Those Who Are Proud Of Their Sins

God’s Word is what convicts us of our sins. If people simply read the Bible daily, then fewer people would be living apart from God but for Him. Those who are proud are in rebellion against God. This includes people who celebrate pride month, aka the LGBTQ community. These people have purposely trounced upon the blood of Jesus, and therefore, His sacrifice for sins is no longer for them, lest they repent. There are consequences to people’s actions in the sight of God. Therefore, to continue to live in willful sin until death means hellfire and damnation. God wants to protect us, but we must make an effort to live for Him. God’s judgments of old have continued throughout all generations. I am comforted just knowing that the Lord is with me. David said, “this is my comfort in my affliction: for thy word hath quickened me. The proud have had me greatly in derision: yet have I not declined from thy law. I remembered thy judgments of old, O Lord; and have comforted myself.” (Psalm 119:50-52)

If only people would know of the horrors that grip people’s lives come death. Not all people die and go to paradise, but most of them die and go straight to hell. Therefore, to say that they will see their loved ones in the afterlife is more than wishful thinking than what will really happen. The way this world is going is so terrible. Just look at how many people make a mockery of God in how they publicize their sins. A lifestyle of transgenderism and homosexuality has infiltrated this country and worldwide. Thankfully, God’s people are shining His light in the darkness. They have remembered not only His Name but abide in Him also. To keep God’s laws is what brings us joy. Lastly, David said, “horror hath taken hold upon me because of the wicked that forsake thy law. Thy statutes have been my songs in the house of my pilgrimage. I have remembered thy name, O Lord, in the night, and have kept thy law.” (Psalm 119:53-55) If you love Jesus, then live for Him also. Don’t support wicked acts of sexual debauchery with the LGBTQ. Stand against what is evil and live for what is holy in the Lord. Amen.

Let us pray:
Oh Lord, I pray that more people will live in Your holiness. Not to live for the flesh but to allow You to make them righteous, as You are righteous. If sin abounds now, then that is the fruit of a wicked lifestyle, of which people need Your deliverance. God, I pray that people will be convicted of their sins not take offense to what Christians say about a sinful lifestyle, but allow You to change them from within. Only You can help us hate what is evil and cling to what is good. Not to continue sinning, but to confess them right away. To understand that we have broken Your laws and do what is necessary to get right with You. I am afraid that the majority of people are far from saving. Too many of them love their sinful lifestyle and are unwilling to give it up. Many even say that if they go to hell, they will turn it into their own paradise. Because people they know will be there, they believe that it will be better than paradise. These people are so lost, and unfortunately, many of them have already died and are now in the grave, while their souls are in hell. God help them. I love You, Jesus. Amen.

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2 thoughts on “Those Who Are Proud Of Their Sins”

  1. Amen! Pride month is so sickening to me. There is absolutely nothing to be proud of in homosexuality. There is only confusion and depravity is homosexuality and transgenderism. This must stop or judgment will come to America and the world. God will judge sin even though He loves us. God will judge homosexuality and transgenderism. He will judge those things just like He will judge lying, theft rape and murder. He will judge us. He is the ultimate judge and hell awaits those people who live in rebellion against God. There are still some people who might be saved out of the homosexuals and transgenders. Pray for them. The vast majority of those people will never repent. They will have to go to hell forever because of their rebellion against God and their sins towards Him. Sin offends God who is perfect and righteous and holy. We cannot be with Him in sin.

  2. I’ve been reading Voices from the Edge of Eternity. It’s a compilation of last words of both saints and sinners. Most of the accounts took place at a time when people knew about the gospel as in faith in Christ for salvation. Those who knew Christ as Savior had beautiful deaths. Most experienced a glimpse of heaven before they took their last breath. Conversely, those who had neglected their salvation admitted that it was too late for them. They had ignored that call form the Holy Spirit for too long. As the saints experienced heaven before taking their last breath, the sinners also experienced a glimpse of hell before dying. Their deaths were purely frightful.


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