False Christianity

by Lujack Skylark
(St. Louis)

False Christianity arises when Christians don't read their bibles and follow false teachers. How do we find the false Christians?

God said, "I will take you (Jews)from the heathen nations and will bring you into your own land." (Ezekiel 36:24)

May 14,1948 this prophecy was fulfilled. Those Christians whom hate Israel are following false teachings.

Some Christians believe in Replacement Theology, in which God has abandoned his promise to the Israelis. These are the Christians whom fail to see the importance of May 14, 1948 in Bible prophecy. There are some Christians whom even side with the terrorists.

God said,"He will bless those who bless Israel and curse those who curse Israel" (Genesis 12:2-3)God said he would make Israel a great nation.

Those Christians whom believe Israel should not be a Jewish nation are mostly anti-Semitic Christians.

All nations will one day come against Jerusalem before the Lord returns. (Zechariah 14:2-9) This action, by all nations, is what brings about the plagues in the book of Revelation in the first place.

Right now there are few nations in the United Nations which support Israel. Its important Americans elect a pro-Israel candidate in November 2012 or America will further decline.

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Feb 12, 2012
The Hebrews
by: Anonymous

The Hebrews can't be represented by Americans, Brazil and the Carribean. The Americas are not in Bible prophecy.

Its Russia and her allies in the Middle-East whom are represented in the words of Ezekiel the Jewish prophet. They perish on the mountains of Israel. (Ezekiel 38:15 & Ezekiel 39:4)

Ezekiel speaks about one nation only. Not nations in the Americas. Ezekiel speaks about Israel, the Jewish nation in the Middle-East.

Feb 06, 2012
True Christianity
by: Anonymous

True Christians know God has given Israel to the Jewish people. (Genesis 12:2 & Ezekiel 36:24)

Israel represents one nation reborn on May 14, 1948.

The Israelis represent all colors of people, from black Ethiopians to white Europeans.

Feb 01, 2012
Not False Christianity
by: Anonymous

Yes, God did say he would gather his people and bring them back. But the people who gather there today are not the Hebrews He scatterd among many nastions. Those Hebrews are right here in America, Brazil, and in the Carribean.

Read Deuteronomy 28:36 and also Deut 28: 68:

And the LORD shall bring thee into Egypt (Bondage) again with ships, by the way whereof I spake unto thee, Thou shalt see it no more again: and there ye shall be sold unto your enemies for bondmen and bondwomen, and no man shall buy you.

"Uncovering The Real Hebrew Israelite History"

Jan 31, 2012
False Christianity
by: Robert Marshall

God said to Abraham, I will make you a father of many nations. Not only the Jews. Paul said who is the real Jew. The real Jew is the one who is circumcized in the heart, not the flesh.

In otherwords when God raises a spiritually dead person to eternal life, God gives that person a new heart which is spiritual. God said the flesh profits nothing. The old testament was a picture of what man would do with the law. He failed miserably.

The lambs book of Life is a last will and testament. All the people who are written in it will have eternal life. God chooses, not man. rev. ch. 13 vs 8, rev ch. 17 vs 8. and rev ch. 20 vs 14 and 15. God is showing man that he can't do anything on his own. Jesus said without Me you can do nothing.

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