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Understanding the Scriptures requires spiritual revelation. A case in point: It is written that no man can see God’s face and live, but how does that look? It requires spiritual enlightenment, rather than a literal interpretation, to know what God means.
The ignorant and wicked who profess to love and serve Jesus Christ carnally interpret the Scriptures to condemn those who have seen Him, calling them deceived, deceivers, heretics, or demon-inspired, not knowing these accusers condemn themselves and the One they have never seen, but only heard of.
“I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear; but now my eye has seen You. Therefore I despise myself, and repent in dust and ashes” (Job 42:5-6 MKJV).
(I, Victor, have seen God’s face and didn’t survive as I was, thanks be to God.)
Read Seeing God and Living.
Consider the alternative to this doctrine of ignorance: You’ll not fear seeing or having seen God, knowing He promised it and intends it for good.
Many harbor the hope that because they are Christians, God will translate them from great tribulation and disaster, just as He saved Noah and Lot in the judgments of their day. What a rude awakening awaits so many! First of all, almost all who name the Name of Jesus Christ aren’t Christians. That would eliminate most hopefuls, if there were such a thing as physical rapture out of tribulation. But more to the point, the preachers and believers who seek substantiation for the escapist doctrine of a pre-tribulation rapture have a tenuous foundation in the Scriptures.
What horrid confusion, vainglory, and strife have been produced by philosophers posing as Christians, putting God under a microscope in their intellectual laboratories and dissecting Him into three beings; even messing with the Scriptures to support their damnable heresies! What arrogance! What presumption!
Satan promotes legitimacy and credibility of his kingdom by glorifying his gates of Hell in order to keep men in darkness and maintain his control over their souls. And men must justify their lawlessness and independence of God, because they worship what, when, where, and how they please. As it is written, “In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes” (Judges 21:25).