The World’s Hatred on God

The World’s Hatred on God

The world hates God, thus, they are a threat to Christians!

This is very clear not only from the Scriptures but based on everything that’s going on around us. But this should not come as a surprise to all followers of Jesus Christ.

Bible Verse: John 15:18-19

“If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you. If you were of the world, the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.”

Jesus Teaches His Disciples
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Hate and Rejection from the World

Before His departure, Jesus warned His disciples that the world would hate and reject them. No matter how wonderful Jesus’ message was, His followers should expect to be rejected because of who they are.

The disciples knew exactly what it meant to be hated by the world. After Jesus departed, they were all persecuted and died as martyrs, except for John. God’s enemies tried to kill John by boiling him in oil but he miraculously survived.

The early Christians knew and had experienced the hatred of the world. We can read their stories in detail in the book “Foxe’s Book of Martyrs.” But martyrdom is not a thing of the past. Christians all around the world continue to endure great persecution because of their faith in Christ.

In this World, Out of this World

The world is hostile towards God. And so, it follows that it is hostile towards those who believe in God. Jesus tried to comfort His disciples by telling them that the world’s hatred was first directed towards Him.

Then Jesus goes on to explain further why the world would hate those who believe in Him. He said, “Because you are not of the world…” Yes, we are still in this world but we are not of this world.

God chose us out of this world and we are in many ways different from the world. Therefore, the world hates us.

At War with the World

Considering every Christian is a part of a spiritual war, we should not trust any unbeliever to give godly or biblical instructions. They don’t have your best interest in mind.

God gave us every remedy for ailments in nature. They are called essential oils. Why trust doctors that believe people are getting better and better when in reality we are decaying. Doctors most of the time are peddling snake oils in the form of petroleum-based pharmaceuticals that only lead to more issues?

Christians are at Wat with the World

Why not use what God has given us in nature? Because they hate God, they will persecute Christians. The socialists hate God because they want an all-powerful government.

All religions hate God because they want people to keep trying to earn salvation. Atheists hate God because there is suffering in the world. As we are getting closer and closer to the return of Jesus, persecution of Christians will only increase including in America.

How should Christians respond? God wants us to love our enemies so they may see God’s love for humanity. We are sheep amongst wolves (Matthew 10:16).

Don’t try for retribution. God will take care of that. God does want us to be wise to their wicked methods.

Satan is the God of this World

They hate God because they are children of Satan. Satan hates people in general because they were made in God’s image. That is why Satan wants all people to be dead.

The pharmaceutical industry has been using aborted babies in vaccines for years. When people take those vaccines, Doesn’t that make them a cannibal or at least an accomplice to murder? The new Covid vaccines will stop reproductive organs from functioning properly. Not to mention the 1000’s of people dying from these shots.

Satan is behind the murder of people, however, it happens. Because they hate God, division will occur. Why is the world so divided? Too many people are believing the lies that Dr. Fascinating, Bill Gates, President Biden, the pharmaceutical industry, etc. actually care and want your best interest.

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Final Words

God created you. God loves you. We sinned but Jesus died to save you from your sin. If you have never received this free gift of salvation, why not now before it is too late? To every Christian, when persecution comes to you, take heart God is with you. He will enable you to speak for Him.

We do not need to fear what this world can do to our bodies. We must remember that when we die, we will be with God as 2 Corinthians 5:8 says. We have nothing to fear when God is with us. How much faith do we have?

Take heart, Jesus has overcome the world (John 16:33). God sent us into this world, He will enable us.

God bless!


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3 Replies to “The World’s Hatred on God”

  1. Michael,

    Thank you for this presentation. It is so sad to see the amount of hatred and division in this evil world we live in.

    I feel sorry for the Christians in Afghanistan who are being attacked by the Taliban and its evil rulers. If I had to choose between being guillotined and following Satan for the rest of my life, I would definitely choose the guillotine! That is how much I love Jesus!

    If I have to be the only one on this planet who shows compassion and encourages my fellow neighbors during this evil period, so be it. I’m sorry, but I just cannot bear to see another human being callously being devoured by Satan’s schemes! Jesus, forgive us, for we have gravely sinned against you and violated your holy standards behind your back!

    Last year, during the lockdowns, my high school got a taste of the hatred coming from this evil world. Our emails were hacked with racist and offensive messages.

    One of which included a passage of Scripture that is often used to direct hatred towards the Jewish community. It’s from Revelations 2:9, where Jesus harshly rebuked one of the seven churches. The passage reads, “I know your oppression, and your poverty (but you are rich), and the blasphemy of those who say they are Jews, and they are not, but are a synagogue of Satan.” (WEB)

    The synagogue of Satan has been used as part of anti-Semitic stereotypes that have sparked violence in so many communities. Yet, these same people twisting this passage of Scripture claim to be pressed Christians, yet they are spewing hate and bigotry across their platforms. That same email showed photos of the Holocaust with death threats on top.

    As a way to contribute to the healing from this sick tragedy last year, me and my friends put together a special slideshow, which is a collection of letters we distributed to teachers and students across the District. Here is a link to the presentation.

    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1PppIxDBXu1aN4jOC7yOMWFyZjvY7Pg_LgpgzPtJBAN8/edit?usp=drivesdk

    Finally, I would like to wrap up by saying this. May you be encouraged by this passage from Matthew 5:43-44, which states, “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor, and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you.”

    As we come across more seasons when the Christian community is being persecuted and smited because of their faith and their efforts in shining their light, let us all work to repay evil with love and unity, not just for those affected by loss and persecution, but to the perpetrators committing these heinous acts.

    This does not mean we must tolerate their wicked plots. We should love them since they are not only apart of God’s creation, but God Himself loved them, even though they still chose to attack others. God condemns sin, but He is always patient and is waiting for the time that the persecutors come to repentance.

    🙂

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