God Hates the Sin and the Sinner!

Every time I pray, I ask God to destroy all sinners, all evil doers and all the wicked. If you aren't saved you are all three. So, yep, I ask God to destroy YOU. Praise God!

I keep hearing people say that God hates sin but loves the sinner. It isn't true. God does not love the sinner and I can prove what I say from the Bible which is, of course, God's Word and the final say-so about anything!

"These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren." (Proverbs 6:16-19)

Do not be deceived by the lukewarm Christians and their "God hates the sin but loves the sinner!" The Bible says the Lord HATES certain people and not just the sin! (But He does love the born again fundamentalist Christian! Fundamentalist Christianity is Bible doctrine and the way of God. Jesus taught it).

I have had (supposed) born again Christians tell me that I'm talking about the Law of the Old Testament. Jesus Christ said that not one jot or tittle of His law will pass away!! (Matthew 5:18)

The Bible says, "The burden of the Word of the Lord to Israel by Malachi. I have loved you, saith the Lord. Yet ye say, wherein hast thou loved us? Was not Esau Jacob's brother? saith the Lord: yet I loved Jacob. And I HATED Esau, and laid his mountains and his heritage to waste for the dragons of the wilderness." (Malachi 1:1-3) You read it! GOD HATED ESAU. Its in the Bible!

If someone tells you "God is love", remind him that "love is the fulfilling of the law" (Romans 13:10)

Any enemy of God should be our enemy too!! I would go so far as to say that if you claim to love enemies of God, you are tryng to be holier than God.

In Psalms, David constantly called upon God to destroy the wicked! I have found ten Psalms where David asks God to destroy his enemies (7, 35, 55, 58, 59, 69, 79, 109, 137, 139).

I believe when God destroys the wicked it is a form of His grace. God gives us grace when He destroys the wicked because when He destroys the wicked, He stops their evi l deeds and works. When He kills drug dealers, He saves grown ups and children from drugs. When He kills abortionists, He saves nborn babies lives.

The Bible says that wicked, evil-doers don't learn lessons. "Let favour be showed to the wicked, yet will he not learn righteousness" (2 Cor 26:10); yet, "when thy [God's] judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants of the world will learn righteousness" (2 Cor 26:9).

People aren't saved because of God's love. People get saved because they want to escape God's wrath and don't want to be destroyed. We should, therefore, ask God to judge and destroy the wicked and evil-doers because their destructions is definitely a form of God's grace.

We need to stop separating sin from the sinner. God judges the sinner! If you believe that God is just and true, then you must believe that He hates the sin and the sinner.

"God is a just judge and God is angry with the wicked everyday. (Psalms 7:11)
Here are some things which are sinful:

Women preaching in church
Women in church buildings without a head covering.
Having sex before you are married
Impure Thoughts (goes with masturbation)
Drinking alcohol
Using drugs
Smoking cigarettes
Bilingualism* (Tower of Babel)
Used Car Salesmen
Freethinkers and Freethought

*When God confounded the tongues at the Tower of Babel, He didn't intend for men to learn more than one language again. If you speak more than one language, you are sinning!

And there are many more things.

All the things I listed are sinful according to the Bible. If somebody does any of them they are sinners. God hates sinners. If you do any of them, God hates you. Yes that's right. God hates you!

Being an atheist, agnostic, or a freethinker is blasphemy. You don't have a chance.

Here is what Gods Word the Bible says:

The boastful shall not stand in Your sight; You hate all workers of iniquity. (Psalm 5:5)
God is a just judge, and God is angry with the wicked every day. (Psalm 7:11)

"The Lord trieth the righteous: but the wicked and him that loveth violence his soul HATETH" ( Ps. 11:5 ). To be faithful to God we have to love what He loves and hate what He hates. To do anything else is trying to be better than God and that is also a sin.

When we hate God's enemies (not our own [ Mt 5:44 ]), we show our love for God (Ps 139:19-22). When we pray to God to destroy the wicked (anyone who is a sinner), we are showing our hate for what comes from evil doings and that they (sinners and doers of evil) be stopped (Rev 6:9-11).

So if we love God and hate evil, we should hate his enemies and pray that they, and their evil works, be destroyed.
I know there are some who might not agree with me but I have given the truth from God's Word. You can't argue with God's Word now, can you?

But all you have to do is get saved and you won't be a sinner and an evil doer. So why don't you just get saved? Then you won't be a sinner and God really will love you.

Pat Robertson is a great man of God and he explains why it is ok for God to kill the sinner:

If Pat Robertson has this to say then it is certainly OK to ask God to destroy sinners - get rid of them! They would go to Hell anyway.
Might as well get it over with!

You Are Going To Hell If You....

* eat fruit from a tree less than five years old. [Lev. 19:23]
* cross-breed animals. [Lev. 19:19]
* grow two different plants in your garden. [Lev. 19:19]
* wear a cotton-polyester blend T-Shirt. [Lev. 19:19]
* read your horoscope. [Lev. 19:26]
* consult a psychic. [Lev. 19:31]
* are tatooed. [Lev. 19:28]
* plant crops for more than seven years. [Lev. 25:4, Ex. 23:10-13]
* bear a grudge. [Lev. 19:17]
* collect interest on a loan. [Ex. 22:24]
* insult a leader. [Ex. 22:27]
* mistreat a foreigner. [Ex. 22:21, 23:9]
* spread false rumors. [Ex. 23:1]
* drive a Mercury. [Ex. 23:13]


Anonymous said...

Wow, what a set of statements. Perhaps I can shed some light. I too have some questions about modern day Christianndom but I have also live without Christ (not church, religion, or the idea of american christianity, but Christ) and never want to return. Perhaps you are in need of a face to face encounter with Him. I have experienced quite a bit.
Old Testament rules, such as you state, were given because of the disobedience of the Israelites to come to God and so God instuted a law that would remind them of their seperation form worldly practices and have a constant outwardly reminder of the need to be in relation to Him. So Prophets in the O.T. spoke of a day when God's will for mankind would be written on their hearts. They spoke of a redeemer, both of the law and of their rebellion, that would finally deliver them once and for all.
I have seen God's love as he has healed the sick, the depressed, the bound, and yes even those who are upset by what they see, like you. I use to be were you are and now am going after so much more. You can't judge God by american Christianity nor parts of the scripture that you don't but in context with the rest. I pray that you will look past it all and go after the God that came after you 2000 years ago.

Anonymous said...

Hmm, how do you get that being bilingual is sinful. When the Lord scattered the people he never said it is sinful to speak another language, the scattering was a judgment based on their rebellion at the tower.


Anonymous said...

Honestly - you really believe the "Tower Of Babble" story, Jen? Tell me - why did God exact judgment on the people at that time? I want to understand this better. -Wes.

Anonymous said...

Honestly - you really believe the "Tower Of Babble" story, Jen? Tell me - why did God exact judgment on the people at that time? I want to understand this better. -Wes.

Anonymous said...

God will bless Mark Tant for putting light on what is written on this website. The person or group that write for this website bring forth a perfect example of how crafty and deceitful Satan really is. Whoever wrote the above material is quite decieved. How could they possibly think wearing a T-shirt mixed with more than one fabric is a one-way ticket to hell?! This doesn't exactly classify among one of God's list of detestable sins and certainly doesn't declare anywhere in the bible that there will be eternal punishment for it. The writer needs to do some more reading of the bible and get involved in prayer before he starts publishing things like this on the Internet. Sounds like someone who has completely rejected God and has decided to do life his own way.... now THAT'S a one-way ticket to hell.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous and Mark, you're fighting the wrong damn battle.

Last time I checked, the various mitzvot lo taaseh had not been amended to "Okay, back in 250 BCE it was a capital crime, but today We'll let you off with a $50 fine and two demerits on your believer licence."

Bottom line: Not one of us is an OT-era Israelite. Not one. We are not in a position to observe first-hand why such weird "laws" were encoded by the priests and scribes.

Yet, at the same time, Christendom is chock full of people who accept commandments they want to see enforced, and reject all the inconvenient ones.

Thus we have the sorry spectacle of people who protest gay rights but think nothing of eating a BLT while wearing a linen-cotton blend.

Mark Tant and Anonymous of 2/12@7:02, go and argue with your co-religionists who come here to say "Break one commandment, break them all." If and when you reach consensus, come back and we'll discuss this further.

Anonymous said...

The natural conclusion of these thoughts is that the writer believes himself to be a non-sinner. I find that implausible and implausible as well for this human to know the mind of god. We can believe we know the mind of god, but that is dangerous. I ask the writer to humble himself.

webmdave said...

I can't imagine how you got that thought out of this, boogereater.

The point of the article is that God hates sinners! HE HATES!

The rant is about the idiotic teaching that Jehovah and his spawn love everyone, but hates sin, as if the behavior of a person is separate from the person.

Regardless, the writer believes in neither gods nor sin, so your comment is as meaningless as telling the writer to obey Allah.

Anonymous said...

Hey uh I hope you know that this is a spoof of Christianity site. It's a bunch of hooey.

Anonymous said...

"the writer believes in neither gods nor sin", so why do you waste so much time on it? Obsesive compulsive perhaps? A hate monger? Decieved? Lost?

webmdave said...

Instead of puzzling over the writer's interest in the topic and suggesting evil or diseased intent as the motivation for the interest, why not simply address some, any or even one of the writer's points?

Or is that an unreasonable expectation?

boomSLANG said...

Or, since Norman cannot address the subject at hand himself, perhaps he can scurry off to an apologetic website and recruit a "pinch-hitter" to do his thinking for him, yes? That's always an option in the world of apologetics.

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