Jesus says, He will be a swift witness and judge against false swearers (church people professing to be worshipers of God and covenant keepers, but are not), and against those that oppress the hireling in his wages (demanding of the people a burdensome, heavy, tithing system, to be given to them and their created ministry, and with their own, created, ministerial headquarters, and who oppress the widow and fatherless and the strangers with such like commands and burdens that is put upon them. Christ says He will be a swift witness against all such sinners and their transgressions of His commandments. Instead of oppression and committing sins against such members, God commands loving care, Godly guidance and leadership as a loving shepherd, who is really concerned for these members in need, who will lay down his life for God's sheep, not demanding of the members to work and slave for them the ministry, and continually preach that give (as in giving money) is the bottom line of Christ's teaching.
In Hebrews 13:4, God tells us that "whore mongers (fornicators) and adulterers, (who are also idolaters) God will judge."
Paul, writing from the very heart and mind of God in I Corinthians 6:9, says that "the unrighteous shall not inherit the Kingdom of God." Paul proceeds to identify members who are unrighteous. He says don't be deceived, the unrighteous are the fornicators, the idolaters, the adulterers, the effeminate (the catamite, (one who engages in sex with small boys) the abusers of themselves with mankind (a homosexual sodomite) the thieves (stealing from the brethren or anyone) the covetous (unlawful lusts of the flesh), drunkards, revilers (church government leaders playing god abusing the brethren) and extortioners (gaining money and tithes by fraud and deception for ungodly use teaching lies). Paul says none of these unrighteous shall inherit the Kingdom of God! How can God make it any plainer, that these sinners and all such sinners shall not inherit the Kingdom of God unless they repent of all such sins?
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Adulterers And Idolaters