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by Benjamin Munsell on June 20, 2020

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Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in Me. John 14:1. The Lord knows exactly what He is saying and exactly what He means with anything He says. This verse will condemn a person with a lazy attitude, and at the same time it will Justify a person with a Heart FOR Christ. This lazy attitude has condemned millions of souls into Hell because deceived preachers preach, "Sign the card, join the church, get a job in that church, and you will spend eternity with Christ, in Heaven". Not one of those people will be able to say, "I didn't know, someone deceived me". No excuse will stand on Judgment Day. These deceived people GENERALLY are looking for a cheap "easy-believism" with only a small desire for The Truth. I emphasize here "generally" because all True Believers COME OUT OF DECEPTION as they Truly Seek for The Truth, AND FIND IT. The Lord doesn't try to trip up a person by writing a verse that can be taken two different ways, no, He writes that verse to literally SEPARATE THE SHEEP FROM THE GOATS. Those with a Heart's Attitude FOR Christ, WILL FIND HIM. And those who don't, won't. Again, this is not about just one verse condemning a man to Hell, but that verse Revealing a Heart Attitude of Laziness, or one of Seeking Truth. Lazy people have rewritten the Bible in major ways to create a god of their own making. Then they feel justified preaching to their followers the cheap lies and deceptions THEY ALL WANT TO BELIEVE. All followers want the same thing their leader preaches, UNTIL THE HOLY SPIRIT SHINES THE LIGHT OF TRUTH ON THEM AND THEY SEE THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS. This is where Repentance unto Forgiveness and Salvation, steps in. As a man reads the Bible, the Law will Condemn him revealing his traveling down the wide road to Hell. If he has a Heart For Christ, Grace and Mercy step in unto Salvation. (Read this Carefully). The Bible teaches Truth, AND deception, depending on your Heart's Cry. Will you cry out for Truth, and, Be Blessed? 

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