Wednesday, 9 September 2015

The False Doctrine of "Equality" feeds on vile envy, pride and strife. To Hell with your "equality"!

Many in the modern western Church think that equality is a legitimate, wholesome doctrine. It is a doctrine that is inculcated in the westerner, whether saved or unsaved. It is the DNA of west, unquestionably undeniable and true in the mind of the average westerner.

Many in the west, in thinking they are superior to other cultures because of their "civilised", "sophisticated", and "enlightened" belief in so-called equality, criticise harshly the cultures which do not believe in equality, or emphasis equality and individual rights. They think that all the social problems in the non-western world are caused by the lack of such as belief. This is evidenced by the approach that western charities, both Christian and non-Christian, to helping the poor - by increasing "equality" between people, and seeking to help advance individual "rights" of the more need people. 

This is based on a very subtle deception, that in order to help people, one must seek for their "rights". It mixes the truth that one should seek to help others, with the lie that humans have "rights" which are inherently theirs and belong to them. What vile arrogance of humanity to even think it has "rights", thinking it is entitled to anything at all, exalting itself, and yet, of course, thinking that God is to serve us! How vile, blasphemous, despicable, disgusting, arrogant and proud a thought! O, woe are you think God owes you something!

Equality is a doctrine of envy, pride and strife. Pure and simple. It panders to the carnal flesh in striving for one's own, which is diametrically opposed to what Jesus said about giving up all of oneself, not some or most, but all: "If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me" (Matthew 16:24).The spirit in which one claims equality to other humans is one that seeks to compete with others, not forgiving, or accepting when one loses, or has less material things, mere material earthly things which have no eternal value whatsoever. It compares oneself with others, which is a sin in itself by virtue of this. It seeks one's own good. Thus, the doctrine of "equality" feeds on the envy, pride and strife of individuals. 

You may argue, that you seek "equality" for others, not your own. 'Equal' accountability before God is equity. God is no respecter of person, and so He will judge all in equity, not equality. The Bible makes it clear: "And he shall judge the world in righteousness, he shall minister judgment to the people in uprightness" (Psalm 9:8).  Psalm 75:2 also says: "When I shall receive the congregation I will judge uprightly". 

The word' uprightness' instead of 'equity' is used. Equity means to correct something that is not right to make it right in the eyes of God. Equity is NOT equality between peoples, such that one has the same material possessions, dignity, respect, kind treatment, pay, income, or any other earthly thing as each other.   The issue is not whether one treats others as equals to whoever one wants to compare with. Comparing oneself with others in how much of earthly things one receives, including non-material things like respect, kind treatment, and dignity, is itself a vile wicked sin. It is a failure to exalt God, out of your high view of humans, and thus, low view of God, manifesting in being only concerned with how humans are treated by each others, and how humans treat each other. 

Do you know why you treat other humans as equal to you? It is because you are seeking to be treated that way yourself out of your vile envy, pride and strife. You justify yourself by claiming to care for others and love others in seeking "equality". No, you are only trying to justify your flesh, by making the perverted, distorted, deceptive argument that in seeking "equality", you are not seeking it for yourself but for others. You use your fleshly desire for envy, and your love of envy as a pretext for being "caring", when your care is done out of pride, the desire for yourself to be treated as an 'equal' in return.  You are full of envy, vile, proud, arrogant and greedy in seeking for 'equality' of others, perverted and full of self-righteousness, in thinking you are caring and kind in seeking for "equality" of others. 

You may still argue, that God judges people according to same standard, which confers equality, and to not treat people as 'equals' is thus, unbiblical. That is exactly what the problem is. You want to be treated as equals to others, striving for your own equality, out of your own vile, arrogant pride. You blaspheme God by claiming any equality to others, or on part of others, by elevating the vile human desire for 'equality', and ignoring or neglecting God's desire to do as He chooses to treat according to their sins, and not according to their sins; to allow to be rich, or allow to be poor; to allow to be healthy, and allow to be sick; to allow to be wise, and to allow to be foolish; to allow to be loved by others, and to allow to be not loved by others; to allow to be treated with great respect, and to allow to be treated with no respect; and to allow to receive kind treatment from others, and to allow to be treated unkindly. 

You may still argue in your pride that God commands us all to be kind and honour all people, and thus, that some are treated unkindly by others, and their society or culture is one we need be concerned about. While it is true that God commands His children to be kind (Ephesians 4:32), and to honour all others (1 Peter 2:17), no person is entitled to be treated with kindness or honour. 

The doctrine of "equality" which root is the vile demonic doctrine of "rights", claims that people deserve to be treated with kindness and honour. That God commands His children to be kind and honour all people is the grace that God seeks to give to all people through His children. Such kindness and honour is not deserved at all! Thus, that one is not treated by others in a way that is equally kind and honourable, is not an issue at all! It is by no means an issue, and should just be ignored whenever any person complains about how she is not treated as an 'equal'.

The Christian should look at how Christ treated the issue of equality, and not the way the world treats it he often does. Jesus is described as He "who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped" (Philippians 2:6). Even Jesus who had every right to claim equality to God did not claim equality to God. So, who are we are mere humans to claim equality at all? 

You may say that when you claim equality, you are not claiming equality to God, but to that of others. This is an extremely deceptive question. The issue is not who one claims equality to, but whether one claims equality at all. To claim equality is to serve the flesh per se. It is to be unforgiving and to treat what others have in greater proportions as a debt owed to oneself, claiming oneself to be a standard in determining right and wrong. You vile wretch! Only God is the standard of right and wrong, and only He can claim to deserve justice be done for Him, and by Him. 

Who are you that you can claim that if another offends you, or has more than you, that person owes you a sin-debt? Who are you to claim that you are to be give more of what you want, on the basis of your own vile envy? Who are you to claim that you deserve justice to be done for you on your part? Who are you to even think you can seek justice, let alone deserve justice to be done for you, when you are not righteous yourself? 

Here is what the Bible says about the unrighteous claiming righteousness and justice to be done for them:

But unto the wicked God saith, What hast thou to do to declare my statutes, or that thou shouldest take my covenant in thy mouth?
Seeing thou hatest instruction, and casteth my words behind thee. When thou sawest a thief, then thou consentedst with him, and hast been partaker with adulterers.
Thou givest thy mouth to evil, and thy tongue frameth deceit.
Thou sittest and speakest against thy brother; thou slanderest thine own mother's son.
These things hast thou done, and I kept silence; thou thoughtest that I was altogether such an one as thyself: but I will reprove thee, and set them in order before thine eyes.
Now consider this, ye that forget God, lest I tear you in pieces, and there be none to deliver. Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me: and to him that ordereth his conversation aright will I shew the salvation of God.

(Psalm 50:16-23)

You may argue that you are a true covert, and thus, because you are a true convert, you deserve justice done for you, and God will do justice for you, by avenging the enemies of the Church, casting them into Hell on the basis of their persecution of the Church. 

Firstly, you deserve justice done for you, as much as you deserve salvation. Justice done for you out of love for you is by grace, not a "right". Justice is by done by God by His very nature, because of who He is, not who you are or even because you have been treated unjustly on your part. Who are you, a mere speak of dust, a mere sinner saved by grace, who but for blood of Christ would be just as Hell-bound as any other ordinary person? Secondly, God casts those who persecute the Church into Hell, not because His Bride was "hurt", but because persecution of the Church in Christ's name is blasphemy on the part of the persecutors: 

If you are reproached for the name of Christ, blessed are you, for the Spirit of glory and of God rests upon you. On their part He is blasphemed, but on your part He is glorified I (1 Peter 4:14).

They are not going to Hell on the grounds of hurting, upsetting, offending, angering or causing suffering to the people of Christ. They are going to Hell on the grounds of blasphemy Christ. Blasphemy of Christ is the ground alone on which persecution of the Church will incur the wrath of God. No one, including the true Christian, "deserves" justice to be done for him. Thus, that one has been hurt, upset, offended, angered or cause to suffer is absolutely irrelevant in determining what is right or wrong in the eyes of God.


The doctrine of "equality" claims that one "deserves" the good things others have. It is unforgiving towards those who have more than oneself, full of envy, pride and strife. The spirit behind the doctrine of "equality" is the spirit of mammon who feeds on the desire to have as much as others, and it not more, not less. To even think of not having less than others in absolutely anything at all is vile, wicked, abominable and despicable in itself.  The spirit of mammon is does not mere work behind earthliness, but also pride in even thinking that one deserves justice to be done for oneself.

To Hell with your "equality"! If you continue to claim your "equality", it will take you to Hell.