Paul acknowledges being a child of Zeus

Paul taught nothing from what Jesus Christ taught. We cannot find a single parable or teaching or doctrine of Jesus in any of Paul’s letters and everything he wrote contradicts Christ. Paul manipulates and misquotes Scripture to reject the teachings of Jesus Christ. If Paul is not preaching the teachings of Jesus Christ, which God is Paul referring to? You will be surprised to learn how Paul repeatedly refers and quotes in praise of Zeus, and even acknowledges that he is a child of Zeus. Why do many Christians still use Christ’s name to follow Paul and worship Zeus?

Exodus 26 – Design of the Tabernacle

The Tabernacle of Moses is the first dwelling place described by God Himself for Him to dwell among His people. It is very important for us to understand the tabernacle of Moses before we understand how Christ made His dwelling or tabernacle among us. The twenty sixth chapter of Exodus is about the design of the Tabernacle of Moses. Let’s go through each verse to understand it’s design.

Jesus will not cleanse anyone with His blood

For many Christians, the blood of the Lamb or the blood of Jesus Christ refers to a magic blood bank sucking from Christ’s body and gets poured out at their request to make them clean. They completely ignore the true meaning of it, which is completely our responsibility. Asking God to cleanse us with the blood of His Son Jesus is not only deceptive but hypocritical. While the blood of Jesus can cleanse us, He is not going to spoon feed us with His blood to force us to abide in Him but rather, it is our responsibility to obey His words and keep His commandments to get cleansed.

In Father’s words: Law is just a shadow

The law is just a shadow is not a new concept for most Christians as the anonymous author of Hebrews writes it. However, the law was mentioned as a shadow by the Father Himself even before Christ came into this world. In this post, we will explore deeper using the Father’s words on some of the ritual laws and their true meaning.

Should we pray for others?

You may have heard many Christians uttering statements like “I am praying for you”. Christ is our Mediator and He never gave His role of intercession to anyone. Jesus Christ preached to sinners, hypocrites and even rebuked cities for them not repenting but never prayed for them to believe in Him or repent. Even His model prayer has nothing for others. His prayers for others, specifically for sinners and unbelievers is extremely limited to just one particular situation.Let’s explore Christ’s prayers for what we need to pray for others.

Why Jesus did not call Him good?

Why did Jesus stop the rich man from calling Him good and declaring only God as good? You will be surprised to learn that Jesus touched several unclean people to cleanse them of their sickness and in that process, He became unclean according to the law, thus doesn’t want to call Himself good even though He never became unclean Himself since power went from Him to cleanse others.

Christ, the sin offering and Israel, the scapegoat

On the day of atonement, lots were cast for two goats. One was for the LORD, which will be sacrificed as a sin offering. The other is a scapegoat which will bear the sins and left in wilderness. The sin offering is our Lord Jesus Christ. But who is the scapegoat? You will be surprised to learn that Israel being the scapegoat bore its sins by being scattered to all nations.

Elihu, a type of Jesus

One of the interesting characters in the book of Job is Elihu. Elihu introduces himself to be Job’s spokesman before God and also spoke on God’s behalf – revealing himself to be the mediator between God and Job, a type of Jesus Christ. Elihu itself means, “He is my God”. In this post, we will explore the messianic prophecies of Elihu and God.

Satan’s strategy against you

We often overlook the strategies used by satan to tempt us and ask permission from God to test us. As in Job 2:3, Satan wants to incite God against us, to destroy us without cause. It is true that God allowed satan to test Job but He allowed it for a reason and let’s explore this in context of what Christ taught.