Should We Love The Ungodly?
The ‘Unconditional Love’ Cult
There is a belief that has invaded our churches and in our secular life. This belief subverts our social order, it ungodly and unconstitutional. Yet, the churches, the media, the educational system and our government says that it’s good. This belief was started in the churches by those who are the modern day Pharisees.
This belief is that of ‘unconditional love’ and ‘unconditional forgiveness.’
Oh, it sounds so good; how can anyone be against this? This sounds so Christian. In fact you hear it a lot from those who call themselves Christians.
If we develop a society that demands love and forgiveness for everything and everybody, then we totally destroy all laws. We make evil triumph over good; we destroy the concept of justice; we release prisoners early who had done horrendous crimes and we replace them with people who had done no crime.
The word revolution comes from the word revolt, a casting off of allegiance. When we refuse to accept God’s laws and judgement. It bring about an end to all forms of discrimination, friend or enemy, for better or worse. When the the laws demand that we love unconditional, they are asking us to surrender unconditionally to our enemy.
Let’s see what God himself has to say about this:
Seek good, and not evil, that ye may live: and so the LORD, the God of hosts, shall be with you, as ye have spoken. (Amo 5:14)
Hate the evil, and love the good, and establish judgment in the gate: it may be that the LORD God of hosts will be gracious unto the remnant of Joseph. (Amo 5:15)
The word ‘gate’ means government: city, state or federal government. Here we read that we ARE to hate and love the good. We are told why – in that we can ‘establish judgement or justice in the government’ (gate). Ask yourself, do we have justice? And the answer is no. Could it just be that we ‘love everything?’
And Jehu the son of Hanani the seer went out to meet him, and said to king Jehoshaphat, Shouldest thou help the ungodly, and love them that hate the LORD? therefore is wrath upon thee from before the LORD. (2Ch 19:2)
When we have unconditional love that means that we love those who hate God. When we do this, the wrath of God is upon us. You can see this in our land today and that is because we are told to love everyone.
Ye that love the LORD, hate evil: he preserveth the souls of his saints; he delivereth them out of the hand of the wicked. (Psa 97:10)
If you really love the LORD, we would hate evil. How many times have you heard ‘pious’ Christians say they don’t hate anyone? Well, maybe they don’t as they give aid and comfort to those who hate Christ. A prime example is when the churches put up the Muslim invaders and house and feed them.
Do not I hate them, O LORD, that hate thee? and am not I grieved with those that rise up against thee? (Psa 139:21)
I hate them with perfect hatred: I count them mine enemies. (Psa 139:22)
Here we read of David hates those who hate God and there is, apparently, a ‘perfect hatred.’ Now, I’ve heard an otherwise conservative Christian who knows about the New World Order say, “Well, this is David saying that, not God.” Do you see how they twist Scripture to make it fit their beliefs? Yes, Kind David said that, BUT did God reprimand him? NO! Was King David cursed right after this? NO! We are to hate those who hate Yahweh, God. You can see how sick society is today because THEY DON’T hate those who hate God.
We are to love our personal enemy when it’s non-religious or non-moral; put this is for petty difference. This is where we are ‘to turn the other cheek.’ We are not to create any malicious but rise above personal grievousness.
The idea that we have been all created equal is the source of egalitarianism. Now, this is easy to establish if we eliminate all of God’s Laws, Statues, and Judgements. This has to be eliminated first in order to for people to believe in egalitarianism.
Many people who talk about ‘unconditional love’ are not even Christian. This should tell you something. You see this ‘unconditional’ stuff being pushed by groups or individuals who are proud of being non-Christians and this teaching is found in what is called New Age books and workshops (though they have done away with that name, it’s still the same thing that we had in the 1970s). But even Christians who read books like: The Shack and A Course in Miracles are taken in by this. Yet, it is the ‘unconditional love’ and ‘unconditional forgiveness’ being mouthed by those who are welcoming in the heathen and savage Muslims who are committing all sorts of crime when they get to Europe and North America. They say we must accept them. If they commit a crime, we are told, “We must have tolerance. After all, this is OK for them to do this in their culture. We must forgive them for any crime they commit – even if it’s rape.”
‘Forgive your trespasses’ is the automatic response from those who love everybody including their evil. ‘Trespasses’ here has nothing to do with the laws, statues and judgements of God. ‘Trespass’ means a deviation or an unintentional error – look up the meaning of this word.
Let love be without dissimulation. Abhor that which is evil; cleave to that which is good. (Rom 12:9)
We are to hate evil. What is evil? Its the breaking of the Laws of God. If you love everything, that includes loving the hate. But if we love God, we have to hate that which is evil. In other words, God tells us what we should love AND what we should hate; He sets the definition of words.
Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not. (Rom 12:14)
We are not to curse our neighbors. This, obviously, is not those who hate our God, for those who want non-Christian laws of the land or those who practice such laws. Case in point. A Sodomite that is our neighbor. Are we to love him? Well, what did God do to Sodom and Gomorrah? Does that sound like we should go up and hug them?
Sin is transgression of the Law. In order not to sin we must have God’s Laws, Statues and Judgements.
Recompense to no man evil for evil. Provide things honest in the sight of all men. (Rom 12:17)
If a man does evil to us and we do not treat him according to God’s Laws, then we are treating evil with evil. Example, if a man commits murder and he is tried and found guilty and we put him in prison for six years, we are recompensing him ‘evil for evil.’ Giving a man 6 years (or whatever amount) is not what God told us to do. He told us to execute him so that his blood is shed.
Seeing thou hatest instruction, and castest my words behind thee. (Psa 50:17)
Do we not hate instruction when we have judgements that are contrary to God’s ways? We sure do.
When thou sawest a thief, then thou consentedst with him, and hast been partaker with adulterers. (Psa 50:18)
Thou givest thy mouth to evil, and thy tongue frameth deceit. (Psa 50:19)
In other words we ‘givest thy mouth to evil’ when we do not treat the criminal as we should. We told to hate the enemies of God; we are not to condone what they do.
If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed: (2Jn 1:10)
For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds. (2Jn 1:11)
This has certainly come to pass when we agree with doctrines that are not of God
‘Unconditional Love’ Proponents Are Really Haters
Have you ever thought about those who talk about ‘unconditional love’ and ‘unconditional forgiveness’ are really haters? The results of their actions produces hate. Here is one example, take the criminal who murdered another man. In our society today, he is sent to prison for a X years and gets out in half the time on good behavior. He goes out and kills someone else.
Now, critics of God’s divine Laws would say, “Not everyone one that is freed commits murder again.” True, but let’s take one thing at a time. Take a person that does commit murder again upon release is possible because we have created our own man-made laws. Under God’s Law, this would not be possible as he would be put to death after the first murder. Therefore, what love is that? What justice is that? That is hatred, and it doesn’t stop there. Say another murderer who does not murder again, but he beats up 10 of his fellow inmates while in prison. What love is that? All criminals in prison cost the tax payer money – regardless of the crime they committed. If it costs $20,000 a year for a criminal and he servers six year, that is $120,000. Where is the love in that? It’s not – it’s hatred. And that is what these so-called ‘unconditional love’ people are doing – creating hatred in society.
True love is not having other criminals having to live in fear for their lives; it’s not having another innocent person murdered; it’s not having tax payers pay for the criminal upkeep where he (the citizen) can not provide a decent education for his child because of the taxes.
What the liberals/leftists/antichrists are saying is they have hatred but the label it ‘love.’
(As a side note, if you ask what about the other criminals, what should be done with them? Well, if you read God’s laws, you’ll see that for crimes that do not deserve the death penalty, there is restitution – this does not cost society anything. It helps the criminal to lead a normal life and not live among other criminals.)
I could go on with example after example but that would mean writing a book. So, this short article might not convince some of you but it should hopefully get you to thinking about this so-called ‘unconditional love’ bit.
While on the subject, some of these preachers and some Christian websites that talk about unconditional love will say, in the next breath, “If you don’t believe in Christ, you’ll burn forever in hell.” What hypocrisy and what idiotic statement for those who can’t see their hypocrisy! There is one Christian website that has a ton of articles on it, but throughout his website, on many pages, he has a warning that you’ll go to hell and burn forever if you don’t believe. So, where is their god who ‘loves unconditionally?’ This looks like ‘unconditional hatred’!
We should love the good but hate the evil.