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Counterfeit Grace Case in Point

Just the other day I saw this posting on a Youtube video:

Screenshot Youtube Antinomian case in point

This is the kind of thing that I live for. What I mean is that I live to destroy this kind of heresy. Some people even believe and teach that you don’t need to repent to be forgiven. That is the furthest from the truth.

The first message Jesus preached was, “Repent!”

The first message that the apostles preaches was “Repent!”

The first message given by Peter on the day of Pentecost included a call to repentance!

The aforementioned post on Youtube would never have been if Christians would get it straight: God puts a great value on personal holiness. God wants you to live right. The law in holy, good, and just. To not obey the law is to violate that which is holy, good, and just. Is that what God really wants you to do?

As Christians, most would agree, or at least I hope most would agree, that God wants us to live holy, good, and just. Those preachers who preach against the law is preaching against this very concept. They are committing spiritual suicide. These antinomian rebels are preaching and practicing sin against the God they claim to serve.

Let’s prevent any more reproach upon THAT NAME. Let’s obey the Torah to the best of our ability. If we do that, the world would change for the better. Not only would we be healthier, and holier; we would make Him happier. That is the truth.

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