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How Can People with A False Perception of Love Teach It to Someone Else?

Many of us know someone who has a hard time understanding the Father’s love. If God is so loving, why does He allow so much pain and suffering in the world? Another question being asked among some in the awakening is: how could the Most High let his people suffer through the horrors of slavery? Well, it’s time to talk about love; we need to know what it is and what it isn’t. In this first session of the series, Christianity’s False Love Doctrine, we compare the love of the Father to the professed love of Christians who say we’re supposed to love everybody. How well did White America love us during slavery – considering they brutally enslaved the chosen people. In the session, we also expose the false love doctrine of Christianity. The church world promoted a doctrine that has been used by the enemy to confuse and deceive the people of the Most High. Again, some of our own people are asking [when they come into this awakening] how could the Most High allow us to be treated this way and for so long? What they really want to know is, does Yah really love us?

It’s hard to understand our enslavement without understanding how we got into this situation. But did you know that even the prophet Jeremiah asked similar questions when our people went into captivity before. In Jeremiah 2:14, he posed these questions to the Most High: “Is Israel a servant? Is he a homeborn slave? Why is he plundered?”. Jeremiah wants to know if we were born to be slaves in this world. He couldn’t understand why everything was being taken from us. So, the Most High had a response for him in Jeremiah 2:17-19. He says, “Have you not brought this on yourself…”. Now we can stop right there and just think about that for a minute. We brought this on ourselves. He says, “in that you have forsaken the Most High when He led you in the way? And now why take the road to Egypt, to drink the waters of Sihor? Or why take the road to Assyria, to drink the waters of the river?”. In other words, why are you choosing to take a path that leads you into captivity? Look what else He says, “Your own wickedness will correct you and your backslidings will rebuke you”. Think about that. The things that we’ve gone through were designed to be a corrective measure. He continues, “Know therefore and see that it is an evil and bitter thing that you have forsaken the Most High and the fear of Me is not in you”. We did not fear Him nor did we honor Him. We did not respect His ways. In choosing the ways and practices of the heathens, it brought us under the subjection of their gods and their gods are against the Most High. They hate Him and they hate His people.

The indictment against the oppressors is that they profess to be a righteous people but by their actions they reveal who they really are. Scripture tells us that we would be sold to our enemies. Let’s refer to Deuteronomy 28:48, “therefore you shall serve your enemies, whom the Most High will send against you in hunger, in thirst, in nakedness and in need of everything and he will put a yoke of iron on your neck until he has destroyed you”. So, is it any wonder that when some among us find out that we are Israelites that they have a hard time understanding how Yah allowed all of this. It makes it seem like He’s unloving doesn’t it. How could He see us suffer that way and not deliver us? It’s because we only focus on what we deem to be His failure in protecting us and not the actions of our forefathers that brought about these conditions. If you have a flawed definition of love, then yes, the Creator will allow His own people to get away with wickedness and only punish those who don’t belong to Him. That’s a doctrine of error! Judgment begins at His house first. The good news for us is that He didn’t allow them to wipe us out completely – He saved a remnant. The day of reckoning is here for our oppressors; they’ve been filling up their cup of iniquity. Read carefully to what the Most High says in Isaiah 60:10-12, “The sons of foreigners shall build up your walls and their kings shall minister to you; For in My wrath I struck you but in My favor I have had mercy on you. Therefore, your gates shall be open continually; They shall not be shut day or night, that men may bring to you the wealth of the Gentiles, and their kings in procession. For the nation and kingdom which will not serve you shall perish and those nations shall be utterly ruined”. Do you see what He’s saying here – we were made to build up the kingdoms of the other nations. But they, the foreigners, will build up our walls; they will serve us. Yah was angry with us and He had every right to be. However, things are going to be reversed. We were used to enrich the gentile nations but the Most High is going to cause it to come back to us and they will bring the wealth of the Gentiles to us. He’s going to force them to serve us just like we were forced to serve them without pay for centuries. They’re going to reap what they have sown and if they didn’t know before, they will definitely know in the end that they enslaved the chosen people of the Most High. These words should give us hope because we endured a lot of mistreatment and wickedness against us. By the grace of the Most High, they couldn’t wipe us out. We’re battered and bruised, yes, but we’re still here and we will see those nations that conspired against us be repaid for their wickedness.

That brings me to the next point, what exactly is love? We only get a true definition of love in the context of how it has been manifested by the Most High. In Isaiah 43:4 where Yah is speaking to Israel, it says, “Since you were precious in My sight, you have been honored and I have loved you”.  Look at what he does as a result of his love for us, “Therefore, I will give men for you and people for your life”. Can you wrap your brain around that? That’s a profound statement. So, is he preferring one over another? You decide. But as defined here in this verse, we see one example of love. Love gives and we have a perfect example of that in the sacrifice of our Messiah. Family, that’s the epitome of love and you can never appreciate His sacrifice until you truly understand the Father’s love. It’s a concept that’s so much greater than what we’ve been taught. How can people with a false perception of love teach it to someone else? I wanted to make a clear distinction about what love really is so that we can separate those who say they love from those who actually demonstrate love. According to the world of Christianity, we no longer need to keep the law because we’re under a law of love. Let’s examine it and compare it to how love is interpreted in Scripture. Let me also say that there were some who were against these inhumane acts – all Europeans were not in favor of this. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough of them to make a difference early on. So we can’t say every single person from the nations that engaged in these acts condone it. When you look at scripture to see what was going on in Israel, right before our people went into captivity, we will find those who were not participating in the wickedness. Yet, they had to endure the consequences of the judgment that came. So, let’s be clear about that; we’re talking about a system not every individual. We need to expose the false love doctrine of the religion known as Christianity and get a proper perspective about what love really is. Learn more when you view the accompanying video, Christianity’s False Love Doctrine #1 | You Enslaved the Chosen People.