Speaking where the bible speaks, and silent where the bible is silent.

If those who keep the law of Christ explicitly are called legalist, then that would mean those who don’t keep the law of Christ explicitly are illegalist. Urban dictionary define legalism as: “An arrogant, prideful, egoistic, religious person who believes their religion is the only true religion. They are deeply religious in their dogma/religion to such an extent they believe that is who they are. They are often times very legalistic and think they are better than others, especially other people who aren’t members of their particular religion. People who are religionists are usually the biggest hypocrites.”
Under the premise of this definition, the apostle Paul was a legalist. He wrote by the Holy Spirit that there is only ONE FAITH, and Jesus is the head of One Church which was named the church (body) of Christ. (Eph 4:5; Eph 1:22,23; Col 1:18) Truly all of God’s servants should be deeply religious, and zealous of good works, even as the apostle Paul stated Christ desires of us. (Tit 2:14)  I don’t know of any servant of God who is ashamed of Christ, and to be called by His name, Christian. (Lk 9:26) All true Christians are fully aware that all have sinned, and fall short, but they also know the by obeying the gospel frees us from that sin. (Rom 3:23; Acts 2:38; Col 1:14)  Christians are used to being slandered, but it is high time those who slander Christians know that they have a father who accuses brethren day and night before God, the Devil himself. (Rev 12:9,10; Jn 8:44) Be careful of the stones that you throw, lest they be aimed right back at you. (Rom 2:1-4)

Comments on: "Be Careful of the Stones You Throw" (1)

  1. Ewell D. Pritchett said:

    Good article. Thanks

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