PUNISHMENT FOR FALSE TEACHERS AND ADVICE TO STRENGTHEN FAITH
You must keep your faith in God. Walk in faith every day, as Hebrews 10:38 says "But my righteous man will live by faith, and if he withdraws, I am not pleased with him."
Although there are challenges and temptations that try to prevent us from struggling in faith, we must still try to maintain faith in God. With eyes fixed on Jesus who leads in faith to faith, we are able even we will be victorious because the Holy Spirit in us is far greater than the power of this world. We will not be swayed by the heretical teachings that try to creep in and we will remain faithfully vigilant to the gospel of Christ.
Every struggle we face, big or small, we must face it with our eyes fixed on Jesus, who leads us in faith (Hebrews 12:1-2). If we continue to struggle to maintain faith faithfully then in the end we will receive the reward of eternal salvation with Jesus in Heaven.
The world today is full of evil, deception and moral degeneration. The devil is incessantly carrying out his actions because he realizes that the time is very near, and in various ways he tries to shake the faith of God's children. God also wants to work with His saints to reveal God's light on this world.
What people sow, that is what they will reap. Indeed, if we look at people who are still living in sin and evil they seem fine and may seem happier than we are. Let us not go along with their sins, but our part is to pray for them and snatch them from condemnation. If we sow to flesh we will reap destruction, otherwise if we sow spiritual and holy we will reap eternity.
So that we can maintain faith in the face of false teachings that try to turn our faith away from God. There are many false teachings and false prophets who stray from the Word of God. They try to convince Christians to become their followers, and those without a strong foundation of faith are easily tempted and led astray.