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The Real Teachings of The Bible!

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Preface...... "Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: (14)
Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it. ( St. Matthew 7:13-14)
A lot of people go to church, masques, and temples to hear teachings from the Bible. The main person spoken of from the Bible is Jesus. What if the messages spoken of in the pulpits around the world in these religious gatherings is not the message of Jesus at all? Churches, masques and temples are preaching the good news, or the gospel of Jesus Christ. However, they are not preaching the gospel of what JESUS CHRIST taught. Jesus did not publicly teach to the masses His miracles, His death burial and resurrection, nor did He publicly teach a “born again” message. These messages are all good to know, but the message spoken from most pulpits is not what He preached, nor did His disciples preach.
What Jesus did teach about is the kingdom of heaven. This is what is explored in great detail in my book, “THE REAL TEACHINGS OF THE BIBLE.” The kingdom of heaven is a place. The kingdom of heaven has a culture that is identified not by a person’s outfit, or Bible they carry, but by a lifestyle that is identified within the culture of the kingdom of heaven.

This teaching of “the Kingdom of Heaven” is not a new teaching. It is not an often-taught subject. One reason it is not spoken of is, a lot of the preachers cannot preach or teach of a subject of which they have no knowledge. “Jesus answered and said to him, Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” (St. John 3:3) What Yahshua was actually saying here was /is: no man can understand the kingdom unless they are born into the country, the kingdom of God. Here in America, were born in a democratic society, not a kingdom. With this being said the understanding of living in a kingdom is not understood until now.

This religious book has 78,157 words that point the readers to destiny, contains eye- opening revelations concerning the preaching of a place called “the Kingdom of Heaven.” This book is written from a non-denominational point of view. This book will also cause many to come out of their places of congregated worship. This book will answer as to with whom to assemble, and we who worship, do we worship the same God? This book will answer marital questions, and who the King really is and the place of His children and others in his kingdom.

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