Don’t quote Scripture like Satan

Just like Satan quoted Scripture, Christians today use their Bibles as an excuse to keep sinning. They never listen to what God the Father spoke or what Christ taught. They wilfully forget that a disciple is not above his Teacher, nor a servant above his Master, and willingly throw away God’s words using man’s words.

Cost of the Kingdom of Heaven

Many churches today lie that eternal life is a free gift. However, Jesus taught eternal life is very costly. It can cost our entire wealth (Matt 13:44-46), all our relationships (Matt 10:37), our body parts (Mark 9:43-48) and even our own life (Mark 8:35).

Hypocrisy of Red Letter Homosexuals

Giving absolute authority to Christ’s Words and rejecting the lies of Paul are so important. At first, it was surprising to hear that a group of Christians had taken Christ’s words seriously known as Red Letter Christians, but only to discover they are hypocrites, while pretending to use red letters of the Bible their true agenda is homosexuality.

Learn from Jesus to Cherry Pick verses

Jesus taught us how to cherry pick Scripture verses. During His temptation, He cherry picked Father’s teachings in the law when Satan used David’s song. Jesus also taught how to cherry pick weightier matters of the law. Since Christ is the only Teacher and His words supersede the law and Scripture, and a disciple is not over his Teacher, we are to cherry pick His words over His disciples’ teachings.

Akedah never happened

Abraham does not know the name YHWH. Human sacrifice never came into God’s mind. Abraham who successfully questioned God’s decision for the sake of righteous men in Sodom yet, not for his own son. The text itself suggests Abraham did sacrifice Isaac as a burnt offering. God tests not with abominations. Did Akedah really happen or corruption by a corrupt scribes?

Lawlessness is sin but sin is not lawlessness

Sin is a broader term generally means to miss, fail or simply refers to mistake. However, iniquity is a much harsher term referring to twistedness. In other words, iniquity is something you purposefully twist to miss or fail. Hence, John is saying that everything you miss of fail to obey God, you are doing it purposefully, because sin is iniquity.