Romans 2:16   ... God shall judge the secrets of men by Jesus Christ according to my gospel

John 12:48   He that rejects me and does not receive my words, has one that judges him, the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day

Anti-Christ Paul is in Hell and awaits the everlasting lake of fire, that is where Paul shall spend all eternity and his converts too (Matthew 23:15, Acts 23:6, Matthew 7:22-23).    

Who speaks truth?   It is the gospel of Paul that judges the secrets of men at the judgment before God; or is it the gospel of Christ (Matthew and John) that shall judge all men at the judgment before God?   One of them is a liar, for the Paul converts know - divide, divide, divide - rightly divide the bible to separate the contradictory doctrines that are Paul's gospel and Christ's gospel (2 Timothy 2:15).     Romans 11:30-32 Christ taught lies to the House of Israel to put them all in delusion, so says the evil anti-Christ Paul.   The Paul converts believe that Christ is the liar for his gospel is not what judges all mankind at judgment; the Paul converts say the gospel of Paul is what shall judge all mankind.  Matthew 7:22-23 for those dog Paul converts, Christ never knew them, they go to the lake of fire.

Rightly divide the truth, Christ speaks lies and Paul speaks truth, so say  the Christian theologians, bible societies, pastors and priests in accordance with 2 Timothy 2:15 where Pharisee Paul demands, separate me from Christ, I am for Gentiles, Christ is for the Jews (Galatians 2:7-8, Romans 15:8).  And the doctrine of Christ is wholly contradictory to the doctrine of Pharisee Paul, except in a few places such as:

Romans 2:13  ... doers of the law shall be justified

Revelation 22:14   Blessed are those that do God's commandments that they may have the right to enter the city through the gates and eat of the fruit of the tree of life

Both are saying that justification is by following the law of God.  Both Christ and Pharisee Paul says, justification is by doing God's law.

Elsewhere, the evil Pharisee contradicts himself saying no one is justified by following God's law:

Galatians 2:6   No one is justified by following the law

Romans 3:20   No flesh shall be justiifed by following the law

But which does Pharisee Paul really believe?  That justification of men before God is by following God's law or that no one is justified before God by following God's law?   These are Pharisees, and they think they are of Moses, of God, and they claim that they absolutely follow all of God's law:

Philippians 3:4-6  ... as touching the law, I am a Pharisee.  As touching the righteousness that is in the law, blameless

The all-law abiding, blameless before God Pharisee Paul, an upstanding Pharisee, as all Pharisees are, right?:

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

Pharisees think they do as God commands, Christ told them they are of Satan.   Paul says his Pharisee-self is a praise worthy individual, a most upstanding Pharisee who keeps all of God's law until the day that he decided to voluntarliy stop following God's law in his deeds.

Read Philippians 3:7  and know that Pharisee Paul states that he voluntarily gave up following God's law in his deeds.   Therefore, Paul's law of sin is a lie, is a willfull lie of Paul, his made up law of sin that declares it is a law that no one can follow God's law because all flesh is captive to the law of sin (Romans 7:23), and Pharisee Paul shows himself to be lying in claiming that a law of sin exists because he says he as he does in Philippians 3:4-7 which states that Pharisee Paul voluntarily gave up following God's law in his deeds.

Hebrews 10:26-27   Sin willfully after knowing the truth and you are forever condemned

Pharisee Paul is a Talmud believer, wherein Gentiles are considered to be the lowest form of life on earth, fit to be killed, lied to, used in any manner whatsoever to enrich the Pharisees.   So Talmud believer Pharisee Paul tells his Gentiles that his ways are in Christ, to follow him:

1 Corinthians 11:1   Follow me, my ways are in Christ

Romans 7:19  ... I practice evil

Romans 7:25   ... I serve the law of sin in my deeds

Lead the Gentiles to commit evil so that God will destroy them.    Paul says, sin willfully after knowing the truth you are forever condemned.  So the Talmud believing Paul is just setting up his Gentiles for a sacrifice to God, for God to kill them because they do evil.  The Talmud gives every right to the Pharisees to deceive their Gentile prey:

Romans 15:16   ... that the offering up of the Gentiles might be acceptable ....

An offering is a sacrifice.   Sacrifice those Gentiles to the God of the Pharisees, which God is not who they claim to serve and believe they serve, but is no god at all, but rather is Satan.  Satan is who Pharisee Paul is of; and who the Talmud Pharisees are of; all Pharisees, all Sadducees are of Satan and so are their converts.

The Pharisees do evil too, they do not follow God's commandments but do not expect a Pharisee to view himself in that light.   Christ said to the Pharisees that they think are of God but they are of Satan (John 8:37-44).    And in Philippians 3:4-6 is Paul's praise of himself as a Pharisee, all righteous before God, a perfect keeper of the entire law of God in his deeds.   

To understand where Paul is going with his contradictory statements relative to whether mankind is justified by following God's law, look at Hebrews 10:26-27, he is setting up his Gentiles to be forever condemned.   Where their master says, I practice evil, now follow me, my ways are in Christ, the Gentiles will be lead to do evil after knowing 'the truth', and so the master of Christians (Pharisee Paul) sends them all to Hell in the end, for they are forever condemned for having sinned willfully after knowing the truth.  After all, Paul does say it is Paul's gospel that shall judge in the end.   Paul declares that if his Gentile converts commit any sin after they know Paul's 'truth', then they are  guaranteed to be eternally  condemned by God.

Sin willfully?   Does not anti-Christ Paul preaches he does evil and cannot help it because all flesh is captive to the so-called law of sin?   Willful sins and the law of sin.   How can both exist, when the alleged law of sin captivates all flesh to commit sin, as claimed by Pharisee Paul, and therefore no one can resist the law of sin, and the law of sin causes people to do evil, and yet one can willfully choose to not sin, as said by Pharisee Paul in Hebrews 10:26-27?    Therefore, when Pharisee Paul says he does evil against his will, it is just the Pharisees setting up their Gentile prey for the fall when they shall be forever condemned for willfully doing evil .    The Book of Hebrews was not meant to be read by the Gentile suckered conquered prey of the Pharisees.  It was written for Jews who would convert to Paul's gospel, not to be lay of the churches, but to be church rulers.  Initially, it was only Jewish men who held church ruler positions over the Gentile church lay:

Genesis 49:1, 49:27  ... in the last days  ... Benjamin is as a wolf who devours his prey and divides the spoils

Philippians 3:5   ... I am a Pharisee from the tribe of Benjamin

Acts 23:6   I am a Pharisee and the son of a Pharisee

How evil, vain, disgusting that Pharisee Paul who is in Hell awaiting the everlasting lake of fire.   God shall judge mankind according to the gospel of Paul?  So says the Pharisee, but he is a dog liar, the Anti-Christ (1 John 2:18-19), because it is the words Christ spoke to the House of Israel that shall judge all mankind:

John 6:63   ... the words I speak to you, they are spirit and they are life
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