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Sixteen Back to Back Lies by Paul

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Observation: one cannot preach/teach the Christian message concerning Jesus without lying. To preach/teach the Christian message concerning Jesus without lying is an impossibility. Why is that so? It is so because the Christian message concerning Jesus is built on nothing but lies: therefore to preach/teach the Christian message concerning Jesus is to preach/teach lies. If not for the lies, there would be no Christian message concerning Jesus. The Lord God Tommy L. Hart will speak on "Things which are seen and Things which are not seen." Question: with respect to the Christian message concerning Jesus, what are things which are seen and the things which are not seen? Answer: with respect to the Christian message, the things which are seen are the things that can be seen at the source, i.e., mt, mk, lk and John. Example: 1) in the gospel (the source) Jesus can be seen breaking one or more laws; 2) Jesus can be seen working on the Sabbath Day; 3) Jesus can be seen put to trial, and being found guilty; 4) Jesus can be seen sentenced to death as the law required; 5) Jesus can be seen being put to death for his own sins; 6) Jesus can be seen not receiving a burial. Things not seen concerning Jesus at the source of the gospel are: 1) Jesus receiving a burial; 2) Jesus rising; 3) Jesus rising again; 4) Jesus rising again on the third day; and 5) Jesus rising again the third day according to the scriptures. the things that are not seen are falsities/lies, and the things that are seen are factual. The statement (2cor 5:7) is a confession of a fault, a sin, it says, we walk by faith, not by sight. 2cor 4:18 clarifies the preceding confession: we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. Legal Expectation: you are expected to walk by sight, not by faith.