Unconscious Hypocrisy is actually the title of a sermon by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, which was recoded in his book Studies in the Sermon on the Mount. The following is just a few notes I took on that sermon.
Lloyd-Jones began by saying that there are many people who are not aware of the fact that they are not really Christians when they are convinced that they are; and so, they have a kind of unconscious hypocrisy. They think they are good Christians but they are in fact reprobates.
- They are of the “many” who have passed up the narrow gate and have instead gone down the broad path with most of the world.
- They are like the five foolish virgins, and like the man who built his house on the sand.
- They are of those whom Jesus spoke of (in Matthew 7:21-23) who did wonderful works, but yet didn’t…
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