Stay away from copies of “Jesus”

Will Jesus save everyone who claim they believe in Him?

A huge man made “Jesus”. An worthless idol. If it falls down, it will be broken into pieces.

Many people have voiced many opinions about how to understand salvation. The only valid explanation is found on the Bible. If you have followed a copy of Jesus, you have served Satan. Those who served Satan, will not be found in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Matthew 7:22-24
Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’  Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’

First we need to acknowledge that there are multiple copies of Jesus around us.

2 Corinthians 11:4
For if someone comes to you and preaches a Jesus other than the Jesus we preached, or if you receive a different spirit from the Spirit you received, or a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it easily enough.

Lets take a look at the most common of them.

Aliens coming with a "different gospel".

1. Jesus of my own choice:
You might have heard people say something like: “I believe in Jesus, but do not believe there is a Hell”. Such a statement tells us that there must be a “hell bound” Jesus around. He is a lawless man, because such claims make Jesus of Nazareth a liar. The Bible says there is a Hell.

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Many people have even said a “sinners prayer” to this copy-cat, and claim they have been “born again”. I could have printed endless examples of people who believe in such a “Jesus”. Endless examples of personal opinions who contradict the Bible.

2. Jesus of Rome:

The Vicar of Christ  claims to be “The Holy Father”. Here he is kissing the Koran.

This copy-cat has many similarities with the above version. The only difference, is that this “Jesus” is “the Popes choice”. Only he can program him, with all kind of Catholic dogmas that contradict the scriptures. The ultimate worshipers of skulls, bones and corpses are found in this cult.

3. Jesus the “Rich Messiah”:

Some preachers spin around money, like flies around cow dung.

This copy is an American copy of the Jewish Messiah. This “Jesus” was supposed to be rich on Earth, and all who believe in him is supposed to be richly blessed with material blessings. I also call this copy-cat the “ATM-Jesus”. Because to be able to take out the cash from the nearest ATM, you first need to put some money into the account of the preachers of the prosperity Gospel.

4. Jesus of the Koran:

Jesus of he Koran and Jesus of Rome are cousins. Bot copies of the true Messiah.

This copy of Jesus is not divine, but a mortal man. He was a fantastic teacher, and a brilliant prophet. But not at all the Son of God, equally God as His Father. He did not save anyone, could not even save him self from being crucified.

5. Jesus of Jehova’s witness:

False witnesses. Ready to come to knock on your door.

This cult claims only God is the Alpha and Omega, the creator. “Jesus” was His first creation, and not a co-creator.  Since the Bible says we shall only worship the creator, this Jesus copy claim that worship of him is a sin. Do not even pray in his name.

6. Jesus of the Mormons:

After a couple of free coffee’s, they will come up with another Bible.

The Bible is not the only inspired book, that reveals the truth about who God is. Jesus of the Mormons have added another Bible, that was revealed to a prophet in America, 1700 years after Jesus died on the cross in Jerusalem.

This copycat make you a product of relativism. Anything might be permissible. There might be a lot of undiscovered “Holy books”.

7. Jesus of the New Age:

A copy of Jesus, and Krishna hand in hand. Both can save claim Hindus and New Age.

New Ager’s have a Jesus-copy. He is only one God among many, and one gate among many gates to the Kingdom of Heaven. New Age is basically not new at all. Its is the oldest of the religions who are present on Earth today. It is called Hinduism.

8. Jesus outside the prophetic word.

Some followers of this copy-cat “Jesus” hates the Jews, and curses Israel.

This is the Jesus Only, a  Messiah of the New Testament Only. This cult claims that There is not much interesting found about him in the Old Testament. He do not pay attention to the prophetic Word, or His Fathers eternal promises, and is absolutely not behind the restoration of Israel.

Jesus of Nazareth:

Jesus is the Word of God. The truth about Him can only be found in the Bible.

The true Jesus of Nazareth is the Word of God, explained to us in the Biblical canon. This canon was closed by The Holy Spirit. All who have reopened the cannon, have committed a not forgivable sin against the Holy Spirit. The cults are doomed for the everlasting fire.

Make no mistake. All who do not believe in The Word of God that came in flesh, have all fallen into the pit of deception.

First published: December 11th 2010

Written by Ivar

2 thoughts on “Stay away from copies of “Jesus”

  1. I would also add that the Jesus of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a false Christ, given the claim that He, whilst on the earth, put away his divinity, and that He suffered for our sins in Hell (and not in Paradise). The Holy Ghost doesn’t want any attention to himself, but at the Son who died for our sins, and the need for repentance of our sins. Holy laughter and the slaing in the spirit are NOT biblical, and I will use my discernement (a.k.a the ability to judge well/fairly) to proclaim that these activities are of another spirit. My God is a God of order, not of chaos like the Toronto Airport congregation that since 1994 has been tranformed to a human zoo.

    1. I apologize for my bad English. I meant to say:
      * “set aside his divinity”
      ** of course Jesus didn’t suffer for our sins in hell. The last thing He said on the cross was: “It is finished”. In other words: His sacrifice on the cross was enough to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. He went to the blessed side of sheol, or paradise.

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