The New Testament Is Finished!

There are more important contradictions in the New Testament than the two contradictory genealogies for Joseph.

Jesus said that not the tiniest bit of the Law could be changed, and we should of course stick to that.

Christ used the Septuagint Bible and so should we.

When the Masoretes changed the Old Testament, Jerome changed the Latin Bible, and soon the Church was in the complete mess we see it in today.

In Revelation chapter 7 the tribe of Dan is omitted (present Denmark), and since the New Testament cannot even have the twelve Israeli tribes correctly enumerated it is consumed and over with.

The Levitical Priesthood is perfect according to Hebrews 7:11.

But what does Paul say in Hebrews 7:12? – “For the priesthood being changed, there is made of necessity a change also of the law”.

No thanks!

Although Jesus came from the Israeli tribe of Judah, which is a blessed tribe, it has nothing to do with the Priesthood or the tribe of Levi.

What Paul refers to as “my gospel” and “the gospel that I preach” to differentiate it from what was being proclaimed by the disciples of Jesus, has of course no place in the Bible.

It is sad the Jewish people still does not accept Jesus Christ as God and Messiah.

But we can be very lucky the Jews steadfastly renounce the New Testament, which is wrong and false, and which destroys the whole world.

The New Testament is not accurate or trustworthy at all.

According to Matthew 27:46, Jesus cried on the cross with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?

But those who stood there, said, “This man calls for Elijah”.

And yes, Jesus actually called for Elijah.

One of the Two Witnesses against the Antichrist, even Elijah, will explain that only what is the Septuagint Bible qualifies as Holy Scripture.

The New Testament is Finished!

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