As we have already said, so now I say again: If anybody is preaching to you a gospel other than what you accepted, let them be under God’s curse!” Galatians 1:9


He has one of the largest churches in Singapore, numbering over 37,000 to date. His influences are every major word of faith preacher or pastor living or dead. His charisma, his charm and his persona has endured him to rock star status within the Charismatic and Pentecostal circles, even over shadowing the likes of Joel Osteen. Some of the biggest names in the Charismatic/Pentecostal movement, such as Cho Yonggi, Benny Hinn and Phil Pringle are but a few that have hitched their wagons to this electric preacher, this generations Charismatic “superstar”.

He has packed out U.S. stadiums throughout his 2014 tour. His books have graced the New York Times best seller list, and if his past successes are any indicator of future endeavors, it’s clear to all that Joseph Prince is making a name for himself in the church world. Yet with all of his sudden success within Christianity, with all the endorsements, the air time afforded him by TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network), and his huge following, which ranks into the thousands, all that said, Joseph Prince, by all accounts will probably be recognized not for his rise to fame or religious charisma, he will be regarded as yet one more example of what happens when the church loses its discernment and follows someone who has become blinded to the truth.

The church today has become drunk with teachings which reject the simplicity of the gospel, and in essence it has allowed teachers, declaring another gospel, another way, another Christ, to pollute and distort the gospel. Such is the case with Joseph Prince.

Prince openly admits his rejection of the gospel of repentance. His declaration which says one can live any particular way in life, willfully sin and never repent of that particular sin, wrecks havoc with the word of God. 1 John 1:9 makes it clear that IF we sin, we have an advocate with the Father who will forgive us of our sins and receive us. But repentance and a changed life, a changed heart must be apart of the gospel. But Prince rejects this notion and declares that repentance is no longer needed for the believer.

In his book, “Destined to Reign”, Prince makes the case of the following “revelations” he received and advocates for the believer:

Nothing but blessings for the believer (p.53)
No longer a need to be concerned about God’s Judgment
Repentance and confession of sin is never necessary
Wealth is for all Christians
God is continually restoring “New Truths” to the church—-New Revelations (p.32)
Prince’s personal revelation from God is: “More grace; less judgment”
Prince believes that God WILL NOT JUDGE America because of the cross. (p.49)
The Moral law has no bearing on Christians today; it was abolished with the Ceremonial law.
Prince says that he never encountered anyone that said “now I can go out and sin because of grace”(p.99)
Repentance means “Only to turn around” or a “change of mind”
He used to be conscious of sin, but he doesn’t focus on confessing his sin/s anymore 21


The problem with Prince is, he subverts the gospel to portray yet another gospel entirely. He is presenting another gospel, a gospel where there is no consequences to sin, or a demand for holiness. But what did Paul say on this matter?

1 Thessalonians 4:7: “For God has not called us for impurity, but in holiness. Therefore whoever disregards this, disregards not man but God, who has given us his Holy Spirit.” Paul, with one statement, makes it clear that not only is the believer to desire holiness, to seek after purity, but he or she is not to disregard God’s demands for righteousness. So how come Prince is advocating something different to the church? Because he has no desire for the message the cross brings, complete submission to God’s prescribed order for living, and instead, Prince is doing what so many other current heretics within the church is promoting – a gospel contrary to the cross that not only does nothing for the believer, it literally hinders the work of the Holy Spirit because of the cross. Actually, what Prince is really saying in his teachings is he has no need of the cross. That in itself is the lie Joseph Prince is attempting to convey, and many are sadly devouring his teachings, because they have itching ears.

Let’s look at it again -from his book Destined to Reign:

For generations, the body of Christ has been defeated and put under a constant siege of condemnation from the accuser because they believe wrongly that the Holy Spirit convicts believers of their sins. 43

But what does the word say about the Holy Spirit when it comes to sin? “For even if I made you grieve with my letter, I do not regret it—though I did regret it, for I see that that letter grieved you, though only for a while. As it is, I rejoice, not because you were grieved, but because you were grieved into repenting. For you felt a godly grief, so that you suffered no loss through us.” (2 Corinthians 7:8-9)

Psalm 38:18 I confess my iniquity; I am troubled by my sin.”

2 Corinthians 7:10 “Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death.”

It must be understood to the believer that sin, unconfessed sin, sin that has not been dealt with, if not repented now, in this life, will be sadly dealt with in the next. Joseph Prince ignores this subtle truth because in all reality, there is no truth in him, for he is preaching a gospel that does not convict, does not demand a change in the life of a person, but it allows the life of one who hears this message which goes easy on the flesh, to reject everything the cross stands for, what the cross demands, not a “gospel” of convenience, but a gospel which demands sacrifice. This is the tragic reality Prince is forsaking to be accepted by many within the church today, and many are embracing it fully.

The ultimate truth when it comes to Prince and his convenient “gospel” of slippery grace is that it negates the work of Christ and the call for the believer to walk free of sin, though he may fail in his or her walk, there must be some accountability, not one where the believer can go his or her own way and not desire radical change in their life.  This social gospel which Prince preaches to the thousands who willfully sit under his teaching is it preaches a salvation to be forgiven yet denies the call for redemption from sin. It teaches a form of justification by faith but not sanctification through faith. It says, “You must be born again” but doesn’t teach regeneration. It teaches that a man becomes a new creature in Christ but ultimately requires the person remains the same throughout his walk. This means that one who was saved in the dark halls of sin and perversion can remain where they were set free from, but have no hope of complete restoration or regeneration within their spirit. Again, this goes against the word – Romans 12:2 “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

Here’s the truth concerning the reality of what Joseph Prince and so many before him are openly declaring, a Universalist gospel, meaning, they are taking cues from Universalism by which God accepts all, he demands no change, no repentance, no requirement for salvation other than to just believe and then live according to ones own conscious. This again is against the word, “For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men, Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world; looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ; Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify to himself a special people, zealous for good works.” (Titus 2:11-14)

There is no question that Joseph Prince, in all he portrays, is a fulfillment to Peter’s warning found in 2 Peter 2:1, when he said, “But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing upon themselves swift destruction.”  The truth remains, what we are seeing is only the tip of the spiritual iceberg that the church today is facing almost daily. The rise of spiritual leaders who have their own agenda, their own gospel, their own spin on the teachings of Christ, but their true nature, their true identity is one which is evil, it’s manifested in deception to bring about one thing, the destruction of the body of Christ to all and any who would listen to their teachings. If we examine the fruit of Prince and what he is proclaiming, it is obvious that he is proclaiming another gospel, another Jesus, another way. He is to be marked and avoided at all cost. “Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them.” (Romans 16:17)










  1. Anonymous says:

    You should actually watch a few of Joseph Prince’ sermons before causing dissension in the body of Christ and spreading erroneous gossip. He does NOT teach that you can just sin. He teaches that NOTHING we do can make us acceptable (bible says OUR righteousness is as filthy rags), but only by accepting HIS righteousness. And he DOES say to not sin. This is only causing dissension in the body of Christ. It’s not God’s way.

  2. Sharron says:

    I watched some of his sermons and begin to question his teachings. He does not steer from his signature sermons on righteousness and God’s grace by teaching from other books of the Bible that deals with sin such as Romans, Acts, Hebrews and Revelation.

  3. Robin J says:

    I have not listened to Joseph Prince — in fact, I steer clear of religious programming any more. But the thing that has been bothering me lately about many Christians today is this focus on following an individual. I see it a lot on forums and even in conversations. Even if that individual clearly has strayed from the truth of the bible, many refuse to see or believe it when that individual’s error has been made evident — so caught up in following a person or an organization — I’m speaking of Christians in general — not to anyone who replied to this particular article. If someone preaches/teaches the truth, well and good — but we have to remember the Creator — it’s His words, His truth that’s being proclaimed by mere men, mere women. It’s too bad that many Christians don’t simply follow Christ.

    • Deb P says:

      I think you are correct Robin, it is something that bothers me too. It’s not just public figures, people make decisions based on what another everyday Christian has said or done. Maybe it was a great decision, maybe not, but we should be seeking God’s word for our lives and decisions. Several times I have seen someone who others respect and take guidance from change their mind or be convicted and the “followers” are left bewildered.

  4. When the error is obvious and we cannot see it, we cannot just blame the preacher; we blame ourselves. We ask, Why are we so blind? I hope that all of us can see better in the future.

  5. DaveT says:

    Chris, i think you got it all wrong. He is not rejecting the gospel of repentence – please listen and understand what he is saying…not echo erroneous remarks that has been going around the circuit. He has on numerous occasions put on record he is not for sin nor for unholiness. Listen again. Better still – get his latest book on The power of Right believing.

    You, understandably like some others, may have been prejudicial in your understanding about sin,repentance and holiness, perhaps colored in the traditional way you were taught. Just be open. You may begin to understand what he is saying if you are patient to read his book. In no way does JP encourages sin in a person’s life. Neither did he say holiness is not important. But you must really listen to JP to know how Christ has freed us from the slavery of sin…and holiness is the result of right believing and therefore right living…not the other way round. He does not emphasize on holiness in the traditional way because he says its “putting the cart before the horse”. We work so hard at holiness and still fail ( to be honest about it). But if we believe right, that God loved us so much that He gave His Son… that when we know His love and becomes overwhelmed by His grace towards us, the sin in us just falls away and holiness becomes a fruit….not something we try to attain. Please be open and you may gain a different understanding of the Gospel. Read his book on Power of Right Believing (available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble,etc)

    You might gain some important insight about the Good news that may radically change your life.

    • mac says:

      “…just be open…” The last time someone said to ‘be open’, all kinds of nasty lies crawled in. It took a long time and what I consider a huge miracle for all of it to fall off of my mind. When someone speaks of a church leader, that persons teaching and their writing more than The One that leader should be setting the flocks eyes and hearts upon, huge alarm bells go off. The remedy is simple yet defying ego to do it is not. But here it is: Set aside every book of this man’s that you speak and think so highly of. Next, pick up your bible and *follow through* on one very simple instruction Jesus Christ gave in Matthew 11:29 “Take my yoke upon you and learn FROM ME…” After some time, once you’ve done that, come back and revisit the conversation.

  6. DaveT says:

    JP emphasized the difference between working very hard at abstinence, willpower to overcome the works of the flesh….and having the fruit of the Spirit, as a byproduct of our right believing, we attain the very same goal to love, joy, peace,etc but by a different approach.

    Not by focusing on working out our repentence but on His love for us. Repentence will come as a result just as an enabling power from the Spirit. Whether we say we are working on our repentence or not, we will still fail most of the time, if we are honest about it. JP is just being authentic. But when we are empowered by the greater understanding of His love for us, our sinful nature will fall away…as from one degree of glory to the next. There are many such testimonies of people who broke free from sinful habits, unholy living, etc when they focus on Christ, just like a light that shines through our bodies and let His work begin in us. If we work hard at repentence, which is not a bad thing, we will still fail. JP is saying, let God do the work in us.

  7. John says:

    Read this link:
    For those who are not Bible reader and feeding on milk, Joseph twists the correct meaning of the Bible to suit his own weird heresy of Radical Grace to Prosperity Gospel. He is afterall a student of heretics Kenneth Hagin, Benny Hinn and Cho Yonggi.

    Use the Bible to compare what Joseph teaches and what God really states in HIs Word. You will find glaring errors taught by a false teacher and false prophet. Joseph is a Word Faith movement believer so beware of falsehoods.

  8. DaveT says:

    JP may have given thanks to his roots in the Word of Faith by such great men as Kenneth Hagin but it does not mean JP is a follower of everything in WOF. He is not in agreement with many aspects of WOF theology. For instance, JP does not believe in the frequent using of the “calling of all things to being” like vain repetition but rightly, only claiming that which is God given or God promised. Unlike WOF, he does not liberally use “calling into being” nor agree in some manner that were used or abused. He has never said we are little gods…It is different from the excesses of the likes of Charles Capps or Kenneth Hagin. I am quite familar with WOF because I came out of that – and I dont see JP (i watch JP week after week) practising many of these things.

    Do not blindly accept some of these critics who are not even grounded in the Word nor understand what JP is expounding. JP has never being a student of Hagin. His theology is nothing like Benny Hinn or Cho Yonggi. In fact, Benny Hin or Copeland are closer to Hagin’s theology than JP. Cho Yonggi is in a different class – quite unintelligible and incoherent in his theology.

    Many critics come to quick conclusions based on magic words that clicked together or concepts that they familar with e.g when they hear WOF…they quickly surmise it is “this brand of theology” without understanding what JP actually teaches. In reality, JP’s expositions reveal doctrines that are not exactly steep in WOF or charismatics/pentacostal and a good bible theologian is able distinguish them.

    John, if you quickly make broad statements without understanding what JP actually says, you are walking away from the opportunity to come into closer fellowship with God and also discover for yourself (after JP unveils them) a different but exciting view of God, now consistent with His nature and it is so very different from the traditional view. Many who stopped by, and are open to his teaching have found their walk more intimate and holiness becomes an “accident” without struggling in the christian life. The Gospel, as he unveils, is really good news. JP has always taught us all that like the Bereans, read and understand for yourself, not just what he preaches.

    JP has never advocated the kind of prosperity the way WOF or “prosperity gospel” did. Listen to his sermons – prosperity is always about God’s favor, about prospering the church and people in order to do good and further His kingdom. It is about blessing others and family. It is not always about money but more than that – about relationships, and favor with God and man.

    • mac says:

      What if something were to transpire in your life that left you on a deserted island with no access to, as you put it, “the opportunity to come into closer fellowship with God and also discover for yourself (after JP unveils them {•I’m sorry, I didn’t get the news – when, exactly, did the Holy Ghost die?}) a different {•different?? that is alarming!} but exciting view of God{•God doesn’t excite you without JP?? again, alarming!}, now {•NOW?? That only begs the question – What were you raised on?!} consistent {•”today, yesterday, forever”…unless someone comes along and makes that into a ‘void’ as if God was/ has been helplessly limping through the ages looking for one man…golly gee, God. what ya gonna do??} with His nature and it is so very different from the traditional view”… Words to run FAR and FAST from.
      If you were left on an island with no access to that JP you rely so heavily upon, what would you do? How would your spirit man survive, grow in “relationship” with Jesus Christ without these mere men to afford you to have that? Isn’t that who the Holy Spirit is? Can you not live, grow, without these mere men? If you were stuck on a deserted island without them, with just your bible and a voice to sing and worship God, what would become of your relationship with Christ? If you think it would be fine, you would still grow, your love would be strong, the Holy Ghost of heaven would bring for you – out there all alone – “the opportunity to come into closer fellowship with God and also discover for yourself {•after the Holy Ghost unveils them} a TRUE view of God, which has ALWAYS been consistent with His scripture”, if you think you would spirituality survive without these church leaders and TV speakers and authors then WHY!…are you not doing it now? A scarier thought – if you think you CAN’T then your dependence is clearly not upon God himself, Jesus Christ his son and the Holy Ghost of heaven.
      *Dependence – who we follow, worship, trust … is key here. Who leads us, who we ‘allow’ to lead us, guide us, teach us.
      Like you, I got caught up but it was short lived and I cleaned house. But then I got caught up in a subset of lies but this time for much longer. So I did what I knew I ALWAYS should have done – stop relying on others to point the way or walk the walk for me. Years later, someone once said to me that they get more out of their time alone throughout the week in unpluggimg Christian TV, reading their bible, spending time in fellowship with just God, talking to him throughout the day, putting on praise and worship music as they go about the house – make a sandwich, pay a bill, sweep the floor, pet the dog, sweep again – than in that short couple of hours when they go to church, and they loved church. They were just concerned something was wrong with them or the church when, in fact, what they were experiencing is a RELATIONSHIP. Dinner out with your honey shouldn’t be the MOST enjoyable time all week long for the two of you – ‘all week long’ should be, and the dinner is just a bonus.

      *For six months*go unplug the TV, get rid of the books, find a church that puts focus on scripture and live like you’re on a deserted island – away from all of the commercialism and promotions of Christian speak and thought. Do it for six months – it will be the biggest favor you ever do for yourself in your entire life. If you do, if your life is not radically changed and your heart is so in love with God, your heart feels like it’s going to explode when you talk about him, if you don’t hear regular radio songs and in your mind change the words to sing to Christ, if you aren’t happier, more victorious and clear-minded than ever in your whole life … then go another six months. Keep growing ~in Christ~. God is able, He is faithful; He is the same yesterday, today and long, LONG before JP ever came along. Put it all out the door – clean house – put your dependence sloely upon GOD.

  9. DaveT says:

    correction on the “…never being a student of Hagin” – I dont claim to know about this. What I meant is, JP’s teaching is never a representation nor expression of Hagin’s theology at all.

  10. DaveT says:

    John , the link to critic Dan Corner – did you really read some of the things he said? Do you think these are valid points against JP???

    Please, if you believe these sort of mediocre critics, you should also be aware that he is also being accused of being a heretic by another slightly up class critic, David J Stewart. See :

    There is no end to these. Listen to JP’s sermons and study these in parallel, just like the Bereans.

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  13. Andy says:

    Chris, you are young and full of zeal. Great, now read Galatians and Hebrews and ask for some understanding and you might discover that the gospel is not as dependent on you as it is on Jesus and what he has accomplished. But very few believe it. So instead of believing they do stuff so they can show God how good they have been and have Him owe them something. It really is hard for a rich man to enter the Kingdom, or a works oriented religious man.

  14. Precious Anyaeche says:

    Joseph Prince does teach some erroneous things. Let us point them out with love and pray for him and others like him.

  15. P N Chong says:

    Joseph Prince teaches many things that are close to Biblical truth. Some had written to say that his teaching encourages critical thinking. He often exhorts his church to “study in context, ” “Let me give you a Bible study tip: When you read the Bible, be sure to read everything within its context.” (Destined to Reign page 65) Because Joseph Prince exhorts his church to “study in context”, his listeners believe that he studies and preaches in context. Is this true? Or is he a deceiver and teaches doctrines contrary to Scripture? Let me share just one example from many many examples of his subtle and malignant mangling of God’s Word.

    The following on “The Secret to Godliness” is taken from Destined to Reign, pages 101-103.

    The Secret To Godliness

    Many preachers are telling believers that they have to exhibit more Christian character, more self-control, more godliness and more brotherly kindness. My friend, I totally agree that all these qualities are good and necessary, but the question is, how do we develop them? How should we preachers help believers to exhibit more Christian character? When asked for the solution, most people would say, “Discipline! We need to focus more on the Ten Commandments and develop discipline, and then self-control, godliness and brotherly kindness will come.” While all this sounds very good (to the flesh), that is not what the Word of God says, and I for one, want to go by what it says:

    2 Pet 1:5-9
    5 . . . add to your faith virtue, to virtue knowledge, 6to knowledge self-control, to self-control perseverance, to perseverance godliness, 7to godliness, brotherly kindness, and to brotherly kindness, love. 8For if these qualities are yours and abound, you will be neither barren nor unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. 9For he who lacks these things is shortsighted, even to blindness, and has forgotten that he was cleansed from his old sins.

    It is clear that if a person lacks good Christian qualities like self-control, godliness and brotherly kindness, it is not because he lacks discipline, but because he has forgotten the main clause of the new covenant. He has forgotten that the blood of Jesus has purchased forgiveness of all his sins. Beloved, if you remind yourself daily that you have been cleansed from all your sins, you will exhibit more and more of these Christian qualities. Your heart will overflow with self-control, godliness, perseverance, brotherly kindness and love.

    Pray like this every day and enjoy your forgiveness:

    Dear Father, I thank You for the cross of Jesus. I thank You that today, because of Jesus’ blood, I have been forgiven of all my sins, past, present and future. Today, You are merciful to my unrighteousness, and all my sins and lawless deeds, You will remember no more. You see me as completely righteous, not because of what I have done, but because of Jesus. I am greatly blessed, highly favored and deeply loved by You. Amen.

    The secret behind every godly man and woman is their belief
    in the truth that they have been forgiven.

    My friend, the secret behind every godly man and woman is their belief in the truth that they have been forgiven. Their godliness stems from a revelation of their forgiveness. They are believers who believe and honor God’s Word. When God says that He is merciful and that H has forgiven all their sins, they take Him at His Word. All day long, they are forgiveness-conscious. Even when they say the wrong thing, do the wrong thing or have a wrong thought, they continue to be forgiveness-conscious. They see the blood of Jesus continually washing them. They see God in His mercy and grace. Because of their forgiveness-consciousness, they experience victory over sin.

    (From now I write my comments on the above)

    Joseph Prince teaches that the secret behind godliness is man’s belief in the truth that they have been forgiven. He asserts that exercising discipline is not what the Word of God says, and he wants to go by the Word of God, so he quotes 2 Peter 1:5-9. He even includes the scripture verses in his book. So, does the Bible teach what Joseph Prince says it teaches?

    While Joseph Prince repeatedly exhorts his listener to study in context, he repeatedly does the opposite!

    Let me illustrate.

    1. I will quote 2 Peter 1:5-9 in full from the NASB.

    2 Pet 1:5-11 5Now for this very reason also, applying all diligence, in your faith supply moral excellence, and in your moral excellence, knowledge, and in your knowledge, self-control, and in your self-control, perseverance, and in your perseverance, godliness, and in your godliness, brotherly kindness, and in your brotherly kindness, love. For if these qualities are yours and are increasing, they render you neither useless nor unfruitful in the true knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. For he who lacks these qualities is blind or short-sighted, having forgotten his purification from his former sins. 10Therefore, brethren, be all the more diligent to make certain about His calling and choosing you; for as long as you practice these things, you will never stumble; 11for in this way the entrance into the eternal kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will be abundantly supplied to you.

    Kenneth Wuest Expanded Translation of 2 Peter 1:5-11 puts this phrase this way, “having added on your part every intense effort.”

    The Apostle Peter clearly teaches that intense discipline is needed to cultivate Christian virtues.
    By removing the first portion of verse 5, and therefore removing the context, Joseph Prince had changed Peter’s exhortation to exercise discipline in the path to godliness.

    2. Let us look at 1 Peter 1:10

    Kenneth Wuest Expanded Translation puts it this way, “exert yourselves the more, and bend every effort.”

    So Peter envelopes the pursuit of Christian virtues and godliness in verses 5b-9 with the exhortation to discipline oneself (verses 5a, and 10)

    3. Besides removing the immediate context of 2 Peter 1:5-9, Joseph Prince also ignores the context of the larger body of Scripture.


    Hebrews 4:11 Therefore let us be diligent to enter that rest, so that no one will fall, through following the same example of disobedience.

    Heb 6:11-12 And we desire that each one of you show the same diligence so as to realize the full assurance of hope until the end, so that you will not be sluggish, but imitators of those who through faith and patience inherit the promises.

    Col 3:5 Put to death, therefore what is earthly in you: sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry.

    Phil 2:12 So then, my beloved, just as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your salvation with fear and trembling.

    1 Cor 9:27 But I discipline my body and make it my slave, so that, after I have preached to others, I myself will not be disqualified.

    Romans 8:13 For is you are living according to the flesh, you must die; but if by the Spirit you are putting to death the deeds of the body, you will live.

    Romans 13:14 But put on the Lord Jesus, and make no provision for the flesh to gratify its lusts

    To me, Joseph Prince is extremely dangerous because his deceit is so subtle, even to those who profess to know Scripture. I have tested this out many times, and confirmed my conviction regarding Joseph Prince’s heresy.

  16. Anonymous says:

    All those who preach righteousness will be persecuted!!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      This is called the message of the cross my man and it’s foolish to those who are perishing but to those who believe it’s the power of God! He teaches the power of the cross in which brings the grace of God which is the transforming power of God! Whom he turned a dieing sinner into a living son!!! Grace empowers righteousness and the fruit of righteousness is holiness my brother u have no choice but to be transformed by his glory by relationship! We don’t need to help God he will work in us on his own and anything u do to try to help will frustrate grace and prevent sanctification of grace!!! It’s all a work of grace my man! May god bless u and all in this text is scripture to back up everything I said! Love u brother and to all who read this it’s false grace is what freed u from the get go by the power of the cross and the cross will and is more than enough to sustain u ur whole Christian life. As u have received me so walk in me!!!! Col 2:6

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