From One Believer To Another

From One Believer To Another

If this is your first time visiting this blog, “Welcome!”

As you read, I pray you’ll not see me as being angry at anyone. Firm at times with some, I’ll agree with that. I know that no matter what a person has gone through, things they’ve said or done, or still doing for that matter, there’s a 50/50 chance of my having sought forgiveness for doing the exact same thing at one time or another. I know the battle is not against flesh and blood my friend.

Throughout this blog you will find me quoting things heard on the radio. You’ll not find the names of those who said these things in the posts. I do document their names, the date, time, and radio station call sign on my copy of the original document. I do not publish these details because our mission should be to expose the false teachings not to personally attack the person.

If you should continue reading my friend, you will find the Anthanasian Creed being exposed for what it is, a false doctrine. The word of God having the final say. My trusting in He who knows hears and sees all things, the God of the [Bible].

The person that’s confessing Jesus is the Son of God, the Lord and the Savior of their life, according to the [Scriptures] mind you, has absolutely nothing to fear. Jesus died on a cross for the sin of the world, and He’s now working on their behalf.

Friday, April 22, 2016

Without the Anthanasian Creed "the Son is God," Isn't


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If I told you there are people believing Jesus claimed being God when He said “The Son of Man is also Lord of the Sabbath (Luke 6:5, NKJV).  That the Jews of the first century knew Jesus was God after hearing Him saying it.  Not who, but what would you say is behind it all?  If you answered the Anthanasian Creed, you’d be 100% correct.  Who else would say such things but those believing “the Son is God”.  Without the Anthanasian Creed “the Son is God,” isn’t. 

In this case it’s two men on the radio.  As I listened to them making their case, I thought about giving them a call.  I was wondering about all those Jews they said knew Jesus was God.  How they knew that.

I’d like to know who they think it was accusing Jesus of casting out demons by Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons in Luke 11:15.  Jews?  Non Jewish?  The same can be said for those looking to accuse Jesus of something, whether or not He would heal someone on the Sabbath in Luke 6:7?  Two verses of [Scripture] away from Jesus saying “The Son of Man is also Lord of the Sabbath” mind you.  Were they Jews?  Non Jewish?
  • Luke 6:7 is speaking of “another” Sabbath.  Maybe those same Jews in verse 6:5 had a change of mind somewhere in between them.  These two men didn’t mention anything about the possibility of that being the case.  They were pretty set in their ways.
I knew Jesus wasn’t claiming to be God in Luke 6:5, the [Biblical] evidence of Him not being God is over whelming, but how did these two men come to the conclusion of these being Jews knowing Jesus is God from Him saying “The Son of Man is also Lord of the Sabbath”?  I can safely say the Anthanasian Creed is behind the false accusation against the Jews.

I’m going to cut to the chase here.

Like all falsehoods, they have their moment in time, but they’ll come to nothing.  I know the Anthanasian Creed is man-made.  Not inspired.  A false doctrine.

And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a load voice, saying, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” that is, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” Matthew 27:46 (NKJV)

These two men were saying it was okay for the “human” Jesus to say “My God, My God” on the cross (Matthew 27:46).  Aren’t all those believing “the Son is God” saying the “human” Jesus is 100% God?  That each “Person” of the “Trinity” by Himself is God?  According to the Anthanasian Creed the “human” Jesus [is] “the Son is God,” God.  100% of the time.  So what part of Him is human?

Ask anyone believing “the Son is God” if there’s ever a time when "He" is not.  If they tell you yes, there’s never a time when "He" is not, they’ve just established themselves as one authorizing [their] “God” to contradict “Himself”.  Not the God of the [Bible], the one attached to the Anthanasian Creed.

That same person believes Jesus is God because He said, “If you have seen Me you have seen the Father” in John 14:9.  John 6:46 clearly establishes, Jesus speaking, and before a live audience mind you, “Not that anyone has seen the Father”.  Go figure.  

It’s not the [Biblical] Jesus contradicting Himself in John 6:46, it’s the person believing “the Son is God” in John 14:9 forcing the issue.  The Anthanasian Creed is behind it all of course.  People just choose to believe it.  Without the Anthanasian Creed “the Son is God,” isn’t.

Jesus said to her, “Do not cling to Me, for I have not Yet ascended to the Father; but go to My brethren and say to them, ‘I am ascending to My Father and your Father, and to My God and your God.’” John 20:17 (NKJV) 

If it’s the Anthanasian Creed saying it’s okay for the “human” Jesus to say “My God, My God” on a cross, and it most certainly is, who’s giving the “okay” for the [Biblical] Jesus to say “My God” in John 20:17?
  • Being in the Anthanasian Creed doesn’t make it [Biblically] correct. 

In John 20:17 it’s the [Biblical] Jesus establishing His God, and Father, being His brethren’s God and Father too.  Who’s behind the [Biblical] Jesus’ claim of His brethren’s God and Father being His God and Father in John 20:17?

Then Jesus said to them, “When you lift up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am He, and that I do nothing of Myself; but as My Father taught Me, I speak these things.” John 8:28 (NKJV)

The answer is the one that taught Jesus “these things” He spoke, God.  The God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob (Israel).  Jesus’ God.  The God of the [Bible].  Unless there be another one, it must be so. 

For those believing “the Son is God,” since we know God taught Jesus, wouldn’t Jesus’ use of the words “My God” in both Matthew 27:46 and John 20:17 be speaking of that God?  Of course they are.  Jesus used “My God” four more times in Revelation 3:12.  Same God.  Jesus’ God.  Is it being simple that’s making it difficult to [see]?

God bless.

In His Care…Jim

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