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Is Krishna Jesus Christ?

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (V)

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Krishna, does it not sound like Christ? Krishna manifests as Vishnu, the Hindu Second Member of the Trinity, just like Jesus. Krishna made an incarnate promise to fellowship with adherents: just like Jesus. He is believed to have reincarnated twelve times and the last time of His incarnation, it was as a twelve years old boy. Everything about him is a duplication of the Christ of the Bible. Hindu must of necessity make the Christo-religious connectivity. But Krishna cannot be our Jesus: for he slept with every woman that came his way, even married women! The Lord Jesus never committed fornication or adultery. Amen! The reason why Jesus would not engage in physical marriage was borne out of the fact that His marriage is a spiritual one: to the redeemed Church.Read More
Moksha of Hinduism

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (IV)

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The first member of the Hindu Trinity is Brahma. He (Brahma) has a wife in the heavenly assizes, right? Stories about the concupiscence of Hindu gods abound. We know that Jehovah does not engage in amatory pleasure. You would not even hear of Him (Jehovah) stretching out or lazing about in any celestial chamber. Brahma is definitely not the same person as the God of the Bible. Exodus 20:3 quotes God as commanding, “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” Psalm 73:25 makes it clear with, “Whom have I in heaven but thee? and there is none upon earth that I desire beside thee.” God Himself told Moses in Exodus 34:14, ”For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God:” There is no doubt, judging from eons of Hindu religion existence, that Mohammedan Qur’an got the formlessness of Allah from Brahma’s incorporeality. I wonder how an asomatous Jehovah would, at creationism, command in Genesis 1:26 “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: ….” God’s anthropomorphic dimension is seen in the word, ‘likeness’ which in Hebrew is dmuwth (dem-ooth') meaning: ‘1. resemblance. 2. (concretely) model, shape. 3. (adverbially) like.’Read More

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (II)

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Who says good works take anyone to heaven? That teacher wallows in dearth of the knowledge of Scripture. He, most definitely, has never come under the prophetic pedagogy of Isaiah. "But we are all as an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are as filthy rags; and we all do fade as a leaf; and our iniquities, like the wind, have taken us away." The needle-sharp words of the prophet pierced through the hearts of his Jewish audience who thought the good works of their hands were more than enough to keep their righteous stand before the thrice holy God, in the 6th verse of the 64th chapter of his Book. Many people read this verse without knowing that the Hebrew word for 'filthy' is ‛êd (ayd) meaning: 'menstrual flux.' If what Hindu religion calls dharma is the saving grace, how blind are they in not seeing that what they are taught by their gurus as righteousness is actually the sanguinary mess of a woman's cloth of monthly flow? Read More
Jesus died for your sin live for me

WHO ELSE, IF NOT JESUS? (I)

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There is a good reason why a man will not see Jesus for what He truly is. Man's choice of the dictates of logical reasoning, fuelled by the deceptive spirit of Satanism, has blurred his Godly perception. The needed enabling spirit to appreciate Jesus, the Saviour, satanically, has been brutally defeated. Sadness of pity. A form of Jesus, ergo, is erected in every religion. God is an accepted entity simply because the sobriquet 'God' is an ambiguity. Anything can be an entity of adoration. All you just have to do is mention the divine Lordship of Jesus and all hellish of religious warmongering is let loose! Jesus has too many enemies because He is the Good Shepherd. "All that ever came before me are thieves and robbers: but the sheep did not hear them;" says Jesus in John 10:8. Reading from the first verse of John chapter ten, it is quite clear that His teaching is purely a soteriological issue. It is of a huge concern to every being of terra firma. Heaven is the place of eternal bliss. Jesus makes the asserverative, "I am the way, the truth and the life, no man cometh......except...." So, I ask, "Who else, if not Jesus?" Read More

Is Christmas Of Idolatry? (1)

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By 350 A.D. Christ Mass celebration had received global institutionalisation. The initial paganism slant of Christmas, ergo, is a facticity. It is a scriptural truism that an echt worshipper of Jehovah will come to his Creator with the sincerity of the heart. Those who approach the Lord on a Christmas day in truth and in Spirit will definitely be received of the Lord. I do understand that that particular day of sol invictus is the spiritual disgust many churches shrink from. The question now is does the sun god own any day of the week, month or year? Was it not the proclivity of religiosity that goaded humans to give up that 25th for the worship of the sun god?Read More

JESUS: The WORD Of God (What does it betoken?) Part 5

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Of what benefit this eternal Word is to us is couched here in Colossians 3:4 “When Christ, who is our life, shall appear, then shall ye also appear with him in glory.” Is Christ eternal? What happens to whoever finds himself in Him? He most certainly lives eternally as his Divine Host, is it not? Certainly so! Amen! Jesus knows that our life is hid in Him, ergo, He made the transpicuous statements of John 14:1 and John 6:40. “Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me” [John 14:1]. “And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day” [John 6:40]. Christ is the Eternity of God’s thought, will, strength and verbalism. And that is ineffably ponderous!Read More

JESUS: The WORD Of God (What does it betoken?) Part 3

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(Continued from the 2nd part)                                                                                                                                                                                3)            The grand crescendo of John’s discourse was reached in this 14th verse. “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.” While ‘Word’ in Greek is Logos...Read More

JESUS: The WORD Of God (What does it betoken?) Part 2

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The life which Jesus breathed into created entities illumed them. This light does not just endow with a visive authority. It creates a rational knowledge by which an intelligence is displayed by the individual. This True Light gave Adam the knowledge of what to name creatures such that every name he gave needed not be reviewed by the Creator. Every intelligent being thirsts for salvation. Many, unfortunately, reject the leading of this spiritual Light –into eternal damnation. The sole source of life celestial and mundane life flows from the Word of life, Word of God, even Jesus Christ. Only God can give life thus. Amen! Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [six]

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For your scriptural information, “which was,” ho en in Greek takes the age of Jesus to the ‘eternity past.’ If no creature existed in the eternity past, it follows that whoever has his existence from that eternal past has an essence of immutability. Living before time, Jesus is immutable: for time cannot affect Him. He is as old as the Eternal Father! In Proverbs chapter 8, verse 22 speaks of wisdom: “The LORD possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old.” Verse 23 underscores the “wisdom’s” datelessness, “I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was.” Verses 24 to 29 which continue to uphold the eternal existence of Wisdom is essentially Jesus in Colossians 2:3 “In whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [five]

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We understand the transcendentalism of the Eternal Father. If the Son appropriates “Which is, and which was, and which is to come,” to Himself, there is no doubt why He is “over all God, blessed forever” of Romans 9:5. The expression ‘which was’ speaks of His immutability. Jesus’ fixity accentuates His agelessness. “Which,” ho in Greek, is simply of definite article ‘the.’ En (ayn) the Greek word for ‘was’ being an imperfect tense of eime (am, be, being), is best defined as ‘One.’Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [one]

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There are many entities that receive worship in the present days of human existence. These entities of idolatry are imposters. Jehovah is the only One true God whose existence transcends the days of creationism. We all are in existence just because He ‘is.’ The heavenly Father ‘is,’ not as a result of the ratiocination of any other being. He does not emanate from the fantasy of ratiocinatio. Jehovah is the very ‘is’ of existence. Amen. His Being is the cause of our being. ‘Which is,’ from its definition means, ‘The Eternal Being.’Read More

Coronavirus (2)

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Keeping Christians out and away from their holy assemblage is a joy that knows no bounds in the malefic heart of Satan. Keeping them away from the effusive glossolalia is a huge accomplishment for the Antichrist. One of them kills a thousand, while through the miracle of inexplicable equation of mathematical theory, two of them will kill ten thousand! He knows what a thousand Christians will be capable of, not to mention the annihilating outcome of what a million of us will definitely do! He has been able to keep Christians quiet. “Pray where tens of you will not do our kingdom any harm,” is the stance of the enemy. How did he accomplish this? Simple.Read More

Coronavirus (1)

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The mask, as a mark of being able to rule without any opposition, connotes a branding. The words of instruction, likened to a spell, cast on the people, the face mask is a token of having been branded. A branding denotes the ownership of the branded by the owner of the insignia of the brand. We are told to wear masks. We did. The god of this world, Lucifer, will definitely have his wicked day. That gives him a sanguine disposition. His devious plan is an acquirement. Do you know that in every secret cult, the members are warned never to divulge the happenings of the occult to anyone? “Not even to your closest partner.”Read More

I WILL GIVE YOU REST [part two]

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How could He be the Lord of Sabbath and still be standing before them? This conundrum is resolved in the book of John. "And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven" [John 3:13]. He did not say to them, "Son of man which was in heaven." Jesus, as He stood before their very eyes, was simultaneously present in heaven and on the earth. How could His physical being be a manifestation on earth and in heaven even as He spoke with them? No angel can replicate his celestial corporeality anywhere else. Only God, who alone can achieve this feat, is the One who can give this celestial rest. Jesus promises the same rest. Come to Jesus all that are heavy laden. He will give you rest. Amen!Read More

HE IS IN FULL CONTROL (Part two)

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Isaac being the second of the three progenitors of Israel, prefigures Christ, the Second Member of the Godhead, even the perfect manifestation of the unseen Jehovah. God, in Isaac, was still in control. Amen. Jacob must come into physical contact with Him to prepare the exodus of Jah people. The Israelites must bring Him down to the earth a la worship –true adoration of the Most High. Pharaoh, the Antichrist of their days, kicked vehemently against an impending loss of slaves to lord over.Read More

Righteousness (3)

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It is not our righteousness, as the Bible instructs in Ephesians 4:24, "And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true." The verb ‘put on’ is enduo (en-doo'-o) ‘to invest with clothing.’ The adjective ‘new’ is kainos (kai-nos') ‘new (especially in freshness);’ and ‘create’ is ktizo (ktid'-zo) ‘to fabricate, i.e. found (form originally).’ Righteousness is a toga, a state of being, as a matter of fact. It is a toga that remains ever fresh all because the eternal LORD keeps it an eternal reality. Jesus tells us in Matthew 5:6 "Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled." The truth is that one cannot hunger after these virtues without being born again.Read More

Righteousness (3)

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It is not our righteousness, as the Bible instructs in Ephesians 4:24, "And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true." The verb ‘put on’ is enduo (en-doo'-o) ‘to invest with clothing.’ The adjective ‘new’ is kainos (kai-nos') ‘new (especially in freshness);’ and ‘create’ is ktizo (ktid'-zo) ‘to fabricate, i.e. found (form originally).’ Righteousness is a toga, a state of being, as a matter of fact. It is a toga that remains ever fresh all because the eternal LORD keeps it an eternal reality. Jesus tells us in Matthew 5:6 "Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled." The truth is that one cannot hunger after these virtues without being born again.Read More

Righteousness (1)

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Zacharias pointed out the necessary outwardness of our piety, saying: "In holiness and righteousness before him, all the days of our life" [Luke 1:75]. The reason for this show of the inherent 'righteousness' is simply that it is our duty to interpret righteousness for the beneficial digestion of what we are to their blind ocular perception. Our Christian lives are interpretation of the righteousness of Christ, our Dwelling. In Greek the word 'holiness' is hosiotēs (hos-ee-ot'-ace) 'piety towards God, fidelity in observing the obligations of piety, holiness.' From the heathen, with whom God had no spiritual transaction of any covenant, God expected no piety. To the Israel of His covenant, even before the parturition of the patriarchal twelve, God said, "....Be ye holy; for I am holy" [1Peter 1:16]; taken from Leviticus 11:44. God was careful not to say it to the Egyptian, Roman, Indian or Chinese. Only to one nation of Israel He had the covenant, ergo, Paul will often write, "First to the Jew then to the Gentiles."Read More

CONJUGAL PALAVER (1)

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                She should have accorded her husband her infamous serpentine discourse. It never occurred to her where she was plunging the entire human race when she thought within herself, "I've got this." The tempter meant a wicked business! Unbeknown to the woman was a tsunami that had taken the innoxious form of a three minute's foggy drizzle. It, she ominously thought, was just a harmless curiosity that hissed through fanciful fangs devoid of venom of paralysis. She took upon herself, the role that had no existence in the marital code of Eden –God's home.

                She spoke, unconstitutionally, without the authorisation from the authorised Adam. Words, before God, are so important that they must be brought before His adjudication. Armed with an idiotic confidence, unfortunately, she did not know that she was actually working against the will of God. What an ironic event! The one who was created to bait the enemy of God into incarceration is falling prey to a serpentine manipulation!  

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The Christmas Story (Part two)

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Herod is the Greek Herodes (hay-ro'-dace) meaning ‘heroic.’ This king is Herod the Great. His heroic greatness is of man, the labour to which greatness is wood, hay and stubble (1Cor. 3:12) which profiteth nothing (John 6:63). Jesus is the true Hero of our miserable life of sinfulness. Herod’s political heroism cannot be compared to the soteriological kerygma of the Lord Jesus which says of Him, “The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world” (John 1:29). The geographical ‘east,’ from where the wise men or Magi came from is anatole (an-at-ol-ay') ‘1. a rising of light 2. (figuratively) dawn 3. (by implication) the east (also in plural).’ Man had been looking esoterically at the sun in the worship of the sun god, Baal or Nimrod. The true Light shone into the cogitations of these astrologers and they decided to seek the Truth even Jesus. They forsook idolatrous Nimro-Semiramic assistance, turned to Jesus, the King of kings, and the Saviour of mankind.Read More