Yes, parents are responsible for not pushing to Christianize their public school district if there is violence in their local public schools that leads to the death of their children.
It is the responsibility of Christian parents to make sure that their children are receiving an education that acknowledges that Bible’s morality (such as The Ten Commandments) are respected in their public schools where their children attend.
Negligence on the part of parents to push to have Bible in the public school curriculum is directly responsible for rising violence in their local public schools.
Right now, there can be violence via bombs, knife, guns, poison, etc. perpetrated by public students against other public students, if Christ is not brought back into the public schools of the United States of America.
Parents must understand that they are to blame for not pushing to Christianize their local public schools.
Yes, absolutely! The New Testament absolutely forbids remarriage for divorced women.
Women who are remarried after divorce must not serve in leadership positions in the Christian church, which is the Body of Christ.
Church is God’s House, and all people must live by God’s rules!
If your church has leaders who are women who remarried after divorce, you must leave your church immediately, because your church is in open rebellion against the New Testament, which is the guide for the Christian church in the Age of Grace!
Jesus Christ expects divorced women to live in absolute celibacy and abstain from sex and remarriage and romantic dating until their death. This is their obligation as Christians.
Yes, divorced people are under God’s judgment, because Jesus Christ made it clear in the New Testament in the Age of Grace that divorce is not allowed!
Celebrating Christmas is accepting that Jesus Christ is LORD and Messiah. Accepting Jesus Christ as LORD means accepting His teaching as valid and good for society and for yourself!
You do not think that you can get a divorce against the stated will of Jesus Christ and live under blessing of God, do you? God is not a fool! You violated Jesus Christ’s command not to divorce! Of course, you are under God’s judgment!
You need to beg for God’s mercy, every day, since your divorce is the evidence of your guilt of violating the will of Jesus Christ, who is God!
All divorced people in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and other countries must live in the fear of God. The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom! You are incorrect to have divorced. This is clear from the teachings of the New Testament. Divorce is explicitly prohibited in the New Testament in the Age of Grace!
Merry Christmas! Glory to the King of kings, Jesus Christ, whose very words are the Words of God!
It is wrong for Christian men to marry a divorced woman. Since you know that Christ does not want you as His disciple to marry a divorced woman, you should not date a divorced woman.
Even if you fall in love with a divorced woman, you must not marry her, if you are a true disciple of Christ. You must deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow Jesus Christ on the issue of divorce.
You must be loyal to Jesus Christ and His teaching, if you are a true disciple of Christ. Your marrying a divorced woman is betraying Jesus Christ and Jesus Christ’s explicit teaching against divorce and marrying a divorced woman.
Dating a divorced woman is wrong for Christian men. You should not do it, because you need to honor God with your life. Marrying a divorced woman is absolutely forbidden in the New Testament in the Age of Grace!
If you marry a divorced woman, then you are standing against Jesus Christ Himself with your life! And that is a wrong place to be!
Celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ is remembering that Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Savior, and the King of kings, whom we must serve with our lives. Marrying a divorced woman is going against the King of kings Jesus Christ and betraying Jesus Christ!
Yes, Christians who support Israel are insensitive to God the Father who wants justice against the Jews for killing His Only Begotten Son Jesus Christ (The Gospels in the New Testament emphasize this point!). God’s demand for justice against Jews (“Let His blood be on us and our children!”) is perpetual in nature and will not stop until the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Supporting Israel is anathema to God because the New Testament emphasizes that it was the Jews that killed Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ directly condemns Jerusalem (the capital of the country of Israel) for killing God’s prophets. Those who support Israel do not care about the Word of God and its condemnation of Jerusalem and Israel in the New Testament.
God will punish Christians and their children and loved ones for supporting the Jewish nation of Israel which killed God’s Only Begotten Son.
Yes, God does not condemn racism. Racism is not sin. Therefore, churches that fight racism stand against the God of the Holy Bible.
God is a racist and that is why God chose one race as the Chosen People. God is a racist. Racism is not sin in the Holy Bible. Churches that fight racism are churches that submit to Satan and not to the Holy Bible. Fighting racism is NOT the mission of the church of Jesus Christ! Jesus Christ never ever condemned racism even once during His Earthly Ministry because racism is NOT sin.
It is important for you to leave the local church that fights racism, because that church is submitting to Satan and not to God. If racism were sin, then Jesus Christ would have condemned it!
It is the obligation of all churches to submit to the Holy Bible.
All of the 12 disciples of Jesus Christ were Jewish because Jesus Christ considered Jewish race as superior to other races, because God chose Israel as the Chosen Race.
Choosing one race as special is by definition racism. Jesus Christ is a racist. The Holy Bible never condemns racism, because God does not consider racism (one race being more special than others) as wrong. Can you find a single verse in the New Testament that condemns racism? You can’t because God does not consider racism (the concept of superiority of a race) as wrong.
God does not support democracy or the concept of equality of everyone. That is why the Old Testament never supported democracy, even though Greek democracy existed at the time of the Old Testament. God supported hierarchical social and political structure in the Old Testament in which people are not considered equals.
In the New Testament era, God did not support democracy which existed in the Roman Empire throughout the writing of the New Testament and the Early Church.
Jesus Christ pro-actively taught against democracy in spirit by preaching about the Kingdom of God, which is innately hierarchical (having different levels of status) in nature in the New Testament. Jesus Christ never embraced democracy or the concept of the equality of all human beings. Because preachers are human beings, they often are influenced more by “democracy” than by the Word of God (the Holy Bible) and go in the wrong direction (vis-a-vis the Holy Bible).
Holy Bible never condemns racism, but human beings often go against the Bible and try to make God something He is not. Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is wrong, if it says that racism is sin, because God does not consider racism as wrong.
Not only is it wrong to say that racism is “sin”, it is against the Word of God. Sin is what God says sin is, and not what democracy says it is. Because even so-called evangelical preachers are loving the world and trying to be like the world, the United States of America is going in the wrong direction. Such so-called evangelical preachers must repent before God, because when they stand before God in the Judgement Day, they will be punished for going against the Bible and preaching that “racism is sin”.
There is a reason why America is in such a moral mess; it is because Christian preachers go against the Holy Bible and its teaching. Preaching against racism is wrong, and that is not want God wants from His servants. Jesus Christ never preached against racism, even tough the whole society was “racist” by today’s definition, explicitly.
Jesus Christ considered the Samaritan race (“multiracial”) and other races as inferior in the New Testament. In fact, in the Christian ministry of Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ set an example for His disciples by denigrating a Syrophoenician woman as a “dog” and proclaiming that the Jewish race is superior because Jews are chosen.
Jesus Christ again upholds the racial superiority of Jews by telling a Samaritan woman (mixed racial marriage) that salvation is from the Jews and never correcting her perception of social inequality between Jews and Samaritans.
Jesus Christ never tells a Samaritan that they are equal to Jews, because Jesus Christ does not support the concept of racial equality. Jesus Christ affirmed the “racist” (considering one race as superior to others) structure to the Samaritan woman by testifying that “salvation is of the Jews” (that is, Jews are the Chosen Race, superior to all other races).
Jesus Christ was interested in supporting and sustaining the racist structure in His society and fought against any notion of equality of races, because God never considers all races as equal. Otherwise, God would never have chosen one race as the Chosen Race.