A lot has been said and can be said about Christianity, but what if I tell you that there is one word that tells us the truth about Christianity. One word sums it all up.
- This command is largely ignored by modern church denominations, but ignoring it ensures that we cannot be disciples of the one true Hebrew Messiah that walked this earth, Yahusha of Nazareth.
He warned us that many will come in his name saying they are he, but we must not be deceived. Modern religion has presented us with other Messiahs, who we believe are true. So, we follow what we have been given, but do we stop to figure out if we are following the one true Messiah of the bible?
Sadly, through disobedience to this command that we will look at today, we have have blocked ourselves from following the one Messiah who can save us (John 14:6).
Today, we take a look at this command and
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