October 17, 2019

Dead Sheep Alter Vatican

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Real Time Playbook

The enemy is using this against us. The thing is you can learn the playbook and defend yourself against the enemy. Anything else is a distraction.

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Extinction Eminent..

Z=P = H2616=to bring down..

Welcome to the Twilight Sitra Achra = Otherside Human Host body chains of darkness/ligaments Zone..

Imagine if you will angels transmutated into human host bodies. Then most of those fallen ones transmutated into locust bodies with scorpion tails.. Welcome to the Twilight Sitra Achra Zone..

Extinction Eminent..

Angel Spark of Holiness clothed in Serpent Human host body skin/chains of darkness/flesh surrounding Spark of Holiness/Energy.. It’s a Child of El, it is food for Lucy.. YOU have a limited time to reconcile with EL.. Better quit fooling around.. Because YOUR spark of holy energy is whats for dinner. Ouroboros=snake eating it’s own tail.. That be us, burning out, burning up after we burned into this place.Burning man burning Awdawm-Adam.

Big brotha fallen Angel be telling you all who he is..

Extinction Eminent..

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The No Longer Censored Secret Biblical Code

Spiritual discernment. Numerical. English Anglish. Hebrew. It’s a process of unlearning relearning and reality while being taught to read all over again. If the Biblical narrative is irrelevant why is the entire world system mocking it in everything they do, in all 501c3 religions and tax paying religions like the JWs. in alleged scientific knowledge, politics, entertainment, music, history, finance, economies, corporate logos, product lines, the laws of human nature and their legalisms commandments of men. Sports. Why remove over 21 books from the Bible giving us 66 edited books? Why mock the Almighty EL in Everything they using the Bible narrative to make their point, albeit hidden upside down on coded language in plain sight of the blind masses?. Why mock H3068 EL if that God is irrelevant. The Angel of the Bottomless Pit and it’s slaves have a language and that language is fully exposed. They can no longer deny who they are nor can they hide in their secret communications. Learn the code.

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Revelation of Peter

Last night I was reading a remarkable work of Scripture from the Nag Hammadi Scriptures – The Revised and Updated Translation of Sacred Gnostic Texts. From Codex VII comes The Revelation of Peter, a most precise writing because the words come directly from Christ.

I would like to provide some of the highlights, which is difficult to do because the entire piece is a highlight. Note: Any emboldening is mine.

Jesus Christ, the Savior, and Peter were sitting in the Temple. Jesus said to Peter, “Blessed are those who belong to the Father, for they are above the heavens. It is he who through me revealed life to people from life. I reminded those built on what is strong that they should listen to my teaching and learn to tell the difference between words of unrighteousness or lawlessness and words of righteousness, which come from the height of every word from the fullness of truth. These people have been enlightened in good pleasure by him whom the principalities sought but did not find, nor was he proclaimed among any of the generations of the prophets; now I have appeared among these people as the Son of Humanity, exalted above the heavens, among a huge number of people of the same nature.”

Jesus and Peter are threatened by people coming at them with stones. Jesus reminds Peter that these people are blind and have no leader. He tells him if he wants to know what it’s like, to put his hands over his eyes and ears. At that moment Peter is blessed with the real knowledge of the Savior and because of that he understands that while he hears the voices of the priests and the scholars “praising you as you are sitting here,” he is, once again, reminded by the Savior that these people are blind and deaf. Peter is then told to, “Listen to the things I am telling you in secret and keep them. Do not tell them to the children of this age. For they will denounce you during these ages, since they are ignorant of you, but they will praise you when there is knowledge.”

Even though many will hear the Word of God and follow it, they will revert back to their “error,” as the Savior called it. Jesus tells Peter, “Those who have associated with people of error will become their prisoners, since they are without perception. But the good person, who is pure and upright, will be handed over to the dealer in death, in a kingdom of those who praise a Christ of a future restored world. And they also praise people who preach this falsehood, people who will come after you. They will hold on to the name of a dead man, thinking that in this way they will become pure, but instead they will become more and more defiled. They will fall into a name of error and into the hand of an evil deceiver with complicated doctrines, and they will be dominated with heresy.

“Some of them will blaspheme the truth and proclaim evil teachings, and they will speak evil against each other. Some of them will give themselves a name, for they stand in the power of the rulers: the name of a man and a naked woman of many forms and many sufferings. And those who say all this will inquire into dreams, and if they claim that a dream came from a demon, which is appropriate for their error, they shall be granted perdition instead of incorruption.”

“Evil cannot produce good fruit. Everything, wherever it comes from, produces what is like it. Not every soul is of the truth, nor of immortality. In our opinion, every soul of these present times is assigned to death and is always enslaved, since the soul is created for its own desires. These souls are destined for eternal destruction, in which they are and from which they are, for they love the creatures of matter that came into being with them.

“But immortal souls are not like these, Peter. Still, as long as the hour has not yet come, an immortal soul resembles mortal souls. It will not reveal its true nature: it alone is immortal and contemplates immortality, and has faith, and has desire to renounce these mortal souls.

“People do not gather figs from thistles or thorns, if they are wise, nor grapes from thornbushes. Something always stays in that state in which it exists. If something is in a bad state, that becomes destruction and death for the soul. But the soul abides in the eternal one, the source of life and immortality of life that these resemble.

“All that does not really exist will dissolve into nothingness, and those who are deaf and blind associate only with people like them.”

“Others will wander from evil words and mysteries that lead people astray. some who do not understand the mysteries and speak of what they do not understand will boast that the mystery of truth is theirs alone. In arrogance they will embrace pride and will envy the immortal soul that has been used as down payment. For every authority, principality, and power of the ages wants to be with the immortal souls that do exist. The powers have not been saved or shown the way by them, though they always have wished to become imperishable. For if an immortal soul is empowered by a spirit of thought, at once it is joined by one of those who were led astray.

Many others, who oppose truth and are messengers of error will ordain their error and their law against my pure thoughts. Since they see from one perspective only, they think good and evil come from the same source. They do business in my word. And they will establish harsh fate in which the generation of immortal souls will run in vain, until my return…”

Some will create a mere imitation of the remnant in the name of a dead man, who is Hermas, the firstborn of unrighteousness, in order that the little ones [True Believers] may not believe in the light that is. These are the workers who will be cast into the outer darkness, away from the children of light….”

“Still others among them endure suffering and think they will perfect the wisdom of the brotherhood that really exists, the spiritual fellowship with those united in communion, through which the wedding of incorruptibility will be revealed. Instead, what will appear is a mere imitation, the kindred generation of the sisterhood. These people oppress their brothers and say to them, ‘Through this fellowship our God has mercy, since salvation comes to us alone through this.’ They do not know the punishment of those who rejoice at what was done to the little ones, those who watched when the little ones were taken captive.

“And there are others among those outside our number who call themselves bishops and deacons, as if they have received authority from God, but they bow before the judgment of the leaders. These people are dry canals.”

Those who have ears to hear, let them hear.

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1 Corinthians 2

1 Corinthians 2 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

1 He setteth down a platform of his preaching,?4 which was base in respect of man’s wisdom,?7, 13 but noble in respect of the spiritual power and efficacy.?14 And so concludeth that flesh and blood cannot rightly judge thereof.

And [a]I, brethren, when I came to you, came not with excellency of words, or of wisdom, showing unto you the [b]testimony of God.

For I [c]esteemed not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified.

And I was among you in [d]weakness, and in fear, and in much trembling.

Neither stood my word, and my preaching in the enticing speech of man’s wisdom, [e]but in plain [f]evidence of the Spirit and of power.

[g]That your faith should not be in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God.

[h]And we speak wisdom among them that are [i]perfect: not the wisdom of this world, neither of the [j]princes of this world, which come to nought.

[k]But we speak the wisdom of God in a [l]mystery, even the hid wisdom, [m]which God had determined before the world, unto our glory.

[n]Which none of the princes of this world hath known: for had they known it, they would not have crucified the [o]Lord of glory.

[p]But as it is written, The things which eye hath not seen, neither ear hath heard, neither came into [q]man’s heart, are, which God hath prepared for them that love him.

10 [r]But God hath revealed them unto us by his Spirit: for the spirit [s]searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God.

11 [t]For what man knoweth the things of a man, save the [u]spirit of a man, which is in him? even so the things of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God.

12 Now we have receiveth not the [v]spirit of the world, but the Spirit, which is of God, [w]that we might [x]know the things that are given to us of God.

13 [y]Which things also we speak, not in the words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but which the holy Ghost teacheth, [z]comparing spiritual things with spiritual things.

14 [aa]But the [ab]natural man perceiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him, neither can he know them, because they are [ac]spiritually discerned.

15 [ad]But he that is spiritual, [ae]discerneth all things: yet [af]he himself is judged of [ag]no man.

16 [ah]For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he might [ai]instruct him? But we have the [aj]mind of Christ.

Footnotes:

  1. 1 Corinthians 2:1 He returneth to 1 Cor. 1:17, that is to say, to his own example: confessing that he used not amongst them either excellency of words, or enticing speech of man’s wisdom, but with great simplicity of speech, both knew and preached Jesus Christ crucified, humble and abject, as touching the flesh.
  2. 1 Corinthians 2:1 The Gospel.
  3. 1 Corinthians 2:2 I purposed not to profess any other knowledge, but the knowledge of Christ and him crucified.
  4. 1 Corinthians 2:3 He setteth weakness, against excellency of words, and therefore joineth with it fear and trembling, which are the companions of true modesty, not such fear and trembling as terrify the conscience, but such as are contrary to vanity and pride.
  5. 1 Corinthians 2:4 He turneth that now to the commendation of his ministry, which he had granted to his adversaries: for his virtue and power which they knew well enough, was so much the more excellent, because it had no worldly help joined with it.
  6. 1 Corinthians 2:4 By plain evidence he meaneth such a proof, as is made by certain and necessary reasons.
  7. 1 Corinthians 2:5 And he telleth the Corinthians, that he did it for their great profit, because they might thereby know manifestly, that the Gospel was from heaven. Therefore he privately rebuketh them, because that in seeking vain ostentation, they willingly deprived themselves of the greatest help of their faith.
  8. 1 Corinthians 2:6 Another argument taken of the nature of the thing, that is, of the Gospel, which is true wisdom, but known to them only which are desirous of perfection: and is unsavory to them which otherwise excel in the world, but yet vainly and frailly.
  9. 1 Corinthians 2:6 Those are called perfect here, not which had gotten perfection already, but such as tend to it, as Phil. 3:15, so that perfect, is set against weak.
  10. 1 Corinthians 2:6 They that are wiser, richer, or mightier than other men are.
  11. 1 Corinthians 2:7 He showeth the cause why this wisdom cannot be perceived of those excellent worldly writes: to wit, because indeed it is so deep that they cannot attain unto it.
  12. 1 Corinthians 2:7 Which men could not so much as dream of.
  13. 1 Corinthians 2:7 He taketh away an objection: if it be so hard, when and how is it known? God, saith he, determined with himself from the beginning, that which his purpose was to bring forth at this time out of his secrets for the salvation of men.
  14. 1 Corinthians 2:8 He taketh away another objection: why then, how cometh it to pass, that this wisdom was so rejected of men of highest authority, that they crucified Christ himself? Paul answereth: because they knew not Christ such as he was.
  15. 1 Corinthians 2:8 That mighty God, full of true majesty and glory: Now this place hath in it a most evident proof of the divinity of Christ, and of his joining of the two natures in one, which hath this in it, that that which is proper to the manhood alone, is vouched of the Godhead joined with the manhood: which kind of speech is called of the old fathers, a making common of things belonging to someone, with other to whom they do not belong.
  16. 1 Corinthians 2:9 Another objection: But how could it be that those witty men could not perceive this wisdom? Paul answereth: Because we preach those things which pass all man’s understanding.
  17. 1 Corinthians 2:9 Man cannot so much as think of them, much less conceive them with his senses.
  18. 1 Corinthians 2:10 A question: if it surmount the capacity of men, how can it be understood of any man, or how can you declare and preach it? by a peculiar lightening by God’s Spirit, wherewith whosoever is inspired, he can enter even to the very secrets of God.
  19. 1 Corinthians 2:10 There is nothing so secret and hidden in God, but the Spirit of God peereth into it.
  20. 1 Corinthians 2:11 He setteth that forth by a similitude, which he spake of the inspiration of the Spirit. As the force of man’s wit searcheth out things pertaining to man, so doth our mind by that power of the holy Ghost, understand heavenly things.
  21. 1 Corinthians 2:11 The mind of man, which is endued with ableness to understand and judge.
  22. 1 Corinthians 2:12 The Spirit which we have received, doth not teach us things of this world, but lifteth us up to God, and this place teacheth us against the Papists, what faith is, from whence it cometh, and what force it is of.
  23. 1 Corinthians 2:12 That which he spake generally, he restraineth now to those things which God hath opened unto us of our salvation in Christ: lest that any man should separate the Spirit from the preaching of the word and Christ: or should think that those fantastical men are governed by the Spirit of God, which wandering besides the word, thrust upon us their vain imaginations for the secrets of God.
  24. 1 Corinthians 2:12 This word (know) is taken here in his proper sense, for true knowledge, which the Spirit of God worketh in us.
  25. 1 Corinthians 2:13 Now he returneth to his purpose, and concludeth the argument which he began verse 6, and it is thus: the words must be applied to the matter, and the matter must be set forth with words which are meet and convenient for it: now this wisdom is spiritual and not of man, and therefore it must be delivered by a spiritual kind of teaching, and not by enticing words of man’s eloquence, that the simple, and yet wonderful majesty of the holy Ghost may therein appear.
  26. 1 Corinthians 2:13 Applying the words unto the matter, to wit, that as we teach spiritual things, so [must] our kind of teaching be spiritual.
  27. 1 Corinthians 2:14 Again he preventeth an offence or stumbling block: how cometh it to pass that so few allow these things? This is not to be marveled at, sayeth the Apostle, seeing that men in their natural powers (as they termed them) are not endued with that faculty, whereby spiritual things are discerned (which faculty cometh another way) and therefore they accompt spiritual wisdom as folly: and it is as if he should say, It is no marvel that blind men cannot judge of colors, seeing that they lack the light of their eyes, and therefore light is to them as darkness.
  28. 1 Corinthians 2:14 The man that hath no further light of understanding than that which he brought with him, even from his mother’s womb, as Jude defineth it, Jude 19.
  29. 1 Corinthians 2:14 By the virtue of the holy Ghost.
  30. 1 Corinthians 2:15 He amplifieth the matter by contraries.
  31. 1 Corinthians 2:15 Understandeth and discerneth.
  32. 1 Corinthians 2:15 The wisdom of the flesh, saith Paul, determined nothing certainly, no not in its own affairs, much less can it discern strange, that is, spiritual things. But the Spirit of God, wherewith spiritual men are endued, can be deceived by no means, and therefore be reproved of no man.
  33. 1 Corinthians 2:15 Of no man: for when the Prophets are judged of the Prophets, it is the Spirit that judges, and not the man.
  34. 1 Corinthians 2:16 A reason of the former saying: for he is called spiritual, which hath learned that by the virtue of the Spirit, which Christ hath taught us. Now if that which we have learned of that Master, could be reproved of any man, he must needs be wiser than God: whereupon it followeth, that they are not only foolish, but also wicked, which think that they can devise something that is either more perfect, or that they can teach the wisdom of God a better way than they knew or taught, which undoubtedly, were endued with God’s Spirit.
  35. 1 Corinthians 2:16 Lay his head to his, and teach him what he should do.
  36. 1 Corinthians 2:16 We are endued with the Spirit of Christ, who openeth unto us those secrets, which by all other means are unsearchable, and also all truth whatsoever.

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John Chapter 8

John 8 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

3 The woman taken in adultery,?11 hath her sins forgiven her.?12 Christ the light of the world.?19 The Pharisees ask where his Father is.?39 The sons of Abraham.?42 The sons of God,?44 The devil the father of lying.?56 Abraham saw Christ’s day.

And Jesus went unto the mount of Olives,

And early in the morning came again into the Temple, and all the people came unto him, and he sat down and taught them.

[a]Then the Scribes and the Pharisees brought unto him a woman taken in adultery, and set her in the midst,

And said unto him, Master, we found this woman committing adultery even in the very act.

Now Moses in our Law commanded, that such should be stoned: what sayest thou therefore?

And this they said to tempt him, that they might have, whereof to accuse him. But Jesus stooped down, and with his finger wrote on the ground,

[b]And while they continued asking him, he lifted himself up, and said unto them, Let him that is among you without sin, cast the first stone at her.

And again he stooped down, and wrote on the ground.

And when they heard it, being accused by their own conscience, they went out, one by one, beginning at the eldest even to the last: so Jesus was left alone, and the woman standing in the midst.

10 [c]When Jesus had lifted up himself again, and saw no man, but the woman, he said unto her, Woman, where are those thine accusers? hath no man condemned thee?

11 She said, No man, Lord. And Jesus said, Neither do I condemn thee: go and sin no more.

12 [d]Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am that light of the world: he that followeth me, shall not walk in darkness, but shall have that light of life.

13 [e]The Pharisees therefore said unto him, [f]Thou bearest record of thyself: thy record is not true.

14 Jesus answered, and said unto them, [g]Though I bear record of myself, yet my record is true: for I know whence I come, and whither I go: but ye cannot tell whence I came, and whither I go.

15 Ye judge after the flesh: I [h]judge no man.

16 And if I also judge, my judgment is true, for I am not alone, but I, and the Father, that sent me.

17 And it is also written in your Law, that the testimony of two men is true.

18 [i]I am one that bear witness of myself, and the Father that sent me beareth witness of me.

19 [j]Then said they unto him, Where is that Father of thine? Jesus answered, Ye neither know me, nor the Father of mine. If ye had known me, ye should have known that Father of mine also.

20 These words spake Jesus in the [k]treasury, as he taught in the Temple, and no man laid hands on him: [l]for his hour was not yet come.

21 [m]Then said Jesus again unto them, I go my way, and ye shall seek me, and shall die in your sins, Whither I go, can ye not come.

22 Then said the Jews, Will he kill himself, because he saith, Whither I go, can ye not come?

23 And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath, I am from above: ye are of this world, I am not of this world.

24 I said therefore unto you, That ye shall die in your sins: for except ye believe, that I am he, ye shall die in your sins.

25 [n]Then said they unto him, Who art thou? And Jesus said unto them, Even [o]the same thing that I said unto you from the beginning.

26 [p]I have many things to say, and to judge of you: but he that sent me, is true, and the things that I have heard of him, those speak I to the world.

27 [q]They understood not that he spake to them of the Father.

28 Then said Jesus unto them, When ye have lifted up the Son of man, then shall ye know that I am he, and that I do nothing of myself, but as my Father hath taught me, so I spake these things.

29 For he that sent me, is with me: the Father hath not left me alone, because I do always those things that please him.

30 ¶ As he spake these things, many believed in him.

31 [r]Then said Jesus to the Jews which believed in him, If ye continue in my word, ye are verily my disciples,

32 And shall know the truth, and the truth shall [s]make you free.

33 [t]They answered him, We be [u]Abraham’s seed, and were never bond to any man: why sayest thou then, Ye shall be made free?

34 Jesus answered them, Verily, verily I say unto you, that whosoever commiteth sin, is the servant of sin.

35 And the servant abideth not in the house forever: but the Son abideth forever.

36 If that Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.

37 [v]I know that ye are Abraham’s seed, but ye seek to kill me, because my word hath no place in you.

38 I speak that which I have seen with my Father: and ye do that which ye have seen with your Father.

39 They answered, and said unto him, Abraham is our father. Jesus said unto them, If ye were Abraham’s children, ye would do the works of Abraham.

40 But now ye go about to kill me, a man that have told you the truth, which I have heard of God: this did not Abraham.

41 Ye do the works of your father. Then said they to him, We are not born of fornication: we have one Father, which is God.

42 Therefore Jesus said unto them, If God were your Father, then would ye love me: for I proceeded forth, and came from God, neither came I of myself, but he sent me.

43 Why do ye not understand my [w]talk? because ye cannot hear my word.

44 Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do: he hath been a murderer from the [x]beginning, and [y]abode not in the [z]truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, then speaketh he of his [aa]own: for he is a liar, and the [ab]father thereof.

45 And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.

46 [ac]Which of you can rebuke me of sin? and if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me?

47 He that is of God heareth God’s words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God.

48 [ad]Then answered the Jews, and said unto him, Say we not well that thou art a Samaritan, and hast a devil?

49 Jesus answered, I have not a devil, but I honor my Father, and ye have dishonored me.

50 And I seek not mine own praise: but there is one that [ae]seeketh it, and judgeth.

51 [af]Verily, verily I say unto you, If a man keep my word, he shall never [ag]see death.

52 [ah]Then said the Jews to him, Now know we that thou hast a devil. Abraham is dead, and the Prophets: and thou sayest, If a man keep my word, he shall never taste of death.

53 Art thou greater than our father Abraham, which is dead? and the Prophets are dead: whom makest thou thyself?

54 [ai]Jesus answered, If I honor myself, mine honor is [aj]nothing worth: it is my Father that honoreth me, whom ye say, that he is your God.

55 [ak]Yet ye have not known him: but I know him, and if I should say I know him not, I should be a liar like unto you: but I know him, and keep his word.

56 [al]Your father Abraham [am]rejoiced to see my [an]day, and he [ao]saw it, and was glad.

57 Then said the Jews unto him, Thou art not yet fifty years old, and hast thou seen Abraham?

58 Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily I say unto you, before Abraham was, I [ap]am.

59 [aq]Then took they up stones to cast at him, but Jesus hid himself, and went out of the Temple: And he passed through the midst of them, and so went his way.

Footnotes:

  1. John 8:3 While the wicked go about to make a snare for good men, they make a snare for themselves.
  2. John 8:7 Against hypocrites which are very severe judges against other men, and flatter themselves in their own sins.
  3. John 8:10 Christ would not take upon him the civil Magistrates office: he contented himself to bring sinners to faith and repentance.
  4. John 8:12 The world which is blind in itself cannot come to have ray light but in Christ only.
  5. John 8:13 Christ is without all exception the best witness of the truth, for he was sent by his Father for that purpose, and was by him approved to the world by infinite miracles.
  6. John 8:13 Thou bearest witness of thyself which thing by all men’s opinion, is naught: and for a man to commend himself is very discommendable.
  7. John 8:14 That which he denied afore, John 5:31, must be taken by a manner of granting, for in that place he framed himself somewhat to the humor of his hearers, which acknowledged nothing in Christ but his humanity, and therefore he was content they should set light by his own witness, unless it were otherwise confirmed. But in this place he standeth for the maintenance of his Godhead, and praiseth his Father, who is his witness, and agreeth with him.
  8. John 8:15 I do now only teach you, I condemn no man: but yet if I list to do it, I might lawfully do it, for I am not alone, but my Father is with me.
  9. John 8:18 The Godhead is plainly distinguished from the manhood, else there were not two witnesses: for the party accused is not taken for a witness.
  10. John 8:19 No man can know God, but in Christ only.
  11. John 8:20 This was some place appointed for the gathering of the offerings.
  12. John 8:20 We live and die at the pleasure of God and not of men: Therefore this one thing remaineth that we go forward constantly in our vocation.
  13. John 8:21 Because that men do naturally abhor heavenly things, no man can be a fit disciple of Christ, unless the Spirit of God frame him: in the mean season notwithstanding, the world must of necessity perish, because it refuseth the life that is offered unto it.
  14. John 8:25 He shall at length know who Christ is, which will diligently hear, what he saith.
  15. John 8:25 That is, I am Christ, and the savior, for so I told you from the beginning that I was.
  16. John 8:26 God is the revenger of Christ’s doctrine despised.
  17. John 8:27 Even the contempt of Christ maketh for his glory: which thing his enemies shall feel at length to their great smart.
  18. John 8:31 The true disciples of Christ continue in his doctrine, that profiting more and more in the knowledge of the truth, they may be delivered from the most grievous burden of sin, into the true liberty of righteousness and life.
  19. John 8:32 From the slavery of sin.
  20. John 8:33 Some of the multitude, not they that believed: for this is not the speech of men that consent unto him but of men that are against him.
  21. John 8:33 Born and begotten of Abraham.
  22. John 8:37 Our wicked manners declare, that we are plainly born of a devilish nature, But we are changed, and made of the household of God, according to the covenant which he made with Abraham by Christ only, apprehended and laid hold on by faith: which faith is known by a godly and honest life.
  23. John 8:43 Or, language: as though he said, you do no more understand what I say, than if I spake in a strange and unknown language to you.
  24. John 8:44 From the beginning of the world: for as soon as man was made, the devil cast him headlong into death.
  25. John 8:44 That is, continued not constantly, or remained not.
  26. John 8:44 That is, in faithfulness, and uprightness, that is, kept not his creation.
  27. John 8:44 Even of his own head, and of his own brain or disposition.
  28. John 8:44 The author thereof.
  29. John 8:46 Christ did thoroughly execute the office, that his Father enjoined him.
  30. John 8:48 The enemies of Christ make their bravery for a while, but the Father will appear at his time to revenge the reproach that is done unto him in the person of his son.
  31. John 8:50 That is, that will revenge both your despising of me, and of him.
  32. John 8:51 The only doctrine of the Gospel apprehended by faith, is a sure remedy against death.
  33. John 8:51 That is, he shall not feel it: for even in the midst of death, the faithful see life.
  34. John 8:52 Against them which abuse the glory of the Saints, to darken Christ’s glory.
  35. John 8:54 There is nothing farther off from all ambition than Christ, but his Father hath set him above all things.
  36. John 8:54 This is spoken by manner of [a grant]: as if he had said, Be it so, let this report which I give of myself, be of no force: yet there is another that glorifieth me, that is, that honoreth my Name.
  37. John 8:55 There is no right knowledge of God, without Christ, neither any right knowledge of Christ without his word.
  38. John 8:56 The virtue of Christ showed itself through all former ages in the Fathers, for they saw in the promises, that he should come, and did very joyfully lay hold on him with a lively faith.
  39. John 8:56 Was very desirous.
  40. John 8:56 A day is a space that a man liveth in, or doeth any notable act, or suffereth any great thing.
  41. John 8:56 With the eyes of faith, Heb. 11:13.
  42. John 8:58 Christ as he was God, was before Abraham: and he was the Lamb slain from the beginning of the world.
  43. John 8:59 Zeal without knowledge, breaketh out at length into a most open madness: and yet the wicked cannot do what they list.

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John Chapter 3

John 3 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

1 Christ teacheth Nicodemus the very principles of Christian regeneration.?14 The serpent in the wilderness.?23 John baptizeth,?27 and teacheth his, that he is not Christ.

There [a]was now a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a [b]ruler of the Jews.

This man came to Jesus by night, and said unto him, Rabbi, we know that thou art a [c]teacher come from God, for no man could do these miracles that thou doest, [d]except God were with him.

[e]Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily verily I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot [f]see the [g]kingdom of God.

Nicodemus said unto him, How [h]can a man be born which is old? can he enter into his mother’s womb again, and be born?

Jesus answered, Verily, verily I say unto thee, except that a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.

That which is born of the flesh, is [i]flesh: and that that is born of the Spirit, is spirit.

Marvel not that I said to thee, Ye must be born again.

The wind bloweth where it [j]listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every man that is born of the Spirit.

[k]Nicodemus answered, and said unto him, How can these things be?

10 Jesus answered, and said unto him, Art thou a teacher of Israel, and knowest not these things?

11 Verily, verily I say unto thee, We speak that we know, and testify that we have seen: but ye receive not our [l]witness.

12 If when I tell you earthly things, ye believe not, how should ye believe, If I shall tell you of heavenly things?

13 For no [m]man [n]ascendeth up to heaven, but he that had descended from heaven, [o]that Son of man which [p]is in heaven.

14 And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must that Son of man be lifted up,

15 That whosoever believeth in him, should not perish, but have eternal life.

16 [q]For God so loveth the world, that he hath given his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth [r]in him, should not perish, but have everlasting life.

17 [s]For God sent not his Son into the world, that he should [t]condemn the world, but that the [u]world through him might be saved.

18 He that believeth in him, is not condemned: but he that believeth not, is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the Name of that only begotten Son of God.

19 [v]And this is the [w]condemnation, that that light came into the world, and men loved darkness rather than that light, because their deeds were evil.

20 For every man that evil doeth, hateth the light, neither cometh to light, lest his deeds should be reproved.

21 But he that [x]doeth truth, cometh to the light, that his deeds might be made manifest, that they are wrought [y]according to God.

22 ¶ After these things came Jesus, and his disciples into the land of Judea, and there tarried with them, and baptized.

23 And John also baptized in Aenon besides Salim, because there was much water there: and they came and were baptized.

24 For John was not yet cast into prison.

25 [z]Then there arose a question between John’s disciples and the Jews, about purifying.

26 And they came unto John, and said unto him, Rabbi, he that was with thee beyond Jordan, to whom thou barest witness, behold, he baptizeth, and all men come to him.

27 John answered, and said, A man [aa]can receive nothing, except it be given him from heaven.

28 Ye yourselves are my witnesses, that I said, I am not that Christ, but that I am sent before him.

29 He that hath the bride, is the bridegroom: but the friend of the bridegroom which standeth and heareth him, rejoiceth greatly, because of the bridegroom’s voice. This my joy therefore is fulfilled.

30 He must increase, but I must decrease.

31 He that is come from on high, is above all: he that is of the earth, is of the [ab]earth, and [ac]speaketh of the earth: he that is come from heaven, is above all.

32 And what he hath [ad]seen and heard, that he testifieth: but [ae]no man receiveth his testimony.

33 He that hath receiveth his testimony, hath sealed that God is true.

34 For he whom God hath sent, speaketh the words of God: for God giveth him not the Spirit by measure.

35 The Father loveth the Son, and hath [af]given all things into his hand.

36 He that believeth in the Son, hath everlasting life, and he that obeyeth not the Son, shall not [ag]see life, but the wrath of God abideth on him.

Footnotes:

  1. John 3:1 There are none sometimes more unlearned, than the learned: but as well the learned as the unlearned must desire wisdom of Christ only.
  2. John 3:1 A man of great estimation, and a ruler amongst the Jews.
  3. John 3:2 We know that thou art sent from God to teach us.
  4. John 3:2 But he in whom some part of the excellency of God appeareth. And if Nicodemus had known Christ aright, he would not only have said that God was with him, but in him: as Paul doth, 2 Cor. 1:19.
  5. John 3:3 The beginning of Christianity consisteth in this, that we know ourselves not only to be corrupt in part, but to be wholly dead in sin: so that our nature hath need to be created anew, as touching the qualities thereof: which can be done by no other virtue, but by the divine and heavenly, whereby we were first created.
  6. John 3:3 That is, go in, or enter, as he expounded himself afterward, verse 5.
  7. John 3:3 The Church: for Christ showeth in this place, how we come to be citizens, and to have ought to do in the city of God.
  8. John 3:4 How can I that am old, be born again? for he answereth, as if Christ’s words belonged to none but to him.
  9. John 3:6 That is, fleshly, to wit, wholly unclean and under the wrath of God: and therefore this word (Flesh) signifieth the corrupt nature of man: contrary to which is the Spirit, that is, the man ingrafted into Christ through the grace of the holy Ghost, whose nature is everlasting and immortal, though the strife of the flesh remaineth.
  10. John 3:8 With free and wandering blasts, as it listeth.
  11. John 3:9 The secret mystery of our regeneration which cannot be comprehended by man’s capacity, is perceived by faith, and that in Christ only, because that he is both God on earth, and man in heaven, that is to say, in such sort man, that he is God also, and therefore almighty: and in such sort God, that he is man also, and therefore his power is manifest unto us.
  12. John 3:11 You handle doubtful things, and such as you have no certain author for, and yet men believe you: but I teach those things that are of a truth and well known, and you believe me not.
  13. John 3:13 Only Christ can teach us heavenly things for no man ascendeth, etc.
  14. John 3:13 That is, hath any spiritual light and understanding, or ever had, but only that Son of God, which came down to us.
  15. John 3:13 Whereas he is said to have come down from heaven, that must be understood of his Godhead, and of the manner of his conception: for Christ’s birth upon the earth was heavenly, and not earthly, for he was conceived by the holy Ghost.
  16. John 3:13 That which is proper to the divinity of Christ, is here spoken of whole Christ, to give us to understand that he is but one person, wherein two natures are united, and this kind of speech men call, the communicating of proprieties.
  17. John 3:16 Nothing else but the free love of the Father, is the beginning of our salvation, and Christ is he in whom our righteousness and salvation is resident: and faith is the instrument or mean whereby we apprehend it, and life everlasting is that which is set before us to apprehend.
  18. John 3:16 It is not all one to believe in a thing, and to believe of a thing, for we may not believe (in anything) save only in God, but we may believe (of anything) whatsoever, this saith Nazianzene in his oration of the Spirit.
  19. John 3:17 Not Christ, but the despising of Christ doth condemn.
  20. John 3:17 That is, to be the cause of the condemning of the world, for indeed sins are the cause of death, but Christ shall judge the quick and the dead.
  21. John 3:17 Not only the people of the Jews, but whosoever shall believe in him.
  22. John 3:19 Only wickedness is the cause, why men refuse the light that is offered them.
  23. John 3:19 That is, the cause of condemnation, which sticketh fast in men, unless through God’s great benefit they be delivered from it.
  24. John 3:21 That is, he that leadeth an honest life, and void of all craft and deceit.
  25. John 3:21 That is, with God, God as it were going before.
  26. John 3:25 Satan inflameth the disciples of John with a fond emulation of their master, to hinder the course of the Gospel: but John being mindful of his office, doth not only break off their endeavors, but also taketh occasion thereby to give testimony of Christ, how that in him only the Father hath set forth life everlasting.
  27. John 3:27 What mean you to go about to better my state? this is every man’s lot and portion that they cannot better themselves one iota.
  28. John 3:31 Is nothing else but man, a piece of work and of the slime of the earth.
  29. John 3:31 Savoreth of nothing but corruption, ignorance, dullness, etc.
  30. John 3:32 What he knoweth fully and perfectly.
  31. John 3:32 That is, very few.
  32. John 3:35 Committed them to his power and will.
  33. John 3:36 Shall not enjoy.
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Words and Names

From the Nag Hammadi Scriptures, the Gospel of Philip, 53,23-54,5:

“The names of worldly things are utterly deceptive, for they turn the heart from what is real to what is unreal. Whoever hears the word “god” thinks not of what is real, but rather of what is unreal. So also with the words, “father,” “son,” “holy spirit,” “life,” “light,” “resurrection,” “church,” and all the rest, people do not think of what is real but of what is unreal, though the words refer to what is real. The words that are heard belong to this world. Do not be deceived. If words belonged to the eternal realm, they would never be pronounced in this world, nor would they designate worldly things. They would refer to what is in the eternal realm.”

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Yahuah/Kleck busting out Manifestations Exposing That Which Can No longer Be Concealed

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