Happy New Year! Jesus loves you and there is no judgment.

Good News! There is no judgment.

In the beginning, God created imperfect man without any laws or judgment but He loved us unconditionally (Genesis 1-2).

But man wanted to know good and evil to be perfect like God (Genesis 3)

The law is the knowledge of good and evil (Romans 7)

Therefore God told man to keep the law to be perfect (Deuteronomy 6, Exodus 20)

Israel tried and failed (See Old Testament)

Jesus came to fulfill the law, then died on the cross and rose to be perfect and to forgive all sins of the world (Matthew/Mark/Luke/John)

Jesus told His followers to receive the Holy Spirit by grace through faith so that they could fulfill the required law by obedience to His commands (Matthew 5, 19, Luke 11, Matthew 22, John 13, Romans 13, Romans 6, Romans 8, James 2, 1 John 3-5, Revelation 2-3, Revelation 14, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, Galatians 5-6, Ephesians 5-6, Colossians 3, etc.)

It was because Jesus was supposed to return and use the Law to judge both believers and unbelievers according to works in AD70 (Romans 2, 2 Corinthians 5, Matthew 25, Revelation 20, Matthew 16, Mark 13, Matthew 24, 2 Thessalonians 2, James 5, Revelation 22, etc.)

If they became perfect then they would be saved and the rest of the world would have gone to hell.

The Church failed to be perfect, failed to keep the law in the tribulation of AD70 and therefore Jesus did not judge the world (Matthew 24, Luke 18)

The Law ended in AD70 (Hebrews 8:13, Luke 21)

There is no future judgment day and the Bible is over.

Jesus is not coming back.

God actually never wanted to judge the world because He is unconditional love (1 Corinthians 13)

It is because the Bible is a story telling us that man cannot be perfect and that God is not judging us.

The Law ended with Jesus and only He is perfect.

The Law does not exist today.

Without the law, there is no sin (Romans 4)

Jesus removed all sins from the world (John 1)

Jesus forgave the entire world and made us accepted, loved without any works.

The perfect God will not judge imperfect people.

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