“We’re All God’s Children” — That’s Not True

I hear the phrase, “We’re all God’s children” a lot and it irks me because not everyone is God’s child. If you deny Jesus Christ, then you deny God. I never saw anything in the scriptures stating, “God wants a child who denies Jesus Christ.” That’s a lie and the God I serve does not lie.

“Biblically speaking, that phrase is a lie because the scripture says a child of God obeys the Lord and their actions are pleasing in His sight. You do that by repenting of things you’ve wrongly done and accepting Him through Jesus Christ. If people disobey the Lord and go on a different path, those people are hypocrites and they do not belong to God. Yes, you can change your ways, but if you’re not acting in the ways that pleases the Lord and repenting full heartily, you are not a child of God” — Rebekah Joy Williams

New age Christianity of people coexisting is an act from the devil himself. 1 John 3: 10 a-b states,

10 This is how we know who the children of God are and who the children of the devil are: Anyone who does not do what is right is not God’s child (NIV)”

This verse is bluntly saying that if a person lives in a way that displeases the Lord, they are not His child. People like to loosely use the phrase, “We’re all God’s children” to be politically correct. It’s an unhealthy way of living because that person is being a blasphemer and is only doing this to fit in. As a Christian, it is important to stand out and speak up for what is right and True. I encourage Christians to repent if they are doing this because hypocrites will not inherit the Kingdom of Heaven and I want every Christian to experience the Kingdom.

You cannot seriously say a person on a path to New Ageism, Hinduism, Satanism, Witchcraft, etc are God’s children and will inherit the Kingdom of Heaven. That is a straight up lie and I pray they find God before it’s too late. People are a creation God has made, but they are not necessarily His child if they are blatantly disobeying Him. That is an insult towards God.

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