Does A = A? No.

Many use mental gymnastics to avoid truth. Many avoid truth with notions like “A equals A”. Does A = A? No.

The first “A” was entered before the second “A”. Therefore they are not equal in time.

The first “A” precedes the second “A”. Therefore they are not equal in space.

The first “A”, no matter how it is written, has a different number of electrons or atoms. Therefore, they are not equal in construction.

The first “A”, no matter how it appears in our thoughts, words, or writing is different from the second “A”.

It does not matter how they are conceived. The popular belief that “A equals A” is wrong.


How does this apply to Protestantism?

He Who Fulfilled The Prophecies at quadrillions to one odds is always right. He told us of the only souls He would allow into Heaven:

“You are My friends if you obey My commands.” Therefore, it is impossible to be in Heaven unless we are among His obedient “friends”

Just a “A does not equal A”, disobedience does not equal obedience. Therefore, to be among the obedient friends of Jesus, we must obey Him.


All Protestants know: we cannot be among His obedient “friends” if we decide: “I believe in God. But, I really like to commit one sin. I will obey Nine of The Ten Commandments. By obeying Nine of The Ten Commandments, I can get into Heaven.”

Every Protestant on earth knows that is not true! Protestants know: “To get to Heaven, we must obey all The Ten Commandments. That is how we show that we obey the Two Big Commandments of Jesus: ‘Love God and love your neighbor.’


Those same Protestants will, however, choose to disobey The Only Church-Founding Decree of Jesus:

“And I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”

Does A = A? No.

Therefore: “Disobedience” does not equal “Obedience”.

Is Jesus able to separate His obedient sheep from disobedient goats at Judgment? Yes.

Does He do so?

What do you think?

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