GANDHI: “Hate the sin, love the sinner”


THE SCRIPTURES: “The foolish shall not stand in thy sight: thou hatest all workers of iniquity.” Psa 5:5


Gandhi was a pagan idolater who didn't have faith in Jesus or Christ's resurrection from the dead* --yet, some Christians are quoting him. We must stay alert and not allow the enemy of God to sow bad seed:


Matthew 13:25 But while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went his way.


"Matthew 13:25 But while men slept - When the professors were lukewarm, and the pastors indolent, his enemy came and sowed tares, ζιζανια degenerate, or bastard wheat. The righteous and the wicked are often mingled in the visible Church. Every Christian society, how pure soever its principles may be, has its bastard wheat - those who bear a resemblance to the good, but whose hearts are not right with God. He who sows this bastard wheat among God’s people is here styled God’s enemy; and he may be considered also as a sower of them who permits them to be sown and to spring up through his negligence. Wo to the indolent pastors, who permit the souls under their care to be corrupted by error and sin!" Adam Clarke


Donna Kupp


* MAHATMA GANDHI, a Hindu idolater said: “I regard Jesus as a great teacher of humanity, but I do not regard him as the only begotten son of God. That epithet in its material interpretation is quite unacceptable. Metaphorically we are all begotten sons of God, but for each of us there may be different begotten son of God in a special sense. There is no miracle in the story of the multitude being fed on a handful of loaves. A magician can create that illusion. As for Jesus raising the dead to life, well, I doubt if the men he raised were dead. I do not deny that Jesus had certain psychic powers and he was undoubtedly filled with the love of humanity. But he brought to life not people who were dead but who were believed to be dead. The laws of Nature are changeless, unchangeable, and there are no miracles in the sense of infringement or interruption of Nature’s laws. But we limited beings fancy all kinds of things and impute our limitations to God. (Collected works of mahatma Gandhi -April 14, 1937, Discussion with a Missionary Vol.65 p.79-82).”


Do you really want to trust that man? Hidden in his words is poison that will destroy your soul.




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