No reviler shall inherit the kingdom of Elohim. Matthew 7:21-23 tells us many believers will be shocked on that day when the Messiah returns. They will be shocked to know that they are being counted as workers of iniquity or lawlessness.
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Why is this so? Many of us will be committing what Christians call “little sins.” These are sins that are not highly heralded.
However, the spiritual will realise that they are not little sins, but they are transgressions of the law, the same law many Christians say is done away with.
One of these so called “little sins” is called “reviling.” 1 Corinthians 6:10 says no reviler shall enter the kingdom.
This video takes a look at the little-known sin of reviling and what the Bible says about it.
I have decided to make an exception and open this video for comments. With a video like this, no one will want to sin so there should be no reviling.
Related: How Our Conscience Enables Us To Keep The Law Without Being Under the Law. http://justaword.org/how-conscience-enables-us-to-keep-law-without-being-under-law-understanding-paul/
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