By M.J. Brown and J.B. KallenbergSeptember 17, 2018The Lord is dead.
God is dead, the old Bible says.
The Bible says God has been dead for 4,000 years.
The old Bible has been rewritten.
What you see on your television screens is the New Testament.
The New Testament is the Bible.
And what you see in the movie theater is the old Scripture.
If you want to know what the Bible really says about God, just read it.
But we do not.
We do not know if the Bible is true.
We know what it is, but we do NOT know what is truth.
And we are still living under the illusion that God is alive.
We are living under a delusion that the Bible says is the truth, and the Bible does not.
And that is why, on the morning of September 18, 2018, I had a revelation.
We were at a retreat.
I have never gone to a retreat before.
I am not a charismatic speaker.
I do not preach.
I can tell you what I heard.
I heard that the old, Bible-bashing, Bible truther was right.
It was the truth.
There was no need to go to a conference and read a new Bible.
It is true now.
We all know that.
We can’t believe it anymore.
If I were to go on TV, or on a website, I would have to explain to my viewers, what the new version of the Bible actually says about Jesus.
And if I were on the radio, I can’t say the same thing.
But if I tell the world what the old version of scripture says about the Savior, the Bible, that is the true version.
It will be the only one.
And it will be in our children’s books, in our homes, and it will become the one and only one to be taught in our classrooms.
This is what the Lord told me.
I could have listened to him and listened to all the Bible truthers who have written about him and their lies and their distortions and their misinformation and their fallacies and their contradictions and their falsehoods, but I chose to listen to the one who said it: the one with the truth in him.
And I will not let anyone tell me that I cannot hear that.
The Lord said, “If I do listen to your message, I will show you the truth.”
If I listen to that message, you will be able to see the truth of the truth that I am telling you.
The truth is the message.
The gospel of Jesus Christ.
The story of Jesus is the gospel of the cross.
And he is the only true and living God.
I know this because I have seen the cross of Christ.
I saw the cross as the Lord said: He has given his life as a ransom for all those who have been taken captive by the world, and he is going to give his life for all of us who are being enslaved and who are in bondage.
And then the Lord raised the dead.
He raised the cross, and then he raised the world again.
When the world died, he rose.
And his disciples came and went and did their own thing.
And when the cross was raised again, it is because he has returned.
It took him a long time to do that.
But he was on the cross for a very long time.
And the one in whose heart I am on this earth today is a descendant of David.
He is the Lord Jesus Christ, who took on a human form and went into the world.
The cross of Jesus was raised in front of the world that will never be raised again.
He will never again be raised on the Mount of Olives or on the Promised Land.
He was crucified on the Cross of Golgotha.
And now, when he rises again, he will come again and will take on human form, and will give his body as a sacrifice for the sins of the people.
And in the final days, he is to come again, and this time, he has been raised on Earth as the Savior of all mankind.
The Cross of Jesus on the Hill of Judaea, in the temple of Solomon, Jerusalem, in Jerusalem, Israel.
A cross was placed in front by God’s name.
It symbolized the Cross that Jesus Christ had been crucified upon.
I was on that cross, a descendant and a prophet, when Jesus Christ died on the day that he was cruciated, on his own cross.
This was on Easter Sunday, the day of the crucifixion, the date of Jesus’ crucifixion.
The people came to the Temple.
And Jesus, in a great voice, said to them, “Get up and stand before me!”
And they were standing, and Jesus said to the people, “Sit and listen, and believe, and obey me.”
Then he rose up from the cross and said to his disciples, “My brothers and