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Christians Love Child-Sacrifice

Planned Parenthood has been murdering babies for decades, and the churches of the United States of Babylon have failed to crush the serpent. Who among you will defend your neighbor as you defend yourself? Why suffer for the sake of righteousness, when you can go along with the multitude to do evil? Many persons who identify as Christians do not object to murdering certain babies, or medicating their daughters with pesticides to kill babies in the womb, each time they conceive. So-called "birth control" is an abortifacient cocktail designed to seek, kill, and destroy human life. How many pastors know whether or not women at their church are consuming these pesticides? How many pastors even care?

True discipleship is lacking. Pastors have a responsibility to protect their flock. Sheep are incapable of protecting themselves from certain threats, and without the judgement and protection of a shepherd, the flock will be destroyed. Today's "pastors" are drunken fools, asleep at the wheel, while their sheep are being ravaged by the State, the medical system, or other temptations.

Most Christians hate God's law. How many of them can say, "O how I love Your law! It is my meditation all the day" (Psalm 119:97)? We have been taught to be ashamed of God's law, rather than study it. We apologize to the male homosexual and trip over passages like Leviticus 20:13, instead of understanding the goodness of God's law. The male homosexual is to be put to death, and we owe him no apologies.

Proverbs 13:13

Whoever despises the word brings destruction on himself, but he who reveres the commandment will be rewarded.

In rejecting the law of God, and in teaching others to set aside the commandments, these pastors will be called least in the kingdom of heaven. This is the plain teaching of Jesus from Matthew 5. But whoever does the commandments and teaches them will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. Without God's word as a lamp to our feet and a light to our path, we grope for the wall like the blind; we grope like those who have no eyes; we hope for justice, but there is none; for salvation, but it is far from us.

Christians look at the world and are surprised at the behavior of pagans. But we should not be surprised. Our job, and our role, is to disciple the nations. We've been doing a terrible job at discipling the nations in righteousness, and instead, we've been workers of iniquity, teaching the pagan that God's law is a heavy burden, and that God's yoke is not easy. We neglect the weightier matters of the law: justice and mercy and faithfulness.

We hate justice, refusing to call the woman who kills her child a murderer. We hate mercy, rejecting God's law and opting for man's law. Rather than have thieves repay their debt, we throw them in cages for penance. Rather than execute rapists, murderers, and homosexual males, we let them die through gang violence in the prison system, or we return them to society, letting them commit more crimes and attack other victims. Such is the mercy of man. Rather than obey the law of God and love God faithfully, we prefer obedience to the State. Our faithfulness to the State exceeds our faithfulness to Christ. We have chosen to make the State our god: through social security, medicare, and public school, we teach that the State will provide for us, if we obey.

Do you disagree? How do you react when speeding along the freeway, and then passing a cop? If you fear the chance of receiving a ticket, how much more should you fear God? We are trading the comforts of this life for the torment of eternity. We would rather have the world and lose our souls.

Until Christians learn to love God's word, his law, and his Son, we will continue to perpetrate injustice, neglect the great commission, and sit around waiting for a rapture that isn't coming.

Repent and believe, for the kingdom of God has come upon you.