The Courage to Find the Truth and Stand on it With Confidence

Truth is not illusive or hiding in any way.  It is there for anyone willing to listen and obey what Jesus taught his disciples.

For 37 years, since I became born again and finally read the Bible in the light of the Spirit of YaHavah, I have been writing about testing everything thought, heard, and seen before acting on it.  It took me a long time to learn how to do that even though I preached it in my articles and websites.  So, I know it will be a difficult journey for others, too.  Especially, those buried deeply into the many false doctrines that have plagued all believers of Jesus Christ since the second century.

I believe what the Bible teaches about testing everything to see if it is of YaHavah or the world and I will fight for the “real” truth to be heard till I die.  I have been mocked and shunned for years, but my voice will continue to be out there for any to listen until the end.

Having the courage to find the truth is only half the battle.  Having the courage to stand firmly on that rock is the other half.  Not everyone has the courage to risk losing everything, or a large part, of what they have achieved in the world.  I don’t fault them.  They simply have not heard the whole truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ to understand they are not alone when they enter the Kingdom of YaHavah.  YaHavah and Jesus come to be with those who hear and believe the truth.  I fault those who believe the lies that hides all of the gospel, or truth, of what Jesus did for humanity to keep them from the Kingdom of YaHavah.  They are the ones who have not tested what they thought, heard, and saw before passing it on to other unsuspecting persons.

Yes, Jesus was born sinless, but how many people know why and how he was born sinless?

Yes, Jesus is called the Christ or Messiah, but how many understand the Bible’s full meaning of the word Christ and Messiah?

Yes, Jesus taught the truth to his disciples and all who would listen, but how many understand what he meant when he said he came to fulfill the law and prophets?

Yes, Jesus died on the cross as the sinless lamb of YaHavah, but how many know that he had to be fully human to be that lamb?

Yes, Jesus was resurrected from the grave, but how many know that for this, too, he had to be fully human and not a god?

Yes, Jesus ascended into heaven on a cloud and will return in the same way, but how many know what happened after he ascended into heaven?

It is at the last point that believers of Jesus Christ have been defrauded of the whole truth of Jesus’ ascension and what he accomplished for them.  The first disciples understood that Jesus had to leave them to be glorified in heaven.  They understood the full implication of that first day of Pentecost when the Spirit came upon them.  Jesus taught them well and he even sent a message to confirm what he taught them.  That message is called the Revelation of Jesus Christ.  There is one verse in the message that answers the last statement about Jesus’ ascension.

I am more than happy to reveal that to you here, but it wouldn’t mean anything to most readers, since it has been masked by other very popular, yet erroneous, teachings.

There is not one well known Bible teacher, commentator, or theologian who does not point an accusing finger at those they call cults, yet these same teachers of the Bible are no better than those they accuse as long as they stand on the poor hermeneutics of fraudulent teachings.  Set all teachings aside long enough to hear what the Bible teaches.  Investigate biblical perspectives that really are pure bible untainted by any denominational doctrine.  Click the Amazon Author’s Page menu tab to view samples of the books shown above and more.  The time for “sitting on the fence” is over.


About Mary Lewis *

Retired senior citizen and Christian writer. My ministry in writing is to encourage all people to learn how to test the spirit of what they see, hear, and think to see if it is from YaHavah, our creator, before they act on it. There is always something to learn about YaHavah and Jesus and never risk becoming a know-it-all.
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