Christian Myths: The Bible does NOT Teach that it is Required for Believers in Jesus to “Join a Church”

  • January 28, 2024

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

I have been warning believers in Jesus Christ since 2020-2021 to get out of the Corporate Churches, most of which today I would use the biblical label of “Synagogues of Satan”, as in general these Corporate Churches work together with the U.S. Government to participate in and support the Satanic structures that are the foundation of American culture today, such as the Demonic medical system and their products such as vaccines, the trafficking of children through foster care and adoption, the Zionist movement that supports genocide, and many other Satanic programs.

I have shown how the American Church and Corporate Christianity are inseparable from the U.S. federal government, which I recently wrote best describes “The Great Prostitute” and “Babylon” in the book of Revelation.

The Imminent Demise of Christianity in America: “Come out of her my people lest you share her plagues…”

Two years ago I wrote an article showing how the Christian Religion is not even found in the Bible:

Fact Check: “Christianity” and the Christian Religion is NOT Found in the Bible – The Person Jesus Christ Is

This article was referenced in two testimonials we recently published, where a man from a Muslim nation met the Jesus of the Bible, and where a homeless young man also met the Jesus of the Bible. Both testified that they felt relieved that they could serve Jesus without converting to Christianity or joining a corporate church. See:

COVID “Vaccine” Injured Muslim Man Learns COVID was a Scam and Meets Jesus of the Bible as he Begins to Heal

Young Man Living on the Streets Finds Jesus of the Bible – Overcomes Drug and “Terminally Online” Addictions

Whenever I publish this truth from the Bible, that one does NOT need to join a church or become a Christian to know Jesus, I always get two types of responses from Christians.

The first response is that while there are indeed a lot of problems within Christianity and the Corporate Churches, that one still needs to find a “good” church, usually referred to as something like “a Bible-believing church with sound doctrine,” with severe warnings if one doesn’t do so. They usually write things like “there are no Lone Ranger Christians” or “you may end up like Jim Jones,” a Pastor who led his entire congregation to commit mass suicide-murder in Jonestown, Guyana, back in 1978.

The second response is usually something like: “OK, I know that the corporate churches are bad, but where do I go to find other believers I can meet with and have fellowship with?”

The thing that both of these responses seem to agree upon, is that the Bible teaches us to find a group of believers who meet together and then join that group, because we are commanded to do so, and to not seek out “fellowship” with other believers, is a sin.

So what I am going to do in this article is show how this “teaching” is NOT found in the Bible, so you can be free from feeling guilty about this myth, and then give some practical ideas of what you could do in place of spending so much time trying to find other believers who think like you and agree with you on every issue.

A Look at Congregations of Believers in the New Testament Portion of the Bible

One of the biggest problems in studying this topic is the English word “church” that was chosen to be used in the earliest translations of the Bible from the original language it was written in, Koine Greek.

It is absolutely the wrong English word, as I have documented in many previous articles, so I won’t repeat that information here. If you have not yet read the article on the “Christian Cult,” please start with that one first:

Fact Check: “Christianity” and the Christian Religion is NOT Found in the Bible – The Person Jesus Christ Is

The other myth in Corporate Christianity that I have exposed for going on two decades now, is that the Bible teaches you must have a “Pastor” who heads up the “Church” to guide the congregation.

This is not only a myth, but it is blasphemy, as the English word “pastor” is synonymous with the English word “shepherd,” translated from the exact same Greek word, and Jesus made it abundantly clear that there was only “One” Shepherd (John 10:16), and that believers should not have titles of authority (Matthew 23:8-12).

For a fuller explanation of what the Bible teaches on this subject, please see this article I wrote over 8 years ago:

Is “Pastor” A Biblical Title for Church Leaders?

So what about the belief that: Every believer in Jesus Christ needs to be part of a “bible-believing church” because there are “no lone ranger Christians“?

Where is that found in the Bible?

Nowhere.

If anyone tells you this, politely ask them to show you where in the Bible this is taught.

Most will probably not know, but of the ones who do claim to know, probably 99.99% of them will point to a single verse in the book of Hebrews in the Bible:

Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching. (Hebrews 10:25)

The first thing to notice about this verse is that it is NOT an exhortation to start doing something, but an exhortation to continue doing something they were already doing.

The Book of Hebrews in the Bible was written primarily to Jewish believers in Jesus Christ in the First Century. The whole purpose of this book included in the Bible was to show to the Jews that the New Covenant instituted by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, replaced the Old Covenant instituted by Moses.

I know that all the various flavors of Christian Zionism will start shrieking at this point, perhaps even foaming at the mouth in their vehement opposition to this truth so clearly taught in the Bible, but I deal with the false Zionist teachings in this article:

Exposing the Christian Zionism Cult

It is truly amazing how easy it is to deprogram oneself from the Christian Cult by simply reading the Bible for yourself, to see what it actually says.

And this is especially true if you look at the original texts in the original language that the New Testament was written in, which technology has made much easier to do today with electronic Bible Software. See:

Should You Read the Ancient Bible? Is The Bible Accurate or Corrupted?

In the original Greek text manuscripts that the New Testament collection of writings are based upon, there were two primary Greek words used to refer to believers gathering together.

One was “ekklesia“, which literally means a “called out assembly”, and is most often, but not always, translated into the English as “church.”

The other one was “sunagōgē“, which means “assembly” or “congregation,” which is pretty much identical in meaning to “ekklesia“, and which usually, but not always, is not even translated, but is spelled with its “latinized” alphabet, from which English is also, as “synagogue.”

Remember, the English word “church” was chosen for “ekklesia” in the original English translations of the Bible, and “authorized” by the King of England and the Pope at that time. In the Latin Vulgate which the Catholic Church used, the Latin-derived languages continued to use the “latinized” alphabet for this word, such as the Spanish “Iglesia” which is still used today.

In the original Greek language, the most common distinction between “ekklesia” and “sunagōgē” was that “ekklesia” usually, but not always, applied to either Gentile or mixed congregations of believers of Jesus Christ, while “sunagōgē” usually, but not always, referred to only congregations of Jewish believers in Jesus Christ.

So which word do you think was used in the book of Hebrews in chapter 10 verse 25 as I quoted above to not stop “meeting together”?

It was a form of the word “sunagōgē“, which makes sense since the primary audience that was being written to in Hebrews, were Jewish believers.

The Jews, whether living in Israel or among the Roman Empire, already had a network of believers who were assembling together that was referred to as “sunagōgē“, or synagogues, which is the word still used today by most Jews who meet together on the Sabbath.

When we read the book of Acts in the New Testament, and the ministry of Paul and his co-workers who traveled to the Gentile areas preaching and teaching the “Good News” about Jesus, they always started out by teaching in the synagogues.

Therefore, these believers were already assembling together, mostly on Saturdays, because that was the Jewish Sabbath.

If those believers in the existing synagogues did not accept the teaching on Jesus as the Messiah, Paul and his co-workers left those gatherings, but they continued gathering in other places.

Here is an example:

Every Sabbath he reasoned in the synagogue, trying to persuade Jews and Greeks.

When Silas and Timothy came from Macedonia, Paul devoted himself exclusively to preaching, testifying to the Jews that Jesus was the Christ.

But when the Jews opposed Paul and became abusive, he shook out his clothes in protest and said to them, “Your blood be on your own heads! I am clear of my responsibility. From now on I will go to the Gentiles.”

Then Paul left the synagogue and went next door to the house of Titius Justus, a worshiper of God. Crispus, the synagogue ruler, and his entire household believed in the Lord; and many of the Corinthians who heard him believed and were baptized. (Acts 18:4-8)

As we can read in this account, Paul and the other believers left the “assembly,” and in fact were probably forced to leave as they were in most other cities where they are thrown out of the synagogues, but the true believers did not stop assembling, and in this account, they started meeting in a “house” instead of a religious building.

So as you can see, the admonition in Hebrews to “not give up meeting together” (where the actual text actually says “don’t stop synagogue-ing together” but is translated as “meeting together” since it is easier to understand) which was addressed to Jewish believers, is completely contrary to the common Christian myth that the Bible commands us to “go out and find a church to join.”

Taking Care of the Poor and Disabled

The Healing of Ten Lepers (Guérison de dix lépreux) – James Tissot – 1886. Image source.

The one other place in the New Testament that is sometimes used to justify the myth that one is commanded to join a church, is in the first few verses of I Corinthians chapter 6, although these verses are most often used to promote the belief that Sunday became the new day of the week for believers to meet together.

Now about the collection for God’s people: Do what I told the Galatian congregations to do.

On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income, saving it up, so that when I come no collections will have to be made.

Then, when I arrive, I will give letters of introduction to the men you approve and send them with your gift to Jerusalem. If it seems advisable for me to go also, they will accompany me. (1 Corinthians 16:1-4)

“First day of every week” would be Sunday, but these verses clearly show that the reason for gathering was to collect funds to be sent to Jerusalem, and the poor believers living there. There is no indication that these regular meetings continued after this task was completed, and we already know from many other passages, such as in Acts, that the believers generally were meeting on Saturday, because it was the Sabbath when they did not work.

The fact is that the New Testament writings give no set of standard instructions about which day of the week they should be meeting, where they should be meeting, nor what the purpose of regular weekly meeting would be.

There is nothing to indicate here that it was the habit of all believers at that time to assemble on Sundays, and most of them were probably already meeting together on Saturdays as we see in the book of Acts.

In the early days in Jerusalem after the day of Pentecost as recorded in Acts chapter 2, where thousands of believers were being added to the believers, some were meeting in synagogues (Acts 6:8), some in the Temple (Acts 2:46), and also in homes (Acts 2:46), and they met EVERY day of the week (Acts 5:42).

What is interesting about the passage in 1 Corinthians 6 I quoted above, is that the primary function of these meetings was financial, distributing funds from the wealthy believers scattered throughout the Roman Empire, to the poor Jews living back in Jerusalem.

For Macedonia and Achaia were pleased to make a contribution for the poor among the saints in Jerusalem. They were pleased to do it, and indeed they owe it to them. For if the Gentiles have shared in the Jews’ spiritual blessings, they owe it to the Jews to share with them their material blessings. (Romans 15:26-27)

This voluntary way of dealing with social problems seemed to be one of the main functions of meeting together, so that the wealthier believers could help take care of the poorer believers.

Here is the heart of such teaching regarding financial principles to help the poor, which was always voluntary, and the focus of their meetings:

For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.

And here is my advice about what is best for you in this matter: Last year you were the first not only to give but also to have the desire to do so. Now finish the work, so that your eager willingness to do it may be matched by your completion of it, according to your means.

For if the willingness is there, the gift is acceptable according to what one has, not according to what he does not have.

Our desire is not that others might be relieved while you are hard pressed, but that there might be equality. At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need.

Then there will be equality, as it is written: “He who gathered much did not have too much, and he who gathered little did not have too little.”

Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.

And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.

You will be made rich in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.

This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of God’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God. Because of the service by which you have proved yourselves, men will praise God for the obedience that accompanies your confession of the gospel of Christ, and for your generosity in sharing with them and with everyone else.

And in their prayers for you their hearts will go out to you, because of the surpassing grace God has given you.

Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift! (2 Corinthians chapters 8 and 9).

The New Testament teaching on the poor and disabled, and how Jesus treated them, is something I do not see happening in modern-day American Christians.

How did Jesus deal with the sick and poor during his day? Did he send them to the hospital and then send a member of his disciples to go visit them there and pray for them?

No!

He just used his authority over Satan and healed them directly.

Now on his way to Jerusalem, Jesus traveled along the border between Samaria and Galilee.

As he was going into a village, ten men who had leprosy met him. They stood at a distance and called out in a loud voice, “Jesus, Master, have pity on us!”

When he saw them, he said, “Go, show yourselves to the priests.”

And as they went, they were cleansed.

One of them, when he saw he was healed, came back, praising God in a loud voice. He threw himself at Jesus’ feet and thanked him—and he was a Samaritan.

Jesus asked, “Were not all ten cleansed? Where are the other nine? Was no one found to return and give praise to God except this foreigner?”

Then he said to him, “Rise and go; your faith has made you well.” (Luke 17:11-19)

As Jesus and his disciples were leaving Jericho, a large crowd followed him.

Two blind men were sitting by the roadside, and when they heard that Jesus was going by, they shouted, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on us!”

The crowd rebuked them and told them to be quiet, but they shouted all the louder, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on us!”

Jesus stopped and called them. “What do you want me to do for you?” he asked.

“Lord,” they answered, “we want our sight.”

Jesus had compassion on them and touched their eyes. Immediately they received their sight and followed him. (Matthew 20:29-34)

My heart breaks every time I go to town and see the homeless people who live on the streets. I try to help them by talking to them or giving them some money. The times I have been able to spend some time with them and talk to them, I always learn something from them, as I recorded in this story I published at Christmas time several years ago:

What This Homeless Woman Taught Me About Life Today

Yesterday I traveled to a nearby city to visit my son, who is disabled himself as a Down Syndrome man.

I was pulling out of a parking lot in a strip mall, and a man was sitting on the side of the road with his head down on his knees, but with all his belongings and signs next to him. He might have been sleeping.

There was a car in front of me, and I tapped my horn just a bit because I wanted to give him some money, and he looked up, but at the car in front of him which was still in front of me at that point.

When that car pulled out, I lowered the passenger side window and handed my son some money, and he held his arm out to give it to him. But the man had to get up to reach it, and wow did he have a difficult time getting up! As he took the money, I leaned over and said: “I am so sorry I made you get up like that!”

He replied: “Well, I just got out of the hospital, and they told me I had to leave because I can walk now. So I guess I’m well enough to get around by myself now.” As he was speaking, little white balls or something that was probably spit were coming out of his mouth, and as I looked into his eyes, I could see he was probably on some kind of medication.

The cars behind me were now pulling into the lane on my left to get out of the parking lot, and I was so moved that I took off the hat I was wearing, stretched out my right hand towards him, and just prayed that Jesus would heal him and give him strength, and to find faith in Jesus. He thanked us and I drove away.

I just wept as I drove away, because this is how the hospitals are now treating the homeless, and a significant percentage of the homeless are living on the streets because of their addictions to prescription medical drugs, or from medical injuries such as vaccine injuries.

When you talk to someone and look into their eyes, you can sometimes get a glimpse of their soul, and I am confident that this man, probably in his 40s, used to be a functioning member of society at one point in his life.

I know I cannot solve the homeless problem in this country, because the system that put them there in the first place would first have to be destroyed and replaced, and that includes Corporate Christianity.

What would happen to this country if a segment of the population said, no, we aren’t buying your medicines anymore, nor are we using your “healthcare system.”

What would happen if enough people dramatically reduced the amount of money they spend in grocery stores buying commodity mass-produced food full of poisons and toxins, and instead decided to start working with local small-scale producers to produce more of their food, and thereby providing jobs and economic incentives for more people to start producing food the right way, and reducing our dependency upon Big Ag, Big Pharma, and Big Food?

What would happen if the tens of millions of American Christians decided to quit supporting and attending their churches, and instead decided to spend their money directly on activities that ministered to the disabled, to the victims, to the abused, and to the poor in their communities?

The American Christian churches are synagogues/churches of Satan today, and they are mostly serving Satan instead of serving the master they claim they are serving in Jesus Christ.

They are controlled by same corporate structure that Big Pharma, Big Ag, and Big Food are controlled by, with a top-down centralized authority structure starting with the denomination/organization, which then funds schools to produce the leaders at the local level such as Pastors and Priests, and in other religions such as Rabbis, Imams, etc., which then dictates how all these institutions operate.

The vast majority of them showed their allegiance to the United States government and the Satanic system during COVID, and they will do it again with the next great attack on humanity. These organizations have very little difference from other organizations where people congregate in their community that are called “masonic lodges” or “masonic temples.”

Satan does not fear these institutions, because he controls them, and the masses that follow them.

What Satan fears most of all, are individuals who are born into the Spiritual inheritance of Abraham through Jesus Christ, and are filled with the Holy Spirit, getting their teaching directly from the Spirit that resides within them, and guided by the scriptures, who take God for his word, and act upon it.

When just two or three of these Holy Spirit filled believers meet and act upon the Word of God, nothing can stop them, according to Jesus, because he is with them.

I tell you the truth, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven. Again, I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them. (Matthew 18:18-20)

Suggestions on Leaving Corporate Christianity

For all of you who have asked me “where do we go to find fellowship” if you leave your churches, you need to first change your mind (repent) about the way you think about this issue, because this is actually the wrong question to be asking.

You have been conditioned to believe that you NEED Christianity and the church to “feed you” and provide “fellowship”, and that if you leave, you need to find another version of it somewhere else that is better.

But the New Testament believers were not so self focused on themselves, and after the original leaders, many of whom lived with and followed Jesus when he was here, finished their teaching about how Jesus was the fulfillment of prophecy and the promises given to Abraham, which is the heart of the “Good News,” there really was no more need for the concentrated teaching and preaching that happened in those early days, as it was all recorded and published in the Bible, which everyone has access to now.

And if you read the Bible yourself, you will see MANY stories of believers who were all alone for major portions of their life, but were not inhibited in any way from accomplishing the mission God gave to them.

I have listed many of those stories in this article, showing how a single person and their trust in God, sometimes changed the course of history:

The Power of the Individual – Enemies are Destroyed by a Single Person Who Trusts in God

So here’s a radical suggestion: Instead of worrying about yourself and how you can find other believers like you, why not just go out and spend time with those who are outcasts, living on the streets, and see what you can learn from them?

You just might meet someone like Luke, who lived on the streets but then found Jesus. Luke was part of a congregation when he lived on the streets, as he wrote:

I would like to say, without my fellow man teaching me how to survive on the streets, and the Lord watching over me, I would not have been able to survive as long as I did.

Through a series of events I found myself in a tent city off the LA river, where kind, albeit troubled, folks taught me how to survive with only the clothes on my back. They took me in and cared for me with a generosity and kindness of which I had never before experienced.

They fitted me with an old tent they found laying around. They showed me how to make money flying a sign and collecting cans, how to use food banks, how to open the pipes of public fountains to fill water jugs, how to barter, how to stay warm at night, how to survive off of what other people have simply thrown away, how to keep myself clean living among sand and filth (hint: you really can’t), how to repair what I have rather than seek out something new, and what is and isn’t essential when it comes to surviving.

It was a communal way of living where each person relied on one another for safety and survival. I learned more in those 6 months than I had in over 2 decades of life. (Full article.)

This is actually closer to how the ekklesia or synagogue of believers are supposed to operate, rather than the way corporate churches operate today.

How about going down to your local courthouse where family or juvenile courts are in session every day, kidnapping children from parents who actually love them, and talking to some of these parents who often have no one to help them, especially not the churches in their area who participate in this child trafficking network.

I know from my years of experience in covering this issue as an advocate, that those who stand together with these parents, mostly single mothers, soon have way more people wanting their help than they can possibly handle, as they look for anyone who would join them, but seldom finding any, while the churches in their area draw in many thousands of people every week.

What about the poor people in your area who cannot afford to buy healthy food, who are disabled from the medical system and cannot take care of themselves, or young mothers who scared to death to have their next baby in a hospital, but have no one to help learn how to use midwives and have home births, which mostly is only a luxury afforded by middle class white people?

I could go on and on, but I think you get the point. If you want to leave the Corporate Christian churches, but want to be part of a “congregation”, just go out and start your own congregation!

It is much easier than you think, but just be prepared for the attacks that will come.

I have known this through experience for most of my adult life, having been blessed to meet Jesus at the age of 19.

If there is one thing I have learned, it is that when you stand for the Truth, who is a person, and go against the crowd, you will be attacked, because people want their idols instead.

For example, I recently was led by the Lord to start winding down our ecommerce business and instead distribute our products through local communities, knowing how evil the technology has become, and that soon we probably will not be able to participate in the Beast financial system that allows us to operate on the Internet.

I also know that in spite of my best efforts to protect the identity of our customers, and their decision to purchase food produced by ethical, small-scale producers, that there are probably already systems in place to identify our customers and their purchasing habits.

This was a comment I received for making this decision:

To Brian Shilhavy:
By winding down your E-commerce store, you are doing EXACTLY what the devil wants you to do.  Try listening to God instead, through his prophets at [name of website].

I knew I was following God’s plan, and that this person did not even know me personally, so this kind of attack/criticism didn’t bother me because I could just ignore it.

But I was curious to what this website was saying, so I followed the link, and it was some kind of prophecy website where this so-called “prophet” was explaining that Donald Trump and RFK, Jr. were fulfillments of Biblical prophecy. This person was apparently implying that these men were somehow going to save America, and that I had nothing to worry about.

These are the kind of criticisms you can expect on a daily basis when you stand for the Truth, and it can get much worse than this, as they will eventually try to kill you or silence you, something I have been defending against my whole career. See some examples here, but only the ones I can share publicly at this point:

Healthy Traditions: 20 Years of Demonstrating God’s Faithfulness in Offering an Alternative to Commodity Food and Products

One last point here. I have learned what I have learned over the course of 40 years now, and when I look at people, especially many Christians I know, it is so easy to see how they are deceived about so many things.

But I have to remind myself that where they are currently in their professed faith in Christ, is often a place I was in years ago, and that sometimes we just need to be patient with people when dealing with them as individuals, rather than as part of a group, such as a Church of Satan.

When Luke wrote his story, I did not publish part of it as it was so long, but he offered some great advice for people who are new to following Jesus without being part of Corporate Christianity, and I think his testimony belongs better in this article.

This is what he wrote for new believers:

Since becoming saved I have been given incredible opportunities in my life to meet all kinds of different people who have been able to guide and instruct me in the word, whether it be online, or in person. The Lord is my teacher, first and foremost, as he has given me the understanding and guidance I need through his preserved word.

However, there is something unbelievably powerful that happens when two or more believers come together to discuss the Word, and gain understanding as a unit. Even more mind-blowing is that I have been given the opportunity to help others.

This was the most satisfying aspect of my salvation as someone who spent the majority of his life perpetuating hate and abusing the good will of those around me. At some point early on, I had to swallow the hard pill that not every person in the world thinks exactly like me.

I definitely have my blind spots, just as my other brothers and sisters in Christ have their blind spots. I made the mistake of trying to grow in isolation, steering clear of anyone who I disagreed with.

Growing in isolation was incredibly difficult, if not counterproductive, especially when I was so naive in my understanding. My lifetime spent online left me with a cynical and elitist attitude that did much to stunt my spiritual growth.

I was very quick to trust a drug dealer, yet very hesitant to trust another believer just because they weren’t on the conspiracy train?

Please do not fall into this trap if you are new like I did. Some of my biggest breakthroughs have come from suggestions given to me by believers who do not see the scope of the world’s deception.

Regardless, the Lord has been very patient with me, and he continues to be very patient with me until this day. There has yet to be a problem in my life that could not be solved through dedication to scripture and communicating with my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. (Full article here minus this quote.)

As I have written many times in the past, there are very many evil, Satanic systems in the world today, many of which I have exposed over the years, such as the evil medical system, the evil foster care and adoption system that trafficks children, the evil banking system, the evil military industrial complex, etc., and now in this article and others I have written, the evil Corporate Christian Church.

But in all of these systems there are still some people who are not evil, and are still on their journey to find the truth, and if we treat them as individuals as “evil,” chances are they will never see the light of the Truth in Jesus in you.

I am convinced that very few people in America today have actually rejected the Jesus of the Bible, but have in fact rejected Corporate Christianity instead, because they don’t know the real Jesus unless they read the Bible for themselves.

And this is certainly true of American Christians as well. We can attack the system, without condemning all the individuals who are part of that system, and that applies to most “systems” and “groups.”

We need to help rescue them too.

In ending, I want to quote again the words of Jesus on how he will divide people on the day of judgement, as he separates the goats from the sheep. Hint: it won’t be by religious affiliation, or any other group affiliation. It will be based on each individual, and what they did NOT do.

When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his throne in heavenly glory. All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.

He will put the sheep on his right and the goats on his left.

Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.’

Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’ ”

The King will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’

Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.’

They also will answer, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?’

He will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.’

Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life. (Matthew 25:31-46)

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See Also:

Understand the Times We are Currently Living Through

The United States and The Beast: A look at Revelation in Light of Current Events Since 2020

Exposing the Christian Zionism Cult

There will be Terrible Times in the Last Days – The Holy Scriptures are Able to Make You Wise

Identifying the Luciferian Globalists Implementing the New World Order – Who are the “Jews”?

Who are the Children of Abraham?

The Brain Myth: Your Intellect and Thoughts Originate in Your Heart, Not Your Brain

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