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Jesus Christ now Twitter Verified (www.sfgate.com)

Twitter verifies account for Jesus Christ.

Mark 13:6 6 For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.

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breaker
breaker
8 days ago

I KNEW it!

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
8 days ago

The icon on the account is Buddy Christ from the film Dogma, one of the most Satanic movies I have ever seen. I am actually writing a post about it, will submit it soon. I think this may be an account for the filmmaker Kevin Smith.

Yokel17
Yokel17
7 days ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

It’s the Beginning of sorrows

jerrycan
jerrycan
7 days ago

I have a question about the official picture of jesus. Are we sure this is how jesus used to look like?
What is the origin of this Jesus , Mary paintings, pictures that we have in every church?

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
7 days ago
Reply to  jerrycan

Watch this for one perspective on that. 666 & The Cult of Saturn – Vigilant Links

Michele
Michele
7 days ago
Reply to  jerrycan

Yeshua is the name of the Messiah in the Bible. The Catholic Church then supplanted the real Messiah with its fake messiah, Jesus. Catholicism actually means universalism because it includes all religions. Therefore, Jesus is the false god of all religions that says that everyone is going to heaven whether atheist, satanist, agnostic, Jew, Muslim, Hindu, etc. However, Yeshua said that nobody will go to heaven unless they are reconciled to God by accepting his sacrifice for their sins. Also, Yeshua was a Jew but it is forbidden for a Jew to have long hair. Therefore, the pictures of Jesus indicate that Jesus, the anti-messiah, is not a Jew. The anti-messiah or antrichrist likely claims to be a Jew but is not but is of the synagogue of Satan.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfBe4-Vw2xo

matt
matt
7 days ago
Reply to  Michele

if you really think the difference in the end is going to be because you called God Yeshua instead of Jesus than your looking at the wrong things

Michele
Michele
6 days ago
Reply to  matt

Constantine derived the name ‘Jesus’ to represent the religion of universalism. He supplanted Yeshua in an effort to create a one world religion that included all religions. However, the tenets of universalism are anti-messiah or anti-christ. Universalism says that everyone is going to heaven regardless of whether you accept Yeshua. Yeshua says you are not going to heaven unless you accept his sacrifice for your sins. Universalism contradicts Christianity. Therefore, the so called god of universalism is not the same entity as Yeshua.

A E
A E
6 days ago
Reply to  Michele

This is true, but YHWH is also able to find the true heart wherever it is at the time.

I used to despise one version of my shortened middle name, but then a new friend began to fondly call me it, hyphenated with my first and I felt the love and warmth and it didn’t bother me at all, I actually liked it. If someone I didn’t know tried to call me by that shortened nickname, it still rubbed me the wrong way.
Now, if they called me by that name, I’d still answer and it wouldn’t bother me a bit – why would I ignore a human being (especially one who doesn’t know me well and says it in an innocent attempt to “connect’ with me) over a technicality?

It’s like that with God, I think – He sees the heart and this is the greater importance.
I called Yeshua “Jesus” for almost my entire life yet still found him. I call him Yeshua now out of love and respect, but around people who only know him as Jesus and who aren’t yet ready for the deeper revelations, I call him “Jesus” along with them. It keeps from sowing confusion, guilt or shame in those who are trying to serve God in their best understanding and who continually demonstrate their personal searchings for truth.
My intent with them is to model truth with gentleness and when it is time, they will ask. Perhaps not of me, as not all messengers are received by all receivers equally – but they will ask someone they trust, or research, or pray, or all these things. Or someone will just explain it in the better way for their personal type of learning and understanding. We are all at different stages in our walks – the people I learn the most from do this same for me.

Yokel17
Yokel17
7 days ago
Reply to  jerrycan

Excellent question, he certainly wouldn’t have been white. People from the Israel tend to be more Mediterranean looking, olive skinned. Like Uri Gellar

jerrycan
jerrycan
7 days ago
Reply to  Yokel17

I hope we can have the perspective of some of the active VL members like 444gem, delete, tkwon, lgageharleya

Yokel17
Yokel17
7 days ago
Reply to  jerrycan

Don’t understand that comment, he was from Israel so he’ll look like other people from that area. Quite simple really

jerrycan
jerrycan
7 days ago
Reply to  Yokel17

I am not asking about how he looked like, i want to dig deep into the origin of these portrait paintings and statues we have in every church.
I’m suspecting these Jesus,Mary and even Angels and God paintings and sculptures to be originally of some Greek or Roman deities, i smell something wrong here.
In this point there is a total opposition between Christians and Muslims who forbid any personification of their prophet.

Michele
Michele
7 days ago
Reply to  jerrycan

again, while Yeshua’s father said not to worship the image of anything on Earth, the Catholic Church worships images of Its false God, Jesus, Mary, statues, relics, obelisks, etc. The video I posted above explains how the Catholic Church was founded in Rome on babylonian religions, not Christianity. The deity of Jesus was based on pagan false gods.