Pressure tactics exercised is an attempt to insert ungodly agenda that opposes Christianity. There is an onrush of antichristian forces at work that would like to eliminate any religious organization that enhances living in a Christ-like manner.
The religious world is being dismantled, from within, towards its stand for the Word of the living God. Words that enhances a godly lifestyle are now being pushed aside because they have become unpopular with modern day Christianity. There is an enhanced religious criteria that undermines the biblical principles of God's Word.
There is a "feel-good" religion based on an "anything goes" attitude that would pave the road to Hell and damnation. Sound biblical teachings are being "sidestepped" to promote the ungodly culture of our day. When one attempts to stand for biblical principles; there are pressure tactics exercised in an attempt to abort such action.
Those who refuse to perform ungodly services are chastised, or taken to account, for their stand. America is rapidly gaining a pagan status versus its "One Nation under God" concept. As more pressure tactics are applied; there comes into forefront, even more ungodly venues to offset the Word of the living God.
Scripture reveals that mockers shall come in the last days, who will walk after their own ungodly lusts; cause divisions, worldly, not having the Spirit of God (Jude 17-18). It speaks of judgment being executed upon such, to convict all that are ungodly among them, of their ungodly deeds which they have committed. These are they that walk after their own lusts; with their mouth speaking great swelling words, flattering people to gain advantage (Jude 1:15-16).
The ungodly has the characteristic of a bird dog that is pointing the way to the prey. It stands firm until that prey is dealt with. The ungodly are attempting to circumvent anything that would hamper their intended agenda. There are pressure tactics exercised to bird dog their cause, to increase acceptance; until a judicial ruling, or law, is issued to strengthen their cause.
God continually seeks to save those who have gone astray. His Word tells us: All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned everyone to his own way (Isaiah 53:6). This illustrates the desperate condition of mankind and the results of pressure tactics exercised to bring it about.
God offered a solution to the sin problem through His Son (John 3:16). He offered a way out, from a life of sin, to serve Him in the beauty of holiness. Jesus shed His precious blood for the remission of sin (1 John 1:7). Jesus is both the advocate (intercessor) and sacrifice for the sins of mankind (1 John 2:1-2).
Man has equated himself to being lost, having gone astray without a Savior, because of unbelief. Scripture reveals that whosoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved (Romans 10:13).
This passage of scripture stresses human responsibility. The provision has been made; the choice lies with each individual as to whether they will accept or reject God's plan. The condition of one's soul, and one's final destiny, lies in that choice.
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