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The Borders Of Christianity

Christianity is a religion based on the belief that a man given the english nickname “Jesus Christ” was a prophet of the Heavenly Father, with hint he was of divine origin.

In this post I would like to analyze a few things of Christianity and give some helpful notes of its basis.

Jesus Christ was a Jew (Practiced Judaism) he healed the sick, he preached wisdom, and he gave gifts to the poor.

Nowadays I have heard from churchly sources that Jesus was God (Yodh He Waw He) (יהוה).

Let us view a historical record found in the bible that proves Jesus was a son of the Heavenly Father and not the Heavenly Father himself.

“And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.

From that verse we know the Heavenly Father was watching over Jesus and spoke down to him and his friends from above them.

That verse is the only proof we need to know that Jesus is not the same person as the Heavenly Father. It is very directly evident.

Now the next important topic is that in churches people have begun to worship Jesus, and it seems they believe this is what he wanted, but we know Jesus was Jewish which forbids worshipping people other than the Creator, lets take a look at what Jesus thinks of being worshipped.

Luke 4:8
Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Worship only the LORD your God (Yodh He Waw He) (יהוה) and serve him only.'”

This gives us enough evidence, as historical record, from Jesus’ own speaking, that he does not wish to be worshipped, but instead wants only the Creator to be worshipped.

People who have read and or experienced the “Forgotten Books Of Eden” may have read the part where the Heavenly Father talks to Adam about how he will come down to save Adam and the Heavenly Fathers words that are written down in the book make it sound like he came down and was Jesus…

This can be confusing to a reader of both the Bible (or Tanakh) and the Forgotten Books Of Eden, however we know based on other biblical verse, it is written that Jesus was actually Adam and we can then know that the Heavenly Father was giving instruction to Adam. Let us look at a verse,

1 Corinthians 15:45
“The first man Adam became a living being”; the last Adam, a life-giving spirit.

Adam is not to be confused with Adamah.

Adam is what could be translated as the first human child of the Creator
(To Note: the bible talks of a queen of heaven, so it could be estimated as actually Adam was the 2nd Creation)

As Adam is the first of what has recently been called humanity, in the old days they were called the “Adamah” which loosely translated is Adam and the descendants of Adam.

So when 1 Corinthians 15:45 says Adam became alive and then gave his life, it is noting in the New Testament of Jesus that early in the Bible (And Tanakh) was Adam, who became alive, and then later in the book, was Adam, who gave his life.

Normally stories follow main characters.

The first 2 characters written of in the bible that are talked of by name, are the Heavenly Father, and Adam.

The New Testament is a continuation of the Old Testament, and as such continues the story of the Heavenly Father and his son Adam.

In that we can say, if the Forgotten Books Of Eden are a historical record around the time of Genesis and the Heavenly Father spoke to Adam about what Jesus would do, yet in the new testament we hear of the Heavenly Father speaking to Jesus, it can be estimated that in the Forgotten Books of Eden the Heavenly Father was giving Adam instruction as to what he should do, that came about, in the New Testament.

It is important to remember that the Forgotten Books of Eden are record of a time surrounding what has been referred to as sin and transgression.

Sin and transgression is naturally not normal, it carries in its definition that it is supposed to be strange.

Because of that, it is slightly noticeable that the Forgotten Books of Eden have some mystery as to just what really happened.

If the happenings didnt involve sin, the story would be easier to comprehend… and not require a higher amount of faith.

1 Corinthians 15:45
“The first man Adam became a living being”; the last Adam, a life-giving spirit.

“And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.

Luke 4:8
Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Worship only the LORD your God (Yodh He Waw He) (יהוה) and serve him only.'”

(The religion Jesus obeys (Judaism)
forbids worship of anyone other than the Creator
(Found within the 10 Commandments))

This was not meant to dampen anyone’s happiness, love, or faith. Jesus preached that he loved everyone (Love Thy Neighbor As Thyself), and studying Jesus’ wisdom is good, but to love him properly, accepting the suggestions he made is important, especially in that Jesus made speaking’s to obey what is in the 10 Commandments).

  The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV)
1“I am the Lord your (Creator) יהוה (Yodh He Waw He) (English Nickname = God).
2“Thou shalt have no other Creators than יהוה (Yodh He Waw He) (God).” (Worship is connected with the Creator as a thanks for our self being Created)
3“You shall not take the name of the Lord your (Creator) יהוה (Yodh He Waw He ) (God) in vain (Vain can be comprehended along with the word Vanity).”
4“Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.”
5“Honor your Father and your Mother.”
6“You shall not murder.
7“You shall not commit adultery (Fornication From Marital Relations Outside The Given Marriage).
8“You shall not steal.
9“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
10“You shall not covet your neighbor.”

The name the Creator had wrote down on the 10 Commandments given to Moses then the other Jews was יהוה which is read from right to left and it is, character by character “Yodh He Waw He

The English nickname God came about later and stems from the root word “Good”, it was meant to compliment “Yodh He Waw He“, however since it is a nickname, it is less direct and we should know the difference, יהוה (Yodh He Waw He) being his actual name.

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