FALSE accustions against Paul and Stephen
What were the “False” accusation against Stephen and Paul? These accusations got one killed and one stoned and arrested. Now remember….these were FALSE accusations. Here are the scripture verses:
11 Then they secretly induced men to say, “We have heard him speak blasphemous words against Moses and God.” 12 And they stirred up the people, the elders, and the scribes; and they came upon him, seized him, and brought him to the council. 13 They also set up false witnesses who said, “This man does not cease to speak blasphemous[c] words against this holy place and the law; 14 for we have heard him say that this Jesus of Nazareth will destroy this place and change the customs which Moses delivered to us.”
But they have been told about you—that you teach all the Jews living among the gentiles to forsake the Law of Moses, and that you tell them not to circumcise their children or observe the customs.
These were people who were “falsely” accusing them. The accusation was that they were teaching against the laws of Moses. Now if that is false then the opposite it true. They were not teaching people to disobey or dishonor the laws of Moses.
Please consider this when you are studying your New Testament. Neither Stephen nor Paul would ever teach anyone anything that was contrary to Yah’s (God) perfect laws of Moses.
Pentecost gathering Sunday June 12 10Am to 2 Pm @ pavilion #3 sunset park Guntersville Al. All Welcome. Pot Luck and fellowship.
Was Yeshua really resurrected on Sunday morning?
This is a question that doesn’t seem to come up among Christians. They are quite satisfied with what their pastors tell them without really questioning it or putting their teachings to the test.
There is nowhere in scripture that states that Yeshua rose on Sunday morning. What is stated is the women found the tomb empty on Sunday morning. So Yeshua must have risen some time before then.
Yeshua said “as Jonah was in the belly of the fish, so too will I be in the heart of the earth for 3 days and 3 nights”.
In order to figure out this timeline we must have the proper starting point.
Now the Christian church says that Yeshua died on Friday afternoon but unfortunately you can’t get 3 days and 3 nights from Friday to Sunday morning.
Now believers will come up with all kinds of different excuses for this discretion but all will fall under serious scrutiny.
There are many studies that will show that Yeshua actually was hung on the tree and died on Wednesday and rose on Saturday at 3 p.m.
If your heart knows that there is something definitely wrong with what you have believed for so long I encourage you to research, study, dig into the word and find out for yourself. Don’t be discouraged.
WAS YAH SILENT AFTER THE BOOK OF MALACHI?
"Yah was silent after the book of Malachi"
I hear this all the time from Christians but is it true? Are they just repeating what they have heard people in the church repeat themselves. Have you ever really stopped to consider whether that is true? What is the evidence that Yah was silent? Why would Yah decide to not communicate with His people anymore? Let us examine whether this statement really does or doesn’t have any truth to it. It might be good to stop and really think about the words we use and what we repeat.
There is a lot of historical books about the events in Israel from the time of the Malachi and the book of Matthew. There were many wars that Israel fought. Rome came in and invaded the temple, killed many Jews and many Jews were forced to convert to paganism. The temple was plundered by the Romes and the pagans did many gross acts in the temple to defile it.
There were many many centuries during the course of bible history from Genesis to Abraham, from Jacob to the children of Israel where there was nothing written yet we all know that Yah was there in the midst of them.
Let us also remember that if Yah ever decided to be silent we would be in big trouble.
There was a time in the bible history where Yah did turn away from the children of Isreal and that was due to their gross sin that the Father Himself had had enough of their wrongdoing.
So just because there isn’t a book in the bible doesn’t mean that Yah was silent.