Pharisee Paul, the anti-Christ and a false apostle (1 John 2:18, Rev. 2:2, 2 Timothy 1:15)  preaches predestination:

Ephesians 2:5-8  [E]ven when we were dead in sins  ... [God] has raised us up together and made us sit together in heavenly places ... for by grace you are saved ... not of yourselves ... for God has before ordained that we should walk

Romans 8:30  Whom he did predestine, them he also called, and whom he called, he also justified, and whom he justified, them he also glorified

Ephesians 1:11  In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestined according to the purpose of him who works all things after the counsel of his own will

Ephesians 2:10  ... God has before ordained that we should walk in them

Ephesians 4:30  Do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God whereby you are sealed unto the day of redemption

Philippians 1:6  being confident of this very thing, that he which has begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ

1 Thessalonians 5:9  God has not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ

The gospel of Pharisee Paul is that everyone is dead in their sins.  God chooses which dead sinners he shall give life to and chooses which dead sinners he shall heap wrath upon.   Holding that believe necessarly ridicules Christ for doing miracles in order to get evildoers to repent, give up evil deeds.  Why was Christ trying to get evildoers to repent if indeed it all goes down as Pharisee Paul claims, God picks and chooses who he saves, not of works.  Christ sought works, to turn away from evil:

Matthew 11:20  Then he began to speak against the cities wherein most of his mighty works were done because they did not repent

Those who believe on Pharisee Paul that God picks who he saves ridicule Christ for getting riled over evildoers who refused to repent.  What to get riled about Christ, you just save by grace the dead-in-their-sins people without any repentance, no works necessary to be saved.  It is not of works, it is by the grace of Christ, says Pharisee Paul, predestination.   Why is Christ complaining about evildoers not repenting, when Christ saves by grace, just save the evildoers as they are, bring them in as is - Christ does the picking and choosing.   See the darkness contrasted with the light?  The darkness is the evil gospel of Pharisee Paul that says evildoers are saved by grace, not of works and the light is the gospel of Christ that says repentance from evil is what saves, ceasing works of evil to do works of good is what saves.

Clearly, it is a lie that God predestines who gets saved because Christ the Son of God did miracles to try to convince evildoers to turn from evil works to do good works.  Why is Christ trying to get evildoers to stop doing evil?  Is it not because the Father and the Son love people and want no one to go to the lake of fire!  But if Christ and the Father chose who they want to save and their will is always done, as Pharisee Paul preaches, then they always get what they want.  But we see Christ did not get what he wanted, evildoers to repent, therefore Christ and the Father do not always get what they want in that regard and therefore predestination is a lie.

But some may say, but Christ said many are called but few are chosen, which many evil Pharisee Paul converts have wrongly claimed confirms predestination, but a careful reading of Christ's parable shows he says no such thing that there is predestination:

Matthew 22:1-14   And Christ answered and spoke unto them by parables saying, the kingdom of Heaven is like unto a certain king which made a marriage for his son, and sent forth his servants to call them that were bidden to the wedding ...  So the servants went out into the highways and gathered together all as many as they found, both  good and bad, and the wedding was furnished with guests.  And when the king came in to see the guests, he saw a man that did not have a wedding garment on ... take him away into outer darkness ... for many are called but few are chosen

Who is not chosen in the above parable, it is the man who is evil.  The guests furnished for the wedding feast included "good and bad", and the bad are not chosen.  The good are signified by those who have on wedding garments and the bad one is signified by the one who is not wearing wedding garments.  Another example that proves Christ is saying it is the bad who are not chosen, but all are called.   Called but failed to turn from evil deeds which means though called, they are not chosen:

Matthew 13:47-50  Again, the kingdom of Heaven is like unto a net that was cast into the sea, and gathered of every kind .., gathered the good into vessels, but cast the bad away.  So shall it be at the end of the world, the angels shall come forth and sever the wicked from the just

Matthew 13:41  Christ shall send forth his angels who shall remove all evil people and all offensive things from the earth

And there is seen Christ once again confirming that there are righteous people, as the just (righteous) remain on earth at Christ's second coming, but the evil are removed from the earth by Christ's angels.  Clearly, in the matter of "many are called but few are chosen", Christ is saying that evil people are not chosen, though called.
Therefore, it is a lie of Pharisee Paul that the evil are made alive in Christ, as he states in Ephesians 2:5.

Pharisee Paul is a liar in claiming that all goes according to God's will (Ephesians 1:11).  Did Christ and the Father want the angels to go down to women to procreate?  But that is what they wanted and the Lord gave them the means  to carry out their want; and it was an evil want out of which came Nephilim.  Nephilim no longer exist (Deut. 3:11), but the evil spirits that came from their dead bodies do exist (Matthew 8:28).  And it was an evil want for which said angels suffer eternal condemnation, according to the book of Enoch.

Christ did his best to try to get evildoers to repent because he loves people and does not want evil people to go to the lake of fire, which they could avoid if they would only give up evil deeds.  The fact of the matter is, evil is a preference.  Choosing darkness over light is a matter of love for darkness and no love for light:

John 3:19  And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world but men loved darkness rather than light because their deeds are evil

Dead-in-their-sins people, aka evildoers, are not saved by God.  Pharisee Paul says the dead-in-their-sins people are made alive in Christ by the grace of Christ.  But we see Christ says no such thing, as he tried to get dead-in-their-sins people to turn from evil, but they refused.   Among evildoers, only those who repent of evil are saved by God.  Those who are not doing evil are already living righteously, which is why Christ said he is cool with the righteous, his message of "repent because the kingdom of God is coming" is not for them (Matthew 9:13).  When God's kingdom comes, the righteous are safe.  It is the evil people who are in peril when God's kingdom comes:

Matthew 13:41  Christ shall send forth his angels who shall remove all evil people and all offensive things from the earth

The dead-in-their-sins people who think they are of Christ are those who remain dead in the false christ of Pharisee Paul's gospel, but think they are alive in Christ.  Alive in a falsehood that remains with them before Christ in Heaven, delusional fantasy world to the end for the believers upon the false christ presented to the world by the Pharisees' gospel of Paul (including Pharisee forgeries 1 and 2 Peter):

Matthew 7:22-23   Many shall say to me in that day, but Lord Lord we did many wonderful works in your name ... And I will tell them, I never knew you.  Depart from me, workers of iniquity.

That is some pretty heavy stuff there, that people who think they are of Christ end up in the lake of fire, and believers on Christ know that only evil people end up in the lake of fire.  Evil people who say they did good works in Christ's name, they do not think they are evil, that is how delusional they are.   Just as Pharisees and Sadducees were oblivious to hearing Christ tell them they are of Satan.   They insisted rather that they are of God because they are of Abraham through Issac.  The many who think they are of Christ argue with Christ insisting he must know them because they think the false christ of Paul's gospel is the real Christ.  And these are the Christian Pharisee Paul converts, the believers upon Pharisee Paul's predestination lie.    They do not hear that Christ says evildoers hate the light, as their master Pharisee says he does evil but they insist Paul is of God.  Evildoers hate the light, but the predestination lie claims God makes evildoers his own.

Christ pleads with evildoers to stop doing evil - therefore, no predestination, but free will of people to choose darkness or to choose light.    Christ upbraids the evildoers of Chorazin and Bethsaida for refusing to cease evil deeds and tells them that for refusing to give up evil deeds, they will end up in Hell.

Deuteronomy 30:19  I call Heaven and earth to record this day against  you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse, therefore choose life that both you and your seed may live

The children of Israel could choose to obey God or choose not to obey God, so predestination that says God bestows his grace on whomsoever he chooses is a lie, as God wants all to choose life, not death.   The people of Nineveh were given the choice to obey God and live or disobey God and be destroyed, and they chose to obey God by turning from evil (Jonah 3:10).  

Depending on one's position in this world, Pharisee Paul is rough or kind upon those who are not believers on his gospel:

Titus 3:1-3  Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every good work, to speak evil of no man ... for we ourselves were sometime foolish, disobedient ....

Ephesians 2:2-3  ... [all non-believers] are children of disobedience ... children of wrath

2 Corinthians 10:6  Be ready to revenge all disobedience

Pharisee Paul instructs his converts to obey those in government that are non-believers because said converts were once non-believers themselves.  He reminds his converts that evil people can be suddenly plucked from the darkness by the grace of God and while yet dead in their sins brought into the fold of God, just as Paul's converts allegedly were.  So Paul instructs his converts to be easy on those in government who are non-believers.   Witness government officials do evil, obey them regardless and speak no evil of them, says Pharisee Paul.  Ordered to do an evil deed by a government official, obey all in government, says Pharisee Paul and do not speak evil of them.  Hold your peace, "speak evil of no man" says Pharisee Paul, well no man that is in a ruling position that is.   If not a government official, a ruler, that predestination stuff that maybe God's grace shall come upon them does not hold for non-believers who are not in government, as anti-Christ Paul instructs his converts that God demands they are to revenge all disobedience.  Pharisee Paul teaches that there are people who are predestined by God for wrath.   But when it comes to rulers, Pharisees must curry favor with rulers, so they instruct their converts to obey rulers, and speak no evil of rulers even if the rulers do not believe.    There again, the evil Pharisee Paul declares evildoers can be of God, as he says some in government are as his converts once were "foolish, disobedient", while also teaching that all in government are of God (Romans Ch. 13).   Government officials are highly revered in Paul's gospel.  

But as to non-governmental non-believers, the Pharisees whip up their converts to war, as Pharisees generate their money through Gentiles patronizing their church altars, so their goal is adoption of church altars by Gentiles.  And if the church altars are not voluntarily accepted, then by force.  In the opening paragraphs of the Roman Catholic Council of Trent document, the Roman emperor and king of France are urged to unite to fight the infidels and if they do not, they are told that God will pour out his wrath on the emperor and king.   All non-believers are children of wrath, children of disobedience says Pharisee Paul, and he instructs his converts to revenge all disobedience.  But if a non-believer is in government, then it is hands off.  Paul's converts are to respect, obey, submit themselves to non-believers in government.

Whenever an interpretation is applied to a passage which conflicts with explicit statements in other passages, then that interpretation is incorrect.  God says it is not his will that any evil man dies, he would rather they repent.  Christ got mad at the evildoers in Chorazin and Bethsaida that saw his great miracles and still would not stop doing evil.   But if predestination were truth, there would be no need to plead with evildoers as God predestines who is saved.  But predestination is a lie of Pharisee Paul and he lies still more claiming that no one can go against the will of God!

Ephesians 1:11  In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestined according to the purpose of him who works all things after the counsel of his own will

God works all things after the counsel of his own will?  That is a lie, for the will of God is not carried out in all things, the will of God is thwarted by evildoers.  Christ said, pray that the will of God is done on earth as it is in Heaven, meaning that on earth the will of God is not carried out as it is in Heaven.  In all of Heaven, the will of God is carried out, but in the earth, things that are against God's will go down.  It is not the will of God that Catholic priests rape boys.  It is not God's will that children are abused (Matthew 18:6).  It is not the will of God that men love darkness rather than light (John 3:19).   It is not the will of God that Cain refused to make an acceptable offer to God, though offered an opportunity to do so by God after screwing up with his first offer (Genesis 4:6-7).   It was not the will of Christ that the evildoers of Chorazin and Bethsaida refused to stop doing evil (Matthew 11:20-21).  It is not the will of Christ that his Jewish believers in Pergamos permitted teachers of doctrine that it is okay to eat food sacrificed to idols to hang around with them, and he tells them to send those people away.  It is Christ's will that the Jewish believers in Pergamos send said people away from them, but they could choose not to do his will, in which event, Christ said he will fight against those people who teach that it is okay to eat food sacrificed to idols (Rev. 2:12-16).   It is Christ's will that a woman named Jezebel repent of her evil, but if she does not, then Christ will cast her into great tribulation (Rev. 2:20-22).  So it is an absolute lie from Pharisee Paul that in all things, God gets his will done.    

Ezekiel 18:23   Have I any pleasure at all that the wicked should die, says the Lord God and not that he should turn from his ways and live?

Matthew 11:20  And Christ began to upbraid those cities wherein most of his mighty works were done because they would not repent

Clearly, God's will is not performed by all of his creatures and therefore Pharisee Paul is a liar in claiming that in all things God's will is done.  As to those creatures who refuse to do God's will, they will end up apart from God.  It is not God's will that evil people choose to love evil rather than love the light.   God did not create the lake of fire for mankind, it was created for Satan and his angels (Matthew 25:41).  But if any of mankind wants to do the deeds of Satan, then they end up where Satan is.  So when it comes to God's statements regarding Pharaoh that he hardened his heart, raised him up for such a time where the interpretation is made that such proves predestination, the interpretation is incorrect because there are a myriad of statements that explicitly declare that God would rather evildoers repent and live.  Both the Father and the Son willed for evildoers to repent who did not repent.  

Pharisee Paul and his fellow Pharisees founded churches for Gentiles so that they could steal the wealth of Gentiles. They extorted money from Gentiles by claiming God demands they pay money to the Pharisees (Romans 15:27).   The doctrine of Paul was written in order to get Gentiles to become paying members of churches.  That is the entirety of the motive behind Paul's gospel, to receive money from Gentiles.    Here is some more of the doctrine of anti-Christ Paul preaching predestination:

Romans 9:21  Has not the potter power over the clay ... to make one vessel unto honor and one vessel unto dishonor

Romans 9:19  You will say then to me, why does he find fault?  For who has resisted his will?

Romans 9:20  But I say, who are you that replies against God?  Shall the thing formed say to him that formed it, why have you made me thus?

The formed thing just did speak against him that formed him, questioning how can that which formed him find fault in him if no one can resist his will?  Darn good question, and the answer given by Pharisee Paul should be a wake up call to run from Paul because he offers that the formed cannot speak against that which formed him, but we see that the formed did speak, and he has a mind, and he seeks to reason and he finds fault with a God who Paul claims punishes those who have not resisted God's will, for as Paul says no one can resist God's will (predestination).  Therefore, it is a lie that the thing formed cannot say to him that formed him, why did you make me this way.   In fact, anti-Christ Paul looks the clown telling the man, "who are you that replies against God", therefore accusing him of being one who questions God, while claiming nothing formed by God can question God to say, why did you make me this way.   

Isaiah 64:8   ... Lord, you are our Father; we are the clay and you are our potter, and we are all the work of your hand

All of mankind is the work of God's hand:

Genesis 1:26-27  And God said, let us make man in our image, after our likeness ... So God created them in his own image ... male and female he created them

Some interpret "male and female he created them", as meaning God created other individuals than Adam and Eve.  But that is not true, for it is said that Eve is the mother of all (Genesis 3:20).   All of mankind are the work of God's hand in that God created mankind beginning with the creation of Adam and Eve and the rest of mankind being born of women impregnated by the seed of men, as God created mankind to procreate.   And the foregoing is the extent of what is being conveyed in Isaiah 64:8, that God created mankind.    What is not being conveyed in Isaiah 64:8 is that God predestines who shall be saved, and who shall be not saved; who shall be a vessel of wrath and who shall be a vessel unto himself, but Pharisee Paul  does make such claim.

Pharisee Paul offers the example of Pharaoh to back his predestination claim.  God said he raised up Pharaoh for such a time, that he hardened the heart Pharaoh.   And there is a good example of a passage that can be interpreted as predestination.   But there are other passages where the Father and the Son clearly say it is not their will that evildoers refuse to repent.  It is not their will that there are people who love darkness rather than light.  Therefore, it is wrong to interpret what God speaks about Pharaoh as proving that God declared he predestined Pharaoh for destruction.    Christ and the Father did not predestine Judas Iscariot for destruction, rather, with Pharaoh and with Judas, God knew these were evil men that would never repent, just as Christ says he knows Pharisees and Sadducees and their converts are children of Hell, evil people who never repent of doing evil.  Christ knew Judas was a devil from the time he made him an apostle (John 6:70).

Exodus 7:3  And I will harden Pharaoh's heart and multiply my signs and wonders in the land of Egypt

Could anyone turn a rod into a serpent?  No one of mankind has that power.  Christ says one cannot even will a hair to turn white or black.  But Moses turned a rod into a snake through the power of God.  And Pharaoh's sorcerers did the same, by the power of God.  Pharaoh sought his magicians to also do as Moses and turn a rod into a snake.  But they could never do that, but God hardened the heart of Pharaoh by having the rod cast by Pharaoh's sorcerers turn into a snake.

And on and on Pharaoh's heart is hardened as those miracles done by Moses, which are supposed to be evidence of God's power, are also performed by Pharaoh's wizards.  But not actually performed by Pharaoh's wizards, but by God allowing his wizards to accomplish the same miracles in order to harden Pharaoh's heart so that God could multiply his signs and wonders in Egypt.    Then Moses performs that which Pharaoh's wizards cannot perform, but Pharaoh has become even more hardened against God.  When God kills Pharaoh's son,  he lets the children of Israel depart Egypt.

Then God has his Jewish people exit Egypt taking a path that will shut them in, with the Red Sea as a barrier shutting them in (Exodus 14:2):

Exodus 14:3  For Pharaoh will say of the children of Israel, they are entangled in the land and the wilderness has shut them in

In that way, God again hardens Pharaoh's heart, giving Pharaoh a perceived opportunity to do the evil he wants to do to the children of Israel.  The fleeing Israelites, trapped by the Red Sea, Pharaoh is lured by God to make his move upon Israel.  But God parts the Red Sea for his people, something Pharaoh never anticipated, and they all make it safely through to the other side and then all of Pharaoh's chariots, horses and horsemen follow into the still parted Red Sea and God causes the sea to come together again and all of Pharaoh's company were drowned in the sea.  

Christ's gospel says to evildoers:  stop doing evil if you want to live.  Christ said, repent because the kingdom of God is coming (Matthew 4:17).  That is the message of Christ, he began his ministry by preaching:  Repent (stop doing evil).  And why repent?  Because the kingdom of God is coming.  Okay, so what that the kingdom of God is coming?  What does that mean for evildoers that the kingdom of God is coming?:

Matthew 13:41  Christ shall send forth his angels who shall remove all evil people and all offensive things from the earth

The grace and truth of Christ in warning evildoers to repent, in having died to be the blood atonement for sins.  He holds out for evildoers to cease doing evil, and has done so for thousands of years now:

Matthew 12:20  Smoking flax [evil people] he shall not quench and a bruised reed [evil people] he shall not crush until he sends forth judgment unto victory

Mathew 13:30  Let both [evil people and good people] grow until harvest

The premise upon which Pharisee Paul basis his lie of predestination is itself a lie, that those who are dead in their sins are made alive in Christ.  If that were the case, then the Pharisees would have no problem escaping eternal damnation.  Christ says, how can Pharisees and Sadducees escape eternal damnation, and according to Paul's predestination lie, all Christ need do is make the dead sinner Pharisees and Sadducees his own.  As Pharisee Paul says, quicken the dead in sins to make them alive in Christ.  The Pharisees and Sadducees heard about John the Baptist, they took John's message seriously enough that they came to be baptized by him.  But John had none of that with them, he saw them and immediately called them out:  you snakes.  Who warned you to flee!  John knows the Pharisees and Sadducees are dead in their sins and remain so because they will never give up evil deeds.   John nips it in the bud with those evil children of Hell Pharisees and Sadducees, men of Satan, he knows the deal with them fellows which is that they think because they are the physical descendants of Abraham through Issac, they are automatically of God.  Christ dealt with them on that issue too saying:

John 8:37  I know that you are of the seed of Abraham

John 8:40 But now you seek to kill me, a man that has told you the truth ....

John 8:42  ... If God were your Father, you would love me

John 8:44  You are of your father, Satan and the lusts of your father you do ....

John the Baptist said to them:

Matthew 3:9  and think not within yourselves to say that we have Abraham as our father, for I say to you that from these stones, God is able to raise up children unto Abraham

The evil Christian Pharisee Paul converts think they are of God regardless because God allegedly chose them.  As Pharisee Paul states, saved by God's grace while dead in sin, justified by grace while dead in sin (Ephesians 2:5, Romans 8:30).   Quickened, made alive in Christ while dead in sin.

No one who is dead in their sins is made alive in Christ.  Pharisee Paul teaches that those who are dead in their sins are made alive in Christ (Ephesians 2:5).  The foundational teaching in Pharisee Paul's gospel is that God picks those who he bestows 'saved by grace' upon.  Dead in sins while made together with Christ via "by grace you are saved" (Ephesians 2:5).   A bunch of evildoers thrust into the light by the grace of God, they are dead in their sins embraced by the light.  I'm evil and you love me God.  We are all dead in our sins and some of the dead sinners were by strictly God's choosing now walking with God, and these are the Pharisee Paul converts.  Not of works, they are dead in their sins, made alive in Christ by the predetermined will of God that they be saved dead sinners:

John 9:31  Now we know that God does not hear sinners, but if any man be a worshiper of God and does his will, him he hears

If the dead sinners could be made alive just by will of God, then Christ was wasting time performing miracles in an effort to get evildoers to believe that he is the son of God and therefore heed his command to cease doing evil.  Why was Christ blabbering on about people going to Hell that saw his miracles and refused to repent, just make the dead-in-their-sins people your own, Christ.  That is what Pharisee Paul teaches, that God just picks who he wants to save by grace from among all of mankind that Pharisee Paul says are all unrighteous, all are dead in their sins.   So they are all dead in their sins, and God has already predestined who among the dead sinners shall be a dead sinner in the arms of God.   

Paul's gospel is nothing but lies of the Pharisees to steal the wealth of Gentiles.  In Philippians 3:6, Pharisee Paul says he kept all of God's law blamelessly.  Christians are clowns, children of Hell, droning on and on about the Pharisee invented 'law of sin', and here their master has already declared he kept all of God's law without blame.  So much for Paul's claim, that Christians love to believe in, that all flesh is captive to a so-called law of sin and that is the reason no one can keep God's commandments, when Paul has already declared he kept all of God's commandments (Romans 7:23, Philippians 3:6). 

The fact that Christ performed miracles for the evildoers to show that he is of God in an effort to get them to repent, which is to turn away from their evil deeds, proves that predestination is a lie.  All Christ would have to do is pick from among the evildoers who he wants to save, but he does not because that is not the way life is.  If one prefers darkness to light, then darkness they shall have:

John 3:19  And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, but men loved darkness rather than light because they preferred their evil deeds

They would rather do evil than do good.  God does not make anyone who prefers to do evil instead of good one of his own!  Again, the fact that Christ pleaded with evildoers to turn from evil shows that predestination is a lie.    And also shows that it is a lie that dead-in-their-sins people are made alive in Christ, which is what Pharisee Paul claims in Ephesians 2:5.    The dead-in-their-sins people who think they are of Christ are those who are dead in the false christ of Pharisee Paul's gospel (Matthew 7:22-23).  
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