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Will God punish Liberty University, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Biola University, if they do not stop and desist from supporting the secular nation of Israel?

Yes, God will punish Liberty University, Dallas Theological Seminary,  Biola University, and any Christian college or seminary that does NOT stop and desist from supporting the secular nation of Israel.

God is angry with Liberty University, Biola University, and Dallas Theological Seminary because they are supporting a secular Jewish nation that does NOT recognize the Kingship and LORDShip of Jesus Christ, and God wants all Christian colleges who support the secular nation of Israel to stop and desist from their anti-Christian action of supporting the direct descendant of the people/nation whom the Gospels in the New Testament accuse of having killed God’s Only Begotten Son.

Just read through the Gospel of John!

God will NOT declare as innocent any Christian college or seminary that continue to support the secular nation of Israel that absolutely refuses to recognize the Divinity of Jesus Christ and submit to Him.

God will punish faculty and students and staff of Liberty University, Dallas Theological Seminary, Biola University and other Christian colleges and seminaries if they do NOT Cease and Desist from officially and publicly supporting the SECULAR  Jewish nation of ISRAEL.

The fear of the LORD is the beginning of Wisdom.  Read the Gospel of John and submit to the Cease and Desist Order of Jesus Christ, who is the LORD and Creaator of all things.

Who is your “neighbor”?

People usually read the Bible story of the “Good Samaritan” and forget some important details regarding Jesus Christ’s teaching on who your neighbor is.

Here is the Bible passage:

Luke 10:25-37 New International Version (NIV)

The Parable of the Good Samaritan

25 On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus. “Teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?”

26 “What is written in the Law?” he replied. “How do you read it?”

27 He answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’[a]; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b]

28 “You have answered correctly,” Jesus replied. “Do this and you will live.”

29 But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”

30 In reply Jesus said: “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he was attacked by robbers. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead. 31 A priest happened to be going down the same road, and when he saw the man, he passed by on the other side. 32 So too, a Levite, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side. 33 But a Samaritan, as he traveled, came where the man was; and when he saw him, he took pity on him. 34 He went to him and bandaged his wounds, pouring on oil and wine. Then he put the man on his own donkey, brought him to an inn and took care of him. 35 The next day he took out two denarii[c] and gave them to the innkeeper. ‘Look after him,’ he said, ‘and when I return, I will reimburse you for any extra expense you may have.’

36 “Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of robbers?”

37 The expert in the law replied, “The one who had mercy on him.”

Jesus told him, “Go and do likewise.”

There are some important points that you must keep in mind as you read this story:

(1) Jesus Christ identified the Jerusalem Temple priest as not being “your neighbor”.  It was Jesus Christ’s way of attacking the priests as corrupt and not representing the true message of God.  In a way, Jesus Christ was attacking what the Jerusalem Temple itself stood for.

(2) Jesus Christ identified the Levites as not being “your neighbor”.  This is significant because the Levites represent the holy tribe among the Israelites.  This was a way for Christ to reject the Israelites as God’s chosen people.

(3) Jesus Christ identifies the Samaritan as “your neighbor”.  Samaritans were not the Chosen People of God.  They were rejected by Israelites.  Thus, Jesus was indicating that Israelites (Jews) are no longer the Chosen People of God, but rather those who do the will of God in Heaven.

Jesus Christ clearly emphasizes this principle that doing the will of God makes you a part of the people of God when Jesus Christ talked about who His mother and brothers were in Matthew 12:49-50:

Pointing to His disciples, He said, “Here are My mother and My brothers. For whoever does the will of My Father in heaven is My brother and sister and mother.

It does not matter how you were born.  What matters to God is that you do the Will of God.  That’s what makes you a child of God.

Likewise, your neighbor is the one who helps you when you are in need.  When a Christian is suffering, sometimes other Christians look the other way and ignore the suffering of a Christian.  They are not being a neighbor to the suffering Christian.

 

 

Wouldn’t defeat of Christians by Muslims be embarrassing to God?

No.

God always prefers the destruction of His people who go away from God at the hands of their enemies to protecting His people when they oppose the Word of God.

That is why the First Temple of Jerusalem was destroyed in the days of Prophet Jeremiah.

God prefers that Chosen nation Israel’s enemies (Babylonians) destroy Israel that has gone away from God, rather than protect them just because they are “the Chosen People”.

That is just the way God acts.

Will those who support the Jewish nation of Israel go to hell?

Yes.

Gospels clearly shows that Jesus Christ opposed the Jewish nation of Israel and accused the capital (Jerusalem) of the Jewish nation of Israel of killing God’s prophets and representatives, generation after generation.

For Jesus Christ, the defining character of Jerusalem is that it kills legitimate representatives of God.

Anyone who opposes this Gospel Truth as uttered by Jesus Christ Himself stands against the Gospels and Jesus Christ Himself.

Those who support the Jewish nation of Israel will go to eternal damnation in Hell (a real, physical place), because they blaspheme the Holy Spirit by supporting that which Jesus Christ opposed.

Jesus Christ is God.

Jesus Christ is Truth.

Is being a racist a sin?

The Bible never states:  “Thy shalt not be a racist”.

In fact, you can consider God a racist, if you see that God chose one race (Israel) to be the Chosen People.  The definition of racism is choosing one race as superior to other races.  God choosing Israel as the Chosen People is, by definition, racist.

You can see that Jesus Christ was a racist in the New Testament.

Jesus Christ says racist things such as calling a Samaritan woman a “dog”, which is clearly racist in nature.  Jesus Christ, in more than one occasion, seems to denigrate Samaritans as an inferior people.

If God fits the modern definition of “racist” and Jesus Christ fits the modern definition of “racist” as considering some races as inferior, then racism cannot be described as sin.

In other words, those who say that racism is a “SIN” are wrong and are not telling the truth, insofar as the Bible is concerned.

God is not opposed to the idea of a Chosen People or a superior race.

What the Bible opposes is hatred.  But one can think that one is superior as a race, without hating other races.

It is important not to put words into God’s mouth.  God never says that racism is sin.  So, you should not, as well!

What do you think is the biggest problem of America?

The greatest problem of America is the support of the Jewish State of Israel and the support of Jews.

Problems in America started escalating as so-called “Christians” started to support the nation that declared Jesus Christ to be a criminal to be executed (this is what the Jewish nation of Israel did) because Jesus Christ claimed to be God.

Jewish nation of Israel killed Jesus Christ.

St. Stephen reiterates this very important point in the book of Acts.  And it is literally the Gospel Truth.  All of the four Gospels emphasize that Jews killed Christ.

Jesus Christ openly and publicly curses Jewish cities and Jerusalem.

Any so-called Christian who supports Israel is going against the Gospel Truth.  So-called “Christian Zionists” are traitors of Christianity and the Gospels of Jesus Christ.

They stand against the Truth of the Gospel and the Word of God when they support the Jewish nation of Israel or the Jews in the United States of America.,

Look at all the tragedies that have escalated in the United States of America as more and more so-called Christians fall into the grave and serious crime against God of supporting the Jewish nation of Israel, Jewish lobbies in Washington DC, and Jews in America.

The latest gun shootings in Oregon that God permitted to happen shows how angry God is with American Christians embracing and supporting the very Jewish nation that killed Jesus Christ, according to the Christian Gospel.  This is the Gospel.  This is the Gospel Truth, as recorded in the Books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

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http://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2015/06/18/president-obama-responds-to-mass-shootings-bwilliams.cnn/video/playlists/community-college-shooting/

Gun control is not the solution; guns are not the problem.  It is the very betrayal of the Gospel Truth and support of the very Jewish nation of Israel that killed God’s Only Begotten Son that is the problem.

America’s descent into forcing Christians to accept gay marriage laws is due to rise to power of Jews in the Republican Party and the Democratic Party who aggressively push for anti-Christians laws and pro-gay marriage laws.

No Jew in America, Republican or Democrat, stands against gay marriage laws.  They actively push it.

The greatest problem of America is supporting the Jewish nation of Israel and the Jews of America.

Everything else is a result of that.

But good preachers support Israel. Are they wrong?

Yes, they are wrong to support Jewish state of Israel, that does not recognize that Jesus Christ is God and Savior.  The New Testament is very clear that Jewish Jerusalem kills the prophets and representatives of the God of the Bible.  The New Testament curses Jewish cities.  Nowhere in the Gospels did Jesus Christ tell his disciples or Christians to support Jewish nation of Israel.  St. Paul condemns Jewish influence on Christianity and condemns those who elevate Jewish influence in Christianity to eternal damnation in the Book of Galatians, following the anti-Judaism and anti-Jewish nation emphasis of Jesus Christ in the Gospels.  Any preacher, evangelical or not, who supports Jewish nation of Israel is wrong in light of the teachings of the Bible.  Martin Luther started the Reformation in 1517 to protest against corruption in the church, where so-called leaders of the church were teaching against the Bible.  Preachers who preach supporting the Jewish nation of Israel are no better than the pope, who taught contrary to the Bible.  They must repent or they will go to eternal damnation in Hell, whether they are evangelical or not.  Everyone, including so-called evangelical leaders (or “pope” of the evangelicals) must submit to the Word of God.  Bible is the Word of God, and Jesus Christ clearly condemns Jerusalem and Jewish cities and curses them to destruction.  Any so-called Christian leader who supports Jewish nation of Israel stands against the Bible and Jesus Christ.  They are wrong, and Jesus Christ is right.  They are not god. And they are not “good” if they stand against the New Testament curse of Jerusalem and Jewish cities.

Are Christians allowed to support the Jewish state of Israel?

No.  Jesus Christ always opposed Jewish cities and Jerusalem in the Gospels.  Jesus Christ never told His disciples to support Israel as a political or religious entity.  In fact, early Christians rejected Israel because Judaism rejected Jesus Christ.  The complete split between Judaism and Christianity came early, because the leaders of Judaism in all denominations (Pharisees, Sadducees, Herodians, Temple priests) all rejected Jesus Christ as the Messiah.  Furthermore, they all worked to have Jesus Christ killed.  That is why Jesus Christ did not support Jewish Jerusalem or Jewish Israel.  Jesus Christ does condemn Jewish cities and Jerusalem and that is clear in the Gospels.  So, Christians are not allowed to support the Jewish state of Israel, if they want to follow Jesus Christ as His disciples and keep to the spirit and the letter of the Christian Gospels.

Did the Pharisees ever try to plot to kill Jesus Christ?

Attempted murder is a serious charge, and your question is, therefore, a serious question.  You are asking if the Pharisees, who were the leaders of the synagogues at the time of Jesus Christ’s ministry on earth, ever plot to kill Jesus Christ.  We are talking about pre-meditated murder in the first degree here.  Did the Pharisees attempt a pre-meditated murder in the first degree with Jesus Christ?  What do you think?  Now, let’s look at the Bible for the answer.  Mark 3:6 states:  “Then the Pharisees went out and began to plot with the Herodians how they might kill Jesus.”  You see, folks.  It’s in clear print!  Since the invention of the printing press, everyday, average folk can read the Bible and e-Verify!  The Holy Bible clearly states that the Pharisees, who are the leaders of the synagogues, plotted to kill Jesus Christ. Who did they plot with?  They plotted with Herodians. Who are the Herodians? They are those who supported the kingship of King Herod and his dynasty.  In other words, Jewish religious leaders plotted with the national ruling party to have Jesus Christ killed.  Now, in light of this, does it not puzzle you to see some so-called Christians trying to support the Jewish nation of Israel?  How could some so-called Christian leaders publicly declare support of Judaism or Jewish nation?  It seems inconsistent with the teachings of the New Testament….

Did Jesus wish good or ill for earth?

Many so-called Christians today like to assume that Jesus Christ wanted good things for earth. So, they say things like, “Jesus is love. He wouldn’t do that!”  This kind of saying is an evidence of influence by secular, humanistic love concept, which assumes that a higher being only loves and does not hate.  This is not a Christian concept, bur rather a secular, humanistic concept grounded in the secular humanism ideals. If you read the Holy Bible for yourself, you will see that God punishes humans who stand against God’s Law by killing them through natural disasters (flood, famine, drought, etc.) as well as through strengthening of enemies (Book of Jeremiah) who bring destruction on the people who stand against God (Israelites in the Book of Jeremiah). God bring more disasters and terrible tragedies on earth than He brings blessings and good things. In fact, out of all the Israelites who were brought out of Egypt by Moses, only Joshua and Caleb entered the Promised Land; everyone else who was born in Egypt died on the way to the Promised Land, after decades of suffering in the wilderness and desert, battling enemies. But some Christians say that this is the god of the Old Testament and not Jesus Christ.  Is this claim justified?  Does Jesus Christ only want good things for people of earth and the earth itself?  We can look to the Gospels for the answer to this question.  In Luke 12:49, Jesus Christ declares:  “I came to bring fire on the earth, and how I wish it were already set ablaze!” Jesus Christ is here talking about divine punishment and destruction. In fact, in 70 AD, Jerusalem was completely destroyed by the Roman army and the Roman army expelled all Jews from Israel.  The country of Israel ceased to exist for 2,000 years. Some people in California may think that the wild fires in California are the work of the Devil. This is not necessarily so. It could be Jesus Christ punishing California. Can you think of what California has done that may warrant divine punishment from Jesus Christ who is God?

California fire
Los Angeles Wild Fire