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Yahushua: The Only Way to the Father


Cloud and the park

Cloud and the park

Based on historical facts, no Jesus name ever existed, when the messiah was here in earth. Hence, despite it is written in the bible and strong delusions of professing biblical scholars, the rejection of Jesus Christ name as the only way to the Father is justified, because, spiritually, the Jesus Christ entity is virtually impossible to have existed, when the messiah was here on earth. What is then the name of the right way to the eternal Father? The applicable verses in this case is John 14:6-7, stating that:

6 Yahushua (Jesus) said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. If you had known me, you would have known my Father also.[a] From now on you do know him and have seen him.”(John 14:6-7, ESV Revised)

in relation to Zechariah 6:11-12, stating that:

11Then take some silver and gold to make a crown and set it on the head of Yahushua (Joshua) son of Jehozadak, the high priest. 12 Then say to him, ‘The Lord who rules over all says, “Look – here is the man whose name is Branch, who will sprout up from his place and build the temple of the Lord.(Zechariah 6:11-12, NET bible Revised)

Before discussing the “The Only Way to the Father“, let’s review the “What’s in a Jewish or Greek-Roman Name” sub-article, which is the first sequel of the (more…)

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Shocking truth about ‘Jesus Christ’ name


Lion hearted

What’s in a Jewish or Greek-Roman name? This topic is intimately related to the issue on the falsehood of the name Jesus Christ. This is critically important, as many are being led to worship the name Jesus Christ. Preachers would even shout, declaring him worthy of praise, worship and obedience.

Is there really power in his name? Or, basing on truth, not on doctrinal coercion or delusion, myth, fiction or imagination, is it logical, at all, to praise and worship a created, evolving and fictitious name?

Conflicts and controversies may arise from the issue, but truth seekers and fiction lovers are just invited to freely and academically test the validity or spirit of argument, just to see for themselves the truth, for, perhaps, many will find the counter-arguments, not acceptable, but  in the end, it’s not pride and deception, but only truth and being saved that have to matter.

Today, many people from different races, religious backgrounds (more…)

What is the greatest lie on earth?


Church

Church of sin

If there is a greatest sin on earth, there could also be a greatest lie on earth. What do you think, is it? Just to give you the ten (10) clues, they are as follows:

First-it is being worshipped and/or served as God.

Second-it exists in Roman Catholicism, Greek Orthodox Church and Christianity, in general.

Third-it is traditional, meaning, it passed through generations and people receive it as truth, despite the fact that if discovered to be totally falsehood, the one who discovers may erupt like Mayon Volcano, which is presently erupting, or release the developing internal pressure, as he and his family, parents, relatives and neighbors were victimized by domestic and foreign liars and deceivers, who are, most probably, not aware that they are lying and deceiving others, thereby making them pathological liars.

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Catholics and Christians are profaning the name and law of the heavenly Father


Meeting

Meeting of the Publisher with the DOH Secretary

Due to influence of Greeks and Romans, Roman Catholics and Christians, worldwide, had been profaning the heavenly Father and putting His name in vain? And they did them despite of a warning that nobody, either Israelite or pagan, will be held guiltless if he or she will take His name in vain?

Well, this is a challenge to all thinking people. But most probably, some Roman Catholics and Christians will not even dare thinking to drive at a valid conclusion but would only invoke faith in false teachers as a big reason to drive at a conclusion.

For reference, Exodus 20:7 states: “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain. (KJV)

Also, quoted below is Ezekiel 22:26, stating that: (more…)

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