Let us sharpen the Sword, which is the Word of God and attack the deceptions from the devil in Christendom.
In this fifth chapter of Galatians, we will look into how Paul teach a false liberty, revoking his own irrevocable gift doctrine, clever wrapping of disobedience with faith, calling God’s covenant as leaven, rejecting the greatest commandment and the deception of walking in Spirit without we doing anything.
Galatians chapter 4 is about how Paul using the law as a straw man for rejecting what God spoke to Abraham in order to deceive gentile Christians with promises that are not theirs.
To increase our faith, Jesus Christ taught us to obey Him just as the servant in the story obeyed the master even when the servant was tired from hard work. Will Christ find anyone doing what He said when He comes back?
Paul was writing a letter to the church of Romans which he neither planted not visited as he writes in Rom 1:10. Here, we will see how Paul is twisting Scripture to misuse and misquote it.
Many are called and few are not chosen but rather few are tested and proven suitable.
The thirty-first chapter of Ezekiel is about prophecy to Egypt. God is showing to Egypt how the pride of Assyria caused it’s destruction.
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36) which is by keeping God’s commandments (Matt 19:16-19; Rev 22:14). Jesus never taught salvation by grace anywhere. Paul’s teachings and doctrines are deceiving and heretic in nature, contradicting Christ’s teachings. In this third chapter of Galatians, we will look into how Paul is lying.
To the Jews Paul became as a Jew, that he might win Jews; to those who were under the law, Paul followed the law to win them. Did Paul also become a liar and a hypocrite to win them? Here are some of the teachings of Paul which he contradicts himself.
No one is saved yet. Jesus clearly said salvation is when He comes the second time (Matt 25:31-46). Only our names are written in heaven (Luke 10:20) when we are worthy (Luke 20:35). But if we become unworthy, Christ will blot our names from the book of life (Rev 3:4-5).
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36). In this second chapter of the letter to Galatians by Paul, we will see how he is deceiving with the false liberty of false gospel, rejecting what Christ said in the great commission, his arrogance and lies about the law.