Three times the Almighty has told me to speak His Word to individuals whom He would kill if they did not believe and obey His message. In two cases His Words were accompanied by visions. Those three people died with within two months of hearing my words., one within two weeks. Not one of the three had a physical reason for his/her death. Each of these religious souls died because THEY LOVED WHAT GOD HATES.
Does God hate? He says He does. In Psalms 5:5,6 we find King David praying to the Lord about those who hated Him (God), and therefore hated David because he obeyed Him: “… You (God) do not take pleasure in wickedness, neither will the wicked dwell with you (now or ever). The foolish will not stand in Your presence; YOU HATE ALL WORKERS OF INIQUITY (LAWLESSNESS).” The word rendered “hate” in English is sane’ in Hebrew, meaning to hate, to be hated, to despise, to loath, to be an enemy, to be an adversary. David said that he hated (sane’) those who hated God with the same hatred with which God hated (sane’) them (Ps. 139:21,22). The same word in Greek –atheteo, meaning to despise, to reject, to hate, to loath–was used by Jesus to describe the attitude toward Himself and His Father of those who refuse to believe and obey Their Words (Lk. 10:16) when spoken by His ministers.
God’s ways (Words, thoughts and acts) are higher than those of mortal man (Isa. 55:8,9). We must rise to His level of morality in order to spend eternity with Him. Made in the physical image of Him (as was Jesus of Nazareth), man has been given the CAPACITY to rise to His moral level, as did Jesus of Nazareth, and live (“walk”) on His moral level. Those who do walk in His spiritual image will live with Him forever (Rev. 3:21). Amos 5:14,15 tells us how to do this: “Seek good, and not evil, so that you might live (eternally) and always have the Lord your God with you ….” “Impossible,” says Satan through those in His church. “Commanded,” says the Head of God’s church. How can this command be obeyed by mere men(? He tells us through Amos: HATE THAT WHICH IS EVIL AND LOVE THAT WHICH IS GOOD (Amos 5:14,15).
Sounds simple enough. But because we live in a world, including the church world, that is ruled by Satan, walking in holiness is not easy. It means that we must strive constantly to “… overcome (Satan) even as I (Jesus) overcame (Him).” Those who do, Jesus said, would join Him in paradise (Rev. 2:21). This requires that we follow His format of hating evil and loving good, and conducting our lives accordingly. This God-commanded path cannot be walked by mortal men in this life, we are told repeatedly. Don’t even try, lest we make ourselves sick. We have no choice but to sin, etc., etc. So the lies continue to flow forth as truth.
Much has been made by those who say that God comes down to man so that man does not have to rise up to God. God did indeed reach down to man by sending the Word to earth as a man. By doing so He was telling mankind that here was a man who would show them how to rise to His (God’s) level of holiness so as to be saved. This was made possible by the death of the Word/Jesus of Nazareth. Following His death Jesus told His true disciples to go to Jerusalem and wait for “… the promise of the Father …. the Holy Spirit ….” They would receive power from the Spirit to “walk as I (Jesus) walked” throughout their lives and therefore qualify to sit with Him on His throne in the Kingdom of God.
However, those who are in and of the world do the opposite. While admitting that God loves the good and hates the evil, they deliberately do the evil. Why? Because it requires no effort on their part. In order to “know” that they are getting away with doing evil, church people must believe Satan’s gospel that proclaims God’s blindness. I heard these words from the mouth of a evangelical preacher. He was talking about sin, that it was no big thing because: “God can’t see (sin) through the (Christ’s) blood.” What blasphemy! Amazingly, THE message being preached throughout all of professing Christendom is that Jesus, knowing that greater is he that is in the world (Satan) than he that is in church people (the Holy Spirit, which most reject), Christ’s blood automatically turns man’s sin into His holiness following repentance. At that point they are free to sin again. The sin-repentance-forgiveness cycle is repeated until death. On their way to paradise He gives them one final cleaning while St. Peter awaits them at the pearly gates. Again, what blasphemy!
Satan broadcasts his evil “love evil and hate good” mantra throughout the atmosphere and into the minds of people (Eph. 2:2). The closer one gets to God the “louder” and more frequent the devil speaks his “truth.” We fight against the powers of the air (Satan and his fallen angels–devils/demons) constantly. In Micah 3:1,2 the Lord chastises the “princes” (religious leaders) of the House of Israel who “hate the good and love the evil” and tell the people to follow them. Today their ministerial descendants bring God’s condemnation down on those they are leading by telling them what the want to hear. For example, one of the women who died immediately after rejecting my words about God’s Sabbath had gone to her pastor about what I had shown her in the Bible. He spoke five words to her that sent her to an early grave: “There is nothing to it” (the 7th day Sabbath). All of God’s Words to the contrary meant nothing. Only the spin her pastor put on the subject mattered to her because it was what she wanted to hear. Such is the case with all those in this area who have heard my preaching and read my messages. Like Adam and Eve before them, they love the evil and hate the good.
Does God actually hate evil? Let Him answer. Understand that what Jesus Himself said and what the prophets and apostles wrote was dictated by God to the Holy Spirit who then “spoke” His Words to those who spoke and wrote what they had heard (Eph. 2:20/ 2 Tim. 3:14-16/ Rom. 15:8/ 1 Jn. 4:1/ Isa. 28:9-13/ 2 Pet. 1:21). Please familiarize yourselves with those passages.
As Adam and Eve proved early on, it is easy to fall into Satan’s love evil and hate good trap. It is also easy to remain there because one’s fellow God-despisers all believe their leaders and obey them. We can know the difference between good and evil if God shows us through His ministers and His Word through the voice of the Holy Spirit: “They who are led by the Spirit of God, (only) they are the sons of God” (Rom. 8:14). But once we know the difference, we are required to act decisively. David said that those who “LOVE THE LORD, HATE EVIL” (Ps. 97:10). He said that through studying the teachings of God he had learned to hate every false (other) way (Ps. 119:104).
As we are shown repeatedly, loving God and obeying His Law go hand-in-hand: “If you love Me, keep My commandments/words” (Jn. 14:15,23). “If you would have life, keep My commandments” (Mat. 19:17). Speaking to His disciples, Jesus said, “IF you are My disciples INDEED, obey My commandments” (Jn. 8:31). The ultimate statement relative to loving God and obeying His Words was spoken by Jesus in John 15:10: “IF you (disciples) keep My commandments (then) you will abide in My love, JUST AS I HAVE KEPT MY FATHER’S COMMANDMENTS AND (THEREFORE) ABIDE IN HIS LOVE.” Being a man, Jesus had to obey God’s Word in order to remain in His love. Can we sin and be in God’s love? Could Jesus? He said He could not. However, Sinners Saved By Grace claim that they can sin and remain in Christ’s love. They contend loud and often that they can do what Jesus could not do. Either He lied or they are wrong. SSBG say Jesus lied. What do you say? L.J.