DO NOT FOLLOW A PHARISEE!

'GOOD' EVIL PEOPLE


Revelation 2:14   But I have a few things against you because you have there them that hold the doctrine of Baalam ... to eat things sacrificed to idols ....

Revelation 2:15   So also you have them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitans, which thing I hate

Christ is speaking to Jews of the Lord in their Asian provinces in the above passages, not speaking to churches.    What churches of Asia, for all of Asia rejected Pharisee Paul (2 Timothy 1:15, Rev. 2:2)!

Jews of the Lord have with them people who believe that it is okay to eat food sacrificed to idols and who believe in the doctrine of the Nicolaitans.    And Christ tells them:

Revelation 2:16   Repent, or else I will come unto you quickly and will fight against them with the sword of my mouth

Christ tells the Jews of the Lord of the province of Pergamos in Asia that if they do not send away from them the people who believe it is okay to eat food sacrificed to idols and who believe in the doctrine of the Nicolaitans, then Christ will fight against those people who are clinging to the Lord's people.

Christ hates the doctrine that it is okay to eat food sacrificed to idols, and therefore, all Pharisee Paul converts are the enemy of Christ for they teach:

1 Corinthians 10:30    For if I by grace be a partaker [of foods sacrificed to idols], why am I spoken of as being evil for that which I give thanks

Pharisee Paul teaches that it is okay to eat food sacrificed to idols.    In 1 Corinthians 8:11-12, he advises not to eat food sacrificed to idols in the presence of those who think such thing is an evil deed.   However, in 1 Corinthians 10:29, he says "why should my liberty be judged by another man's conscience"?    Typical Pharisee double-speak, hypocrites.     He does not want his liberty to eat food sacrificed to idols curtailed because some man believes same is evil.  On the other hand, he says he shall cease eating food sacrificed to idols if it offends a brother.

The blindness of Christian Paul converts, their loves of lies, for though Christ from Heaven (after his death, resurrection and ascension into Heaven) declares he forbids eating food sacrificed to idols, the Paul converts (claiming to love Christ), ignore Christ and stick with their master Pharisee Paul who says by grace he may eat food sacrificed to idols.  Just give thanks to God and then proceed to eat the food sacrificed to idols, so commands the anti-Christ Pharisee Paul.   What is revealed in this article should be sufficient for anyone who does want to love Christ, who wants to embrace truth, to be convinced Pharisee Paul is not of Christ, for he teaches to do what Christ orders not to do!

The seemingly good but evil people, for the people of the Lord were hanging around with them, voluntarily.    They were friends with the evil people, seemingly good but evil people.   But Christ is ready to fight against those seemingly good people, if his own believers do not send them away from them!   And that means those seemingly good people are actually evil people.   The Nicolaitans are evil people, for they have converted to the doctrine of Pharisee Paul, the anti-Christ.   The Lord knows who among Christendom is good but deceived (Rev. 18:4).   I know in my personal encounters with Christians who is a child of Hell and who is good but deceived by presenting them with the truth of Christ's gospel versus the gospel of Pharisee Paul, and if they still insist Pharisee Paul is of Christ then they are a child of Hell by reason of having converted to the doctrine of Pharisee Paul:

Matthew 23:15  Pharisees and their converts are children of Hell

Acts 23:6  I am a Pharisee and the son of a Pharisee

Philippians 3:4-6   ... I am a Pharisee ...    

The Nicolaitans embraced by Christ's followers did not appear outwardly evil because the believers in Christ embraced them.   They did not appear to be evil, they were okay to be around, friendly and so forth or else the Lord's people would not be hanging around with them.    But Christ says they are evil and he orders his people to send them away, and if they refuse to listen to Christ, then he will fight against those evil (but seemingly good) people.

As to the term, Nicolaitan (a Greek word):

"Nico means "conquer" in Greek, and laitan refers to lay people, or laity; hence, the word may be taken to mean "lay conquerors" or "conquerors of the lay people". "


http://www.princeton.edu/-achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Nicolaism.html
https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Nicolaism.html

Princeton University, Christian organizations, Wikipedia - none of them dare say that converts to Pharisee Paul's gospel are the Nicolaitans, or offer that the converts to Pharisee Paul's gospel may be the Nicolaitans even though there is ample evidence to postulate that Christ is referring to Paul converts as being the Nicolaitans:

Genesis 49:1, 49:27 ... in the last days ... Benjamin is as a wolf who devours his prey and divides the spoils

If one devours his prey, he has conquered his prey.  Nico-Conqueror - Benjamin is a conqueror of his prey in the last days.    Jacob's prophecy is that Benjamin conquers his prey in the last days.   Pharisee Paul is from the tribe of Benjamin:

Philippians 3:4-6  ... I am a Pharisee from the tribe of Benjamin

Spoils means goods.   The term 'the spoils of war', meaning the wealth that is gained from war.   Spoils means wealth, material things and Benjamin in the last days divides the spoils gained from their conquered prey:

Romans 15:27   I taught the Gentiles it is their duty to give us money

The evidence is there to lead to the conclusion that the Nicolaitans to whom Christ refers are the converts to Paul's gospel.   Benjamite wolf Paul conquered Gentiles with a false christ gospel, and divides the spoils - as he taught his conquered Gentile prey to turn over their money to the Pharisee false apostles.    Enough evidence exists, as stated above, to at least put forth the possibility that it is Pharisee Paul converts and their conquerors, the Pharisees, who are the Nicolaitans.  But never will Wikipedia, or any Christian organization, the corrupt theological departments of Yale, Harvard, Princeton and other universities ever permit such a thing to be stated in any of their publications.

The false apostle Pharisee Paul is the anti-Christ, claiming to be of Christ, claiming his doctrine is of Christ, but we see that Paul teaches doctrine that Christ hates (Rev. 2:15, 1 John 2:18-19).   Only the evil people love the gospel of Paul, for his doctrine is a hateful thing to those who love truth:

Obey Pharisee Paul:

Romans 7:19 ... I practice evil

Disobey Christ by saying that self-admitted evildoer Pharisee Paul is of Christ:

John 3:20   Evildoers hate the light

Obey Pharisee Paul:

2 Corinthians 10:6  Be ready to revenge all disobedience

Disobey Christ:

Matthew 10:16   ... be harmless as doves

Obey Pharisee Paul:

Romans 8:2   The law of the spirit in the life of Jesus Christ freed me from the law of sin and death [God's commandments]

Disobey Christ:

Matthew 5:17-20  ... teach and do God's commandments

Revelation 22:14   Blessed are those who do God's commandments...

Who is the first corrupter of the doctrine of Christ?  It is anti-Christ Pharisee Paul.  Do not follow Christ, follow me Pharisee Paul, I have the new christ.    

1 Corinthians 11:1   BE FOLLOWERS OF ME, EVEN AS I AM ALSO OF CHRIST

Be followers of Pharisee Paul, and here are his followers:

Matthew 7:22-23   MANY shall say to me in that day, but Lord Lord, we did many wonderful works in your name ... And I shall tell them, I never knew you.  Depart from me, workers of lawlessness

Romans 6:14   We are not under the law, we are under grace [the Paul converts are workers of lawless - no more law, grace]

Obey Pharisee Paul:

Ephesians 2:9  [Salvation is] Not of works, lest any man should boast

Disobey Christ:

Revelation 20:12-13  ... judged according to works ...  judged according to works

Obey Pharisee Paul:

Romans 6:14  We are not under the law ....

Disobey Christ:

Revelation 22:14   Blessed are those who do God's commandments [aka God's law]

How is Pharisee Paul, the self-admitted practitioner of evil, the self-admitted practitioner of eating food sacrificed to idols, a follower of Christ when Christ says:

John 3:20   Evildoers hate the light

Revelation 2:14 [paraphrasing] DO NOT EAT FOOD SACRIFICED TO IDOLS

Pharisee Paul, a self-admitted liar too:

Romans 3:7   If the truth of God is being spread by my lie, why am I judged a sinner

A liar, an evildoer, partakes of food sacrificed to idols, teaches his converts to revenge all disobedience, teaches his converts to pray to Satan to kill sinners (1 Cor. 5:1-5), teaches his converts not to follow God's law, but follow the so-called 'law of the spirit in the life of Jesus Christ' - how can Pharisee Paul be of Christ, when he tramples over the commands of Christ through his own commands in opposition to the commands of Christ?!   Only the blind children of Hell Paul converts cannot see that Paul is not of Christ, for they love lies and Pharisee Paul has the doctrine of lies for his converts, and the converts eat up the lies  (Rev. 22:15).

Christ does not know the Pharisee Paul converts, he never knew them, but they think Christ does know them (Matthew 7:22-23).    Christ knows his sheep and his sheep know him (John 10:14).    Paul converts are not sheep of Christ, they are blind children of Hell by reason of having converted to the doctrine of Pharisee Paul (the doctrine of the Nicolaitans), but they absolutely think they are the sheep of Christ.   Blind children of Hell to the bitter end as they argue with Christ in Heaven insisting he must know them, and Christ tells them he never knew them.

Seemingly good Christian Paul converts are actually evil because they prefer to believe the lies of Pharisee Paul over the truth of Christ.    Again, seemingly good people were embraced by the believers in Christ.   They appeared to be good, friendly, loving, but Christ is the Lord and he knows who is seemingly good but evil, and he called the Nicolaitans evil, for he commands his believers to send away from them the Nicolaitans, and if they did not obey Christ, then he would fight against those Nicolaitans.    

I have pointed out above some of the many commandments of Pharisee Paul that are in direct opposition to the commandments of Christ.   It is impossible to obey Christ and to obey Paul, for to obey Pharisee Paul is to disobey Christ, and to obey Christ is to disobey Pharisee Paul.

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