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Christ Would Have Died for One Person

The Lord Jesus Christ would have died for one person. This incredible truth is manifested in Matthew chapter 18. Christ would be as the shepherd. Leaving the 99 other sheep in the fold to walk hills to find the one missing sheep!

Mt 18:12:14 (NIV) teaches:

12 “What do you think? If a man owns a hundred sheep, and one of them wanders away, will he not leave the ninety-nine on the hills and go to look for the one that wandered off?13 And if he finds it, truly I tell you, he is happier about that one sheep than about the ninety-nine that did not wander off.14 In the same way your Father in heaven is not willing that any of these little ones should perish.

Certainly, Christ would have died for one! The love of God is beyond understanding but shows up as a gift in the hearts of the elect. Believe to the end!

See also:

New Covenant Theology


1646 First London Confession


Luther and Menno: A Failure of Protestant and Anabaptist Doctrine


How to Go to Hell: Believe in the Three Uses of the…

Do I Feel Guilt for Those Not Saved?

Many people feel guilty if they are saved from a plane crash or from the Holocaust, when most are not saved from the terrible events. So, am I guilty being saved when those who are left behind are unsaved in large numbers?

Yes, I do experience  a sorrow, maybe not guilt. My heart breaks at the Holocaust victims who are not saved. They have way more Jewish DNA than I do. They could have been included in the Romans 11 grafting of the original branches onto the Olive Tree. But I don't see that happening.

I am very aware that the Holocaust victims were born prior to 1948, and I, who am elect in Christ, was born in 1949, just one year after the sign of God's peace with the elect Jews was established. (Luke 21:24)

My heart breaks for these survivors of the Holocaust the most. It is because they were spared only to not be spared eternally. I can't help it. I crumble at this thought.  They lived their lives in a prison of guilt and depression. They remember their families brutall…

New Covenant Theology, Both Real and Fake

Clearly, New Covenant Doctrine has been abused by many New Covenant theologians. This little movement of mostly Gentile adherents has never broken away from Protestantism and/or Anabaptism. But I have broken away. The problem is simple.

I personally believe money may be a strong motivator, but it also is that NCT theologians simply cannot discern that law preparation is a false gospel! They refuse to separate from something that does not seem to be important to them.

Yet for one called through the gospel, it is the difference between eternal life and eternal separation from God!

I have only fellowship with the 1646 First London Baptists by the words they left of true faith. I stand with them. I do not seek to make a dime off the gospel.

But it seems that both money and needy hearts bring the NCT movement together. Yet the truth is not taught. If anything these imposters accept or gravitate toward the 1689 Second Baptist Confession, which is a falling away from truth! The First Baptis…