Posts Tagged ‘jesus’

Fourth Commandment: REMEMBER the Sabbath Day

July 31, 2011

Religions have been leading Christians astray for centuries. I encourage those who love God and Jesus to read their Bibles and determine when exactly the Sabbath is and also what day Jesus was crucified on and on what day he arose. Many will be extremely surprised.

Have you ever wondered why the commandment
is to REMEMBER the Sabbath Day to Keep it Holy? 

Last Supper of Christ

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Why I Believe In and Have Surrendered to God

October 2, 2010

I have met many exceptionally gifted musicians who perform at New Thought churches affiliated with The Church of Religious Science aka Science of Mind based upon the writings of Ernest Holmes.

Those churches attract thinkers and musicians; however, the New Thought philosophies attempt to leave out the importance of Jesus and often replaces references to God with the word love instead.

At least one of their most influential leaders knows Jesus and attracts people seeking Truth to her church. The New Thought philosophies are another in a long line of paths that get us ALMOST to God but leave out what is most important. (more…)

Cherokee Knowledge of Jesus

November 6, 2009

I wish to share one of my favorite sites regarding the Tsalagi – the people we know as Cherokee. I have always cherished this site and being able to listen to it now makes it even better. The site of which I speak is Religion According to Chief Jahtlohi Rogers; A People in Exodus by Chief Charles Jahtlohi Rogers, M.D., Cherokee Nation of Mexico.

He explains how the Cherokee knew Jesus by the names used for Him in the Old Testament and that knowledge came directly from Unayklanahi, the one Creator of all things. I noticed the similarity between words in Sanskrit and Cherokee and this history mentions that as well.

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