This explosive accounting ordained by God, and confirmed by Him through 3 physical signs, methodically reveals through referenced biblical resources, the fact changes have been made by men to His Word. It also brings to light certain doctrine crucial to salvation that is not in the New Testament, which Jesus had given in fulfillment of the Jeremiah 31:31 prophecy: “Behold, the days come, saith the LORD, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel.”
The changes made by men to the Bible, have caused numerous discerning Catholics and Protestants to question obvious contradictions they have found within their Bible. For instance, Exodus 24, Verses 3 and 4, state the Lord gave words and judgments that Moses wrote down, and then Verses 7 and 8 state Moses took the book of the covenant that he wrote, and instituted the Blood Covenant. Next, in Exodus 29, Verses, 10 through 42, the Lord gave to Moses blood sacrifice rituals and laws.
The inconsistency develops when one reads Isaiah 1, Verses 11 and 12: they reveal the Lord told Isaiah something very different. Verse 11 states the Lord wanted to know the reason for all the blood sacrifices unto Him, and He made it very clear He abhorred them. Next, in Verse 12, it states the Lord wanted Isaiah to tell Him who commanded these sacrifices?
Malachi 3:6 crystallizes the fact God does not contradict Himself, so that brings into question which of the diametrically opposing lessons are of God: the lessons conveyed in Exodus 24 and 29; or those given in Isaiah 1?
A different type of inconsistency is found in Matthew 15:24, as it applies to Romans 8:3 and 10:9-10. Matthew 15:24 reveals Jesus stated: “I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” However, Romans 8:3 and 10:9-10, lead one to believe God sent Jesus as salvation to all of mankind. Which is correct: did He come only for the lost sheep of Israel; or did He come to redeem all of mankind?
The King James and Catholic Bibles contain many more diametrically opposing lessons than those just addressed. God’s Book, ‘The Miracle of Three Physical Signs from God,’ through documented, referenced biblical resources, reveals facts that solidify which diametrically opposing lessons within the Old Testament are of God, as handed down through Holy Spirit and prophets. And it also crystallizes which lessons within the New Testament, are truly of Jesus, and His chosen Twelve.
God’s and Jesus’ book, has been structured in such a manner, as to facilitate its use as a Bible study tool, that will methodically reveal the lessons in the King James and Catholic Bibles, that are absolutely of God and Jesus, and it will crystallize which lessons are not of Them, even though they are taught in Their Names.