It's become almost like a catch phrase in Christianity to say "God sees everyone the same" or "When God sees you, all He sees is the blood of Jesus". Pray tell, where is the scriptural basis for this idea?

I intend to prove in this last section that this line of thinking is not supported by scripture, and God most definitely does NOT see everyone exactly the same as the next person. While I may be in this by myself, and I certainly don't know of any denomination or any church that will take a stand on it as I will, it matters not. Hopefully by the time I've reached this very end of my website I've managed to prove the mainstream fund-a-mental churches have plenty wrong with them and their doctrines.

It should be no surprise that many people in the world already take the stance of "everyone is equal" and it should give no peace of mind when even worldly people adopt a belief that is supposedly based in scriptures, the reason for this is because it is not based in scriptures whatsoever, but it sounds good to the carnal mind, it tickles their ears as the Bible says there would be unsound doctrines and prophets who would lie to people.

I put it like this: We know that some people are stronger than others, no? I'm talking literally here, there are some people in the world who are physically stronger than others. There are some people who are faster than others. There are some people who are healthier and in better shape than others, right?

Good, now that we can agree on that much at least it's a start, I will continue.

We can also say that there are some people in the world who are smarter than others, this is true. There are some people in the world who are wiser than others as well. There are some people who are more patient than others and some who are more compassionate than others. This is also true.

Now we are starting to enter into the unseen things and the last 2 attributes I mentioned come straight from the Bible regarding the fruit of the spirit. Yes some people have more fruit of the spirit than other people. Hopefully this is getting across very smoothly and the transition will be painless.

We can go further and say that some people are more meek than others, more tolerant than others, more gentle than others, and even more LOVING than others. These are some of the fruits of the spirit, Jesus is a fruit inspector and in the end will be judging by your fruits. If we have so many scriptures indicating the importance of the fruit of the spirit insomuch that you will be JUDGED by whether or not you have them, then obviously God sees a difference between one person and the next, all are not equal in God's eyes, and some people really are BETTER than others.


Mat 3:10, 7:19 and Luke3:9 all say that trees without good FRUIT will be cast into fire

Mat 5:10; Those who are persecuted for righteousness shall inherit the kingdom

Mat 21:43; The kingdom will be given to a nation bringing forth FRUITS

John 5:29; They that have DONE GOOD shall get the resurrection of life and they that have DONE EVIL shall get the resurrection of damnation

2Cor 5:10; All will appear before the judgement seat of Christ and receive according to what was done in their body whether good or bad

1Tim 5:22; Keep thyself pure

Titus 2:11-12; For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men. Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world

James 2:5; God has promised the kingdom to them that love Him

1Peter 1:16; Because it is written, Be ye holy; for I am holy.

1Peter 2:24; We being dead to sins should live RIGHTEOUSLY

1John 2:6; If you say you abide in Him you ought to walk in the same manner as He walked.


For more on just how important works are, see Salvation by Works. Now I know that people will try to say "Our righteousness is as filthy rags" but people don't notice 2 things about that verse.
1. It's only found in the OT in Isaiah 64:6, where he is talking to israel about repenting from their sins. We are not in the OT times anymore, nor are we a part of unrepentant Israel that was being referred to back then.
2. It says at the beginning of the verse that they were also unclean, well in the 2nd Cor 6:17-18 we are told not to be unclean if we want to be accepted by God. In Rev 3:4 Sardis was counted worthy because they were not defiled. So, unclean=unrighteous, and clean=righteous, it should be obvious to be clean then.
Aside from that, if you still don't believe it, we are to put on HIS righteousness, as Eph 6:14 says to put on the breastplate of righteousness and the whole armor of God. We are commanded to be holy, we are commanded to be Godly, we are commanded to be pure.

The Bible tells us for sure that Abraham was righteous, Job was righteous, Enoch was righteous (and perfect in his generations), David was a man after God's own heart, Solomon was wise, and the list goes on and on of people in the Bible who were above the rest of the world. Proverbs 15:3 tells us that "The eyes of the Lord are in every place beholding both the evil and the good.", so God most certainly can and does see sin, He doesn't just look at everyone and see Jesus.

The only remaining problem comes in peoples' interpretation of James 2:10-11. People read verse 10 and don't bother with 11. Verse 10 says "For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.". So then people read that, and with their carnal minds, try to interpret it to mean that you or me or anyone is no better than Stalin, Hitler, and Manson, and they are no worse than any of us.


Let's read the next verse, "For he that said, Do not commit adultery, said also, Do not kill. Now if thou commit no adultery, yet if thou kill, thou art become a transgressor of the law.". It now becomes clear what James was saying, and it's not what mainstream Christianity tries to make it say. All it says is that if you break any one of the commandments, you have broken the law. It does NOT say that if you commit adultery you've also committed murder.

The carnal mind of many so called "christians" wants to try to justify their sins or their unrighteousness by twisting that scripture into a useful tool to knock good people down with, and elevate themselves with a false humility. It is disgusting. We are not all equal in God's eyes. While God loves us all, He does not approve of us all, or sees no difference between one person and the next. He would have to be blind, deaf, and dumb.

Sin is sin, and all sin is less than perfection, but it's absurd and unscriptural to say that all sin is the same, because all punishment/reward in the Bible is not the same come judgement day. One fine example of this is where Jesus says 4 times in 3 of the gospels that "It shall be more tolerable for Sodom and Gomorrah than for that city in the day of judgement.". The city He was referring to is any place the apostles would walk that would not receive them, and in another place He was talking about Capernaum. Mat 10:15, 11:24, Mark 6:11, Luke 10:12.

Also Mark 12:40, Luke 20:47 Which devour widows' houses, and for a shew make long prayers: the same shall receive greater damnation.

This also disproves the Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron 'Way of the Master' method of preaching by which they ask "Have you ever lied? Yes? So that makes you a liar. Have you ever stolen? Yes? So that makes you a thief." With their train of thought that 1 act makes you something, it would be akin to asking "Have you ever told the truth? Yes? So that makes you honest. Have you ever laughed? Yes? So that makes you cheerful. Have you ever smoked a cigarette in your life? Yes? So that makes you a smoker. Have you ever drank an alcoholic beverage in your life? Yes? So that makes you a drinker."

Is there scriptural proof that this method is heresy and not all sins are the same? Yes.

John 19:11 he that delivered me unto thee hath the greater sin.
1 Cor 6:18 says that fornication is the only sin which we commit against ourselves.
1 John 5:16 declares there are sins that lead to death, and there are sins that don't lead to death.
Sins such as worry (Phil. 4:6), unthankfulness (Col. 2:7, 3:15; Luke. 17:11-18) and lack of humility and gentleness (Eph. 4:2) are not included in any of the lists of sins which lead to death.

The last resort of the unlearned phariseeical pious 'christian' is to tell people their righteousness is as filthy rags. I simply ask such people to find the scripture in the Bible. (It's Isaiah 64:6.)

The first thing to notice about this is that it's the OT, which means it is not spoken to the Christians. The second, and more important thing to recognize, is that it was spoken specifically about WICKED, UNREPENTANT ISRAEL, in the middle of their sins and transgressions. CONTEXT CONTEXT CONTEXT! It was NOT a blanket, universal statement to all people for all time. This really needs to be clarified for the sake of believers.

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