Tag Archives: Conditional Love

Why does the miracle of Easter show that God’s love is always conditional?

Happy Easter!

Christ died for the sins of those who repent, so that they can go to heaven and enjoy eternal life.

Those who reject Jesus Christ will go to eternal damnation in Hell, forever, to be tortured in the eternal torture chamber that God has created for all those who reject Him.

God’s love is absolutely conditional on your accepting it.  If you reject God’s love shown in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, then you will go to eternal damnation in Hell.

That is what conditional love of God feels like!

Does Jesus Christ stand against Democracy?

Jesus Christ stood against the democracies of His time.

Jesus Christ’s aspostles, who were taught by Jesus Christ, stood against the democracies of their time.

They were fundamentally opposed to religious tolerance and religious liberty that democracy pushed against the exclusive claims of Christianity that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation.

Early Christians were arrested because they refused to support religious tolerance and religious liberty of democracies of their time.

The Holy Bible is clearly against religious liberty and religious tolerance that is often a part of a democracy.

The Ten Commandments stand against religious liberty and religious tolerance.

First two commandments of the Ten Commandments condemn religious liberty and religious tolerance that is so important in democracies.

Christians should be willing to be arrested for opposing religious liberty and religiuous tolerance that democracies push against the Will of God as represented in the Holy Bible.

Is Democracy as a political phonemona against the Word of God?

The Old Testament never endorsed Democracy even though Greek democracy existed as a political value and was practiced during its time.

The New Testament never endorsed Democracy even though Jesus Christ and St. Paul lived while Democracy was practiced by the Roman Empire.  In fact, every one of the the apostles of Jesus Christ (except the traitor Judas Iscariot) was arrested by the Democracy because the apostles of Christ stood against religious pluralism that is so important to Democracy.

The Holy Bible emphasizes that Christianity is the only way to salvation.  The Holy Bible attacks other religions.  The apostles of Jesus Christ attacked other religions, such as Judaism and Pagan religions of the Roman Empire.  Democracy used its resources to arrest the apostles of Jesus Christ who stood against religious tolerance that is so important in a Democracy.

Are deaths from flu a part of the punishment by God?

God can use the flu to kill those whom God wants to kill.

The Holy Bible shows that illness/plague can be sent by God to punish those whom God wants to punish.

God can punish the child for the sins of the father or mother.

When King David committed adultery with Bethsheba, God killed their love child as punishment.  This is clear in the Holy Bible.

It is important for father and mother to refrain from sinning, because God can punish your child for your sins, such as adultery!

God becomes angry when sin proliferates, and when God becomes angry, God kills, as the Holy Bible shows.

It is an essential nature of God to kill humans in divine punishment after God becomes angry and human sins.  Just read the Bible. See for yourself!

There are no accidents, because God is sovereign over His creation.  Nothing happens without God’s awareness and permission!

If your child dies from flu in 2018, then you need to seriously reflect upon your life and assess what sin that you have committed has caused your child’s death.

Repent!   For, the Kingdom of Christ is at hand!

Should English people vote in very anti-Muslim political candidates in the upcoming UK elections?

The United Kingdom will be holding their elections this week.

UK general elections will be held on June 8, 2017, and Islamic attacks in England are on the rise.

It is important for English people to vote in anti-Muslim candidates who will protect England from Islamic terrorism.

If the English people do not vote in anti-Muslim political candidates into Parliament, then English people will be attacked continually from Islamic terrorists, who are born in the UK and are educated in the UK and are UK citizens.

If UK’s young people do not vote in anti-Muslim political candidates to fight Muslim terrorism, then they can’t complain if there are many more terrorist attacks in England during the summer and beyond.

UK young people need to vote and let the UK Parliament know that they want their country to be protected from Muslim terrorism.

Even Muslim countries recognize that some Muslim countries sponsor Muslim terrorism in England, in places like London Bridge and Manchester and elsewhere.

Obviously, the four Muslim countries that accuse Qatar of sponsoring terrorism know through their internal Muslim channels that Qatar is using their government, intelligence, and military channels to sponsor terrorism in other countries, such as European countries and other pro-West Muslim countries.

President Donald Trump’s Travel Ban is necessary to protect nations from Islamic terrorism.

UK citizens should call for a Muslim Travel Ban, like the one that President Trump issued.  United Kingdom is not adequately protecting the British people, because they are pro-Islam.  UK citizens must show that they are against Islamic terrorism proliferating, by voting in aggressively anti-Muslim politicians in June 8, 2017, general elections.

Islam poses very real threat to the United Kingdom and the United  States of America, and elections are the way to ensure that aggressively anti-Muslim politicians protect the nation against future Islamic terrorist attacks.

Establishment politicians in Establishment parties are too soft on Islamic terrorism.  UK citizens must vote in outsiders who are aggressively anti-Muslim, who will pass laws to protect the English people from Muslim terrorism.

Did Jesus Christ ever threaten people’s lives?

Many Christians today are influenced by humanistic, secular value system of unconditional love and acceptance, regardless of what people do or reject. Thus, they project onto Jesus Christ of the Bible and history their secular, humanistic ideals of unconditional love.  Jesus Christ never loved unconditionally. Jesus Christ gave salvation only to those who accepted Him as their personal Savior and Christ rejected and condemned those who did not accept Him as their personal LORD and Savior. Despite what the Bible shows, many Christians today are blinded by the secular, humanistic worldview that they unwittingly are a part of and unconsciously endorse. But it is important to read the Bible and see what the Bible actually teaches. Humans can err and go away from the Bible. It happened to Adam and Eve, and it could happen to you.  The answer to the question – “Did Jesus Christ ever threaten people’s lives?” – shows whether you are influenced by secular, humanistic worldview or if you are submitting to the Bible and Bible’s authority. Some like to say that God in the Old Testament threatened and punished, but Jesus Christ in the New Testament just loved unconditionally. That just is not true. Christ Jesus never loved (or loves) unconditionally. This is nowhere more clear than when Jesus Christ threatened people with death, if they do not repent.  Jesus Christ says in Luke 13:4-5:  “Or those 18 that the tower in Siloam fell on and killed–do you think they were more sinful than all the people who live in Jerusalem? No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all perish as well!” The New Testament is clear on showing Jesus Christ as threatening people with death if they do not repent. In the Age of Grace, God does and will kill people physically as divine punishment for not repenting. Thus, cancer and terminal illnesses that people get and die from pre-maturely can be seen as punishment from God for sinning/not repenting. There are exceptions (Job), but the exceptions prove the rule. Bible is the Truth, and God (Jesus Christ) is the same, yesterday, today, and tomorrow.