Will the blind lead the blind on the right path?


 

Will the blind lead the blind on the right path?

Will the blind lead the blind on the right path? by alan ballou

Ask someone you trust spiritually with your eternal future when Christ will make His home in you, and then ask Jesus Christ (John 14:21-23). Which do you believe? Have you not already chosen whom you believe by your actions?

Why did the Apostle Paul have doubts about the Galatians according to Galatians 4:19-20? Miracles were happening (Gal 3:1-5), so what could be so wrong? Christ was not formed in them yet!

You say, “Jesus does not judge me!” Correction; Jesus has already pronounced His judgment. Whatever scripture you do not accept and believe, it will judge you on the last day (John 12:47-48). Better check.

In other words, the Word itself will judge those who reject it, and do not believe it on the last day. So, even though Jesus does not judge those who do not accept His Words, His Words will judge them in the end. His Words will never pass away (Matthew 24:35).

For judgment, Jesus has come (John 9:39), and He has already pronounced His judgment. For example, those who do not forgive, will not be forgiven, point, blank, period (Matthew 6:14-15).

To practice lawlessness is to refuse to be under any law, and all sin is lawlessness (1 John 3:4). Therefore, those who refuse to be under law toward Christ, by forgiving everyone will be in the group of people with gnashing teeth in the end. The Word they have rejected will judge them in the end (John 12:48).

They say “We don’t have to obey Jesus, but just believe in Jesus.”  However, obeying Jesus Christ is a part of the Gospel message that we should be hearing (Romans 15:14-20 ). Those who believe Jesus, obey Jesus (Luke 6:46-49, John 12:46).

So, what happened? Well, they got saved, but obviously they don’t know that being saved and eternal salvation is two different things. Jesus is our Savior, but He is the source of eternal salvation for those who obey Him. If we believe Jesus, then we will hear His Word (John 5:24, 8:47). (more…)