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Jesus’ Gospel: Lection 93

THE REMISSION OF & PENANCE FOR SIN

Christ’s Truths Hidden for Centuries, Found In 1870,

Yet Christians Are Kept Unaware

 

Apostle John recorded Jesus’ Doctrine and ordered it hidden to protect if from falsification, and the proof is contained in the three resources listed at the end of this article.

Jesus told us God forgives all sin, but…

Jesus told us in Lection 93, Verse 1, “God forgiveth all sin to those who repent, but as ye sow, so also must ye reap; Neither God nor man can remit the sins of those who repent not, nor forsake their sins; nor yet retain the sins of those who forsake them. But if one being in the spirit seeth clearly that any repent and forsake their sins, such may truly say unto the penitent, Thy sins are forgiven thee, for All sin is remitted by repentance and amendment and they are loosed from it, who forsake it and bound to it, who continue it.”

 

Important lessons in Verse 1

Verse 1 contains a few very important aspects one should pay close attention to, the first being, “but as ye sow, so also must ye reap.” Those words make it clear that even though a soul can be forgiven for a sin, it still has penance it must pay, and that fact is crystallized by Jesus’ lesson in Verse 2, “The fruits of the sin must continue for a season, for as we sow so must we reap, for God is not mocked.”

 

The fruits of the sin must continue for a season

What did Jesus mean by, “The fruits of the sin must continue for a season?” He preached often throughout His Gospel recorded by Apostle John, that souls experience birth, death and rebirth many times, and they do so in order to achieve the purification that is required to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. With that in mind, the words, “The fruits of the sin must continue for a season,” crystallize the fact that whatever transgression, or transgressions a soul sows, it will pay penance.

 

Penance for transgressions

Jesus also taught that penance, depending upon the severity of the trespasses, could be accomplished thru trials suffered in a current lifetime, and in addition, He taught that before experiencing another lifetime, a soul could spend time in Hades to consider and amend its ways. He also taught that the punishment a soul suffers could require difficult trials it must overcome in its current, and/or next lifetime, or lifetimes, which would depend upon the severity of the transgression, or transgressions. There is one last lesson Jesus taught regarding amendment; He taught that those souls who refuse to amend their ways to those of God, will eventually be utterly destroyed…He did not preach all of eternity in hell.

 

When sin is forgiven it must be abandoned

I mentioned in the beginning that Verse 1 contains a few aspects one should pay close attention to, and the second is, “All sin is remitted by repentance and amendment and they are loosed from it, who forsake it.” To forsake a sin means to abandon it, or in other words, never do it again, and by never doing it again, the soul has amended its ways.

 

Penalty if sin committed again after forgiven

The third aspect of Verse 1 that one should pay close attention to is, “bound to it, who continue it.” That statement makes it clear that should a soul ask to be forgiven for a sin, or sins, and then again commits one or all of them, it will be bound to the sins committed again, and that statement has a significant ramification to it: Jesus preached that those souls who asked to be forgiven for a sin, and then committed that sin again, would have been better off had they not asked for forgiveness to begin with.

 

Important lesson to Bear in mind

I do not wish to belabor a point, but this is VERY important: one MUST bear in mind, “BUT AS YE SOW, SO ALSO MUST YE REAP.” Why is it so important? It is contrary to the lessons preached by the protector of Hebrew Laws, Pharisee Saul, a/k/a apostle Paul, whose lessons totally invaded the New Testament, and they convey messages Jesus did not teach. Jesus made His contempt for Pharisees extremely obvious in Matthew 23:29-35, when He deemed them to be a brood of vipers. No Old Testament prophecies foretell the Messiah would die to redeem all of mankind from their sins, nor did Jesus preach such; only apostle Paul preached such. Jesus taught a soul may be forgiven for its sins, or if you will, the transgressions it committed, but it still MUST reap as it sowed, or in other words, PAY PENANCE for its transgressions.

 

Reverend Roderick C. Davis

Anointed Preacher of Hidden Truths

 

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Jesus’ Gospel: Lection 70:11-14

JESUS PROPHESIED HIS DOCTRINE WOULD BE HIDDEN

Yet that Prophecy Isn’t In the Bible

 

Protecting One's Beliefs

I have received correspondence from many who emphatically state the Bible is true as written, and in turn they refuse to look at, let alone study, the historical evidence I can share with them, which proves the Bible has been severely tampered with, and some respond: lessons within their Bible tell them they shall not do as I have done. Logically speaking, that’s a terrific tool to prevent followers from learning doctrine that could be contradictory to that which the church wants them to know, and its likely been done to prevent followers from learning anything at all, that could possibly lead them, and their tithes / donations, elsewhere.

 

Jesus, His Apostles and Prophets

Jesus, His Apostles, and prophets before them, preached doctrine that was contrary to certain longstanding and revered Hebrew Laws, and Jesus made that fact very clear when He told the Jews in Lection 52:6, “The All Holy hath sent you many prophets, but ye rose against them that were contrary to your lusts, reviling some and slaying others,” and the fact Jesus preached against revered Hebrew Laws is the actual reason the Jews demanded the Romans to crucify Him.

 

Apostle Peter & Clement of Rome

Apostle Peter personally trained Clement of Rome, and appointed him to be a Church Father, and Clement wrote, “There is a certain great difference between truth and custom. For truth is found when it is honestly sought; but custom, whatsoever be the character of the custom received, whether true or false, is strengthen by itself without the exercise of judgment; and he who has received it is neither pleased with it as being true, nor grieved with it as false. For such an one has believed not by judgment, but by prejudice, resting his own hope on the opinion of those who have lived before him on a mere peradventure. And it is not easy to cast off the ancestral garment, though it be shown to himself to be wholly foolish and ridiculous.”

 

The Clementine Homilies

The paragraph you just read is contained in The Clementine Homilies, and it applies extremely well to those Christians who refuse to look beyond their Bible, and place blind faith in the honesty of the men who wrote it, not even questioning whether the authors had personally researched the text they put into print, or not. The Clementine Homilies can be downloaded as a PDF file, or as an E-Book, through this link: HOMILIES

 

Why I Do This Work

Before going on I must share with you an important bit of information, which has been a major motivational factor behind the biblical research I have conducted over the years: I had an ‘inherent inner knowing’ about certain lessons within the Bible, and there is big difference between an inherent inner knowing, and hearing a message within your mind; I knew within me, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that certain lessons in the Sunday readings of the Gospel, and in Sunday School, could not possibly be of God or Jesus. I was born with that ‘inherent inner knowing,’ or knowledge if you will, and I learned over the years that it had been a gift from God. I also learned over the years that I am among many who have been sent here, to share with the world, the negative modifications that have been made to God’s Word, and His Son’s Doctrine, and reveal the truth that has been hidden; I’ll share more about that in a moment.

 

Jesus Told His Twelve His Doctrine Would Be Changed

This section of Verse 11, “AS I SHALL BE NAILED TO THE CROSS, SO ALSO SHALL MY CHURCH IN THOSE DAYS, FOR SHE IS MY BRIDE AND ONE WITH ME,” makes it clear Jesus knew His Church, or in other words, His Doctrine, would be attacked, and changed by men, to suit their needs and traditions. Jesus also crystallized the fact His Father’s Word had been modified, when He stated in Lection 64:11, “Verily I say unto you, my twelve whom I have chosen, that which hath been taught by them of old time is true—though corrupted by the foolish imaginations of men.” “That which hath been taught by them of old time,” is the Gospel of Jesus’ time, and is known today as the Old Testament.

 

Jesus Told His Twelve His Truth Will Be Revealed

However, Jesus told us in this section of Verse 11, “BUT THE DAY SHALL COME WHEN THIS DARKNESS SHALL PASS AWAY, AND TRUE LIGHT SHALL SHINE.” I firmly believe the period of time in which “this darkness shall pass away, and true light shall shine,” is at hand, for as I already mentioned, there are many who, because of an ‘inherent inner knowing,’ searched beyond the Bible for truth, and after finding truths, and confirming for themselves what is truth, and what is not truth, have embarked upon sharing their knowledge with the world.

 

Early Church Fathers

The early Church Fathers wrote about a ‘lost Gospel,’ and among the many names it had been given, it was also known as the Gospel of the Nazarenes, and the early Church Fathers stated it was the basis for the Synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. The Gospel of the Holy Twelve, written by Apostle John while incarcerated, which he ordered to be hidden to protect it from falsification, was discovered in 1870, and after my intense studies of it, and the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, I can state with absolute certainty, the Synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke are based upon it, and it is my firm conviction, the same also applies to the Gospel According to John. It’s important to note that the doctrine Peter preached, which is recorded within The Clementine Homilies, and Jesus’ Doctrine within the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, recorded by Apostle John, mirror each other. The Gospel of the Holy Twelve can be downloaded as a PDF file, or as an E-Book, through this link: GOSPEL OF THE HOLY TWELVE

 

Jesus Prophesies A Pontiff Shall Reveal His Father's & His Truths

This section of Lection 70, Verse 12, “ONE SHALL SIT ON MY THRONE, WHO SHALL BE A MAN OF TRUTH AND GOODNESS AND POWER, AND HE SHALL BE FILLED WITH LOVE AND WISDOM BEYOND ALL OTHERS, AND THAT ONLY WHICH IS TRUE SHALL HE TEACH,” prophesies a man such as Apostle Peter, a dedicated preacher of truth, and whom Jesus appointed as the leader of the Apostles, will again sit upon the ‘Throne,’ and bring forth the hidden truth to all. Apostle Peter took great pains to do all he could to assure Jesus’ Doctrine would not be falsified by those who were under the influence of the “wicked one.”

 

Quote From Apostle Peter's Epistle to Apostle James

Below is a quote from Apostle Peter’s epistle within The Clementine Homilies, and it clearly expresses the deep concern he had regarding the falsification of Jesus’ Doctrine, and it also makes very clear why Apostle John would have ordered the Gospel of the Holy Twelve hidden, after he completed writing it.

 

Epistle of Peter to James: From Chapters I & II

1 I beg and beseech you not to communicate to any one of the Gentiles the books of my

2 preachings before trial; but if any one has been proved and found worthy, then to commit them

3 to him.

4 For, according to the rule delivered to them, they endeavour to correct the discordances of the

5 Scriptures, if any one, haply not knowing the traditions, is confounded at the various utterances

6 of the prophets.

7 Give the books of my preachings to our brethren, with the like mystery of initiation, that they

8 may indoctrinate those who wish to take part in teaching; for if it be not so done, our word of

9 truth will be rent into many opinions. And this I know, not as being a prophet, but as already

10 seeing the beginning of this very evil. For some from among the Gentiles have rejected my

11 legal preaching, attaching themselves to certain lawless and trifling preaching of the man who

12 is my enemy. And these things some have attempted while I am still alive, to transform my

13 words by certain various interpretations, in order to the dissolution of the law; as though I also

14 myself were of such a mind, but did not freely proclaim it, which God forbid! For such a

15 thing were to act in opposition to the law of God which was spoken by Moses, and was borne

16 witness to by our Lord in respect of its eternal continuance;

17 But these men, professing, I know not how, to know my mind, undertake to explain my

18 words, which they have heard of me, more intelligently than I who spoke them, telling their

19 catechumens that this is my meaning, which indeed I never thought of. But if , while I am still

20 alive, they dare thus to misrepresent me, how much more will those who shall come after me

21 dare to do so!

 

Lines 1 thru 3 make it clear Peter did not want James, who was Jesus’ Brother, and one of the Apostles, to give the books he wrote to any Gentiles.

 

Lines 4 thru 6 make it clear that the books Peter wrote were contrary to certain teachings within the Gospel of their time, which is now known as the Old Testament, and since they were contrary, he was concerned they would be changed back to the false teachings of men, to suit the needs and traditions of men.

 

Lines 9 thru 12 make it clear that Peter was very concerned the teachings contained in the books he had written, would be modified, for he had already seen that happen, and he made it clear that he had an enemy who was responsible for doing it.

 

Lines 19 thru 20 tell us, like Jesus, Peter knew people would come after he died, who would dare to make even greater changes to the books he wrote.

 

Roman Emperor Constantine, who convened and presided over the First Council of Nicaea, 325 AD, to determine authorized church doctrine, certainly made huge steps in fulfilling Peter’s concern about changing the lessons in the books he wrote, and those books contained Jesus’ Doctrine as He taught it to His Disciples. In depth information regarding Roman Emperor Constantine, and the First Council of Nicaea, is available through this link: CONSTANTINE & FIRST COUNCIL OF NICAEA.

 

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In conclusion, I wholeheartedly encourage you to download the Gospel of the Holy Twelve and The Clementine Homilies, and continue your search for truth as it was handed down to mankind through Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and prophets.

 

God Bless

 

Rev. Roderick C. Davis

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THE TRUTH WILL SET  YOU FREE - BUT WHAT TRUTH?

 

EARLY  CHURCH  FATHERS

Early Church Fathers recorded in their epistles that the Synoptic Gospels: Matthew, Mark and Luke, were all based upon Jesus’ Original Doctrine. Jesus’ Gospel, His Original Doctrine, had been recorded by both Apostle Peter and Apostle John, and according to historical documents, Roman Emperor Constantine ordered the destruction of the doctrine Peter recorded.

 

Apostle John, after completing his recording of Jesus’ Doctrine, ordered a trusted person to hide it to protect it from falsification, and proof of that fact can be found in Apostle Peter’s epistle to Apostle James, which is within The Clementine Homilies; a link to the Homilies has been provided at the end of this article. The Catholic Church found Jesus’ Gospel recorded by Apostle John, in 1870, but they chose to not make the information public, as it contained doctrine that had not been authorized by the First Council of Nicaea 325 AD. Thankfully a copy of that Gospel made its way into the hands of the public, and today it is known as the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.

Keeping the early Church Fathers’ “Synoptic Gospels” statements in mind, one will find that numerous Verses within the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, of the King James Bible, KJV, have the same wording, or contain close to the same wording, as many Verses throughout the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, which convey the same story.

 

Based upon my intense studies of the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, as it compares to the Gospel According to John, it is my firm belief it’s also based upon Jesus’ Original Doctrine. In that regard, when one compares the Verses detailed below, that are from Chapter 8 of the Gospel According to John, to the Verses detailing the same accounting in Lection 51, of Jesus’ Gospel recorded by Apostle John, they will find the similarities between them, to be remarkable.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Even though the wording of certain Verses in the Gospel of the Holy Twelve will be identical, or will be close to being identical to the wording of Verses which convey the same message within the King James Bible, KJV, that fact will not carry over to newer versions of the King James Bible. The message conveyed in newer versions will, or should be the same, but the wording will likely be very different. The versions, in which the message may be different, are the RSV and NIV, and this documentary will explain why: The Bible You Read Makes A Difference. The Gospel of the Holy Twelve is available as an e-Book download, and a link is provided at the end of this article.

 

Lection 51:1 = John 8:31-32 - Lection 51:2 = John 8:33-35

Lection 51:3 = John 8:36-37 - Lection 51:4 = John 8:38-39

Lection 51:5 = John 8:40-41 - Lection 51:6 = John 8:42-43

Lection 51:7 = John 8:44 - Lection 51:8 = John 8:44-45

Lection 51:9 = John 3:14 - Lection 51:10 = John 8:46-47

Lection 51:11 = John 8:48-50 - Lection 51:18 = John 8:59*

 

* This section of Lection 51, Verse 18, “But, behold, a greater than Moses is here!” is not found within the New Testament, and that extremely important elimination cannot be a translation issue, for Jesus made that statement many times within the Gospel of the Holy Twelve. However, this section of Verse 18 is found in John 8:59, “and they were wrath and took up stones to cast at him. And Jesus passed through their midst and was hidden from their violence.”

 

Jesus stated in Lection 51, Verse 1, “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free,” and in Verse 3, “but ye seek to kill me, because my word hath no place in you,” and in Verse 4, “ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth.” Once again, these Verses are also within the Gospel According to John, but nowhere within that Gospel can one determine what “truth” Jesus spoke of that will set the Jews free, nor the “word” He spoke that fueled their desire to kill Him.

 

NOTE:  THE VERY IMPORTANT SECTIONS DETAILED BELOW, WHICH ARE IN VERSES 12, 14-15 AND 17, OF JESUS’ GOSPEL, ARE NOT FOUND WITHIN THE NEW TESTAMENT.

 

ALSO IMPORTANT: the sections of Verses 12 and 15 below, are truths Jesus preached to the Jews during His Messianic Ministry, and the lessons taught in those Verses, which contradict the blood offerings and sacrifices instituted by Moses, are the specific opportunity Judas later seized upon to betray Jesus. Apostle John recorded the fact that Jesus would not allow the lamb Judas bought for the Last Paschal Supper, to be slaughtered, as Moses had ordained. The doctrine Apostle Peter preached, which is recorded in The Clementine Homilies, also supports that fact. Detailed evidence regarding the reason Judas betrayed Jesus is available through this link - Matthew documentary, Part Three.

 

Verse 12 “certain of the Elders and Scribes from the Temple came unto him saying, Why do thy disciples teach men that it is unlawful to eat the flesh of beasts though they be offered in sacrifice as by Moses ordained;”

Verse 14 “but their heart is far from me, for in vain do they worship Me teaching and believing, and teaching for divine doctrines, the commandments of men in my name but to satisfy their own lusts;”

Verse 15 “Jeremiah bear witness when he saith, concerning blood offerings and sacrifices I the Lord God commanded none of these things in the day that ye came out of Egypt;”

Verse 17 “against Moses indeed I do not speak nor against the law, but against them who corrupted his law, which he permitted for the hardness of your hearts;” and

Verse 18 “But, behold, a greater than Moses is here!”

 

As I mentioned, the sections of the Verses above, from the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, contain the absolute reason the Jews sought to kill Jesus, for the blood sacrifice was a long standing tradition of the Jews, which Moses instituted in Exodus 24, Verses 5-8. Priests carried out the daily sacrifice in the Temple for the remission of sin. And by the way, the lessons contained in Verses 12 and 15, fulfill the Daniel 8:11 prophecy, “and by him the daily sacrifice was taken away,” and they are also in fulfillment of the Daniel 9:27 prophecy, “and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease.”

 

Three final points:

 

1 -  this section of Verse 14, “teaching for divine doctrines, the commandments of men in my name but to satisfy their own lusts,” makes it clear God’s

      Word had been altered to suit the needs and traditions of men;

2 - the second is this section of Verse 17, “but against them who corrupted his law;” Jesus made that statement several times in Lections of the Gospel of

      the Holy Twelve, which make it clear the Gospel, now our Old Testament, had been corrupted; and

3 - the last is this section of Verse 18, which I mentioned earlier, “But, behold, a greater than Moses is here.” This is a very significant and meaningful

     statement, yet it is missing from the New Testament.

 

Truths that shall set your free

      •     Jesus told the Jews the blood sacrifice was not of God, and He made it clear in many lessons He preached: the sacrifice of beast, bird or man will

             not remit sin; and He taught the blood sacrifice was a sin, in and of itself.

 

      •     Jesus taught the steps a soul must follow and obey to be set free from sins committed, and Jesus taught the steps a soul must follow and obey to

             earn salvation.

 

However, the Jews would not hearken to the lessons Jesus taught, even though by obeying, they would have been set free from the sin of the daily sacrifice, which priests carried out for the remission of sin; in addition, if they chose to hearken to the lessons Jesus taught, they would have also been set free from the bondage of the false teachings of men, who as Jesus had preached, corrupted God’s Word that had been sent down through the Holy Spirit, to suit their needs and traditions.

 

I encourage you to conduct your own research to learn the “truths” Jesus preached which would make His followers free, and below are resource links that can set you on your way…..

 

Roman Emperor Constantine

Apostle to the Gentiles – Paul

Proof Old Testament Has Been Tampered With

The Gospel of the Holy Twelve

The Clementine Homilies

 

Reverend Roderick C. Davis

Anointed Preacher of Hidden Truths

Are OT Curses of God - Are NT Curses Credible

Reverend Roderick C. Davis

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There are curses within the Old and New Testaments, and there is one Rabbinic Curse I’m aware of that addresses prophecy in a Book of the Old Testament. I will address each in this article, and I want to mention that there may be curses within the Old and New Testaments, other than those I have identified.

 

Before continuing, these are the biblical resources I will be utilizing when discussing the curses, and their validity: the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, recorded by Apostle John while incarcerated; and it is authenticated by doctrine preached by Apostle Peter, which is contained in The Clementine Homilies. Clement of Rome, personally trained, and appointed a Church Father by Apostle Peter, wrote The Clementine Homilies.

 

The first of the curses is in:

 

Exodus 20:5 KJV

Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them [idols], nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me.

 

The Lord told us in this Verse that those who worshiped idols, would not be the only ones to have penance to pay; He made it clear that their children would also have penance to pay, and that would include all offspring of all children, all the way through the fourth generation. Yes, the Lord did make it clear in many Old Testament Books: souls are to worship Him and not idols.

 

However, Jesus made it clear through His teachings that God is not jealous, and His lessons also made it clear that any penance suffered, would be borne by the offending soul alone, and not by the soul’s children, nor the ensuing generations. These Verses also crystallize the fact that Exodus 20:5 is a manmade law, and not of God.

 

Examples of Jesus’ teachings:

 

Lection 76:5

A new commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another and all the creatures of God. Love is the fulfilling of the law. Love is of God, and God is love. Whoso loveth not, knoweth not God.

 

Verse 5 makes it emphatically clear God is not jealous of His children and creations, He “LOVES” them.

 

Lection 94:3-4

3. There is a resurrection from the body, and there is a resurrection in the body. There is a raising out of the life of the flesh, and there is a falling into the life of the flesh. Let prayer be made For those who are gone before, and For those that are alive, and For those that are yet to come, for all are One family in God. In God they live and move and have their being.

4. The body that ye lay in the grave, or that is consumed by fire, is not the body that shall be, but they who come shall receive other bodies, yet their own, and as they have sown in one life, so shall they reap in another. Blessed are they who have worked righteousness in this life, for they shall receive the crown of life.

 

This section of Verse 4 above, “they who come shall receive other bodies, yet their own, and as they have sown in one life, so shall they reap in another,” crystallizes the fact that punishment will be meted out only to the sole who transgressed God’s Laws.

 

The next curse is in:

 

Deuteronomy 23:2

A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of the LORD; even to his tenth generation shall he not enter into the congregation of the LORD.

 

The Lord told us in this Verse that a child conceived out of wedlock shall not enter into the House of the Lord, His Church, nor shall any other if its children, all the way up to the tenth generation, even though not one soul in the ensuing generations had been a bastard. To me, that is a very drastic curse, and I’m sure it was meant to have significant impact on the minds of those who would entertain the idea of sex out of wedlock; however, based upon Jesus’ teachings that I mentioned in Lection 94:3-4 above, Deuteronomy 23:2 is also a manmade law, and not a Law of God.

 

The next Old Testament curse I’m aware of is within:

 

Deuteronomy 28:15

But it shall come to pass, if thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of the LORD thy God, to observe to do all his commandments and his statutes which I command thee this day; that all these curses shall come upon thee, and overtake thee:

 

The Lord told us in this Verse that those who do not obey His Commandments shall suffer curses, and those curses are listed in Verses 16 through 44, with the final statement being made in:

 

Verse 45

Moreover all these curses shall come upon thee, and shall pursue thee, and overtake thee, till thou be destroyed; because thou hearkenedst not unto the voice of the LORD thy God, to keep his commandments and his statutes which he commanded thee:

 

Once again, Jesus’ teachings throughout the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, crystallize the fact that God does not place a curse on souls, but instead imposes a penance a soul must pay. Jesus gave us this lesson in Lection 67: 11 & 15: depending upon the severity of the transgressions, a soul could spend time in Hades to be purified. It’s important to note that I stated, “spend time in Hades,” for Jesus did not preach disobedient souls would spend all of eternity in Hell. However, He did preach that souls who refuse to mend their ways to those of God, will eventually be “utterly destroyed.”

 

Lection 67: 11 & 15

11. Then shall he say also unto them on his left hand, Depart from me ye evil souls into the eternal fires which ye have prepared for yourselves, till ye are purified seven times and cleansed from your sins.

15. And the cruel and the loveless shall go away into chastisement for ages, and if they repent not, be utterly destroyed; but the righteous and the merciful, shall go into life and peace everlasting.

 

Next I will address New Testament curses, and there are a couple that come to mind, with the first being in:

 

Galatians 1:8-9 KJV

 

8. But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.

9. As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.

 

I find it interesting Paul had the gumption to issue such a curse, and I will share with you why: Jesus and His Apostles preached doctrine that contradicted certain longstanding and revered Hebrew Laws that had their beginnings in Genesis and Exodus, and that statement is supported by Old Testament prophecies Jesus fulfilled during His Messianic Ministry. However, the doctrine Jesus preached which is contradictory to Hebrew Laws of the Old Testament, is not found within the New Testament. Instead, one finds the doctrine Paul preached, which reinstituted those Hebrew Laws Jesus and His Apostles preached against. Think about this: Paul preached a Gospel that had not been of Jesus, and thus being, could not have been of God; could it be, since he did such, the curse he gave in Galatians 1:8-9, backfired?

 

Next I want to address:

 

Revelation 22:19

And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.

 

It has been written that certain Christians declare Revelation 22:19, to be a curse upon anyone who preaches apocrypha. Apocrypha is a term that’s typically applied to certain historical religious books, which the Christian Church viewed as being useful, but they were books that had not been deemed to be Divine. The aforementioned books are the Gospels of the Nag Hammadi and the Dead Sea Scrolls, and some writings also include the Gospel of the Holy Twelve as being part of apocrypha.

 

I have studied the Gospels of the Nag Hammadi, and some of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and I do not recall any curses or warnings within them, but there is a curse within the Gospel of the Holy Twelve that I want to bring to your attention:

 

Lection 96:26

And if any man take from, or add, to the words of this Gospel, or hide, as under a bushel, the light thereof, which is given by the Spirit through us, the twelve witnesses chosen of God, for the enlightenment of the world unto salvation: Let him be Anathema Maranatha, until the coming of Christ Jesu-Maria, our Saviour, with all the Holy Saints.

 

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), defines Anathema Maranatha as being a ban or curse, pronounced with religious solemnity by ecclesiastical authority, and accompanied by excommunication.

 

While keeping in mind the opinion of certain Christians regarding, Revelation 22:19, let’s take a look at, the “Rabbinic Curse,” which is immediately below, regarding the Daniel 9:24-27 prophecies:

 

“May the bones of the hands and the bones of the fingers decay and decompose, of him who turns the pages of the book of Daniel, to find out the time of Daniel 9:24-27, and may his memory rot from off the face of the earth forever” (Talmudic Law, page 978, Section 2, Line 28)

 

It’s obvious that whoever was responsible for creating that curse, wanted to make it clear the Jewish Hierarchy did not want their followers to know results that would be obtained through the calculation of those numerical Prophecies. I have made those calculations, and I know the clear message the results convey, and I totally understand the reason behind the curse. However, be that as it may, that information is not pertinent to the subject matter of this article.

 

Suffice it to say, the Jewish Hierarchy had a profound reason behind their implementation of the Rabbinic Curse, and the reasoning behind it, supports why certain Christians would deem Revelation 22:19, to be a curse upon anyone who preached apocrypha; apocrypha is not authorized church doctrine, and certain lessons within apocrypha contradict certain lessons within the New Testament.

 

Being that Jesus’ Resurrection proved to mankind He was truly the Son of God, and being His Father gave to Him the men whom He trained to be Apostles, and who are the Pillars of His Church, and being the Apostles preached only the doctrine their Master taught them to preach, I would truly fear the curse they gave in Lection 96:26:

 

And if any man take from, or add, to the words of this Gospel, or hide, as under a bushel, the light thereof, which is given by the Spirit through us, the twelve witnesses chosen of God, for the enlightenment of the world unto salvation: Let him be Anathema Maranatha, until the coming of Christ Jesu-Maria, our Saviour, with all the Holy Saints.

 

May God Bless you for investing your time to read and learn from this article. Amen

OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECIES PROVE

NEW TESTAMENT DOES NOT CONTAIN

IMPORTANT DOCTRINE JESUS TAUGHT

 

In His Gospel recorded by Apostle John, Jesus prophesied to the Twelve whom He had chosen, “But there shall arise after you, men of perverse minds who shall through ignorance or through craft, suppress many things which I have spoken unto you, and lay to me things which I never taught, sowing tares among the good wheat which I have given you to sow in the world.” That documented prophecy is very profound, and it is an important doctrine Jesus preached, which is among many that are not found within the New Testament.

Several Old Testament prophecies prove doctrine of significant importance that Jesus preached, and fulfilled, are not in the New Testament. In addition, there are two other historical documents which contribute to proving that fact, and they are: the Gospel of the Holy Twelve; and The Clementine Homilies. By the way, the Gospel of the Holy Twelve also proves the fact that the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and the Gospel According to John, contain significant doctrine Jesus did not teach, thus fulfilling Jesus’ prophecy, “lay to me things which I never taught.”

Gospel of the Holy Twelve: Early Church Fathers wrote about this Gospel, although they identified it as being a “lost Gospel,” and they proclaimed it contained Jesus’ original Doctrine. That Gospel had several names attributed to it at the time, one of which had been the Gospel of the Nazarenes, and the early Church Fathers declared the Synoptic Gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke were all based upon it.

Through my intense studies of the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, and the Gospel According to John [KJV], I am convinced John is also based upon the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, for I learned there are many Verses within the Gospel According to John, which are word for word, or close to being word for word, of Verses that convey the same accounting within in the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.

The wording in other versions of the King James Bible, do not match the wording of the same accountings recorded in the KJV, and through my research of the RSV and NIV, I found: prophecies which Jesus fulfilled are missing; Verses are missing which is made obvious by the fact that the numbered Verses suddenly skip a number; and most disturbing of all, Jesus importance has been demeaned in those two versions.

The Clementine Homilies is a writing which contains one of Apostle Peter’s epistles, plus a record of the doctrine he preached, and those lessons he preached, mirror the doctrine recorded within the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.

Apostle John wrote the Gospel of the Holy Twelve while incarcerated, and once completed, he ordered a trusted individual to hide it, and he did so to protect it from falsification; proof that “fear of falsification” would have driven him to hide it in a safe place, can be found in Chapter H of Apostle Peter’s Epistle to Apostle James, within The Clementine Homilies. The Gospel of the Holy Twelve, discovered in 1870, was translated by Rev. Ouseley. However, when the Vatican learned it contained doctrine which had not been authorized by the First Council of Nicaea 325 AD, they locked it away in their vault. Thankfully, one or more copies of the translation, made its way into the hands of the public.

Before addressing the Old Testament proof I mentioned, I want to bring an important aspect of this discussion to your attention: Jesus taught throughout the Gospel of the Holy Twelve that He came into this world to end blood sacrifices, yet that fact is not found anywhere within Matthew, Mark, Luke or John, which are purported to be an accurate accounting of His teachings. Actually, the New Testament contains numerous Verses that cause one to think back to Moses’ Blood Covenant, as it is recorded in Exodus 24:5-8. One won’t find any Verses to corroborate Jesus came into the world to end blood sacrifices until they read Hebrews, and that information is in 10:1-12. However, the way Verses 9 through12 are written, the reader is led to believe Jesus offered Himself as a sacrifice to take away sins forever, which in turn would stop the daily sacrifice. However, the teaching within Hebrews 10:9-12 is a false teaching, for it is recorded in the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, Lection 33:1-3

 

Verse 1. JESUS was teaching his disciples in the outer court of the Temple and one of them said unto him: Master, it is said by the priests that without shedding of blood there is no remission. Can then the blood offering of the law take away sin?

Verse 2. And Jesus answered: No blood offering, of beast or bird, or man, can take away sin, for how can the conscience be purged from sin by the shedding of innocent blood? Nay, it will increase the condemnation.

Verse 3. The priests indeed receive such offering as a reconciliation of the worshippers for the trespasses against the Law of Moses, but for sins against the Law of God there can be no remission, save by repentance and amendment.

 

Now to the Old Testament proof I mentioned, which undeniably confirms doctrine Jesus preached has been withheld from the New Testament, and I’ll begin with the prophecies contained in Daniel 8, and the specific Verses are below.

 

Verse 11 Yea, he magnified himself even to the prince of the host, and by him the daily sacrifice was taken away, and the place of his sanctuary was cast down. [as we proceed, you will learn the prince of the host who will take away the daily sacrifice, is Jesus]

Verse 12 And a host was given him against the daily sacrifice by reason of transgression, and it cast down the truth to the ground; and it practiced, and prospered.

Verse 13 Then I heard one saint speaking, and another saint said unto that certain saint which spake, how long shall be the vision concerning the daily sacrifice, and the transgression of desolation, to give both the sanctuary and the host to be trodden under foot? [keep these words in mind, “to give both the sanctuary and the host to be trodden under foot”]

Verse 14 And he said unto me, unto two thousand and three hundred days; then shall the sanctuary be cleansed. [“then shall sanctuary be cleansed,” applies directly to the statement in verse 13, “to give both the sanctuary and the host to be trodden under foot,” and trodden underfoot, means destroyed, doesn’t it? If something is destroyed, it is cleansed from existence.]

Verse 15 And it came to pass, when I, even I Daniel, had seen the vision, and sought for the meaning, then, behold, there stood before me as the appearance of a man.

Verse 16 And I heard a man's voice between the banks of Ulai, which called, and said, Gabriel, make this man to understand the vision. [Gabriel is the Angel Gabriel]

Verse 17 So he came near where I stood: and when he came, I was afraid, and fell upon my face: but he said unto me, understand, O son of man: for at the time of the end shall be the vision. [the time of the end being addressed is the cleansing of the sanctuary mentioned in Verse 13, “to give both the sanctuary and the host to be trodden under foot,” and as I mentioned before, trodden underfoot means destroyed, cleansed from existence.]

Verse 23 And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a king of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences, shall stand up [think about this for a bit: who were the transgressors, and who stood up to them, the Pharisees, priests and scribes, and denounced their dark ways?].

 

And now let’s take a look at prophecies Jesus fulfilled that are within Daniel 9:24-27.

 

Verse 24 Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people and upon thy holy city [Jerusalem], to finish the transgression [as mentioned in Verse 8:12 & 13], and to make an end of sins [think about it, who made an end to sins?] and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most Holy [think about it, who is the most Holy that is to be anointed? What happened when John the Baptist, baptized Jesus?].

Verse 25 Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times. [think back to Verse 23, “And in the latter time of their kingdom;” and in Verse 25, “to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince.” These two statements tie together. Also keep the word, “commandment” in thisVerse, in mind, as it will come up again when I address a decree that was issued in Ezra 7:21]

Verse 26 And after threescore and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary; and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and unto the end of the war desolations are determined. [Think back to Daniel 8:14, “two thousand and three hundred days; then shall the sanctuary be cleansed.”]

Verse 27 And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate. [“he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease;” that prophecy ties directly back to Verse 26, “after threescore and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself.”

 

I’ve shared a lot of information with you, and provided you with hints regarding certain data to keep in mind. Comprehensive details that dot the “I’s” and cross the “T’s,” that are pertinent to the Daniel 8 and 9 prophecies, which this article touched on, are available in a documentary I created. For instance:

 

• the meaning of each prophecy is addressed, and as well as the documented history it applies to;

• Old Testament Verses are identified that disclose what the 2300 days identified in Daniel 8:14, are equal to in biblical prophecy;

• Verses within the Old Testament are identified which provide information needed to calculate the timing of events that were given in Daniel 8 and 9 prophecy;

• information is identified within the Old Testament, that is needed to determine when the 2300 day time period identified in Daniel 8:14, began; and

• all the aforementioned information is utilized to calculate the time period in which each prophecy was to take place, including the timing of Jesus’ crucifixion, identified in Daniel 9:27.

 

Following is a link to the aforementioned documentary: http://dld.bz/bS94j. To save time, the first 9 minutes 10 seconds of the documentary covers information already discussed in this article, albeit in a little different format. If you do not wish to view duplicate information, simply advance to the 9:10 mark.

In addition, below are links to the resources I mentioned in the beginning of this article, and each is in a PDF format that can be downloaded to your computer, or to your E-Book reader:

 

Gospel of the Holy Twelve

The Clementine Homilies

 

I invite you to please share this article with others, and I thank you for investing the time you have, to learn about truths Jesus preached…truths He prophesied to His Apostles would be hidden by children of the wicked one.

 

Rev. Roderick C. Davis

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