As you may have seen, there is a lot of news about people being beheaded for their faith, or simply because certain Muslims see their victims as their enemies. Both the Bible and the Quran speak of beheading people, but with vastly different viewpoints. The Bible says Christians will be beheaded, while the Quran says nonbelievers will be beheaded. With many saying that Islam has been taken out of context by radical nutjobs, I thought I would take the Quran by its word. Here are some verses from Satan’s book:

2:191 “And kill them (infidels) wherever you find them, and drive them out from where they drove you out, and persecution is more severe than slaughter, but do not fight with them at the Sacred Mosque until they fight you inside it. But if they do fight you, then slay them; such is the payback of the nonbelievers.”

9:5 “When opportunity arises, kill the infidels wherever you see them”

5:33 “Maim and crucify the infidels if they criticize Islam.”

47:4 “Do not hanker for peace with the infidels; behead them when you catch them.”

8:12 “Terrorize and behead those who believe in scriptures other than the Quran.”

8:60 “Muslims must master all weapons to terrorize the infidels.”

So when you hear those who say Islam has been hijacked by those who pervert the religion, keep these verses in mind. All that these Islamic terrorists are doing is doing their god’s service right from the book. Are all Muslims evil? No, they’re not. God has put a spirit of loving the neighbor inside everyone, which is a law that all have been judged by for generations. Romans 2:12-16 says “For as many have sinned without the Law shall also perish without the Law: and as many as have sinned in the Law shall be judged within the Law.” “(For not the hearers of the Law are just before God, but the doers of the Law shall be justified.” “For when the Gentiles, which do not have the Law, do by nature the things contained in the Law, these not having the Law, are a law unto themselves.:” “Which shows the works of the Law written in their hearts, their conscience also bearing witness, and their thoughts meanwhile either accusing or justifying one another.)” “In the day when God shall judge the secrets of men by Jesus Christ according to the Gospel.” Those who did not know the laws and religion of Moses still had one of the two great laws, according to Jesus, inside them, which is “Love your neighbor as you love yourself.” Those who love their neighbor as they love themselves, even if they do not know the real God or His Word, are justified by their actions. Those who show hatred for their neighbor are condemned, even if they don’t know the real God or His Word. A far cry from the Quran.

If you have heard ISIS forcing Christian infidels to convert, die, or pay a tax, it’s from 9:29, which says “Fight those who do not believe in Allah, nor in the latter day, nor do they prohibit what Allah and his apostle have prohibited, nor follow the religion of truth, out of those who have been given the book, until they pay the tax in acknowledgement of superiority and they are in a state of subjection.” This is called the Jizya law. What is perverted, the religion or the people who exercise it? All they have done is expel the law God wrote in their hearts because they would rather believe God would want them to kill those that don’t believe in Him. This is satanic in every which way.

In the latter time, according to Islam, the infidels are gone after the struggle. Muslims will behead and murder because they are told to, especially in the latter days. Late in the latter days, according to the Bible, beheaded Christians will be justified in heaven. Revelation 20:4 “And I saw thrones, and they that sat upon them, and judgment was given to them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the Word of God, and had not worshipped the Beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark in their foreheads or in their hands; and they reigned with Christ a thousand years.”

Let’s see, the older New Testament says believers will be beheaded while the younger Quran says the nonbelievers will be beheaded. Coincidence? It’s hard to pervert a religion that tells its followers to spread the faith by the sword. Next time you hear someone claim there is a minority of Muslims perverting the religion of Islam, ask what words exactly are they perverting? Ask Muslim clerics, even those of a good heart, what happens to the infidels in the latter days according to the Quran?


There is a lot of debate and speculation as to what the Key of David is. Some believe it is the true lineage of Jews, which is foolish. It is written in Revelation 3:7 that the Church of Philadelphia has this key to a door that no man can shut or open but Christ. How can the Church of Philadelphia have a key to a lineage? It is this verse that partially gives explanation to the answer of this mystery.

The Key of David is simply the promise God gave to David that through his line would come the Saviour, who would bring an everlasting kingdom. The Church of Philadelphia is only the elect of the last generation. All churches written of in Revelation chapters two and three have to do with churches of the latter days. The Church of Philadelphia, as is written in Romans 8:30, have already been judged innocent due to their faithfulness shown in the previous age. They have this key because God has already judged them. They have not denied His name. No man can take away this key from them; no, not Satan himself. No man can enter the everlasting kingdom unless Jesus Christ opens it up to them, all depending on what they do. No man can shut up the kingdom on someone Christ has opened it up to. This is the Key of David.


First off, I want to give my condolences to the families of the police officers who were murdered in New York and Florida recently. I also want to make sure we keep in mind the Christians who are under siege, especially in the Middle East by satanic muslim groups like ISIS. It is a dangerous time for them, and soon for us all.

Countless times I have given warning of the inevitable time to come. There is no way out of it, despite the cockeyed optimism shown by those who only look at things through a political/economic prism. There is an undeniable feeling that we as a creation have crossed a line we cannot reverse the course of. These things to come must come to fruition because it is time.

What do you expect when God is thought of as hate while immorality is thought of as freedom and caring? Everything has been flipped upside down and good has been declared to be evil, and evil is celebrated in our culture. The country of Israel has found more antipathy than Hamas or Hezbollah. This is the greatest display of what I call the Tom and Jerry Syndrome. What if some believed that Jerry was the bully to Tom and carried things too far, and even rooted for Tom? It would escape their thoughts that Tom is trying to eat Jerry, and Jerry is protecting himself. Of course this is just a cartoon, but this delusion is on full display in real life. Israel is just trying to survive, and they are not only surrounded by their enemies, but have them within their borders. Yet, when Israel protects itself from terrorists, they are the ones condemned. Remember this line from those who hide their hatred for Israel to keep a veil over their plot- “Israel has a right to protect itself, BUT…” Remember this line also for future reference.

In the world we live in, the belief in marxism is elevated by pop culture as something geniuses only believe in, yet there are no success stories involving marxist governments because marxism was never intended to be successful or fair. After a century of examples, one must ask when will the populace finally realize this about marxism?

When did it become moral for far too many to think what belonged to a neighbor really belonged to them? When did selling hopelessness and dependence seem like it’s for helping those who buy into it? Who does the selling of hopelessness help, the buyer or the seller? Only the seller, yet the seller has the platform while the watchers are lambasted with hostility for speaking the truth about the seller. Speaking of Sharpton, the ignorance of right-wing politicians and pundits is incredible also. They accuse President Obama and NYC Mayor de Blasio of catering and receiving direction from Sharpton. Is it beyond their imagination that maybe it’s the other way around? Maybe Obama and de Blasio are having Sharpton do what they can’t do, because of their positions. This is what marxists in leadership positions have done throughout history until the totalitarian state has been secured. Obama and those like him can only be so subversive to where they can still look like good people in the eyes of the public. Sharpton can do what they can’t. They are using him to do the things they want done, but they can’t have any direct association of these works. But people who only look at things through a political prism cannot see that because they want to castigate their enemies in a political way. As I have said time and time again, Obama is playing a different game than conservatives are. Too many do not even know the game.

There are too many who look to evil as good who rule every circle and corner in the world today. As it is written, Satan is the power of this age. Those who will be proven completely wrong are geniuses in this world, while those who will be proven correct are thought of as idiots. Even with God writing love in the hearts of all, those Satan has rejects those things which would lead to a peace-loving and moral society. A society that would be as fair as humanly possible have a blueprint written by God through His servants the prophets, but we have rejected it. Would those prophets be accepted or rejected today? We shall see. One thing is for sure, the principalities who exist today will reject them, along with those who believe they are entitled to things the Lord has not given them. They do have Tom and Jerry Syndrome, and they will celebrate the deaths of two prophets God will bring back.

Lastly, I want to speak of our Lord Jesus Christ, being this is the day before Christmas. It severely agitates me when I see and hear people who say “I deserve this” or “I deserve that”. Our Lord, who was entitled to everything, took nothing, but gave everything. He was born in a manger, not a house. He could have taken on the role of King of Judea and King of Israel, and made the Romans turn tail and run, but instead lived under their oppression to become a living sacrifice. Read Isaiah 53 and tell me what you deserve. You don’t deserve a damn thing. If you did, you’d have it because He would have given it. You read the circumstances of His abuse and death, and He did it to serve us and our Father. When you see Him, which you inevitably will, despite your disbelief (or twisted belief), tell Him what you were entitled to. I dare you. May all praise our Lord Yeshua as we celebrate His conception/birth.


I got into this a bit in “Unanswered Questions…”,but thought I’d elaborate more about it. This is one of those examples where people at some point just started making things up on their own to impress themselves. I have no idea who was the first to put this forth, nor am I going to look. Whoever it was, it was probably someone with some charisma, because it did spread. Even though the Bible says the complete opposite, people really believe Satan was once known as Michael. I am astonished at how things so biblically clear can be spun to have people believe the complete opposite.

Revelation 12:7-9 “And there was (will be) war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels,” “and prevailed not; neither was their place found anymore in heaven.” “And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent (from Genesis 3), called the Devil, and Satan, which deceives the whole world: he was cast onto the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.” So let me get this straight- Satan and his angels fights against his own angels? How much more clear can it be? I guess the clarity doesn’t matter when someone is making themselves out to be an ubergenius whose thoughts about the Bible are more true than the Bible itself.

Satan’s name was Helel, which was translated into Lucifer, which is Latin. It is written in Isaiah 14. Some believe Isaiah was talking about a former king of Babylon, but that isn’t true. The Bible speaks of a future king of Babylon, who is Satan, and Isaiah was describing how he fell long ago.

I really wish people would stop making things up based on nothing written. It is even worse when people believe things that completely contrast with what is written, which I have dealt with too much here. Read and take the Word word for word. Don’t omit. Don’t add. Don’t dismiss. Just read.


Of the many prophecies of the Christ throughout the Old Testament, Psalm 22 is the most conclusive prophecy pointing towards Jesus being the Messiah. I have written about Psalm 22 often here, including my post “Psalm 22-David’s Prophecy of the Christ”. When Jesus said on the cross “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?”, He wasn’t speaking to God. In fact, He was quoting the first verse of Psalm 22, which are those very same words. He was pointing out to those with eyes and ears that what was happening to Him was Psalm 22 being fulfilled. The psalms were written around 1000BC mostly by King David. In this psalm, it speaks not just of the crucifixion (verse16), but how those who would mock Him. Verses 7-8 say “All they that see Me laugh at Me with scorn: they portrude the lip, they shake the head, saying” “He trusted on the Lord that He would deliver Him: let Him deliver Him, seeing He delighted in Him.” In Matthew 27:42-43, the scribes and elders said mockingly “He saved others, Himself He cannot save. If He be the King of Israel, let Him come down now from the cross, and we will believe Him.” “He trusted in God; let Him deliver Him now, if He will have Him, for He said ‘I am the Son of God.'” Back in verse 39, it says people shook their heads as they passed by Him. As I have put forth here, Satan’s wish wasn’t to have Jesus die there. He would have loved to keep the Christ from being born or killed as a baby, but not there on the cross. Satan’s plan was to have Christ’s last hours to be so brutal, and to use those who were of him to mock Him so hopefully Jesus would get to a point where He couldn’t take it and call on the angels to save Him. If He did call on the angels to save Him, they would have, but Satan would have gotten what he wanted, which was that no one would die for the sins of this creation. It could only be His life to be laid down, since He was sinless. There can be no one else to come after to pay the price. There was not one moment Jesus couldn’t have gotten out of that brutal death, but He didn’t. God did not forsake Him, nor was He accusing God of doing so. He was quoting Psalm 22, which began with those words so the Messiah would repeat them on the cross to make people ask “Why wasn’t that a sin?” Psalm 22 is the answer.

The prophet Isaiah gave a few prophecies of the Christ also, especially in chapter 53. Verse 3 says that He will be despised by men. Verses 4 and 5 speak about Him being offered for our sins and iniquities. Verse 7 says that He will be silent as He is brought like a lamb for the slaughter. Verse 10 says His soul will be an offering for sin. In verse 12 Isaiah says He will bare the sin of many and made intercession for the transgressors. This prophecy shows the Messiah must die as an offering for our sins. Those who looked to Jesus to bring about an eternal kingdom for Israel did not know the scriptures. The Messiah must first die.

Another prophecy of the Christ given by David was Psalm 110, with the first verse saying “The Lord said to my Lord, ‘Sit at My right hand until I make Your enemies Your footstool.” This also shows that the Messiah will die in order to be in heaven with God.

Psalm 16 was another prophecy, with verse 10 saying “For You will not leave My soul in hell; neither will You make Your Holy One to see corruption.” The word “corruption” meant “decay”. Jesus’ body rose on the third day, so it didn’t decay. Another prophecy showing the Messiah would die. When did this happen?

There are other prophecies of the Messiah, but these are the most convincing ones. I call Psalm 22 the most important chapter in all of the Bible because it proves quite conclusively that Jesus was the Messiah, thus proving God also exists. If you read what the apostles were up against in an effort to spread the Gospel that Christ lived, died for our sins, and lives again, you will see that this message had help spreading all over the world. Only God could have saw to that against all the elements.


Yes it did. This is conclusive if you take into account scripture and the original Greek version of it. In the gospel of Matthew, Jesus spoke about what the scribes and Pharisees said about Him and John the Baptist in an effort to marginilize them. John didn’t eat or drink, because he only ate locusts and honey. Saying he didn’t eat meant he didn’t indulge himself with food. They said of him that he had a devil, telling the people “This is why you shouldn’t listen to him.” Continuing in Matthew 11:19, Jesus said “The Son of man came eating and drinking, and they say, ‘Behold a gluttonous man, and a winebibber, a friend of publicans and sinners.’ But wisdom is judged of her children.” If the wine Jesus drank did not have alcohol, why would they call Him a winebibber? The original Greek word there for “drinking” was “πίνω” (PEE-no), which means to “imbibe”.

In Deuteronomy 14:26, Moses sent word to the Israelites from God over what they can buy with their money, saying, “And you shall use that money for whatever your souls longs for, for oxen, or for sheep, or for wine, or for strong drink, or for whatever your soul desires: and you shall eat before the Lord your God, and you shall rejoice, you and your household.” This verse was about feasting in the Lord’s presence during religious festivals, such as the week long Passover. Even for religious celebrations it was lawful to drink alcohol.

Jesus drank wine with alcohol, so it is lawful to drink alcoholic beverages. It is a great sin to be a drunkard. It’s a hard way to find yourself back. If you have problems controlling alcohol, don’t put it to your lips. If you decide to never drink, then that’s fine, too. Do not, however, pretend you are being more biblically correct by not drinking than those who do, because you most certainly are not.


This rule comes from Deuteronomy 22:5, which states “The woman shall not wear what pertains to a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment: for all that do so are abomination to the Lord your God.” The problem with the interpretation by many of this law is that they didn’t take into account that men and women both wore dresses in that day. God warned men through His servants the prophets that He will raise up their skirts and expose the nakedness of the iniquities they committed they thought were not noticed by God. If one took into account what men and women both wore in that day, then perhaps they would think of the meaning.

What this law meant was that women should not play the role of men and men should not play the role of women. This covers things all along the spectrum. This does not include women working, sports, or anything like that. Women made clothes and other materials to sell them, which would qualify as a job. If a man wears a skirt, stockings, and stilettos, then that is wrong. It is a man being effeminate, which is also written in 1st Corinthians 6:9. Sex change operations and taking hormones to change genders are an abomination to the Lord. To those of you who did such things, but say “Can’t God make mistakes?”, implying God put them in the wrong gendered body, it is not God that made the mistake, but you did.


While God gave pretty strict laws to the Israelites concerning food, Christians for the most part do not obey these laws. To learn why God gave these strict rules, food consumption and otherwise, read my posts “God’s Health Laws” and “God’s Tolerance In The Old Testament”.

Right after Gentiles started converting to Christianity, there were Jewish Christians who wanted to turn Gentiles into Jews by following all of the Old Testament laws. The Gentiles were uncircumcised, idol-worshippers, promiscuous, and ate pork and shellfish, as well as other things known as “common”. Common meant “defiled”. Peter was among those who wanted Gentiles to be turned into Jews while Paul was adamant in his opposition doing so. After a big debate, James in Acts 15:13-21 proposed a resolution to this problem. The key verse is 20, which states “But that we write to them, that they abstain from pollutions of idols, and from fornication, and from things strangled, and from blood.”

See, many of the first Gentile Christians were Greeks and Romans, who made idols of their gods. Although it’s not clearly written that they did, I am one hundred percent sure that they made idols of their new God. They still do. The Gentile cultures were also very permissive sexually, so this would have to be dealt with. Staying away from blood is necessary because God says that is the life of a beast. Christians must obey these laws.

In his first epistle to Timothy, a close friend of Paul’s, Paul said (1st Tim. 4:1-4) “Now the Spirit speaks expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils.” “Speaking lies in hypocrisy, having their conscience seared with a hot iron.” “Forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from meats, which God has created to be received of them which believe and know the truth.” “For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving.” Timothy’s father was Greek, but his mother was Jewish.

Paul wrote these things about people in the last days who will say it is immoral to eat meat. The reason I say that is because he said that every creature can be received with thanksgiving. Giving thanks to God for the meat we eat makes it moral, and it is utterly immoral for anyone to call a meateater immoral. Even Christians do so. If you disobey things so clearly written, your soul will be very much in danger.

Bring on the shrimp!


There has been great attention given by scholars at the differences of what the apostle Paul taught, and what Jude, the brother of Jesus taught. Scholars point out to scripture where Paul mentions faith in Christ as being the only way to salvation, while they point out that Jude made mention of works. One thing you can almost always count on scholars on Christianity having- a lack of wisdom.

While it is true that there was a lot of dissension in the early Christian church that pitted faith in Christ against works, only those who fail at the ability to think can use Paul vs Jude as an example. There were many early Christian Jews whose mission in life was to turn Gentile Christians into Jewish Christians by focusing on the Law as a way to salvation. They ignored that God said there will be a new covenant that will come (Jeremiah 31:31-33). There is no question Paul fought hard at making sure that people knew that salvation can only come through faith that Jesus was the Messiah, which was the new covenant. He wrote about this in his epistles many times. What too many scholars void of faith or wisdom ignore is that Paul also made sure to let the people know to obey the Law. Paul wrote that works, which meant obeying the Law, would not bring salvation, but not obeying the Law made void salvation through faith. If one becomes a Christian but doesn’t change their sinful ways, then their conversion is for nothing. There are too many examples to list here where Paul made mention of sin, and pointed out people doing things contrary to the Law that should even be excommunicated. He chastized the Corinthians for not doing so (1st Cor. 5:1-13). Continuing in the next chapter, Paul wrote (1st Cor. 6:9-10) “Know you not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? BE NOT DECEIVED: neither fornicators, nor idolators, nor adulterers, nor men who are effeminate, nor homosexuals,” “Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor abusers, nor extortionists shall inherit the kingdom of God.” Do you think Paul was referring this to nonbelievers? Of course not.

Jesus said that after He returns, there will be many who are condemned that will say they accepted Him as the Christ, but that He didn’t accept them (Matthew 7:21-23). How does this happen? Did any of these so-called experts ask themselves “Was Paul unaware that Jesus said this?” I am quite certain that Paul knew what Jesus said considering Paul had hands laid on him, transferring wisdom about the Christ and scriptures to him from other apostles. Paul was well versed in the Gospel, and did great work to spread the Gospel. He suffered greatly doing so. Paul obviously knew what Jesus said.

Jude never said that salvation comes through works, but did say salvation is kept through works. Paul said salvation comes through faith, but you better obey the Law. Are these mutually exclusive, or are these in concert? One does not exclude the other at all, but then again I am no scholar.


In Matthew 19:16-22, a young man asked Jesus what it took to follow Him, and Jesus said to follow the commandments. The young man said he has done so since his youth, so what does he still lack. Jesus told him if he wants to be perfect, then sell all he has and give the proceeds to the poor. After saying that, the young man became sad and left because he had many things.

This set of verses is brought up by many who exploit the class war, but they always conveniently leave out the commandment “You shall not covet your neighbor’s possessions.” Many believers will even cite this verse to say that rich men can’t truly follow Jesus. This is folly. Job was the most righteous man on earth according to God Himself, yet he was rich.

There was another follower of Jesus who was also rich, named Joseph of Arimathaea. In Matthew 27:57, Joseph was described as both being a disciple and rich. This means Jesus did not make the same request of Joseph as He did with the young man. Why do I say this? Because Joseph was both a disciple AND rich. Joseph didn’t sell all of his things and give the money to the poor in order to follow Christ. Why would Jesus not make the same request of Joseph as He did with the young man? Because Jesus knew the hearts of them both. He knew Joseph would sell all his things if Jesus made that request, so it was unnecessary to make it. Jesus tested the young man to see if he was willing to make the same sacrifice He knew Joseph would have made.