Romans 5:8   But God commended his love toward us in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us

Consider the following in light of Pharisee Paul's above contention:

Matthew 11:20-24   Then he began to upbraid the cities wherein most of his mighty works were done because they did not repent ... [Christ told them] you shall be brought down to Hell

Did Christ die for those sinners who he already told would be brought down to Hell because they refuse to give up evil deeds?   Did God commend his love to the evildoers of Capernaum, Bethsaida and Chorazin while they were yet sinners?   No, as clearly seen from Matthew 11:20-24!    The light (Christ) had come into the world, and it is up to every individual how they accept the light, to reject the light or to come into the light.  

Before Christ died, he already told evildoers who refused to give up evil that they will to go Hell.  So did Christ die for sinning people who he already declared shall go to Hell because they refused to give up evil deeds?   Of course not.   Therefore, it is a lie of Pharisee Paul that God ever loved evildoers in that Rabbi Paul claims Christ died for unrepentant evildoers.   

God condemns evildoers to Hell and thereafter the everlasting lake of fire (Matthew 25:41).  God never loved evildoers, God abhors evildoers.  Those of mankind who end up in the everlasting lake of fire shall forever be abhorred by all flesh that does love God (Isaiah 66:22-24).

God does accept an evildoer who turns from doing evil.   An evildoer must turn from doing evil before God will accept him.   In which case where an evildoer gives up doing evil, the evildoer is no longer an evildoer for he has forsaken the path of darkness; he is now a righteous person.   And a person who did righteously but turns to doing evil, the Lord says he shall not remember any of his good deeds, but the man shall go to Hell for turning from good to evil (Ezekiel 18:23-24):

Matthew 7:20   Therefore, by their fruits you shall know them

A corrupt person does evil deeds.  A good person does good deeds:

Romans 7:19  ... [Pharisee Paul says] I practice evil

The corrupt Pharisee Paul, his deeds are evil.   By their fruits you shall know them, says Christ.  Therefore., Rabbi Paul is not of God, he is an evildoer who refuses to stop doing evil.  He says that he did keep all of God's laws in his deeds, but he voluntarily gave up following God's commandments in his deeds (Philippians 3:4-6).

Why did Christ die?   

John 3:16   For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son so that whosoever believes on him should not perish but have everlasting life

The people who believe on the Son are not people who practice evil.  Pharisee Paul, the founder of Christianity, is a practitioner of evil deeds.    The only ones that God redeems to himself are those who believe upon the Son, and God does not redeem those who refuse to give up evil deeds.  As stated by Christ, the love of God for the world is to redeem those who believe on his Son.  Those of the world who refuse to believe on the Son, they shall go to Hell when they die.    To believe on the Son is to believe his words, and to believe his words is to shun evil for Christ said, evildoers shall end up in Hell and then the everlasting lake of fire.  But Rabbi Paul claims that while he yet practices evil deeds, he is saved by the grace of God.  Again, Christians, read:

Exodus 23:7  ... I will in no way justify the wicked

So is God a liar in that God later decided to justify wicked people, such as practitioner of evil Rabbi Paul, who claims Christ loves him while he yet does evil?    God is not a liar, therefore Christ's shed blood can never justify the wicked!    God is not a liar, and therefore it is Rabbi Paul who is the liar in claiming God showed his love for the wicked by dying for them while they were yet wicked.     Again, Christ told wicked people who never want to give up being wicked that they shall go to Hell in the next life (Matthew 11:20-24).   Christ did not die for the evildoers of Capernaum, Chorazin and Bethsaida, or for any other people who would never want to give up evil deeds.

Before Christ died, he said the condemnation upon men and women shall be for refusing to give up evil deeds (John 3:19).  Therefore, God did not commend any love toward the wicked by having Christ die for them while they were yet wicked.    God loves those who love him and God hates those who hate him:

Deuteronomy 5:10  ... showing mercy unto thousands of generations that love me and keep my commandments

Deuteronomy 5:9  ... visiting iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me

Hate the Lord, he hates you too.  Love the Lord and obey his commandments, he shall love you too and show mercy to you.

The world consists of good people and evil people:

Revelation 22:11  Let him that is filthy be filthy still and let him that is unjust be unjust still.  And let him that is righteous be righteous still and let him that is holy be holy still

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

The good people are left behind on the earth, and the evil people removed from God's earth,  fulfilling the prophecy of Christ:

Matthew 5:5  The meek shall inherit the earth

The world that God sees and loves and redeems is the world of good people, not the world of evil people.  Among the good people are those who were once sick:

Matthew 9:12-13   ... Those who are well do not need a physician, only those who are sick.  I came to call sinners to repent, not the righteous

The sick are the evildoers and Christ says to them, stop doing evil or you will not have eternal life.   The righteous already shun evil deeds, they are well, not sick.    Quite the opposite of what evil Rabbi Paul teaches, that all people are evildoers, but some are evildoers saved by the grace of God who do continue to do evil because all flesh is captive to the law of sin, so says Rabbi Paul, a Pharisee, a false apostle, the anti-Christ (1 John 2:18-19, Acts 23:6,  Matthew 23:15, Romans 7:23).

Christians claim they are evildoers saved by grace of God.  Evildoers saved by the grace of God?   Evildoers must decide to stop doing evil or they shall end up eternally condemned (Matthew 11:20-24):

Exodus 23:7  ... I will not justify the wicked

"I WILL NOT JUSTIFY THE WICKED", but Rabbi Paul claims God does justify the wicked:

Romans 5:8  But God commended his love toward us in that while we were yet sinners, he died for us

Love for the wicked, justification of the wicked by the grace of God, so claims Pharisee Paul.  But Christians cannot find any words of the Lord that confirm Paul's contention that God justifies evildoers in any manner whatsoever, but we do see words from the Lord that absolutely declare Pharisee Paul is a liar in claiming the wicked are ever justified by God, that the wicked are saved by grace, that the wicked are justified by the blood of Christ.

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