And why everyone who calls themselves a christian should be very concerned about this.

A Biblical look at Molech worship requires reading 1 and 2Kings, Amos5, Jeremiah32, and Leviticus18 and 20. As well as the reference we find in Acts7. When we see what this worship entails, and then look at what church people teach and believe the atonement accomplished, we can then see the similarities between it and the worship the church has taken on since Augustine brought his original sin and sin nature doctrine to the rcc.


To see the similarities between Molech worship and worship church's do, all we need to do is ask why they did it. What was it's true purpose? Well, to begin with they believed that Moloch would get angry at them for their bad behavior. So to insure that they did not receive their deserved punishment, they needed someone to take their punishment in their place.

So they offered their children up in sacrifice to Molech. This was done to appease his wrath against them for whatever bad things they had done to anger him. See the similarities so far?

But wait, it gets worse. Because they believed that the only thing that would appease his wrath against them was the sacrifice of the innocent. And not just any sacrifice. It had to be the most bloody and torturous sacrifice of the most innocent they could offer.

This is why they offered to Molech the most innocent from among them, their children and babies. Doing to the babies the most torturous things imaginable.

And by offering the life of the innocent in their place, they believed the wrath their god Molech meant for them, would be vented against the innocent. And that this would work to appease his wrath against them.

And now because Molech's wrath was satisfied with the torturing and killing the innocent, it was no longer necessary to pour his wrath out upon them. Because now his anger passed and his anger toward them forgotten. So it was like he was never angry with them in the first place.

So because the atonement defined by the original sin and sin nature doctrine is said by it's adherents to accomplish these very same things, these have been joined to Molech, rather than to the true God.

This is why many who call themselves christian describe justification the same way. Saying it means "just as if I'd never sinned". The similarities are uncanny, right? Oh, but there's more.

Because this pacification of Molech's anger only lasted until they did things to make him angry at them again. And they couldn't help but do that because it was in their nature to do them. After all, they were only human and humans make mistakes. And because Molech is a capricious god whose anger is unpredictable. They never knew exactly what would set him off. Which was why they knew he was always angry at them. So the sacrifices needed to be done over and over again to keep him appeased.

Sound familiar? I know it does. Because Heb.10 tells us that Israel also had to come over and over again to offer sacrifices for their sins.

But, we need to understand that despite these similarities between the 2 systems of worship, the purposes accomplished by these similarities, and the goals met by the adherent's worship, are as far apart as the east is from the west. And as the heavens are above the earth. And this is precisely what Satan does not want us to understand. And is why he gave to Augustine the original sin and sin nature doctrine.

This is why God said Israel was never to practice these things that those heathens did in their worship of Molech. Commanding them saying that those Israelites who do them must be put to death.

Telling Israel to put those to death because God wanted them to know that He was not like Molech, also called Baal, in any way. And that this was neither the reason nor purpose that He required Israel to do sacrifice for their forgiveness of sins. He never required or would require such an abominable act of barbaric paganism from those who worshipped Him.

But today, instead of taking heed to God's admonition to Israel in these passages. While churchites may not sacrifice their own children to Molech. This kind of sacrifice is exactly how the average christian has been taught to define the purpose of, and what was accomplished in the atonement, when Jesus suffered and died.

Teaching that the reason God sent Jesus to suffer and die on the cross was to appease His wrath against mankind for their bad behavior. And that if not for Jesus taking that wrath upon Himself it would have been poured out upon mankind. So that every person that has ever lived would burn in the lake of fire for eternity. Because these idolaters believe that's what all men deserve from birth from their holy angry god.

So what must we conclude from this is the difference in their understanding between the atonement for the god Molech/Baal and what they believe about the God of the Bible? Nothing! Zero! Their understanding of the atonement makes them one and the same.

This should send shivers down the spine of every person who calls themselves christian who believe original sin and sin nature doctrine. Because they have been deceived to believe an atonement narrative that has joined them to Molech/Baal. And has blinded them to the true God and the real reason Jesus came and suffered and died.

This kind of examination is what Paul was referring to in 2Cor.13:5. Saying that we all must examine ourselves to see whether we be in the faith. Lest we be reprobate. And one can not get any more reprobate than worshipping Molech while believing we are worshipping the true God.

The truth about God's atonement is found all through the scriptures. Scriptures like the one in Col.2:15 where Paul said Jesus suffered and died, not to be punished in our place, but to "spoil principalities and powers". And to "make a shew of them openly". And that it was by doing this that He would "triumph over them in it." So it was not to pacify His Father's wrath against mankind. It was to show His love for us that caused Him to join with us in our mortality. So that by His death and resurrection we can join with Him in immortality and eternal life.

Does this sound like a sacrifice that was needed to take the place of the one who has supposedly offended God with his bad behavior? So that God will not take His wrath out on the offender? An offender that even after being forgiven is still so repugnant to God that He can not look at him? But, only sees Jesus in Him? No! No! A thousand times No!

And it's not supposed to sound like Him. Because it is not Him. And the atonement was never for that purpose. But, was always meant only to expose who satan really is so that people would no longer be blind to his devices. And to give power to a New Covenant wherein we find eternal life by knowing our Creator.

This is how Jesus paid for sins. By being the final once for all sacrifice for sins that the law required before it could be brought to an end. And by bringing an end to the law for Israel they are free to join themselves to Jesus by faith. As Paul teaches in Rom.7:1-4.

Jesus triumphed over satan and his devices in His suffering and death. Because not only was satan exposed through His suffering and death. But also the sins of the world were taken away. Just as John said in John1:29 the lamb of God would do.

Sins taken away that the Jew's were accountable for under the law. Not by the Son of God being punished for them in their place. But, by His being made the final sacrifice for sins under the law in order that the law, the Old Covenant, would be finished and taken out of their way as Hebrews10:9 says Jesus came to do.

This is why on the cross just before Jesus breathed His last breath as a man on earth He said, "It is finished". This is why we read in Heb.9:15,16 that it was "for this cause he is the mediator of the new testament, that by means of death, for the redemption of the transgressions that were under the first testament, they which are called might receive the promise of eternal inheritance.

For where a testament is, there must also of necessity be the death of the testator." So Jesus' death took the Old Covenant away to give power to the New Covenant.

And now with that Old Covenant brought to an end, so were the sins Jews committed while under that law. As well as their accountability to them. This is why Paul taught in Rom.5:13 that "where there is no law sin is not imputed." And why David wrote "blessed is the man whose sins are not imputed to him."

This is why John taught in 1John1:9 that when the Jew confessed those sins he committed while under the law Jesus would forgive them. Because by being the final once for all sacrifice for sins under the law He had already taken the law out of the way.

So the way for the Jew to be saved from being only natural flesh and blood and accountable to the law, to being spiritual men and a new creature in Christ, was made. Through a New Covenant they would enter into with God by faith in Jesus as their Messiah. This is why He is their deliverer.

A deliverer who first delivers them from the Old Covenant. And then from death to life through a relationship with God in a New Covenant. A relationship that was never possible while they were only natural and not spiritual in the Old Covenant. Just as Paul says in 1Cor.15:45-48 all men have been since Adam was made a living soul. Because it is by this faith in Jesus they are made spiritual beings and children of God.

And sins of the rest of the nations, the Gentiles, is their worship of idols. Jesus' sacrifice gave power to a New Covenant in which He also made it possible for them to be delivered from natural to spiritual life. Because this is covenant that not only Israel was able to join in with God through faith in Jesus. But, that all men now have made available to them.

Paul saying in 1Thes.1:9 that if the Gentile were to "turn from idols to serve the living and true God", they too will have eternal life. They too will be made a spiritual being. A new creature in Christ.

This is the purpose of the atonement. Not a sacrifice serving the demands and purposes of Molech/Baal. But, one that revealed satan and his devices for what they really are. So that the love that God is, and that He has for us, would be revealed to all men when we believe in Jesus and His resurrection.

This is why those who have believed that Jesus' sacrifice was for the appeasement of God's wrath have actually been led to a faith in Molech/Baal. And they do not know Jesus, or the Father who sent Him.

This is why in John14:6,7 we see Jesus saying to His disciples, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. If ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also: and from henceforth ye know him, and have seen him." Because these realized Jesus and the Father are one. First in love, and then in purpose.

A purpose that caused the powers of darkness to expose themselves when they tortured and killed Jesus. This is why Paul said in 1Cor.2:7,8that"we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory:Which none of the princes of this world knew: for had they known it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory."

So this should help you understand what Isaiah was saying in Isaiah 53. That when he said, "Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted." We will now realize that this was their perception of the events taking place when Jesus was tortured and killed. A perception they had because in their minds Jesus was a blasphemer and worthy of torture and death under the demands of the law for that blasphemy. And that Jesus was not stricken or smitten of God at all.

Because in the next verse we see Isaiah rebuking what these believed about Jesus saying that the real reason Jesus was tortured and killed was because "he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed."

So it was for our healing that Jesus suffered and died. In this Isaiah shows Israel that this was how God brought an end to the law. A law that in Gal.3:19 Paul said was added because of transgressions. Transgressions that John said Jesus came to take away when upon seeing Jesus he said, "Behold the lamb of God who taketh away the sin of the world."

This means that as long as you remain in the naughty/nice Santa Claus religious paradigm put upon you by your Molech/Baal worshipping teachers teaching a perverted understanding of the scriptures. You will be blind to the true meaning and purpose of the atonement. Which was to expose the inner workings of satan and his minions. So that deliverance from natural to spiritual. And from mortal to immortal. Could be made the pivotal factor in our minds that would show us God's love for us.

A love that brought Jesus to join, not in our place, but with us in our humanity, suffering, and death. So that by faith in Him and His resurrection we could join with Him in His spirituality, eternal life, and immortality.

With the knowledge that in His life He was to show us the Father. And His suffering and death was to show us the true nature of Satan's devices. So that we know these had nothing to do with any vicarious appeasement of God's anger toward us. But, only how much God loves us and wants us to know Him.

Here is what a believer must think when considering why Jesus suffered and died. If he is to keep himself from falling into Molech worship. Jesus suffered to expose Satan the way the soc or so called white hats are exposing the deep state now. By forcing them to reveal their tactics so we can see who they really are. So that everyone will know. And that His death was to give power to a covenant meant for all mankind so that we can have eternal life when we trust in Jesus and His resurrection.

Because He has always loved us. This is why Paul said God was in Christ on the cross not imputing trespasses to us. By this God showed He was not because He was angry with us. That is, mankind from Adam who are made in His image.

So much so that He gave Israel the law to keep their bloodline from being polluted with the genetics that caused God to destroy so much of the world with a flood. And to destroy Sodom and Gemorrah. Saving only those whose blood had not been polluted in order to preserve mankind until Jesus came.

This is what is meant when Jesus told Israel they were meant to be salt and light. Salt meant to preserve themselves as a purely human race till Jesus came. And a light to the world to show them who this God is that they served and and who protected them.

This deliverance the atonement brought comes only by way of a personal and intimate relationship with the Creator. A relationship that is only possible through a new birth of a spirit in us that was never there before. By being born again through faith in Jesus. And the understanding of the true purpose of His sacrifice.

This is why in John17:3 Jesus said, "this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent."

So I am asking that you Gentiles turn from your idols to trust in and serve the living and true God. And that you Jews break free from your "marriage" to the law by reckoning it to be dead by the body of Christ. So that you can now join yourselves to Jesus who has raised from the dead.

And do not make the mistake of believing those who teach Molech/Baal worship is the meaning of the atonement. Because if you do then you will be in the most unenviable position of believing you are saved. Only to be as sorely disappointed as any unbeliever when you find yourself standing before God at the great white throne rather than the Bema seat judgment. Don't be that person.

Instead trust in Jesus and His resurrection to be saved. Use this time of your sojourning through this life to know Jesus in a greater and greater way. Learn the love of God. So that you can be sure of your salvation. And help others along the way to be sure too.

Do this and you will have eternal life now. Do this and you will receive your new body in the resurrection to be immortal. Do this and you will be a child of God and heir to His kingdom. Do this... and I will see you there or in the air!

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