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Messianic Jews

Wolves pretending to be followers of Yeshua

There are Jews, who call themselves Messianic Jews who turn out to be Christians and are preaching the very same heretic teachings as their fellow protestant preachers whom I have already exposed as charlatans. These so-called Messianic Jews no doubt want to cash in on the lucrative windfall of easy money to be had from those dumb Christians who are so willing to part with their money, that is to throw their hard earned money at these shysters, all in the name of Yeshua . Oh; They will talk of Yeshua this and Yeshua that in their presentation. Did they say Yeshua? I beg your pardon, they really mean, Je-Zeus Christ. After all, they are Christian Jews. Here is a little sample of the kind of text they present to people, which I had taken from these deceivers whom are no better than their fellow protestant preachers. Here is what they write.......

The enemy hates the Church, and since he has now been loosed, he will soon physically attack it here in the United States, just like he is doing everywhere else on the planet. Most of us have been programmed to believe that we can't worship the Lord, Jesus, serve communion, baptize, or even have elders unless some sectarian seminary sends an inordained pastor to do the job in an inapproved manner: building a building complete with steeple, pipe organ, stained glass windows, a choir, a music minister, and so on. It just isnt so: Psa 51:17 The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise. Joh 4:23 But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. (Then how come they worship a fictitious god that goes by the name of Je-Zeus Christ?) As church doors close, or as assemblies depart from the truth, the very survival of the true Church will depend upon the obscure godly sheep who are willing to walk before the Lord with contrite hearts, regardless of conditions around them. True saints will again need to learn from the Bible for themselves and gather with other like-minded brethren who are seeking the Lords face. And its all right to do that, you know. After all, the Lord ordained each of us to be a king and a priest: Rev 1:6 And hath made us kings and priests unto God and his Father; ( unto God and his Father?) to him be glory and dominion for ever and ever. We have a thousand pages of guidance on just how to gather together. It is called the (Christian) Bible. Throughout the Christian Era various men and organizations have told us exactly what each verse was supposed to mean, or exactly how each church ordinance should be observed. But if we just trust Scripture, the Spirit of Truth, Himself, will teach us from it (Joh 16:13). In this chapter, I considered writing the usual rules on how to hold a meeting, serve communion, baptize, and so on. But then, I realized that I would be doing exactly what has gotten the Church into trouble all along: giving dictums of behavior beyond what Scripture already states. It's all in the Bible, folks. Everything the Lord wants a believer to do is in the Word of God. We simply need to follow His orders. Suffice to say that the qualifications for eldership are found in 1Ti 3:1-7 and Tit 1:5-9, and how communion should be served is recorded in Mat 26:26-28 and 1Co 11:23-26. There is no scripturally specified method for baptism, but we do have early church history to guide us. Many brethren in home churches now follow a first century church mode of baptism. First, they ask the new convert to renounce his past sinful life. Then they ask the convert to make a firm declaration of his new position in Christ Jesus. Though the words below are not struck in stone, the confession of faith goes something like this: I turn away from, reject, and totally renounce Satan, his kingdom, his angels and all his works. I repent of and renounce all my sins, and ask God to forgive me for them all. I accept the Lord Jesus Christ as my personal Savior, and ask Him to become Lord of my life, Amen. Then, observing the command of Jesus in Matthew 28:19, the new brother or sister is baptized In the name of the Father, in the name of Jesus Christ His Son, and in the Holy Spirit. Amen. If the new believer is being immersed, he is immersed only once. But if he is being poured over, as was a first century practice, the convert is asked to kneel, and he is poured over three times: once as each name of God is spoken. Southern Baptists would probably like me excommunicated for mentioning a mode of baptism other than immersion, however, ect, ect, ect.

When listening to their radio or TV broadcasts, they will use only the name of Yeshua in their preaching, but when you go to their web site, they reveal their true nature. As you can plainly see, these Messianic Jews are no different than their protestant counterparts. These people, use terms like, Lord, God, Father when refering to their fictitious god, Je-Zeus Christ, just like protestants do. That comment, ( unto God and his Father) is interesting. It makes me wonder just how many gods do these people have? They must be referring to the triune gods which the Roman Catholic had invented. At first glance, one would think they are a people of the true GOD of Heaven, but finding out they are only Baal worshipers. Something some Jews can't seem to resist.

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