What Did Jesus Say About The One Faithful Church In the End?

All of the Churches, in the end, are lukewarm except one, The Philidelphia Church!! Why are they righteous in God’s eyes? They had the Key of David. What is that? How come you have never heard of it? Ask your “minister” gauge how he reacts!!

I grew up attending a Christian Reform church, but even as a youngster I felt the fake “country club” atmosphere. I saw, relatives that were Christian by name, yet when it came to family they cared more about reputation than an actual relative.

It all seemed wrong to me. I wondered why they worship on Sunday when clearly the Bible state Saturday is the Sabbath. I have read mans theory on this and know who and when this changed. I have yet to find one instance in the Word of this change.

Why does it matter? It was the very first Commandment give to man. It is the most repeated commandment in the Bible. So I would think that if God Changed the Sabbath he would have made it clear to man. Instead, you have a decision in the council of Nicea to change the day to stop the conflict between the Pagans and the Christians. Sunday is the Sun God worship day. “For false messiahs and false prophets will rise up and perform great signs and wonders so as to deceive, if possible, even God’s chosen ones.” Matthew 24:24

Know what is the Key of David? It is the deception that the “Jews” are the chosen people of God. The Chosen were the Israelites and Judah was just one tribe of 12!!! That would be like calling all Americans, Hoosiers. This video from the Philadelphia Church of God explains. ~RJH

 

 

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