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In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. George Orwell.

Foreword to the Assay below:
The Bible is not some complicated book that only special (God-selected) people can understand, like the rogue ministers like you to believe. The Bible is a very simple book  - only the old English versions are somewhat difficult to understand: but today there are many modern translations for us to read.
In order to mislead the people, the rogue churches will claim that only those so-called, holy ministers can read the bible: but if that's true then the Bible is very likely wrongly interpreted anyway, for these rogues are no Christians but business man and woman with a grand earner in their shack!  As long as they can keep you from reading the book seriously they can fool you anyway they like. 

And I can tell you that, if only the called and chosen holy can understand the Bible: then I am one heck of a Called, Holy Chosen whom you must listen to. The Bible demonstrates the meaning of every relevant quote very clearly indeed (the things every believer must understand in order to achieve salvation).
To save you the hassle reading all the crap: I have done it for you and I explain the whole story in my assay below. 

In short: the Old Testament version of the book has gone (save the sections of the Thora which still have to be followed by the Jews).  The New Testament version is what everyone must follow in order to achieve salvation, for everyone must become Christian, Jews and Gentiles alike   - and this stands unto the end of the earth, says God.


Virtually everyone in the world has heard about that book called ‘The Bible‘; which supposedly is a written account, produced by several people, and chronologically compiled, over several thousand years, about a supernatural being whom, supposedly, is the creator of heaven and of earth and, supposedly, has the power to torment, destroy or preserve menkind, as he deems fit.
    In the first book of this compilation, this entity, whom is referred to as ‘God’, is revealed to us as the creator of the earth, beast and men. 
    In the same book we can also read how this entity creates a garden he names ‘The Garden of Eden’, then reveals himself to a man named ‘Adam‘: according to the writer, the first human this God created, from clay, placing him in  this ‘Garden of Eden‘, to keep it. 
    This God then forbids Adam to eat from, or even touch, a tree which is positioned in the centre of ‘The Garden of Eden’, which he called ’The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil’;  for if he would eat from it, he would surely die.
    From, and for Adam, this God then proceeds to create a female, using a rib from his first creation, Adam. We are then told that Adam, having named all the animals created by God, named this creature ‘Wo-man’, for, said he, she was taken from Man. And he then named her, now his wife, Eve.


One  day, as Adam and Eve walk through the Garden of Eden, a  speaking snake persuades Eve  to eat from the forbidden tree; for, said the snake, God was deceiving her and she would be like God, if she ate from the tree, knowing good and evil.  Eve eats from the tree and gives also Adam to eat, and he eats also. Now their eyes are opened; they become aware of their nakedness, and feel shame. So from vegetation they make clothing and get dressed.
    As they then walk in the garden, God calls upon them and demands an  explanation for what they have done, and they answer. God then curses the snake that it from hence forth must crawl over the earth.  The punishment of Eve is that her suffering shall increase greatly and that she shall give birth to her children in sorrow and that she shall be servant to her husband and that he shall rule over her.  The penalty of Adam is that the ground shall be cursed because of his transgression, and that in sorrow he shall eat thereof, all the days of his life.  Do note that the penalties the snake, Adam and Eve here received are carried forth unto all snakes and humans unto this day and beyond.

This God, according to the writers, now having revealed himself as ‘Almighty’ to men and beast, proceeds to reveal himself to humans through the calling and charging of chosen man, woman, and even an entire nation (the Jews), a small nation enslaved by the Egyptians. We read that those that follow him, his instructions and commandments they call ‘saints’ and his personal messengers they called ‘prophets’.  According to the writers, this God vocally spoke to his chosen prophets, though they could not see him; the prophet then told the Jewish people what this God had told them to tell them. 
     We are told story after story, written by the Hebrews, as this God leads them to what he calls ’The Promised Land’ which is the land we today know as Israel. Throughout this journey they are given more and more laws by this God and, to further affirm his authority as ‘supreme commander‘, not only to the present but also to coming generations. This God also gives to one of his prophets (Moses) ten commandments which first his people (the Jews) and later the whole world must obey: and if they do not they receive earthly punishment and eternal damnation. 

We read how the Jewish people follow this God they claim to be above all other Gods, visible or invisible. In fact, they claim this God to be the only God and all other Gods fictional and deceptive.
    The writers write how, on their own request, this God appoints kings to govern the Jews, which he calls ‘His People’, his chosen nation.  He also appoints a heritable line of priests, from the family of Aaron, to perform his ceremonies, such as sacrifices and the anointing of a king with oil, which is poured over the kings head, and only then is he King of Israel. 
     We read how one king (Solomon) was granted the privilege to ask for anything he desired and it would be granted by this God.  Solomon asked for ‘Wisdom’ and received that from this God; and hence he supposedly became the wisest man in the world.  Then we read that this Solomon also breached commandments of this God and received punishment.
     They tell the story of a man stronger than a whole army, (Samson) fighting hundreds of man alone and defeating them every time, until he is betrayed by a woman with whom he commits fornication. She discovers the secret of his strength and destroys it.  This man is now taken through severe suffering by his God; but regains strength and destroys an entire palace, taking many lives, including his own , by removing weight-holding pillars with his bare hands. 
     Another of their stories is the story of Job, according to this God, the only man without sin ever to have lived (sin being that which this God forbids). This man, obeying his every law, was laid bare before the devil to do with as he pleased, and so did Satan made him very ill, destroyed his herds, caused his friends to ridicule him as he yet followed this God and moved not, until this God restored him in greater glory.

The writers tell us how the Jews followed their God, and how those Jews that did not follow were punished.  They sinned, served and suffered as they followed their leaders to the land of Israel (The Promised Land).  They produced written records of what they claim to have occurred and they wrote songs and prayers.  These records are now bound in a book they know as the ‘Hebrew Bible‘, the first five books of which are known as ‘The Thora‘ (the law); and all these books, with added historic books, not included by the Hebrews but by the Christians, and  the ‘New Testament’, are known as ‘The Christian Bible‘.

We read how the prophets of  Israel predict many things to the Jews and how all are killed in Jerusalem.  We read how one such a prophets begs this God for mercy to make him die rather than to continue with his calling and how his wish is mercifully grated by this God.
     We read how Isaiah, in both Judaism and Christianity, regarded as the greatest prophet this God has ever called to mediate between him and men, tells the Hebrews about the coming of a Messiah (a saviour) whom shall be off-spring from one of the past kings of Israel  - King David.  He also reveals this man’s name as the name ‘Joshua’ (Jesus) and tells of a man that shall come before this Jesus, referring to this man as ’One crying in de wilderness’, he also gives to the people another few signs in an attempt to reveal to future generations, without doubt, the man whom they claim was born in Bethlehem and appeared in Nazareth as Jesus, as the one this Isaiah prophesised, the Messiah.

Jesus, The Messiah (the saviour), The Christ (the anointed one), Christ

This God, having passed many laws to the Hebrews in the Old (The First) Testament, now selects a virgin from amongst them to bring his son (Jesus) upon the earth; according to this God, only so that he could reveal to the people ‘The New Testament‘, suffer, then die for the sins of not only his chosen people, the Hebrews, but for the sins of all mankind; because the testament this Jesus revealed, was not only for the Hebrews, but for all the nations.
     One now considers how somebody can die for another’s sins (sin being what this God defines it to be)?  Reading the accounts given, one can only conclude that if the people of the earth did not transgress as they did this Jesus would never had to come with a new testament and would never have to die because of it; so this God reveals that this man died for that which he defines as ‘our sins‘.

We read how this baby Jesus was born and was saved from the Romans, whom were seeking to kill him, killing many newborn babies in this attempt. 
     The story reads that a man prophesied to come before this Jesus cried aloud through the dessert, calling the people to Repent and Baptise in the name of Jesus Christ: this meaning they should believe in Christ, feel sorrow for their  sins, then be immersed by one of his followers in water.  Then we read how Jesus himself came to this man named John, known as ‘John the Baptist’ and was baptized by him.

After his baptism, Jesus begins to preach his Gospel, declaring it 'The New Testament', containing a new doctrine and a new law which, according to his God, replaces the ‘Old Testament’, doing away with many of the old laws given to the Jews to observe and much of the old doctrine.
     According to all the records known to have been written, he initially selects twelve man whom they call his ‘Disciples’ and later ‘Apostles’ and they call him Rabbi (Teacher) and all that follow them they referred to as “Saints” and later also as “Christians“. 
     As he teaches, this Jesus speaks much in parables and proverbs; he confirms that the Ten Commandments given in the Old Testament still ought to be observed but that the Sabbath day of rest no longer needs not be observed by men, where this is not desired as, he states, “The Sabbath was made for men and not men for the Sabbath”. 
     He also ads two commandments to the ten commandments given to Moses upon Mount Sinai,
Thus making the commandments to be followed by his followers not ten but 12 commandments.
     His doctrine discards of the priesthood and, moreover, next to the new doctrine he also gives new sacraments to be observed by all that follow him (and not only by the now absolved priest of Israel): the sacrament of ‘Breaking of bread’ also called Communion or Eucharist, and that of ‘Repentance and Baptism‘. 
     Later, nearing his crucifixion, he also selects forty random people to preach his Gospel to all that would hear and promised the people that followed him that they would receive all that they, asked him for and believed they received. He promised them everlasting life in heaven, and stated that they shall be priest of his God after heir resurrection into heaven. 

The Jewish priest of the temple and many of the people were infuriated and plotted with the Romans to kill him. So this Jesus travelled and preached his Gospel to his disciples and to many of the people they moved among on their journey.
     The Gospel this Jesus thought was a new doctrine; teaching that his followers must love their neighbours and their enemies, be forgiving, and that they must not judge others on transgression of the commandments   - the latter as a group new Christians were about to stone Mary Magdalene for fornication.

Dwelling among thieves, harlots, fornicators and all manner of sinners, preaching his Gospel, this man was mistaken for several dead and living persons: Elias  - a prophet; one of the dead Saints; and John the Baptist.   He used the self reference: The Son of Men (from God and a human); and his disciples used the name first mentioned by the old testament prophet, Isaiah -The Anointed One : Christ (the anointed one), Messiah (the saviour), Rabbi (religious scholar).
       During  his journey this man, is said to have cured the ill instantly, divided five loafs of bread between five thousand people and called a dead man back to life in front of many witnesses. 

Much of the doctrine of this Jesus was lectured in fairly plain language, but in parts of his lectures he used proverbs or sayings. And though his disciples plead with him to use plain language, he did not heed them but continued using clouded lines to pass on his message.  For example, we read: “whoever believes in me shall never die“. But yet we are given a range of commandments, by the pain of exclusion from his protection on earth and eternal death, meaning the second death, as this God calls it (death of the spirit through burning in ever-lasting fire); for not following these commandments he also regards a sin. Moreover, he tells the Christians that to transgress against one of these commandments is to transgress against all of these commandments. 
      By now the reader will also chew over the meaning of “Believe in me” in this context;  but one can only conclude that it does not mean to say that one only has to believe that this God exists to receive that which he is promising his followers, but also follow his doctrine and commandments.
     Amid a sea of proverbs and parables from his own mouth, this Jesus, through an Apostle, also quotes: “They that lay with mankind (homophiles) shall not inherit the kingdom of heaven”, and his followers decided that it was logic that if this is true for mankind it is also true for womankind: meaning that gays and lesbians engaging in gay-sex shall not inherit the kingdom of heaven.
Note that Jesus told the Apostles that he shall spiritually inspire them what to say and write, so that the bible could be produced.  

Jesus, knowing when and where he was to die, mentioned this to his disciples, much to their regret. They vowed to defend him, but he eased them assuring them that he must die. We also read how Jesus pleads with God  to, if at all possible, spare him this faith.
    Soon after this we read how Jesus and his Apostles sit at supper   - this is called  'The Last Supper' by the Christians.   Before the supper begins, Jesus addresses the Apostles and tells them that, in memory of him, they should do the following:  break a piece of bread and drink a sip of wine, for the wine is his blood shed for them and the bread is his body in The New Testament'. 
     In the book of Acts we read how the Christians follow this command in their houses before they started to eat supper.

We read how this Jesus is chased by the Romans and betrayed by one of his disciples, Judas.  He is taken to Jerusalem and crucified by the Romans. 
     At either side of Jesus were also crucified a murderer and a thief, they admitted that they believed he was the son of God and that he was innocent but that they were guilty and deserved the punishment.  He pardons them and guarantees them that they shall be in heaven with him that very evening. 
     We read how in the ninth hour Jesus screams out " My God, my God, why have you forsaken me!?".  Then he screams once more and dies. Simultaneously an earthquake occurs, the temple wall splits in two and the dead Saints arise from their graves and walk among the people.  Those who executed him behold all these things and are overcome by fear, one of them now verbally admitting that this truly was the son of God.

We next read of the turmoil that follows and how Jesus resurrects from the dead and first appears to Mary Magdalene, one of his disciples.  We must believe that is body has vanished from the grave where it was protected by a guard and a huge stone, so heavy it could only be moved by the combined strength of several man.

After his miraculous resurrection Jesus then appears and delivers to his Apostles the baptism with fire, which he promised them.  The twelve are there baptized with flames of fire, receive the holy ghost and now suddenly speak the languages of all the nations 'Speaking in Tongues', Christ called this.   After this the Apostles had the power to pass on the Holy Ghost by laying their hands on the people whom were baptized with the baptism of John  - the Apostles called it the baptism of repentance.

My Conclusion

Having read this whole book called 'The New Testament / The Gospel' one can only conclude the following: 

1) to be a Christian is to follow Jesus Christ as a repented, baptized person: a ‘Christian‘.

2) one whom believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God, but does not follow him as a repented and baptized person, is a believer.

3) one who does not believe that Jesus was The Messiah i.e. the Son of God, can not be baptized: for save one believes all and everything about Jesus, and what he taught to be the truth, they cannot repent: and Jesus says that the lukewarm shall not enter heaven.

a) the entity which those who believe proclaim by the name of God, commands that all people follow the doctrine of his son, Jesus, whom was/is the embodiment of him: God. And those who refuse to do so are condemned to everlasting fire upon the burning earth after the second resurrection, which is the resurrection of the unbelievers. 
     According to this man, Jesus, the dead shall arise from their graves and live again. They shall hear their judgement: and after this they either live forever in heaven as 'priest of God' or burn in the everlasting fire which shall consume the earth.

b) the followers of Jesus (Christians) must very seriously live by the 12 commandments and the doctrine of Christ or else they are condemned.
JAM 2: 10 
For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.

c) believers must repent, then baptize in the name of Jesus Christ in order to be re-born and become a ‘Christian‘. Now they receive a better live on earth and evelasting live in heaven.

d) once believers have baptized they are Holy, for once they are born again of water, they are ready to receive the Holy Spirit also, and it shall be sent as they have prayed for it.
ACT 26: 18   To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified (made holy)  by faith that is in me.

e) Christians of today, unlike those whom back then received the holy ghost through the hands from the Apostles, or from one whom received the holy ghost from an Apostle, must pray for the holy ghost, their master, Jesus, told them.  LUK  11: 13  If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children: how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him? 

f) Jesus does nat teach that Christians must wed Christians, and Paul gives his own opinion on the matter, with the following instruction:
CO1 7: 14 For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband: else were your children unclean; but now are they holy.

g) after the baptism Christians may not divorce their partners, save for adultery, for sodoing they would force their partner to commit adultery  - and they would also commit the same offence.

h) baptized Christians whom have divorced may not engage in sexual intercourse with married or engaged persons, for that would be fornication and they would be condemned.  Thus they must be extremely cautious.

i) the followers of Christ (those baptized) may not commit fornication, nor adultery, adultery being one of the ten commandments, first given to the Jews in the old testament and fornication given to Christian under inspiration of Christ through one of his Apostles, as a warning in the new testament. Fornication is sexual intercourse with engaged persons and adultery sexual intercourse with married persons. All are equal as Christians: thus this stands for all Christians.
CO1 6: 9 
Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind.

j) Christians ( the baptized believers ) whom deliberately, willingly sin after their baptism are condemned.
HEB  10: 26  For if we sin wilfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins, 
HEB  10: 27  But a certain fearful looking for of judgment and fiery indignation, which shall devour the adversaries. 

k) this new testament explains that the only forgivable transgressions (not sisns) are 'accidental transgressions' (missing the mark) , such as feelings of hatred towards evil people, for God acknowledges that none is righteous.
ROM 3: 10  As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one:

l) the followers of Christ may not be lukewarm but must seriously follow all the commandments and the whole doctrine, else they are (spewed out) condemned.
REV 3: 16   So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spew thee out of my mouth.  

Surely, this is a serious burden to bare for those who become Christians. But Christ tells them: 
MAT  11: 29  Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. 
MAT  11: 30  For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. 

Of course it is of utmost importance that you read the whole paragraphs to which each of my ‘reference text cuts’ pertain; so that you may confirm that I have used these ‘reference cuts’ appropriately: within their context.

Know you that any organization defining themselves as 'Church', but yet  reject, what I in my conclusion have demonstrated to be the truth, as an untruth, is not a 'Church of Christ', but a 'Church of men'.

...And The Gates Of Hell Shall Not Prevail Against It
Through the ages Catholics and other Nicolaitans tried to defy the above quotation by Jesus, oppressing and murdering many, deceiving and misleading many more, but they have not and shall not prevail against 'His Church'.

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