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This article is called, “Are you comfortable around what God Hates?” The answer to this question truly shows where your Spiritually really is in your life. Now add “THE SIN VIRUS” into the equation and re-check. Is Sin Contagious? I have to say YES. You need Spiritual Immunity to fight it. What are the things that grieves God and the Holy Spirit that lives within you? (Presuming you are a Christian). How close are you to the Lord? How close do you want to be with the Lord. 

Where is God in your list of priorities? How much time do you spend with God? A change of mind leads to a change of behavior. And that can be good or bad behavior. Satan will always lead you down the wrong road, he will never lead you to the right path. Do you really experience God in your life, or are you looking for some substitute, or some replacement for God in your life?

Here is a real question, what have you already replaced God with in your life? Do you have faith over fear or fear over faith? Where does your faith and trust lay in this life? Are you part of the-bought-and-paid-for-church,  by the blood of Jesus Christ, or part of some Religion?


As Pastor John Barnett says, “They hang around with it. They handle it. They touch it. They get it on their hands, they bring it into their homes, and somehow, they think their immune system is strong enough not to be affected by it.

But in Numbers, “the anger of the Lord was aroused against Israel,” and He sent a plague that wiped out twenty-four thousand of His own people. In Revelation, He finds His bought-and-paid-for church going the same way and says, “Repent, or else I will come to you quickly and will fight against them with the sword of My mouth.” And today, when what God hates finds its way into our Netflix queue, into our internet search history, into the magazines we buy, when we flirt with sin, touch it, get it on our hands and bring it into our homes, how do you think Jesus feels?

His anger was aroused in the Old Testament, He says, “repent or else” in the New Testament, and when sin comes right into our camp and we do nothing to stamp it out, Jesus says our spiritual immunity is compromised no matter how impervious we think we are. And Jesus says, “repent.”

Got questions says: “This is in line with our Lord Jesus Christ’s elaboration of the Ten Commandments during His Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:21–48). Sin is committed the moment it is conceived in the heart, even before it is actually committed. Avoiding the seven things God hates will help us expose our hidden intentions and motives.


The following is Proverbs’ list of seven things God hates: Arrogant (haughty) eyes: This describes a feeling of pride and looking down upon others (Philippians 2:35–11). When we begin to think of ourselves more highly and with unparalleled importance, we are forgetting the fact that anything good in us is the result of Christ living in us and that the old self is now dead (Galatians 2:20). Often, believers feel superior to other believers when they receive godly wisdom and display amazing tenacity against sin. We fail to realize these gifts were given by God through Christ and fanned into flame by the Holy Spirit and are not due to our own goodness. This sin of pride is so detested by the LORD that Paul was kept from committing this sin by being provided with “a thorn in the flesh” to humble him (2 Corinthians 12:7).

Lying tongue: A lying tongue is one that speaks falsehood, knowingly and willingly, with an intention to deceive others. Lying can be used to impugn the character of a brother or to flatter a friend. It is a most detestable evil to God, who is a God of truth. Nothing we do causes us to more closely resemble the devil, who is the father of lies (John 8:44).

Hands that shed innocent blood: This refers to cold-blooded murder. We may never have orchestrated killing someone or never have touched a gun or knife, but in Matthew 5:21–24, Jesus says that anyone who is angry with someone else unreasonably without offering room for forgiveness commits a sin equivalent to murder. John reiterates this concept in 1 John 3:15.

A heart that devises wicked schemes: This encompasses thinking or conceiving evil against any individual or group for personal benefit or other misguided objectives, like modern-day terrorists indulge in. Any sin is basically a wicked scheme. David’s sin against Uriah the Hittite and Bathsheba comes to mind (2 Samuel 11). The heart of an evil man continually contrives schemes to bring others to ruin, whether physically or spiritually.

Feet that are quick to rush into evil: Those whose feet are quick to rush into evil display no resistance whatsoever to sin. Having many examples in the Bible, and having the indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 4:30Galatians 5:16), we are expected to be wise in this regard (Romans 6:11–14Ephesians 5:511). In the Garden of Eden, Eve had the first experience of temptation. She displayed no resistance to the serpent’s temptation. Instead, as soon as the devil attracted her to the fruit, she “saw that the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye” (Genesis 3:6). Eve had sinned at that moment itself. Contrast this with the attitude of Jesus: when tired and hungry after forty days and forty nights of fasting, He refused to yield to the devil’s tempting and killed the temptation in His mind without allowing it to grow into sin (Matthew 4:1–11). “Resist the devil and he will flee from you” (James 4:7).

False witness who pours out lies: This is similar to the sin of the lying tongue mentioned earlier, but this form of lying is given special mention as it could send an innocent person to jail or even lead to him being stoned to death as happened to Naboth, thanks to false witnesses instigated by the wicked Jezebel (1 Kings 21:8–14). The prohibition against bearing false witness is the ninth of the Ten Commandments, and the New Testament is equally condemning of it. Colossians 3:9–10 explains the reason for the continued prohibition against lying. Christians are new creations in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17), and, as such, we reflect His nature. We have been released from our “old self” with its evil practices such as lying and bearing false witness.

A man who stirs up dissension among brothers: Brothers are created by God to live in unity (Psalm 133:11 Thessalonians 4:9). Believers are brothers and sisters since they have one Father God and one Brother, Jesus Christ. The Church is also the Bride of Christ (Ephesians 5:25–27). In many situations strife among brothers and even within the church seems unavoidable, but anyone who purposely causes disruption to peace in the body of Christ will displease God above all, since that person gives room for others to sin and for himself to sin further (1 John 2:9–114:19–21). Moreover, Jesus pronounced a great blessing on peacemakers, the privilege to be called “sons of God” (Matthew 5:9).” In Reality God hates “ALL SIN.”


Dear Reader. Any and all sin is against your creator. He can never accept sin because of who HE is. I was talking to a Pastor Friend and I asked him the question. “Do you know what sins I hate the most?” He said, I don’t know which one? I said the sins I hate the most are the one’s I commit. His jaw dropped, he said, I have never really thought of that. I think that question should be answered by everyone, especially if you are a Christian. There is so much evil, wickedness and legalized sin in this world. Immorality is totally acceptable. ARE YOU COMFORTABLE AROUND WHAT GOD HATES? Hebrews 11:25 says, “Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season.”

If you are truly a Christian, God, The Holy Spirit lives in you. He will never leave you and never depart from you until we get to heaven. He see’s and knows everthing we think do and say. His job is to lead and guide us into all truth and right living. He will never just turn His head so that you can sin, and He will let you know and grieve you regarding what God hates. And these are the things that we should hate also

For those who are not saved and not Christians. You have someone who wants to live inside of you, control and dominate you to sin, any and all kinds of wicked, evil sin. His name is Lucifer/Satan and he is “THE ORIGINAL SINNER.” Satan hates God and You. He wants to destroy you because you are God’s Creation. When Satan and the fallen angels sinned, there was no forgiveness of sin, and no redeemnation for them. They were judged and have been sentence to hell already. 

Dear Reader, if you have not been saved and born again by the blood of Jesus Christ, than get ready to spend eternity in hell with Satan and the fallen angels. John 3:3,5, 7. These vile, wicked days we are living in is absolutely Biblical. We are at the place Jesus said we would be when He returns for the Christians in the Rapture of the Church. Then the 7-year tribulation of the world starts and it will be hell on earth. Over 50% of the worlds population will die during this time period. Satan will rule the entire world through the anti-christ. Globalists are right now setting up the Beast System for Satan. 1 world government, 1 world money system and 1 world religion, keep your eyes open.

Sin separated us from God all the way back in the garden of Eden with our original parents, Adam and Eve. This broke our relationship and fellowship with God our Creator. God will never ever accept any sin because of who He is. But He will forgive all sin. God cannot and will never accept sin because of who He is. BUT HE WILL FORGIVE SIN AND GIVE YOU ETERNAL SALVATION. God sent His only begotten son (JESUS) to die on a cruel cross and pay for our sins. II Corinthians 5:21 “For he (GOD) hath made him (JESUS) to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” This is the only means of Salvation in the entire universe.


If you do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and have never been forgiven for sin, will you turn from yourself and turn to God for salvation and forgiveness? Will you bow your heart and (ASK) call on God? Will you put your faith and trust in Jesus for Salvation? Romans 10:13 “For who so ever shall (ASK) call on the name of the Lord, shall be saved.” FRIEND, DO YOU REALIZE HOW MUCH YOU REALLY NEED GOD IN YOUR LIFE?

If you have called upon God and asked for forgiveness and Salvation, would you please let me know below in the comment section at the bottom so I can rejoice with you. Also, all comments, thoughts and opinions are welcome so leave them at the bottom in the reply section. This concludes “Are you comfortable around what God Hates.  Please enjoy the beautiful song here. RAY

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