James 2:10 "He that keeps the whole law yet offends in one point is guilty of all."

Oh really?  The moron Pharisees deceive the Gentiles with yet another reason why they allegedly cannot follow God's law, but Jesus already addressed that matter and what he says is opposite of what the evil Pharisee clowns say:

Matthew 5:19 "He who breaks the least of God's commandments and teaches others likewise shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven ...."

So it is an absolute lie that to break one of God's commandments is breaking them all - that one who breaks only the commandment to rest on the Sabbath is guilty of murder too, that's ridiculous - no truth in that because of course they actually did not commit murder, but just broke the Sabbath.   Pharisees are liars, children of Hell (Matthew 23:15, 23:33).

Jesus says there will be people in heaven who broke the least of God's commandments, which means that to break one of God's commands does not make one guilty of breaking all of God's commandments.  And that means James is a liar, do not follow the writing in James - it is a writing of the Pharisees.

God is not an unfair judge, not at all.  He is utmost fair and merciful.  For instance:

Matthew 11:23-24 "... if the mighty works that were done in your town had been done in Sodom, it would have remained to this day.  But I say to you it will be more tolerable for land of Sodom in the day of judgment than for you."

The above passage shows that Jesus takes into account the inputs one had in his/her life.  God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit are so merciful, so fair, so just.  The writing of Jude is of the Pharisees:

Jude 1:7 "Sodom ... [suffers] the vengeance of eternal fire."

That is not what Jesus says about the people of Sodom!   Jesus says Sodom would not have been destroyed had they seen his miracles; Jesus knows they would have repented so it will be tolerable for them at judgment!

And for those wondering whether Jesus is okay with men sleeping with men, there you have it in Matthew 11, stated above.  The men of Sodom would have repented of their deviant sexual practices if they had seen Jesus perform the miracles that he performed in Capernaum, a town which rejected Christ despite the miracles he performed there.

The writing of Jude and James are not of God, they are of Pharisees. 

Revelation 22:12 "I come quickly and my reward is with me to give to every man according to his works".

Works are deeds, and God judges based on one's deeds - with extenuating circumstances taken into consideration by God when judging, such as inputs (confirmed by story of Sodom in Matthew 11) and mercy for mercy shown, as God say mercy shall be shown to the merciful.  So if one did not commit murder, one is not guilty of murder for having broken the commandment to not steal.  But James claims otherwise, and he is a liar.

Another lie of James is:

James 3:2 "If any man offend not in word, he is perfect ...."

Jesus Christ, the holy and perfect Son of God, who is God, most certainly offended the Pharisees in word.  So there again, the writing of James is not of God; he is a liar.  See Matthew 23 where Jesus lays it out on the Pharisees, including:

Matthew 23:33 "How are you Pharisees going to escape the damnation of Hell."

Jesus offended the Pharisees in word, and rightly so for Pharisees are children of Hell, those who shed the blood of the righteous! 

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