Jesus is not God. Jesus, more accurately known as Y’hoshua, is a son or child of God, one of many. Most “Christian” religions teach that Jesus and God are one and the same. Jesus himself said otherwise. Where?
“…Why call you me good? there is none good but one, that is, God…” Matthew 19:17
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Halloween and the Days of the Dead
Halloween (“Holy Eve”), All Soul’s Day, All Saint’s Day and the Day of the Dead will be here shortly. But what are the roots of these special Days of the Dead? When we trace them all the way back to their origin, we find they came from ancient Egypt when the people were caused to worship and make sacrifices to their dead Pharaoh. The name translated ‘Egypt’ in the Bible is actually ‘Mitzraim’ which was one of the sons of Noah’s son, Ham. The name means “oppression.”
The Evolution of Halloween and the Day of the Dead – Exposing the Roots
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“If God is for us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31
The “Valley of Achor”
“There is an accursed thing in the midst of you… You will not be able to stand against your enemies until you take away that accursed thing that is in your midst.” Joshua 7:11-13
What could He be talking about?
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“Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision: for the Day of the LORD is here in the valley of decision.” Joel 3:14
“Now therefore reverence the LORD, and serve Him in sincerity and in truth: and put away the gods which your fathers served on the other side of the flood, and in Egypt; and you serve the LORD. And if it seem evil to you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom you will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD. And the people answered and said, God forbid that we should forsake the LORD, to serve other gods; For the LORD our God, He it is that brought us up and our fathers out of the land of Egypt, from the house of bondage, and which did those great signs in our sight, and preserved us in all the way wherein we went, and among all the people through whom we passed: And the LORD drove out from before us all the people, even the Amorites which dwelt in the land: therefore we will also serve the LORD; for He is our God.” Joshua 24:14-18 Continue reading “The Valley of Decision”
Did you know that Y’hoshua said he had not come but for the lost Sheep of the House of Israel? And when he commissioned his apostles, he commanded them not to go in the way of the heathen but rather to the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel. (Look this up! Matt 15:24, 10:5-6) How can a people brought up with so-called religious training not know this? This is a major breach in ‘religious’ education! Although Scripture is mistakenly associated with religion, which is defined as ‘superstition.’ God’s Word is certainly against superstition!
In Isaiah 3:12 he says, “…they which lead you cause you to err, and destroy the way of your paths.” This is something very important that people need to take to heart and understand. Consider they are the “Ministers of Darkness” and haven’t any knowledge in themselves. Continue reading “Who is Israel? A Case of Stolen Identity!”
Many people think that Jesus is coming back to save them, and they make prayers to “Jesus” daily. It might come as a surprise to these people that Jesus wouldn’t even know “Jesus.” If he were to return in the flesh, he would not even respond to the name “Jesus.” His name was, in fact, Y’hoshua, pronounced Ya-ho’-shua, and the changing of his name to Jesus was a very unrighteous act.
Some might respond to this fact by saying that he is called Jesus merely because of transliteration from Greek to English. However, this type of argument is in complete error. The Greek name, Iesous, or Jesus, was assigned to Y’hoshua by those who translated the New Testament into Greek. The words of Y’hoshua and the Apostles were originally spoken and written in Aramaic, a language much more similar to Hebrew than Greek. In his day, Jesus Christ would have been referred to as Y’hoshua HaMashiyach (meaning simply “Y’hoshua the Messiah/Anointed”) rather than Iesous Christos, as the Greeks would have him called. So, why “Jesus” then? The answer lies in Greek mythology… Continue reading “Jesus wouldn’t know “Jesus”!”