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V. Kumar March 30, 2019 at 8:55 am

This article is very useful and important about the life and thoughts of Jesus Christ. Your articles inspire writers like us to write. Thank you very much for presenting your important religious thoughts to the readers through your articles.

Jack Wellman March 30, 2019 at 3:08 pm

Thank you for the encouragment my friend. You are so kind. All glory to God, however (Psalm 115:1).

Three in one September 4, 2021 at 11:01 am

Yahweh raised his son (the first born/only begotten) Jesus from the dead. Jesus ceased to exist for the three days he was in the tomb. Anybody who teaches the trinity is teaching a faith based in the times and customs of Pharoah and the Egyptians. The Jews only ever worshipped one God, not three. That God’s name is Yahweh. It is in the Bible thousands of times, whereas Jesus name is only in the Bible maybe a few hundred times. Jesus did not pray to himself. He did not ask himself for the cup/assignment to pass from himself. He did not put himself in Mary. He did not talk to himself from heaven and transform himself into a dove. God gave us the Bible to makes complex things easier to understand, not to make simple things more complex to understand.

Jack Wellman September 4, 2021 at 11:29 am

Hello friend. The first word God uses for Himself is “Elohim” and it is used as “us” and “we” so you are totally wrong and if you don’t have the right God, you don’t have the right Savior and that means you have no eternal life (John 17:3). Please repent of this satanic belief as Jesus, as God and has always been God, never ceases to exist for God is self-existent so I suggest a good study Bible or a Bible-believing church to rid yourself of this great error which source is of the Devil (1 John ).





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