Alexander Pagani Calls Out the Church With These 5 Points

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Abby Trivett

In a new video, apostle Alexander Pagani is calling out half the church for their hypocrisy, saying that at least half of them will not enter into the kingdom of heaven.

Pagani’s first point that the church must take note of is that there is “kingdom arithmetic” that must be calculated. Pagani says that when you start to investigate Scripture, you see how it is guaranteed that not all people will enter into the kingdom of heaven.

“Heaven has a definitive number of who’s saved and who’s not saved,” Pagani says in reference to names being blotted out from the Book of Life. “There is a numeric registration that is consistently being updated.”

The second point that Pagani makes is that the numbers of those who do and do not make it in to heaven, including among those who have seemed to be faithful, is also found in Scripture. Pagani explains this concept is by using the example of the 10 virgins described in Scripture, five of which missed the groom and the other five who did not.


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“You got 10 virgins. Five were wise, five were foolish. The text lets us know that the five that were foolish get cast out into outer darkness,” Pagani says. “So there’s 10 virgins, not five virgins and five guests, no 10 virgins; see how this works…that means half the church in the end doesn’t make it.”

The next point that Pagani makes about the church utilized the story of talents and how the one who did not sow and harvest the talent was considered lazy and wicked, cast into darkness. This was to make the point that just as one of the three who were commissioned in the story did not do as their master asked, so too there are those in ministry who also will not inherit the kingdom of heaven.

“A third of the people in ministry don’t make it, so half the church doesn’t make it and within that group a third of those in ministry—they don’t make it,” Pagani says.


The fourth point comes from 2 Peter 1:10 which reads: “Therefore, brothers, diligently make your calling and election sure. For if you do these things, you will never stumble.”

“Do you see what’s going on here?” Pagani asks. “It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of a living God. So, it’s not just ‘I repented of my sin’…that’s how it starts; that’s not how it ends.”

Pagani says that this isn’t about having a works-based mentality of salvation, but rather that it is because of your salvation through faith that you want to do your works for the Lord. Our job as believers is to do our work unto the Lord, and not for our own personal glory and gain.

“As you believe in the finished work of Christ on the cross, Christ crucified, the subsequent response to that is a born again, regenerative spirit that causes you to carry out your faith,” Pagani says.


Pagani points out that there should be no fear in talking about the fact that faith without works is dead. Instead, he makes it clear that he will boldly preach the truth.

“I’m afraid that this once saved, always saved to some, not all, is producing a justification of a laxed, comfortable lifestyle…I ain’t going to hell for nobody,” Pagani says.

And for the fifth point, Pagani says that you have to add to your faith, using 2 Peter 1:5-8, which says, “make every effort to add virtue to your faith; and to your virtue, knowledge; and to your knowledge, self-control…For if these things reside in you and abound, they ensure that you will neither be useless nor unfruitful…”

“So it’s not just the normal Christian stuff that we’re supposed to do,” Pagani says. “There’s certain things that you have to add to your faith which means you have to deal with mathematics still. Why? Because heaven is judging your analytics.”


Pagani’s warning comes after a previous message to his fellow social media followers to make sure they are not just seeking out the next Christian trend, but rather are seeking Christ with their entire heart. This message is a call to believers everywhere to evaluate their faith to see if they are truly following Jesus or if they have fallen trap to the deadly message of a lukewarm church.

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Abby Trivett is a marketing copywriter and coordinator for Charisma Media.

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Abby Trivett is copywriter for Charisma and an editorial intern.


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