Welcome to my site. You don’t have to live with the results of other people’s thinking as it pertain to the traditions that some have put into God’s word. The King James Version of the bible is a good book, but the interpretation of the book that many preachers (not all) have passed on to us isn’t good.
How many times have you listened to a sermon of God’s word and something didn’t add up? Let’s face it, lies don’t add up to the truth, and there are many lies being taught from the pulpits. Sometimes things you hear don’t add up because your conscious spirit within is telling you that there’s more to God’s word than what’s being taught.
I ‘m here to tell you that there is more to God’s word than what many preachers (not all) are preaching from the pulpits. I don’t know which is worst, a preacher that preach lies or the person that don’t know when a preacher is lying. The two most likely have one thing in common and that is they don’t know God’s word in the context that it is written.
I want to introduce you to two books that will enlighten you on some of the most important subjects in God’s word that many preachers are afraid to talk to you about. Some preachers are taught that the congregation as a whole can’t understand some subject matters that causes them to think pass a certain grade level. Some preachers don’t talk about these subjects to their congregation because they’re taught to stay away from subjects that are controversial. I would submit to the congregation that there will always be controversy between the truth and a lie.
There are many preachers today who teach in the ministry and haven’t read God’s word in the context in which it is written. They’ll teach you what was taught to them. Why wouldn’t they when they believe it to be the truth? After all, they’ve not read God’s word in the context in which it was written. All preachers aren’t guilty of this, but many of them are and those are the ones that I’m speaking of.
A Reasonable Doubt from the Pulpit and Rapture: Who Told That Lie? You can order either one or both by clicking the link below.
What if you were taught as a child, that there was a Santa Claus, or a tooth fairy? What if you were taught from a child that there will be a rapture; and later learn that it is only taught and not written. The Twelve Disciples, Twelve Major Prophets, Twelve Minor Prophets, and even Christ Himself didn’t teach that we would be raptured out of the land for salvation. This is a fascinating book concerning the rapture. Those who plan to be taken out of the earth by rapture should read it before leaving. Somebody has been lying and I’m going to show you that lie from the Scripture.
Order your copy of “Rapture: Who Told That Lie?” by Robert Elliott at www.amazon.com