Why We Must Be Perfect: Woe To The Sinners!

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  1. Enoch was removed because historians all agreed he was on Ethiopian and didn't fit the depiction of the looks of those fake ppl over there. He was the man who created the first writing and well put together literature; this book was written before the Torah and is too harsh for whitewash Christianity. I owned and read first and second Enoch and highly recommend truth seekers explore this book; this is 1 of the best gift my wife bought me.

  2. Thank you for your teaching. I don't understand why Christians will not even try to read these books. Even if it to read it and see for yourself and see. I used to wonder where the Apostles got their extra information from that we simply do not have. It wasn't until I started reading these books that I came to realise how well they connect the dots and feed you with meat. This is why I know the true Ruach Hakodesh does not flow in this religion but only in those whose hearts desire the knowledge of truth. How can you fear reading and discovering when these same people would be happy reading tons of fiction and non fiction books and watch endless films and documentaries, but can't read the book of Enoch, 2 Esdras etc to prove if they are true and inspired? How many time did Yahusha say that there will be deception in the end times and yet still they stop in their walk instead of proving what they have been taught by their preachers and pastors. Fear of Yahuah is the beginning of wisdom. Note it says it is the beginning of wisdom, so those who do not fear, have no wisdom.

  3. in your video Hebrew Israelite Errors Part 5: Using Pagan Symbols, at 12:00.

    You mention DEU 12:32, "what thing soever I command you, observe to do it: thou shalt not add thereto, nor diminish from it."" You say that the Hebrews added extras to the worship of the most high. It reminds me of how the Essene gospel of 'Christ' promotes the eating of fruits and vegetables, (Daniels diet). Didn't the savior command us our requirements to only be the holy law, and not the sacrifice of flesh? As the flesh was the requirement of moloch?

  4. Elder I live relatively well, I've been blessed with comfort not rich but I have comforts, I was born very poor but I've strived to get to the life I have. Does my comforts mean I am a sinner? While others worry about the mark of the beast right now I am young and retired and don't have employment to consider as if the Most High is sheltering me from the turmoil. I want to make sure I'm not doing well through these times because I'm a sinner and if I am I want to be more righteous.

    I know it's an odd question but I want to know.

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