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Switch to Forum Live View The true saints got beheaded.
8 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2010 - 9:01AM #1
Bradholkesvig
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A little known secret has been told that involves the true saints of the church of Jesus Christ. Not only does the scriptures reveal some of this secret but the Holy Spirit has revealed it all.


There was a movement of the Holy Spirit known as the Way soon after Jesus was killed. The Way consisted of men who obeyed the spoken Word that was first preached by Jesus. This Word is the spirit of Jesus Christ, also known as the Holy Spirit. This Holy Spirit was freed to live in man after Jesus was sacrificed in the flesh because sinners could be forgiven of their sins. No sinner could have the Holy Spirit live in them so it was very important that they become sinless. Once they became sinless, the Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ would live in them and this made them a saint.


This true saint was attacked by Satan because of the curse that God put on Satan right after he deceived Adam and Eve. He was cursed to hate the Holy Spirit and this resulted in the beheading of all the saint.


The jealous of the Jews resulted in the death of Jesus and the killings of all the true saints because the Jews told the Roman govenment that the Kingdom of Christ would take over their empire. For the next three hundred years, the Romans sytematically arrested, prosecuted and beheaded the true saints of Jesus Christ. The last ones were killed just before the religion of Christianity was formed. With all the believers following the saints around, the Romans had to do something about it. They didn't want these believers to become saints because they knew all about this process of a believer coming to faith and going though confession, repentance and forgiveness of sins working through a saint.


The Romans used some writings of the dead saints and deleted much of the spiritual teachings and added their pagan beliefs in them to make their new testament. This testament wasn't from God because of all the lies that were put into it. Along with the new Roman Catholic church, the Romans were able to totally deceive these believers from the truth and so they became the new Catholic believers. This is why there was a 1600+ famine of the Word that recently ended so that God could tell the real story of what happened to his spiritual church. God didn't build physical churches or start any religions. These things are all started by evil men.


God bless you,


Brad

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8 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2010 - 10:42AM #2
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And what exactly is this all based on?  Documentation,  scripture or specualtion?  Sounds like a lot of conjecture and/or hearsay.

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8 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2010 - 12:23PM #3
Bradholkesvig
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The Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ gave all these thoughts to me to write down. He was there when it was happening and now he finally has someone to expose all the lies of the past when all his saints were killed. The only place you can find any evidence of the saints and prophets being killed is in Revelation 6: 9-11,  13: 1-8,  17: 5-6,  18: 20-24,  20: 4


You can read more about the beast who was responsible for getting the saints, Jesus and most of the prophets killed. This writing is about the beast that Daniel described.


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Here's a writing about Revelation and more about the beast.


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These writings will tie into this thread and put everything together for you. This was actually prophesied to happen right after Satan deceived Adam and Eve so there should be no surprises that all the saints were beheaded by the Romans who were the rulers of the world. They had the power to do whatever they wanted to do.


God bless you,


Brad

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8 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2010 - 2:34PM #4
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Jan 14, 2010 -- 12:23PM, Bradholkesvig wrote:


The Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ gave all these thoughts to me to write down. He was there when it was happening and now he finally has someone to expose all the lies of the past when all his saints were killed. The only place you can find any evidence of the saints and prophets being killed is in Revelation 6: 9-11,  13: 1-8,  17: 5-6,  18: 20-24,  20: 4



 


Thanks, but I will stick to what has actually been revealed and taught  the last 2000 years and not "recent" revelations.  I am rather dubious about self-styled prophets.  Peace.

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8 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2010 - 6:57PM #5
Bradholkesvig
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All the religious Jews felt the same way about Jesus when came preaching to them.

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8 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2010 - 8:31PM #6
jane2
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According to this chit-chat Paul would be a saint? but Peter would not?


The Book of Revelation is apocalyptic.


From the introduction in the NAB:


The Book of Revelation cannot be adequately understood except against the historical background that occasioned its writing. Like Daniel and other apocalypses, it was composed as resistance literature to meet a crisis. The book itself suggests that the crisis was ruthless persecution of the early church by the Roman authorities; the harlot Babylon symbolizes pagan Rome, the city on seven hills (17, 9). The book is, then, an exhortation and admonition to Christians of the first century to stand firm in the faith and to avoid compromise with paganism, despite the threat of adversity and martyrdom; they are to await patiently the fulfillment of God's mighty promises. The triumph of God in the world of men and women remains a mystery, to be accepted in faith and longed for in hope.


This is one of the most highly misunderstood books in the Bible. Lots of quackery out there.


 

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8 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2010 - 9:48PM #7
Bradholkesvig
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Jane2 wrote;


 


According to this chit-chat Paul would be a saint? but Peter would not? This has nothing to do with specific saints. Not all of them beheaded but there were thousands of saints who were beheaded.


 


The Book of Revelation is apocalyptic.


 


From the introduction in the NAB:


 


The Book of Revelation cannot be adequately understood except against the historical background that occasioned its writing. Like Daniel and other apocalypses, it was composed as resistance literature to meet a crisis. The book itself suggests that the crisis was ruthless persecution of the early church by the Roman authorities; the harlot Babylon symbolizes pagan Rome, the city on seven hills (17, 9). The book is, then, an exhortation and admonition to Christians of the first century to stand firm in the faith and to avoid compromise with paganism, despite the threat of adversity and martyrdom; they are to await patiently the fulfillment of God's mighty promises. The triumph of God in the world of men and women remains a mystery, to be accepted in faith and longed for in hope.


 


This is one of the most highly misunderstood books in the Bible. Lots of quackery out


 It cannot be understood without God interpreting it for you. I have several writings that will help you understand this. These two are following the beast from Genesis to the lake of fire. In John's Vision, I generalize the book of Revelation and some details about the beast and false prophet. 


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8 years ago  ::  Jan 15, 2010 - 6:21AM #8
Tmarie64
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Well, Brad... That's just stupid!  yeah, we know there were saints who were beheaded.  There also those who were burned at the stake...


What's your point?  If they weren't beheaded they were'nt "true" saints?   You're talking in circles.  Jesus isn't talking to you, it sounds more like cocaine or meth...Not God.

James Thurber - "It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers."
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8 years ago  ::  Jan 15, 2010 - 7:03AM #9
Bradholkesvig
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The Romans didn't burn true saints. You're talking about something completely different. The saints you think were burned at the stake were only sinners who thought they knew something different than the sinning pope and his sinning puppets. The were considered heretics who read the Bible and disagreed with their Catholic faith.


The true saints of the church of Jesus Christ had nothing to do with the religion of Christianity. These men were given the Holy Spirit to find each other, those who were created in the spirit of Jesus Christ. The Romans killed all these saints by the early fourth century and then they started the false religion of Christianity by making a false new testament to deceive the followers of the saints they killed. They got them to worship their pagan gods in the new Roman Catholic church and ever since then, there hasn't been any new saints until God recently found a new one.


God bless you,


Brad

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8 years ago  ::  Jan 15, 2010 - 7:33AM #10
Bradholkesvig
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The beheadings of the true saints by the Roman government wasn't a witch hunt like the Vatican boys put on. A true saint was taken to court by the Roman authorities and questioned to see if they were truly of the Christ Kingdom. They knew from experience to ask them who their Lord was. Jesus prophesied to them that when they got into this predicament to allow the Holy Spirit to speak for them, which he always does anyway but this would give them the calmness they needed to say their Lord was Jesus Christ. With this profession, they were brought to the guillotine that was used for beheading all the saints.


This was a civil type of elimination of the saints whereas the Vatican were evil men who killed anyone who didn't agree with their ideas. If you they caught you reading any gnostic writings, they would torture you to get you to confess to their false religion and if you didn't agree with them they killed you in many different ways. Many times they sent armies out to kill everyone in a community because it was reported they were reading the scriptures. None of these people had a trial. The Vatican boys would sent out missionaries to other lands and then eventually send out soldiers to slaughter the natives, claim their land and steal their wealth. So you can see the false religion of Christianity and the Vatican boys were not from God at all. They were only heathens that sought wealth and world domination supported by a religious beast in their minds.


We will never know all the details of history but the Holy Spirit was there when all this took place and he's the one I got all this understanding from. If you believe it didn't happen this way, then you are calling God a liar. Since he was the one living in the saints that were beheaded and lived to tell me about it, then I will believe every single thought that he gives me about the beheading of his saints.


He's been having me expose the beast who lives in the minds of all religious sinners and every other sinner in the world. This beast is the deception of Satan and he has been lying to everyone from the beginning of mankind. He's the one who hates the Holy Spirit and has religious people kill all God's prophets, Jesus and the saints. Christianity is only a religion started by evil men and they have persecuted others ever since then. Groups efforts to build their way to heaven always end up in power, greed, envy and killing. This is why God destroyed the tower of Babel and gave different tongues of languages to scatter the people who were building a religion. There were many stories in the Bible to help man understand the necessity of obeying God but man isn't willing to obey him so they do their own thing.


How many saints do you know who are blameless and sinless, without hate, greed, envy, jealousy, gluttony, laziness, and pride? How many do you know that sacrificied their life to preach the gospel of the Kingdom of God? I'm not talking about lazy preachers who only preach 20 minutes a week. I'm talking about a man with God living in him and preaching all day long every day of the week to try find the rest of the flock who belongs in the spirit of Christ. These are the kind of people who God chose to be in his Kingdom.


God bless you,


Brad

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