Are you a follower of Jesus Christ, or a disciple
of Paul? Here is a question. What is the one thing that most
Christians do, and if they don't do it, they feel guilty. The answer
is go to church. Christians have been mind controlled into thinking
that they must go to church to be a real Christian and to please God.
Yet when people go to church, they never really learn anything about
Christ Jesus and God. They sing a few happy songs, shake hands, and
yell out "Amen!" But is this truly walking with God? To walk with God
means we must learn from Him and this is not what is happening in the
The churches of today are built upon the doctrines
of Paul. So do we never question his writings and blindly follow him?
What if I told you that you must believe everything I write in this
article or be accursed forever. What if I were to tell you my
authority comes from Jesus Christ who appeared to me in a vision while
driving along the highway. What if I were to also say stay away from
those that question my gospel. Well you would have this article in the
delete bin in no time at all! Paul says the same things, and they give
their lives to his every word, yet Paul has no regard for Jesus'
teachings or the role of women in his churches.
Churches today are nothing more than social centers
that should be called Jesus clubs. At the club you can socialize as
well as be entertained by the best rock gospel and singing in town
while the children are shuffled off to Sunday school. In church you
can view the latest in women's fashion and hair styles. You can also
sit back and listen to a warm and fuzzy sermon that makes you feel
good. Much better than television. It is a happy world where people
pretend to love one another while they chat over tea and cookies
afterwards. All is well in the church Matrix as long as you never talk
about deeper subject or bring up subjects like sin, repentance, hell,
wrath, and judgment of God.
So who created the institutionalized church of
today. Believe it or not it was Paul. Unlike the Apostles, he traveled
the country establishing churches that were controlled and guided by
Paul. With his letters he pontificated his views that were never to be
questioned. In fact he states that if any other person other than him
and his followers preach what was contrary to Paul's decrees and
doctrines, they should be damned to hell, (Gal 1:8) Some feel that
Paul was speaking for him and the Apostles as a whole, but this is not
so. If you read Acts which was written by Paul's disciple Luke, you
will then see that Paul had very little to do with the Apostles.
Seldom did they ever come in contact. And as far as leadership was
concerned, it was Paul who acted as a Pope in charge of the Gentile
churches. Paul is the foundation of of the modern institutionalized
church. The real church of Christ is made up all the believers and is
not a building made of human hands. Christ is the head of this Church
and not Paul.
In church do the sheep learn all about Jesus and
what He instructs? Not as a rule. They are taught the gospel of Paul
and not the gospel of Jesus. Well you may ask what is the difference.
Well the main difference is that Jesus was God proclaiming the good
news of the Kingdom. Jesus was to be our perfect example on how to
live, yet Paul Paul in his letters tells us how to live. Jesus told us
to follow Him alone, yet Paul says 1Co 4:16
"Wherefore I beseech (beg) you, be ye
followers of me."
Jesus while on earth never instructed His disciples
or the Apostles to go around and build churches. Why is because all
believers are the true Church and Bride of Christ. Christianity is an
organism and not an organization. Jesus never told anyone to start
churches all over the country and then Lord over them with decrees
that you see Paul do. Paul planted "his" churches and then
pontificated over them through letters known as the Epistles. In these
letters he instructs "his" churches on how to act, think, and do
according to his endless instructions. When you read through Paul's
dictates, you will soon notice that he never elaborates on the
teachings of Jesus, but only on his endless commentaries of decrees.
In fact he never builds upon the sayings of Christ and establishes his
own teachings. No wonder he begs us to follow him! All he teaches
about Jesus is Christ crucified. This fits in well with Catholic
doctrine because they teach Christ crucified and in fact wear an idol
of Christ crucified around their neck. Even satanists believe in a
What Jesus taught and what Paul taught was two
different things. Here is a few quick example. Jesus instructs us to
feed the poor. Paul says, "For even when we were
with you we gave you orders, saying, If any man does no work, let him
not have food. For it has come to our ears that there are some among
you whose behavior is uncontrolled, who do no work at all, but are
over-interested in the business of others." 2Th 3:10 Jesus said
to feed the poor. He did not say feed the poor unless they are over
interested in other people's business. This is what Paul does. He
pontificates endless rules of conduct, yet from the other side of his
mouth he says we are free in Christ?
It is the Pope of Rome that instructs "his" church
to be followers and imitators of himself. As a follower of Christ, I
would NEVER tell some one to follow me. We follow Jesus only! Paul
says,"Brothers, be imitators together of me, and
mark those who walk this way, for you have us for a pattern."
Phi 3:17 For the ones not following Paul, Paul says,
"And I exhort you, brothers, to watch those
making divisions and offenses contrary to the doctrine which you have
learned, and avoid them." Rom 16:17 We see here that Paul tells
his followers to avoid those who would disagree with his gospel of
instructions. This is how religious cults operate. The religious
leader lays down his decrees that his flock can never question. The
leader can never be questioned or they will be snubbed by the rest of
the followers (avoided). This is how the Jehovah's Witnesses operate.
A cult leader says to follow after him and to never question his
teaching. Paul takes it further by saying, "But
even if we (Paul and his followers) or an
angel from Heaven preach a gospel to you beside what we preached to
you, let him be accursed (damned). Gal 1:8 Again, this is the
same thing Jehovah's Witnesses say if members should dare to question
their doctrine. Memebers that do are told htey will suffer untold
horror from the the battle of Armageddon. Paul says you will go to
hell for questioning his doctrine. This is the same man who preached
love. Another meaning of accursed is excommunicated. Truly Paul was
the Pope of his churches.
One of those that was on Paul's damned list was
Jesus, the Apostles, and particularly James. Paul preached the heresy
that we could be saved on the bases of faith alone without works. If
we love God we will keep his commandments. Paul paints a picture of us
being free from the law because of Jesus' sacrifice. Nothing could be
further from the truth. Jesus came to fulfill the law and to empower
us with His Holy Spirit so that we can keep the law. Yet Paul says,
"Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without the
deeds (works) of the law." Rom 3:28 Elsewhere he sates that God
"...imputes righteousness without works."
Rom 4:6 Paul is saying here that salvation is through faith alone and
that we do not need works such as works repentance and works of
righteousness. Jesus says, "And why do you call
Me Lord, Lord, and do not do what I say?" Luk 6:46
Paul goes on to preach that Jesus Christ was cursed of God. This is
sheer heresy and demonic. Only the spirit of antichrist says Jesus was
or is cursed."Christ hath redeemed us from the
curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed
is every one that hangeth on a tree..." (Gal 3:13) Was Jesus
Christ accursed? Let us look at just one example of Paul manipulating
scripture out of context to prove "his" doctrine.
"And if a man have committed
a sin worthy of death, and he be to be put to death, and thou hang him
on a tree: His body shall not remain all night upon the tree, but thou
shalt in any wise bury him that day; (for he that is hanged is
accursed of God;) that thy land be not defiled." Deut 21:22,23
The context of this is that it is talking about criminals and has
nothing to do with prophecy as Paul tries make it out to be. Many
times Paul strips OT scripture out of context to prove his strange
doctrine. But does he quote the words of Jesus to prove his point?
According to Galations, James the brother of Jesus
is cursed because he preaches "another gospel."
Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also
believe, and tremble. But wilt thou know, O vain man, that
faith without works is dead? Was not Abraham justified by
works when he had offered Isaac his son upon the altar? Seest thou how
faith wrought with his works, and by his works was made
perfect?" (James 2:19-22)
"You see then that a man is justified by
works, and not by faith only."
2:18-24 James was an Apostle of Christ and brother to Christ. He
walked with the Lord for a number of years and was taught directly
from Jesus Himself. Paul on the other hand studied with no man, and
never walked with Jesus, and claimed he was given all knowledge in a
quick vision given to him by the Lord. Paul's says,
"...knowing that a man is not justified by
the works of the law but by faith in Jesus Christ, even we have
believed in Christ Jesus, that we might be justified by faith in
Christ and not by the works of the law; for by the works of
the law no flesh shall be justified."
Since James and Paul totally disagree, one of them could very well be
a planted deceiver. Which one is it. Paul a "reformed" butcher of
God's people who suddenly claimed that God had now been placed in
charge of a new Gentile Christianity? Paul was a maverick that had
nothing to do with the other Apostles who strongly denounced his lone
doctrine of faith without works. So how does Paul react to the
Apostles. He reacts with intense condemnation of the Apostles. Let's
look at what he says in Galatians My comments are in brackets:Gal
1 Paul, an apostle
(never verified by the others) not from
men (the Apostles who walked with Jesus)
nor through man, (Paul refuses to learn from
them) but through Jesus Christ and God the Father who raised
Him from the dead,
2 and all the brethren who are with me
(his disciples Luke, Timothy and such) To
the churches of Galatians:
6 I marvel that you are turning away so soon from Him who called you
in the grace of Christ, to a different gospel,
(The Apostles preaching particularly James)
7 which is not another; but there are some who trouble you
and want to pervert the gospel of Christ. (the
Gospel of faith WITH works is a perversion of Paul's gospel)
8 But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other
gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed.
(accursed means "a thing devoted to God
without hope of being redeemed, and if an animal, to be slain;
therefore, a person or thing doomed to destruction.")
9 As we have said before, so now I say again, if anyone
preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him
be accursed. (At this point Paul has lashes out
against the others to curse them for apposing his doctrine.)
10 For do I now persuade men, or God?
(Does not care if the other Apostles agree or not)
Or do I seek to please men?
(Does not wish to please
the Apostles) For if I still pleased men, I would not be a
bondservant of Christ.
11 But I make known to you, brethren, that the gospel which was
preached by me is not according to man.
(Basically he is saying that the Epistles of John, Peter, and James is
just words of men.)
12 For I neither received it from man, nor was I taught it,
but it came through the revelation of Jesus Christ.
(Paul believes, and wants us to believe that he
received all knowledge in a blinding flash of light while on the road
to butcher more of God's people.) 13 For you have heard of my
former conduct in Judaism, how I persecuted the church of God beyond
measure and tried to destroy it.
14 And I advanced in Judaism beyond many of my contemporaries in my
own nation, (Here Paul brags and gloats)
being more exceedingly zealous for the traditions of my
fathers. (His intense ego now really shows).
15 But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother's
womb and called me through His grace,
16 to reveal His Son in me, that I might preach Him among the
Gentiles, I did not immediately confer with flesh and blood,
(It amazes me how Paul shows no remorse for what
he had done)
17 nor did I go up to Jerusalem to those who were apostles
before me; but I went to Arabia, and returned again to
Damascus. (Totally has nothing to do with the
Apostles because they will have nothing to do with "his" doctrine)
18 Then after three years I went up to Jerusalem to see
Peter, and remained with him fifteen days.
(That's it? Only 15 days?)
19 But I saw none of the other apostles except James,
the Lord's brother. (Who he no doubt singled
20 (Now concerning the things which I write to you, indeed,
before God, I do not lie.)
So if we are to believe that Paul does not lie, then the Apostles are
all liars and I refuse to believe that since they walked with Jesus
and trained under him.
The problem is that Paul does lie. Here is one
"After this, king Agrippa, I
did not disobey the heavenly vision. But to those first in Damascus,
and Jerusalem, and to all the country of Judea, and to the nations, I
made known the command to repent and to turn to God, doing
works worthy of repentance Because of these things, having
caught me in the temple, The Jews tried to kill me." Act
People read this and think what a fine Christian
Paul was telling people to repent and suffered for it. Notice in this
verse that he also preached works of the law (commandments). Again
Paul speaks from both sides of his mouth. Now remember here Paul is
almost killed by the Jews for preaching repentance. This is a blatent
lie. Luke is a liar and so is Paul because Luke was a devout follower
Act 21:27 And when the seven
days were about to be completed, the Jews who were from Asia, having
seen him in the temple, stirred up all the crowd and laid
hands on him,
Act 21:28 crying out, Men, Israelites, help! This is the man who
teaches all everywhere against the people and the Law and this
place. And even he brought Greeks into the temple and has
polluted this holy place.
Act 21:29 (For they had seen Trophimus the Ephesian with him in the
city before, whom they supposed that Paul had brought into the
Act 21:30 And all the city was moved, and the people
ran together. And laying hands on Paul, they drew him outside of the
temple. And immediately the doors were shut.
Act 21:31 And as they were seeking to kill him, the
news came to the chiliarch of the cohort, that all Jerusalem
was in an uproar.
Act 21:32 He immediately took soldiers and centurions, and ran down to
them. And seeing the chiliarch and the soldiers, they quit beating
We see here that Paul was preaching against the Law
and works. The Jews were not trying to kill him for preaching
repentace but for preaching against the Law and according to Acts
21:21, forsaking Moses. "But they have been told
that you are teaching those who live among the Gentiles to disobey
this Law. They claim that you are telling them not to circumcise their
sons or to follow Jewish customs." As we all know Paul was
against circumcision, yet Paul the hypocrite has Timothy circumcised!
"...and Paul wanted him to go with them. But
Paul first had him circumcised, because all the
Jewish people around there knew that Timothy's father was Greek."
Let us say that both men James and Paul are here with us now.
There is a man who sits in a bar getting drunk every night. He never
goes home to his wife and kid's and often has affairs with the loose
women of the bar. There is a Christian that comes into the bar and
gives him a tract and tells him that he needs to repent and come to
Jesus. The man cries and begs the Christian to pray with him. The man
then claims that he is now born again. As the weeks go by he is still
there in the bar. His children still go to bed hungry and his wife
still waits up for him. Now is this man truly saved? What would James
and Paul say? James would say NO. "What does it
profit, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have
works? Can faith save him?" James 2:14
"But do you want to know, O foolish man, that
faith without works is dead?" James 2:20 James indicates here
that if the man is truly saved, he will leave the bar, rebuild his
relationship with his wife and be a good father to his children. He
will have "works" to show his faith.
"But to him who does not work but believes on
Him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is accounted for
righteousness." Rom 4:5
"knowing that a man is not justified by the
works of the law but by faith in Jesus Christ, even we have believed
in Christ Jesus, that we might be justified by faith in Christ and not
by the works of the law; for by the works of the law no flesh
shall be justified."
According to Paul's doctrine, the man need
not do anything. He can simply remain in the bar because he has faith
in Jesus and the grace of God is upon him. Paul also says,
"For by grace you have been saved through faith,
and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works,
lest anyone should boast." Eph 2:9. As disciples of Christ, why
would we be boast?
James says, "But
someone will say, "You have faith, and I have works." Show me your
faith without your works, and I will show you my faith by my works.
You believe that there is one God. You do well. Even the demons
believe-- and tremble! But do you want to know, O foolish man, that
faith without works is dead?" James 2:18-20
Paul preaches a gospel that is taught in all
the churches today. It states that as long as you have Jesus you are
saved. The works of true repentance are viewed as works of the law.
Today because of Paul's teachings, repentance has become a foul word.
More and more churches now preach love and unity. This is not too
surprising since King James made sure that all of Paul's writings were
included in the New Testament while filtering out other more valuable
Epistles since it was the Catholic church that decided which sacred
writings were of God and which weren't. Catholism is comfortable with
Paul's writings because all they need is faith. Where are all the
writings from the other Apostles?
Paul preached faith without works, and yet
most Christians have been held in bondage by his demands of strict
obedience to his gospel. "But every woman
who prays or prophesies with her head uncovered dishonors her head,
for that is one and the same as if her head were shaved.
For if a woman is not covered, let her also be shorn. But if it is
shameful for a woman to be shorn or shaved, let her be covered."
1 Cor 11:5-6 Here Paul's states that a
disobedient woman are an offense. A woman that does not cover her head
is just as bad as a woman that has her head shaved. At this time it
was prostitutes that shaved their heads. Paul CLEARLY says here that a
woman not covering her head is no better than a hooker.
Is this the "love"
that Paul taught in Corinthians 13? Also look at 1 Cor 14:34-35
"Let your women keep silent in the churches,
for they are not permitted to speak; but they are to be submissive, as
the law also says. And if they want to learn something, let them ask
their own husbands at home; for it is shameful for women to speak in
church." The word
for "speak" means to speak as in normal speaking manner. It also can
include preaching. Jesus would NEVER tell a woman to be silent and not
to talk in church. Paul seems to rule over the churches he started
with an iron hand. This was normal for Pharisees since women were
considered to be not much better than a dog in their eyes.
do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man, but to
be in silence." 1 Tim 2:12 Notice the way
he says "I" do not permit. He doesn't say God does not permit or the
Lord does not permit, he say he does not permit! He
cannot quote Jesus on this because Jesus' words and life did not
suppress women. Paul also says to the Corinthians,
"Even though you have ten thousand guardians in
Christ, you do not have many fathers, for in Christ Jesus I
became your father through the gospel. Therefore I
urge you to imitate (follow) me."
1 Cor 4:15-16 (NIV)
This is very disturbing! First of all it is
the Holy Spirit of Christ Himself that begets us and NOT Paul! Second,
I follow Jesus Christ and imitate Him ALONE! Note too that Jesus
clearly told us to, "call no man your
father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven."
As for Paul's usage of Lucifer's favorite word
"I" goes: "No other
epistle writer in the New Testament wrote like Paul. This would be
true in several ways, but one facet is of particular interest when we
are considering how Paul views himself. It is his usage of personal
pronouns that is second to none. In fact, when it comes to how often
he uses personal pronouns like, "I", "me", "my", or "mine", his
overall average in the epistles that are generally unquestioned as his
is almost three times that of his next closest rival in the practice.
Many if not most scholars today believe for a number of reasons that
Paul did not write the book of Hebrews. One obvious fact is that in
the other epistles credited to him Paul doesn't hesitate to identify
himself along with his supposed credentials. The author of Hebrews is
strangely silent on these matters. To date, the best guess as to who
the author of Hebrews is would be Apollos, and it's only a guess. But
Paul certainly couldn't be in the running as the author of Hebrews
when one also considers the statistics on the personal pronoun usage.
The author of Hebrews uses approximately 1.3 personal pronouns per
thousand words of text. Paul's average comes in at about 18.2 per
thousand! That is a 1300% increase."
build their doctrines on a foundation of Jesus' words and teachings,
Paul builds upon his own arguments and reasoning and does not quote
Jesus. What he does is to quote Old Testament scriptures out of
context and manipulates them to build a case for his own personal
doctrines. He cannot quote from Jesus because the Gospel of Christ
conflicts with the gospel of Paul. Yet the Apostles have no problem
quoting Jesus because their foundation is of rock and not sand.
One example of scripture tampering can
be found in Romans 3. It reads like it was all one quote from the Old
Testament, yet it is a cut and paste job from several scriptures that
have been taken out of context. Do we trust a man that alters
scripture in such a fashion to prove his point? Paul
does not focus on repentance and following Jesus, he focuses on his
own gospel that he calls the Gospel of Christ. It focuses on the
atonement of the cross and not the person of Jesus Christ. It does not
focus on a relationship with Jesus but only on the atonement and a
relationship with Paul himself. It replaces the teachings of Christ
with Paul's pontificating. He tells us to follow him, to let him be a
father to us, and to abide in his instructions as apposed to abiding
in words of Christ.
It would appear that like Judas, Paul
infiltrated the circle of God's disciples/Apostles. "If you can't beat
them, then join them." King James was one of the great leaders in the
movement of institutionalized churches and thus was more than happy to
fill the official government Bible with Paul's teachings. Like it or
not, Paul started up churches only to lord over them with hundreds of
his written instructions. He started, the Church of Rome would
continue on with through the centuries. They would act as mediators
between God and man while replacing Jesus Christ as our covering and
The thing that upsets me with Paul is that he
speaks out of both sides of his mouth.
"Where is boasting then? It is excluded. By what law? of works? Nay:
but by the law of faith."
"Knowing that a man is not justified by
the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have
believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by the faith of
Christ, and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law
shall no flesh be justified."
Paul says over and over that we are saved by
faith alone. In other words, you do not need to change your life
because you have faith in Jesus. All the Apostles taught the opposite
that you needed the work to prove you had faith. Well in the end
everyone including Timothy left him to his own strange doctrine and
had nothing further to do with him.
Act 21:27 "And when the seven days were
almost ended, the Jews which were of Asia, when they saw him in the
temple, stirred up all the people, and laid hands on him,"
"Crying out, Men of Israel, help: This is the man, that teacheth all
men every where against the people, and the law, and this place: and
further brought Greeks also into the temple, and hath polluted this
Act 21:29 "(For
they had seen before with him in the city Trophimus an Ephesians, whom
they supposed that Paul had brought into the temple.)"
Act 21:30 "And
all the city was moved, and the people ran together: and they took
Paul, and drew him out of the temple: and forthwith the doors
Act 21:31 "And
as they went about to kill him, tidings came unto the chief captain of
the band, that all Jerusalem was in an uproar."
We clearly see here how Paul stirs the pot. Not only does he say
the law of Moses is done away with, but he deliberately provokes the
Jews by entering the Temple. Paul fully knows that he is just going to
create hatred and trouble but doesn't seem to care. After all this he
stands before King Agrippa and lies about what really took place!
"But shewed first unto them of Damascus, and at Jerusalem, and
throughout all the coasts of Judaea, and then to the Gentiles, that
they should repent and turn to God, and do works meet for repentance.
For these causes the Jews caught me in the temple, and went about to
No! They wanted to kill him for throwing
Moses and the law out the window! Now when Paul is before Ananias,
does Paul boldly and loudly proclaim the blood of Jesus Christ as a
testimony and witness to to all? No. He becomes a coward and begins to
turn the court to fighting against each other.
Act 23:6 "But when Paul perceived that
the one part were Sadducees, and the other Pharisees, he cried out in
the council, Men and brethren, I am a Pharisee, the
son of a Pharisee: of the hope and resurrection of the dead I am
called in question."
Act 23:7 "And
when he had so said, there arose a dissension between the
Pharisees and the Sadducees: and the multitude was divided."
Act 23:8 "For
the Sadducees say that there is no resurrection, neither angel, nor
spirit: but the Pharisees confess both."
Act 23:9 "And
there arose a great cry: and the scribes that were of the Pharisees'
part arose, and strove, saying, We find no evil in this man: but if a
spirit or an angel hath spoken to him, let us not fight against God."
Act 23:10 "And
when there arose a great dissension, the chief captain, fearing lest
Paul should have been pulled in pieces by them, commanded the soldiers
to go down, and to take him by force from among them, and to bring him
into the castle."
When the chips were down, does Paul cry out that he is a follower
of Jesus Christ? No. He boldly declares he is a Pharisee. You know as
well as I do that Jesus called the Pharisees vipers and sons of hell!
Scripture is clear that Paul was shunned by the apostles and was never
really accepted as a replacement over James. It was James that
replaced Judas and not Paul. It was Peter that was to preach to the
gentiles and not Paul. Yet Paul pushes his way in and starts up
churches under him acting much like a pope as he sends them all
letters of decree that they were follow. 1Co 4:16 "I
call upon you, therefore, become ye followers of me."
Paul was not an Apostle
"If I bear witness of myself, my witness is
not true." Jhn 5:31 Paul bore witness of himself and and
neither he nor his disciple, Luke, could provide the names of anybody
who could confirm his vision.
"I am come in my Father's name, and ye
receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will
receive." Jhn 5:43. Paul came in his own name of by
self-proclamation His coming was not predicted or prophesied by any
biblical scripture, except the above passage.
"There is another that beareth witness of me;
and I know that the witness which he witnesseth of me is true."
Jhn 5:32. The Bible says that all things must be confirmed by two or
more witnesses. With Paul's conversion there were no witnesses to his
great contact with the "light" of Jesus on the road to Damascus. The
only witnesses were the members of his merry band of killers headed to
round up more Christians. On the road Paul in Acts 9 says a light
shone all around him and Jesus audibly spoke to him. Odd that the
Apostles never directly heard God speak to them. Did you know that
there are three versions of what happened with Paul, and all of them
seriously conflict with each other! See:
Paul, blinded by the light, then sought out a man named Ananias who
received a dream from the Lord about Paul. Ananias then lays hands on
Paul and Paul receives his sight back. So what we see here is that
Paul has only one witness and that is Ananias. Not where the plot
thickens is that none of the Apostles received a dream or any word
from the Lord about another Apostle being added. If in 1943 Hitler
walked into to your church saying he found the Lord and wants to
establish churches, would you believe him? Here we see the butcher of
Tarsus do the same thing.
In the book of Revelation we see that there is only going to only
be 12 Apostles. "And the wall of the city had
twelve foundations, and in them the names of the twelve apostles of
the Lamb." Rev 21:14
"I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy
patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil: and thou
hast tried them which say they are apostles, and are not, and hast
found them liars." Rev 2:2
They are liars because there was to be only 12 Apostles. So is Paul
a liar when he says he was a 13th Apostle? Yes he was because there is
no such thing as 13 Apostles. Judas killed himself so there was only
11 Apostles. So who replaced Judas. I would say it was James the
brother of Christ that replaced Judas and became the 12th Apostle.
"But other of the apostles saw I none, except
James the Lord's brother." Gal 1:19
"Then he was seen by James; then by all the
Apostles. And last of all, as by one whose birth was out of the right
time, he was seen by me. For I am the least of the Apostles, having no
right to be named an Apostle, because of my cruel attacks on the
church of God." 1Co 15:7-9
It seems that Paul can't count very well. Paul's right hand man was
Luke. Luke was a physician under Paul's ministry and wrote the book of
Luke from second hand information of the life of Christ since Luke
appears decades after the death of Jesus. Luke states that the
Apostles chose Matthias as an Apostle. Since Luke was intensely
faithful to Paul, he would not ever dare to say the Apostles chose
James the brother of Jesus as a new Apostle. Why is because James
apposed Paul's strange doctrine. While Luke attempts to hide the fact
that James was chosen, Paul mistakenly admits it.
The Apostles knew Paul as a preying insect that had no remorse. So
how is it that our Lord never informed them that a they were going to
be approached by Paul who would be claiming to have a "new revelation"
from God. Remember the Lord warns, "I know thy
works, and thy labour, and thy patience, and how thou canst not bear
them which are evil: and thou hast tried them which say they are
apostles, and are not, and hast found them liars." Rev 2:2
If Judas could infiltrate the body of Christ, why not Paul? Why
would Satan just stop with Judas? What if Judas did not reveal who he
was with a kiss to the Lord? What if Judas had lived and wrote letters
to churches he founded. Would these churches be founded on Christ. On
the surface yes, underneath there would be subtle heresy!
Paul reasons that because he could perform miracles that this was
proof that he was an Apostle of Christ even when he never studied with
Christ face to face when He was on the earth. He asks us to believe
that he saw Jesus in the sky and that he was no longer the Nazi of
Tarsus. This is what Paul uses to prove that he is an Apostle.
"Truly the signs of an apostle were wrought
among you in all patience, in signs, and wonders, and mighty deeds."
In the end we are expected to take Paul's word that he is a 13th
Apostle and trust his miracles. But Jesus says
"For there shall arise false Christ's, and false prophets, and shall
shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they
shall deceive the very elect." Mat 24:24
"Many will say to Me in that day, Lord! Lord!
Did we not prophesy in Your name, and through Your name throw out
demons, and through Your name do many wonderful works? And then I will
say to them I never knew you! Depart from Me, those working
lawlessness!" Mat 7:22, 23
Wow did you catch that! Jesus is saying that the practicing of
miracles is works of wickedness and evil. It is clear here that
miracles are used for deception. Look at Benny Hinn. He like Paul
wants us to believe that he is an Apostle of Christ because they
create miracles, yet Jesus says not to trust miracles.
Paul of Babylon
Mystery Babylon is a religion of Babylon that revolved around
mysteries and made them the foundation of faith. As with secret
societies, the high priests would be the keepers of secret knowledge
known as mysteries. If you serve the cult well, new mysteries would be
revealed to you by the elders.
"And upon her forehead was a name written,
MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF
THE EARTH." Rev 17:5
Through the Holy Spirit God reveals mysteries to His children
freely and in abundance. "He answered and said
unto them, Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the
kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given. For whosoever hath, to
him shall be given, and he shall have more abundance:
but whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken away even that he
hath." Mat 13:12,13. Jesus always preached openly and hid
nothing from His sheep.
Part of the ancient religion of Babylon was speaking gibberish to
their gods believing they were speaking mysteries. What Paul does is
to create a religion of so called tongues of God. Often what happens
today is that the churches will take occult practices, add the name
"Jesus" to it, and then call these parctises Christian. Heavy metal
rock music is one prime example. Jesus never spoke in tongues. He
never instructed His followers to speak in tongues. None of the
Apostles spoke in tongues. So why does Paul instruct his churches to
and then brag that he speaks in tongues more than his followers?
"I thank my God, I speak with tongues more than
ye all." 1Cr 14:18
Speaking in tongues has always been a deep occult practice that
still is practiced today by cults and satanists worldwide. Go to third
world countries and you will see it practiced all the time by Shamans
and witch doctors. Often they praise their gods by speaking or singing
in tongues with their hands swaying back and forth to create a deeper
The Apostles never wrote about tongues and never spoke in tongues.
In the book of Acts written by Luke (Paul's disciple) talks about
Peter endorsing the act. "And those of the
circumcision, who believed (as many as came with Peter), were
astonished because the gift of the Holy Spirit was poured out on the
nations also. For they heard them speak with tongues and magnify God.
Then Peter answered, Can anyone forbid water that these, who have
received the Holy Ghost as well as we, should not be baptized?"
Act 10:45-47 Remember Luke never knew Jesus and was a follower of
Paul. He was also a Greek and not an Israelite. The Apostle Peter
would of clearly seen this act of tongues as pagan and would never
associate it with baptism! Luke lied about Matthias being an Apostle,
and now he lies about Peter. Like they say, "Once a liar, always a
Luke in the book of Acts paints a picture of the Apostles being
instructed to wait in Jerusalem for the Baptism of the Holy Spirit.
"And having met with them, He commanded them not
to depart from Jerusalem, but to await the promise of the Father which
you heard from Me. For John truly baptized with water, but you shall
be baptized in the Holy Spirit not many days from now." Act
1:4-5 So where does this come from?
"I indeed baptize you with water to
repentance. But He who comes after me is mightier than I, whose
sandals I am not worthy to carry. He shall baptize you with the Holy
Spirit and with fire; whose fan is in His hand, and He will cleanse
His floor and gather His wheat into the storehouse; but He will burn
up the chaff with unquenchable fire." Mat 3:11,12
What is said by John here is that along with the Spirit they would
be baptized in fire. Fire is always seen as judgment throughout all
scripture, except in Acts where it is the Holy Spirit seen as flames
of tongues over the Apostles heads. Now why do the Apostles in Acts
wait for the Holy Spirit since they already had Him?
"Then Jesus said to them again, Peace to you. As
My Father has sent Me, even so I send you. And when He had said this,
He breathed on them and said to them, Receive the Holy Spirit. Of
whomever sins you remit, they are remitted to them. Of whomever sins
you retain, they are retained." Joh 20:22,23
Notice that Jesus does not instruct them to perform miracles as
seen in the last part of Mark's gospel which is commonly known to be a
fabrication addition to the gospel. Also where does Luke get off
trying to make what Jesus said as prophecy already fulfilled in Acts.
This baptism of of spirit will not come until the Second Coming of
Christ. "And you shall know that I am in the
midst of Israel, and that I am Jehovah your God, and no one else; and
My people shall never be ashamed. And it shall be afterward, I will
pour out My Spirit on all flesh. And your sons and
your daughters shall prophesy; your old men shall dream dreams; your
young men shall see visions. And also I will pour out My Spirit on the
slaves and on the slave women in those days. And I will show
wonders in the heavens, and in the earth, blood and
fire and pillars of smoke. The sun shall be turned
into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the coming of
the great and awesome day of Jehovah. And it shall be, whoever shall
call on the name of Jehovah shall be saved; for salvation shall be in
Mount Zion and in Jerusalem, as Jehovah has said, and in the remnant
whom Jehovah shall call." Joe 2:28,32. All this did not take
place in Jerusalem. The moon turning to blood is also found in the
book of Revelation and is seen as a sign of the Second Coming.
Now back to mystery Babylon. As said the dispensing of secret
knowledge is the foundation of Mystery Babylon. Revealing secret
knowledge known as "mysteries" is not of God! Yet Paul sees nothing
wrong with this.
"Behold, I speak a mystery to you; we shall
not all fall asleep, but we shall all be changed." 1Co 15:5.
Not even a hint that this knowledge came from the Lord. What it is
Paul speaking Pharisee secret knowledge as the Pharisees were firm
believers in the resurrection of the dead.
"If you have heard of the dispensation of the
grace of God which is given to me toward you, that by revelation He
made known to me the mystery (as I wrote before in few words, by
which, when you read, you may understand my knowledge
in the mystery of Christ)." Eph 3:2,4. Who
does Paul think he is? This is pure Babylonian occultism of esoteric
"And pray for me, that utterance may be
given to me, that I may open
my mouth boldly to make known the mystery of the
gospel," Eph 6:19. There
is no mention here of anyone else having the knowledge of a secret
gospel. Good thing Paul came along to explain the gospel since Jesus
was unable to and needs Paul to do it. For decades I have studied the
occult and the words of Paul make me shiver with uneasiness!
The Final Delusion
Yes I admit the topic of Paul is controversial but let's look at
the real danger he represents. Paul says, "To
the feeble, I was as one who is feeble, so that they might have
salvation: I have been all things to all men, so that
some at least might have salvation. " 1Co 9:22 This is a very
shocking statement for Paul make. What he says here is that he is all
things to all men. This is something Jesus would not ever say! Jesus
was never all things to all men! This is pure ecumenical heresy. What
this means if you preach to Catholics you become Catholic. Preach to
satanists you become one.
With Paul's doctrine one is allowed to be what ever you want to be
just as long you have Christ. Just as long as pedophile has faith he
can continue on abusing young children since he is working out his
salvation. Phil 2:12. A drunk can remain in the bar and drink because
he has Jesus in his heart. Hey he has faith. No wonder the churches
are chanting "judge not" he has Jesus!
Jesus does not ever once in scripture command us to invite Him into
our hearts for salvation. As seen in part one He calls us to repent
and do the works of salvation. We are called to keep His commandments
(works). Also Jesus does not offer salvation to anyone. The premise of
what He is saying is that if you are saved, then you will act a
certain way. Its not that you have to act a certain way to be saved,
you must act a certain way if you are saved. God calls His children
out of the world through His son to repent from sin. In other words do
the works befitting salvation. His sheep are being called out of this
world through Jesus Christ.
Paul says we need not do the works of the law/commandments. We just
need to have faith. Yes this is true. Paul spreads confusion though
his teachings that has leads to many denominations that have broken
up the unity of Christ. Note that God establishes all things through
two or more witnesses. Where are the witnesses to Paul's vision? Did
any of the Apostles witness it? Did God tell the Apostles that a 13th
Apostle would be added? Was there a prophecy? Did Jesus say there was
coming a replacement for Himself? Why do the words of Christ conflict
with only Paul's and non-of the other Apostles? Why are the Apostles
expected to take the word of the butcher of Tarsus as he claimed to
"see Jesus"? Benny Hinn and others have visions from God all the time.
People take these men's word alone concerning their visions and follow
them as a replacement for Christ.
Like it or not, Paul's self-absorbed teachings have replaced
Christ's and Paul has become the foundation of the churches of today.
The real danger of this is that we get the doctrine of tongues from
Paul's teaching. Jesus never spoke in tongues, the Apostles never
taught it, but Paul has dozens of verse on it. The only other time we
see it preached is in the Gospel of Mark that has proven to be an
addition to the original writing and therefore a fraud. Then there is
the book of Acts written by Paul's disciple Luke where we are taught
that even the Apostle Peter had to recognize the fact that tongues
were a sign from God. In the book of Acts we see the Apostles waiting
for the Holy Spirit which comes to them like tongues of fire. Fire in
the Bible is always seen as judgment and never a blessing! And how is
it that the Apostles wait for the baptism of the Holy Spirit when it
was already given to them in John 20.
In the book of Acts we read "And there
appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon
each of them." Act 2:3 Cloven tongues of fire? Where in
scripture do we find in the Bible an example of the sate of being
"cloven" seen as something good and holy? In the OT cloven is seen as
unclean. "But these you shall not eat, of those
which chew the cud, or of those that divide the cloven hoof: the
camel, and the hare, and the rock badger, for they chew the cud, but
do not divide the hoof. They are unclean to you." Deu 14:7
What we have here is two conflicting accounts of being given the
Spirit. One account is from Luke a disciple of Paul who appeared
decades after the death of Jesus and studied under Paul's ministry and
not Jesus'. He never knew Jesus nor was he taught by Jesus. Also we
have Paul that appears decades after Christ and hunted Christians down
for execution and was given much authority from the Chief Priest. Paul
never knew or studied under Jesus and claims his authority to a vision
he had which was never confirmed by any reliable witnesses.
Now on the other hand we have a different version of Holy Spirit
from the Apostle John. John studied under Christ's ministry and was
taught by Jesus in person. He was also very much favored by Jesus. So
in the end I would have to trust John's version of the story and call
the whole tongues story in Acts a fabrication in order to bolster
Paul's false doctrine of tongues.
So why is tongues such a big issue? Why because it is from Babylon
and is not Christian in any stretch of the imagination. What it does
in the churches is to open the door for new revelations through
channeling. Bibles are left closed so the churches can receive so
called messages from God. There is an ever growing apostasy that will
manipulate and control the churches in to a new age of signs and
wonders. Paul warns us of lying signs and wonders that will be used by
the antichrist. I have to wonder if could it be that the two prophets
of God seen in the book of Revelation will be seen as the false
prophet and antichrist with tongues used to confirm. No wonder the
world is seen rejoicing when they are killed.
Today tongues are often used to confirm every form of Christian
paganism there is. They explain why tongues is gibberish by saying it
is the language of angels. As mentioned Jesus never spoke in tongues
nor did his Apostles dwell on it or teach it like Paul did. Also
because the book of Acts was written by a devout disciple of Paul, I
have to question all the so called birth of the church by the baptism
of the Holy Spirt which had already been given in John chapter 20. I
also question the validity of miracles found in Acts. Things like
healing shaddows and cloths does not sound valid at all. Jesus never
acted in such a manner when He healed the masses.
Acts appears to be a working manual for a modern new age church.
Paul was not the father of the Apostlistic Church of Jesus Christ but
the father of the modern corporate institutionalised chrurch system.
It has little to do with the Bible and presents a warm fuzzy matrix
for people who do not seek after God. It is now (with the help of
Paul's scriptures), being transformed into a New Age Church of
Paul also makes a great revelation in Romans 11 how through
Christ's death the Gentiles have been grafted in to the root of
Israel. The fact is that Abraham was a Gentile. So what is Paul trying
to do in Romans 11? Note to that the term Jews does not mean Israel.
All Israel is not just Jewish. The word Jew applies to the tribe of
Judah and there are 12 Tribes of Israel. May I suggest that one take
the time to do the research on this subject.
Paul talks about a
Third Heaven in 2 Cor 12:2 "I knew a man in Christ above
fourteen years ago, (whether in the body, I cannot tell; or whether
out of the body, I cannot tell: God knoweth;) such an one caught up to
the third heaven." In Jewish mysticism known as the Kabbalah,
the Third Heaven is well known and refereed to as Ma'on. The Pharisees
were well steeped into the black arts and Jesus called them the sons
of hell. If Paul was truly converted he would have never mentioned the
Third Heaven. As a Pharisee he knew full well what he was revealing
Is there a Paul plot? The reader must decide, but he does appear to
be a Pharisee infiltrating the original faith of the Apostles. He
appears to pickup where Judas left off. He does have certain
knowledge, but one must be very careful when one forms doctrines
around his writings. Do we adhere to his doctrine on how to raise
children when he had none of his own? Do we take advice from a man
regarding the treatment of women when he was never married? Do we
(unlike Jesus), demand that they wear head coverings in church or have
heads shaved and be
silent (gr. without opinion) in the church of Paul. Do we become
imitators and followers of Paul when he says he is
all things to all people? Jesus was NEVER all things to all
people. Christ was not a fake and stood for the truth. He did not
become a drunk for drunk's sake nor a womanizer for men's sake. He
demanded repentance and not just saying we have
faith. Do we cast them out for asking un-educated and simple
questions? Do we
curse those to hell as Paul does for not believing the way we do?
here to hear Benny Hinn pronounce the same doctrine of
damnation as Paul does in
Benny Hinn like Paul also claims authority by a vision given to him by
The main danger that Paul brings to the Church is doctrines. Paul,
unlike the Apostles, focuses on doctrines and not Christ. The Apostles
focused on Jesus Christ. Because of Paul's endless dictation of double
speak doctrines, no one can agree on what he is actually saying.
Because of this, Paul's doctrines have created many denominations and
has broken the unity of faith in Jesus Christ alone. If Paul was an
Apostle of sent by God, then why would God desire to spread confusion
though the body of Christ? Before Paul there was only one doctrine and
one faith, and that was in Jesus Christ alone. Paul removes us from
the simplicity found in Christ to endless doctrines of what to do,
when to do it, and how to do it. There is much division in the body of
Christ from a man in his own words says, "For
God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches
of the saints." 1Co 14:33
If you desire advice for everyday problems, then why not read the
Psalms Here we find real practical teaching and not self absorbed
writings of a man obsessed with telling people what to do, when to do
it, and how to do it. Nor will you find the word "I" used over and
over again and listen to what the writer likes and dislikes. If you
want teaching on salvation there is the Epistles of John. As also with
the writings of Jude, James, and Peter. Here you do not find any
pontification of doctrine because the Apostles realized that we are
free in Christ and not under the bondage of Paul's endless detailed
doctrine of his demands. God tells us that he will find him only when
we search for Him with all our hearts. We can not do this if we search
My question to all readers is this. Are you a follower and disciple
of Jesus Christ, or a disciple of Paul? Sorry Paul. I am a follower of
Jesus Christ and there is none other! Only He is my Savior!
"I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy
patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil: and thou
hast tried them which say they are apostles, and are not, and hast
found themto be liars." Rev 2:2