Some Answered Comments About Transgender Celebrities

I made this video to answer some comments I received after publishing the transgender celebrities video.

I also show pictures of transgender Victoria’s Secret models as well as celebrities’ children that are almost identical to their parents and might be their clones.

What You Should Know About Demonic Strongholds

Due to the increased demonic activity people are loaded with demons these days. Most people will never know that they are, because of the reasons discussed in the video.

Christians shouldn’t worry if they have demons, though they should try to cast them out as much as possible. In this video I also talk about demonic Hindu practices of yoga and meditation.

Why Would a Good God Send People to Hell?

In this video I answer a common question which I get in my inbox as well as comments about why would a good God send people to hell. I use Scripture and personal experience to answer this question.

I also address certain passages about hell that are misunderstood and prove from Scripture that no child of God would be lost.

Jesus Wasn’t Crucified on Friday – It’s a Roman Catholic Lie

The Cross of JesusJesus gave the only sign for his death, burial and resurrection – the sign of Jonah, who was in the belly of a fish for three days and three nights:

“And when the people were gathered thick together, he began to say, This is an evil generation: they seek a sign; and there shall no sign be given it, but the sign of Jonas the prophet.

For as Jonas was a sign unto the Ninevites, so shall also the Son of man be to this generation.”

Luke 11:29-30

Also in Matthew 12:39-40 we read Jesus’ prophesy of his burial that leaves no doubt about the full 72-hour period of His burial:

But he answered and said unto them, An evil and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given to it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas:

For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale’s belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.

Since it is believed that Jesus was crucified on Friday afternoon, was buried just before the sunset the same day, and rose from the dead on Sunday morning, that cannot make up 72 hours by any stretch of imagination.

Since Jesus himself prophesied to be in the heart of the earth for three full days and nights, either Jesus didn’t fulfill the prophesy and thus failed to save the world, or we misread the details of his burial days.

The Argument about the Fullness of 72 Hours

Some Bible teachers say that by saying “three days” Jesus didn’t mean exactly three days. They say that sometimes Jewish people would say “three days” or “three years” without meaning exactly that time period.

This is true – sometimes when Jewish people would say “three years” they could mean less than three years or more than three years, and the same applies to “three days”. However, if they say “three days and three nights”, this means the specific time period of 72 hours, because the inclusion of nights was meant to convey the exactness of that time period.

We find this proved from the scripture too. For example, in Ezekiel 28:2 people are asked to fast for three days and three nights – so that they observe full 72 hours of fasting.

Therefore if Jesus gave the story of Jonah spending three days and three nights in the belly of a fish as the only sign of what was about to happen to him, we must take it literally.

Jewish People Knew about the Fulfilled Time Period

Since this prophesy was fulfilled, scribes and pharisees had to invent some other lie denying His resurrection, so they paid the Roman soldiers to lie that His body was stolen from the tomb by His disciples:

And when they were assembled with the elders, and had taken counsel, they gave large money unto the soldiers,

Saying, Say ye, His disciples came by night, and stole him away while we slept.

Matthew 28:12-13

If Jesus wouldn’t have spent full 72 hours in a grave, they would definitely use this against Him to prove that He wasn’t the Messiah; because they desperately sought to deny Him in every way possible – of course they would use such an obvious failure of prophesy fulfillment against Him.

But they didn’t. That’s because they knew Him to have fulfilled the prophesy.

Jesus’ apostles couldn’t find anything wrong with the burial date either – because they also knew it to be fulfilled. That’s why there’s no talk in the Bible about Jesus failing to fulfill His own prophesy. It was known that He did fulfill it.

So this points us to the fact that it’s not the date that’s at fault, but our understanding of the Bible.

The Reason for the Miscalculation of Jesus’ Burial Period

There are a few reasons why people miscalculate Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection times.

Firstly, people aren’t aware of other Sabbaths apart from the weekly ones. Secondly, they aren’t aware of how time was calculated in the Jewish culture.

Thirdly, the Roman Catholic Church pagan festivals of “Good Friday” and “Easter Sunday” were Christianized. Popes squeezed Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection events into their pagan feast period to continue celebrating the fertility of their mother goddess under the disguise of Jesus worship.

Let’s address all these topics more in detail.

High Days and Jewish Time

Most Christians know about the weekly Sabbaths that the Jewish celebrate, which are our Saturdays. However, not many are aware of high Sabbaths – the high feast days, the three annual celebrations that are:

  • Tabernacles
  • Pentecost
  • Passover

These are three annual feast days that are also called Sabbaths or high days; during them people aren’t allowed to do servile work in the same way like during weekly Sabbaths.

These feast days are more important than weekly Sabbaths; that’s why they are called high days. In the Gospel of John we find the apostle mentioning that the preparation day during which Christ was crucified followed the high day:

The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day, (for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.

John 19:31

Though Jesus legs weren’t crushed to fulfill the prophesy of Psalm 34:20:

He keepeth all his bones: not one of them is broken.

So this means that Jesus was crucified on the preparation day before the Passover – the High Sabbath. This day was the fourteenth day of the first Jewish month Nisan – our April. Therefore we have this sequence of events:

  • 14th Nissan – Wednesday – Preparation Day – Jesus Crucified and buried. He gave up the ghost at around 3pm our time and was buried at around 6pm – before the sunrise. Jewish calculated their hours from the sunrise; so the first hour of the day began at around 6 to 7 am.
  • 15th Nissan – Thursday – Passover – High Sabbath – full day and night in the tomb.
  • 16th Nissan – Friday – full day and night in the tomb (Jewish weekly Sabbath starts from this day till our Saturday evening – thus the women couldn’t get to the grave until Sunday).
  • 17th Nissan – Saturday – weekly Sabbath – Jesus resurrected at around 6pm, thus spending 72 hours “in the heart of the earth” – in a tomb.
  • 18th Nissan – Sunday – Mary with other women (Mary and Salome) comes to the empty tumb early in the morning.

Poisonous Roman Catholic Leaven

Another reason people miscalculate the crucifixion and resurrection days is because of the poisonous leaven of the Roman Catholic doctrines. They introduced the celebration of Good Friday and Easter Sunday, which have nothing to do with Jesus. These celebrations were fertility celebrations taken from pagans.

Eostre

Eostre – pagan goddess associated with April, hares and eggs

They are celebrated for the worship of the Anglo-Saxon goddess of the dawn whose name was “Eostre”.

I believe she’s the same Queen of Heaven that was worshiped throughout thousands of years in all pagan cultures under different names, like Ishtar and Isis.

The hot cross buns may also be dedicated to her if she was indeed the Queen of Heaven, as the Bible mentions this heathenish practice in Jeremiah 7:18 and 44:19.

What’s more, eggs and rabbits have nothing to do with Jesus but all to do with fertility. Rabbits procreate frequently and bring forth many offspring; eggs, of course, represent fertility too.

So Easter Sunday is the festival to worship the procreative powers of nature and has nothing in common with Christ.

Prophet Joel’s Eclipse and Blood Moon Prediction

Prophet Joel predicted the eclipse that would occur during the crucifixion.

In Acts 2:19-21 Peter quoted prophet Joel’s prophesy:

And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke:

The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come:

And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved.

Ancient historian Phlegon of Tralles (born in the 2nd century AD in the Roman Empire, modern day Turkey) in “Olympiades” writes that:

In the fourth year of 202 Olymbiad [AD 32 – 33] a failure of the sun took place greater than any previously known, a night came on at the sixth hour of the day [noon] so that stars actually appeared in the sky; and a great earthquake took place in Bthynia and overthrew the greater part of Niceaea.

Thallus wrote a history of the eastern Mediterranean world since the Trojan War. His original writings are lost, but he’s quoted by Julius Africanus, a renowned third century historian. Africanus writes that:

Thallus, in the third book of his histories, explains away the darkness as an eclipse of the sun – unreasonably as it seems to me.

Thus historians prove the incredible events that followed Jesus’ death – the darkening of the sun, the blood moon, and the earthquake that followed, which fulfilled Joel’s prophecy.

Comma Location in a Verse “Proving” Sunday Rising

Original Bible manuscripts didn’t contain commas. Therefore we do not have to agree with their placement in our English Bible translations. So the Bible verse of Mark 16:9 that’s traditionally read in this way:

Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene, out of whom he had cast seven devils.

Could also be read in this way:

No when Jesus was risen, early the first day of the week he appeared first to Mary Magdalene, (…).

…Thus denying the Sunday morning resurrection.

Conclusion and Resources

All the necessary dates confirming the full 72 hours of Jesus burial period are in the Bible. People don’t see this because they are blinded by the false doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church of “Good Friday” and “Easter Sunday”. We also may not understand the dates correctly if we are ignorant of the high feast days and the way that Jews calculated time.

Here are some good resources that may shed some additional light to this topic:

Excellent explanation of dates associated with Jesus’ death, burial and resurection: E. W. Bullinger Appendix 156: http://www.therain.org/appendixes/app156.html

Short explanation: https://www.thebereancall.org/content/august-2000-q-and-a-1

Long explanation (they mark the start of the prophesy at 3pm though, when Jesus gave up the Ghost, and I would mark it at 6pm – when Jesus was buried in the tomb): CGI.org/Three-Days

Why Hinduism Is Dangerous: Occult Spell, Phallus Worship and Demons

In this video I talk about why you should stay away from Hinduism as far as possible as those who get under its spell can only be saved by Jesus – the spell is too strong for any human to break.

What a Psychopath Told Me About Demons and End Times

In this video I talk about my conversation with a psychopath and what he told me about demons and the approaching end time events. I also talk about some characteristics I’ve noticed about him, my dream as a result of prayer, and what he said about his childhood.

The Epistle of James Is Not About Being Saved Through Works

The epistle of James was a first-century edifying letter to the Jewish Christians scattered abroad.

Those who claim that the epistle of James is about works would have to naturally conclude that the Bible contradicts itself, as salvation by grace through faith alone is mentioned in the Bible in many verses (Rom 5 6-8; Rom 9 14-16; Eph 1 7; Ex 33 19; Col 1 13-14; 2 Thess 2  16, and many other verses).

No real believer would claim that the Bible contradicts itself, as true believers know that the Bible is the word of God. Just because some people misunderstand what’s written in the epistle of James doesn’t make the Bible self-contradicting.

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Before starting my interpretation of the epistle of James, I must mention that no person can claim to know the exact interpretation of Scripture as it’s told in 2 Peter 1 19-20:

We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts:

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.

Keeping this in mind, I’m going to describe how I understand the epistle of James.

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The epistle of James has the same assertion like the writings of Paul, because both apostles stress the necessity of saving faith. Without saving faith you cannot be born again. This saving faith can also be called “living faith”.

Paul talks about the saving faith by mainly addressing the first part of it – the importance of the belief in Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection. James, on the other hand, talks about faith by mainly focusing on the second part of it – the fruits that it begets.

Indeed faith without works is dead, like James asserts, because if no change comes as a result of it, it’s not the saving faith of born-again believers. James compares such dead faith to looking at your reflection in a glass and then going your way and immediately forgetting about the reflection.

So this comparison, in my opinion, describes those people who know in their minds that one is saved through faith but it remains only head knowledge – this knowledge never becomes the living faith.

James warns his brethren not to be deceived about these two kinds of faiths. James warns them that their carnal behavior, like the discrimination between the rich and poor, is in opposition to the faith in Jesus (James 2 1-4).

James goes on to explain in James 2 8-13, according to how I see it, that if they don’t have the saving faith, they will be judged by the law, and that the law is without mercy. Thus, he encourages them to behave in a way that they be judged by the law of liberty and not the old law.

So basically James encourages his brethren not to deceive themselves about what kind of faith they have lest they find themselves not having saving faith and thus end up being judged by the merciless law that was introduced in order to convict one of sin as seen in Romans 7.

James proceeds to give examples of how one can recognize saving faith through the kind of works that a person does and the kind of behavior that one displays. For example, he mentions Abraham’s offering of his own son upon the altar (Genesis 22) according to God’s request, which was counted for Abraham as righteousness. Why was it counted for him as righteousness? Because Abraham fully trusted in God’s promise that Abraham’s seed will be continued through that son (Genesis 21), and so through his fearless and faithful action of lifting his hand to sacrifice his son he showed his total faith in God’s promise – a living faith.

So the kind of works that James lists here are not the works to prove that you deserve to be saved, but the kind of works that proceed as a result of you being already saved. It’s one thing to help someone in the hope of being considered deserving to be saved, and another – to help someone because after you were saved it’s in your nature to act this way.  So the evidence of the possession of the saving faith are the works that proceed from it.

After listing saving faith examples, James explains how to know the difference whether one lives like a man of the world or whether one lives in the spirit of Christ (James 3 14-17). He explains that being friends with the world is at enmity with God and he encourages his brethren to submit to God and resist evil.

Lastly, James encourages his brothers in faith to endure and stand firm for Jesus. He tells that when believers straighten their ways and return to the right path, through prayer his or her transgressions will be forgiven.

James finishes the epistle by noting that a person who brings a believer who has departed from the truth back to the true faith will save him from death and will hide a multitude of his sins, which is parallel to Romans 8 13 which also says that sin leads to death (physical death).

Conclusion

The epistle of James was written in order to address the faults of Jewish Christians that were scattered abroad. In the letter James explains the difference between the dead faith and the saving faith in order to make them aware of a big difference between them.

James explains that when one truly has the living faith, good works follow, and that the two, faith and works, cannot be divorced from each other in this regard.

This in no way contradicts Paul since Paul himself says that faith works by love (Galatians 5 6). The only difference between Paul and James about this subject is their approach to it: Paul focused on the importance of having faith in the Gospel, whilst James focused on the works that follow when one has that living faith.

Psychology Origins Unmasked – Occult Influence on Carl Jung’s Work

In this video I use Jung’s autobiography to prove that he was heavily influenced by non-physical entities (demons) in his writings, and discuss how his dysfunctional childhood contributed to opening up to the realm of occult as well as misunderstanding the Christian doctrine.

Saved People See Another Message in the Bible and About Seemingly Contradicting Verses

Warning: Monk Levitation and Similar Supernatural Feats Are Not What You Think They Are