August 20, 2017

“What is truth?”

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“What is truth?”—Pontius Pilate

“Thou sayest that I am a king. To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth. Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice.”—Yeshua, the real Christ, not the long haired guy signing the COSMOS HORUS SUN behind his head false Christ the “Coercive Church” uses to fool it’s flock with..

The truth is Yeshua the real Christ was a king of a government and though His kingdom was not a part of the “world” of Pontius Pilate and Rome, it was here at hand. Yeshua did not preach some Sunday go to meeting Church. He preached and appointed a kingdom. The early Church provided the entire social welfare for a society that not only believed in Yeshua the real Christ but also in doing and living His way of love and mutual service. The Real Church of Yeshua, his Kingdom was a government but it was not coercive in the performance of its responsibilities of caring and providing the charitable social welfare needs of the people. Such as forcing taxation of any kind upon His society unlike this miraculously arisen from the dead Roman society we see today that many people are dissatisfied with, and justly so.

Rome, Herod, and the Pharisees, including many of the other governments surrounding the Mediterranean, had extensive social welfare systems. Roman free bread and circuses spread to Judea, and Augustus was loved for his benefaction by many of its citizens. Same model of coercive taxation in use today. In short, Yeshua is looking for free will offerings from the heart. Rome intends to force all to do the right thing.

The best day of my life was when I finally grasped the difference between Yeshua’s prescription of free will offerings, and Rome’s anti Yeshua coerciveness. The Kingdom of Yeshua was a system of faith which required hope and charity in love, not force.

Is there a lawful exemption from modern day force recognized by our modern day Pontius Pilates in these various jurisdictional districts? Absolutely. Can the blind see the relief they seek? No.

But, when a blind man finally sees the true light in this world of darkness, He will then enjoy his next best day in his entire life here in this war of the worlds… Those are joyous days a truth seeker never forgets, when his lost brother returns home…

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