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6.1 Pseudo-Christianity or the Kingdom of God

Pseudo-Christianity or the Kingdom of God
In Christianity we see, for the present, three large groups: Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, and Protestant. The Protestants in turn consist of thousands of different churches and denominations, such as the Anglicans, Lutherans, Methodists, Baptists, Pentecostals, etc.
Most of us have been separated in the past by the walls built of individual doctrines and traditions. These religious walls will, however, increasingly fall to pieces in the end times.

God sees a different boundary which cuts through it all:

  • We either belong to the Kingdom of God, the Church, because we have been born again and our Christian life is a result of God's working.
  • Or our life is characterized by only an outward fear of God, a learned traditional religious behavior pattern, which we achieve on our own. For it is fully possible to outwardly achieve a religious gloss by going to church, reading the Bible and praying, while still lacking the inward life of Christ.

In this manner, the groups composed of those who pay lip service to God (these are called the "Harlot"), and those of the Kingdom of God (the "Bride") appear all the more clearly.

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