0 - Introduction Peace message to terrorists:
God's Law and the Christian Churches "from various congregations, Judaism, Christianity,
0:1 - Are we permitted to choose the peaceful commandments of God without the violent ones?
0:2 - Salvation and the meaning of the word "saved":
1 - Are the ten commandments "ten" or "twelve"?
1:1 - Salvation is heavenly status, not on earth. The new Covenant with God's people is when God creates new heaven and new earth only.
1:2 - Jesus' = (Yeshua) word on the cross, "it is finished" doesn't abolish God's Law "Torah"
1:3 - Worldwide churches must return to god's Law and must stop teaching heresies:
The protestant churches are giving eternal salvations to their congregations without God & Jesus' authorizations and while these worshippers still living on earth. "Is it true"?
The Protestant churches permit "saved" people to abound in sin because they believe once saved is always saved; they can't lose salvation if abound in sin: "Is it true"?
1:3a - Did Jesus say: "these two commandments "hang" God's Law and the prophets" or ďthe Law and the prophets "depend" on these two commandments"? Paul and the Church
1:4 - The New Testaments is the wrong name for Jesus' = (Yeshua) gospel
1:5 - God creates New heaven and new earth
1:6 - Saved, the meaning of the word "Saved" in Christianity, the protestant church insures your salvation before your sprit reaches heaven and before facing God for judgment. The Catholic Church insures salvation to the dead through prayers before they face God's judgment.
1:7 - The bible indicates: God sent His son Jesus = (Yeshua) to this planet earth to save the world
2 - Salvation and saved people
3 - Paul's heresies and the Church of God
4 - Saved status while you still under temptation on this planet earth is heresy
5 - Saved people shouldn't transgress, What is the difference between saved people on earth and those that are saved in heaven?
6 - Sinners or "SAVED people" that abound in sin shall go to hell, and the righteous through God's Law that endure to the end shall be saved
The temple of God was opened in heaven: and the ark of His testament was seen in His temple, and there were lightning, and voices, and an earthquake, and great hail, Revelation 11:19.
Jesus = (Yeshua) said to her: I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me, although he be dead, shall live: And every one that liveth, and believeth in me, shall not die for ever. Believest thou this, John 11:25 to 26. The word "never die" means you will not go to hell, which is the second death, = "spiritually dead". To believe in Jesus you have to believe in his word, and his word is to obey God's Law, not Paul's, Matthew 5: 17 to 19.
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0 - Introduction
Peace message to the terrorists:
Watch local videos:
Bridges of Love, "English version", "LOVE"
Ask God; prayer "Arabic version", "Asked God"
Oh my God, prayer "Arabic version"; "My God"
God always care, try not to cry mom, it is beautiful up there "English version"; "This is beautiful"
Jesus died to redeem us through our repentances; "English version"; "Jesus' death"
Jesus is the way Watch local video
Jesus on the cross and his resurrection Watch local video
You may log to its source also. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9x-2HZWneR8
Jesus = (Yeshua) says: [Love, bless, and pray for your enemies. For God makes his sun rises on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust, Matthew 5:38 to 46.]
Are we saved through Jesus' death? Jesus = (Yeshua) came to this world to save people; for whom that want to be saved in God's kingdom. Jesus = (Yeshua) can't save people that still under temptation, or those that are flourishing in sin. We are under temptation till our spirits leave this perishable body, it means till our flesh body dies. Jesus' = (Yeshua) death on the cross is God's grace that shall be applicable to our deeds at the judgment's day after resurrection.
Jesus was tempted by the devil, you are not better than Jesus to eliminate God's temptation.
Do we have to repent to achieve forgiveness and salvation? Do we obtain eternal salvation after been forgiven through repentance? What will happen if we transgress after obtaining forgiveness, do we have to pray and ask God or Jesus for other forgiveness to obtain salvation? Do we lose our salvation if we transgressed after been saved? Eternal security is a description for people that already in God's kingdom. We can't obtain eternal salvation while we still under temptation on this planet earth. The son of God Jesus that was born without sin was tempted by the devil. Are you superior to Jesus?
[If saved people really exist on this planet earth,] sinner, repented person, or saved person that abounds in sin shall lose salvation. However, the protestant churches teach it differently, they permit saved people to abound in sin.It is wrong because repented person could fall again in much inferior.
Jesus said:43 And when an unclean spirit is gone out of a man he walks through dry places seeking rest, and finds none. 44 Then he said I will return into my house from whence I came out. And coming he finds it empty, swept, and garnished. 45 Then he goes, and takes with him seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there: and the last state of that man in made worse than the first. So shall it be also to this wicked generation, Matthew 12:43 to 45.
The person that returns to hi/her sins after has been obtained forgiveness throw repentance is like a dog return to his vomit and like a pig that was washed return to wallow in the mire. Read the following passage:
For, that of the true proverb has happened to them:The dog is returned to his vomit: and, The sow [pig] that was washed, returned to wallow in the mire, Second Peter 2:20 to 22.
Peter said:20 For those that been saved from the pollutions of the world, through the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus = (Yeshua) Christ = (Mashiach) = (Messiah), they entangled again, and their latter state become worse than the beginning. 21 For it had been better for them not to have known the way of justice, than after they have known it, to turn back from that holy commandment which was delivered to them. 22 For, that of the true proverb has happened to them: The dog is returned to his vomit: and, The sow [pig] that was washed, returned to wallow in the mire, Second Peter 2:20 to 22.
The passage in Second Peter 2:21, identifies repented "saved" people that backslid and turned back from the Holy Commandments of God could lose salvation. However, the protestant church turned its backs from the Holy Commandments of God. The protestant church followed Paul's heretic teaching, which allow them to abolish God's perpetual Law including the Ten Commandments.
Jesus died for your Salvation through your repentance because he loves you.
We are saved through Jesus' death on the cross and through our obedience to God's Law. We can't be saved while we still under temptation on this planet earth. We shall be called saved when we reach God's kingdom in heaven because we still under temptation.
Jesus = (Yeshua) says: [I Jesus came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance, Matthew 9:13.]
WE "SHALL" BE SAVED THROUGH JESUS' DEATH AND THROUGH OUR OBEDIENCE TO GOD'S LAW.
WE CAN'T BE SAVED WHILE WE STILL UNDER TEMPTATION ON THIS PLANET EARTH. Salvation is a description status of people that already saved in heaven.
God's Law and the Christian Churches "from various congregations, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam"
Paul said: Jesus abolished God's Law and the Ten Commandments through his death on the cross. If Jesus really did it, it means Jesus lied to us when he commanded us to obey God's Law and his Commandments in Matthew 5:18. Jesus didn't lie, Paul did.
We don't obey any violent commandments, whether they are in the Torah " or in the koran = (quran)" because God commands us to be peaceful. God's commandments commands no to kill. Moreover, we are contradicting Paul's teachings through his epistles because he abolished the entire Law of God.
The difference between us and Paul is that we are obeying God's peaceful commandments, which is perfect. However, Paul denied God's Law fully including the Ten commandments, Ephesians 2:13 to 15.
Paul did abolish God's Law including the ten Commandments that are in the Torah and gave permission to the people to flourish in sin because they are saved. According to Paul's heretic epistles, the churches are saved even through transgressions. They believe that once the person is saved, he or she will never lose salvation even in transgressions.
Let compare Jesus' word with Paul's, Jesus said:
[if you want to enter into life obey the Commandments, Matthew 19: 17.]
[17 Do not think that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets. I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. 18 I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen; by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. 19 He therefore that shall break one of these least commandments, and shall so teach men, shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven. But he that shall do and teach, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven. 20 For I tell you, that unless your justice abound more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven, Matthew 5:17 to 20.]
"Definitely, Paul is a false apostle"
Paul said: The Ten Commandments are vanished because of its weakness and unprofitable-ness therefore, for the law made nothing perfect. For the law brought nothing to perfection, but a bringing in of a better hope, by which we draw nigh to God, Hebrews 7:18 to 19.
Paul said: God's covenant has faults and therefore, it requires another covenant, Hebrews 8:7.
Paul said: For if that former had been faultless, there should not indeed a place have been sought for a second, Hebrews 8:7. [in different transitions]
Paul said: God's Law decays and grows old, is near its end, Hebrews 8:13.
Paul said: God's Law is old and ready to vanish away, Hebrews 8:13. [in different transitions]
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0:1 - Are we permitted to choose the peaceful commandments of God without the violent ones?
I must elucidate that Moses' God didn't issue any violent commandment in the Torah.
According to Godís Commandment, killing people is prohibited. If this so, who inserted these violent passages?
There are many books that contain violent as the the Koran = (quran), who wrote the quran & who inserted the violent passages? Any book or any doctrine that contain violent commandments, those violent commandments are not of God the creator.
Jesus' gospel is peaceful and it doesnít contain any commandments to kill people.
How God judges his people? It is God's Work, not ours.
It is not the Muslims' duty or the Jews' duty to judge and to kill sinners. God is capable to judge, he doesn't need his creations' helps. You can't even help yourself, how can you help God.
Well, we are obeying God's peaceful commandments. We are not sorting passages from the bible that correspond to our lifestyle; we are obeying God's Word that commands us to be righteous and peaceful.
We don't obey violent commandments. The Torah and the Koran = (quran) command individuals to kill people. Moreover, in the same books, we find peaceful passages also. So, some pages are peaceful and some are violent. Something is wrong.