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America’s First and Last Mistake!

“In many cases, no doubt, Americans do not want to be delivered from their sins (Matthew 1:21) they want to be delivered from God to remain in their sins and call it grace.” Jeremiah 7:10

In Judges 6, God instructed Gideon to tear down his father’s altars and idols that had been allowed to overtake the nation (Mark 7:13).  Gideon obeyed the Lord despite the traditions, teachings, and obvious persecution that would befall him due to the standing up for the Lord.

In America, many altars and idols have risen that the Lord commands we should tear down (Judges 6:25).  Unfortunately, many of these altars and idols are not only found in secular society, but have crept into the Church unaware, and have been unnoticed and embraced by many. So, let’s take a look at these idols that are so warmly embraced, and what you are directly responsible for tearing down (Deuteronomy 4:6).

Preaching a lawless gospel fails to use the Ten Commandments to bring the knowledge of sin, which is the schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ, in which is perfect, converting the soul (Romans 7:7; Galatians 3:24; Psalm 19:7).

This false gospel is built on man-made methods and says those who use the law are legalistic.

John Newton (writer of Amazing Grace), said, “Ignorance of the nature and design of the law is at the bottom of most religious mistakes.”

An image in our minds of a tolerant God is a false god that tolerates sin and smiles on humanity as a friend. In fact, God hates sin, calls sinners enemies, and commands us to hate sin as well (James 4:4; Romans 5:10; Colossians 1:21; Psalm 97:10; 119:104; Amos 5:15).

How much does God hate sin?  Look to the cross. Charles Spurgeon said, “The very least offense against God is so intolerable, that if Hellfire were put out, one sin could kindle it again.”

Then, there is a presentation of a false grace (Galatians 5:13).  This “grace” enables people to stay in their sins by allowing the person to lean on the crutch of imperfection, making the so-called road to Heaven wide when, in fact, this road leads to Hell. The true grace of God empowers you to walk the straight and narrow (Matthew 7:13-14; Romans 5:20; Romans 6).

The true grace of God pulls out the crutch so that you may lean on him who is able to make you perfect, and to perfect the things which concern you (Matthew 5:48; Titus 3:5; Psalm 138:8).

There is also a presentation of a false love.  This love overlooks sin and has only a demonstrated lip service and not action. However, the love of God is confrontational, not in lip service, but in action (1 John 3:18).  For example, there is a family having a barbecue on top of a burning building. …