Note: You might need to read the 5 foundational lectures first to completely understand this article.
Hello world, you’re unto chapter 2 of the B.I.B.L.E Series (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth Series) brought to you by TheTrueacademy. The B.I.B.L.E Series is presided over by none other than the last messenger of God to the world in these last days “Sherry Shriner”- sent to prepare the world for the end. Get to know her, she’s nice [www.facebook.com/sherry.shriner] (better yet see the very first article of the series to read her biography). And in here, we are Christlike but not Christians and completing our 5 foundational lectures reveals exactly why we stick to the Bible as the only scripture on earth.
Everything you will discover in this series are secret truth “plainly” revealed to Sherry Shriner alone, not necessarily because she’s the smartest person in the room but because of the purpose she was sent here to fulfill- to lead the people back to the Father. The write-up below is only an introduction to her revelations which are discussed in detail in the links presented just after the conclusion. The write-up below is nothing but a thriller, the real story is presented in her links down below.
With the B.I.B.L.E Series, TheTrueacademy tries to serve you the truth in the most comprehensive manner possible, but you have to pay close attention still because knowledge is never free; if you don’t pay attention, nothing you discover here will make the tiniest bit of sense. Links again will be presented at the bottom of all the chapters of this series to help clarify the message as titled. Be blessed as you stay with us.
We learnt in the previous chapter about the believers first being called Christians in Antioch and we mentioned that only the Greek/Roman believers went by that name, with the Jewish believers sticking with the name “the disciples of the way”. And we mentioned that the reason why the Jewish believers would not call themselves Christians was not merely because the term “Christian” (derived from the Greek word “Christianos” meaning follower of Christ) was a Greek title but because the Christians were not believers like they were. Well, what kind of believers and followers of Christ were they? Here we answer that question.
The Christians of Antioch were believers of Paul and not Christ for Paul who against Christ taught against the law [Rom 6:14] conned the people and asked his followers to imitate him just as he imitates Christ, but Paul never was imitating Christ so his followers consequently embraced a way of life that was indeed opposite to that of Christ. They remained oblivious to this fact though and all the way thought they were indeed being Christ-like. Christians are not Christ-like, they are Paul-like. They don’t practice Christianity, they practice Paulainity.
Some wonder why Christians fidget whenever they hear the word LAW, Christians somehow believe the law was replaced with grace and they pin this on Yahushua/Jesus, clueless to the fact that Yahushua/Jesus taught the exact opposite of that notion of theirs in [Matt 5:17]. It was Paul who taught against the law not Yahushua/Jesus. Christians have been brainwashed by the teachings of a snake called Paul so bad that they fail to realize that Christ who never taught anything without a parable actually told a parable warning us about Paul. Please pay attention.
Yahushua/Jesus said even as it is written that man must live by every word that comes out from the mouth of the Lord [Mt 4:4].
Yahushua/Jesus is the Lord- though in flesh [Joh 1:14], so the phrase: "every word" in Point 1 is invariably referring to all the words Yahushua/Jesus himself speaks.
Yahushua/Jesus made it known that only the Apostles among every other men could and can rightly bear him witness, that he is true, specifically because they have been with him from the beginning [Joh 15:27]. This point means that in order of reverence, the words of the 12 Apostles who walked with the Messiah come next to those of the Messiah. If one at any time finds the words of Yahushua/Jesus confusing, that person is scripturally admonished to look first to the 12 Apostles before any other fellow.
Yahushua/Jesus the Lord said if you love me, keep my commandments [Joh 14:15; 15:10], for those who are curious and ask, what commandments? The apostle John (one of the 12 who can authoritatively confirm the words of the Messiah) said the old one (the Mosaic Law) [1 Jn 2:7; 2:24; 3:11; 2 Jn 1:5-6].
Just in case this statements of the Messiah and of Apostle John are not clear enough still, John the Apostle, with the rest of the 11 (all of who can authoritatively confirm the words of the Messiah) most definitely accepted this word of the Lord as true and thereby cautioned us not to accept anyone who doesn’t [2 Jn 1:1-11]. So far so good, all seems to be going well.
Out of the blue, Paul comes along and drops the bomb saying that though all things are lawful for him, they are yet not expedient (necessary) for him, and he will personally not be brought under the power of any law [1 Co 6:12], so saying, he made the keeping of the law OPTIONAL AND NOT NECESSARY. A seemingly cunning evil act the Messiah himself had once accused the Pharisees of exercising- working to make God’s law of non-effect [Mt 15:1-6].
It is easy to disregard this observation as petty and futile because we read in [2 Tim 3:16] that all scripture were written by the inspiration of God, but have we noticed that nowhere in the Bible were we ever told that all scripture were compiled into one book by the inspiration of God? Open your eyes people, the scripture existed as separate scrolls when Paul made that statement in [2 Tim 3:16] only later becoming bound as one book called the Bible about 260 years later.
Paul’s number one object of hate is Yahuah’s law and we are not here to reinvent the wheel for Sherry had long laid out the truth about Paul in her website: [justgivemethetruth.com], TheTrueacademy has also done the same here: [thetrueacademy.com/help-pastor.php]. Kindly check those out after reading this if you will, for now, we’ll just provide us basic truths about Paul which will further help us grasp deeper secrets about him.
Christians view grace like a magic word that can’t be explained like their false doctrine of the trinity. Little do they know that the mystery they sense surrounding the word “grace” comes from their vain attempt to harmonize Paul’s lie with Christ’s truth. It’s like smashing an unstoppable force unto an unmovable object- coming up with a definite resultant effect of the clash will appear mind-boggling.
Paul introduced a new gospel into the scriptures different from Christ’s and like Christ never did, he called it “my gospel” [Tim 2:8]. This gospel of his made all things lawful but not expedient (necessary) [1Cor 6:12]. Meaning his gospel says “do what thou will”- another way of saying “be lawless”, but smart Paul of course didn’t call this deceit of his “lawlessness”, he called it grace. So when you tell a Christian to define for you grace, they immediately begin to define lawlessness but with beautiful terminologies. Christians of course know that grace mean lawlessness but they have to think up pleasant ways to say this because they know it too that lawlessness is indeed not of God. This is why their grace never seems to have one meaning.
The scripture says grace is a merciful kind of favor but Christians keep having a hard time coming up with one meaning for their grace. Their grace can make them break the law today and transform Sunday into the new Sabbath day but you never know, this same grace can make them want to keep the law and collect tithes tomorrow. The meaning of the Christian grace is therefore simple- DO WHAT THOU WILL. But God’s grace is something else, “it is a second chance to do right which specifically is to keep the law”- as opposed to metering out due punishment for one not keeping the law. If you don’t get this, then you’re trying really hard to be dumb.
The Christian grace itself is however a dumbing agent for by it meaning lawlessness, it blurs out all the words of the Bible which itself is a book of law, and makes the Roman Christians see the scripture for what they want it to be and not for what it really is. This is the greatest problem the Roman Christian has with understanding the Bible.
[Psa 19:7] The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple-
When you say something is perfect, you actually mean two things. You mean that this thing cannot be improved upon neither should it be discarded for perfect means “ideal”. Taking this point to be true, common sense therefore reveals that the law of God ought to never be changed or discarded, just like the perfect God never changes or dies.
[Isa 42:21] The LORD is well pleased for his righteousness' sake; he will magnify the law, and make it honorable-
When you magnify a thing, what you’re doing is reverencing the thing. To magnify means to reverence, hallow and to exalt. Taking this point to be true, common sense therefore reveals that without necessarily upgrading the law, the law of God would one day be reverenced, hallowed and exalted above what it used to be as opposed to it being discarded and abolished, just like we reverence, hallow and exalt the heavenly Father whenever we worship Him without necessarily adding anything to Him or making Him less of who He already is.
[Mat 5:17] Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill-
If the fulfillment of a thing did not discard the thing and affect it in any negative way, it therefore means that this fulfillment was either neutral in effect or was positive in effect. Seeing that God does not do anything without a reason [Jer 26:3], He therefore couldn’t have sent Christ to come down here for naught consequently affecting the law in a neutral way, but had to have sent him down for a purpose of which one of positivity becomes the only conclusion we have left to make. Christ therefore came to affect the perfect law in a positive way.
If points 1 and 2 are taken to be true, it would therefore mean that the positive effect point 3 speaks about cannot be one of making better the law which itself is already perfect, but is one of magnification and exaltation of this perfect law. If you don’t agree with this, please take it up with common sense.
[1Jn 2:7] Brethren, I write no new commandment unto you, but an old commandment which ye had from the beginning. The old commandment is the word which ye have heard from the beginning-
This point of course agrees with points 1 to 3, in that a law which is already perfect can only be magnified and exalted rather than improved upon or discarded which is exactly what Christ insinuated he came to do. It therefore goes without saying that even after Christ left, the law was to remain as it was and was not be transformed into anything new. It is in this light that all “seemingly brand new laws” of the new covenant should be understood:
But take diligent heed to do the commandment and the law, which Moses the servant of the LORD charged you, to love the LORD your God, and to walk in all his ways, and to keep his commandments, and to cleave unto him, and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul. [Jos 22:5]
The greatest commandment in the Old Testament was not anything less than love, hello!!! Christians who use [Mat 22:37-40] as justification for hating the law are reading the bible upside down; they need to flip it over.
We can go on and on but you get the point. There is essentially no new law different from the old one, if you think otherwise; you simply don’t yet understand the scripture.
[1Jn 3:4] Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law-
How Christians can read that verse up there and still go ahead to backstab the law sending it into exile and abolition boggles my mind so much that I have to conclude that it is Yah Himself who is personally keeping their understanding shut. You preach in church every single sun-god day that sin is going against the law but yet you abolish this law and want to walk around like you’re not a sinner, I don’t get it; someone who does should help a brother out. I’ma just move on to point 6.
[Rom 6:15] What then? Shall we sin, because we are not under the law, but under grace? God forbid-
Here we go again. If it is true that sin is the transgression of the law, then the verse up there is simply asking this:
This is common sense right here letting us know that grace and law are not opposites and therefore do not cancel each other out. This is common sense letting us know that grace and law are actually supposed to exist “simultaneously”. It’s funny though that this truth is coming from Paul who hates the law but God works in mysterious ways right? Anyway, If we are not to expect grace to abound after doing away with the law, then it means that grace must only therefore abound when we keep the law right?. Unfortunately, some Christians can’t read and will keep searching for divine intervention where common sense alone is required. Or maybe they have fallen for Paul’s cunning speech [Rom 6:14-15] which doesn’t seem to make any sense- if you think about it.
And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me and keep my commandments [Deu 5:10]
Those who can read understand that by the verse up there, grace which means “mercy” and favor was actually only promised to those who keep the law. Wake up folks.
[2Pe 3:15-16] And account that the longsuffering of our Lord is salvation; even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you; As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction-
Christians might not have noticed this, but it appears that every single scripture they often confidently pull out to justify their claim that the law has been abolished is always one of Paul; you think that’s a coincidence? Na. That’s because Paul was a false Apostle who alone preached against the law. His writings were divinely permitted to find their way into the Bible so the Father could test those who claim they love Him and it’s just sad the bulk of the bride are failing this test.
Paul is the forbidden fruit in the garden of the Bible. Let that sink in quick because there is no more time to play dumb. [2Pe 3:15-16] above is one scripture your pastor does not want you to know (for those of them who know). This secret scripture reveals the head apostle of Christ giving the brethren a word of caution regarding reading the words of Paul without understanding and discernment. I’ll simply reiterate the warning of Peter, “Before you read a book of Paul, don’t just pray for discernment, actually free and open your mind and permit the Holy Spirit to teach you something new”. A word is always enough for the wise.
[Isa 8:20] To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.
The book of Isaiah [8:14 to 22] speaks futuristically about the coming Messiah (it called he) and the gospel (it called the testimony). The chapter then says in verse 20 that "To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them."
QUESTION: Is there therefore any light in the lives of the mainstream church pastors who accept the testimony (gospel) but reject the law? A question lawless Christians can’t answer or maybe, don’t want to answer.
The message is clear for those who have eyes to see and ears to ear. There is only one Nigerian I know that preaches this truth (Femi Aribisala) and I plead with the reader to direct me to anyone else they know who also preaches same- in the comment section; Femi however does not have the whole picture, Sherry Shriner- the last messenger to the world in these last days is the one who does, she's God’s mouthpiece on earth in our time who the church does not want you to know. She has plainly revealed the truth about Paul a long time ago- opening my eyes to this grand deception perpetuated by the church.
She reveals the truth- that Paul is false because he taught against the law- something Yahushua never did. As she rightly says- throw out the 13 books of Paul off the Bible today and watch the scripture begin to make sense. The believers of the way follow Christ who is the way and guard the law of God which is perfect just like God is. Christians follow Paul and use grace as an excuse to be lawless just like Paul was. Paul is the author of confusion in Christianity; Paul is the endorser of denominations of the body of Christ. Paul is the test of God to see how much we as believers really know and love Him.
Quit playing games with your lives folks. Quit the ignorance. Kill your pride and stop the hypocrisy. Open your Bibles and read it for once and stop listening to the empty words of your dumb sell-out Pastors. Paul is a false Apostle of Christ. Get it quick for judgment is at the door.
If you indeed care about truth and the souls of men, you’d share this message or article with all. Yah bless you very much as you do so and thank you for reading.
Sherry’s website revealing the truth about Paul [justgivemethetruth.com]
Sherry reveals where exactly the churches went wrong [backtoyahweh.com/sherry/churches.html]
Sherry made a video revealing the truth about Paul [youtube.com/watch?v=2lAQcYeYU4g]
Sherry’s recommended videos that reveal the truth about Paul [youtube.com/watch?v=lhxm4_1G5Kw&app=desktop]
Sherry’s recommended videos that reveal the truth about Paul [youtube.com/watch?v=3YjnMdjLde0&feature=related]
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