Headline: God’s Greatest Gift To Mankind

Headline“The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge.Proverbs 18:15

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Jesus Christ’s beating, death, and resurrection were foretold centuries before they occurred.

“I gave my back to those who beat me, and my cheeks to them that plucked out the beard: I hid not my face from shame and spitting.” Isaiah 50:6

“When they look on me, on him whom they have pierced, they shall mourn…” Zechariah 12:10

“But He was pierced through for our transgressions, He was crushed for our iniquities; the chastening for our well-being fell upon Him, and by His scourging we are healed. All of us like sheep have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way; but the LORD has caused the iniquity of us all to fall on Him.” Isaiah 53:5,6

“For you will not leave my soul to the grave; neither will you allow your Holy One to see decay.” Psalm 16:10

JESUS DIED AND ROSE FROM THE GRAVE TO GIFT YOU ETERNAL LIFE!

“The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 6:23

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Passion Week: Truth and Fiction

From our CHURCH REFORM series.

We celebrate Passion Week on Good Friday and Easter Sunday, but Jesus did not die on a Friday and nor did He rise from the dead on a Sunday.

When did the crucifixion and resurrection actually occur? And what’s the deal with Easter Eggs?

Continue reading here.


The Meaning of the Word Easter

From our WISDOM FOR TODAY series.

The enemies of Christ force themselves to believe that the word Easter is of Babylonian pagan origin and that it refers to the worship of the sun.

Nothing could be further from the truth, especially when one takes into account that the word pagan was created by Christians to refer to heathen superstitions.

How Easter, which celebrates Christ’s resurrection, can be deemed pagan is not only ludicrous but downright intellectually brutish.

First, the word Easter is of Saxon origin not Babylonian, and of the same meaning with its German cognate Ostern.

“Because the English Anglo/Saxon language originally derived from the Germanic, there are many similarities between German and English. Many English writers have referred to the German language as the ‘Mother Tongue!’ The English word Easter is of German/Saxon origin and not Babylonian as Alexander Hislop falsely claimed. The German equivalent is Oster. Oster (Ostern being the modern day equivalent) is related to Ost which means the rising of the sun, or simply in English, east. Oster comes from the old Teutonic form of auferstehen / auferstehung, which means resurrection, which in the older Teutonic form comes from two words, Ester meaning first, and stehen meaning to stand. These two words combine to form erstehen which is an old German form of auferstehen, the modern day German word for resurrection,” explains author Nick Sayers.

Second, if Easter were of pagan origin and really meant the worship of the sun, like the enemies of Christ believe, it would universally be known all around the world by the same supposedly “pagan” name.

For instance, in French Easter is called Pâques and in Spanish Pascua, both derived from the Greek Pascah meaning Passover. And Passover was the time when the resurrection took place.

Third, if Easter is really about worshiping the sun, how come Christians don’t worship the sun? That’s because it’s not and we don’t. The stupidity of the satanic enemies of Jesus who constantly attack our Christian faith knows no bounds. We Christians don’t worship the sun, we worship the Son.

Maybe they should focus on improving their spelling skills instead, because twisting Easter to mean sun worship is a pitiful and ridiculous ploy.

To these satanic creatures, we say: “My God beat your god, deal with it.”

And leave Passion Week’s Easter alone.

“…that He was buried, and that He was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures, and that He appeared to Cephas (Peter), then to the twelve. After that He appeared to more than five hundred brethren at one time…” 1 Corinthians 15:4-6

See also When Prophecies Echo.


Easter, the Church, and the Jews

From our WISDOM FOR TODAY series.

Every year during Passion Week, many preachers invite in their churches the modern Pharisees (otherwise known as Jews) in order to help Christians in their congregations understand Passover.

Seriously?

Not only is the word Jew NOT in the non-translated bible – see How the Ashkenazi Jews conquered the West – but here’s also what these preachers don’t understand about the Jews:

1. they are NOT the Israelites of the Bible;

2. they DO NOT celebrate Passover like the Hebrews of the Bible, since they DO NOT slaughter a lamb like Jesus did;

3. they do not adhere to the Bible but to the Talmud, a book full of Babylonian superstitions and lies;

4. their religion is Pharisaism disguised as Judaism.

So why are these Pharisees helping Christians grasp the meaning of Passover?

Both groups are suffering from The Chosen People Syndrome.


A Brief History of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah

From our CHURCH REFORM series.

Get a better understanding of where the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ actually took place. You’ll be surprised of what you’ve been missing.

Continue reading here.


Predestination and Free Will

From our CHURCH REFORM series.

Do you believe that Christ’s sacrifice on the cross is reserved only for a selected and predestined few? Do you also believe that man has no free will when it comes to his salvation?

Continue reading here.

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