Pourquoi m’appelez-vous ” Seigneur, Seigneur ” ? (Luc 6:46)

Pourquoi m’appelez-vous ” Seigneur, Seigneur ” ? (Luc 6:46)

Posté le 16 mai 2019 par Paul Ellis // 20 commentaires

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” Paul, je suis un chrétien. Je suis inquiet à l’idée que Jésus puisse me rejeter, même si je l’appelle Seigneur. Est-ce que j’en fais assez pour être sauvé ? “

Faites-vous référence à cette écriture : “Pourquoi m’appelez-vous “Seigneur, Seigneur”, et ne faites-vous pas ce que je dis ?” (Luc 6:46).

“C’est celle-là. Elle me terrifie.”

Laissez-moi vous demander : de qui Jésus parle-t-il ? Qui sont les personnes qui l’appellent ‘Seigneur, Seigneur’ mais qui ne font pas ce qu’il dit ?

“Ce sont ceux qui ne lui obéissent pas.”

Qu’entendez-vous par obéir ?

“Nous devons garder les commandements de Dieu.”

Lesquels ? La Bible est pleine de commandements.

“Tous.”

Vous allez avoir un problème, car personne n’a jamais gardé tous les commandements sauf Jésus. La mauvaise nouvelle, c’est que tu ne peux pas respecter les commandements. La bonne nouvelle est que Jésus est mort pour nous libérer du joug insupportable de la loi. Nous ne sommes plus sous la loi, mais sous la grâce.

“Mais Jésus dit que celui qui entend et ne met pas en pratique est semblable à un homme qui construit sans fondement (Luc 6:49). Bien sûr, il y a quelque chose que nous devons faire”.

Et qu’est-ce que c’est ?

“Nous devons faire tout ce que Jésus a dit.”

Et vous l’avez fait ? Quand votre main vous a conduit au péché, l’avez-vous coupée ? Quand votre œil a regardé du porno, l’avez-vous arraché ?

“Eh bien, non. Mais Jésus ne voulait pas vraiment dire ça…”

Uh-huh. Alors vous choisissez ce à quoi vous obéissez. Tu gardes les commandements faciles, et tu rejettes les plus difficiles.

“Que pensez-vous que Jésus voulait dire quand il a dit que nous devions faire ce qu’il a dit ?”

Vous voulez que je vous dise quelle est la seule oeuvre que Dieu accepte ? “L’œuvre de Dieu est celle-ci : croire en celui qu’il a envoyé” (Jean 6:29). Qu’est-ce que Jésus veut que tu fasses ? Il veut que tu arrêtes de te faire confiance et que tu aies confiance en lui. Il veut que vous cessiez de vous fier à vos performances imparfaites et que vous vous reposiez sur son œuvre parfaite.

“Et la maison sur le rocher ?”

Celui qui entend parler de Jésus mais ne lui fait pas confiance n’a pas de fondation. Sa vie est construite sur du sable au lieu du rocher solide. Quand les ennuis arrivent, il tombe parce que son fondement est lui-même.

“Jésus parle donc des pécheurs.”

Il parle des gens qui l’appellent “Seigneur, Seigneur”. Il parle des gens religieux qui font de bonnes œuvres et parlent de Dieu, mais qui ne le connaissent pas vraiment.

“Dire quoi ?”

Chaque fois que Jésus a utilisé l’expression “Seigneur, seigneur”, il parlait de personnes qui ne le connaissent pas. Ils peuvent prétendre prophétiser et chasser les démons, mais Jésus les appelle des malfaiteurs. Ils peuvent être occupés à travailler pour le Seigneur, mais ce ne sont que des œuvres mortes parce qu’ils n’ont pas fait la seule chose qui compte.

“Laquelle ?”

Ils n’ont pas reçu de lui.

“Alors c’est tout ? Nous devons juste recevoir ? Ça ne peut pas être aussi simple.”

Recevoir du Seigneur est à la fois facile et difficile. C’est facile parce que tout ce que vous avez à faire est de recevoir. Vous n’avez pas à produire, à performer ou à faire vos preuves. Mais c’est aussi difficile parce que la chair est déterminée à produire, à performer et à faire ses preuves. C’est pourquoi nous sommes sans cesse exhortés à nous défaire de l’ancien et à marcher dans le nouveau.

“Je ne sais pas. Je crois que Dieu m’a mis sur cette terre pour faire de bonnes œuvres. Jésus n’a-t-il pas dit dans Jean 5 que ceux qui ont fait le bien ressusciteront au dernier jour et que ceux qui ont fait le mal seront condamnés ?”

Alors combien de bonnes œuvres pensez-vous devoir faire pour être ressuscité ?

“Hum, euh… je n’y ai jamais pensé de cette façon.”

Faire le bien, tel que Dieu le définit, c’est croire en Jésus. C’est permettre à l’amour de Dieu révélé en Jésus d’influencer tout ce que nous faisons. Lorsque vous savez que le Créateur du ciel et de la terre est pour vous et qu’il vous aime d’un amour sans limite, cela vous donne des ailes. Vous prenez des risques et réalisez de grandes choses parce que son Esprit créateur vous donne du pouvoir.

“Faites ce que je dis” n’est pas une menace. C’est une invitation à vivre en abondance. C’est l’appel divin à la vie pour laquelle vous avez été créé.

Por qué me llamáis ‘Señor, Señor’ (Lucas 6:46)

Por qué me llamáis ‘Señor, Señor’ (Lucas 6:46)

Publicado el 16 mayo, 2019 por Paul Ellis // 20 Comentarios

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“Paul, soy cristiano. Me preocupa que Jesús pueda rechazarme aunque lo llame Señor. Estoy haciendo lo suficiente para ser salvo?”

Te refieres a esta escritura: “¿Por qué me llamáis: Señor, Señor, y no hacéis lo que yo digo?”. (Lucas 6:46).

“Es ésa. Me aterroriza”.

Permítanme preguntarles: ¿de quién está hablando Jesús? ¿Quiénes son los que le llaman ‘Señor, Señor’ pero no hacen lo que dice?

“Son los que no le obedecen”.

¿Qué quiere decir con obedecer?

“Tenemos que cumplir los mandamientos de Dios”.

¿Cuáles? La Biblia está llena de mandamientos.

“Todos ellos.”

Bueno, vas a tener un problema porque nadie nunca guardó todos los mandamientos excepto Jesús. La mala noticia es que no puedes cumplir los mandamientos. La buena noticia es que Jesús murió para liberarnos del insoportable yugo de la ley. Ya no estamos bajo la ley, sino bajo la gracia.

“Pero Jesús dice que el que oye pero no hace es como un hombre que construye sin fundamento (Lucas 6:49). Por supuesto, hay algo que debemos hacer”.

¿Y qué es?

“Debemos hacer todo lo que Jesús dijo”.

¿Y lo has hecho? Cuando tu mano te llevó al pecado, ¿te la cortaste? Cuando tu ojo miró pornografía, ¿te lo arrancaste?

“Bueno, no. Pero Jesús no quiso decir eso…”

Ajá. Así que escoges y eliges lo que obedeces. Los mandatos fáciles los cumples, y los difíciles los descartas.

“Bueno, ¿qué crees que quiso decir Jesús cuando dijo que debemos hacer lo que dijo?”

¿Quieres que te diga cuál es la única obra que Dios acepta? “La obra de Dios es ésta: creer en el que Él ha enviado” (Juan 6:29). ¿Qué quiere Jesús que hagas? Quiere que dejes de confiar en ti mismo y confíes en Él. Quiere que dejes de confiar en tu actuación imperfecta y descanses en su obra perfecta.

“¿Y la casa sobre la roca?”

El que oye hablar de Jesús pero no confía en él no tiene cimientos. Su vida está construida sobre arena en vez de sobre la Roca sólida. Cuando vienen los problemas, cae porque su fundamento es él mismo.

“Así que Jesús está hablando de pecadores”.

Está hablando de gente que le llama “Señor, Señor”. Está hablando de personas religiosas que hacen buenas obras y hablan de Dios, pero en realidad no lo conocen.

“¿Qué dicen?”

Siempre que Jesús usaba la frase “Señor, Señor”, estaba hablando de gente que no lo conoce. Pueden afirmar que profetizan y expulsan demonios, pero Jesús los llama malhechores. Pueden estar ocupados trabajando para el Señor, pero todo son obras muertas porque no han hecho la única cosa que importa.

“¿Qué es qué?”

No han recibido de él.

“¿Así que eso es todo? ¿Sólo tenemos que recibir? No puede ser tan sencillo”.

Recibir del Señor es fácil y difícil a la vez. Es fácil porque todo lo que tienes que hacer es recibir. No tienes que producir o actuar o probarte a ti mismo. Pero también es difícil porque la carne está determinada a producir, actuar y probarse a sí misma. Por eso se nos exhorta repetidamente a despojarnos de lo viejo y caminar en lo nuevo.

“No sé. Creo que Dios me puso en esta tierra para hacer buenas obras. ¿No dijo Jesús en Juan 5 que los que han hecho el bien resucitarán en el último día y los que han hecho el mal serán condenados?”

Entonces, ¿cuántas buenas obras crees que debes hacer para ser resucitado?

“Eh… nunca lo había pensado así”.

Hacer el bien, como Dios lo define, es creer en Jesús. Es permitir que el amor de Dios revelado en Jesús influya en todo lo que hacemos. Cuando sabes que el Hacedor del cielo y de la tierra está por ti y que te ama con un amor sin límites, eso te da alas. Te arriesgas y haces grandes cosas porque su Espíritu creador te da poder.

“Haz lo que te digo” no es una amenaza. Es una invitación a vivir en abundancia. Es la llamada divina a la vida para la que fuiste hecho.

Jugés pour ce que nous avons fait


JOHN 5:28-29
Posté le 24 septembre 2015 par Paul Ellis // 33 commentaires
La grâce contre les œuvresLa bonne nouvelle du ciel déclare que tout nous vient comme un cadeau gratuit de notre Père céleste. Mais les mauvaises nouvelles de la terre disent que tu ferais mieux de travailler bébé, parce qu’il n’y a pas de repas gratuit !
Tu as le choix entre la grâce et les œuvres. Soit la faveur de Dieu est donnée, soit elle est gagnée, mais ce n’est pas les deux.
L’évangile que Jésus a révélé et que Paul a prêché proclame qu’il s’agit de la grâce du début à la fin. Comment expliquer alors ces versets qui suggèrent que vous devez travailler pour être béni ?
Jésus PaulNe vous étonnez pas de cela, car un temps vient où tous ceux qui sont dans leurs tombeaux entendront sa voix et sortiront : ceux qui auront fait le bien se lèveront pour vivre, et ceux qui auront fait le mal se lèveront pour être condamnés. Jean (5, 28-29)Dieu rendra à chacun selon ce qu’il aura fait. A ceux qui, en persistant à faire le bien, recherchent la gloire, l’honneur et l’immortalité, il donnera la vie éternelle. Mais à ceux qui recherchent leur propre intérêt, qui rejettent la vérité et suivent le mal, il réserve sa colère et son courroux. (Rom 2:6-8)
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Si ces versets étaient les seuls de la Bible, on pourrait bâtir toute une religion sur l’importance de faire le bien ou d’être béni par les bonnes œuvres, et beaucoup l’ont fait. Un tel message fait appel à notre sens du bien et du mal, mais c’est un message maudit qui encourage la confiance en soi et le pharisaïsme.
Commençons par les paroles de Jésus qui a dit “ceux qui ont fait le bien se lèveront pour vivre”. C’est très clair. Il n’y a aucune ambiguïté. Si vous avez “fait le bien”, vous vivrez, mais que signifie “faire le bien” ? Jésus nous le dit quelques versets plus tôt :
Je vous le dis en vérité, celui qui écoute ma parole et croit en celui qui m’a envoyé a la vie éternelle et ne sera pas condamné ; il est passé de la mort à la vie. (Jean 5:24)
Faire le bien, tel que Jésus le définit, c’est entendre et croire en Jésus. Rien de plus, rien de moins.
“Cela ne peut pas être cela. C’est trop simple. Il doit y avoir une œuvre que Dieu exige de moi.”
Jésus répond : ” L’œuvre de Dieu est celle-ci : croire en celui qu’il a envoyé. ” (Jean 6:29)
Vous voulez impressionner Dieu ? Alors, sois impressionné par Jésus. Tu veux faire quelque chose de bien de ta vie ? Alors laisse tomber ton sacrifice bon marché et émerveille-toi devant son sacrifice infiniment sublime.
Être persuadé que Jésus est ce qu’il dit être, et vivre à partir de cette conviction, est la chose la plus productive que vous puissiez faire de votre vie. La semence de la parole de Dieu est féconde. Elle grandira et donnera une récolte d’elle-même. Mais nous pouvons certainement entraver ce processus par le doute et l’incrédulité. Essayer de faire en sorte que les choses arrivent est l’une des choses les plus destructrices que vous puissiez faire. Ne le faites donc pas. Travaillez pour entrer dans son repos et y rester.
Je suis absolument convaincu que les personnes les plus créatives et les plus fécondes de ce monde sont celles qui ont vu Jésus, qui ont été défaites par son amour, et qui se reposent dans l’approbation inconditionnelle de leur Père. Si c’est vous, alors vous brillerez comme les étoiles (Php 2:15).

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Juzgados por lo que hemos hecho


JUAN 5:28-29
Publicado el 24 septiembre, 2015 por Paul Ellis // 33 Comentarios
Gracia v ObrasLas buenas nuevas del cielo declaran que todo nos viene como un regalo gratuito de nuestro Padre celestial. Pero las malas noticias de la tierra dicen que es mejor que trabajes bebé, ¡porque no hay tal cosa como un almuerzo gratis!
Tu elección es gracia u obras. O el favor de Dios es dado o ganado, pero no puede ser ambos.
El evangelio que Jesus revelo y Pablo predico proclama que es gracia de principio a fin. ¿Cómo entonces debemos explicar estos versos que sugieren que usted debe trabajar para ser bendecido?
Jesús PabloNo os asombréis de esto, porque vendrá un tiempo en que todos los que están en sus sepulcros oirán su voz y saldrán: los que hicieron el bien resucitarán para vivir, y los que hicieron el mal resucitarán para ser condenados. Juan (5,28-29)Dios pagará a cada uno según lo que haya hecho. A los que, perseverando en hacer el bien, buscan la gloria, el honor y la inmortalidad, les dará la vida eterna. Pero a los que se buscan a sí mismos y rechazan la verdad y siguen el mal, les dará ira y cólera. (Rom 2:6-8)
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Si estos fueran los únicos versículos de la Biblia, se podría construir toda una religión sobre la importancia de hacer el bien o de ser bendecido a través de las buenas obras, y muchos lo han hecho. Tal mensaje apela a nuestro sentido del bien y del mal, pero es un mensaje maldito que promueve la confianza en uno mismo y la justicia propia.
Empecemos con las palabras de Jesús que dijo “los que han hecho el bien resucitarán”. Eso es muy claro. No hay ambigüedad. Si “has hecho el bien” vivirás, pero ¿qué significa hacer el bien? Jesús nos lo dice unos versículos antes:
Os aseguro que el que oye mi palabra y cree al que me ha enviado tiene vida eterna y no será condenado; ha pasado de la muerte a la vida. (Juan 5:24)
Hacer el bien, como lo define Jesús, es oír y creer a Jesús. Ni más ni menos.
“Eso no puede ser. Es demasiado simple. Debe haber alguna obra que Dios requiere de mí”.
Jesús respondió: “La obra de Dios es ésta: creer en el que Él ha enviado.” (Juan 6:29)
¿Quieres impresionar a Dios? Entonces déjate impresionar por Jesús. ¿Quieres hacer algo bueno con tu vida? Entonces deja tu sacrificio barato y maravíllate ante el infinitamente sublime de Él.
Estar persuadido de que Jesús es quien dice ser, y vivir desde esa persuasión, es lo más productivo que puedes hacer con tu vida. La semilla de la palabra de Dios es fructífera. Crecerá y dará una cosecha por sí misma. Pero ciertamente podemos obstaculizar ese proceso a través de la duda y la incredulidad. Tratar de hacer que las cosas sucedan es una de las cosas más destructivas que puedes hacer. Así que no lo hagas. Trabaja para entrar en su descanso y permanecer allí.
Estoy absolutamente convencido de que las personas más creativas y fructíferas de este mundo son aquellas que han visto a Jesús, que han sido deshechas por su amor y que descansan en la aprobación incondicional de su Padre. Si este eres tú, entonces brillarás como las estrellas (Fil 2:15).

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Why do you call me ‘Lord, Lord’? (Luke 6:46)

Why do you call me ‘Lord, Lord’? (Luke 6:46)

Posted on May 16, 2019 by Paul Ellis // 20 Comments

“Paul, I’m a Christian. I’m worried about that Jesus might reject me even though I call him Lord. Am I doing enough to be saved?”

Are you referring to this scripture: “Why do you call me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say?” (Luke 6:46).

“That’s the one. It terrifies me.”

Let me ask you: who is Jesus talking about? Who are the people who call him ‘Lord, Lord’ but don’t do what he says?

“It’s those who don’t obey him.”

What do you mean by obey?

“We’ve got to keep the commands of God.”

Which ones? The Bible is full of commands.

“All of them.”

Well, you’re going to have a problem because nobody ever kept all the commands except Jesus. The bad news is you can’t keep the commands. The good news is Jesus died to free us from the unbearable yoke of the law. We are no longer under law, but grace.

“But Jesus says the one who hears but does not do is like a man building with no foundation (Luke 6:49). Of course, there is something we must do.”

And what is it?

“We must do everything Jesus said.”

And have you? When your hand led you to sin, did you chop it off? When your eye looked at porn, did you gouge it out?

“Well, no. But Jesus didn’t really mean that…”

Uh-huh. So you pick and choose what you obey. The easy commands you keep, and the hard ones you dismiss.

“Well what do you think Jesus meant when he said we must we must do what he said?”

You want me to tell you the only work that God accepts? “The work of God is this: to believe in the one he has sent” (John 6:29). What does Jesus want you to do? He wants you to quit trusting in yourself and trust in him. He wants you to stop relying on your imperfect performance and rest in his perfect work.

“What about the house on the rock?”

The one who hears about Jesus but does not trust him has no foundation. His life is built on sand instead of the solid Rock. When troubles come, he falls because his foundation is himself.

“So Jesus is talking about sinners.”

He’s talking about people who call him “Lord, Lord.” He’s talking about religious people who do good works and talk about God but they don’t actually know him.

“Say what?”

Whenever Jesus used the phrase “Lord, lord,” he was talking about people who don’t know him. They may claim to prophesy and cast out demons, but Jesus calls them evildoers. They may be busy working for the Lord but it’s all dead works because they haven’t done the one thing that matters.

“Which is what?”

They haven’t received from him.

“So that’s it? We just have to receive? It can’t be that simple.”

Receiving from the Lord is both easy and hard. It’s easy because all you have to do is receive. You don’t have to produce or perform or prove yourself. But it’s also hard because the flesh is determined to produce, perform, and prove itself. This is why we are repeatedly exhorted to put off the old and walk in the new.

“I dunno. I believe God put me on this earth to do good works. Didn’t Jesus say in John 5 that those who’ve done good will rise on the last day and those who’ve done evil will be condemned?”

So how many good works do you think you must do to be resurrected?

“Um, er… I never thought about it like that.”

Doing good, as God defines it, is believing Jesus. It’s allowing the love of God revealed in Jesus to influence all we do. When you know that the Maker of heaven and earth is for you and that he loves with boundless love, it gives you wings. You take risks and do great things because his creative Spirit empowers you.

“Do what I say,” is not a threat. It’s an invitation to abundant living. It’s the divine call to the life you were made for.

Judged for what we have done

John 5:28-29

Posted on September 24, 2015 by Paul Ellis // 33 Comments

Grace v Works

The good news of heaven declares that everything comes to us as a free gift from our heavenly Father. But the bad news of earth says you better work baby, because there’s no such thing as a free lunch!

Your choice is grace or works. Either the favor of God is given or earned, but it can’t be both.

The gospel that Jesus revealed and Paul preached proclaims it’s grace from start to finish. How then are we to explain these verses which suggest you must work to be blessed?

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Do not be amazed at this, for a time is coming when all who are in their graves will hear his voice and come out—those who have done good will rise to live, and those who have done evil will rise to be condemned. John (5:28-29)God will repay each person according to what they have done. To those who by persistence in doing good seek glory, honor and immortality, he will give eternal life. But for those who are self-seeking and who reject the truth and follow evil, there will be wrath and anger. (Rom 2:6-8)

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If these were the only verses in the Bible you could build a whole religion on the importance of doing good or being blessed through good works, and many have. Such a message appeals to our sense of right and wrong but it’s a cursed message that promotes self-trust and self-righteousness.

Let’s start with the words of Jesus who said “those who have done good will rise to live.” That’s very clear. There’s no ambiguity. If you “done good” you will live, but what does it mean to do good? Jesus tells us a few verses earlier:

I tell you the truth, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life and will not be condemned; he has crossed over from death to life. (John 5:24)

Doing good, as Jesus defines it, is hearing and believing Jesus. Nothing more, nothing less.

“That can’t be it. It’s too simple. There must be some work that God requires from me.”

Jesus answered, “The work of God is this: to believe in the one he has sent.” (John 6:29)

Want to impress God? Then be impressed with Jesus. Want to do something good with your life? Then drop your cheap sacrifice and marvel at his infinitely sublime one.

Being persuaded that Jesus is who he says he is, and living from that persuasion, is the most productive thing you can do with your life. The seed of God’s word is fruitful. It will grow and bear a harvest all by itself. But we can certainly hinder that process through doubt and unbelief. Trying to make things happen is one of the most destructive things you can do. So don’t do it. Labor to enter his rest and stay there.

I am absolutely convinced that the most creative and fruitful people in this world are those who have seen Jesus, who have been undone by his love, and who are resting in their Father’s unconditional approval. If this is you, then you will shine like the stars (Php 2:15).

ZIONISM BASED ON ULTRADISPENSATION

E. W. BULLINGER THEODOR HERZL

I was also brought to the Lord Jesus Christ and His manifestation of the gift of the holy spirit in an ultra dispensational ministry.  I learned much truth and yes I am so thankful for the truth I learned under Dr Weirwille (bless his ministry) but I also was taught lies.

The Theodor Herzl Henry Bullinger Connection

After years of the holy spirit leading me into more truth and not being afraid o looking outside my sect, the spirit showed me so much more.

I am thankful that Dr Weirwille did begin me on a journey using interlinears and concordances. I learned to navigate in Greek and Hebrew and English. I have expanded to search the internet and see the Word of God translated into so many languages. But finally found my personal relationship with the non absent and very much alive Jesus who is most the most important person for teaching me the truth. I am not looking for any rewards and know I will be persecuted, so praise the Lord anyways,. I feel that I have to expose the lies to the truth for the sake of the Love of Christ. It is His love that constrains me and I need not have any fear. I have nothing to gain, but you may.

I have broke free from the fear and control of the religious spirit operating from the Phsrisees spirit that spread into all forms of Christian sects, denominations and cults. But by the grace of God we have come out of many cults to meet the real Jesus. We have to prove all things as the holy spirit taught us throught the apostle Paul:

1Th 5:19

Quench not the Spirit.

1Th 5:20

Despise not prophesyings.

1Th 5:21

Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.

1Th 5:22

Abstain from all appearance of evil. (like crucified girls)

And we must be free to search anywhere for truth. Motivated by love and not limited and controlled by the fear of leaders! We need to hold on to that with is good and Truth. We must read all and search unbiased history accounts and unbiased current events to see how the mystery of inquity is competing with the Mystery of the Body of Christ. There is a war going on and this is not a game. We may be saved but millions of eternal souls are at stake!

We want to be on the right side of history do we not?

We need to separate not from the people but the heresies and lies we have accepted. We need to use the power of the holy spirit to discern and judge people (let the Lord do that) but we need to judge and discern demons, the doctines of demons and their ideas. Never people.

1Th 5:23

Now may the God of peace Himself sanctify you entirely; and may your spirit and soul and body be kept complete, without blame at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Look at the fruit of the Zionist and Muslim movements and how they have been had one thing in common……the spirit of Anti Christ.

There is a history of the Pharisees infiltrating and even creating Muhammad and his genocidal religion of Jihads.

How could E. W. Bullinger be Herlzs friend and also how did Bullinger get his information from an unregenerate Jew named Ginsburg? Did they really know the Lord Jesus? Or scripture about Him?

Because of the following things I have seen I have my doubts. Not in Jesus as He is the Word, but men teaching me the truth about THE TRUTH.

https://www.trtworld.com/magazine/how-theodor-herzl-failed-to-convince-the-ottomans-to-sell-palestine-46991

Before the British allowed European Zionists to colonise Palestine, its chief idealogue, Theodor Herzl, attempted to buy the land from the Ottomans.

When Herzl finally met Sultan Abdul Hamid II face to face in 1901, he suggested that Jewish financiers could set up a company in Istanbul and, over time, purchase Ottoman debt from European powers.

Herzl allegedly one of Bullingers best friends was dealing with this Servant of Satan. How can we trust the dispensational movement Bullinger and Scofield were promoting by their interpretations? Only to justify building a new kind of Israel? One that cost much Palestian blood. Some say at least 5.1 million Palestinian men, women and children died. Not all were terrorists or even Muslim. Many were Christians. Is this the fruit of the teachers?

Before the invasion of Palestine there was much persecution of the Armenians in the Ottoman emprire under the Sultan Abdul Hamid II. The most vivid memory that burned into my conscience it the crucifixion of young Armenian Girls!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamidian_massacres

The massacres are named after Sultan Abdul Hamid II, who, in his efforts to maintain the imperial domain of the declining Ottoman Empire, reasserted pan-Islamism as a state ideology.

This Sultan was an Anti-Christian and so were his friends. You do not make allegiences with people like that unless it is Anti Christian. How can I trust a source so close to this Zionist Herzl coniving with the Sultan. I could not and I have been set free from the form of dispensationalism that was added to my Bible! I pray that you will see that these artificial seperations of how God works is all man made deception. And it is mainstream in most of the Protestant Neo conservitate churches in Amerika.

How can you not think of these girls when you follow Bullinger and his way to enjoy the Bible?

For some reason the censor will not allow me to show the photo of you women crucified by this wicked Anti Chirst Sultan! But it is easy to find if you look

https://www.quora.com/Were-people-really-nailed-to-crosses-during-the-Armenian-genocide

“Bullinger’s friends included well-known Zionist Dr. Theodore Herzl. This was a personal friendship, but accorded with Bullinger’s belief in a Biblical distinction between the Church and the Jewish People.”

http://textus-receptus.com/wiki/E._W._Bullinger

I rather enjoy Jesus than the Bible anyways!

My Lord said

Mat 7:15

Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

Mat 7:16

Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?

Mat 7:17

Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.

Mat 7:18

A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

Mat 7:19

Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire.

Mat 7:20

Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.

Mat 7:21

Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

CALVIN OR COHEN?

John Calvin... A Wolf (Jew) In Sheep's Clothing

Good Article on the secret Jew John Calvin (Cohen) and the secret Rosecrucian M Luther

From: http://www.angelfire.com/journal2/watch-unto-prayer/reformation….

JOHN CALVIN

Calvin was also a Jew and an agent of the Prieuré de Sion.

“Contrary to general belief, Calvinism is of Jewish origin. It was deliberately conceived to split the adherents of the Christian religions and divide the people. Calvin’s real name was Cohen! When he went from Geneva to France to start preaching his doctrine he became known as Cauin. Then in England it became Calvin. History proves that there is hardly a revolutionary plot that wasn’t hatched in Switzerland; there is hardly a Jewish revolutionary leader who hasn’t changed his name.

“At B’nai B’rith celebrations held in Paris, France, in 1936 Cohen, Cauvin, or Calvin, whatever his name may have been, was enthusiastically acclaimed to have been of Jewish descent (The Catholic Gazette, February, 1936).

“‘As long as there remains among the Gentiles any moral conception of the social order, and until all faith, patriotism, and dignity are uprooted, our reign over the world shall not come…And the Gentiles, in their stupidity, have proved easier dupes than we expected them to be. One would expect more intelligence and more practical common sense, but they are no better than a herd of sheep. Let them graze in our fields till they become fat enough to be worthy of being immolated to our future King of the World…We have founded many secret associations, which all work for our purpose, under our orders and our direction. We have made it an honor, a great honor, for the Gentiles to join us in our organizations, which are, thanks to our gold, flourishing now more than ever. Yet it remains our secret that those Gentiles who betray their own and most precious interests, by joining us in our plot, should never know that those associations are of our creation, and that they serve our purpose.

“‘One of the many triumphs of our Freemasonry is that those Gentiles who become members of our Lodges, should never suspect that we are using them to build their own jails, upon whose terraces we shall erect the throne of our Universal King of the Jews; and should never know that we are commanding them to forge the chains of their own servility to our future King of the World…We have induced some of our children to join the Christian Body, with the explicit intimation that they should work in a still more efficient way for the disintegration of the Christian Church, by creating scandals within her. We have thus followed the advice of our Prince of the Jews, who so wisely said: ‘Let some of your children become cannons, so that they may destroy the Church.’ Unfortunately, not all among the ‘convert’ Jews have proved faithful to their mission. Many of them have even betrayed us! But, on the other hand, others have kept their promise and honored their word. Thus the counsel of our Elders has proved successful.

“ ‘We are the Fathers of all Revolutions, even of those which sometimes happen to turn against us. We are the supreme Masters of Peace and War. We can boast of being the Creators of the Reformation! Calvin was one of our children; he was of Jewish descent, and was entrusted by Jewish authority and encouraged with Jewish finance to draft his scheme in the reformation (which was to convince Christians it was alright to charge usury and other damnable heresies which are in violation of God’s Laws).

“‘Martin Luther yielded to the influence of his Jewish friends unknowingly, and again, by Jewish authority, and with Jewish finance, his plot against the Catholic Church met with success. But unfortunately he discovered the deception, and became a threat to us, so we disposed of him as we have so many others who dare to oppose us…Many countries, including the United States have already fallen for our scheming. But the Christian Church is still alive…We must destroy it without the least delay and without the slightest mercy. Most of the Press in the world is under our Control; let us therefore encourage in a still more violent way the hatred of the world against the Christian Church. Let us intensify our activities in poisoning the morality of the Gentiles. Let us spread the spirit of revolution in the minds of the people. They must be made to despise Patriotism and the love of their family, to consider their faith as a humbug, their obedience to their Christ as a degrading servility, so that they become deaf to the appeal of the Church and blind to her warnings against us. Let us, above all, make it impossible for Christians to be reunited, or for non-Christians to join the Church; otherwise the greatest obstruction to our domination will be strengthened and all our work undone. Our plot will be unveiled, the Gentiles will turn against us, in the spirit of revenge, and our domination over them will never be realized.

“’Let us remember that as long as there still remain active enemies of the Christian Church, we may hope to become Master of the World …And let us remember always that the future Jewish King will never reign in the world before Christianity is overthrown…’” (From a series of speeches at the B’nai B’rith Convention in Paris, published shortly afterwards in the London Catholic Gazette, February, 1936; Paris Le Reveil du Peuple published similar account a little later). (Chronology of The International Conspiracy)

Calvin was an ecumenist.

“Calvin…in a memorandum probably in December 1560…described the ‘Free and Universal Council’ that was needed ‘to put an end to the existing divisions in Christianity’. It must be free with respect to place of meeting, personnel, and procedure, and bound only by Scripture. Location should be central to the attending nations. This interesting document offers what is virtually an agenda for the Council, listing numerous points in dispute in the realms of doctrine, worship and polity. Calvin’s council was to be a conference on Faith and Order — with power. The Pope was not excluded, but he must submit to the council’s decisions and swear to abide by them. Calvin insists that while a national synod may undertake internal reform, only a genuinely universal council can allay the troubles of Christendom.” 84:33-4 (Rouse,History of the Ecumenical Movement)

” Edinburgh 1910 gave the impulse which issued in the World Conference on Faith and Order (at Lausanne in 1927).” (Rouse, History of the Ecumenical Movement) 84:360

“Now Martin Luther and John Calvin have all made it abundantly clear that they did not think of the church formation which they saw growing up in their lifetime as the last word. On the contrary, they all thought in terms of the Church Catholic and prayed for the restoration of the full catholicity and unity of the church.” (Harold E. Fey, History of the Ecumenical Movement, Vol. II, p. 123)

“At the time of the massacre of the Waldensians by Francis I (1545), Calvin did his utmost to arouse German and Swiss protests to the French government and to bring relief to the survivors. In a letter to Bullinger ( 24 May 1561 ) he praised the heroic zeal of young volunteers in ministering to their partially restored communities.

” John Calvin’s outlook was ecumenical from the outset, but interest in Church unity was probably quickened by his contacts with Bucer and Strasburg (1538-41). He worked in close harmony with Bucer and formed a friendship with Melanchthon (Luther’s assistant), whom he met first at Frankfurt in 1539. He took a minor part with these men at the Colloquies of Worms, Hagenau and Ratisbon (1540-41).

“Calvin had already, during his first period in Geneva , sought a unification of the Swiss Protestants, and had criticized Bucer for his over-zealous insistence on the Wittenberg Concord when this was presented in Berne .” (Rouse, History of the Ecumenical Movement) 84:48-9

“…John Calvin…was unsound at the very foundation of the Christian faith. Calvin never gave a testimony of the new birth; rather he identified with his Catholic infant baptism. Note the following quotes from his Institutes: ‘At whatever time we are baptized, we are washed and purified once for the whole of life’ (Institutes, IV). ‘By baptism we are ingrafted into the body of Christ … infants are to be baptized … children of Christians, as they are immediately on their birth received by God as heirs of the covenant, are also to be admitted to baptism’ (Institutes, IV).” (FBIS, “The Calvinism Debate”)

Calvin enforced the Old Testament Law.

“Calvin was vicious toward his enemies, acting more like a devouring wolf than a harmless sheep. Historian William Jones observed that ‘that most hateful feature of popery adhered to Calvin through life, the spirit of persecution.’ Note how he described his theological opponents: ‘…all that filth and villainy…mad dogs who vomit their filth against the majesty of Godand want to pervert all religion. Must they be spared?’ (Oct. 16, 1555). He hated the Anabaptists and called them ‘henchmen of Satan.’ Four men who disagreed with him on who should be admitted to the Lord’s Supper were beheaded, quartered, and their body parts hung in strategic locations in Geneva as a warning to others. He burned Michael Servetus (for rejecting infant baptism and for denying Christ’s deity). Calvin wrote about Servetus, ‘One should not be content with simply killing such people, but should burn them cruelly.’” (FBIS, “The Calvinism Debate”)

Calvin’s T.U.L.I.P. derived from Judaism.

“It is interesting to note that Calvin’s theory that those destined to salvation would ‘know’ of this and thus be numbered among the elect, is a fair approximation of Gnostic doctrine and had to some extent been anticipated by the heresy of the Free Spirit.” 439:239

“Richard Baxter, a member of the Irvingite circle given to prophecy, once felt inspired to declare the truth of the speculation (British-Israelism/fate of the Ten Lost Tribes). – 439:148

(T.U.L.I.P) – Predestination/Election

“What virtues and what vices brought upon the Jew this universal enmity? Why was he in turn equally maltreated and hated by the Alexandrians and the Romans, by the Persians and the Arabs, by the Turks and by the Christian nation? Because everywhere and up to the present day the Jew was an unsociable being.

“Why was he unsociable? Because he was exclusive, and his exclusiveness was at the same time political and religious or in other words, he kept to his political, religious cult and his law…This faith in their predestination, in their election, enveloped in the Jews an immense pride; they came to look upon non-Jews with contempt and often hatred, when patriotic reasons were added to theological ones.” (L’AntisÇmitisme, (1894) Bernard Lazare; LÇon de Poncins, The Secret Powers Behind Revolution, (1929).

Remember how Calvin showed Michael Servetus the Love of Christ!!!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Servetus

MATTHIEU 6:1

MATTHIEU 6:1
Gardez-vous de pratiquer votre justice devant les hommes pour être remarqués par eux, sinon vous n’avez pas de récompense auprès de votre Père qui est dans les cieux.
(a) Prenez garde à la tentation d’attirer l’attention sur vous, car c’est la voie de la chair. La chair a soif de reconnaissance. “Regardez-moi. Regardez comme je suis bon”. L’autosatisfaction est le péché le plus mortel car elle gonfle notre orgueil et nous éloigne de la grâce de Dieu.
(b) Pratiquer votre justice. Les Juifs religieux qui vivaient sous l’ancienne alliance étaient des personnes morales qui avaient l’habitude de donner aux pauvres, de prier et de jeûner (Matt. 6:2, 6, 16). Il s’agissait de bonnes actions accomplies par de bonnes personnes, mais en fin de compte, c’était leur propre justice qu’ils cultivaient.
Dans la nouvelle alliance, nous sommes revêtus de la justice qui vient de Dieu et qui est reçue par la foi (Rom. 1:17, 3:22). C’est la justice de notre Père qui nous rend justes et nous incite à accomplir des actes justes.
(c) Récompense. Sous l’ancienne alliance, vous étiez béni si vous faisiez le bien et maudit si vous ne le faisiez pas. Il s’agissait d’un système de carotte et de bâton où les bonnes actions étaient accomplies dans l’espoir d’être récompensé ou béni par Dieu.
(d) Pas de récompense auprès de votre Père. Si vous êtes moralisateur (vous faites de bonnes actions pour vous faire bien voir des autres), n’attendez rien de Dieu. Vous avez déjà votre récompense (voir le verset suivant).
C’est une erreur de déformer ce verset et de conclure que Dieu nous bénit en fonction de nos bonnes actions. “Faites le bien, obtenez le bien”. Toutes les bénédictions de Dieu sont librement disponibles pour nous à cause de la grâce (Eph. 1:3). Cependant, il y a des récompenses données en fonction de notre travail (voir l’entrée pour 1 Cor. 3:14).
(e) Votre Père ; voir l’entrée pour Matt. 5:16.
MATTHIEU 6:2
“Ainsi, lorsque vous donnez aux pauvres, ne faites pas sonner la trompette devant vous, comme font les hypocrites dans les synagogues et dans les rues, afin d’être honorés par les hommes. En vérité, je vous le dis, ils ont leur récompense en abondance.
Le moralisateur se justifie en se fiant à ses performances et en attirant l’attention sur ses bonnes actions. “Je jeûne deux fois par semaine et je donne la dîme de tout ce que je gagne” (Luc 18:12). Voir l’article sur l’autosatisfaction.
MATTHIEU 6:3
” Mais quand tu donnes aux pauvres, ne laisse pas ta main gauche savoir ce que fait ta main droite,
Ne claironnez pas vos actes de charité en public, mais donnez tranquillement et sans faire de bruit.
MATTHIEU 6:4
afin que tes dons soient faits en secret ; et ton Père, qui voit ce qui se fait en secret, te récompensera.
(a) Votre Père ; voir l’entrée pour Matt. 5:16.
(b) Ce qui est fait en secret est fait sans penser à la reconnaissance de soi.
Jésus met en contraste deux façons de vivre. Nous pouvons vivre pour nous-mêmes en cherchant toujours à nous faire valoir par l’autosuffisance et l’autopromotion, ou nous pouvons nous soumettre humblement à Dieu, en faisant confiance à ses soins.
(c) Il vous récompensera. Dieu s’oppose aux orgueilleux mais fait grâce aux humbles (Jas. 4:6).
Les Juifs qui ont entendu Jésus prononcer ces paroles s’attendaient à être bénis pour leurs actes de charité, mais dans la nouvelle alliance, nous sommes bénis en raison de sa bonté, pas de la nôtre ((Eph. 1:3). Toutes les bénédictions du ciel viennent par la grâce seule. Alors pourquoi donner et faire de bonnes œuvres ? Parce que ceux qui ont été appréhendés par la grâce de Dieu deviennent eux-mêmes des dispensateurs de grâce. Ils donnent et prient pour que d’autres puissent faire l’expérience de la bénédiction de Dieu.

Practicing your righteousness.

MATTHEW 6:1

Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven.

(a) Beware of the temptation to draw attention to yourself, for this is the way of the flesh. The flesh craves recognition. “Look at me. Look at how good I am.” Self-righteousness is the deadliest sin for it inflates our pride and draws us away from the grace of God.

(b) 

Practicing your righteousness. The religious Jews who lived under the old covenant were moral people who made a habit of giving to the poor, praying, and fasting (Matt. 6:2616). These were good deeds done by good people, but ultimately it was their own righteousness they were cultivating.

In the new covenant, we are clothed with the righteousness that comes from God and is received by faith (Rom. 1:173:22). It is our Father’s righteousness that makes us righteous and inspires us to do righteous deeds.

(c) Reward. Under the old covenant you were blessed if you did good and cursed if you didn’t. It was a carrot and stick arrangement where good deeds were done in the expectation of being rewarded or blessed by God.

(d) No reward with your Father. If you are self-righteous (you do good deeds to make yourself look good to others), don’t expect anything from God. You already have your reward (see next verse).

It is a mistake to upend this verse and conclude that God blesses us in accordance with our good deeds. “Do good, get good.” All the blessings of God are freely available to us on account of grace (Eph. 1:3). However, there are rewards given in accordance with our labor (see entry for 1 Cor. 3:14).

(e) Your Father; see entry for Matt. 5:16.

MATTHEW 6:2

“So when you give to the poor, do not sound a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, so that they may be honored by men. Truly I say to you, they have their reward in full.

The self-righteous man justifies himself by trusting in his performance and by drawing attention to his good deeds. “I fast twice a week and give a tithe of all I get” (Luke 18:12). See entry for Self-righteousness.

MATTHEW 6:3

“But when you give to the poor, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing,

Don’t trumpet your acts of charity in public but give quietly and without fuss.

MATTHEW 6:4

so that your giving will be in secret; and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you.

(a) Your Father; see entry for Matt. 5:16.

(b) What is done in secret is done with no thought for self-recognition.

Jesus is contrasting two ways to live. We can live for ourselves always seeking to advance ourselves through self-reliance and self-promotion, or we can humbly submit to God, trusting in his care.

(c) Will reward you. God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble (Jas. 4:6).

The Jews who heard Jesus utter these words expected to be blessed for their acts of charity, but in the new covenant we are blessed on account of his goodness, not ours (Eph. 1:3). All the blessings of heaven come by grace alone. So why give and do good works? Because those who have been apprehended by the grace of God become grace-givers themselves. They give and pray so that others might experience the blessing of God.

Prospecting and Digging for the True treasures