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EDITION 2; VOLUME 22 - Personal Bible Study Guide. Learn how to make the scriputures come alive. This guide is in its second printing it is small but straight to the point.

Are we to ignore the scriptures from the Old and New Testament?

*Jeremiah 31:34 And they shall teach no more every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying, Know the Lord: for they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest of them, saith the Lord: for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.
*Hebrews 8:11 And they shall teach no more every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying, Know the Lord: for they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest of them, saith the Lord: for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.

         As odd as it may sound the title and subtitle in this article cannot be ignored. If it be ignored; the process of sweeping scriptures under the rug begins. How often does it occur? We sweep scriptures under the rug all the times on account of not having the knowledge to interpret nor the fortitude to study.
      In bringing this topic recently to friends and colleagues; they didn't know these scriptures existed. In all my years being affiliated with the Baptist church not one time was I ever told that the bible contained such scriptures. Now as they seems to come to light I am being given watered down interpretations as to there meanings. One thing for sure until the church get away from all the Old Covenant Pomp and Pageantry  we will never realize or baste in the Glory of the new and better promises that God has given.              

              How do we still revel in the ways of the Old Covenant Rituals? Nearly everything that goes on in church on Sundays mornings are patterned after activities that took place in Herod's Temple that was destroyed by God in 70 AD. God saw fit to put an end to the temple and all the activities that took place therein. How can one hold fast his profession of Faith if he has to go to church every Sunday to renew a quenched spirit. The ways of the Old Covenant called for a remembrance of sin. However, God gave us a new Covenant that no longer remembered our sin. But when we go to church on Sunday we are reminded of our sin and some even confess the same sin every Sunday. God gave Jeremiah  a vision of the New covenant (Jeremiah 31:34) that would do away with the remembrance of sin. Then years later the writer of Hebrews again reiterates that promise(Hebrews 8:11) as coming into fruition. Both of the scriptures are written above and they were both written almost word for word. These are promises that God has given and we  cannot gain the concept of this if we are still trying to live under the Old Law where God had no satisfaction of those things. Hebrews 8:11 .......... I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.
            When we remember our sin we bring it up just like the priest did once a year in the Temple during the days of atonement. God did away with that system. Why can't we just let it die instead of practicing those principles when we gather. Let's be compassionate and look at the Passages/scriptures below: These are taken from the book of Hebrews: Hebrews 10:8 Above when he said, Sacrifice and offering and burnt offerings and offering for sin thou wouldest not, neither hadst pleasure therein; which are offered by the law; 9:Then said he, Lo, I come to do thy will, O God. He taketh away the first, that he may establish the second. 10:By the which will we are sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all.
11:And every priest standeth daily ministering and offering oftentimes the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins: 12:But this man, after he had offered one sacrifice for sins for ever, sat down on the right hand of God; 13:From henceforth expecting till his enemies be made his footstool.

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Other articles in this issue: 

*The Church building is ruining the Body of Christ(Featured Article)-This articles explains how the church building has become the cancer to destroy the body of Christ. ********************************************************************************************************





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Where is the True Church

Colossians 1:18 And he is the head of the body, the church............

Ephesians 4:4 There is one body, and one Spirit,..................

         Most denominations consider their organization as being the True Church.  Have you ever wonder why there are denominations? If the Bible tells me there is but one Church; why do Christians subscribe to denominations? I can't help but wonder if we are true to ourselves. It seems as if we ignore scripture just for the sake of tradition. Not only are we reared in tradition; most Christians perpetuate traditions. If we continue tradition; there is no longer one body. This action will disavow all scripture that has been written for the edification of the One Church; where Jesus is the head. Therefore Christians as a whole do not believe in the infallibility of the scriptures. Since there is apparently more than one church in our midst; which Church is the True Church?
                To find the True Church is actually an easy Job. The True Church is very recognizable because it is the One Church where Christ is the Head.  Colossians 1:18:And he is the head of the body, the church. However, today we find that many churches while subscribing to many different Christian denomination, have varying heads. Some are called presidents, pope, pastor, bishop, apostle and others. Through the years, these denominations of religion will have many heads. Each of these denominations are govern by their own ideas and principles. These ideas and principles negates Christ as being the head thereby rendering them not part of the True Church. Spiritually speaking, the church is the body of Christ. In a body there is unity and harmony. Different denominations do not promote harmony. There is no unity in different denominations.
               I would like to use The Roman Catholic Church and the Southern Baptist Church as good examples of two different denominations with two different heads. The Roman Catholic Church has the Pope. It has been documented that under each new Pope there is a distinct different in the interpreting of the canons. In the Southern Baptist Church each head that comes along declares to run things differently by their own interpretation of the scriptures. 2 Peter 1:Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.  Do you see the hypocrisy here? Do you see how Jesus has been removed from being the Head of the Church? The point I am trying to make is that with different heads there will always be different policies and beliefs.  Jesus Christ is the head of the Church. He is its only head. Heb. 13:8 "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever." I could cite more examples by referring to other religious denominations, but I have made my point. When human heads are led to govern our religious paradigm, they will change. We cannot depend on constant change. The need is for consistency and faithfulness. The spirit in whom we can put our full faith and confidence can only be Jesus Christ.                   

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Other articles in this edition:

*GOOD NEWS-SATAN HAS BEEN DESTROYED(featured article) - A powerful and compeling article that shows how the bible explains that the destruction of Satan has occured over two thousand years ago. a must read article.

*The Enemy of God- Find out who or what is the enemy of God.

* THE LITTLE HORN(MAN OF SIN)+(ANCIENT OF DAYS)- Ever wondered who the MAN OF SIN was/is? This isssue expounds on the MAN OF SIN with scripture taken from the book of Daniel. *********************************************************************************************************




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Knowing Bible Prophecy and False Prophets


                 Bible prophecy, falls into three main categories. The first was prophetic teachings of the past which require divine wisdom and revelation to know the truth of such happening. The creation of the world and mankind falls into this category. Only by divine revelation do we know God created the world because there were no human beings around to witness it. Although Archeologist records reveal evidence of the creation; still there is no clear records to prove when and how did it happen. Moses with divine revelation from God was able to record in the book of Genesis that which dialogue the creation/beginning of the world.
      The Bible gives us information pointing backwards to reveal such prophetic information that cannot be acknowledged nor was witnessed by man. The bible tells us that the "heavens declare the glory of God" Psalms 19:1. The creative work of God is revealed in the Bible, such chapters as Genesis, Exodus, and the Psalms.
           The second category of Bible prophecy was current history prophecy.  This prophecy was uttered by the prophets who lived among the people. They spoke ecclesiastic prophecies about events which were at issue to the every day lives of the populate. These prophecies can be recognized when reading about the Exodus when Moses spoke to Pharaoh and Israel. The events were present-day and occurring in the present moment. Such prophets and prophecies were needed to maneuver the people in their walk with God without that of a  written disclosure. They were not focused on the future except in the immediate future. These prophets also served the kings of Israel to help them fight the battles against their enemies and to govern their kingdom. One example is that of Samuel's work among Saul and David. So was Nathan. The full list of prophets named in the Bible were there to serve the existing generations in which they reside.
    The third category was Eschatological. These were bible prophecies yet to be fulfilled. These known today as end times bible prophecy. The prophets beginning with Moses wrote of events which would occur in what the Bible calls the last days. They involve the following categories:
*The coming of Christ (incarnation and parousia) *The end of the world
*The establishment of the eternal kingdom   *The resurrection of the dead
*The judgment in the last days.
These are the prophecies that most of the church today considers to have not yet been fulfilled. However, with a proper biblical hermeneutic it becomes evident that these prophecies have been fulfilled and give to reason that there is no need of modern day prophets of God. All prophecy has been fulfilled and the office of prophecy has been closed by God. Luke 21:22. ......all things which are written may be fulfilled.
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Other articles included in this edition:
*No more Prophecy; no more Dreams and Visions; no more Prophets(featured article) - See how the bible explains that there are no more Prophets of God living today. God said the office of prophets are closed.
*THE DISCIPLE JESUS LOVED- So you thought the book of John was writtten by Disciple John. Don't bet any money on it before reading this article.
*MOVE ON TO PERFECTION-Still bogged down in the Old Covenant rituals? Read this article and see why you should move on to perfection.

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The bible teaches no end to the literal physical earth
           Nearly every year some false prophet comes along and predicts the end of the world. To some this may be frightening; to others there is great speculation; and to those who study their bible it is utter non-sense. The avid bible student knows that the bible does not teach an ending to this literal physical earth. However; the majority of the Christian population believes that the world will come to an end someday. They get this motion from reading the bible because of the mere fact very few ever study the bible. The only way to get the true meaning of the book is to study it and not simply read it. Even in the corporate world those who receive contracts cannot get the real meaning of a contract unless they study it. To just read a contract could bring about unwarranted consequences that could be avoided if time was given to studying it.                                              
            Let's say that the bible is the contract that God has given to mankind. It would take to reason that I must study that contract(bible) to get the true meaning. In the majority of my ideology I give credence to the notion of study, study, and more study. There is no way to gain the knowledge that God anticipated for us to have about His book from just listening to a preacher every other Sunday and calling that biblically sound understanding. No way.
         In this edition of THE REDEEMER you will find the tools to help you understand the logic behind the physical earth never having an ending. I guarantee this edition will make more sense to you than anything you ever read. However; you must take time to study. This edition will help bring the scriptures alive to you.
            Most Christians like to say "no man know the day or hour" when the world will end.  Often times this is quoted from Matthew  Mat 25:13: Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh. Howbeit; most Christians like to associate the Return of Christ with the end of the physical world. The bible does not teach that. What the bible does teach is that Jesus' return is associated with the end of the Old Covenant age and when the power of the Holy people was scattered(Daniel 12-7). There was but one Holy people and there was one Old Covenant age. Both of which came to fruition in 70 AD when the Roman army scattered the power of the Holy People. The power of the Holy people being scattered thereby bringing the demise of the Old Covenant ways and ushering in the New Covenant expectations which are so eloquently published in the book of Hebrews. God promised a New Covenant thereby doing away with the Old. Hebrews 8:13 In that he saith, A new covenant, he hath made the first old. Now that which decayeth and waxeth old is ready to vanish away. The Old Covenant world/age is the world that no man knew the hour or day when it would end. Jesus did give us the generation that it would happen in and of course it ended in Jesus generation along with the first century Christians. Matthew 24:34 Verily I say unto you, this generation shall not pass till all these things be fulfilled. Clearly when this verse is read in its proper context (especially to whom Jesus is speaking to); there is no doubt that Jesus meant His generation.
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Other articles in this edition includes:
*HEAVEN AND EARTH HAS PASSED AWAY-See how the Church ignores Jesus' words for a lack of understanding.
*WHAT OR WHERE IS HELL- What is the bible's perception of Hell's fire? Does the bible really get the attention it needs when it comes to this subject?

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          The problem that most of the Christian world has when it comes to reading about the Abomination of Desolation is that most do not go back to the origin of the prophecy. the majority do not go back to see that Daniel really set some clear parameters as to when the Abomination of Desolation would take place. Those parameters that Daniel spoke of was honored by Christ in Matthew 24; but yet they are ignored by the Church today. 

      Reading and studying along with this article will let you see and realized the Abomination of Desolation is a far gone conclusion. If you believe that there is a future occurrence of the Abomination of Desolation; after reading this article you will have a change of heart.


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 All articles in this magazine are written in whole or part by Dr. Otis T. Williams Sr. Th.D.....© 2014 These articles are the literary properties of Otis Media Publications Syndication Inc. ©

Modern Day Tithing is Not a Commandment From God?

      This edition of THE REDEEMER is dedicated to the subject of Tithing and how churches should get away from the far removed principles of the Old Mosaic Covenant. This expose is not to offend but to shed light on a subject that so many have questions concerning its nature. If this exposition can get one person to study then I have done my job.

      The capacity to educate is being ignored in churches. There should be no differences in understanding any subject matter in the Bible. The entire Church should be on one accord with all subject matter by now. Maybe the Church today uses Tithing as a misnomer to its giving. As one reads this edition of THE REDEEMER maybe he or she will come away with a refreshed idea on Tithing and understand that Tithing(modern) is not a commandment from God. Not Tithing will not bring about the dreaded curse of Malachi 3:9.

Foreword by Dr. Otis T. Williams Sr. Th. D.

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