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Is appointing Jews to the position of federal judge wrong?

What do you think?

The Holy Bible is clear in emphasizing that Jews killed Jesus Christ.

The Holy Bible is clear in condemning the Synagogues of Satan in the Book of Revelations.

Supporting Jews (those who have not yet converted to Christianity) is betraying the Word of God.  Especially, the Gospels, which emphasize that Jews killed Christ.

A true Christian should be nominating and appointing true Christians as federal judges.

Logically, if you appoint a Jew, who hates Jesus Christ, then you will have this federal judge abusing his or her power to de-Christianizing the United States of America and wiping out any trace of Jesus Christ from government environments.

This is precisely what is happening because Jews are appointed as federal judges by Christians who do not care about the glory of Jesus Christ.

Should we leave the church if it supports the Jews and the Jewish nation of Israel?

Since the Book of Galatians is clear, it might be a good idea for you to leave that church.

Your church may be a Judaizer church.

And St. Paul is clear in condemning Judaizers in the Book of Galatians.

Supporting Jews or the Jewish nation of Israel is betraying Jesus Christ, because the Gospels emphasizes that Jews killed Christ.  This is Gospel Truth, and you cannot deny this Gospel Truth.

You must preach it from your pulpit in obedience to the Word of God.

Will evangelicals who support the Jews and Israel go to Hell?

God only knows that answer, since God ultimately decides who goes to Heaven and who goes to Hell.

God is the Judge.

But read through the Book of Galatians.

It is true that St. Paul called so-called Christians supporting Jews and Israel as preaching another Gospel.

In fact, St. Paul curses at them and says that they should go to Hell.

Just read through the Book of Galatians, for yourself.

Why is this important?

St. Paul’s curses can apply to you, if you support the Jews and the Jewish nation of Israel.

Do you think that more and more police officers are shot and killed because of pro-gay marriage laws of the United States?

Jesus Christ is the LORD of peace.

If Jesus does not grant peace, individuals will not have peace.  Communities will not have peace.  States will not have peace.  Nations will not have peace.

Jesus Christ hates homosexuals (the people committing homosexuality) as well as homosexuality itself.  This is clear in Sodom and Gomorrah.  Jesus Christ killed all homosexuals and all who were tolerant of homosexuals in their community.

If Jesus Christ loved homosexuals, He would have sent missionaries, but He did not.  Jesus Christ who is God just killed all the homosexuals in Sodom and Gomorrah because God hates homosexuals (the people who commit homosexual acts).

It is important for Christians to hate that which Christ hates.

Homosexuals must be arrested by federal and state laws that illegalize homosexuality, and homosexuals must be executed by capital punishment.  This is the principle of the Bible, and this is the requirement of the justice system of God.

When nations digress from this Law of God, then that nation will be punished by God.

One punishment will be in the form of disintegration of peace in the state and in the nation.

More and more police officers being shot and killed must be seen as a part of the punishment of God for the national crime of tolerating and protecting homosexuals, who should be arrested and dealt with justice through capital punishment.

http://www.kshb.com/news/deadly-week-for-us-law-enforcement

The violence against police officers will continue to increase, if homosexuality is not illegalized and homosexuals are not arrested in the United States.

This is the will of God.

Do you think God took United States Supreme Court Justice Scalia’s life early because he did not block the Gay Marriage Law vote?

Yes.

God is the author of life.

God holds the United States Supreme Court Justices accountable for, in effect, legalizing Gay Marriage and forcing it down all 50 states of USA.  Every Christian in America can be arrested now by a police officer in his or her state, because of this US Supreme Court decision, if they choose to follow the Word of God.

Thus, the premature death of US Supreme Court Justice Scalia should be seen as a judgement from God because he did not stop that vote from going against the Bible.

God is the sustainer of life.  No life can die without God’s permission (Book of Job).

God is in full control of His Creation.

God always punishes for infractions by leaders.  Allowing Gay Marriage decision to pass in favor of homosexuals made Antonin Scalia a target of God’s justice.

You know God exists because God has taken Scalia’s life early.

Do you think God allowed President Lincoln to be assassinated because he called slavery a sin when the Bible does not?

The New Testament is clear:  Slavery is NOT sin.

Colossians 3:22-23 clearly states:

“Slaves, in all things obey those who are your masters on earth, not with external service, as those who merely please men, but with sincerity of heart, fearing the Lord. Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men,…”

This is the Word of God for the people of God.

Amen.

The New Testament clearly does not call for abolition of slavery or considers slavery as immoral.

Slavery is certainly not sin.

Thus, no human has the right to call slavery a sin.  God writes the Bible, not humans.

Since President Lincoln went against the Holy Bible and called slavery a sin, God the Author of the Holy Bible punished President Lincoln by cutting his life short on earth.  God allowed the assassination of President Lincoln to succeed.

This is the will of God.

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Is it morally acceptable to kill in order to uphold the morality of the Bible?

The 10 Commandments prohibit murder, which is defined as unlawful killing.  Obviously, for Christians the law being referred to is the Law of God.

There are some killings that are lawful in the Bible.

What are they?

(1) Killing when God orders (Book of Joshua)

(2) Soldiers killing in a war (Book of Judges)

(3) Killing to protect self and/or family

(4) Killing to protect True Religion

(5) Killing to protect Bible morality

In other words, the above killings are not murder.  Thus, you do not have to ask God for forgiveness, since they are NOT sin.

In fact, the Holy Bible talks about righteous killing or killing in righteousness (Phineas).  In other words, certain killing (such as killing to protect Bible morality) is described in the Bible as a testimony of faith or even as making a person holy before God.

 

 

Would Protestant Reformation have succeeded without violent wars fought by Protestant Christians?

No.

Protestant Reformation would have failed without violent wars that killed a lot of people to ensure its success.

In the Holy Bible, God orders killing of believers to ensure that Bible-centered belief system survives and thrives.

This is clear in the Book of Joshua, the Book of Judges, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, Book of Revelations, and many other passages in the Bible.

Sometimes God orders killing in order to advance the Kingdom of God.  

God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

That is why the Protestant Reformers called for war and killing – in the spirit of the Holy Bible.

Sometimes, killing in a war is necessary to ensure that Bible is valued and Bible moral system dominates.

In other words, Protestant Reformers showed us in history that a part of Christian duty may be engaging in wars to ensure true Christian faith.

If Protestant Reformers did not lead the killing in a war, then Protestant Reformation would have failed.

This is important to remember for 2016 Christians in the United States of America.