Wednesday, June 5, 2019



I do not have to tell you the importance of the teachings of Jesus Christ.

During the time of Christ, the teachings were considered radical by the Pharisees and nonbelievers; and Christ was persecuted and condemned for it.

Today, the teachings are as relevant and at times seemingly controversial.

Controversial because of the various interpretations (by imperfect persons in search of perfection rather than the truth).

History repeat itself.  Now, false priest and ministers take the place of Pharisees dictating Christ's Laws.

The lies and hypocrisy as coverup for their sins or imperfections run amuck in todays churches and temples.

These wolves in shepherd's clothing have no moral authority to preach the Lord's Word.

Grooming sheep into sin or complicity to sin, is sacriledgious, because it leads the sheep into Hell with these false shepherds steeped in sin and sinful practices.

Sin is sin.
Hate is hate.
Abuse of power is abuse of power.

No matter the excuses, coverups or perversions of truth, these unholy and sinful practices will still be sacriledgious and unacceptable to the Lord.

What do you think is happening when a person break the Lord's Commandments to love the Lord and love thy neighbor in fellowship, in order to do harm or practice hate and sin?

True believers actually practice the teachings of Jesus Christ to love in fellowship and to treat a person how you would like to be treated.

  When a person fails to act in good faith, that person is breaking his or her fiduciary duty, word, honor and the bond of trust.   And when...