False Professors Of The Faith

Updated: 5 days ago


Take a look at an Example of one who professes to be a Christian but is void of the true spirit of Jesus. Individuals who proclaim to be a Christian but do not have the Biblical evidence to justify their claim are not true Biblically defined Christians (Luke 6:46, James 1:22, Matthew 7:22, KJV).

Jesus' Warning

When communicating through Quora with Mr. Rosario D’Souza on his loyalty to Jesus as a professing Christian, he was apparently offended and ultimately resorted to name-calling, insults, and blocking comments. Sadly this is the typical behavior of those who are only making the claim to be a Christian but are void of the true spirit of Jesus.

There are too many who are comfortable with simply making the profession to be a “Follower of Christ” and yet do not actually follow him, and when they are called out for it, they feel offended that someone is shedding light on their hypocrisy (John 3:21–21, KJV).

At some point, everyone will face the reality of death, some sooner than others. While there is still time, at least have the humility to discuss this sacred topic with maturity and kindness in hope of understanding the truth of Jesus’ message and ultimately resulting in honor and integrity towards the GIVER of all life; the ALMIGHTY ONE.

If you would like to view the conversation between Mr. D’Souza and myself, I’ve linked it below. Please take the time to scripturally validate what is being conveyed and if you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Take care!

Rosario D'Souza Christian, philosopher, scientist, poet, independent thinkerMay 27


Every time I repent nothing happens, I don’t feel the Holy Spirit within me. What should I do?

Does the Bible say that something should happen when you repent? Does the Bible say that you should feel the Holy Spirit within you? If not, then why do you expect those things? It helps to have a clear understanding of what repentance is… To repent is to want to not sin anymore. It doesn’t mean to stop sinning, but to want to stop sinning. Just like how one runs away when they see a pesky relative or friend (who always ask for money when they see you) approaching, a repentant person runs away when they see sin approaching. It doesn’t have anything to do with feeling. You can feel sorry that you sinned but not be repentant. One doesn’t feel the Holy Spirit inside himself. Nothing visible happens when you repent. But God takes note of your repentance. Our Christian walk is by faith, not by feeling. That means, when God says something, we believe it, without proof, and independent of how we feel. That is, even if we don’t feel any difference, and even if we don’t feel that something is true, we believe it because God said it, and we believe that God is not a liar. So when God says that if we repent we are forgiven, we believe it even if we don’t feel anything. So what you need to do is to ignore your feelings and believe. But first make sure that you are truly born again.

Meeka Six ·

Author,Professor of Theology & Spiritual Development Jun 9


You wrote: “To repent is to want to not sin anymore. It doesn’t mean to stop sinning, but to want to stop sinning” …this is false…absolutely! The reason there is nothing felt…he’s not there. Let me explain…”Where the spirit of the Lord Jesus is, there is liberty (freedom)” (2 Corinthians 3:17,KJV). Those who profess to be Christians and still commit sin (asking for repentance), only confirm that they have not experienced the true rebirth spoken of in the New Testament, and thereby do not have the true spirit of Christ. Jesus said that those who sin are in bondage to sin (John 8, KJV). Where his spirit is, bondage is broken…a true Christian is not in bondage …to sin??? No.

Rosario D'Souza · Jun 9 So you don’t commit sin?And please carefully define “commit sin”. Meeka Six · Jun 11 “The righteous sin not” (2 Corinthians). To “commit” sin is to carry out an act of sin/disobedience to the Laws and Commandments given by the GOD of Israel. No, I do not sin. Do you not know that the New Testament states clearly that No sinner will enter into the kingdom of Heaven? What is even more concerning, if you are professing to be a Christian and commenting in regards to what it means to be a Christian, and yet do not seem to know the true purpose as to why Jesus came and the reason for his death. If you would like to discuss this further you can personally reach out to me. Take care!

Rosario D'Souza · Jun 11 We began this discussion in public, and it should continue in public.Thank you for defining what you think it means to commit sin.You don’t commit sin?What do you think of 1 Tm 2:12 and 1 Cor 14:34–38 and 1 Jn 1:8–10?1 Tm 2:12 But I do not allow a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man, but to remain quiet.You are a woman, and I am a man, and you are trying to teach a man. By your own definition, you have committed sin.1 Cor 14:34–38 34 The women are to keep silent in the churches; for they are not permitted to speak, but are to subject themselves, just as the Law also says. 35 If they desire to learn anything, let them ask their own husbands at home; for it is improper for a woman to speak in church. 36 Was it from you that the word of God first went forth? Or has it come to you only? 37 If anyone thinks he is a prophet or spiritual, let him recognize that the things which I write to you are the Lord's commandment. 38 But if anyone does not recognize this, he is not recognized, so clearly this is not Paul’s idea but God’s command. Neither can you say that is Quora isn’t church, for where two or three are gathered in His Name (which is what we are doing here) there He is, and so this is church.1 Jn 1:8–10 8 If we say that we have no sin, we are deceiving ourselves and the truth is not in us. 9 If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 10 If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a liar and His word is not in us.Finally, irrespective of whether one is a man or woman, anyone who says that he doesn’t sin anymore is deceiving himself / herself.Verse 10 addresses the past but verse 8 addresses the present (all the tenses are present tense). So you cannot say that this passage is only about sin that was done before one was http://saved.So is anyone who says that Jesus is not God.