Wheat Or Weeds-Christianity SubvertedBehind Wheat Or Weeds
Matthew 13:24-30 C13-22+.htm
The Master Said Let both grow together until the harvest;
Jesus foretold that his teachings would be subverted.
He said The kingdom of the heavens has become like a man that sowed fine seed in his field.
While men were sleeping, his enemy came and over sowed weeds in among the wheat, and left."
Sowed in the minds of those that glorify man made imaginary invisible beliefs [Imaginary Concepts] which are modern day weeds that Choke out the main beliefs of the Real Original truth. Many preachers today go about elegantly teaching them to their followers and others because that is what they were taught and they themselves didn’t research the facts. –Compare What they are. It is up to each individual to search out the things that have been added to God words since the death of the apostles-
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Surprisingly, when servants brought the evil deed to the man's attention and asked for permission to collect the weeds, the man said: "No; that by no chance, while collecting the weeds, you uproot the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest; (Study-HARVESTwork.htm) and in the harvest season I will tell the reapers, First collect the weeds and bind them in bundles to burn them up, then go to gathering the wheat into my storehouse."-Matthew 13:24-30.
As Jesus himself explained, in his illustration the man who sowed wheat in the field represents Jesus, and the seeds he planted represent true Christians. The enemy who sowed weeds among the wheat represents "the Devil." The weeds represent lawless, apostate men who falsely claim to be servants of God. (Matthew 13:36-42) The apostle Paul gave further details of what would happen. He said: I know that after my going away oppressive wolves will enter in among you and will not treat the flock with tenderness. and from among you yourselves men will rise and speak twisted things to draw away the disciples after themselves
Did what Jesus illustrated and what Paul foretold come true? It certainly did. Ambitious men took control of the congregation that Jesus had established and used it for their own ends. Jesus had told his followers: "You are no part of the world." (John 15:19) Nevertheless, power-hungry men formed alliances with rulers and formed State churches that amassed immense power and wealth. These churches taught "twisted things." For example, they taught people to worship the State and to sacrifice their lives for it in warfare. Thus, so-called Christians participated in Crusades and slaughtered people whom they considered to be unbelievers. They also went to war and killed their own "brothers" of the same religion. They certainly did not practice Christian neutrality and love of neighbor.-Matthew 22:37-39; John 15:19; 2 Corinthians 10:3-5; 10:3-10:4-10:5 John 4:8, 11.
Clearly, the churches that for centuries have called themselves Christian represent merely a facade of Christianity. This explains why, as we observe, there is a continuing trend of churches fragmenting into sects, churches meddling in politics, and churches disregarding God's laws. Such bad fruitage is the product, not of true Christianity. but of counterfeit Christianity. . As the years went by, however, many congregations failed to heed those words of Jesus. Lack of love for Jehovah, for the truth, and for one another resulted in their drifting into spiritual darkness. They became fragmented into numerous quarreling sects. “Christian” copyists who had no love for Jehovah removed God’s very name from Greek manuscripts of the Bible.-(Study JEHOVAHorLORD.htm)-- Lack of love also allowed room for teaching Babylonish and Grecian doctrines, such as hellfire, purgatory, and the Trinity, in the name of Christianity. Having no love for God and for the truth, most of those who claimed to be Christian ceased to preach the good news of God’s Kingdom.--- HARVESTwork.htm They came to be dominated by a selfish clergy class that made its own kingdom here on earth
.—Compare 1 Corinthians 4:8..4:8
How Much Unscriptural Tradition Will Jesus Tolerate
It Is Doubtful That Those That Teach Mystery Doctrines And/Or Unscriptural
Traditions and Customs Will Stop Doing So—Why ?
(1) Because they control the common people with them---as did the Jewish Teachers controlled their Flocks
(as Jesus pointed out) With their Traditional Teachings –A lot of people look up to mystery Teachers because they have been inculcated (taught) to Believe these Teachers have been Blest from above. Because They control the common people with them---And for the most part –the people like them --and to them
it does not really matter if they are Scriptural or Unscriptural --- THEY
We are Supporting The Church and The Churches Customs, Traditions, Holidays and Celebrations and We Like Them
and We Don’t Care How These Things Originated or Whether it would ***Insult the Divine Author ***of The Scriptures- (Insinuating) We ---Want What The Nations Have----And Do --- and YOU (LORD YHWH) have not given it to us ----or enough to please our desires—We Will Worship You In Are Own Way— THAT IS PREVAILING ATTITUDE of MOST Today-for more Study TraditionalTeachingsREVIEW.htm
JESUS CHRIST certainly was the greatest Teacher on earth. (John 7:46)
Another Parable --of Jesus’ is the sheep and the goats,
Jesus pointed to a time for him to act in a special capacity: “When the Son of man arrives in his glory (Matthew 25:31) This is important to us because it is the illustration with which Jesus concludes his reply to the question: But what does this mean for us?
Who Are the Sheep and the Goats? Obviously, the sheep are judged worthy of being on Jesus’ right side of honor and favor and represent a class of humans. (Ephesians 1:20; Hebrews 1:3) So the sheep must be ones who over a period of time have come to the aid of—and actively supporting—Christ’s brothers and have exercised faith to the extent of receiving a righteous standing before God.
The Sheep like one’s have stuck to the ImitateRule.htm and the Goat like one’s have not’
Once we appreciate the judgment shown in this parable, we get a clearer view of who the goats appear to be.
It is not for us to determine exactly who are who are all the goats.— 2Cor11-4-15.htm Mark 2:8; Luke ; John 2:24, 25; Romans 14:10-12; 1 Corinthians 4:5.
In the parable of the talents, Jesus showed what is required of those who will rule with him in heaven, but in this parable he shows what is expected of the Kingdom’s subjects. (Matthew 25:14-23) Pointedly, because of their undivided support of Jesus’ brothers, the sheep inherit a place in the earthly realm of his Kingdom. Some Sheep will enjoy life on a paradise earth—
Chapter 13 -Open Read Chapter
Sbt–Note-The final harvest is rapidly coming to a close—remain in God’s original inspired words. John8-31-2.htm