The Lord will perfect that which concerneth me, Psalm 138:8

There is no condemnation in Christ (Romans 8:1), because God is doing the perfect work in which there is no imperfection, hence no room for condemnation of any kind. Nothing can prevent God from perfecting us so how can anyone be condemned for any reason whatsoever?! Those who condemn men are not IN Christ.

People do not believe that God can and will do the perfect work He has set out to do. They suspect imperfection will continue to influence God's activity and goals. They do not believe God can be in us to sustain His perfection of being and morality through us, Philippians 2:13. This is despite the fact that the Father is the Clay Master, Jeremiah 18:1-6. He can make a vessel one way, and if it displeases Him, He can remold it into a vessel of His liking, Romans 9:21-23. So they criticize and condemn others for their "imperfections" and say God will burn those people because He cannot perfect them according to His plan. This is their conclusion despite the fact that God Himself said Burning His children is something He never spoke, an idea that never entered His heart (Jeremiah 7:31, 19:5)!

They cannot accept us as "gods" (from His form and of His substance) because they do not believe that God can dwell in us perfectly. This despite the fact that God said, "I said ye are gods and ALL OF YOU are children of the Most High" and "I will dwell in them and walk in them", Psalm 82:6-8; 2 Corinthians 6:16. Something has gone wrong in their universe and they cannot account for it. So they make everything to be imperfect except God (and this attitude they think pleases Him as some form of holy adoration). They do not believe what God can achieve when they look at this current world, 2 Corinthians 5:16. This is what happens when men lean on their own human understanding and fail to accept as FACT God's own Words concerning us! God's thoughts are not like human thoughts and His ways are higher than man's ways of reasoning, Isaiah 55:8-11!

Can God create a perfect son or daughter everytime He brings a child into the universe, Psalm 22:10, 139:13-16; Isaiah 44:24? If you say NO, then go and contend with the Father as to what He can or cannot do! But your NO is a disbelief in the face of God at this time. See what His dream is at The Dream site in our list of sites on the home page!

This is no longer a question of what doctrine you believe or disbelieve. It is a question whether you believe the Father period. If you doubt His power, then of course you doubt that the family can be held intact, knitted together, and perfected into a complete bond by Him. You do not believe in the reunion of the whole family (every child of every generation) because you do not believe the Father of this family. You doubt that He can and will do these things for Himself and for us. However you cannot believe in one thing (God) but not the other (family reunion). It is the perfection of every member of the whole family plus God, not God minus some members of the family. Justification works in both directions. God justifies each person as His acts become justified in our minds. He justifies Himself and all of us together. There is no either/or here, Isaiah 45:22-25, 54:17.

Or do you prefer to believe in Lucifer's superior power (2 Corinthians 11:14) to damn the sheep in the Father's hand, as if his power and sin can force God to do a thing that "He never spoke, an idea that NEVER ENTERED His heart", Matthew 23:9; John 10:27-29; Romans 8:38-39?

We are not competing with man-made doctrines. At bottom, it is the religious world's disbelief in God's ability to create a perfect man within a perfect family of sons and daughters without losing a single soul. This is profound unfaith in God's power which paradoxically parades (masquarades) itself as religion, Luke 18:8. Doubt is not a noble substitute for faith. To believe that there is a God is not "faith in God". If that is a mustard seed size faith to you, please be advised that the devil has that much faith and trembles, James 2:19.

Partial faith in what God has done and will accomplish is no longer valid. His work will be fully justified in our eyes as every single son and daughter is completely justified in His eyes. His work is justified as we are justified. His work is complete when we are complete (individually and as family). There is no justification of God's ways without justification of us. Abstract justifications of God are silly and pointless; traditional Christian justification does not work because the church cannot and will not account for all those who have gone through various personal and historical holocausts but have never been a part of its "elect group", Matthew 24:12. For more on justification, see our Justify site listed below.

The church has institutionalized imperfection of man's soul and created a dual universe of the damned and the saved in its scheme of things.
Seventy sevens have been decreed for your people and your holy city,
to finish the transgression,
to make an end of sin,
to make atonement for iniquity,
to bring in everlasting righteousness,
to seal up vision and prophecy,
and to anoint the most holy place.

(Daniel 9:24)
But Jesus (in keeping with the vision in Daniel to make an end of this dichotomy) told us to think and act consistently in the atonement mode - to forgive each other, when he told Peter how many times to forgive:
"Until seventy times seven." (Matthew 18:22)
When we think and act in this frame of mind (70 x 7 or 70 7's) we include everyone in the family as part of ourselves to bring an end to all divisiveness, Matthew 5:23-24. Peter was expected to be - as much as Jesus - a part of the atonement framework to "make an end of sin". To act and think differently is to fall into the following trap - Luke 9:51-56. The goal is "to bring in everlasting righteousness", not eternally perpetuate a divided cosmos of the damned and the saved, 2 Corinthians 5:18; Colossians 1:20. Come up higher to His level of thinking, Matthew 5:44-47. We - the son of man - have the power (Mark 2:10), example (Luke 23:34), and command (Matthew 6:14-15, 18:35) to forgive each other without condition - to work within God's framework of atonement for everyone on behalf of the whole family. In the final analysis (Philippians 3:20), we will come to terms with God's standards (Matthew 5:48; Philippians 3:15) and abandon our reactions and responses from lower realms of anger Ephesians 2:3; James 1:20 and recrimmination (Matthew 5:38-39) - which we attribute to God - as if we had never seen or heard Jesus John 14:9.

Those who condemn men have never been empowered from on High to see past this world and its role in God's plan. They do not speak in God's voice but babble through "false tongues" James 3:9-11 representing a lower agenda not at all from and for a holy spirit. What the church is fighting (see The Final Battle site below) is the Father's ability and willingness to perfect every son and daughter brought into existence, Psalm 127:3. This is the most negative belief one can have - a lack of faith in the Father's vision and power. One can disbelieve Moses, or Elijah, or Paul ... but to disbelieve God while preaching a kind of religiousity? 2 Timothy 3:5

At this point in time (see the Alpha and Omega site below for more on the dimension of time) it is too late for us to march backwards because God will not undo what He has set out to do. A line has been drawn in the sand and partial acknowledgements of God's work no longer hold water at this late stage of history. There is no longer any room in God's conception of things for partial schemes of salvation, for lukewarm love (Revelation 3:15), for half-measures, for partial successes. When that which is perfect has come, the partial has to step aside, 1 Corinthians 13:10. It is too late in the game to be going at half-speed when He has been quickly recouping every son and daughter as fast as they rise (see our Reunion site below).

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