The Free-Will Version Bible (FWV Bible)
The newly released Free-Will Bible has become an overnight sensation among Arminian pastors and preachers. This ultra-modern Bible meets all the needs of those who hate a God who saves whom He wills when He wills and who love a gospel that puts the spiritually dead sinner in the driver’s seat of his own salvation.
Some ground-breaking features of this new Free-Will Bible include:
Removal of Psalm 65, verse 4
Removal of Daniel 4:35
Removal of Matthew 20:16
Removal of Matthew 22:14
Removal of Mark 13:20
Removal of John 1:12-13
Removal of John 15:16
Removal of Romans 3:11
Removal of Romans 8:7&8
Removal of Romans Chapter 9
Removal of 1 Peter 2:9
Removal of a total of 27 instances of the words “elect”, election, elected [Click here for list of those verses].
Other popular features of the new Bible include footnotes to help you to interpret words like “all” and “the world” out of context. Users of this new bible should have no problem promoting a false free-will gospel. So instead of being at God’s mercy, God will be at your mercy, waiting and hoping for you to choose Him. Now doesn’t that take all the fear and trembling out of salvation? Don’t you just love it, to be able to save yourself at the last minute on your deathbed, just by calling on the Lord Jesus Christ when you know you will never have to confess Him before men and never need to forsake your lifestyle? Isn’t it great that your salvation depends solely on YOU and YOUR wonderful FREE-WILL and not on God exercising His good pleasure and His discretion to save whom He chooses?
The children of thy elect sister greet thee. Amen.
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Christ Died For The Ungodly
by Horatius Bonar
The divine testimony concerning man is, that he is a sinner. God bears witness against him, not for him; and testifies that "there is none righteous, no, not one"; that there is "none that doeth good"; none "that understandeth"; none that even seeks after God, and, still more, none that loves Him (Psa. 14:1-3; Rom. 3:10-12). God speaks of man kindly, but severely; as one yearning over a lost child, yet as one who will make no terms with sin, and will "by no means clear the guilty." <continued>