Many like to focus on social changes in the community, while denigrating the gospel of Christ, the salvation of the lost and spiritual maturity, while others continue to teach an equally concerning works-based religion, rather that a grace-based faith, which too often promotes the unbiblical teaching called, ‘replacement theology – which incorrectly teaches that the Church has replaced Israel.
Paul warned that the time would come when they will not endure sound doctrine, and would want to have their ears tickled, with a watered-down and compromised gospel, and accumulate for themselves teachers – having itching ears. How reflective of Christendom today, is this warning from Paul.
Let us beware of the many false teachers, doctrines of demons, extra-biblical revelation, fascination with angels and the plethora of ungodly teachings that are infiltrating Christianity today – lest we be drawn away into unscriptural teachings and an unbiblical worldview. Let us study to show ourselves approved unto God and take to heart the whole, council of God – so that we are not led astray, in these increasingly evil and godless times.
Yeah, you’re right. This is false doctrine. Beware. It’s really evil.
If anyone stops his ears to the cry of the destitute, even his prayers are detestable.
If you say, “I wish you warm and well fed,” but don’t do anything, what good is it?
Then they will reply, “Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison and didn’t do anything to help you?” Then he will answer, “I assure you that when you haven’t done it for one of the least of these, you haven’t done it for me.”
If you see someone in need, and do nothing, how can the love of God be in you?
1 John 3:17
A Levite came by…and crossed to the other side of the road.
Religion that God accepts as pure is to help the destitute in their distress.
Amen thank you Jesus I love you