“Many” Christians will die in Hell? A Christian rebuttal…

A self-proclaimed “Evangelist” stated that there will be “many” Christians who will enter Hell and under girded his corrupt theology with Matthew 7:21-23. A Christian rebuttal…

True Christians are not going to Hell, they’re the only human beings that will enter the Kingdom of God. Matthew 7:21-23 has NOTHING to do with Christianity and everything to do with religion, Judaism, Islam, Catholicism, cults, sects, as Jesus is teaching that there will be “many” who have worked themselves to the bone with involvement in philanthropy, service to a church or a synagogue or mosque or a charity and will be rejected from entering the Kingdom, why?

These “religious people” are rejected and Jesus tells them plainly “I never knew you” because THEY NEVER ESTABLISHED-INITIATED COVENANT RELATIONSHIP WITH THE FATHER BY FAITH IN THE SON, JESUS CHRIST (John 6:29; 1 John 2:23). These never humbled themselves and repented of their sins and fully trusted in Jesus as their Messiah and received the righteousness of Jesus imputed into their life by faith and subsequently received the Holy Spirit as Guarantor of that covenant relationship (John 3; Ephesians 1:13-14; 2 Corinthians 5:21). These never complied with the Father’s will (John 6:29) therefore, they never entered relationship as children of the Living God by grace through faith.

Their “wonderful works” were interpreted by the Father as “filthy rags” or, in the Hebrew, a bloody menstrual cloth (Isaiah 64:6) because their works were not performed by the indwelling Holy Spirit but they performed their good deeds in self-righteousness for self-glorification before men, society; therefore, their good works were rejected as were they because covenant relationship had not been established, FIRST!

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