Sermon Sunday: The Seven Abominations, Part 1

The following blog is a teaching which I have prayed concerning for a while. The video which sparked this study was from Perry Stone and made me think hard and long. I will go into more details as to what he was saying in this video later in this sermon. I want you to consider everything that is being stated in this blog and its resources which I will link to.

Let’s pray: Father in Heaven, I ask right now that You would teach us Your precepts. I ask that we would understand how much You detest these sins which I will be speaking about. I ask O Lord that You would anoint me as I write this and anoint them to be able to read this with an open heart, no offense. I now thank You O Lord that this blog will be a success in Your sight. Your Kingdom come, Your Will be done on earth as it is in Heaven! In Jesus’ name, by faith in the Word of God, by the power and the authority of the name of Jesus, by the third day resurrection of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, and by the blood of the Lamb. Amen!

Now, as I wrote this prayer above which I ask that you read aloud as you read this, I thought of this song to start us out in worship to our Lord. Also, let’s sing Sing Unto The Lord A New Song, Burn In Me, and You Are My All In All. I wanted to do this like any other Church service you would experience. Enjoy!


Yep! You read that right! I want to begin this sermon with two Scriptures to consider:

  • 1. Proverbs 1:6, TPT: These kingdom revelations will break open your understanding to unveil the deeper meaning of parables, poetic riddles and epigrams, and to unravel the words and enigmas of the wise.
  • 2. 2 Timothy 3:16, TPT: Every Scripture has been inspired by the Holy Spirit, the breath of God. It will empower you by its instruction and correction, giving you the strength to take the right direction and lead you deeper into the path of godliness.

I taught previously about The Word’s Place In Our Lives, which goes more into detail about this topic, but I’d like to give a word of warning: The Word of God is wisdom from above. If you get offended at me saying something is an abomination as the Word says, my friend, you need to reconsider your theology and your political ideology; for this means that you are letting the culture take precedence over the Word of God. Some of you may object and say, “What are you talking about?” You may find 100,000 (exaggerating of course) Scriptures as to why you’re view is correct, but my friend, perhaps you have distorted the Scriptures to fit your view. In this video, Pastor Stan Mitchell, I believe, has done this very thing concerning homosexuality and thinks that the Holy Spirit gave him this revelation. I’m not trying to throw anyone under the bus, but I’m making a point: Anyone can be deceived. This article shows us Christians the right response in which we are to approach the homosexual. Also, for anyone in this lifestyle, click here. I don’t condemn you, but am making a point for us in general to consider.

For those that condone what God hates, remember this: The Bible says that we are not to be conformed to this world (and I insert my oppinion here), and its culture (Romans 12:2).

I now want to before giving you the last Scripture give you the definition of abomination. I want you to think about this definition before continuing.

Essentially, as defined by MeriamWebster dictionary, this word denotes hatred or disdain of something. The synonyms of this word are: abhorrence, anathama, antipathy, aversion, detestation, execration, hate. Now, you know the Lord’s attitude concerning the sins that we will be addressing in this discourse.

I will end this heading by giving its Scripture. Proverbs 6:16, TPT says, “There are six evils God truly hates and a seventh that is an abomination to him.” Selah!

Arrogance, Superiority, and Pride

Proverbs 6:17, TPT says, “Putting others down while considering yourself superior, spreading lies and rumors, killing the blood of the innocent,” and Proverbs 21:4, TPT says, “Arrogance, superiority, and pride, are the fruit of wickedness and the true deffinition of sin.”

A rumor, as defined by WordNik English Dictionary is:

  • Noun. A current report, with or without fountation; commonly, a story or statement passing from one person or to another without any known authority for its truth; a MERE report; a piece of idle gossip.

I want you to meditate on the following Scripture. Matthew 12:36, TPT says, You can be sure of this: when the day of judgment comes, everyone will be held accountable for every careless word he has spoken.” This is, of course, the same Scripture that Perry Stone quoted in his video which I posted the link to above. I now would like to show you what gossip is like through this video, and also I will post an article about the media.

You might ask, “Why the media?” Because at a larger scale, you are in danger of committing both gossip and slander (as of the last presidency), if you believed and spread the lies of the biased media. Journalism should look like Live Action’s journalism pertaining to Planned Parenthood or Project Veritas, who sometimes exposes the tactics for lack of better words of these biased journalists. I would rather that the news stations in which I listen to or the articles I read just give me the news and I form my own oppinion.

I now want you to take a good look at the following Scripture and think it through before continuing. Psalms 101:5, AMPC says, “Whoso privily slanders his neighbor, him will I cut off (from Me); he who has a haughty look and a proud and arrogant heart I cannot and I will not tolerate. Slander, as defined by WordNik English Dictionary, is a false and malicious statement or report about someone. Arrogance, at its simplest, is pride with contempt of others. It essentially is the same as disdain (WordNik English Dictionary).

I just realized that I forgot to post the article which is a more right-leaning piece. Prayerfully consider going to other sources after reading about media bias on this piece. In another blog in the future, I may give you the different faith-based organizations which I listen to, one of which is The Denison Forum, which strives to make their news unbiased like it is supposed to be. Also, CBN News, and Charisma News.

Also, pride, as defined by WordNik English Dictionary, is arrogant or disdainful conduct or treatment; haughtiness. Haughtiness as defined by the Century English Dictionary which is what WordNik picked, is highness; loftiness.

What is superiority? Well, I’ve heard people call Democrats in general, “Demonrats,” and Christian Democrats, “The Deep State Church,” and people have called Republicans, “Dumb,” which Republicans have also called the Democrats, “Deplorables,” etc. This is superiority. If you have done this, repent. I have put things such as this on Facebook calling for repentance, and a friend of mine with all due respect, said, “Thank you for reminding me. I’ve even been guilty of this,” and although this person doesn’t do what I said not to do, there are similar posts. It is exactly like one of the speakers said at the event The Return which I’ve posted on here before. He said, “If you want to quit being prayerless, just start making a habit of praying every day.” Repenting is “turning from our wicked ways,” (2 Chronicles 7:14). This is crucial. I’m not trying to throw anyone under the buss, but I’m stating these things to make a point. I could look it up on the internet, but with this one, I thought it better to give some examples that may be familiar to you.

Psalms 120:2-3, TPT says, “So come and deliver me now from this treachery and false accusation. O lying dcvers, don’t you know what is your fate?” Proverbs 12:22, TPT states, “Live in the truth and keep your promises, and the Lord will keep delighting in you, but he detests a liar.” Here now is the fate of the lying deceiver as recorded in Revelation 21:8, AMPC, Emphasis Added:

But as for the cowards and the ignoble and the contemptible and the cravenly lacking in courage and the cowardly submissive, and as for the unbelieving and faithless, and as for the depraved and defiled with abominations, and as for the murderers and the lewd and adulterers and the practicers of magic arts and the idolaters (those who give supreme devotion to anyone or anything other than God) and ALL liars (those who knowingly convey untruth by word deed)-(all of these have) their part in the lake that blazes with fire and brimstone. This is the second death.” A word of warning: I have heard of a prophetic word that says, “What’s done cannot be unday,” which I agree with wholeheartedly. I’m not throwing anyone under the bus, disrespecting them, or calling someone a “false teacher,” or “false prophet,” just because I agree with them. Liberty says, “It’s not that we’re worshipping Trump.” I forgot the rest of what she said in that sentence, but I posted the link so you could hear for yourself in context what she said in its entirety. It is written in the Bible that God does nothing unless He reveals it to His servants the prophets (Amos 3:7), which is why I make it my aim to put on here all notable prophets that I know of and make sure that I properly, in the best way I can, put the pieces together. With that being said, another prophet, which is why I’m making warning, was vehemently against idolizing Trump. I at one point thought I was not doing this, but when I listened to and read the following articles by Jennifer LeClaire, and R. Loren Sandford in 2018 and a Daily Word In The Crisis and sermon from just recently, I was shown otherwise with the Lord. I never really doubted the prophets who said that Trump would win, but it made me still do some soul-searching, especially due to the above verse in Revelation 21:8. If we don’t want to partake in the second death (even people who prophesied in Christ’s name can; see Matthew 7:21-23), then we’d better look into our hearts. We’d better ask the Lord to judge us so we’re not condemned with the world (1 Corinthians 11:32). Contrary to what people may think, this is not me letting?someman,” influence my decisions. R. Loren Sandford admits to only being but dust. It is the same Holy Spirit who commanded him to preach these words and Jenniferwrier to write that article that tells me, “Patelin! This is my warning to you!” Why should I disobey my Lord and encourage others to do the same (Matthew 5:19)? Selah!

Concerning idolatry in other areas, click on resource 1, resource 2, and lastly, resource 3. Now moving on from idolatry.

Isaiah 30:33, AMPC, says, For Topheth (a place of burning and abomination) has already been laid out and long ago prepared; yes, for the (Assyrian) king and (the god) Molech it has been made ready, its pyre made deep and large, with fire and much wood; the breath of the Lord; like a stream of brimstone, kindles it.” Many of the Children of Israel in the days of old sacrificed their children to Molech, who was mentioned above. Also, today, we can compare this practice to that of abortion. Scripturally, I will teach more on this in the future after I’ve prayed and asked for the Father’s heart concerning this. Deuteronomy 19:9-10, AMPC says, “If you keep all these commandments to do them, which I command you this day, to love the Lord your God and to walk always in His ways, then you shall add three other cities to these three,

Lest innocent blood be shed in your land, which the Lord your God gives you as an inheritance, and so blood guilt be upon you.” People have said that they believe that the Scriptures in Numbers and other places indicates that the child is only alive after about 3 months old or older. However, the story that R. Loren Sandford tells us concerning his wife proves that their interpretation was made by demons themselves with all due respect. If you hold to this interpretation, I stand my ground. The Bible doesn’t change just because you change it. God would have to do that and He is not a man that He should lie (Numbers 23:19, Malachi 3:6, Romans 3:4). If you have a problem with me taking this stance, you have allowed the culture to take precedence over the Word of God. I will leave it at that. Prayerfully consider what I’m saying in these lines!

Proverbs 28:17, TPT says, “A murderer’s conscience will torment him–a fugitive daunted by guilt all the way to the grave with no one to support him.” Here’s a warning: Isaiah 1:15, NKJV says, “When you spread out your hands,

I will hide My eyes from you;

Even though you make many prayers,

I will not hear.

Your hands are full of blood.”

To the one reading this and pondering on my words, sit and think with the Spirit on this before continuing. If you have been praying long and hard, and your prayers are not being answered, could it be that the one you suport if he suports abortion in any way is in the wrong? Could it be that you are in the wrong? I want you to truly be a freethinker.

By Patelin Cogswell

My name is Patelin Cogswell. I was born on September 24, 1998. I was born in Oklahoma City. I went to Oklahoma School for the Blind and graduated in 2017. I am called as a Minister of the Gospel and an Intercessor. However, this is not about me. My life is dedicated to making Christ alone. This blog was called because I didn’t want my name on the blog like others do because I feel like it is not me living but Christ living through me.


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