Perspectives and views on various biblical topics

  1.  Textus Receptus
  2.  The Pure Religion
  3.  The Sacred Name of God Almighty
  4.  The True Name of The Messiah
  5.  About Salvation
  6.  The Lord's Prayer
  7.  What day is the Sabbath ?
  8.  What is the Sabbath Year ?
  9.  What is Love ?
10.  The Bride of Christ
11.  Where is the Ark of the Covenant ?
12.  Jews and Gentiles - Fellow Heirs
13.  End of the World Predictions
14.  Tithing - "Fleecing of the Flock"
15.  The Lucifer Hoax
16.  Exposing those who contradict
17.  School Called Life by Yvonne Kariba
18.  The Synagogue of Satan
19.  Jezebel
20.  The Jezebel Spirit


The Pure Religion

     The word "religion" is stated only five times within the bible.

     Once in the book of Acts 26 : 5, twice in the book of Galatians 1 : 13 - 14.
     Twice in the book of James 1 : 26 - 27.

     The Epistle of James was written and addressed to the twelve tribes scattered abroad.  This is not to say we can't learn from what is stated to the twelve tribes.

     I'm going to focus on James 1 : 27 since 1 : 26 obviously is in reference to Judaism.

     This verse is from the 1611 King James Authorized English Translation (this verse is not pulled out of context, it is a statement in which it therefore stands out on its own and speaks out).

     The following is stated by a Hebrew/Jew in which his religion, of course, was Judaism :

     James 1 : 27  "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction [and] to keep himself unspotted from the world."

     There you have it.  The pure religion. 

     It isn't Judaism, Islam, Christianity, New Age, Witchcraft, Satanism, Hinduism, Buddhism, et cetera; with all of their different sects and denominations with their temples, churches, synagogues etc. of which I choose not to be a part of.

     While I'm on the subject of churches, there is no one "true church".  If you look up the word "church" in a greek concordance it is derived from the greek word "ekklesia"  which means body or assembly of believers not a "church" or "temple" or any other such institution.  The true body or assembly of believers does not belong to any one sect or denomination within  a certain "church", "temple" or any other type of cult or organization.

     I'm not anti-God.  In other words, I'm totally free from religious institutions including religion in any form (other than the pure religion) with their false dogmatic teachings, superstitions, lies and thievery.  The Bible isn't a religion, it's words of truth, experience and history written by men and women inspired by God Almighty via Spirit.  I have a brain and the Holy Spirit whom teaches and guides.  Need I say more?