Love at war? Yes, for The Lord is a man ofwar. Exo. 15:3a. Readers, behold the Jesus of theBible: And I saw heaven opened, and behold awhite horse; and he that sat upon him was calledFaithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judgeand make war. And out of his mouth goeth a sharpsword, that with it he should smite the nations: andhe shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeththe winepress of the fierceness and wrath of AlmightyGod. Rev. 19:11, 15.The docile Jesus people are so accustomed totoday is not the one of the Bible. This modern imposter,another Jesus as the Bible calls him, trulyis a reed shaken in the wind, flopping to the pleasureof the ecumenical flow and caring not whatdoctrine one believes as long as he claims it is somethingloosely related to the Bible.Where did people ever get the notion that it doesnot really matter to God who or what they believeand fellowship as long as it is something? That isbasically the mindset among people today.Jesus Christ has never been passive about anyerror or sin and never will be. He put on the garmentsof vengeance for clothing, and was clad withzeal as a cloak when He came into this world toaccomplish the great redemptive plan. Any spiritopposing or misrepresenting that plan and the truthestablished therein, He has a vengeance against.Error damages the souls that Jesus died to save.Herein is the underlying factor why war must bewaged. False doctrines, false preachers and falsechurches are leading literally multitudes astray. Canthose with spiritual vision and understanding beexpected to stand by in silence while Satan deceivesthe whole world? Love demands a response.From: The Gospel Trumpet.