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The Bible on Trial

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Red Letter Day~

In reading the Bible, especially the King James Version (KJV), there is an editorial marker that everyone notices right at the begiinning of their reading in the New Testament, and that is that the words of Jesus are in red ink. Most people believe (as with my esteemed father-in-law Fred) that every word in red was certainly the very words of Jesus, that He spoke directly to us across the centuries, every one of which is the 'God's honest Truth'. So when people read the 'red' words in Luke and in the writings of Paul they believe whole heartedly that Jesus actually said them. This had caused a huge cognitive dissonance in the understanding of the truth that Jesus brought from the Father and gave to His own eyewitness disciples, because those words (in the main) do not confirm what either Paul or his disciple Luke wrote about what Jesus actually said.

Just because the words are in red does not mean they are true.

So in saying that the programs of today and tomorrow (January 28 and 29, 2022), and indeed every program we produce will each be a 'Red Letter Day', takes on a different signifigance when set against the 'trooth' you will hear from any other source that uses the Bible as the standard for truth. 

This is the Anniversary weekend in which we will celebrate the beginnings Spirit of Truth Ministry all those years ago, and will be Red Letter Days as we continue our discussions about the change of tack in end-time prophecy from the Death Road that has been the common understanding for thousands of years, to the Life Road understanding that has been in place just since August of 2021.

We encourage you to listen to both programs, The Bible on Trial today January 28, and The Revelation of Jesus tomorrow January 29, as we recap the events that have led us to this moment in time, where prophecy and truth become clear to those with eyes to see and ears to hear.

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