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Pennywhistler December 31, 2014 at 9:25 am

Oddly enough, Judaism does not even believe in “salvation” for anybody, much less the Jewish People. It’s just not there, Paul or no Paul.

There is repentance, which is available to ALL people at ALL times.

Marlon January 19, 2015 at 4:53 pm

There is salvation and that is through Jesus Christ alone….for there is no one worthy except our Lord Jesus Christ, and all who believes in the testimony of the Father…will LIVE and not experience the second death….and has passed from death to Life….

read 1 John 5:9-12
If we receive the testimony of men, the testimony of God is greater; for the testimony of God is this, that He has testified concerning His Son. The one who believes in the Son of God has the testimony in himself; the one who does not believe God has made Him a liar, because he has not believed in the testimony that God has given concerning His Son.…And the testimony is this, that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. He who has the Son has the life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have the life.

This is the mystery of God’s salvation not known earlier but is revealed in God’s Grace to those whom He has called to witness to the TRUTH….

A humble bond-servant of our LORD JESUS CHRIST, the Light of the world,

Marlon

Marlon

Ron October 12, 2019 at 11:35 am

https://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/are-there-secret-messages-in-the-bible/

Where does the bible specifically say that Paul went into the desert for three years to be taught by the Holy Spirit? I see that Paul went into Arabia, then returned to Damascus and THEN three years later went to Jerusalem. I have read the following:
“Some scholars believe that Paul went to Arabia to preach the Gospel and this action proves that Paul received his revelations concerning the Gospel from Christ himself.” but can’t find scripture to back it up. Thank you

Jack Wellman October 12, 2019 at 12:02 pm

I see your point sir. We cannot know for sure what the Bible does not clearly say. Speculation is not safe to teach. THank you sir.

Maria Wallace February 2, 2021 at 6:48 pm

There is a documentary called Torah Codes End to Darkness, IDF uses this computer Blot, also Mark Biltz YouTube shows lots of info about hebrew, hebrew language is represented by numbers, so their language is scientific proven

Jack Wellman February 2, 2021 at 7:14 pm

Thank you Maria. As for the Torah Codes End to Darkness,, within the heart of the codes are predictions of the end times and the coming of the Jewish Messiah coming in 2021. Since Jesus said no man can know the day or the hour, certainly meaning we can’t know the year, this shows these “predictions” are false and not from God. Anything from man will never mean anything in the end. It will all prove false. Only God knows the future and it’s not hidden in Hebrew texts. God would not reveal the Son of God and leave His children in the dark about this. The hidden code is said to be cracked by mathematically selecting letters from the texts which appear to create words which can be read as prophecies.

As for Mark Biltz. Stay away from this false prophet’s teaching. His teaching is riddled with errors and borders heresy. Biltz frequently badly handles biblical passages. For instance, on p. 35 Biltz quoted Genesis 7:11-12 in that the Flood commenced on the seventeenth day of the second month when the fountains of the great deep were broken up and the windows of heaven were opened and that it rained for forty days and forty nights. He followed that passage with this statement:

“The second month is Cheshvan, similar to our late October-early November time frame. So it was the seventeenth day of this month that the rain started. When you count forward forty days, you come to Kislev 27. The rains stops and a beautiful rainbow appears. And on the biblical calendar, Kislev 27 is right in the middle of Chanukah!”

This displays a common misconception about the Flood – that it lasted 40 days and nights. Actually, the Flood was about a year (Genesis 8:6-14). In the Flood account, the rainbow is not mentioned until after the Flood, with the Noahic Covenant (Genesis 9:12-17). This was long after the 40 days and nights of rain. Such ignorance of the Flood narrative on the part of a supposed Bible teacher is appalling.

There are other examples of Biltz mishandling Scripture. On p. 34, Biltz quoted Matthew 24:24 about false prophets performing great signs and wonders and posed the question of how we can determine whether a prophet is false or not. He wrote,

“Many people think they can determine if a prophet is a true one or not by whether what he prophesies takes place. That is not totally accurate. God may be testing you to see if you know the litmus test. You can find it in Deuteronomy 13.”

This confuses the matter, because there are two biblical tests for a prophet. Deuteronomy 13 warns against a supposed prophet that wants people to worship gods other than the true God. Even if that prophet were to produce great signs and wonders, if he counsels following other gods, then he is a false prophet. However, the test of Deuteronomy 18:20-22 applies to a prophet who claims to represent the true God. If a prophecy made by a prophet claiming to represent the true God fails to come to pass, then we can be assured that he is a false prophet. Since Biltz claims to represent the LORD, the Deuteronomy 13 test does not apply. However, effectively setting dates for the LORD’s return amounts to a prediction that we can test. According to Deuteronomy 18:2-22, if and when this prediction fails to come to pass, we can be assured that Biltz is a false prophet. Even more troubling is that this deflection of the prophet test is a common practice of many cults.

On p. 95, Biltz badly handles the chronology and details of the incident with the golden calf in the wilderness. He wrote,

“In Exodus 32, we read that after Aaron made the golden calf, Moses went up to the mount and fasted for forty days. Historically, he came down on Yom Kippur with the good news that atonement had been made and God wanted to tabernacle among them.”

First of all, there is no mention of Moses spending 40 days on the mountain in Exodus 32, nor is there any mention of a fast in Exodus 32. Moses had spent 40 days on the mountain, but it is mentioned earlier, at the end of Exodus 24. It is clear from the Exodus 24-32 narrative that Aaron made the golden calf near the end of the 40 days when Moses was on the mountain (Exodus 32:1). Nor does the text of Exodus 32 reveal that Moses brought “the good news that atonement had been made and God wanted to tabernacle among them.” Nothing could be further from the truth, or at the very least, Biltz left out some critical details. Before Moses came down off the mountain, God told him of the evil deeds of the people and that He would destroy them (Exodus 32:7-10), so Biltz doesn’t even know his Bible well enough to teach anything. There is zero scientific evidence out there…and this teaching is satanic, as is Biltz’, so please avoid these “prophets” for “profit.”





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