The Most High God and Father Does Not Hear Sinners

Posted: Sunday, May 3, 2015 in Born Without Money

In Exodus 10:25 it is written, “But Moses said, “You must also give us sacrifices and burnt offerings, that we may sacrifice to the Lord our God.”  Now notice in Hebrews 8:13 where we find the reason for a change from this old covenant requirement of the sacrifice of bulls and goats to a new and better covenant, “To Jesus the Mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling that speaks better things than that of Abel. (Hebrew 12:24), “In that He says, “A new covenant,” He has made the first obsolete. Now what is becoming obsolete and growing old is ready to vanish away.” (Hebrews 8:13)

For the law, having a shadow of the good things to come, and not the very image of the things, can never with these same sacrifices, which they offer continually year by year, make those who approach perfect. For then would they not have ceased to be offered? For the worshipers, once purified, would have had no more consciousness of sins. [COMMENT: “It is finished.”] But in those sacrifices there is a reminder of sins every year. For it is not possible that the blood of bulls and goats could take away sins. (Hebrews 10:1-4)

If one truly does believe that sin has indeed been taken away by the blood of the lamb (John 1:29), once for all, no exceptions, then they would fulfill the commandment of the Father to, “Be ye perfect as your Father in heaven is perfect,” (Matthew 5:48) by the lodging of their faith in that promise of forgiveness unto justification, because they would no longer have a consciousness of sin….. NO LONGER HAVE A CONSCIOUSNESS OF SIN!  For it is that very consciousness that testifies against them, which is the judgment that one is not to judge with because you have already been forgiven.  Therefore, the very act of retaining a consciousness of sin exposes the one recognizing sin as having a consciousness of sin, which goes against the grace of the Most High God.  This is the consciousness that testifies against itself and nullifies the work that took all sin away.  How much more plain does this have to be expressed?  Since the Father forgave all of us, no exceptions, for the acts and deeds of the trespass, why go back and resurrect that which will bring about your own annihilation?  This is what is clearly being conveyed in Hebrews 10.

So then, If you choose to continue to believe in this present moment that sin is not forgiven and taken away, then how do you plan to escape the judgment of your own words?  Do you believe that you are not going to be held accountable for your unbelief?  Look around you.  Is this not the main message of ALL corporate-christianity right now perpetuating sin and unbelief, literally mocking forgiveness and the Love of the Most High God because they teach you are a sinner and must ask for forgiveness when it has already been given?  Don’t you see how this conflicts with the gift of forgiveness already given?  If you are consciously aware of sin, in you, in others, in the world, then how does that honor the grace of the Most High God and His forgiveness through Christ?  Think about it!

Corporate-Christianity has been preaching and teaching a message contrary to the love, forgiveness and mercy that has already been shown and given unto ALL without exception, because they keep teaching and preaching that you are a sinner and that you have sin, and it is present with you this moment.  Now you know why the people believe they can never be perfect, and why they say that no one is perfect.  That is part of the indoctrination and programming of corporate-christianity.  But, what does the Most High Creator and Father have to say?  He says believe in His Love for you that you are already forgiven, and accept that for value by no longer holding onto a consciousness of sin!  It is after all, His Word that He has given in this matter, is it not?  Therefore, to continue with a consciousness of sin, which is to show you are abiding in the carnal mind, is contrary to having the Mind of Christ.  For there can only be one mind present within you, not two.  You are either of the carnal mind and a sinner, or you are of the Mind of Christ and forgiven.  What say you?  Remember, the mindset of sinner is rooted in the carnal mind that is enmity against God can never hope to achieve that perfection that so many claim is impossible.  However, the Mind of Christ is rooted in the things of God and knows the love, through forgiveness and mercy without doubt, and does not question that great gift, but simply accepts it in gratefulness.

In all truth, the issue of sin is a PAST issue that is over in the mind of the Father.  It is men through the vain imagination of their carnal minds who continue to bring sin into the present moment.  “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,” Romans 3:23 is the main verse that is used to maintain a consciousness of sin in the carnal minds of the people… but, what they do not preach and teach is the fact that plainly this verse is WRITTEN IN THE PAST TENSE!  A fact about that verse that is woefully overlooked.  In other words, the Most High Creator and Father is never going to bring up the issue of sin and/or sinner again.  His wrath for the rebellion that took place in the first age of man has been appeased.  That is why sin and sinner is no longer an issue with the Father.  But, for those that maintain such a consciousness, and refuse to let go of it, these are the ones that will perish by their own testimony.  Not by the testimony of the Father, and it most certainly not by the testimony of the Redeemer and High Priest, the Heir of ALL things, the Beloved Son in whom the Father is well pleased.  So then, who condemns a you if it is not you by your own testimony?  Indeed, it is your own testimony that condemns you, but only if it is rooted in unbelief still hanging onto a consciousness of sin, which then in turn automatically rejects the work that was done to prove that you have already been forgiven.  (Non-acceptance = No faith)  And, no yeah, butts…, or well, I believe it was taken away, but I still sin double minded crap.

So then, when one becomes blind to sin just as the former blind man did (John 9), then how are they ever going to be condemned?  By the testimony of another?  Certainly not!  For not even the testimony of any other can take them out of their rest in Christ.  The parable of the healed blind man shows this very well.  Now we know that God does not hear sinners; but if anyone is a worshiper of God and does His will, He hears him. (John 9:31)  If you declare yourself to be a sinner, then the Most High Creator and Father does not hear you.  Why?  Because that testimony comes from the carnal mind, and that mind is not subject to the law of God and can never be.  So it would flat out reject love, forgiveness and mercy.  Is this where your mindset is on the matter of sin and forgiveness?  Or, have you yet to reach the conclusion that when the Father forgives, His forgiveness is forever and ever?

This is why Jesus was sent, and why he said, “For judgment I have come into this world, that those who do not see may see, and that those who see may be made blind.”  In other words, those who see sin, will become blind to sin and no longer have a consciousness of sin, because the work that he was sent to finish was to make it plain once and for all that forgiveness for the past trespass is real and has been given AS PROMISED!  The only thing you and I can do is accept it for value by being THANKFUL for being forgiven and that is all that is really necessary.

So then, instead of going before the Most High Creator and Father and saying that you are a sinner, which automatically shows you do not have the faith of the Beloved Son, cause the Father to not be able to hear you, because that testimony comes from the carnal mind; you now approach His throne in the Faith Christ Jesus knowing that you already have been forgiven.  The only words that can be uttered to show that you do believe this is, “Thank you.”

If you cannot do this in faith and believe in the fact that the work the Father did through the Beloved Son was to take away your consciousness of sin, then I encourage you to mediate on these things according to Psalm 63:6, “When I remember You on my bed, I meditate on You in the night watches,” and Psalm 119:15, “I will meditate on Your precepts, And contemplate Your ways,” and focus on the story of the blind man, and how and why he was healed, and especially the final words that Jesus spoke unto the Pharisee’s, If you were blind, you would have no sin; but now you say, ‘We see.’ Therefore your sin remains.” (John 9:41)  If you were blind to sin, you would have no consciousness of sin and would be free from that burden, so it would not longer be and issue for you being freed from it.  However, if you are still with the consciousness of sin and saying that you are sinner, or your neighbor is a sinner, or even the whole world sins, then with the judgment that you judge with will be used to judge you with.  So why don’t you be merciful towards yourself then?  Because you cannot escape the judgment of your own words… ya know.  So do yourself a favor, and do not judge yourself or anyone else to be a sinner, but accept for value the judgment of the Most High Creator and Father that you are forgiven by and through His Love and Mercy, which endures forever and Live the Love that has already been expressed by act and deed.


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