Tuesday, 18 August 2015

The false doctrine of "rights" must die . To Hell with your rights!

Many in the modern Church of the west think that they have rights. This is because the doctrine of "rights" appeals to the flesh which still rears its head in even the most holy and righteous true convert. There can be no doubt it appeals to the flesh. 

The doctrine of "rights" is also a doctrine, a false one, behind which there is a demon responsible for it. That demon is the spirit of mammon who feeds on envy and discontentment with what one has. He feeds on the flesh which seeks only and can only seek to satisfy itself. That is exactly what Jesus meant when He said that no one can serve two masters. No one can serve both God and mammon. A person will either love one and hate the other (Matthew 6:24). There is no middle ground for this. 

What serving mammon, or being under the spirit of mammon, means simply is to fail to fully give up all of oneself to serving God. That is why Jesus said that "If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me" (Luke 9:23). He is referring to anyone, not just the rich young ruler as some Christians try to make it out to be. God is no respecter of persons (Romans 2:11; Acts 10:34). 

All people will be judged according to whether they serve Him and Him alone. The only way to serve God and God alone is to completely and absolutely deny one's interests, God-given liberty, aspirations, plans, visions, dreams and goals. Following Christ is a race of a self-denial. Yes, self-denial, a concept absolutely foreign to the west, and also even to many in the modern Church in the west who are taught that there is nothing wrong with "rights", but that God has given you "rights", so fighting for your "rights" as long as you serve Jesus. This is a vile doctrine, a doctrine of demons. It has produced professing Christians who think that is because of God's grace and Christ's sacrifice for our sins that we have "rights". What blasphemous, idolatrous heresy! 

Anyone who dares even think that Christ died for our "rights" needs to really question his or her own salvation. Those of you who think you have "rights", knowing that you do not even deserve a single breath need to question your salvation. You may argue that grace is that which gives us "rights". This is such a distorted doctrine that even it baffles even most spiritually discerning person. Grace is that which is undeserved. To claim rights is to argue that something is deserved either by oneself or another, usually that who one loves, and not those who one does not love, something that is very telling in itself about the essence of rights. 

Can you not see how claiming the existence of rights is against the doctrine of God's grace? Can you not see how those of you who say you believe in God's grace in all things, and yet defiantly, proudly, brazenly continue to fight for rights, whether your own or another are an abomination to God? To say that one believes in God's grace in all things, and yet believe in rights is the absolute height of pride and hypocrisy. 

Wherefore he saith, God resisteth the proud, but giveth grace unto the humble (James 4:6).  Notice how James 4:6 does not distinguish between the unsaved proud and saved proud, nor the unsaved humble and the saved humble. If you are proud, you are proud. Those of you who still want to argue for the existence of rights for humans, and yet dare to claim that you believe in God's grace and grace alone are proud. That is why you can't even see how it is wrong to claim rights for humans. You are a vile, abomination to God.

You may still in your pride still argue that you believe in the rights of others.  That is exactly what the problem is. You believe in the rights of others because you believe that the flesh has rights. You believe this because you have "rights". You want to justify your belief in your rights by saying that others have "rights". Such is the brazen vile arrogance of humanity!

You may yet still want to argue that believing in no one's rights is the arrogant position, thinking that no one has rights because one believes that no one is worthy. No, it is the Word of God which makes it clear that no one is worthy and that all of us are filthy rags, used tampons (Isaiah 64:6). Revelation 5:4 says: "And I wept much, because no man was found worthy to open and to read the book, neither to look thereon". Do you know why no one was worthy to open and read the book, or look on? All have sinned and fallen short to the glory of God (Romans 3:23). That is what the Bible says, not what I say. To fall short of the glory of God is itself to be unworthy for one only needs to fall short of the glory of God once to deserve to burn in Hell. 

You may feel sick of reading this article, but yet continue to want to read it to see what it says about you. Good! You should read it because it talks about you, you typical modern western Christian who is under the spirit of mammon and does not know it, full of the fear of people, and thinks it nothing wrong to tolerate some evil vile ideas of "rights", "liberty" and "equality".  

Do you know why you don't understand your heart as to why "rights", "liberty" and "equality" are evil ideas, but understand only in your head, whether intellectually, philosophically or theologically? It is because of your heart. Plain and simple. It is stubborn, proud, vile, still wanting to claim its false entitlements, arrogant, abominable, wanting to twist, modify or add "nuance" to what Jesus said, which is exactly what is means to twist it, you of the modern Church of the west.  

The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? (Jeremiah 17:9). That is why you who still want to cling onto you rights think you have rights, and that others have rights. You believe in the rights of others not because you care for others, but because your own selfishness. That is why you even 'care' for the "rights" of others - so that you can justify your own self-centredness. Think about it: even the unsaved vile pagans fight for the "rights" of others. Do they love others? No. They fight for the "rights" of others to justify their own flesh which seeks to claim its so-called "rights". 

There is no such thing as a "right". If there was a such thing as a right, we would not deserve to burn in Hell right now, whether we would have absolutely nothing, but the Just, Holy and Perfect Wrath of God. None of us would have "liberties", "equality", "rights" or anything else, but the Pure, Perfect and Awesome Wrath of God. To Hell with your so-called "rights"! If you don't root out, eradicate, cast away and burn your "rights" in Hell, your "rights" will burn you in Hell! Be warned. 

The spirit of mammon works through the self-entitlement, which believes in there is nothing for with fighting for one's "rights". Those who are under the spirit of mammon are blinded into thinking there is nothing wrong with fighting for one's "rights" because they think that there is nothing wrong with seeking one's own interests. There are many true converts who may think that it is wrong to seek one's own self-interests but whose words and actions speak otherwise. It is not that they are being hypocritical, but that they do not really understand spiritually that they think it legitimate to seek one's own interests. 

Jesus said that if anyone wants to follow Him, he or she must deny oneself (Luke 9:23). This includes casting away one's own interests, and fully surrendering to God, striving for His Will. It is because the flesh does and can only seek its own interest that if anyone wants to be truly reconciled with God, one must strive diligently to seek God and His righteousness. You either seek righteousness, or seek earthly things. Even to be worried or anxious about earthly needs is to seek earthly needs, and thus not righteousness. Jesus explains that seeking the righteousness of God, which comes only when striving for it, is diametrically opposed to simply seeking one's earthly needs and being anxious for such needs:

Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed? (For after all these things do the Gentiles seek:) for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.  But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you (Matthew 6:31-33).
One cannot be seeking earthly needs and be righteous. You are either seeking the righteousness of God, or seeking your earthly needs. You cannot be both. You must give up seeking for all earthly needs, and trust God to provide them for you, to seek the righteous of God. 

Such as desire or seduction in the case of the true covert, to seek earthly things may manifest in a whole range of ways, including thinking that there is nothing wrong with a person seeking one's own interests, such that one cannot offend the person, even though the person is offended at having one's own interests undermined out of his own carnality. Another manifestation would be to feel fleshly sympathy for those who have less material things than oneself, not out of agape love, but out of a fleshly pride in having more material things. This manifests in the condescending, hypocritical western charities, both secular and Christian, have towards 'Third-World nations'. 

The spirit of mammon blinds people, both the unsaved and saved into thinking they have "rights" and that it is legitimate to seek one's own interests. No, he will seek one's own self-interests will die for to do so is sin The wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23).