When I decided to put up an Ethereal section on Simplysimple, I had no idea what to write. It remained as an empty section for several years. I wanted to put to rest certain myths in a question and answer format like a FAQ, however a strong burden also developed to speak about how far the church has gone away from the truth of the Word. Just like Jesus told the Pharisees that they gave preference to the tradition of their elders over the actual Word of God. If Jesus came today, he would say the same thing to the Churches.
People either read New Age version Bibles which contort the true Word and listen, obey and trust their traditional churches and pastors without questioning them, just like we did in school, so it is not just the Muslims who are indoctrinating their children but we are doing so in our Churches as well -right from Sunday school, instead of letting the kids encounter and experience the living God on their own. The snare is so perfect and the priests are so perfect, that it is blasphemy to say anything against it bringing back memories of the church in the middle ages and the inquisitions by the false Roman Catholic Church.
This section would have been devoid of any end time Church articles had it not been for my girlfriend who dumped me because her family felt they would be excommunicated if she married outside her tribe. What was startling was when I had questions on tithe and asked for proof of it being practiced by the Church in the New Testament which brought forth verbal violence and denial and I could see how strongly she had been indoctrinated even though I was open to accepting her stand if she could show me proof in the Bible. I’m so thankful that this put me on a quest of my own and I started having new questions with a conviction that this is the path that God had put me on.
So watch this space even if you are not a Christian as you will learn how many unseen things work. This is not the everyday Christianity you see all around you. That is the religion Christianity which mostly doesn’t have anything to do with Biblical Christianity although there might be some exceptions who are straddling two boats -one of a new life in Christ, and the other of the tradition of their elders.
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