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12 Reasons Why the Holy Spirit Is Not a Person (1/3)

Most professing Christians believe that the Holy Spirit is “God Number Three” in the Trinity. While many believe this, the ultimate challenge is this: HOW can one really PROVE it beyond any shadow of doubt? Realizing the difficult challenge, some just simply accept such belief as an article of [blind] faith. But is this strategy or attitude OK?

The greater danger lurking underneath such simplistic attitude is that there is also a great ambitious Deceiver [Satan] actively doing his work of spiritually blinding people from understanding the real truths in the Bible about God (Revelation 12:9; 2 Corinthians 4:4).

Therefore, it is time we seriously and systematically analyze this mystery of the Holy Spirit once and for all. Christ assured us that the truth shall make us free [even from believing errors and rampant deceptions greatly extant in this world today]. (John 8:32).

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The 7 Biggest Lies About God and Their 3 Causes

The topic about GOD is perhaps the least understood, most debated, most confusing, and most controversial topic of all — even among Bible-believing Christians (surprisingly). Yet, it’s obviously THE most important topic! Everyone should get to know God very well.

Beliefs about God range from only one God Being to three God Beings. Which is correct? Some also contend that Jesus Christ was only a man, while others say He is also God. Which is really correct? And how can we prove these claims?

We wouldn’t be surprised if most have already made up their minds. They may not care to read any further, lest the truth disturb and contradict their long-held beliefs. But if what you believe is really true, you shouldn’t fear, because the truth will always prevail. To just intentionally ignore the subject is not intellectual honesty. Instead, it would just make Satan happy to keep humans continually blinded spiritually. Please remember that, apart from being a murderer, he is also the “father of lies” (John 8:44).

Christ said, “the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32). Even from prejudice? Let’s be open-minded before making or returning to our own conclusions.

But first, why is there so much confusion and ignorance? Let us begin to objectively examine the three most influential causes.

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Has the Sabbath Reckoning Been Lost Through History?

How can we really know that the Sabbath day today is the same seventh day in the weekly cycle as God ordained it at the beginning?

This is a secret nagging question in the minds of many, but most dare not ask. Why? The probable negative answer might simply overthrow the faith of many sincere believers. This is because many know that there were many events which happened in man’s long history, and any one of these could have moved the Sabbath off from its original seventh-day position. Among the most fundamental concerns or questions include such topics as:

  • What about Joshua’s long day in battle when the sun and moon stood still?
  • What about the time when the sundial moved back during Hezekiah’s day?
  • What about the change-over from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar?
  • Is it also possible that some people have collectively forgotten which day of the week it was?

For those convinced in observing the correct day as God commanded, how can we — in good conscience — really be sure that the day we keep has not been somehow tampered with? Do we have concrete and objective proofs and reliable evidence to really establish the true facts?

This article will honestly answer all these questions. But first, let us understand that God Himself clearly distinguished the seventh day as special, compared to all the other days of the week, for a reason. Let’s read on to the end of this article to know why.

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Was Pentecost Observance Abolished at the Cross?

Modern Christianity considers Christ’s crucifixion as THE turning point of all biblical doctrine and practice. Is this a correct teaching?

According to its proponents, all beliefs and practices from the Old Testament and continuing into the crucifixion supposedly come to a stop and are now considered obsolete when Christ supposedly said of them: “It is finished.”

(For more details, please see our article, What Was Really “Finished”?)

In this regard, let us consider the implications of this popular teaching on the particular case of Pentecost, one of the seven annual Holy Days of God originating from the Old Testament.

Because of such teaching, most modern-day Christians believe that Pentecost and all the other annual Holy Days of God — plus the Sabbath, among other practices — were already abolished at the cross. Thus, their continued observance in this New Testament era is totally unnecessary because these were already “finished and fulfilled” in Christ.

Is this popular teaching really logical and true? If the answer is yes, where is the clear biblical basis to support such teaching? What does the evidence of the biblical record really say on this matter? You might be surprised with the biblical answers when you read them.

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Did Paul Encourage Even the Gentiles to Keep the Sabbath?

Absurd? The surprising answer to this question can be found in Paul’s letter to the Colossians — when properly understood. But let us start by discussing first the common concept popularly taught in our day and age for contrast.

Did Paul really encourage the Gentiles to keep on keeping the Sabbath?

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52 Shocking Catholic and Protestant Confessions About Sunday

Most in our generation are abysmally ignorant of, and woefully oblivious to the deceptions and manipulations done in the past to change one of the most important commands of God. Surprisingly, what has happened is a direct fulfillment of Daniel’s prophecy! God inspired him long ago to predict the massive changing of the Sabbath to another very popular worship day.

But due to massive spiritual blindness and a worldwide satanic deception, the fulfillment of that prophecy has been surprisingly unnoticed even by most church leaders and Christians today. Please don’t allow yourself to be one of them. Set aside a few minutes to completely read this eye-opening article!

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Why Did Popular Christianity Replace the Sabbath With Sunday?

Did God really transfer the Sabbath to Sunday in the New Testament? What were the reasons why mainstream Christianity adopted Sunday instead of God’s Sabbath? This study will be a very interesting read.

Most Christians believe that the seventh-day of the week (later called the Sabbath) which God designated to be holy right after the creation of man — and which was observed as such by God’s obedient people for thousands of years — has been abolished and its reverence transferred to the first day of the week, called Sunday, in the New Testament era. Do you know how this happened?

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What’s the Connection Between Easter and Christ’s Resurrection?

What do popular Easter symbols like rabbits and colored eggs have to do with Christ’s resurrection? Does God have anything to say about the Easter sunrise service?

Easter is one of the most popular among traditional Christian celebrations. It’s supposed to commemorate Christ’s resurrection.

But since Easter is just the culmination of the 40-day period called Lent, we have to ask the question: Where did this entire tradition originate?

The Lenten season is preceded by Ash Wednesday, which is likewise preceded by the raucous Mardi Gras celebration, which literally means “fat Tuesday.”

Where did these strange customs come from? And WHY is fish and its popular symbol also associated with Christ?

These are very interesting and intriguing questions. They need answers, especially because they very obviously have NOTHING to do with Christ or His glorious resurrection!

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Did Christ REALLY Die on Friday and Rise on Sunday?

Did Christ lie about His death and resurrection? How does one fit “three days and three nights” into the Friday to Sunday tradition?

It is popularly believed and taught by most Christians that Christ died on a Friday afternoon, was buried just before sunset, and was resurrected early on a Sunday morning. However, Christ clearly stated that He will be “three days and three nights” in the tomb. The popular Christian belief would have us believe that Christ was only two nights and one day in the tomb (just half of the time!), contrary to what Christ said.

Since these two statements vastly differ and do not agree, we are forced to ask the question: WHO is really telling the truth? Who is blatantly lying — popular Christianity or Christ? It is high time we do a careful study into this very important subject and find out the real TRUTH once and for all.

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Where Is the Biblical Proof of Mary’s Perpetual Virginity?

Some major Christian religions firmly believe that Mary was a perpetual virgin, and ardently support the idea that Jesus was her only child. It is further claimed that even in the process of giving birth, she still somehow retained her virginity. Such tenacious belief is part of their veneration in elevating Mary to a level of holiness and sacredness. To admit that she did not remain a virgin would be an insult to the sanctity of her body which delivered the Messiah.

Considering this popular belief, it is important to determine if the Bible really supports the perpetual virginity of Mary. This topic deserves a closer look, taking into account both sides of the argument, to ultimately see what God tells us through His divine revelation in the Bible.

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