Friday, March 29, 2013


Lighting of Easter Candles
Every year, during spring, Catholics celebrate the Holy Week (Holy Days), and this goes on for  seven (7) days – Monday to Sunday.  The last day is often called as Easter Sunday (in commemoration of the ressurection of Jesus). This feast often falls on the month of March or April. Normally, these months celebrate the presence of Spring in certain countries having four (4) types of weather every year. Sunday marks the last day of the celebration as have been traditionally referred to by Englishmen as 'Easter Sunday,' and from where this reference has originated is what we are to expound to you.

The word “Easter” (Feast of the Passover) came from the root words garnered from the olden “politheism” religion (worship of many heathen gods), which was completely agreed upon and given emphasis by many bible scholars. This word has never been used in the original works of the holy scriptures, and it has never had any relevance of the truths written in the holy scriptures of the bible. Because of this, it is but appropriate to use the term “Resurrection Sunday”  instead of  “Easter” if  we would pertain to the earlier manner of remembrance by the Christians regarding the ressurection of Christ.

Thursday, November 22, 2012


During the distinctive time of Jesus as a cup of holiness (Holy Grail of the Holy Spirit of God),  he has voiced out the message of the Holy Spirit who lives and reigns in his entire being. As stated:

MAT 24:
5  For MANY SHALL COME IN MY NAME, SAYING, I AM CHRIST; and shall deceive many.

MAT 7:
21  not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but HE THAT DOETH THE WILL OF MY father which is in heaven.

22  Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?

23  And then will I profess unto them, I NEVER KNEW YOU: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

It is clear that the spirit of God in Jesus has emphasized that only those who follows the WILL (Laws) of the Father are the ones who can enter His kingdom in heaven (Mat 23:23).  This is a clear-cut truth, which states that adhering to the major and minor commandments of the Father is the only way to save one’s soul and grant that person the rights to enter the kingdom of heaven (Juan 12:50).

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The LORD said unto my lord

The LORD said unto my lord, Sit thou on my right hand, till I make  thine enemies thy footstool?
(Sinabi ng Panginoon sa aking panginoon, umupo ka sa aking kanan, hanggang sa aking gawing tungtungan mo ang iyong mga kaaway [Awit 110:1]).

he Old Testament is known throughout the world as a concrete form and basis for biblical studies in the true sense of holiness. It comprises holistic writings that convey the sacred teachings of the Spirit of God through the holy prophets who lived in different generations and times. However, only a few – from the vast majority of people in the world – are aware of the true essence of these writings.

As a result, many continue to be in the dark with regards to the real essence of the words of God that have been highly stressed and given importance at various holy books which contain these things. This is one of the primary reasons why more and more people have lost their way here on earth. 

Said to be the righteous path of life of mankind, the holy writings are presented in a step-by-step and moderate manner of procedures that would help all men towards the saving of their souls and the forgiveness of sins. The righteous path, if expounded, pertains to the form and image of the work that is being acquiesced by the truth that is being introduced in its true and holy state.

Friday, August 31, 2012

Prayer to the Saints

Jesus preaching the Gospel of the Kingdom

Due to the currently existing trend, it seems that we may have difficulty in counting the number of people who do not truly comprehend the holy teachings – known as the Gospel of the Kingdom - that are quite popular to those who read the holy works (Bible). This specifically pertains to the words of Jesus Christ – that have been spoken and written by the twelve (12) apostles. Luckily, among these, the books of Matthew and John were included in the olden works of the Roman Empire so that it would a beneficial part of the New Testament of the Roman Bible.

Anyone can actually agree to what is presented by the holy teachings if these things would show that they are truly the words of God that were known to be spoken by Jesus himself.

Because of this,  what Jesus has spoken has been considered by many as believable and true. That is why whatever other holy teaching is then acknowledged as false or a twisted form of the truth – especially if it includes or talks about any incidence of rebellion or opposition to anything that may run contrary to what he himself has spoken.

Now, based on the belief of the biblical truths (that were spoken by Jesus), we can now give light to the issue that, clearly, has something to do with the “holy prayers.” There will also be an explanation on some passages of the Old Testament – in the attempt that the word (Gospel of the Kingdom) be strengthened in conformance with reality.

Friday, February 10, 2012


The term, “Messianic” is derived from the title, “Messiah,” which pertains to the followers of “Mashiyach (מָשִׁיחַ)” of Israel who worship YHVH (YOHVAH), and that which remaineth in HIS word is the Torah.

The grammatical particle, "Notzrim" is a new Hebrew word referring to the followers of Christ. This doesn’t pertain to the Mashiyach (anointed) of Torah but to the Mashiyach Jesus in the New Testament. The Christianity that Paul had introduced in that book has become biased, and had exceedingly inclined towards one Christ - Jesus.

Do you know that in the olden days – thousands of years before Jesus Christ was born, the confederation of Christianity strongly prevailed in Israel and its neighboring areas? Not only is the term depicted within the precise nomenclature, but the practical application of the teachings of Christ (messianic teaching) is also included in one’s heart and mind. This is because that the words of God (gospel of the kingdom) abundantly and freely flows out from the mouth of anyone who is a Christ King or Prophet Christ. Whoever holds a just reason behind their words would comply and embody these things – that person is, no doubt, included among those holy and legitimate members of the Christianity of God.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Jesus Christ: A True God or a Son of Man?

ven though so many centuries had passed, the controversial religious debate had not seemed to die down regarding whether or not Jesus Christ is really an embodiment of God or is considered to be among the ranks of the holy prophets. Most of the religious sects in the world do not actually consider the first born of Mary as a God, but as a son of man. Merely the Greco-Roman (Paulinian) Christianity is the only religious group that thoroughly believes and considers Jesus Christ to be God. Up to now, the opposing sides remain as such – still in an unending debate - regarding the beliefs of this particular religious doctrine.

On one side, the believers to this Godly notion of Christ’s essence are not few. On the other hand, those who faithfully consider Jesus Christ as the son of man as based from the truths laid bare from the Holy Bible – including the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) and other religious groups – are also great in number, and they stand by their knowledge that Jesus Christ is the one and only religious savior that was chosen by God to eradicate the sins of humanity.  

From the joint efforts garnered through a thorough research of the learned bible scholars and of most of the people of society regarding this endless debatable issue, it has been proven that Jesus Christ, as the first-born of Mary, is not – in all actuality - rightful to be called as a true God. The manner of how those who claim this issue to be false and how they have arrived on the conclusion that Jesus is indeed God is what we are going to give a crystal clarity and enlightenment to in this piece.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

The Coming of the Anti-Christ

Listen and know who the real anti-Christ is. That which appears to be true may not come out as the real truth. Whosoever follows the gospel of the uncircumcised, and shows outward rebellion towards the words of God (gospel of the circumcised) that came directly from the mouth of Jesus Christ and other (real) holy prophets is aptly called as an anti-Christ.