JESUS; THE SON OF MAN, AND THE SON OF…. MOLOCH?
Before you freak out let me explain. If you have read about the worship of Moloch you have seen that it makes some people do some incredibly gruesome things. The sacrifice of the innocent being the central theme in this worship. But, did you know that there are some who worship him who may never actually do such awful things? But, they are still complicit with those who do. Because they too believe and teach others to believe in this god whose son was sacrificed to meet Moloch's demands. Let me show you what I mean.
The veracity of the Bible has been usurped for many by those who worship Moloch for almost 2,000 years now. Since 325AD the worship of Moloch is what is being portrayed as the worship of the true God in churches all over the world. Such is the deception that has made apostates out of what should have been God's church.
This has happened because many have been fooled into worshipping this false god that in Lev.20 God commanded Israel never to worship. It has actually convinced people they are worshipping the true God, while what they are really believing in and carrying out is actually the worship of this bloody and hate-filled false god known as Moloch.
To accomplish this deception, Satan gave these idol worshippers the Roman Empire.
Because he knew that with control of this empire this religion he created would build a network of institutions that would be filled with teachers who would prepare students as pastors and priests to be her emissaries. And armed with her Babylonian mysteries, these would go out to deceive those who would foolishly occupy her churches into this worship of Moloch.
A worship that was forbidden by God because it is the worship of a false god. And also because in this case particularly it's worship would pervert the law that was temporarily given to Israel by God from it's true purpose. And by that changing it's true purpose to one that would make Jesus' sacrifice the payment of the penalty for God's wrath against bad behavior. Which is the worship of Moloch and not the true God.
It was done by infiltrating the very church of God itself with Moloch's lies. Lies that are the leaven that leavens the whole lump that comes from the mouths of the wolves in sheep's clothing that Jesus warned us about 2,000 years ago. Here is a 2 minute video clip of how this deception is propagated in the apostate church today- https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AKRrqODqpSE&feature=youtu.be
In a video clip I will leave in the section below a teacher is seen answering a question that speaks to this issue. The answer the teacher gives in the clip is typical of satan's emissaries.
In the clip a young man asked a very good question about why God can not forgive "just because He wants to". His was a question that Jesus actually answered in Mt.18 in the parable He told Israel about a king that was taking account of his servants.
In this parable Jesus told them how the king did indeed forgive his servant the debt "just because he wanted to" as the student had asked because "the lord of that servant was moved with compassion, and loosed him, and forgave him the debt." So that no one had to pay in his place as this emissary of Satan falsely said Jesus did.
Jesus adding that the servant should have forgiven just as the king had forgiven him, when the servant did not forgive one that owed him, as he had just been forgiven. A beautiful illustration of how the love of God removes sin "just because He wants to". And how no one has to pay a penalty for it's removal/forgiveness.
But, because this emissary of Satan believed the doctrine of original sin and sin nature he said that it was because God requires the bloody and torturous death of the innocent to appease his wrath before God can forgive. It is through this deception that they have kept the truth of the scriptures covered and obscured. Hidden from those who will not seek the truth on their own.
By this the emissaries of Satan change the truth of God into a lie saying, God could never forgive until his justice is met by appeasing His wrath against sin. In this answer they show that the god they serve is Moloch. And not the Creator God of the Bible.
We can see the seeds for this thinking even way back in Israel's history. Because even then there was a false priesthood trying to infiltrate her with it's worship of Moloch. And with some success. Because unbelieving Israel today is as steeped in this kind of worship as the apostate churches today are.
Israel directly, and the apostate church indirectly, through a deception masquerading as worship of the true God. Worship that has adopted as it's main characteristic the belief that God demands the bloody and torturous death of the innocent for the appeasement of his wrath against bad behavior. Through this these emissaries of Satan have twisted God's word so that this became their rational for God's atonement.
This all began for Israel when she began to make an idol of the law. A problem Paul specifically addresses in his letter to the Romans especially dealt with in ch.7. An idolatry that came through her wrong interpretation of God's purpose for giving her the law. Twisting passages like Deut.28 that told her about blessings for obedience and cursings for disobedience.
This twisting made the keeping of the law the ultimate good to her because they made the blessing from law keeping equivalent to justification from God. And by this the law became they began to focus solely on their performance of the law. Making it the thing that provided these blessings rather than the God who gave them the law. So that to them the law became God. So that many in Israel began to worship the creation more than the Creator as Paul says the reprobate does in Rom.1.
This idolatry also redefined for her the understanding of the events in the garden of Eden in such a way that that it was contrary to what the scriptures actually say. To a distorted view that has brought them to the belief that death was a punishment or curse for Adam's bad behavior.
Because in their worship of the law cursing and blessing came to define the character of God. Thereby redefining God Himself as this perverted form of justice. Rather than the love of God that provided their deliverance from those who oppressed them over and over again. The love of God that the prophets, and the apostles, and Jesus Himself in John17:20-23 said defines the oneness of the Godhead.
Contrary to what these Israelites had come to believe, in Gal.3:19 Paul teaches that the purpose for God giving the law to Israel was to preserve Israel as a people until the Messiah could be born through her bloodline. Not so that Israel would begin to define God by the blessings and cursings that came as a result of their performance of it.
Paul adds here that their need for the law would come to an end because it's need as a preservative would become unnecessary once Jesus had come. This shows that the law is not the character of God as some have believed. Because it was temporary. While God, and His character, is eternal.
So, just as it always was, is, and always will be with God, He gave Israel the law because He loves them. Because God IS love. And it is also for the same reason God made an end to the law when it's fulfillment in Jesus was done.
Because under the law there is no life. This is what Paul told them in Gal.3:21. There was never a law given that could give life because it was never the purpose of the law to give life. And if the Israelites that deceived themselves into worshipping the law would have seen this, they would have recognized God and His love in providing it to them. Instead of worshipping the law for what they perceived as IT'S blessings.
But, because they made the law an idol, and only by keeping it and it's sacrifices could they receive blessing, this convinced them that God's just demand for punishment of sin must be met before any blessing could be given.
In their idolatry this was proof that God's love is servant to His justice. Perverting God's justice. And making this perversion of justice what defines God. Rather than the love John says defines God in John3:16,17 and 1John4:7,8. And what Jesus says in John17:20-23 makes the Godhead one.
Paul plainly shows in Acts17:30 that God never made any such demand. To the contrary, Paul says here that before the law came through Moses God "winked" at man's bad behavior. Showing that God did not hold anyone before Moses accountable for sin.
Adding in Rom.4:15, 5:13, and 6:14 that just as it was before Moses, God does not impute sin even now, because there is no law. And that this is why sin has no more dominion over them because they are not under law but under grace. Saying that the reason for this is because there can be no transgression of a law that does not exist.
An example we can relate to today are our traffic laws. Because if there was no traffic law there could be no transgression of it. And therefore there could be no imputation or penalty for it's violation. There would be no ticket.
So God issues no "ticket" to us now because as Paul plainly shows, there is no law for which God imputes sin. Because in this covenant Rom.2:4 shows us that it is the goodness of God that leads men to repentance. And the grace of God that saves when we trust in Him.
This is why Paul wrote in 2Cor.5:19,20 that God reconciles the world to Himself by NOT imputing trespasses to them. And that this is the message of reconciliation believers in Jesus are to take to the world.
But, because of the misunderstanding of God's purpose in giving the law to Israel people believe and teach that the reason God holds their bad behavior against them is to lead them to Jesus. When Paul said the exact opposite is true. That to lead them to a saving faith in Jesus we are to tell them their behavior is not held against them by God. Showing that the Jesus they preach is one related to Moloch.
But, when we believe what the scriptures plainly say. And we believe what Paul told the Hebrews about why Israel was commanded to do sacrifices. We see that it had nothing to do with the need for a substitutionary sacrifice, that is a sacrifice that receives punishment in their place, to take their punishment for sin because God's justice demanded it as the means to appease his wrath against sin. To the contrary, this is a description of sacrifice demanded by Moloch. Not the Creator.
It was because of this idolatry of the law that Isaiah wrote that Israel's "righteousnesses were as filthy rags" to God. And that when Israel would see the bloody and torturous death of the one who was actually their Messiah, what these idolaters would believe they were witnessing was that Jesus was being "stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted".
But, the prophets never taught that this was why Jesus died. And the Creator never demanded the bloody and torturous death of the innocent to appease His wrath against sin. This was never the purpose of the law God gave to Israel.
Because His goal was never to punish bad behavior as a means to satisfy His justice. But, only to use the law temporarily to preserve Israel as a people to be the bloodline for the savior of the world to come through.
That God could show His love for His creation by coming as a man to join with man in his mortality. This is why Christ joined with mankind in our death. On our behalf, not in our place.
So that His resurrection from the dead would conquer mortality once and for all for those who will believe in Jesus. Thus providing "the way" for man to join with God in immortality simply by trusting in Jesus and His resurrection as Paul teaches in Rom.10:9,10.
A trust that is love freely given in response to His freely given loving sacrifice for us. A sacrifice that Jesus says in 1John15:13 defines the greatest kind of love. That is, God freely and lovingly doing what is best for us what we could never do for ourselves. Conquer death. By being "cut off but not for Himself" as Dan.9:26 says. Because it was on our behalf that Jesus was cut off.
So that when we see the greatness of His freely given love for us, we would be moved to choose of our own free will to love Him in return. To create the kind of relationship for which God created man.
The kind of relationship that should have caused the servant that was freely forgiven his debt in Mt.18, to also forgive those who were indebted to him. If only he would have loved as he had been loved.
So to love as God loves we must not impute sin when others sin against us. We must "forgive those who trespass against us as we are forgiven our trespasses".
This is why the law must never be misconstrued to be the character of God. Because the law brings the imputation of sin. While on the contrary, the love that is the character of God, does not impute sin.
This is why God has taken all the steps through His history in dealing with man from Adam till now. So He could show us how much He loves us. It is shown through all of her deliverances in the Old Testament. And in what is His ultimate deliverance for all mankind through Jesus' conquering of mortality on our behalf.
It was God's plan by revealing His love through Jesus, that man would be convinced how much God loves us, so that we would come to freely love Him in return. And that our trust in Him that is only possible by knowing this kind of love we could be born again.
This is why John told us "Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son to be the propitiation(mercy seat) for our sins." And that "Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another." 1John4:10,11. Adding that this is why we should "love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God." And that "He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love." 1John4:7,8.
This is why it is so important that we know the love of God and have His love shed abroad in our hearts. Because faith works by love. And it is only by grace through faith that we are delivered from the mortality that Adam was made with, to the immortality that only Jesus can give. Because only Jesus has conquered death.
When the events in the garden are understood through the lens of God's love we can understand why God planned these events the way they happened. So that then we will see the real purpose for the serpent being allowed in the garden to tempt Adam. Why Adam was made without any knowledge of good and evil. Why a tree of knowledge of good and evil was placed there. And why God sent Adam and Eve from the garden to no longer eat from the tree of life.
That in all of this we will see that in what Satan intended for evil, God would work His original and only plan for our good. Because only when Adam left the garden would he come face to face with his mortality. And in his mortality he would see his need for a relationship with God.
Why? Because God is love. And because He is love He created us for love. A love that is only possible by knowing good and evil. Because without this knowledge it is impossible for man to either be completely free to receive God's gift of love. Or completely free to reject it. And without this knowledge man could not justly be held responsible for such a choice.
When we see the lies of Moloch's emissaries who have been deceiving so many for so long, we see how all of this changes for us how we understand who God is, who Jesus is, and what His atonement was for. Because now we see these things through the eyes of God's love. Rather than through the eyes of Moloch's hate for men because they are made in God's image.
We see how it is Moloch's hate that demands the bloody and torturous death of the innocent to appease his wrath. And how the serpent has deceived men to think that it is God's just demand that required this to keep them from the only truth that can deliver from mortality to immortality.
So the challenge that Joshua put to Israel is the same challenge being put to all men today. "Now therefore fear the Lord, and serve him in sincerity and in truth: and put away the gods which your fathers served on the other side of the flood, and in Egypt; and serve ye the Lord.
And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." Joshua24:15.
Jesus has proven His love for you by the cross. Will you choose to love Him in return as Joshua did? He came so that you could know that love so that you will respond by trusting in Him so that same love is shed abroad in your heart by the Holy Spirit.
Now that you have seen that the demands of Moloch for a bloody and torturous death of the innocent to appease his wrath is not the sacrifice provided through the love of God, who will you choose?
Will you choose to remain mortal by trusting in a sacrifice to Moloch? One that was done to appease wrath against bad behavior? Or will you choose to become immortal by trusting in Jesus who joined with man in our mortality so that we could join with Him in His immortality that has nothing to do with works?
The Jesus of the Bible is not the son of man and the son of Moloch. He is the son of man and the Son of God. His sacrifice was not to appease the Father's wrath against bad behavior. It was to make mortals immortal by conquering their mortality on their behalf by His death and resurrection.
If you will choose the Jesus of the Bible you will have the gift of immortality, and the seal right now of the indwelling Holy Spirit. And the first fruits that is the spirit birthed in you that makes you a child of God and heir to His kingdom. These are the guarantee of our place in eternity in God's kingdom after we shed these mortal bodies.
If you will confess Jesus is your Lord. And believe in your heart that He has raised from the dead. You shall be saved. Do this... and I will see you there or in the air!
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