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July 26, 2010

Finding God After Leaving Religion? Neither is Possible.

Filed under: Writing — William D. Simpson @ 4:50 AM

…..There is no religion, not even the Christian religion, holding the title deed to God. God’s grace is not limited to a select few. The moment any religion believes it is, you can be sure that religion knows nothing of God…… Steve McSwain, Huffington Post Blogger

So well did the Apostle Paul pin the Scripture, In the last days men will be lovers of self, and not lovers of God.

And Jesus, These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me.

Steve McSwain is spiritually blind, leading the spiritually blind. It is impossible to “find God.” He is not lost. Humanity is. Unless God draws a person to the revelation of Himself through the person of Jesus Christ, the spiritualism refered to in Steve McSwains blog is idolatry. True, that men have done God a grave injustice in the name of religion, but God Himself, has said, “No one comes to me but through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

You nor I, can alter Gods purpose and plan in the redemption of an evil and lawless humanity. God, not you, determines the terms in which sinful people can approach His holiness. This is a truth you had better come to terms with.

Jesus said: “I AM” the way, the truth, and the life. If you try to come any other way, you are a thief. True Christianity is the exclusive title and deed to God. Choose life wisely, that you might live.

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