Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John, and the Bible Lie
Of course as Satan does with all things he used the life of Jesus to deceive the world also. The bible is true history of Jesus and what he did, but the bible was compiled into a lie. The bible has Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John in the New Testament. That is a lie. Jesus hadn't died yet, his blood wasn't shed yet. The things that Jesus did when he was on this earth were him fulfilling the law, and the prophecies. He was fulfilling the old covenant.
Jesus was a Jew that was promised to the Jews to fulfill their Jewish covenant. Jesus didn't come to the gentiles, He didn't call any gentiles, and he didn't call a gentile apostle while he was on the earth. He was still saying it is written, it is written, because He had to fulfill all that was written, Like He said "I have fulfilled all that was written concerning me". "He came to his own and his own received him not", "Go not in the way of the gentiles but go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel." "It is not meet to take the children's (Jews) bread and cast it to the dogs (Gentiles)." Those verses tell you plainly that Jesus only came to the Jews. When it was said that he came to his own, that means he only came to the Jews. All that Jesus taught in the gospels was Old Testament. He told them to pray in this manner "thy kingdom come," So clearly the kingdom hadn't come yet. He spoke of the Holy Ghost coming, so clearly it hadn't come yet. He said keep the commandments. Pay tithes, etc. He was a Jewish messiah that came to the Jewish people, to fulfill a Jewish covenant. He had a Jewish name, He spoke Hebrew. He called twelve Jewish apostles and gave them twelve thrones to judge the twelve tribes of Israel.
When people read the gospels of Jesus as if they are New Covenant they are being lied to. The Gospels aren't to us in this day. The gospels were to the Jews that were living in the day that Jesus fulfilled the old covenant. "Though we knew him after the flesh now know we him no more". Jesus then said "it is expedient for you that I go away, for if I go not away then the comforter (which is the Holy Ghost) will not come to you". He didn't say that he just had to go away; He told them that if he didn't go away then they would not be saved.
Jesus came to the Jews. He came to fulfill their scriptures. "Think not that I am come to abolish the law, I came not to abolish the law but to fulfill it". People think that means that the law still stands. That is not true. They will use that Scripture to say that the law is not over. Jesus said "not one jot or tittle should pass from the law until all be fulfilled." "Heaven and earth shall not pass away until all be fulfilled." Again he was talking to the Jews and them only. "Gentiles having not the law do by nature the things contained in the law; these having not the law are a law unto themselves." This was also said concerning the gentiles, "That at that time you were without Christ, Being aliens from the commonwealth of Israel and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope and without God in the world." It wasn't until after the resurrection of Christ that he called the Gentiles.
The law wasn't fulfilled until Jesus rose from the dead. The things that Jesus spoke in the Gospels were concerning the Jews and their covenant. He hung on a cross and said "it is finished"; he also said "he fulfilled all that was written about him".
All of the law and prophets were about Jesus. The Jewish covenant was only about Jesus coming to fulfill their law and to bring salvation. "Lo I come in the volume of the book, it is written of me". Jesus came to fulfill their scriptures and bring them salvation. No man was ever justified by the law before Jesus; Jesus was the only man to not sin under the law. No man could ever keep the law.
The law was Holy but men were born of the devils seed. They weren't born of God. They were wicked. Therefore anytime the law killed someone the law was in the right, and the person was in the wrong. The law was Just. Their covenant was the law and until the law would be made unjust their covenant would still stand.
This brings us to Jesus fulfilling the law. How did he do it? You see Jesus had never sinned. He never did anything wrong. When the Jews Hung him on that cross and he died, it was impossible for him to stay dead, because the law was death, and had no power over him. He was just, so when the righteous law killed a holy man. Then the law was made void. The law had no power. The law was over. The law was fulfilled. Now the law cannot protect the Holy, or the innocent. This is how and why Jesus rose back from the grave. You see the power of death is in the law, "the letter kills but the spirit gives life". So when Jesus who had never sinned was put to death by the law. He couldn't stay in the ground. He wasn't guilty. Death has no power over life, and Jesus was full of the Holy Ghost, The quickening spirit of God. Not of the letter.
Satan Knew Jesus lived without condemnation. That is why Satan never quoted the law to anyone until Jesus. Satan had all people condemned under the law. When He saw Jesus wasn't condemned he quoted scriptures to Jesus to try to condemn him. You see that when Jesus died and rose again, he overcame the law, and condemnation through the spirit of the living God, and that is when the old covenant was fulfilled. That is when the law lost its power, and when sin and death lost their grip. That's when the Jewish covenant was over. Their covenant was about Jesus coming to fulfill the law. That was their promise, and that promise was then fulfilled.
Now anyone with that same spirit that was in Jesus will rise again from the grave, and have life everlasting in our new covenant of spirit and truth. "Where a testament is there must also of necessity be the death of the testator", "for without the shedding of blood there is no remission", "Take drink this is the blood of the New Testament that is shed for you". Before the cross there was no new testament. The Ark of the Covenant still had power. You would still die if you touched it unworthily. The temple was still standing, the commandments and law still held the keys to death.
When Jesus walked the earth, he said strange and unusual things. Some people thought he was crazy, or beside himself. Of course he wasn't Crazy; he was spiritual and spoke of things from a spiritual perspective. He said, "Unless you eat my flesh and drink my blood you have no life in you." "You must be born again." "If you asked of me I would give you living water." "If you have seen me you have seen the Father." Should we now then eat the flesh of Jesus, or have we seen the Father? Of course not, he was talking spiritually.
The chief priest and Pharisees did not want a king that turned the other cheek. They wanted a sword bearing king that would deliver them from the oppression of Rome. For envy they nailed Jesus to the cross.
Jesus told them, "Destroy this temple and in three days I will raise it up again." The gates of hell will not prevail. The flesh and all of Satan's men would not win over the spirit of God. The Holy Father raised him from the dead, and gave him the kingship that Satan wanted and control over the earth and all the righteous people that would live on it.
Jesus became and is the son of God, the word of God, God's chosen king. He took the throne of David. Jesus is the seed of God and the sacrifice for our sins. He is also the high priest. He fulfilled the law and then began the new covenant, of God in us, The Covenant with the Holy Ghost inside of us. As it says in Acts, chapter two verse seventeen, we are the temple of God. The old temple of the Jewish covenant was once again destroyed about forty years after Jesus died on the cross, just as Jesus had prophesied. The temple was destroyed around 70 A.D by Rome and Israel was no longer a country until 1948. Clearly the Jews killed the son of God. God has not allowed their temple of their old covenant to be rebuilt since they killed Jesus. The Ark of the Covenant has not had power since they killed Jesus. No one has died from touching the Ark of the Covenant in two thousand years. Now we are the temple, now we have the word of God in us by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit inspired the scriptures and old covenant; it gave power to the law because the law was righteous. The Holy Spirit gave power to the Ark of that Covenant which held the Ten Commandments, but that covenant was only a shadow. Jesus in the Holy Spirit fulfilled that covenant. When a covenant has to be fulfilled then it is clearly not the promise. Now we live in the new covenant. We have the laws of God in us, and not in INK or in stone. When you have the spirit in you that inspired the scriptures, then you live in the promise, and you don't need the scriptures.
Now the battle for the souls of mankind begins putting King against king, and Kingdom against Kingdom. Now we have a king without sin, the perfect sacrifice. The sacrifice accepted by the father to reconcile us back to him, back to our Creator. Jesus is the; Atonement, redeemer propitiation for our sins and the Lamb of God. He was the only one without sin, or Spot or blemish. He is the author and finisher of our faith, and our salvation.
A Note About Timothy:Paul took and circumcised him because of the Jews; his father was a Greek and his mother a Jew. To the Jews I became as a Jew that I might gain the Jews. Paul said if you be circumcised Christ shall profit you nothing. Timothy had lived under both covenants, the Holy Scriptures and the Holy Ghost. The gentiles had never been under the Holy Scriptures. All scriptures are given by inspiration of God and they are profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction and instructions. Son Timothy, Holy Scriptures were a school master until Christ, but they will not redeem you or give you the gift of the Holy Spirit or make you a part of the resurrection. 1 Timothy 4:14 Neglect not the gift that is in you. 2 Timothy 1:6 Stir up the gift of God which is in you. 2 Timothy 1:14 The Holy Ghost which dwells in us. Timothy was a man who had lived under two covenants, the Holy Scriptures (law), and the Holy Ghost (grace).