Sunday, March 28, 2021

Unexcused Unholies

Kindred,


Think that the Lord will excuse ignorance?  


Sin is sin.  


Whether someone realizes or recognizes that he or she is practicing sinful behaviors does not matter; sins are causing them to be negative and unholy.  


Even if you did not have parents that taught you better or true ministers preaching real teachings in the Law, any sinful misconduct will fall upon the perpetrator of said misconduct.  


Unwise is unwise.  


If someone does not have intelligence or wisdom and does something foolish then it's foolish.  


No excuse in the world will change this fact.  


No matter what we think, in the end it is what the Lord will do in Judgement that matters.  


People will be sorted according to their character and deeds or misdeeds.  


Hypocrites can say or think what they like, but if unholy, Jesus will say, "I never knew you.  Get away from me you unholy wicked people!"*

                          

And it would not be about forgiveness then or what you know about scripture quoted, it will be about damnation in sins committed and before the actual Judgement, it will be about condemnation to hell, warnings about sins committed.


"(You hypocrites)  You snakes and children of snakes!  How do you expect to escape from being condemned to hell?"

  

                                    - Matthew 23:33


The way to not being condemned to hell is to clean oneself up through the process of redemption in the confession of sins, repentance and atonement.  


Therefore, take the time to assess your character.  


Assess if your heart is pure, where you will be able to see the Lord and Heaven's Gate**.  


Assess if your mind is clean, where you will see beyond the gutter.  


Assess if your soul is holy without hate and sins, where you will be truly saved.  


If not, work to redeem yourself.  


Try to be a better person by following the Teachings of the Lord.  




* Matthew 7:23, Luke 13:27

** Matthew 5:8 



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