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CAVEAT : The following is a sampling of Paul’s writings contradicting the hyper-grace skew.  The sequentially selected verses in this study are not exhaustive.  Only those required to reinforce the bedrock doctrines the church has held for 2,000 years are being reviewed as they relate to the spreading frenzy called hyper-grace or its variants.  It should be remembered that the hyper-grace movement not only basis its new found revelation on a select number of verses, but primarily centers on the writings of Paul as he rebuked churches for trying to follow Jewish ceremonial (i.e., national) law as a means of salvation while forgetting their faith in Christ.  Too good to be true is an overstatement when it comes to describing hyper-grace.  I cannot say it any better than: “Even Satan believes that!  This “easy faith” is perfect for those who don’t want to invest their lives in serving God, or who don’t want to feel guilty when they mess up.” SYSTEMATIC (The Erro


Cost of Being God's Messenger (Jeremiah 20, Matthew 23) The Cost of Being God’s Messenger, and why exactly is it measured in monetary terms.   Is the cost of being God’s messenger any greater than the cost of being a disciple in general?   No true messenger of the Bible ever esteemed themselves greater than the people they were speaking to, or that they sacrificed any more than is required of the same audience.   The great deception today is that you can be as the world as long as you believe, and that the cost the messengers of the Bible paid was special in order to permit you to live a cost free life of recreation. The messenger is the model of the prototype, which is Christ.   For you see, even Christ said, “ If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me. ”   (Luk 9:23).   The cost of being God’s messenger is no different than the cost required of those receiving the message, “ For there is no respect of persons with