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Description: Today people are taught so many different errors to keep them bound in their sins and apart from Christ. One of the things people are taught today to keep them in sin is that they are justified (declared righteous) by God the Father while they are still in their sins. This goes with the false teacher's perversion of imputation and makes people think that God cannot see their sins and that all He sees is Jesus' righteousness (both things are never stated in Scripture and many verses teach plainly against such lies). These lost people then think that they are saved in their sins, even though their lives are a daily testimony that they are unsaved. They think that true holiness will only come when they "die and go to heaven." Tragically, except they repent and believe the true gospel in this life, they will only face eternal damnation when they die, not sanctification. Please watch this video with a prayerful heart. For many people this may wake you out of your spiritual slumber and make you realize that you have deceived yourself and you still need to be saved.






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