1 Corinthians 11:1 Be followers of me, even as I also am of Christ
Be followers of Paul, and trust that he is of Christ. Or be followers of Christ and put your faith in Christ. Paul beckons that everyone follows him. He does not say follow Christ, he says follow me, Paul, because I am of Christ.
If Paul is of Christ, then Paul is saying that Christ is Evil because the one whom Pharisee Paul serves in his works is Evil, and he is saying that in serving Evil he is of Christ and therefore Christ is Evil, according to Pharisee Paul. False apostle Paul serves Evil in his deeds and since he says he is of Christ, then Christ is Evil in Paul's dark world. Follow Paul, he is of Christ and to follow Paul one must give up following God's law in deed and start serving Evil in deed and then you are of Christ too, according to Pharisee Paul. Paul once did serve God in his deeds, so he says. Pharisee Paul says he kept all of God's law in his deeds without blame (Philippians 3:4-6).
Romans 7:25 I serve God's law in my mind and I serve Evil in my deeds
Romans 7:19 ... I am a practitioner of evil
Philippians 3:4-6 ... as touching the law, I am a Pharisee. As touching the righteousness that is in the law, blameless
To do good in one's deeds is to serve God and God is good. To do evil in one's deeds is to serve Satan and Satan is evil. Pharisee Paul says to do evil in one's deeds is to serve Christ and Christ is ... evil?
Romans 7:19 ... I am a practitioner of evil
Romans 7:25 ... I serve Evil in my deeds
Romans 7:25 should more accurately read that Paul serves evil in his deeds, since he says he is a practitioner of evil, rather than the more tame term 'sin'. Sin is not all the same, there is sin that leads to death and sin that does not lead to death (1 John 5:16, Matthew 5:19). Since false apostle Paul says he is a practitioner of evil, then it is proper to substitute the more tame term "sin" with the term "evil". Pharisee Paul serves Evil in his deeds.
To do evil in one's deeds is to serve Christ and Christ is evil, so says Pharisee Paul where he proclaims he is of Christ, instructs Gentiles (and Jews) to follow him and if one follows Pharisee Paul, they will become practitioners of evil in their deeds and hence be of Christ, so says Pharisee Paul.
Was Pharisee Paul serving God when he kept all of God's law in his deeds? And if the answer is Paul was serving God in his deeds when he kept all of God's law in his deeds, then how can it be said Pharisee Paul is serving God when he now says he serves Evil in his deeds? Unless one wants to contend that God is evil, then Pharisee Paul is not serving God the Father or God the Son in his deeds where he does evil in his deeds. But if one wants to contend that Christ is Evil, then they shall say Paul is serving Christ when he does evil in his deeds. Pharisee Paul says his ways are of Christ, and his ways are to serve Evil in his deeds, so Evil must be Christ, if one wants to believe Pharisee Paul that his Evil ways are in Christ. It can truthfully be said: Evil is of Satan. Anti-Christ Pharisee Paul teaches Evil is of Christ (1 Cor. 11:1, Romans 7:25). Pharisee Paul says he is serving Christ in his deeds by ceasing to voluntarily stop following God's law in his deeds, he is serving Christ by doing Evil in his deeds:
Philippians 3:7 But what things were gain to me [following all of God's law in his deeds], those I counted lost for Christ
So by serving Evil in his deeds, anti-Christ Pharisee Paul is serving Christ, so he says.
How sweet, Pharisee Paul voluntarily ceases following all of God's law in his deeds, without blame, in order to follow Christ by now being a practitioner of Evil (Romans 7:19).
Christianity is based upon a pathetically evil lying doctrine, riddled with self-contradictory teachings, so full of hypocrisy and lies; just goes to show a reason why the term is so wholly deserved for Christian Paul converts, that Christ calls them 'twice the child of Hell than Pharisees are' (Matthew 23:15). Only children of Hell Pharisees are masters at concocting evil lying doctrines, and only those who are twice the children of Hell than Pharisees are willing to believe in Pharisee doctrine (Matthew 23:15, Acts 23:6).
To keep the Gentile church lay as servile as possible to their church masters, the Gentiles were taught by false apostle Pharisee Paul that sexual sins were the worst sins a person could commit:
1 Corinthians 6:18 FLEE FORNICATION. Every other sin a man does is outside the body ... but he that commits fornication sins against his own body
Sins that a man can commit other than fornication includes the sin of blasphemy of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 12:32). Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is the only sin that God never forgives. Therefore, that a sin may be outside the body, as Paul claims, does warrant assurance that being a sin outside the body, such sin cannot possibly be as bad as committing fornication. Evil Pharisee Paul creates his own false, (and non-existent in the eyes of God), distinction of sin, that being sin against the body/sin outside body.
So there, once again, anti-Christ Pharisee Paul is shown to be the clown liar that he is. Flee fornication for it is a sin against the body, but as to all other sins, they are all outside the body and so no need to be overly concerned that one is sinning against the Holy Ghost. But if a sin against the body, then you are sinning against the Holy Ghost, so says anti-Christ Pharisee Paul. Christ says otherwise, stating that to blaspheme the Holy Spirit is the worst sin a man can commit and is the only unforgivable sin (Matthew 12:32).
As to Pharisee Paul's claim that any man's body is God's Temple, he is a liar. No man's body is the Temple of God. That the spirit of God may reside within the physical body of his own does not mean God views the body his spirit resides in as a Temple.
False apostle Pharisee Paul teaches his conquered Gentile church lay that sexual sins are the worst sins one can commit, making a lying distinction, a non-existent distinction in terms of relevance to God, that a sin outside the body is not as evil as a sin that is against one's body, and anti-Christ Pharisee Paul says that sins against one's body are the most grave of sins because:
1 Corinthians 7:19-20 ... your body is the Temple of the Holy Ghost ... glorify God in your body ....
Anti-Christ Paul says to commit fornication is to not glorify God in your body. What about the evil deeds Paul practices that are of a non-sexual nature, that is glorifying God in his body? And why should Pharisee Paul make a distinction between sexual sins and all other evil deeds done outside the body, as if such sins done "outside the body" do not interfere with glorifying God in one's body.
God is good. But is God evil?
Romans 7:19 ... I am a practitioner of evil
Romans 7:25 I serve God's law in my mind and I serve Evil in my deeds
So where pied piper anti-Christ Jew Paul beckons to Gentiles, follow me, my ways are in Christ, and the anti-Christ's ways are to use his body to serve Evil, then Paul is saying that serving Evil is serving Christ.
To the lovers of Paul's lies, the Christian leaders and Christian lay who stand behind Paul, they cannot see that Paul's lies are lies. The lovers of lies claim lies are truth and believe lies are truth (Romans 3:7). And Pharisee Paul's gospel being riddled with lies, self-contradicting teachings, it is just the thing lovers of lies go for, and the lovers of lies then claim and truly believe that Paul's lies are truth, that liar Paul is of Christ (Matthew 7:22-23).
Who is Pharisee Paul actually serving where in reality he brings into the world the lusts of Satan through the evil deeds Paul commits and he keeps the reality of good that is God's will to have people do in their deeds locked up in his mind, not bringing good into reality through his deeds? Is it not reality that counts, what is done in deed, not in mind?
The one son said to his father who asked him to go work in the field, I shall not go father. And the other son said to his father who asked him to go work in the field, I will go. The minds spoke their will, I will not go says the one son, I will go, says the other son. Did the latter son serve his father's will where he obeyed his father's command in mind, but did not carry through with his father's command in deed? Did the first son serve his father's will where he refused to obey in mind, but did in fact carry out in his deed his father's command by going to work in the field? Christ says it is the first son who did the will of God (Matthew 21:28-32). And Christ says the second son did not do the will of the father. Once again showing the founder of Christianity to be a liar where he claims he is a true apostle of Christ, but yet the master he serves in his works is not Christ, but is evil, evil is Paul's master and Satan is Evil. To not do the will of the Father in deed is to not do the will of the Father.
And I interject here to once again reiterate that false apostle Pharisee Paul says he kept all of God's law in his deeds without blame, therefore it is a lie of Pharisee Paul in Romans 7:16-25 that there is such a thing as a law of sin that keeps people from being able to follow God's law in their deeds. And I add, Pharisee Paul is a liar, he never did keep God's law in his deeds, he is of Satan (as Christ says all Pharisees are of Satan, John 8:44 and Paul is a Pharisee, Acts 23:6, 26:5, Philippians 3:5):
Philippians 3:4-6 ... as touching the law, I am a Pharisee. As touching the righteousness that is in the law, BLAMELESS
Pharisee Paul kept all of God's law in his deeds without blame; and Pharisee Paul cannot keep all of God's law in his deeds because of the boogie man law of sin that dwells in all flesh since the fall of Adam, as Paul claims (Romans 7:16-25). Free to be duped suckers, and all Gentiles and Jews who believe in Paul's lying gospel are lovers of a lie (Rev. 22:15, Romans 3:7).
The master of Christians kept all of God's law in his deeds; and the master of Christians voluntarily gave up following all of God's law in his deeds to follow Christ, Paul's version of events which he contradicts by stating that he could never could keep all of God's law in his deeds because his flesh is captive to the law of sin (Romans 7:23). Amazing that the Christians embrace Paul, only a child of Hell would embrace Paul's lie and claim his lie is truth, and that is exactly what Christian leaders and Christian lay do. To the few good but deceived, come out of Christianity and follow the Way in Matthew and John's writings (Rev. 18:4).
Once again, the false apostle Paul exposed for the lying hypocrite that he is. Instructing Gentile church lay that they must glorify God in their body by doing good, but Paul claims he is of Christ in doing Evil in his body and relegates serving God's law to his mind, as he proclaims (Romans 7:25). His mind loves God's law, his body loves Evil.
Christians, and many Jews who speak against Christianity but do not believe in Christ, say that Christ states that the very thought of doing an evil deed is committing the evil deed.
So if one sees a married woman that is not his wife and he lusts for her with his eyes, Christ says he has committed adultery with her in his heart. And many take that to believe Christ is saying that adultery in the heart is breaking God's law, just as adultery in deed is breaking God's law.
But that is not the case. Christ says, help us in our hour of temptation.
To tempt someone is to entice them to do something, and the tempting comes from without and the tempting can arise within one's own heart. The deed one is tempted to do may be evil, or may not be evil. But just as one may be tempted to eat food that shall make them fat, but if they do not give into their temptation, they shall not be fattened up by the food they were tempted to eat, but did not eat so too a man who is tempted to take another man's wife has not taken her in works if he never carries though in works (deed) his temptation in his heart to have her.
Matthew 18:8 Wherefore, if your hand or foot offends you ....
meaning if your hand or foot causes you to carry out the evil deed you are tempted to do in your heart
Matthew 18:8 ... cut them off and cast them aside ....
Matthew 18:8 ... it is better to enter life maimed then to have a whole body yet be cast into the everlasting lake of fire
Explicitly Christ is stating that temptation to do evil is not the evil deed itself and that God does not hold one guilty for being tempted in one's heart to do evil. One can be tempted to do evil 24/7, but if for fear of God, for love of God, they do not actually do in their works any of the evil they are tempted to do in their heart, then God does not hold them guilty. There is no guilt where works of evil were not performed. To think of evil in one's heart is not the same as doing evil in one's works, which is clearly illustrated as being the truth in Matthew 18:6-9 and 6:9-13 where help is available from God in one's hour of temptation, but if the temptation in the heart to do evil is to do the work of evil, then what help from God in the hour of temptation where the temptation is deemed the evil work itself one is tempted to do?! But we see Christ says there is help from God in one's hour of temptation, and therefore being tempted in the heart to do evil is not deemed by God the act of performing an evil work in one's deeds.
Christianity relies heavily on the lying interpretation of Christ's statement regarding temptation in the heart, claiming Christ set a new standard for righteousness that is wholly unobtainable by people because most everyone has occasion to be tempted to do evil within their own heart, or as the Christians would maintain, that everyone has occasion to be tempted to do evil in their own heart.
Therefore, based on Pharisee Paul's doctrine, the whole flesh and blood body is filth yet walking the earth, a mass of filth that is needing to be wiped out of God's creation forever (1 Cor. 15:50). The Christians ride above their filthy bodies by living in the spirit, not the sinful flesh, so says false apostle Paul. They are to mortify their flesh while on earth, such teaching of Paul being the Christian basis for self-flagellation. Bring that evil filthy flesh under control by self-flagellation, a common practice in the Roman Catholic religion.
But Christianity's interpretation of what Christ means relative to men (and women) being tempted to do evil is not a true interpretation, and I back up my contention based on the solid evidence of Christ's doctrine that one who is tempted to offend a child, should that one remove the ability to carry out the deed, he shall not go to the everlasting lake of fire. One can mentally exercise restraint against doing evil the heart is tempted to do, or actually remove from their body the means to carry out the deed they seek to do, but who that is willing to believe Christ would go that far to remove a body part in order to prevent them from doing evil? I venture that no one would go that far, but Christ is not lying, he never lies - it is better to lose an eye, lose a hand and enter the next life lame, then keep both eyes, both hands and wind up in the everlasting lake of fire, because with two eyes, with two hands, you were able to carry out evil deeds; but without same, you were unable to carry out evil deeds. Shows just how serious the Holy God views the matter of people doing evil deeds. It does not cut it with God, people. There shall be no thief, no adulterer, no murderer, no idolater, no one who loves lies, no one who makes lies, no sexual pervert in God's kingdom with men, when God shall dwell with them forever and the increase in the Lord's government never ends because there is never an end to flesh and blood men and women bearing children and immortality in all flesh and a man's life shall be more precious than gold.
What Christ states in Matthew 18:6-9 is absolute proof that it is the act in one's deed that is the works upon which they are judged by God, not the acts in one's heart (to be tempted in the heart to do evil) that are the works upon which one is judged upon. And on that truth, the false premise of Christendom is shown to be the lie that it is, and that lie of Christendom is that Christ set a new standard for righteousness that is wholly unobtainable
by people because Christ says to be tempted in the heart to do evil is the same as performing in deed the evil one is tempted to do in the heart.
Revelation 20:12-13 ... and the books were opened ... and everyone was judged according to their works ... judged according to their works
Christ says it twice, judged according to their works. To speak at a church pulpit to say Christ says everyone is judged according to their works, and Paul says no one is judged according to their works, and both statements are allegedly from the risen and ascended into Heaven Christ, then which statement shall one believe, is to be never again welcome to speak at the pulpit. And in fact, if you do not shut up about Paul being a false apostle, you are ostracized from the church.
Two men, one John the other Paul, both claim to be speaking testimony from the risen and ascended into Heaven Christ, but they speak opposing statements claimed to be of Christ, so either Paul is a liar, or John is a liar (or the third alternative both of them are liars, for the skeptics out there). Both statements cannot be true:
Ephesians 2:9 Not of works, so that no man can boast
Revelation 20:12-13 ... everyone was judged according to their works ....
But to bring up the foregoing before a church is to quickly become an unwelcome in that church, and one who may be hunted down for conversion to Paul. But should you insist on rejecting Paul, no church will want you around.
Matthew 6:9-13 Our Father in Heaven, holy is your name. Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven ... HELP US IN OUR HOUR OF TEMPTATION and deliver us from the Evil One for yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever
What help to be given if the very act of being tempted is the deed (aka the work)? The deeds, aka the works, are what God judges people on. God does not judge people at the day of judgment based on what they were tempted to do.
What if a person died in their evil works? Christ shall open the books and see that person did evil works, shall they automatically go to the everlasting lake of fire? That is where God's fairness and mercy comes in. Fairness and mercy to those who, but for lack of knowing of God, would have ceased doing evil deeds. Christ says it will be tolerable for the men of Sodom at judgment because he knows they would have stopped doing evil if they saw the miracles of Christ (Matthew 11:20-24). That makes Jude a lying writing of Pharisees. Jude says Sodom suffers eternal fire. Christ says judgment shall be tolerable for Sodom. What is a tolerable outcome at the day of God's judgment of mankind? Knowing there are only two outcomes for all of mankind, life with God or eternal punishment with Satan in the fire, then the only tolerable outcome is life with God and therefore Christ is saying the men of Sodom shall receive life with God because he knows they would have stopped doing evil had they seen Christ's miracles.
There is Christ declaring that the one who seeks to offend a child (he is tempted in his heart to do evil to a child), but casts off the means to carry out any offense in his deeds, then he shall escape the everlasting lake of fire (Matthew 18:6-9). But one need not cast off the means to carry out an evil deed in order to be held by God as guiltless for being tempted to do evil in one's heart, he need only not carry through in his body the act of committing an evil deed he is tempted to do in his heart. But if one must go as far as to remove from his body the ability to carry out an evil deed, Christ says it is better to lose a part or parts of one's body in order to not do an evil deed than to keep your whole body and end up in the everlasting lake of fire because you used your body to commit the evil acts you thought of in your heart.
There is Christ declaring help is to be had in one's hour of temptation, to keep one safe from Satan for the reason that God's kingdom is the only power and glory forever and ever. Tempted to do evil in your heart, stop and think before you carry out that evil work, because to do evil works is to do the lusts of Satan, and Satan is not going to be around forever, only God's kingdom is forever. Those who never would cease doing evil are of Satan. Satan's kingdom will be destroyed in time (Rev. 20:10, Matthew 25:41).
Christ the Shepard and only Shepard of followers of the Way, and he gave his own a prayer to recite daily, and when one keeps the words of the Lord's prayer in mind that God's kingdom is the only power and glory forever and ever, Christ brings to mind what is really at stake when one thinks to go ahead and do an evil work that he is tempted to do in his heart:
ETERNAL LIFE WITH GOD, that is what is at stake
Matthew 6:9-13 ... Help us in our hour of temptation and deliver us from the Evil One for yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever
And if you truly belief on Christ, that your eternal destination hinges on whether you do in works the evil temptation in your heart, then you will say I shall not carry out this evil work that I am tempted in heart do to, because evil is of Satan and there will be no more kingdom of Satan around because God's kingdom is the only everlasting kingdom. And thus the help from God in the hour of temptation, tempted to do an evil work in response to a temptation to do evil in the heart, think again because all who never would cease doing evil have no eternal life, they face eternal condemnation in the everlasting lake of fire (Matthew 25:41).
But if you believe upon Pharisee Paul's gospel, then you say, it is sin in my flesh that is causing me to be tempted in my heart, and once tempted in the heart, I am guilty of the sin I am thinking of doing, (since Christians claim Christ says temptation to do evil is the same as committing the evil in works), so why not carry through with the evil in deed that I am tempted to do in my heart? Or they may say, we all do evil in our deeds, we cannot help but do evil because everyone has sin dwelling in them so go ahead and do the evil deed in your works, we are all under sin any way, no one can expect this sinful flesh to follow God's law.
Paul reserved his law of sin for whom he wanted same to apply (Romans 7:16-25). For Paul, the law of sin applies to him, and therefore Paul is not to blame for the evil deeds Paul does. But Paul does not permit his law of sin to apply to a man who commits a sexual act Paul deems to be worthy of death. Paul does not allow blame for the man's sexual act to be placed upon the law of sin, and he murders the man in punishment for the sexual act.
Romans 7:19-20 ... I am a practitioner of evil. Now when I do deeds that I do not want to do, then it is not me doing such deed, it is sin in my flesh doing such deed
1 Corinthians 5:2-5 ... mourn [for that man] ... for I have judged that man concerning the deed he did ... hand him over to Satan for the destruction of his flesh ....
What a whopper of a lie from Pharisee Paul that the Christians swallow, which lie goes as follows: If Paul's mind does not agree with an evil deed he does, then it is not Paul who did his evil deed, it is the law of sin who took over Paul's body and did the evil deed Paul does with his body; and being that the law of sin took over his body to do the evil deed, then Paul is not to be held guilty for doing the deed Paul did in his body.
The Christian leaders will never go there to expose the law of sin as being an absolute lie, never expose Paul for being the hypocrite liar he is in his gospel. If Paul were to become widely deemed among Christians to be a false apostle, then Christendom would fall apart and it would be just a matter of time before it would be completely gone from the earth. Christendom is founded on Paul, not Christ. Take Paul and his fellow Pharisees' writings out of the equation and Christendom does not exist.
Did the man that Paul murders for committing what Paul deemed an act worthy of death (a sexual act) ever put up the argument that his mind did not agree with his act, and therefore he was not guilty of doing the act? Judging by Paul's word, it would seem the Gentile church lay were confident in Romans 7:19-20 as being applicable to them too, not just Pharisee Paul. And the evil anti-Christ calls the Gentile lay's confidence in Paul's teaching in Romans 7:19-20 "being puffed up":
1 Corinthians 5:1-5 It is reported there is fornication among you ... And you are puffed up, and not have rather MOURNED [because I'm sentencing to death the man who fornicated]
Mourn you puffed up Gentile church lay, says false apostle Pharisee Paul. Did you think you had safety to fornicate based on my teaching in my letter to the Romans at 7:19-20?
Paul judges the man in Paul's absence from his Gentile church lay in Corinth. Anti-Christ Pharisee Paul never hears any testimony from the man who did the sexual act to determine whether he was under control of Paul's law of sin, and therefore not guilty, when the sexual act was committed.
To lay blame for one's evil deeds upon sin in the flesh is reserved for Paul only and those who Paul shall allow to be placed under the safety net of Romans 7:19-20 when they do evil deeds. Hands off that man, he did not do that evil deed of fornication, that was sin in his flesh. The man said he did not want to do the deed, and that means sin in flesh must have done the evil deed; or the man said he did want to do the deed and so sin in his flesh is not to be blamed for the man's evil deed. There is no settling of that crucial question in order to establish guilt of the man under Paul's doctrine. The Gentile lay are not even afforded the protections they think they have coming to them under their master Paul's doctrine. But then the Gentile lay in Corinth probably did not get to see their master's letter to the Jews:
Hebrews 10:26-27 Sin willfully after knowing the truth and you are forever condemned
Which statement is yet another self-contradictory statement, for apparently Pharisee Paul holds the Corinth man guilty of a sexual act based on the man's mind not disagreeing with the sexual act his body committed.
After all, if the man's mind was opposed to his sexual act, then Paul should have let him live because Paul teaches that where a Christian opposes in mind an evil deed he commits in the flesh, then he is not responsible for doing his evil deed, it is the law of sin that commits his evil deed (Romans 7:19-20). Therefore the man in Corinth is charged by Paul as having committing a willful sin and he says those who commit willful sins are forever condemned. But in 1 Corinthians 5:1-5, he says a Christian who committed a willful sin might be saved by God at judgment if Satan kills his body.
Never hearing testimony from the man himself, Paul in absence from the Corinth church congregation he speaks to renders his judgment of death upon the man, based on rumors that the man committed a deviant sexual act. "It is reported" that there is fornication among you, and without any investigation whatsoever, Paul tells them that though he is absent in body from them, he judges the man who is rumored to have committed a sexual act, and Paul deems that sexual act is worthy of death and so sentences the man to death.
Pharisee Pau's gospel is the Pharisees' law of sin and death. Christianity is a lying religion that claims grace, no more law and then brings death to those who break the laws of Jew Pharisee Paul. No more law, but the Pharisee does invent a law, which he says replaces God's law:
Romans 8:2 For the law of the spirit of life in Jesus Christ freed me from the law of sin and death
The evil Pharisees in the gospel of Paul separated a man's spirit from his body with regard to a man doing evil deeds, claiming that the body is under control of the law of Sin, the spirit of the man remains in control of the man, and so too the mind of the man remains in control of the man. But the body is taken over by the law of sin, and the law of sin is a thinking thing that has a will to do evil and causes the body to do the evil the law of sin desires to do. Under Paul's doctrine, a Christian is only guilty of doing an evil work if he agreed with the evil work in his mind (Romans 7:19-20), but in practice, the evil Pharisee Paul brings death to his Gentile prey for doing evil, without giving any consideration to whether the evildoer agreed in his mind to do the evil deed he performed, where such weight should be given because if the Christian says his mind did not agree with doing the evil deed he committed, then he is to be held guiltless, it is the law of sin in his flesh that is to be blamed (Romans 7:19-20).
Since the Gentile lay were "puffed up" (Paul mocking them for relying on Romans 7:19-20), he is acknowledging that the Gentile church lay were believing that when they do evil deeds, so long as their mind opposes such deeds, then they are not guilty of committing the evil deeds that they do (Romans 7:19-20). The Corinth Gentile church lay had no reason to fear fornication rumors among them, so they thought.
But along comes their master Paul, and it has reached his ears that his Gentile prey in Corinth are rumored to be committing prohibited sexual acts. And he blasts them by letter, and he judges a man from a distance, and no hearing, no testimony from the man to see whether he should be cleared of all charges pursuant to Romans 7:19-20, spirit traveler Paul journeys in spirit to Corinth, his spirit judges the man and the judgment rendered is death.
You are puffed up and you should be mourning, says Pharisee Paul. Better start mourning for that beloved Christian brother of yours, Gentile lay of Corinth, because that man you think is safe from harm because of Romans 7:19-20, I am handing him over to Satan for Satan to kill him.
Pharisees kept a whip to their Gentile church lay, making sure that sexual sins among their Gentile church lay were severely dealt with. The Pharisees did not want an atmosphere of sexual abandon among the Gentile church lay, which is a natural outcome from believing that when your mind does not go along with an evil deed, but your body commits the evil deed any way, then you are not guilty because in your mind you did not want to commit the evil works you committed in your works (Romans 7:19-20). The Pharisees wanted the Gentiles to turn over their money to their church rulers, dedicate all of their time and work to the church (the reason Pharisee Paul taught Gentiles that unmarried men and unmarried women are the most holy among the Christians, 1 Cor. 7:1, 7:34 - the origin of celibacy for Catholic priests and nuns - so that they would dedicate all their time to the cause of the church), to mortify their flesh at all times, and to obey and submit themselves to their church rulers and government rulers (Hebrews 13:17, Romans Ch. 13, Titus 3:1-3). To be ever mindful that they should wish to die as soon as possible so that they can get a new body (2 Cor. 5:4).
Christianity, spiritual masters over Gentile slaves started by Pharisees over Gentiles and claimed to be of Christ. The Jew Pharisees teach their Gentile church lay to wish to die (2 Cor. 5:4). Do not get married if you want to be holy before God (1 Cor. 7:1, 7:34), give your money to the Pharisees (Romans 15:27); obey and submit to the church rulers (Hebrews 13:17); obey and submit to all in government (Romans Ch, 13). And people wonder why all the Egyptian symbolism in the Roman Catholic church, in Freemasonry - it is because the Roman Catholic church and Freemasonry are of the Pharisees and they mock the Gentile church lay, the Gentile elite who believe in their Freemason doctrine by placing their Egyptian symbolism everywhere, and the deceived elite of Freemasons and deceived Gentile church lay are oblivious to the real meaning of that symbolism.
The real meaning is that Jew Pharisees turned the tables on Gentiles, even upon the most elite among them, making the Gentiles their slaves, just as Jews were once slaves to Gentiles of Egypt:
Revelation 18:23 For by your sorceries, all of the nations were deceived
It is the woman who brings the sorceries upon the kings of the earth, and upon all others of the earth and she deceives them thereby and the woman is the Pharisees' empire, the Roman Catholic church.
Sorceries are evil lying doctrines. Some of the Pharisees' evil lying sorceries are as follows:
1. The Talmud
2. Gospel of Paul/Saul of Tarsus (including Mark, Luke, 1 and 2 Peter, Book of Acts, James and Jude)
3. The Book of Jubilees
4. The Mishnah
5. The Koran
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