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Wednesday, July 13, 2022

You Can't Come To Christ Worshiping The AntiChrist

You Can't Come To Christ When You Worship The Anti-Christ Of The Church

You can't come to the Christ, when you embrace the doctrines of pagan Rome. In the words of John Wesley: "that fatal period when the Emperor Constantine called himself a Christian; From this time onward - the Christians had no more of the Spirit of Christ than the heathens...." (Wesley's Works, vol 7, Sermon 89, pp. 26-27). Quoting from Jesus The Anti-Christ 

It is a verifiable historical fact that the people who walked with Jesus daily -- who were able to ask Jesus any question pertaining to his and their relationship with God -- all witnessed to the fact that Jesus was a true holy man who became Anointed (Messiah/Christ) at his baptism in the Jordan, and achieved the highest human potential when he became At-One with the Mind of God.  They also witnessed to the fact that as the lost prodigal sons, Jesus was the first to return to the Father, and was the example for all of mankind to follow, in order to achieve and attain their eventual and highest destiny.  Jesus portrayed himself as a prophet -- i.e., "Isn’t this the carpenter, the son of Mary and the brother of James, Joses, Judas, and Simon? Aren’t His sisters here with us as well?” And they took offense at Him. Then Jesus said to them, “Only in his hometown, among his relatives, and in his own household is a prophet without honor” (Mark 6:3-4). And Jesus further spoke of his relationship to both mankind and God in the words: "Go instead to my brothers and tell them, 'I am returning to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God'" (John 20:17).   

The Prediction That Satan Would Rule The Church: In total disregard of the admonition of the scriptures themselves, the greater majority of Christians believe that the church is beyond the reach of Satan -- that God somehow drew a line that Satan cannot cross over -- and because of this force of Divine protection, Satan has not immersed himself in every aspect of their lives!  Yet, to their own detriment, the leaders of the modern church ignore the warning of the Apostle: “let no man beguile you in any wise: for (it will not be,) except the falling away come first, and the man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition, he that opposeth and exalteth himself against all that is called God or that is worshiped; so that he sitteth in the temple of God, setting himself forth as God” (2 Thes 2:3-4).    

What Paul is herein very clearly predicting is that there would come a time when the god of the Christian Church will be a false god.   Historically speaking, it has been almost universally recognized that the period in time that the Apostle could have been referring to was in the fourth century when the church made a covenant with the Roman Emperor Constantine.   With regard to this falling away, the Adam Clark Commentary writes of this passage of Paul's Epistle: “[Except there come a falling away first] We have the original word apostasia in our word apostasy; and by this term we understand a dereliction of the essential principles of religious truth, either a total abandonment of Christianity itself, or such a corruption of its doctrines as renders the whole system completely inefficient to salvation. But what this apostasy means is a question which has not yet, and perhaps never will be, answered to general satisfaction” (from the Adam Clarke Commentary).    

The question being posed is whether the image of Jesus promoted by the Church while under the control of Constantine and a series of Roman Emperors as God-Incarnate and the doctrine of the Trinity, is the same as the Jesus who walked the face of the earth in the first century?   When the fourth century Church changed the words spoken by God to mankind at the time when Jesus was baptized in the Jordan -- with the original words of God stating of Jesus that "Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee"  (see The Corruption Of The Words Of God  ) -- wherein, what God stated, was that the mind of the man Jesus became Anointed (Messiah/Christ) for the first time at his baptism -- and that Jesus accomplished this Anointing by fulfilling the Law within his own body, mind and spirit. And this process of fulfilling the Law within one's self, is exactly what Jesus taught to his original followers (see The Law Of The Gospels  ). In the fourth century the words that God spoke to mankind were replaced with "Thou are my Son, in thee I am well pleased".   Other than the ancient texts, if the question is posed: Is there any other historical evidence?  The answer is yes, and the fact is that all the pre-Nicene Church Authorities all quoted their Gospels as confirming the predicted statement of God: "Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee"  (see The Pre-Nicene Gentile Witness ).  

The most powerful witness against the doctrine of the Trinity-- as we presently understand it -- is the very scriptures themselves.   If Jesus was God, then the scriptures would be written from an entirely different perspective.   The second century Church Father Tertullian makes a brief examination of what the mindset of the Bible would be if the Trinity were in fact a valid doctrine where he reasoned: “I bid you also observe, that on my side I advance the passage where the Father said to the Son, 'Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten Thee.' If you want me to believe Him to be both the Father and the Son, show me some other passage where it is declared, 'The Lord said unto Himself, I am my own Son, to-day have I begotten myself;' or again, 'Before the morning did I beget myself;' and likewise, 'I the Lord possessed Myself in the beginning of my ways for my own works; before all the hills, too, did I beget myself;' and whatever other passages are to the same effect. Why, moreover, could God the Lord of all things, have hesitated to speak thus of Himself, if the fact had been so?”  As convoluted as it sounds, this is exactly what the  Roman Emperor Constantine declared ane required all Christians to believe -- and all who opposed the doctrine of the Trinity was hunted down as heretics.  The result was that the religion associated with the Gospel teachings of Jesus became corrupted and totally man-made. The whole purpose of the Gospel teachings as personified in the quotation of Hippolytus which reflected the original teachings of the Ebionite Nazirene followers and disciples of Jesus that he (Jesus) was a Holy Man who "...was justified by fulfilling the Law" (see The Ebionite Nazirenes  ) -- and that "...Had any one else fulfilled the commandments of the Law, he would have been the Christ, for they assert that our Lord Himself was a man in like sense with all humanity" -- portrays the reality that ANYONE who fulfills the Law will become the Anointed Son of God (see Jesus Taught To Become The Christ ).

Like the Pharisees, the Gentiles did not understand when Jesus taught that the Kingdom of God is within you (see Dwelling In The Mind Of God ).  What this means is that there exists lays of inner consciousness that must be navigated by fulfilling the Laws at each level of mind.  When Jesus taught his original followers that the Kingdom is within them, he also taught them how to fulfill the Natural Laws that separates each level of consciousness.  When rightly understood, the purpose of the Original Gospel teachings and especially the Sermon on the Mount, was a catalyst that enabled all of mankind to arise through the levels of inner-consciousness to become the Anointed (Messiah/Christ) by fulfilling the Law within their own mind and being, by picking up their own cross and travailing in TheWay (see The Cross You Must Bear To Your Own Crucifixion  ).  Which means that the original teachings is an entirely different path than what is taught and embraced by the Church today. With the corruption of the words spoken by God, the result was that all believers began to worship their brother Jesus -- thereby failing to imitate Jesus as a pattern for their own lives. If Jesus was God incarnate as declared by the fourth century Church of Constantine, then Jesus never would have said: "Go instead to my brothers and tell them, 'I am returning to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God'" (John 20:17). If Jesus was God, then he never could have stated to his disciples that "'I am returning to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God'".

That the historical Jesus was a true holy man who became the Anointed (Messiah/Christ) by fulfilling the Royal Law within his own mind and being as declared in the quotation of Hippolytus that the original Ebionite Nazirene followers and disciples of Jesus affirmed that he (Jesus) "...was justified by fulfilling the Law" (see The Ebionite Nazirenes  ), portrays an entirely different Jesus than the one promoted by the Church after the reign of Constantine. Further, the very words attributed to Jesus totally refutes the dogma of Constantine when he stated: "They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance" (Mark 2:17). And as a physician, Jesus did not come for the salvation of those who are Whole, but only for those who are sick and in need of a physician. And in total opposition to Church dogma, what this also means is that at the time the historical man Jesus walked the face of the earth, there existed people who he portrayed as "whole [and] righteous" who did not need Jesus the physician. Jesus openly states that his mission as a spiritual physician is not for them, because they achieved the necessary Wholeness without him. Does everyone need Jesus as the modern Christian maintains? While Jesus himself said that those who had achieved Wholeness did not need him as a spiritual physician -- i.e., "They that are whole have no need of the physician..." -- and that with effort, all of mankind is capable of achieving a condition that Jesus portrayed as "whole [and] righteous", which means that these people who did achieve Wholeness, were not sick, and in Jesus' own words were not in need of him (Jesus) as a physician to heal them. Which means that the whole foundation of modern Church dogma is man-made and in error. And in the same way that the Jews lacked Wholeness because they were led by the blind-guide Pharisees, belief in the Jesus-god of Constantine causes modern Christians to be "sick" and unable to come to the Christ.

The Destruction Of The Gospel Mindset:  Because of the corruption of Gospels and the doctrines of the Church, it is virtually impossible for modern Christian to understand how they can fulfill the requirement of perfection that Jesus himself set forth when he stated: "You, therefore, must be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect" (Matt 5:48).  Admittedly, this statement of Jesus makes absolutely no sense to the modern believer who poses the question:  Who, in this life, achieves perfection in the manner that Jesus set forth?  The answer: Virtually no one.  And in the same way that the modern Christian can't comprehend how a man or woman becomes whole and perfect, neither can they understand how the man Jesus became perfect.  When Jesus taught his disciples about fulfilling the Law of God, he taught them about climbing the proverbial Jacob's Ladder -- one level at a time -- often spanning many life-cycles or what the scriptures portray as seasons (see The Law Of Jacob's Ladder And Mental Advancement  ).  Therefore, when the question is asked: How does a person become Whole? It cannot be accomplished by adopting a system of static-belief and worshiping your brother as if he were your Father. In the fourth century when the Roman Emperor Constantine adopted Christianity as the official religion of the empire, the very foundation of the Gospel teachings were changed and corrupted. And with the corruption of the Gospel teachings, it is virtually impossible for the modern Christian to understand how a person becomes Whole and Perfect as Jesus himself taught as a requirement. 

The Answer To The Spiritual Dilemma: A person becomes Whole and Complete through the process of transformational growth and development -- and this is why the original Gospel teachings were founded upon the teaching of the pre-existent Soul that evolves to Wholeness and Perfection over the course of many lives (see The Pre-Nicene Position Of The Church On Reincarnation   ). But with the adoption of the Jesus-god of Constantine, the doctrines of the Church were converted to belief, instead of living the necessary transformative mindset and lifestyle of following Jesus, by picking up one's own cross and travailing in TheWay. With the adoption of the Mithraic doctrine of Original Sin (see The Original Sin Of The Church  ), it became dogmatically impossible for man to become Whole -- and all of mankind was consigned to mere belief in the Jesus-god of Constantine.

If you, as a believer, embrace the dogma of Constantine that all that is required of you is to believe that Jesus was God incarnate, then this man-made doctrine of belief will inhibit and even derail your spiritual progress in accord with the original Gospel teachings. When you begin your spiritual journey under the premise that you have fulfilled the commandments of the Law by virtue of your static belief in a false portrayal of the historical man Jesus, then it will remain virtually impossible to make any spiritual progress beyond that point. The Gospel account of Jesus declares: "Truly, truly, I tell you, whoever believes in Me will also do the works that I am doing. He will do even greater things than these" (John 14:12) -- and this can only be fulfilled and understood in accord with the original positions of those who walked and talked daily with the man Jesus that he was in “...supernatural union of a man and God... In their eyes, Jesus of Nazareth was a mere mortal, the legitimate son of Joseph and Mary: but he was the best and wisest of the human race, selected as the worthy instrument to restore upon earth the worship of the true and supreme Deity. When he was baptized in the Jordan, the Christ, the first of the aeons, the Son of God himself, descended on Jesus in the form of a dove, to inhabit his mind, and direct his actions during the allotted period of his ministry” (Gibbon; The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire, V.4, P.366).  Which historical statement of fact confirms the reality that "...Had any one else fulfilled the commandments of the Law, he would have been the Christ, for they assert that our Lord Himself was a man in like sense with all humanity".
It is attested to at Acts 2:22 where Jesus is portrayed as "a man, attested to you by God" -- and this was demonstrated by God performing "mighty works and wonders and signs that God did through him in your midst". If Jesus was himself God incarnate as declared by the Emperor Constantine, then these words portraying Jesus as a man approved by God through the works and wonders that God did through him, never would have been presented in this manner. But even more important is the fact that if you embrace the Jesus of the Church as God incarnate, in contradistinction to the Holy Man Jesus who became the Anointed by fulfilling the Commandments of the Royal Law of God, then it will remain impossible for you to make any spiritual progress towards imitating the pattern of Jesus and becoming the Anointed Son of God as envisioned in accord with the Original Gospel teachings (see  ). 


What I write in the above is easily confirmed. Where God said to man in the Original Gospels: "Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee" -- the Church of Rome embraced the corruption of Constantine who -- in the creation of his Jesus-god, changed the very words that God spoke to mankind. There exists six (6) pre-Nicene Church Authorities that can confirm this fact (see The Pre-Nicene Gentile Witness  ). You can't find Truth, while worshiping the god of Constantine

If you want the original Gospel teachings that have been Restored by the Original Author, you can find them at the following links:
The Law Of The Gospels 

The Enigma Of The Law Of Octaves

The Reality Of The Original Gospels

Written by The Brother Of Jesus



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