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Should Christians be willing to die for the cross and the Holy Bible?

Yes, Christians must be willing to firght for and die for the cross of Jesus Christ and the Holy Bible, which is God’s Word.

Christians who are not willing to fight for Jesus Christ and the Holy Bible and die for it are not true disciples of Jesus Christ.

Is there a place of actual physical suffering where people of non-Christian religions go after death?

Yes, Hell is a physical place.  And people of all non-Christian religions are sent to Hell after death, forever.

Matthew 13:42 clearly states as a fact that there will be crying out from sorrow and gnashing of teeth due to pain in Hell, where there will be eternal hellfire.  Because all humans, dead and alive, are given resurrected bodies at The Judgment Day, they can burn forever without burning up.  The resurrected bodies allow physical pain but are eternal in nature and are incorruptible.

Every Jew who does not accept Jesus Christ as their personal LORD and Savior God will go to eternal damnation in Hell and suffer wailing and gnashing of teeth forever.

It does not matter if the Jew gave billions to charity and helped poor people with all his time and energy.  Only believing in Jesus Christ as LORD and Savior can save a Jew.  Doing good works will not save a Jew.  Jews who do a lot of philanthropy work who do not believe in Jesus will go to eternal damnation in Hell.

All Muslims go to eternal damnation in Hell.  It does not matter how nice or kind a Muslim is.  It does not matter how much peaceful or self-giving a Muslim is.  All Muslims go to eternal damnation in Hell, because the only way to salvation is through Jesus Christ.

People of all non-Christian religions in the United States of America will go to a place of physical suffering for ever.  It is a fact.  It does not matter whether they are offended by this or not.  A fact is a fact.  This is what will happen, if Jews and Muslims and people of other religions do not convert to Christianity.  This is simply a fact, like earth is round.

Does the Great Commission require sharing love or securing a nation for Christ according to the principles of the Bible?

The Great Commission is found in Matthew 28:16-20:

16 Then the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go. 17 When they saw him, they worshiped him; but some doubted. 18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

As you can see from the Holy Bible, the Great Commission is not about loving people or showing love by feeding the poor or visiting the sick.  That’s not the central point of the Great Commission.  Those things you can do, of course, but they are not the Great Commission, itself.

Matthew 28:16-20 emphasizes that the disciples of Jesus Christ worshiped Jesus Christ as God.  It is about recognizing the divinity of Christ and leading nations to worship Jesus Christ as God.

It is in this context that all Christians must understand the Great Commission.  God placed the Great Commission in this context for a reason!

The Great Commission is about making disciples of all nations.  This means that it is important to work to make all nations recognize Jesus Christ as God, so that they might worship Jesus Christ as God.

Thus, respecting other religions is against the principles of the Great Commission.  It is because you do NOT respect other religions and their false gods that you convince them to drop their religion and accept Jesus Christ as God.  This is evangelism.  Thus, the first step in any Christian evangelism is fundamentally to NOT respect other religions.

Therefore, it is important to fight against “Interfaith Dialogue”.  God does not want Christians to recognize the dignity of other religions, because they are false religions which must be rejected.

This jives with the 10 Commandments.  First two, the most important ones, emphasize rejection of other religions.  Thus, respecting other religions is a clear violation of the most important clauses in the 10 Commandments.

It is important for Christian churches and Christian parents to teach their children to reject other religions and NOT respect other religions.  This is important teaching of the Holy Bible.  This has clear unified theme in both the New Testament and the Old Testament.

Any church or Christian leader who teaches anyone to respect other religions is, therefore, going against the unified, central theme of the Holy Bible.

This may explain what has gone wrong with Houston, Texas.  So-called evangelical preachers in Houston, Texas, have gone against the Holy Bible by emphasizing “love” rather than evangelism and the literal teaching of the Great Commission.

As your church celebrates the birth of the LORD Jesus Christ, it is important to rededicate your church and yourself to the true meaning of the Great Commission.

Power of the Gospel is transformative.  Thus, when Houston, Texas, is not made a disciple of Christ as a city that submits to the principles of the Holy Bible, then it is because the so-called evangelical leaders are NOT filled with the Holy Spirit and are NOT “teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you” as the Great Commission in the Holy Bible demands.

It is absolutely necessary for Bible-centered Christian churches in the United States to preach actively disrespecting and rejecting other religions.  Youth Group, College Group, Adult Sunday School must emphasize this and explain why and how to reject other religions effectively so that true Body of Christ can fulfill the Great Commission.

Is Mormonism a serious threat to America?

Yes, Mormonism is a serious threat to America because it is a religious cult that is growing.

Bible-believing Christians believe that Mormonism is a cult and a threat to Bible Christianity.

Majority of Americans believe that Mormonism is a cult and not Christianity.

There is a reason why Romney lost the presidential elections.  Many Republicans did not want to vote for Romney BECAUSE he is a Mormon.  Bible-believing Christians in the USA see Mormonism as a spiritual threat in America.

Mormonism is pantheistic nature.  There is highly secretive nature to the Mormon Temple in Utah that should be scrutinized and investigated by Christians.  Threat must be understood and neutralized. Majority of Americans who are Christians see Mormonism as a threat to Christians in America.

Most of Michigan’s Protestant Christians have a problem with Mormonism.

It is because there is a problem with how Mormons view Jesus Christ and the Bible, that Bible-believing Christians oppose Mormonism.

Mormonism is an insidious threat to America’s Christianity.

Should American flag burners be punished by law?

A lot of self-hate against the flag exists right now in the USA.  A part of the reason is that American politicians have become so inclusive that the American flag has lost all of its meaning for some people.

For instance, if you love everybody, then you love nobody.  What makes love special is that you are loved more than others.  If your parents loved everyone equally, then you are no longer special.

If your husband loved all women equally, then his love for you means nothing.

What makes love special is that it is exclusive.

In the same way, when politicians want to become all-inclusive, such as embracing Muslims and Fidel Castro and everyone else, then America’s majority who are Christians do not feel special in any way.

Where “everyone has a place” is a place where no one has a place.

The reason why Donald Trump won is that he made American citizens special by being exclusive.

America can only be great, if America is greater than other countries.

Exclusion is an act of love for those whom you love.

God does not love everyone, that is why God only saves a few people in the world to go to eternal life in Heaven.  Most people in the world will go to Hell and suffer for eternity.  God does not choose everyone; God only chooses few to be born again Christians who will enjoy His love forever.  People in Hell will experience the hatred of God, forever.

If you are born again in Jesus Christ, you are special because God loves you. You are special because God does NOT love everyone in the world.  God loves you and has chosen you.  That is why you are special, when you are born again.

Can you go to hell after going to church, every Sunday, for 80 years of your life?

Yes.

Unless you are born again, you will go to eternal damnation in Hell, when you die.

To be born again, you must accept Jesus Christ as your Savior God and LORD and proclaim it publicly as a testimony to your friends and neighbors.

Going to church is good, but it is merely outward action.  Judas Iscariot went everywhere with Jesus Christ during all of Jesus Christ’s ministry, but Judas Iscariot went to eternal damnation in Hell because he betrayed Jesus Christ.

Jesus Christ knew Judas Iscariot’s heart, and that is why at the Last Supper, Jesus Christ pointed out that the Betrayer was in the midst of the inner circle.

Outwards actions do not mean anything if not accompanied by genuine submission to God in one’s heart.

A person who refuses to submit to the Bible probably is not truly born again.  A person who want to protect homosexuals from criminal justice system and from being imprisoned/executed by national law is opposing the Law of God, which clearly emphasizes this need for the criminal legal process against homosexuals.

That person, regardless of how many years he or she has gone to church, will most likely go to eternal damnation in Hell.

True born again heart submits to the Word of God.

Although only God knows the heart and only God is the judge, there are indicators on earth which shows what a person’s heart is.  A truly born again heart submits to the Law of God, which is the Word of God, the Holy Bible.

Would God condemn coup-de-tat that brings about regime change in order to overturn gay marriage laws of a nation?

Soldiers of nations are duty-bound, first and foremost, to God and the Holy Bible.

This means that the Law of God trumps any Oath of Allegiance, national constitution, loyalties, military code, direct order from the commanding officer, secret ops, national security directive, or any laws, military or civilian.

Both the New Testament and the Old Testament fanatically condemns homosexuality.

In the New Testament, St. Paul, who lived in a nation that was aggressively tolerant of homosexuality, was emphatically against homosexuality and preached against homosexuality.  Many of the Christian disciples were killed by the Roman democracy by official, due process of law, because they were charged with hate crimes for opposing homosexuality and other religions.

Unfortunately, the United States Supreme Court crossed the red line, when it made the decision to force/coerce all American citizens to submit to pro-homosexuality laws.

Thus, the United States government should expect that there are efforts for regime change among military personnel, the secret service, CIA agents, FBI agents, Homeland Security Agents, and ordinary US citizens.

The majority of Americans are Christians, and we have a current situation in which a very small minority is forcing their will and morality on the majority of Americans who submit to Christ and the Holy Bible.

Thus, it should be expected that there will be coup-de-tat attempts in the coming years.

Right now, everyone is waiting for the 2016 election.  Many people are willing to give that a chance in the hopes that gay marriage laws will be overturned by peaceful means.

But after 2016, if gay marriage laws are not overturned, the United States government should expect coup-de-tat attempts to bring about regime change.

The majority of Americans do not want a pro-gay America.  So, this is just expected.  Simple logic.