A Christian Doesn’t Believe Christ Died For Everyone

Jn 10:15 As the Father knows me, even so know I the Father: and I lay down my life for the sheep.

In John 10:15, the Messiah specifically says that he is going to die for the sheep, the sheep are the Jews and the Gentiles that are born of the Spirit, the Jews and the Gentiles that are born of the Spirit are the people that believe God’s Son, Yeshua is the Messiah that no longer practice sin.

Matthew 25:33 And he [the Messiah] shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.

Matthew 25:41 Then shall he [the Messiah] say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil [the devil is the natural man (the flesh)] and his angels [the devil’s angels are those who are led by the flesh]:

It is often said that the Messiah (Christ) died for everyone, but that teaching doesn’t agree with what the Messiah said who he would die for.

The Messiah did not die for Judas, therefore the Messiah did not die for everyone, the “whole world” that is spoken of in 1 John 2:2, are the Jews and the Gentiles that believe Yeshua is the Messiah that no longer practice sin.

A Christian is someone that is led by the Holy Spirit, no one led by the Holy Spirit will ever say, “Christ died for everyone”, because the Bible does not say that. No one led by the Holy Spirit will ever say something different than what the Bible says a Christian is supposed to believe.

If someone claims to be Christian and says something different than what the Bible says a Christian is supposed to believe, the person is not led by the Holy Spirit, the person is led by the flesh, those who are led by the flesh are not the children of God.

Romans 8:14 – For as many as are led by the Spirit of God [the Holy Spirit], they are the children of God.

In the world today there are many people that claim to be Christian that say it is ok for there to be different denominations in the church, that it is ok for a Christian to believe something different than what another Christian believes, but the Bible does not support different denominations in the church, 1 Corinthians 1:10 says that the church is supposed to believe the same thing.

1 Cor. 1:10 – But I urge {and} entreat you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Yeshua the Messiah, that all of you be in perfect harmony {and} full agreement in what you say, and that there be no dissensions {or} factions {or} divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in your common understanding and in your opinions {and} judgments.

A Christian does not believe the devil also known as satan is a fallen angel, here is a link to my post that will show why a Christian does not believe the devil is a fallen angel https://bornfromabove7.wordpress.com/2014/09/10/a-christian-doesnt-believe-the-devil-is-a-fallen-angel/

A Christian does not believe anyone is tempted by a fallen angel, here is a link to my post that will show why a Christian does not believe anyone is tempted by a fallen angel https://bornfromabove7.wordpress.com/category/a-chistian-doesnt-believe-anyone-is-tempted-by-a-fallen-angel/

A Christian does not believe Christ is God, here is a link to my post that will show why a Christian does not believe Christ is God https://bornfromabove7.wordpress.com/category/a-christian-doesnt-believe-christ-is-god/

A Christian does not believe the Holy Spirit is God, here is a link to my post that will show why a Christian does not believe the Holy Spirit is God https://bornfromabove7.wordpress.com/category/a-christian-doesnt-believe-the-holy-spirit-is-god/

A Christian does not believe in freewill, here is a link to my post that will show why a Christian does not believe in freewill https://bornfromabove7.wordpress.com/category/a-christian-doesnt-believe-in-freewill/

A Christian does not fight the government, here is a link to my post that will show why a Christian does not fight the government https://bornfromabove7.wordpress.com/category/a-christian-doesnt-fight-the-government/

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