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  • Trishkus - 1 month ago
    I have already felt the sensation of being "caught up", quite some time ago. Let me explain further...I was laying on my bed, and all of a sudden I felt like I was lifted up in the spirit above my body into Jesus arms. I felt exceedingly happy and full of joy. I then felt like everything I knew was being pulled out of my mind. I was then given my destiny and released back into my body. I immediately stood up and another sensation of grinding my teeth. Then it was over. I don't really know what this means but I know, it resembles what I learned, when someone is condemned. I know a lot of Bibles say that if you're baptized and believe in Jesus you will be saved. I believe there is a lot more to do then that. I also read only true disciples of Christ will rise, and few will be saved. To be a disciple, you must sell all you have, give it to the poor. Leave with nothing, but the clothes on your back, and no sandals, no staff, no food, finding shelter with those who give you peace. If they won't listen to you, then you should leave. I found my answers researching True Believer. This is the name of the body of Christs Church. The only ones who will be saved. There are commandments given in Mark, Luke, John, and Matthew, for the TRUE BELIEVERS to follow, given by Christ himself. I have also learned that humanity being separated into different nations and developing different languages is a curse. I believe this is in Genesis. Humanity used to all speak the same language. I also learned that all these Bible translations are of Satan. They misconstrued, ever so discreetly, some words, that entirely changed the meaning of the Bible verse. I believe that the reason the Jews were scattered is because they were supposed to teach us Hebrew, so we could understand the sacred scrolls of the Old Testament. The truest written form of God's words. The New Testament scrolls are written in Greek. Jesus spoke Aramaic. People don't realize that God's spirit is here with us, has been always
  • Momsage - In Reply - 1 month ago
    Hello Trishkus: I hope it's okay if I respond to some of the "things people have told you" as not being quite right according to the KJB. I want to encourage you not to believe what I or others have told you. In 2 Timothy 2:15 God very plainly tells us to study for ourselves, rightly dividing the truth. If you are a born again child of God the Holy Ghost will give you decrement in understanding His word. You are right about all the modern versions of the bible, like the NKJV, ESV, NIV, etc. They're corrupt. They change doctrine not just the language that people claim they can't understand. There are videos you can see that simply give you a comparison verse by verse. You might also download It will help you a lot. In response to the first thing you mentioned, I'm not sure what happened, but you are only condemned if you don't accept Jesus as your Savior while on this earth. Perhaps forget about that. If you haven't already, repent and accept Christ into your heart and dedicate your life to Him and, as long as you keep Him in your heart and life, you will not be condemned. Water baptism should be done by you as a testimony that you have accepted Him as your Savior but it's NOT necessary for salvation. It is the blood of Jesus that saves us not His blood AND water. Once we have accepted Christ as our Savior, we must put Him first in our life. We must give ourselves to Him in prayer, fasting and study to be always His obedient child. The rich young ruler in Matthew 19:16-22, was told by Jesus to sell all his belongings in order to gain heaven but the lesson Jesus was teaching was he needed to love God more then his possessions. The reasons God turned away from the Jews was because they refused to accept Jesus as their Messiah, which would have led them to be a witness for Him to the Gentiles. Most of them continued to do this until they ultimately crucified Him. His church then taught the Jews and Gentiles of salvation through Jesus. God Bless :)

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