Saturday, October 17, 2015

Pharisee Saul/Paul introduced doubt of the word of the Father, double-mindedness, and the Satanic doctrine of duality







The god "Janus", another of the many names for Lucifer



Psalm 119:113

I hate double-minded people,
but I love your law.


James 1:6-8

"But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind.  That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord.  Such a person is double-minded and unstable in all they do."



When Satan tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden, or when he tempted the Messiah in the wilderness, what did he do?  He quoted part of the word of the Heavenly Father, but slightly misquoted or altered it, and then raised doubt concerning the word of the Father.  And in the Garden, by eating of the forbidden "fruit", it says that Satan gave them knowledge of both good AND evil.

In the world of the occult, including Satanism, Freemasonry, and other Babylonian mystery religions, there is a concetpt called "duality" that is of great importance.   This Satanic doctrine of "duality" essentially says that you obtain "enlightenment" whenever you partake in acts that you know to be evil.  "Duality" holds that evil is a "necessary" component in the world, and "balances" the good.


The Satanic doctrine of duality, or balance of good and evil, is represented by the black and white checkerboard floor used prominently in Freemasonry


When one carefully reads and examines the teachings of the Pharisee Saul of Tarsus (the fake "aspostle" Paul), they will find that he utilized these same tactics and doctrines of Satan, introducing them among "Christians".  Paul raised doubt about the words of the Heavenly Father and the Messiah by teaching in direct contradiction to their words on dozens of issues -- most notably and importantly by teaching that the Law has been "abolished" in direct contraction to the Messiah who taught that the Law was to remain in effect and that obedience to the Law was the requirement for salvation.  And Paul even contradicted himself, many times teaching two different things on the same subject.  For instance, Paul teaches that we are to please men, but then contradicts himself at another time by teaching that we are not to please men and only to please God (Galatians 1:10).

What Paul has done is EXTREMELY devastating to the minds of those Israelites who are attempting to follow the words of the Father and the Messiah.  His teachings are a great stumbling block and trap, crafted with the cunning of Satan himself.  They have been extremely successful at confusing and blinding the minds of the lost Sheep of Israel from the plain truth as given by the Father and the Messiah, and lead them away from following His Law, which is the only path to salvation.


3 comments:

  1. thank you for those splendid articles! i became suspicious about Paul as i kept hearing ppl doubting and criticizing him! do you have any copyright on your articles?

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  2. Here is the message we need to hear – not the false message of PAAL the Pharisee….

    The message of The 11 (“The narrow gate”)

    “The eleven disciples went to Galilee”
    “Where Jesus had told them to go”
    They heard His voice and obeyed His will
    Despite uncertainty down below

    Jesus spoke to them at length
    He wasn’t really a Tweeter
    Only 3 of them wrote Scripture
    Matthew John and Peter

    “Feed my sheep” said Jesus, for though
    “Heaven and earth will pass away”
    I have the words of eternal life and
    “My words will never pass away”

    “Enter through the narrow gate”
    The voice of Jesus through the eleven
    Believe in Jesus “through their message”
    And “eat from the tree of life” in heaven

    Jesus commissioned the eleven
    With “everything I have commanded you”
    “Teaching THEM to obey” Jesus
    And “THEM” means me and you !

    “The command given by our Lord and Savior”
    Is not a Pharisee speaking alone
    It came rather “through your apostles”
    Matthew Peter and John

    If a Pharisee boasts proudly
    Those men added nothing to my message
    He doesn’t speak for Jesus
    His words are nothing more than garbage

    Bibliography
    All “quotes” in “quotation marks” are from the writings of the Apostles Matthew John and Peter in the Bible, mostly the “Red Letter” words of Jesus. [Matthew, John, Revelation, 2 Peter - NIV]

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