If you're referring to my religion, all links will lead you right back to me, in Topix.Good Morning Brother..
This is very interesting. I have never heard of this but will defintly look into it.
"Mashiyachiym" is a term I invented, by adding a suffix to the term "Mashiyach." And as far as membership is concerned, I believe my wife, my children, and I, are the only members. Nevertheless, we're still disciples of our Godhead, and believe the bible is the inspired word of "God."
So that there's no misunderstanding, when I quote the terms "Christian" and "Christianity," this is to illustrate that I'm only using the term as most understand it. But, I quote these terms to identify the apostasy. In many cases, I'll use "so-called" before these quoted terms, too. And that's only because even the apostasy is called "Christian," in most cases and mainly by those outside of Christendom.Christianity may only suck because of the CHRISTIANS?? In my way of thinking anyway. It seems that Christians are getting stuck on themselves and what they DO instead of focusing on Jesus and what HE DONE for us. Something that we could never do on our own..I.E..Become Righteous before God..Focusing on sin will only make that sin grow..Focus on Jesus and that focus will Grow..God Bless You my Brother in Christ
The apostasy, indeed, exists. And most of those outside of Christendom don't differentiate between the apostasy and the true body of believers. And I can understand why they don't. As we look at our societies and accept that the moral deterioration within them is a reality, it begs to be questioned, "How?"
As the majority of the world's population consists of those that consider themselves disciples of our anointed Savior, I can't help but wonder how our societies can suffer from such unrighteous conditions. Why does unrighteousness overshadow righteousness when the so-called "righteous" outnumber the so-called "unrighteous" and unbelievers? And this is not only a scar on the face of "Christianity," either. I wonder this same thing when I consider that an overwhelming number of the world's population claims membership in at least one of the many religions and philosophies that proclaim love as its foundation. We can only come to a few conclusions as to how this is even possible.
1) The so-called "righteous" only shows love to one another and none other, which would explains why all we witness in our societies is the results of unrighteous thoughts, actions, reactions, and speech.
2) The majority of the so-called "righteous" are hypocrites and contribute to the unrighteous thoughts, actions, reactions, and speech, of the so-called "unrighteous" and unbeliever.
There is something terribly wrong with this picture. And it seems that no "Christian" wishes to even examine the assertions of others, considering the mere possibility that they, their religious leaders, and those before them, are in error. All seems aware that an apostasy is supposed to exist, but none dares examine themselves thoroughly enough to determine if they're a member, themselves. They unknowingly put all their trust in the interpretations of their so-called "teachers" and not in what's written. They seem unaware that the apostasy began even while the apostles walked among us. And the doctrines of the apostasy, indeed, infiltrated the first century Church, as well, and have found their way into our hearts throughout history. After time, any lie and erroneous doctrine can appear as truth. Imagine those that have found their way into our "churches" today, that began in the first century.
Until next time, Grace Walker...
May the shalowm of our 'Elohiym remain with you and yours.