DO NOT FOLLOW A PHARISEE!

PAUL: I SERVE SIN



Romans 7:25   I serve God's law in my mind and serve sin in my flesh


The false apostle Paul, a Pharisee, says he is a servant of sin.   Pharisee Paul claims that all flesh is captive to a so-called "law of sin":


Romans 7:23  I see a law in my flesh warring against the law in my mind and bringing me into captivity to the law of sin which is in my flesh


Theologians, aka the children of Hell Pharisee Paul converts, speak of  the above as being the problem of indwelling sin.  They say all flesh is captive to the law of sin, as proclaimed by Pharisee Paul, and therefore Christ died to remove the law of God because no flesh can follow God's law being all flesh is captive to the law of sin.     The children of Hell theologians overlook where Paul says he kept all of God's law blamelessly.   Pharisee Paul says he has all right to be confident in the flesh:


Philippians 3:4-6   Though I might also have confidence in the flesh [as I am] ... circumcised the eighth day, of the stock of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin, a Hebrew of Hebrews and as touching the law, a Pharisee ... as touching the righteousness that is in the law, blameless


Philippians 3:7  But what things were gain for me, I count as a loss for Christ


Pharisee Paul gives up being righteous by following God's law, in order to serve evil in his deeds and he does so all for the sake of Christ.  For the sake of Christ, he no longer knows how to do good, he does evil.  Paul was blameless in keeping all of God's law, he says, but now proclaims all flesh is captive to the law of sin and cannot help but serve sin:


Romans 7:19  I do not know how to do good.  I do evil


Pharisee Paul never did follow God's law, as Christ says Pharisees are of Satan.  But here we see Pharisee Paul claims he was blameless before God's law, kept it all.   Yet, the children of Hell theologians over the many centuries believe true that there exists the problem of indwelling sin according to Pharisee Paul's teaching in Romans 7:16 through 7:25.  For many centuries now, the children of Hell Christian theologians have given many lectures and written many book on the subject of indwelling sin, and yet indwelling sin - the so-called law of sin aka the problem of alleged indwelling of sin (sin in the flesh),  is all a lie for there is no such thing as a law of sin.


Who to believe, Pharisee Paul or Christ:


John 8:34  Christ answered [the Pharisees] saying, verily verily I say to you that whoever commits sin is the servant of sin


In other words, whoever does evil is the servant of evil, not a servant of God.    Pharisee Paul claims he is a servant of evil and a servant of God, impossible.  One cannot do evil and be a servant of God.  Those who do evil are servants of Satan.  Those who do evil hate the light (John 3:20).  Those who do evil are not of God (3 John 1:11).


By sin in the context of John 8:34, Christ is speaking of sin that leads to death, evil deeds.   There are people of God who receive eternal life with God who broke the least of God's commandments and taught others to do the same (Matthew 5:19).  John, a true apostle of Christ, speaks the same as Christ speaks in Matthew 5:19, saying there is sin that leads to death and sin that does not lead to death (1 John 5:16).   Christ says evildoers are servants of evil, not servants of God.  Pharisee Paul says he is an evildoer, and claims to be a servant of God:

John 8:38  I speak that which I have seen with my Father, and you [Pharisees] do that which you have seen with your father

Romans 7:19  I do not know how to do good.  I do evil


Pharisees do that which Satan does, evil deeds.   Those who are of Christ are not servants of evil, doing that which is of Satan, who is the first murderer and liar:

John 8:34-36   ... whoever commits sin [evil] is the servant of sin [evil].  And the servant does not abide in the house forever, but the Son abides forever.  If the Son therefore shall make you free, you shall be free indeed


Christ said whoever abides in his words shall be free:

John 8:31-32  Then Christ said to those Jews who believed on him, if you continue in my word, then you are my disciples indeed, and you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free


Then Pharisees who heard Christ say the above spoke up saying, we are of Abraham and never were the slaves of any man, why then do you say you shall be free (John 8:32).   Christ explains to the Pharisees that servants of sin (evil) are not free, and that servants of evil shall not abide with the Son.

Christ does not say, if you abide by Paul's words, you shall be free!  Christ spoke all of the words  necessary to enable those who hear to believe and be made totally free, if they continue to abide by Christ's words.  The disciples of Christ are those who hear and do Christ's words, not those who hear and do Pharisee Paul's words!

Christ declares that Pharisee Paul is not a disciple of Christ for Paul is a servant of evil:

Romans 7:25  I serve God's law in my mind and serve sin in my flesh [deeds]

Romans 7:19  I do not know how to do good.  I do evil

John 8:34-36  Whoever commits sin [evil] is the servant of [evil].  And the servant does not abide in the house forever, but the Son abides forever.  If the Son shall make you free, then you shall be free indeed

The Son of God makes people free, if they abide in Christ's words.   The false apostle Pharisee Paul makes people children of Hell who abide by Paul's doctrine.   Christ has the words of eternal life.  Pharisee Paul has the words that lead to the lake of fire.

Servants of evil are not servants of God, says Christ.  A servant of sin (evil) does not abide in the house forever, but those who are servants of the Son abide forever, are the truly free ones.  And by sin, Christ means evil, not breaking the least of God's commandments such as the prohibition upon Jews to not eat anything from water that does not have fins and scales:

Matthew 5:19  Whosoever shall break the least of God's commandments and teach others to do the same shall be called Least in the kingdom of Heaven.   But whosoever shall teach and do God's commandments shall be called Great in the kingdom of Heaven

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


1 John 5:16   If any man sees his brother sin a sin that is not unto death, he shall ask and he shall give him life that sin not unto death.  There is sin unto death and I do not say that he shall pray for it


The one who gives life to those who commit sins that do not lead to death is Christ, for Christ is forgiving and merciful.  Christ does not hold the least of God's commandments above the eternal destination of a soul, because God loves people and the law was given by God so that people act right among each other.   As to the least of God's commandments, the Jews were set apart by God as the ones to whom he made himself known and he became their God and they became his people and he gives them a place of honor among mankind; the least of God's commandments are ordinances for Jews to observe and in so observing, Jews show their loyalty and dedication to God.  That is why Christ says all of Heaven will call Great those who taught and kept God's commandments, and all of Heaven will call Least those who broke the least of God's commandments and taught others to do the same.

Matthew 22:37-40  ... love the Lord your God with all of your heart, soul and mind.   This is the first and greatest commandment.  And the second is like unto it, you shall love your neighbor as yourself.  On these two commandments hang all of the law and the prophets

The false apostle Pharisee Paul ends up in the lake of fire and so do his converts (Matthew 7:22-23, Romans 6:14).  He is servant of evil, a self-proclaimed evildoer.  He does that which he has seen from his father, Satan (John 8:38).   He is the anti-Christ and his converts are the many anti-Christs (1 John 2:18).  Pharisee Paul brought the doctrine of lawlessness to the world, proclaiming that a so-called "law of the spirit in the life of Jesus Christ" replaced God's commandments (Romans 8:2).  In Colossians 2:14, Pharisee Paul declares that Christ nailed the law of God to the cross.   Who to believe Christ or Paul:

Matthew 5:17  Do not think that I have come to do away with the law ... until Heaven and earth pass away, not any of God's law shall pass away


Heaven and earth still exist, and will continue to exist throughout Christ's one thousand year reign on earth; therefore the law still exists.  Christ said teach and do God's commandments, and in Heaven speaks the same as on earth while he walked the earth, in the flesh:

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














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