antichrist is against Christ, and at the same time he seeks to replace
Christ. He also seeks to replace the gospel of Christ with a contrary
gospel, an anti-gospel.
The word gospel literally means God spell (Godís word). In order to
recognize and guard against the influence of the false gospel, it is
important for the reader to be like the noble Bereans and check everything
that is said against Godís word found in the Holy Bible. See Acts
The devil is a very subtle liar who opposes God and his gospel. See
Genesis 3:1; John 8:44. That old serpent has stealthily introduced his
deceptive anti-gospel into the pulpits of churches around the world. He
has very craftily mixed the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees into the
gospel and ruined the whole loaf. Matthew 16:6-12. The resulting false
gospel is premised on the idea that all men are freed from the bondage to
sin and therefore have the ability to choose of their own free will
whether or not to believe in Jesus.
This is not a dispute over a fine distinction that is only of interest
to theologians. This issue goes to the heart of the gospel. It goes to the
heart of salvation. It goes to the heart of who is Jesus. The bible states
that man is spiritually dead and must be born again by the power of God.
Ephesians 2:1-6; John 3:3-8. God has elected certain to be saved by his
grace through faith in Jesus Christ. Ephesians 1:3-9; 2:8-10. He imbues
his elect with the faith needed to believe in Jesus. Romans 3:21-26; John
The devilís false gospel reverses the order of things. Under the false
gospel preached in most churches, Jesus does not choose his elect for
salvation, instead all men have a free will to choose Jesus. Instead of
God choosing man, man chooses God. This mythology is not supported by the
bible. It is at the heart of a devilish conspiracy against God and man.
The free will anti-gospel denies the sovereignty of God and blasphemously
makes God out to be a liar. The free will gospel is a heathen gospel that
has a god, but that god is not the God of the bible.
The calling of the true Jesus is effectual; all who are chosen for
salvation will believe in him. John 6:37-40. The free will gospel has a
false Jesus who only offers the possibility of salvation, with no
assurance. The scriptures warn about such a false Jesus. 2 Corinthians
11:4. The free will gospel denies the total depravity of man and the
sovereign election of God.
The true gospel has a Jesus who loves only his children and saves them
for eternity in heaven. The devilish anti-gospel has a false Jesus who
loves everyone in the world, but this false Jesus casts most of those whom
he loves in hell, suffering in torments for eternity in a lake of fire.
The true Jesus makes it clear in Matthew 7 that he never loved those who
are sent to hell. "I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work
iniquity." Matthew 7:23. See also Romans 9:21-23. The true God of
the bible saves those whom he has elected for salvation and he condemns
those whom he has elected for condemnation. See Romans 9.
The false Jesus of the anti-gospel looks on helplessly while the sinner
who is spiritually dead in trespasses and sin decides whether to believe
in him. The true Jesus preordained and chose his elect to believe in him
before the foundation of the world. Ephesians 1:4-5. The false Jesus is an
impotent Jesus, who must yield to the desires of men; if men decide after
they are saved that they would rather reject Jesus and take their chances
with being thrown into hell, they can forfeit their salvation. The false
Jesus is powerless to stop them. The true Jesus is Lord of Lords and King
of Kings, who is able to preserve his elect and will lose none of those
whom he has chosen for salvation. John 10:27-29.