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For those pertaining to the Way (John 14:6), in obedience (Heb 5:9) have repented (Luke 13:3) and been added (Acts 2:41, 47) to the Lord’ church (Rom 16:16), clothed with Christ (Gal 3:27) the very moment you were spiritually circumcised (Col 2:11-12) in the watery grave (Rom 6:3-4). Now sons of a common faith (Titus 1:4), a Holy nation (1 Pet 2:9) made for all good works (Eph 2:10).
Brethren, we must remove ourselves from the world and its ways (2 Cor 6:14), we are to remain faithful/trusting till the end (Rev 2:10) as we walk in the light (John 12:35), lest we fall and stumble (1 Cor 10:12). Let the reader know, there is no such a thing as the doctrine of “faith alone” and “once saved always saved” within the Holy penmanship of the scriptures (James 2, Heb 11), neither is there any Roman popery with an authoritative Vatican (1 Tim 4:1). Nor is there eternal peace in Buddha, Mohammad and/or Krishna (Acts 4:12). The fruits of “religious” error bring forth the very things of the world quoted in the study chart bellow (1 John 2:16). Error gives a false sense of security to all who are ensnared by its deceit and opens the door to all sorts of sinful behavior and actions. Freedom from this eternal punishment is found only in the Master’s blood built house/kingdom/family/body/church (Matt 18:16).
Again, “Religious” error and all those who willfully submit to its false teachings are spiritually blind, condemned to hell if no repentance takes place (Acts 17:30). They see us (true New Testament Christians) defending our Master as we expose their erroneous ideologies (Eph 5:11). But yet within their veil are blind to our love and compassion towards them as they perceive us to be “boastful/prideful” and not worthy of attention. Brethren, let them alone: *do not be discouraged by their falsehood, they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch (Matt 15:14).
Stay on course and finish the race (Acts 20:24)
Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need. (Heb 4:16)
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