Please, drop your dancing flute and get back with me on why the "righteous sheep" of verses 37-39 had not known they had been benevolent to the Lord and yet, would "inherit the kingdom," and why the "unrighteous goats" were going to hell because they had not known either (v.44).
The Calvinist calls this "election of the saints." What do you call it Ken? You, no doubt, will not need the "whole chapter" to explain since the "Comforter" will be speaking through you..lol...
If you PREACH the Word by READING the Word we won't have any problem, will we. Matthew 25 is your problem since it has nothing to do with the demand to teach "that which has been written for our learning" without "private interpretation" meaning '"further expounding" or corrupting the Word which means "selling learning at retail" and also "adultery." I will tell you (from reading 101aaa)what Jesus thought about the Musical Worship Teams.
Mk 5:39 And when he was come in, he saith unto them, Why make ye this ado, and weep? the damsel is not dead, but sleepeth.
Matthew 9:23 And when Jesus came into the rulers house, and saw the minstrels and the people making a noise,
Auletes (g834) ow-lay-tace'; from 832; a flute- player: - minstrel, piper.
Aoidos A. singer, minstrel, bard, 3. enchanter, chrêsmôn aoidos,
III. = Eunouchos,
(All religious musicians were eunuchs Gal 5)
Hsch.; cf. doidos. crow as cocks, hoot as owls, twang, of the bow-string,
vie with one in singing,
Alal-azô , fut. -axomai v.l. in E.Ba.593, A. -: (formed from the cry alalai): --raise the war-cry,,
nikên alalazein shout the shout of victory, S.Ant.133.
2. generally, cry, shout aloud, Pi.l.c., E.El.855; esp. in orgiastic rites,
A.Fr.57; of Bacchus and Bacchae,
II. rarely also of other sounds than the voice, sound loudly, psalmos d' alalazei A.Fr.57 ;
kumbalon alalazon 1 Ep.Cor.13.1
Mk 5:40 And they laughed him to scorn. But when he had put them all out, he taketh the father and the mother of the damsel, and them that were with him, and entereth in where the damsel was lying.
JESUS CAST THEM OUT LIKE DUNG.
Ekballo (g1544) ek-bal'-lo; from 1537 and 906; to eject (lit. or fig.): -
bring forth, cast (forth, out),
drive (out), expel, leave, pluck (pull, take, thrust) out, put forth (out), send away (forth, out).
Ballo (g906) bal'-lo; a prim. verb; to throw (in various applications,
more or less violent or intense: -
arise, cast (out), * dung, lay, lie, pour, put (up), send, strike, throw (down),
thrust. Comp. 4496.
koprion , to, = kopros,
2. generally, dirt, filth, BGU1115.50 (i B. C.); esp.
in Magic, dirt taken from spot where a corpse has lain,
I. dung, ordure, manure, Hom., Hdt., etc.
II. a farm-yard, home-stead, Hom.
And that's all I'm going to say about that. In Revelation 18 they are called SORCERERS doomed for the Lake of Fire which was prepared for the wind, string and percussion people by Christ in Isaiah 30