Hello, Malcolm -

Let's take a look at your reasoning, shall we?

You said, "When you become perfect like Jesus and have a perfect knowledge of all things like Jesus then you can judge others lost." Okay. So you're saying that only those who are perfect like Jesus and have a perfect knowledge of all things like Jesus can judge others lost. Let's apply your own standard to yourself. You have judged me to be lost. Thus, you're saying one of two things:

(1) You are perfect like Jesus and have a perfect knowledge of all things; thus, you can judge me to be lost.

or

(2) YOU don't have to be perfect like Jesus and have a perfect knowledge of all things in order to judge others to be lost, but I have to be perfect like Jesus and have a perfect knowledge of all things in order to judge others to be lost. You're not a proud, arrogant, self-righteous pig when you judge others to be lost, but I am a proud, arrogant, self-righteous pig when I judge others to be lost. You use a different standard for yourself than you do for others.

Which one is it, Malcolm?

I smell the stench of a hypocrite.

By God's grace, I will not shut my mouth and will continue to proclaim the truth, even in the face of opposition from hypocrites.

To God alone be the glory,

Marc D. Carpenter

"Those who forsake the law praise the wicked, but those who keep the law strive with them." (Proverbs 28:4)


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