SIMON PETER!:THE “TRUE” BETRAYER OF JESUS IS REVEALED!”
My Brothers and Sisters, I have never read anything on the subject that I am about to reveal to you. Most of us will choose to disregard this information as speculative nonsense.
However there will be some of you, who after reading and researching the verses in this document, will receive a spiritual illumination and fire that no one will ever be able to extinguish again. For approximately two thousand years the New Testament writers have led us to believe that JUDAS ISCARIOT was the betrayer of Jesus.
We accepted that answer because there didn’t seemed to be any valid reason to question that statement until now! After careful study of the biblical scriptures in context, I have reason to believe that Judas never betrayed Jesus at all.
I believe Judas was used as the scapegoat by the Roman Catholic Church to cover up the real betrayer of Jesus and to justify the office of the Papacy. So if Judas didn’t betray Jesus who could it be? The betrayer of Jesus will probably shock you! I believe the betrayer of Jesus was one of his best friends. I believe the true betrayer of Jesus was none other than Simon Peter! Catholics proclaim that Peter was the First POPE ordained by Jesus himself.
My Brothers and Sisters as we shall see, this was a satanic lie allegedly perpetuated by Rome. Their purpose was to deny the truth so that they alone could interpret the Bible, fill the church coffers and lead the people on a direct road to HELL.
So let’s start our step by step investigation to see if the bible reveals who the betrayer of Jesus really was…
Now we all know that Peter was one of Jesus’ original student Disciples in the ministry. Peter and Jesus’ relationship wasn’t just a ministerial student/teacher type of relationship. Jesus and Peter eventually became good friends and were as close as brothers. Wherever Jesus went Peter was usually somewhere close by His side. Now when did Peter start following Jesus in the ministry and how did this friendship initially start?
The four gospels give very conflicting stories of how Jesus and Peter first met each other and also conflicting stories on how Jesus met some of the other Disciples as well.
Matthew 4:18, Mark 1:16 & Luke 5:2 tell us that Jesus was the one who went down to the Sea of Galilee looking for disciples to follow Him.
However John 1:35-42 contradicts those stories and says that the Disciples were the ones who went looking for Jesus and went and stayed at Jesus’ house with Him for the whole day.
In the first three gospels the Disciples believed Jesus because of the miracles Jesus performed on the boats.
However the book of John says that the Disciples sought Jesus because of the words of their original teacher, John the Baptist.
After John the Baptist is alleged to have proclaimed Jesus as the Son of God, Andrew and Peter supposedly became followers of Jesus’ ministry. Conflicting stories to say the least…
Yes, the New Testament gospels do tell us that Jesus was the Messiah, but when was this information first discovered and by who? When did these Disciples determine that Jesus was the Messiah?
- One of the two which heard John speak, and followed him, was Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother. He findeth his own brother Simon, and saith unto him, we have found the Messiah, which is, being interpreted the Christ. JOHN 1:41
So the book of John says that Andrew and Peter learned that Jesus was the Messiah from their original mentor, John the Baptist. This statement once again leads to more conflicting statements.
Did John the Baptist proclaim Jesus was the Messiah? Let’s read the book of John:
- “The next day “JOHN” seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, “BEHOLD the Lamb of God which “TAKETH AWAY the “SIN” of the WORLD THIS IS “HE” whom “I SAID”, after me cometh a man which is preferred before me, for he was before me.” JOHN 1: 29, 30
So after reading the above verse it does seem like John the Baptist is verifying that Jesus is the Messiah.
However, the book of Luke contradicts the above scriptures of John:
- “And the disciples of “JOHN” shewed him of all these things. And “JOHN”calling unto him two of his disciples sent them to Jesus, saying, art thou“HE” that should come? Or “LOOK FOR ANOTHER?” When the men were come unto him, they said, John Baptist hath sent us unto thee, saying, Art thou he that should come? Or look we for another?” LUKE 7:18-20
Wow! What a major contradiction! What have we just learned from these two verses?
- John the Baptist had never personally met Jesus before unless Jesus was one of the hundreds of people who came to him to be baptized.
- Did you notice that John the Baptist’s knowledge of Jesus came from rumors only after he went to jail? (See Luke 7:17, 18)
- John the Baptist never told Peter and Andrew that Jesus was the prophesied Messiah!
It seems to me that someone is purposely trying to invent scenarios for Jesus to fulfill.
As you can see from Luke’s gospel, John the Baptists’ disciples did not follow Jesus based on his recommendation.
If these disciples thought Jesus was the Messiah it would have been their own decision. I believe Andrew or Peter or possibly both are the culprits who initially started the rumors that Jesus was the Messiah.
The legend of Jesus was starting to grow and Jesus’ notoriety was beginning to reach celebrity status.
Wherever Jesus traveled massive crowds seemed to overflow. Being a simple Nazarene prophet, Jesus is confused by the sudden attention He is receiving. When Jesus arrives at Caesarea Philippi, once again there is another massive crowd waiting for His arrival. Now Jesus knows something peculiar is going on. So Jesus decides to question His Disciples and find out what is really going on:
- When Jesus came into the coasts of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, saying, whom do men say that I the Son of Man am?” MATTHEW 16:13
Seeing the anticipation in the eyes of the people at Caesarea, Jesus wanted to know who all the people were, and why so many people are in attendance. Jesus probably could hear the cheers and adoration from the people.
Jesus knows that kings and other important dignitaries are the ones who would normally receive this sort of treatment. Jesus realizes that these people are literally praising Him instead of God. So Jesus turns to His Disciples and asks them:
“Who do these people think I, the SON of a MAN really am?”
Did you notice how Jesus made a clear and humble distinction to the Disciples that He was nothing more than a mere son of a “MAN?”
Think about it for a moment and let it sink in. Now let’s get back to our subject.
So Jesus asks the Disciples who the people think He is:
- And they said, some say that thou art John the Baptist: some, Elias; and others, Jeremiah, or one of the prophets. MATTHEW 16:14
The Disciples inform Jesus that some of the people think that He may be the second coming of John the Baptist or Elijah or even Jeremiah.
Now these are three of the most renowned and respected of the Hebrew prophets.
For Jesus to be placed on such a high regard as these three great men is really an honor.
However Jesus wants to know where these people could have possibly heard such ridiculous nonsense as this.
After careful consideration there can only be one possible answer to why the people might believe something like this. Jesus believes one of His own Disciples may have told the people that He is the Messiah. So Jesus asks them a very crucial question!
- He saith unto them, But WHOM say YE (Disciples) that I AM?MATTHEW 16:15
Well there it is! Jesus asks the question directly to the Disciples. Jesus needs to know if they are responsible for all of the crowd’s speculation.
One voice steps forward to give the crucial answer that will be heard and professed around the Christian world for generations to come!
- And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. MATTHEW 16:16
So as you can see, Peter was the one who stepped up and let Jesus know that He is the one responsible for the frenzy of the crowds.
Peter was the one who told the people that Jesus was more than just the son of a man.
Peter goes much farther and tells the people that Jesus was both the literal Son of God and that He is also the long awaitedMessiah! Amazing, isn’t it?
So what do you think Jesus’ response would have been to Peter’s answer?
Well that depends on which gospel you choose to believe.
Remember earlier I told you about the conspiracy of the Roman Catholic Church. I mentioned how the church suppressed the truth about the character of Peter to justify the office of the Pope.
Peter was said to have been the first official beholder of the office of the Pope, a position that has been coveted by the Catholic churches ever since.
I believe Matthew 16:17-18 were later added by the church to make us believe that Jesus was handing the leadership control of His church over to Peter after His death.
Now the first gospel written was the book of Mark.
In the book of Mark the lie that Peter is the so-called Rock of the church is not added to the scriptures at all!
Furthermore, if you look back and read Matthew 16:17-18, those two verses seem very out of place when you see the final words of Jesus in verse 20 where He tells Peter and the Disciples not to tell anyone that he is the Messiah.
So that both gospels will be totally identical, let’s eliminate verses 17 and 18 added by the Roman Catholic in Matthew:
- He saith unto them, But WHOM say YE that I AM? MATTHEW 16:15
Peter’s bold response to Jesus was:
- And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. MATTHEW 16:16
So again we see that Peter has no shame at all. Peter tells Jesus and the other Disciples that He thinks that Jesus may be the long awaited prophesied Messiah of the Jews.
Now my Brothers and Sisters, after reading this is context, you have to conclude the following:
Up to the point when Jesus asked the question in Matthew 16:15, Jesus never taught the Disciples that He was the prophesied Messiah!
If Jesus would have taught the Disciples that He was the messiah then His question to them would be totally pointless!
Jesus never told Peter or any Disciple that He was the messiah. This is why Jesus was so confused about all of the attention from the crowds.
Now I would have loved to see the face of the other Disciples after Peter admitted that he was responsible for spreading the rumors that Jesus was the messiah.
So what do you think Jesus’ real response was once He found out that Peter was the one responsible for spreading the rumors that He was the Messiah? Let’s see:
- Then CHARGED he (Jesus) His DISCIPLES that they should tell NOMAN that HE was Jesus the MESSIAH. MATTHEW 16:20
Wow! The truth finally comes forth! After Peter makes His asinine proclamation, Jesus turns to Peter and the rest of the Disciples and rebukes them for spreading such blasphemous lies to the people!
The bible says that Jesus gave His Disciples a direct order that they were never, to tell any man, woman or child the LIE that He was the prophesied Messiah ever again! Wow! This is incredible!
The gospel of Mark also confirms this point as well!
- …and PETER answereth and saith unto him, Thou art the Christ. And HE (JESUS) CHARGED them that they should tell NO MAN of Him. MARK 8:29, 30
Despite what you have learned in your churches the bible seems to tell a different story than what you have heard before!
As you can see, Jesus is not the Messiah as we have been told. Now let me repeat that again! Straight from Jesus’ own mouth,
He admits that He was not the Messiah!!!
Wow! Now don’t argue with me! I am not making this up!
You have just read two verses straight from the mouth of Jesus that I’m sure the Greco-Roman Churches wished they would have edited out of the bible now!
Both Matthew and Mark’s gospels tell us that not only does Jesus deny being the awaited Messiah, but He also gave His Disciples a direct order or commandment for them to neverrepeat this nonsense ever again! Yes you heard the scripture correctly!
Jesus ordered Peter and any of the other Disciples to never tell the people that He is a Messiah.
Now you know the truth! However, when you go back to your churches and attempt to teach this truth, the people are going to call you unsaved or even a devil. Your minister or pastors will try to pacify you with ridiculous rhetoric such as:
“Jesus was not prohibiting the Disciples from teaching the people that He was the Messiah forever. Jesus wanted to temporarily silence the Disciples’ rumors until after He had finished His ministry on earth.” Ridiculous ChurchDogma 101
I’m sure that you will agree with me that this has to be one of the silliest answers you have ever heard! I’m sorry, Jesus’ words are very clear. He is not the messiah; so says Jesus! Amen!
So why would Peter make up something like this? Why would Peter attempt to stir up the emotion of the people by telling them that Jesus was the Messiah?
A quick history lesson:
Remember the Jews were being oppressed by the Roman Empire. Everyone assumed that John the Baptist was the long awaited Messiah because of the fire of his anointed words. (See John 1:19-25).
Peter also thought that his original teacher, John the Baptist, was the Messiah as well.
All of those plans went up in smoke after John was imprisoned and beheaded!
Someone had to take John the Baptist’s place as a messianicchampion to rally the people against Rome.
After Jesus arrives on the scene preaching the same message as John, Peter decided that Jesus could be the one that could assemble the people to revolt against the Roman Empire as the Jewish conquering Messiah. Now you know the historical background.
So let’s return to Peter:
As you can see Peter had a vested interest in following Jesus’ ministry.
To Peter, Jesus has the potential to be an untapped goldmine both spiritually and financially to the right person who could mold Jesus into the proper political candidate.
Sounds good, right? Peter has a plan but unfortunately for Peter Jesus had a different agenda.
- From that time forth began Jesus to show unto his Disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised again the third day. MATTHEW 16:21
Can you imagine the look on Peter’s face when Jesus informs the Disciples of His own plans in Jerusalem?
This knowledge lights a fire of rage in Peter’s heart!
Jesus knew that by going to Jerusalem He may face certain death just like the other prophets who also attempted to teach the people how to repent and turn back to their heavenly Father YHWH.
Jesus’ plan was to do God’s will and teach the people to humbly turn back to God.
This goes against Peter’s plans and this starts the beginning of Peter’s hatred for Jesus and the ministry!
Peter feels that he can change Jesus’ mind. Peter applies thepressure screws to Jesus:
- Then Peter took him (Jesus) and began to rebuke him, saying be it far from thee, Lord: this shall be unto thee. MATTHEW 16:22
Can you believe the nerve of Peter? Peter thinks he has the right to scold and rebuke Jesus. Huh?
Peter knows that Jesus is his future meal ticket, so Peter angrily decides he will rebuke Jesus for speaking such foolishness!
Because Peter has so much anger and rage inside of him Jesus can now see the true character and hidden agendas of Peter now!
Jesus realizes that Peter had another motive for following Him.
After Peter’s true nature is exposed, Jesus stops Peter’s rant and counter-attacks Peter with the truth! Jesus lets us know that Peter’s true motive was PERSONAL GAIN:
- But He turned, and said unto Peter, Get thee behind me, SATAN: thou (Peter) art an OFFENCE unto me: for thou (Peter) savourest not the things that be of GOD, but those that be of MEN. MATTHEW 16:23
Jesus became so angry with Peter’s messiah rumors and greed that He decided to scold Peter in front of all of the other Disciples! Jesus calls Peter by his true name, Satan whichmeans: the Adversary.
Jesus realized from Peter’s actions that Peter was anOFFENSIVE to Him and to GOD!
Does Peter still sound like the “ROCK” that Jesus was to build His Church upon?
Since Christians believe in “demon possession” we have to also ask:
“Was Jesus rebuking the Devil that entered Peter?”
No, Jesus was not speaking to another demon entity.
Jesus was speaking directly to Peter and calling him Satan because Peter’s heart was not pure.
Peter’s mind and heart were focused only on his own financial desires.
Jesus told Peter that he was not following Him because he had a desire to be a soul winner for God’s kingdom. Jesus says that Peter desires are selfish in nature.
Peter wanted the materialistic goods that men have. So what material things of men do you think Peter desired? Yes you guessed it, Peter wanted:
POWER, NOTORIETY, , RESPECT and large amounts ofMONEY!
These are the things that Peter desired most in his heart and Jesus knew it.
Now after rebuking Peter, Jesus turns and warns the other Disciples and followers NOT to become like Peter.
Jesus teaches them that true followers of God must denythemselves, learn the truth and follow His example.
Jesus says in Mathew 16:25 that whosoever will save his OWNlife shall lose it and who ever will lose his life shall find eternal life!
Now Jesus again preaches a major topic that shows us that Peter was not a true Disciple.
01.) Did Peter follow the last part of the teaching of Jesus and DENY himself? NO!
02.) Did Peter SAVE his own Life? YES HE DID!
Before we continue let’s recap what we have learned so far:
- Jesus denies being the Messiah and gives a strict“COMMANDMENT” to the Disciples to NEVER tell anyone that lie again. MATTHEW 16:16 & MARK 8:29, 30
- Jesus then gives a premonition of Peter’s betrayal: MATTHEW 16:21
- Jesus rebukes Peter in front of everyone and says Peter is being ahindrance to His ministry of Yahweh. MATTHEW 16:23
- Jesus calls Peter SATAN which means adversary. Or OPPOSER!MATTHEW 16:23
- Jesus boldly says Peter is following Him for the wrong reasons and that He is not really seeking Yahweh’s kingdom, only power andnotoriety. MATTHEW 16:23
- Jesus tells all of the Disciples and followers that if they are to follow His ministry they must not be selfish and deny themselves unlike Peter.MATTHEW 16:24
What does an adversary do? He opposes the actions of others.
If you are doing good things the adversary wants you to do thebad ones.
If you are attempting to free others from spiritual bondage as Jesus was, then Peter, who Jesus calls Satan, would have tooppose you to the highest regard and limit your ministry.
Jesus continues using Peter as his example of what not to do in the ministry. I’m sure at this point Peter’s blood is boiling! Peter is outraged at Jesus!
Can you imagine what is on Peter’s mind now?
“After all that I have done for Jesus, He has the nerve toembarrass me in front of the other Disciples and call me a devil?” I made you Jesus and I can BREAK you too!
Peter is probably thinking that he is the one responsible for Jesus’ popularity.
Not only did Jesus foil Peter’s plan for world domination but Jesus also embarrasses Peter in front of all of the other Disciples as well! Lastly after Jesus rebukes Peter for following Him for money and power, Jesus turns to the other Disciples and says the following:
- For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? 37. Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul. MATTHEW 16:26 & MARK 8:36-37
Notice how Jesus, after rebuking Peter, continues teaching the people the truth about the betrayer without having to even say Peter’s name. Jesus asks:
“What will a man give in exchange for His soul?”
Maybe He should ask Peter what he will ACCEPT in exchange for his soul as well.
The very next verse shows more light on whom Jesus is clearly speaking about:
- WHOSOEVER therefore shall be “ASHAMED” of me and of “MY WORDS” in this adulterous and sinful generation; of “HIM” shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels. MARK 8:38
Does this verse fit Peter perfectly? Yes it does!
Jesus gave the other Disciples a “prophetic” warning in advance about the person who will be ashamed of Him and His Ministry of Yahweh.
Jesus speaks openly about His betrayer and also directly to His betrayer.
Apparently Peter does not understand the message and decides to try his Grandstanding tactics once again.
Jesus quickly shuts Peter’s mouth harshly!
- PETER answered and said unto him, though all men shall beoffended because of thee, yet will I never be offended.MATTHEW 26:33
Wow! How noble of Peter to be willing to stand up and acknowledge that He stands with Jesus with pride before all men. Yeah right. Peter is so gallant isn’t he?
He makes a promise to Jesus and says He will never beembarrassed by Jesus or his ministry.
Jesus knows a con man when He hears one and He knows Peter is full of crap! So again Jesus rebukes Peter/Satan and says he is a liar!
- Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, (Peter) that this night, before the cock crows, thou shalt DENY ME THRICE. MATTHEW 26:34
Jesus tells Peter that He will be the FIRST to deny him.
Jesus has just again embarrassed Peter in front of the rest of the Disciples.
Peter tells Jesus in a stronger voice that he is willing to die for Jesus and will never deny Him!
Jesus knew better and says that He will not have to wait long for Peter’s betrayal because Peter was going to deny Jesus thatVERY NIGHT!
Now Luke tells the same exact story as Matthew but elaborates further about the Character of Peter. Let’s read the scriptures that lead up to Peter denying Jesus three times:
- And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, SATAN hath desired to have HAVE YOU, that he may sift you as wheat:
But I have prayed for thee, that thy (FAITH) FAIL NOT: and whenTHOU art CONVERTED, strengthen thy brethren. LUKE 22:31, 32
Jesus again gives a “prophetic” warning about the character of Peter. Jesus knew the heart of Peter and points this out to him.
Remember earlier Jesus told Peter that he didn’t desire the kingdom of God. Jesus said that Peter desired the riches andpower of men.
Jesus makes it clear to Peter that Satan also knows Peter’s true heart and wants to use Peter to do his evil work. Jesus uses the term:
“Sift you as wheat.”
“PETER, I have prayed for you that your faith in God does not fail.”
“When you are finally converted strengthen your brethren.”
There is an old saying that goes:
“Keep your friends close but keep your Enemies even CLOSER!”
Jesus didn’t want to give up on His friend Peter even though He knew the evil in Peter’s heart.
Jesus, anticipating that God will eventually hear His prayers, says to Peter:
“When you finally submit yourself to the will of Yahweh and are finally CONVERTED, strengthen your brethren.”
As you see by Jesus’ own statement, Peter was not aConverted follower of His.
Peter followed Jesus for the notoriety that came with being associated with Jesus.
Mark 9:33, 34, tells us that some of the Disciples started arguing about which of them is the GREATEST of the Disciples.
When Jesus wants to know what all the commotion is about they are quiet.
Now as outspoken as Peter has been throughout the scriptures and since Jesus told us that Peter desires vain notoriety and the vain things of man, we know that he is involved in the debate.
Remember earlier Jesus told us that Peter needed to beCONVERTED:
- And said, Verily I say unto you, except ye be CONVERTED, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. MATTHEW 18:3
- And he sat down, and called the twelve, and saith unto them, if any man desire to be FIRST, the same shall be last of all, and servant of all. MARK 9:35
Jesus makes it clear to the arguing Disciples that except you beCONVERTED, and show the humility as a child, you will never enter into the Kingdom of Heaven.
It sounds like someone needs a spiritual conversion huh? I wonder which Disciple that could be hmmm?
Jesus also tells the Disciples that if any one of them has a desire for Power and Notoriety then they would be the last of all to enter the kingdom of heaven.
Now we all know which Disciple desired power and notoriety don’t we! Jesus told us that power and notoriety were the most important things that Peter craved most of all!
Peter has had enough! Peter sets satanic events in motion that will impact the world for more than two thousand years! The LIE that JUDAS is the betrayer of Jesus!
Now if you have read the verses that we have discussed in the previous discussion then I’m sure your spirit is now on fire for more knowledge. So let’s see if we can quench your spiritual thirst for knowledge…
Now can Simon Peter possibly be the true betrayer of Jesus instead of Judas? I do believe so.
Now I want you to remember something.
The gospels that we have in our bibles have the total approval of Rome and the Roman Empire.
Since they consider Peter as their first Pope you know that there was no way they would allow these facts into the bible which contradicts their satanic beliefs!
However, Jesus was able to still leave us enough clues to find out the truth.
Let’s move to the Passover Meal better known as the “Last Supper.”
- And as they did eat, he said, verily I say unto you, that (ONE) of you shall betray me. And they were exceeding sorrowful, and began every one of them to say unto him, Lord, is it I? And he answered and said, He that dippeth his hand with me in the dish, the same shall betray me. MATTHEW 26:21-23
Now Jesus says that the ONE who shares the same dish with Him is the same person who will betray Him.
We have been told that the person that shared the dish Jesus was Judas Iscariot. I do not believe that is the truth. Now ask yourself:
“Which of the Disciples would actually share the same Dish with Jesus?”
Let’s use the power of deduction.
We can come to the conclusion that with a minimum of thirteen people, including Jesus, eating the Passover meal, there could be no more than FOUR people per dish for Jesus to make such a statement.
So if we think about Jesus is one,
Who were the closest THREE Disciples that would share the same Dish with Jesus?
We can see that it is:
PETER, JAMES and JOHN.
These are the same three that He took with Him to pray.
These are the three that would be the closest to Jesus around the table and not Judas.
These are also the three men who would know every move Jesus made and every place that He was scheduled to visit.
Judas and the other Disciples would not necessarily have access to all of this information.
If there was really someone actually going to betray Jesus, it would have to been one of these three men, and I believe that it was Peter.
I also believe that the false writers of SATAN replaced Peter’s, name, who Jesus told us desired ONLY the THINGS of MAN and not GOD, in used Judas as the scapegoat!
Jesus knows that the soldiers and the men sent by the high Priests are looking for Him and He does not want to die. Jesus decided to go to a safe haven and pray for deliverance before the soldiers can overtake them.
He decided to take PETER along with Him as a guard and lookout while He goes and prays. What a big mistake! Peter can’t even do that right and goes to sleep, maybe because he already knows what is about to happen:
- And he cometh unto the disciples, and findeth them asleep, and saith unto PETER, What, could ye not watch with me one hour? Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the FLESH IS WEAK. MATTHEW 26:40-41
What does Jesus mean when He tells Peter to pray that he enters not into Temptation?
Is Jesus talking about the Temptation of going to sleep?
No, Jesus is talking about another temptation that most Christians are not aware of.
Now Jesus just warned us earlier that Peter does not savor or like doing true ministry or the other things of God.
He says that Peter savors the things of MAN. Things such as
Power, Notoriety, Respect,
And, for Peter the greatest of these things of Man, MONEY! Perhaps even:
“Thirty pieces of SILVER?!!”
Jesus goes and prays two more times and each time Jesus comes and finds Peter sleeping comfortably.
Just as Jesus comes to wake them up, suddenly the soldiers are upon them!
It is right after the soldiers come that we are told that Judas betrays Jesus with an alleged kiss.
Read all four gospel stories. You will see that they can’t even agree if Judas kissed Jesus or not.
What ever happened we know that the soldiers took Jesus into custody and all of the Disciples fled for their lives! (Mark 14:50)
Pay close attention to what happens next:
- Then Simon Peter having a sword drew it, and smote the high priest’s servant, and cut off his right ear. The servant’s name was Malchus. JOHN 18:10
People of God I have a question that needs to really be asked at this point:
(PERSONAL NOTE) If Peter really cut the ear off the high priest’s servant or soldier why wasn’t he KILLED or even ARRESTED?
If you were a soldier and someone attacked one of your companions wouldn’t you do something??? I know I would. Apparently Peter was too valuable to the cause and was above reproach. Hmm Interesting…
Now since we are told that Judas is the alleged betrayer of Jesus it would be natural to assume that he returned with the soldiers right?
However the strangest unexpected thing happened next.
The bible says that Peter goes with Jesus or possibly he goes with the Soldiers and the Men of the High Priest back to the judgment hall and guess what happens? Peter literally:
SITS WITH the SOLDIERS!
- And they that had laid hold on Jesus led him away to Caiaphas the high priest, where the scribes and the elders were assembled. But Peter followed him afar off unto the high priest’s palace, and WENT IN, and SAT WITH the SERVANTS to SEE THE END. MATTHEW 26:57-58
Wait a minute!? YIKES! Did the scriptures just say what I think it said?
Surely something must be wrong with my eyes right?
The bible says that Peter actually went inside the high priest’s palace and sat all the way through the trial until it was over!
That is the most unbelievable thing that I have ever discovered in the bible!
Does this make any sense to you?
This is the kind of information that you will never hear in your own churches! Peter is in total cahoots with the High Priest!
Say it isn’t so Peter? Say it isn’t so!
Think about it, all of the other Disciples, James, Jesus’ own brother included, ran fearing for their lives because anyone associated with Jesus would have been arrested and/or killed with Him.
01.) So did Peter have a giant “S” on his chest?
02.) Was Peter the “Super Disciple?”
No, and now we can understand why Peter didn’t escape like the other Disciples. He was the one that was bribed by the High Counsel and not Judas!
You and I all know that no one with a price on their heads would even consider going inside the high priest’s palace or actually sitting inside the temple with the servants of the High Priest!
John 18 adds a little more information to the story than Matthew does.
As Jesus is led into the prison chambers to await His mock trial, Peter decides to visit a few old friends.
Peter goes outside and warms himself by the fire not only with the other servants but also with the OFFICERS/SOLDIERS of the High Council!
- And the servants and officers stood there, who had made a fire of coals; for it was cold: and they warmed themselves: and PETER STOOD WITH THEM and warmed himself. JOHN 18:18
So as we can see Peter has NO FEAR at all!
Peter feels like he has found a true home among his new friends. Peter is finally getting the respect and attention that he feels he deserves.
Everyone is celebrating the capture of this alleged criminal Jesus and Peter celebrates right along with them around the fire.
Nothing can bring Peter down off this emotion high that he is feeling, right? Wrong! Someone recognizes Peter!
- Now Peter sat without in the palace: and a damsel came unto him, saying, Thou also wast with Jesus of Galilee. But HE DENIED BEFORE THEM ALL saying, I know not what thou sayest. MATTHEW 26:69-70
Whew! That was close!
A damsel thinks she knows Peter. She confronts Peter in front of his new buddies. Peter successfully convinces her that she is wrong. Peter was almost discovered!
However, it is not over Peter:
- And when he was gone out into the porch, another maid saw him, and said unto them that were there, this fellow was also with Jesus of Nazareth. And again HE DENIED with AN OATH, I do NOT KNOW the man. MATTHEW 26:71-72
Whew! Another close call!
Another woman recognizes Peter and the Soldiers are probably getting pretty suspicious. So Peter reassures the woman by swearing that He has never met this Jesus character.
Peter probably doesn’t need the heat from that old fire now! I’m sure his temperature is quite elevated now, what do you think?
Surely this has to be the last person to recognize Peter, right? Wrong!
- And after a while came unto him they that stood by, and said to Peter, Surely thou also art one of them; for thy speech betrayeth thee. Then began he to CURSE and to SWEAR, saying, I KNOW NOT the man. And immediately the cock crew. And Peter remembered the word of Jesus, which said unto him, before the cock crow, thou shalt deny me thrice. And he went out, and wept bitterly. MATTHEW 26:73-75
Now Luke gives us another revealing piece of information about Peter’s denial. Apparently at some point Jesus and Peter are very close to each other. Look at what Luke says happened once Peter denied Jesus the last time:
- And the Lord turned, and looked upon Peter. And Peter remembered the word of the Lord, how he said unto him, before the cock crow, thou shalt deny me thrice. And Peter went out, and wept bitterly. Luke 22:61-62
Again, all of the other Disciples are in hiding but Peter is allowed inside the temple? How can this be seeing that this is a secretive and closed session?
Yet clearly we see that SIMON PETER, and NOT JUDAS, is the only Disciple allowed into the courtroom.
Peter is allowed to sit close enough to the proceedings that he can not only hear what is going on, but Peter can also look directly into the EYES of Jesus.
I guess even in a kangaroo court like this one, the accused is still allowed to look into the eyes of the accuser!
This scripture is very illuminating! We can see that Jesus was able to see His betrayer’s face up close!
Now Jesus has no choice but to finally accept the truth. One of His closest friends has betrayed Him.
Peter cannot be saved from himself.
This is why Jesus gives Peter a look of either disgust or sadness.
With all of this information it is very hard not to see why the Catholic scribes would not want us to uncover this truth about Peter.
You and I know that Judas is not the one who accepts the money from the High Priest. It was Peter;
Judas is innocent of all charges…
Are you excited now? You should be because you are finally seeing the truth that has been hidden for over two thousand years.
Notice first that Peter didn’t run away as the other Disciples had. Peter sat inside the Palace with the other servants of the High Priest until the hearing was over!
Was Peter really that brave knowing that at any moment he too could be on trial with Jesus?
No, Peter wasn’t brave at all.
Peter sits because He is the ONE who had just betrayed Jesus to the High Council and had no reason to fear them!
Now this is when Peter fulfills Jesus’ prophecy about him.
When the first lady asks Peter if He was one of Jesus’ Disciples, Peter testifies and says the first time:
“I KNOW NOT WHAT THOU SAYEST!“
When another lady asks Peter the same question an hour later Peter again denies Jesus and says:
“I SWEAR!! I DO NOT (KNOW) THE MAN!”
Inside the chambers Peter is confronted in front of Jesus and asked a third time if he is one of Jesus Disciples. Peter gets angry and starts to satanically swear up to heaven and Peter starts using profanity and cursing like a sailor and says:
“#! @#%#!!“ I SWEAR!! I (KNOW) NOT THE MAN!”
Wow! Such vulgar language and all of this from the alleged first Pope of the Catholic Church!? Amazing isn’t it?
As you can see Peter was not lying! For Peter really did not know Jesus or the true Purpose for Jesus’ Ministry.
Since Peter’s heart was not Godly, it was easy for the High Priests to bribe Him with Power and Money.
Jesus either didn’t want to give up on Peter or had to keep Peter around to do the will of God. Either way we can no longer deny the fact that Jesus did give us numerous warnings about Peter’s true character.
As we continue,
Jesus has been killed by the Romans and Peter’s betrayal is completed.
Or is it?
Jesus is allegedly crucified because of the betrayal of His best friend Simon Peter and not Judas.
Now before we begin this chapter, you have to know that the four gospels all contradict themselves badly.
Yes I said it; the four gospel testimonies are all different.
This means that someone has decided that certain parts of the bible needed a little “tweaking” so to speak.
Before we start let’s go back a little to the events at the tomb to lead up to our story:
- And as they went to tell his disciples, behold,Jesus met them, saying, All hail. And they came and held him by the feet, and worshiped him. Then said Jesus unto them, Be not afraid: go tell my brethren that they go into Galilee, and there shall they see me.MATTHEW 28:9, 10
Jesus appears to the woman and they held his feet and possibly kiss Him to see if it is actually him.
Now we can see that Jesus is definitely alive!
- Now is this a resurrected Jesus or a Jesus that is in literal hiding from his enemies?
A-ha! That is the million dollar question!!!
- And when she had thus said, she turned herself back, and saw Jesus standing, and knew not that it was Jesus.
- Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why weepest thou? Whom seekest thou? She, supposing him to be the gardener, saith unto him, Sir, if thou have borne him hence, tell me where thou hast laid him, and I will take him away. JOHN 20:14-15
- Mary didn’t even know who Jesus was because He possibly was in disguise!
- Mary thought He was the gardener.
Now the Gospel of John claims in the text that Mary allegedly saw two angels, which would be a miracle in itself.
Common sense would tell us that
- If she was allowed to see this alleged spectacle of two supernatural angels then there would be no need for Jesus to shield himself from Mary right?
Knowing this we have to conclude that:
- Jesus was in disguise and He was in hiding!
Afterwards, Mary runs and told the Disciples that Jesus was alive but they didn’t believe her.
- Who would believe this alleged whore, as the Catholic Church would call her?
Certainly not PETER; after all he is responsible for Jesus’ death.
So Mary has to be wrong. Surely this man can’t just suddenly appear, right? Pay close attention to the highlighted words below for greater clarity!
- Then the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, came Jesus and stood in the midst, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you.
- And when he had so said, he shewed unto them his hands and his side. Then were the disciples glad, when they saw the Lord. JOHN 20:19-20
The Gospel of JOHN says:
- Jesus was dressed in a disguised, dressed like the gardener or cemetery ground’s keeper.
- Not even Mary, his closet disciple could recognize him when she spoke to him face to face!
- Jesus needed to get word to the disciples where to meet Him in a pre-determined safe house!
- The Disciples had great fear of the Jews and all hid at the safe house!
- When darkness came and Jesus could not be seen or recognized, Jesus also joined the Disciples at the secret safe house!
When Jesus knocked on the door, he was still in disguise as the gardener or someone else! His disguise was so great in hiding who he was that Jesus had to:
- Physically show the Disciples his nail-scarred hands and feet for them to even accept or allow Jesus into the room!
Wow! Now that’s some serious James Bond-esque disguising here folks!
Now, Luke tells us illuminating details also but being the Greek that he is, he must bring in some unnecessary voodoo mysticism as well:
- And it came to pass, as he sat at meat with them, he took bread, and blessed it, and brake, and gave to them. And their eyes were opened, and they knew him; and he vanished out of their sight. LUKE 24:30, 31
Now the Gospel of LUKE says:
After darkness came, Jesus eventually came out of hiding and was extremely hungry!
Now, this is where the Jesus being in the grave three days and three nights scenario really make perfect sense!
For logic would say:
- Jesus was not in a literal GRAVE dead for three days but in a literal grave “yard” hiding for three days and three nights with no food or water !
Since there is absolutely no biblical prophecy that any Messiah was to die in a literal grave for anyone’s sins for three days, this would seem to make more sense than the eventual Greek and Roman pagan mysticism that we have today.
Lastly, even after all of his suffering, mockery, false accusations and betrayal by his best friend Peter, the bible says:
- Jesus took the time out to praise God for the food He and his disciples were about to eat.
Just like Job, Jesus still trusted and thanked God in spite of all he went through! This is a life-lesson for all of us to live by anyway.
Now, non-disciple Greek writer Luke, could have left well enough alone and been in total harmony with John’s account. But he then has to “embellish” the story and say:
- And their eyes were opened, and they knew him; and he vanished out of their sight. LUKE 24:30, 31
Oh come on Luke? Since you weren’t a Jew or even at this event, do you honestly expect us to believe your version when you claim:
- The disciples, who are in hiding for fear of the Jews, would allow some unknown stranger to come in and eat at the safe house?
- This stranger is allowed at the head of the table to give blessings to God over the meal?
- It wasn’t until this person prayed a prayer as Jesus would, that they then recognize Him?
Really? OH wait! Luke, adds:
- POOF! He allegedly vanishes into thin air?
Wow! I heard about “EAT & RUN” but this is ridiculous!
Why does Jesus have to eat and drink and then vanish?
Luke the Pagan, definitely has a flair for the dramatic in his Gentile version of events right? Or maybe, not being a Jew/Hebrew himself, he needed to make the story more appealing to Paul’s non-Hebrew Gentile cult followers.
I believe Jesus’ alleged vanishing means that He possibly just left secretly to visit the other Disciples, or plan his and Mary’s departure from Israel; nothing more.
Now the Gospel of MARK tells an identical story about the traveling Disciples that saw Jesus on the road. Look at the key word in below:
After that he appeared in another form unto two of them, as they walked, and went into the country. And they went and told it unto the residue: neither believed they them.
Afterward he appeared unto the eleven as they sat at meat, and upbraided them with their unbelief and hardness of heart, because they believed not them which had seen him after he was risen. Mark 16:12-14
Did you understand what happened? Mark says that Jesus appears in “ANOTHER FORM?” This is not saying Jesus was like the Amazing Kreskin or Houdini.
It is saying that Jesus was in another disguise people! WOW!
Yes! Jesus changed out of his gardener’s disguise and left his grave yard hiding place. Then he saw some allies on the road and sent them also to the safe house to tell his disciples that he was still alive and would meet them soon! Isn’t this amazing!?
- Now, why did Jesus feel the need to risk discovery and come out of his graveyard hiding place and reveal himself to these men?
It’s simple, with Peter literally hating Mary and all she stood for in Jesus’ life, there is no way the disciples would believe her over Jesus’ so-called best friend Simon Peter right?
So Jesus had to make sure all of the disciples would know that he is not dead as they were led to believe and that his death was faked and that he would meet them at the safe house as Mary told them!
Let me show you from Jesus’ own mouth why I am correct about this reasoning:
- Afterward he appeared unto the eleven as they sat at meat, and upbraided them with their unbelief and hardness of heart, because they believed not them which had seen him after he was risen. Mark 16:12-14
I’m sure you see it now! Yes, Although the disciples were told by Mary and by the allies of Jesus that he did not die, but was in hiding, they still would not believe their reports.
When Jesus finally arrived for supper, the scripture says Jesus was quite angry at them for not listening to Mary who he sent to them. Clearly as we can see by the “unbraiding” word that Jesus didn’t hold back his tongue lashing either!
Now for a moment let’s go back to Luke’s version before either he or a later scribe added in the deity voodoo mysticism about Jesus which is accepted dogma of today:
Anyways, Jesus comes out of hiding and reveals himself to His Disciples at the safe house. They are terrified and since none of them were there to witness the alleged crucifixion.
- They listened to PETER’S satanic lies that Judas had betrayed Jesus and that Jesus was now dead by the hands of the Romans!
Are these men really this gullible to believe in ghosts? I mean, come on! You just had three different witnesses to tell you Jesus didn’t die and was hiding from the Jews in disguise.
Now seeing Jesus at the door, This can’t be a real man, this has to be some sort of dream vision sent by God right? Wrong!
- Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have. And when he had thus spoken, he shewed them his hands and his feet.LUKE 24:39, 40
I know from these verses, a light is now shining in your spirit and you are having your “A-ha!” moment! Notice, Jesus is showing them that he is not some mystical being! For any superstitious person who wants to make this encounter some sort of “spiritual” moment. Jesus puts an end to that foolishness and says again:
Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have. And when he had thus spoken, he shewed them his hands and his feet.LUKE 24:39, 40
Sorry folks! You cannot argue with Jesus’ own words! Notice he is proving to the disciples that he did not die and is still alive! Although he may have went through the crucifixion like hundreds of others. He or his allies faked his death to escape the Jews or Romans!
This verses above gives us clear details and insight into the original truth about Jesus before Paul, Rome and Satan took over Christianity:
- Jesus was in disguise hiding in fear of His enemies.
- Jesus let’s them know that He is 100% all man.
- Jesus let’s the Disciples know that He is not a god or a spirit!
- Jesus was hungry and ate and drank like ordinary men.
- The verse claiming that they couldn’t touch Him because he hadn’t ascended to God was a lie for dramatic purposes (John 20:17)
- Why would a spirit now need food? Enoch didn’t eat when he came back to see his son…
- Being all man and not spirit He doesn’t merely vanish as Luke a (non-Disciple) would have us to believe.
Again this is my opinion on how these events may have unfolded. You have to decide on your own.
Even though the scripture says that he appeared to the eleven I really don’t believe Peter the betrayer was there at that time either.
After visiting the tomb Peter felt his work was done and he went on with his daily life.
Peter is so happy about his new wealth and prosperity. Without a care in the world Peter decides to go fishing with either some other followers of Jesus or with a few of his new friends who serve the evil high priest and missed the entire supper and events of the night before.
Suddenly that morning, events unfold that will bring sheer terror to the heart of Peter: JESUS IS ALIVE!
- But when the morning was now come, Jesus stood on the shore: but the disciples knew not that it was Jesus. JOHN 21:4
Jesus is standing on the shore yet they cannot recognize Him. Why? Apparently he is still in yet ANOTHER DISGUISE! Probably so he would not be known by His enemies or even better, to bring utter shock to his new enemy and betrayer SIMON PETER!
Since the Disciples didn’t know who He was, Jesus says something in code that only they would remember. He reminds them of one of His original miracles with the fishing nets.
Suddenly the Disciple that Jesus loved so much knew Him
(more on the true identity of this “loved” Disciple later on):
- Therefore that disciple whom Jesus loved saith unto Peter, It is the Lord. Now when Simon Peter heard that it was the Lord, he girt his fisher’s coat unto him, (for he was naked,) and did cast himself into the sea. JOHN 21:7
PETER heard the special “loved” Disciple say: “IT IS THE LORD!” Peter can’t believe it! How can this man be alive? Peter thinks:
“JESUS KNOWS IT WAS ME (SIMON!!)”
Hoping that Jesus didn’t see him, Peter jumps into the water. What is Peter to do, run or go to Jesus? Jesus sees Peter and tells the Disciples to bring the fish in to cook and eat.
In self-denial Peter thinks:
“Maybe he doesn’t know it was me?”
Peter goes to Jesus.
- Jesus saith unto them, Come and dine. And none of the disciples durst ask him, who art thou?Knowing that it was the Lord. Jesus then cometh, and taketh bread, and giveth them, and fish likewise.JOHN 21:12-13
Why should they ask who He is? Clearly the disguise is off.
Jesus gives bread and fish to His Disciples to eat. Jesus really loves to eat huh?
As we continue, Peter’s heart is now probably racing super fast. Peter is probably wondering if Jesus is about to expose him to the other Disciples.
Jesus says nothing during the meal. Peter possibly is scared to death wondering if this is his last meal before judgment comes. After dinner Jesus decides to finally interrogate Peter!
- So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs. JOHN 21:15
Jesus finally sets his sites on the character of Peter and possibly asks:
“Peter do you love me more than you love the respect of the others? If so feed the lambs or in other words
“TELL THEM THE TRUTH!”
Jesus then asks Peter the same question again:
- He saith to him again the second time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my sheep. JOHN 21:16
I’m not sure if Jesus was deaf or hard of hearing. Yet He asks Peter the same question a second time. Still, Peter doesn’t give the exact answer.
Now they say the “third” time is the charm right? So Jesus asks Peter the same question again!
- He saith unto him the third time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me? Peter was grieved because he said unto him the third time, Lovest thou me? And he said unto him, Lord, thou knowest all things; thou knowest that I love thee. Jesus saith unto him, Feed my sheep. JOHN 21:17
When Jesus did not get the answer that He was looking for, Jesus asks Peter yet a third time for the truth.
Peter is so upset now because Jesus is questioning his loyalty to Him. After Jesus asks Peter about his loyalty a third time, Peter knows that Jesus has found out the truth about him and the betrayal, Peter still will not admit the truth under the intense interrogation.
Maybe by asking this Devil three times Jesus would hope this Devil would flee from him as well…”
“PETER! If you love me then do the right thing!”
Jesus then gives Peter a prophetic warning of his demise:
- When you (Peter) were young, you were able to do as you liked and go wherever you wanted to; but when you are old, you will stretch out your hands and others will direct you and take you where you don’t want to go. Jesus said this to let him know what kind of death HE/PETER would die to glorify God. Then Jesus told him, “Follow me. JOHN 21:18,19Living Bible
Jesus tells Peter about his future. He tells Peter that he will be able to go and come as he pleases for now. However, when he gets older, another will become his teacher and guide him down the wrong path, a path that will lead Peter to his destruction.
We all know now that Peter’s teacher later became the false apostle, PAUL.
The bible says these exact words:
“Jesus said this to let him (PETER)know what kind of death HE/PETER would die.”
Jesus then says:
“Then Jesus told him, “Follow me.”
Now why do you think Jesus is telling Peter his future now? Don’t you find it very strange or peculiar that Jesus isn’t telling any of the other Disciples how they are going to die, only Peter?
Does that make any sense to you? Can you see Jesus’ angrily rebuking Peter and saying:
“Oh Peter stop your foolishness! I am warning you of your impending doom!” Peter if you want to glorify YHWH then follow me!”
Jesus is clearly attempting to save Peter from destruction. He unwaveringly tries to get Peter to convert from his evil ways and tell the truth.
Notice how Jesus says three major things in these verses about Peter.
- Peter does not love Jesus or the ministry.
- Peter is not feeding the sheep the true words of God.
- Jesus does not believe Peter is following Him or God.
Jesus clearly lets us know that Peter is not following Him. Still, after all of the warnings from Jesus Peter will not change. Peter, now agitated, turns away from all the questions of Jesus. I’m sure Jesus kept on trying to convert Peter.
So answer this quick question for me:
- “What was Peter doing that was so wrong or different from the other Disciples that made Jesus single him out?
You cannot overlook this question. In all four gospels Jesus has always used Peter as an example for the other Disciples as to what “not” to do. Go back and research all of these verses and you will see the satanic pattern that Peter has in the scriptures. Let’s move on…
Jesus has overly questioned Peter so many times it becomes apparent to anyone with common sense that there is something wrong with Peter.
Now for the shocker in the very next verse! Peter and Jesus are arguing or discussing Peter’s problems too loudly.
Peter thinks the conversation is a one on one conversation between Jesus and himself. However, someone else has been secretly listening to the private conversation in the background:
- Then PETER turning about, seeth the disciple whom Jesus “loved” following; which also leaned on his breast at supper, and said, Lord, which is he that betrayeth thee? JOHN 21:20-21
The book of John says that Simon Peter suddenly turns around in surprise or maybe in horror! Oh my! The cat is out of the bag now!
The one Disciple that Jesus was in “love” with i.e.Mary Magdalene now knows the truth. Jesus’ true betrayer is standing right there in their very midst!
Now don’t forget John has hidden messages in his text to throw off the Greco-Roman censors and scribes. Verse 20 ends saying:
Which is he that betrayeth thee?”
That wording is totally wrong! Remember we are taught that the Disciples were there when Judas allegedly betrayed Jesus with a kiss right?
So there would be no reason for this Disciple to ask something that the Disciples supposedly already knew. No my Brother and Sisters, when that other “LOVED” Disciple walked up and overheard the truth in the conversation, that Disciple really asked Jesus the question:
- Is this he (Peter) that betrayed thee! (Past tense.)
I’m glad that you are reading the verses right along with me step by step from John 21:15.
You cannot say that I am twisting these verses just to build a case against Peter.
Here once again the writer of John has given us another hidden coded message concerning this special unnamed Disciple that Jesus loved or was in“love with.”
Whatever the case, the truth has finally come out and the writer in John says that this other disciple now knows about Peter’s evil!
Now isn’t it easier to find the truth when you can go step by step?
There is no way you can tell me that Jesus and the other Disciples’ conversation was about Judas in this document. You and I know that is totally ridiculous.
The conversation started with Jesus questioning Peter’s loyalty and it ended with at least one other Disciple learning the truth. Yes, Peter is the true betrayer of Jesus!
Now that you know what is happening let’s finish learning about the events surrounding Peter’s betrayal.
- Peter, seeing him (Mary Magdalene) saith to Jesus, Lord, and what shall this man do? JOHN 21:20-21
The scripture says that Peter was definitely present when the unnamed Disciple who I am claiming was Mary Magdalene asks Jesus what Peter has done.
Now John is still limited in what he can say in his scriptures without raising the eyebrows of the Catholic Church. However, once again I believe the other Disciple is furious about what she has just learned about Peter! Verse 21 would not have ended with the question:
“What shall this man do?”
That question again is ridiculous because once again if they were speaking of Judas as the betrayer of Jesus, then that question would also be ridiculous. That Disciple would have already known what Judas had done. The other Disciple’s words would have been:
“WHAT SHALL WE DO TO PETER?”
The unnamed Disciple cannot believe that Jesus’ closest friend is the betrayer. The Disciple probably wants justice and probably wants Peter dead now.
The Disciple wants Jesus to get rid of Peter right away.
- Jesus saith unto him, If I will that he (Peter) tarry till I come, what is that to thee? Follow thou me. JOHN 21:22
Jesus gets mad at the violence that the Disciple now wants to perform. The other Disciple asks Jesus why Peter is still allowed to stay among them and asks the other Disciple:
“What is it to you if I want him around? Do not concern yourself about it just do what I say and follow me!”
Jesus wasn’t concerned with what that Disciple wanted because Jesus also had a hidden agenda. Jesus could not condone the Disciples killing Peter because that would be breaking the “thou shalt not kill” commandment. Jesus also couldn’t let Peter run back to his new friends at the High Council either.
Until Jesus’ escape plans are complete He has to make Peter think that all is well in the Jesus camp:
- Then went this saying abroad among the brethren (Disciples), that that disciple should not die: yet Jesus said not unto him, He shall not die; but, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee? JOHN 21:22-23
The Disciples know that Peter is the betrayer and they all want to kill Peter. Jesus tells the other Disciple that he “loved,” to secretly spread the word that Peter is not to die.
However, John gives us one last secret message at the end of the verse. John gives us a little “hint, hint, wink, wink” answer. John says that Peter was going to die by their hands but only when the time was right! Wow! John let’s us know that Jesus never said not to kill Peter but that they should all just let Peter tarry with them until their other plans are set in motion.
I believe Peter may have known that Jesus was planning to escape and that the other Disciples were going to kill him as well.
Peter then escapes from the hands of the Disciples and flees Israel. This is probably how Paul/Satan was able to get his hand on Peter and corrupt him later on as Jesus said would happen.
Peter wanted notoriety and fame and fortune. There was only one other ministry that could possibly fulfill Peter’s fleshly desires.
Peter joins the satanic ministry of Paul’s and together they change the true message of Jesus into the falsehood of Christendom today.
The writer of 1st John let’s us know that I am closer to the truth than you think.
Now remember we are told that Judas has died. However, John says that one of the false prophets and the false ministry came from one of the original Disciples!
- “Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there MANY ANTICHRISTS; whereby we know that it is the last time.
They went out FROM US, but they were NOT (OF US);
for IF they had been OF US, they would no doubt have CONTINUED with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were NOT ALL OF US. 1st. JOHN 2:18-19
Do you see what has been hidden from us and now has been revealed in the scriptures? John says:
- There are many Antichrists or false prophets(PETER), AGAINST Jesus’ true message of God.
- “Although they (PETER),came out FROM US, They(PETER), were not one OF US.”
- “IF they (PETER), had been truly ONE OF US,then they (PETER), would have CONTINUED WITH US!”
- When they (PETER), left us it was made manifest or (revealed) that they (PETER), were not one of us.
- The usage of the word ANTI-CHRIST really meant the one who was against JESUS’ true purpose AND not one who is against Jesus being the Messiah!
Now I must ask you: Outside of Judas, who is the only Disciple in the bible that willingly left the original Disciples? Yes you have it! It was Peter!
Listen to what JAMES’ brother JUDE has to say about the false deceitful prophets that also secretly infiltrated the ranks of the original Disciples:
- For there are “CERTAIN MEN” CREPT IN unawares, who were before of old ordained to this condemnation, “UNGODLY MEN,” turning the grace of “OUR GOD” into lasciviousness, and denying the “ONLY” Lord GOD/YHWH, and our Lord Jesus Christ. JUDE 1:4
Jude, just like John cannot say Peter’s name because the Catholic Church would never allow this truth into the bible. Notice the precise things that Jude tries to let us know about Peter’s evil. Jude says:
- There were certain men i.e. Peter and Paul who crept in secretly and infiltrated Jesus’ Ministry.
- The Disciples were unaware of the true character of Peter because this man was “before of old” i.e he was an original chosen Disciples of Jesus!
- Jude says these men Peter and Paul were UNGODLY and they started twisting Jesus’ gospel of YAHWEH into an EVIL false doctrine! Saying such demonic and blasphemous things such as:
a.) Jesus is the Messiah!
b.) The Laws of Moses are over now!
- Jude says that they (PETER) stopped preaching that YHWH was one God alone; which may have possibly lead to the eventual Gentile Church inventing the abomination known as the: “Trinity Doctrine.” They denied the true teaching ministry of their Lord or Rabbi/Teacher Jesus
Are you amazed? Have your ministers ever taught you what these verses mean?
The most incredible thing is that these verses are still in our bibles! The gospel writers are telling us the truth but since we do not truly study the bible, it is easy for the false theologians to teach us their warped satanic versions of the gospel. Jesus gave us warnings about the false prophets, Peter and Paul’s false ministries:
- Beware of false prophets which come to you in SHEEP’S CLOTHING, but INWARDLY they are ravening wolves. Not everyone 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. MATTHEW 7:15
Peter fulfilled this verse completely. We all believed Peter was a follower/sheep of Jesus. That is not true. Peter was a money hungry WOLF in SHEEP’S CLOTHING and didn’t want to be a mere poor prophet in the ministry.
Jesus warned Peter about his character and tried to convert him to feed the people. Jesus said that only those who will do the will of YHWH the Father would enter into heaven. The will of the Father was for us to repent and turn from our wicked ways. This again was not in the plans of Peter.
- 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? And then will I profess unto them, I never (KNEW) you: depart from me,YE that work INIQUITY. MATTHEW 7:21-23
Remember just because Peter and Paul can cast out devils or other magical tricks does not mean they are doing God’s work. Never forget that point!
This is the information that the Greco-Roman Church never wanted us to find out! We all have been lied to!
When Peter left the original Disciples to join Paul’s satanic ministry, Peter became totally lost just like Jesus prophesied.
- …when you are old, you will stretch out your hands and others (Paul) will direct you and take you where you don’t want to go. Jesus said this to let him know what kind of death HE/PETER would die…JOHN 21:18 Living Bible
- “And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, SATAN hath desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat: But I have prayed for thee, that THY (FAITH) FAIL NOT: and when THOU art CONVERTED strengthen thy brethren. LUKE 22:31
Notice clearly as we continue to read it one verse at a time that Peter alone is the main focus. Notice how:
- Jesus is speaking directly to Peter. JOHN 21:15-17
- Jesus is questioning only Peter. JOHN 21:15-17
- Jesus is telling Peter alone how he will eventually die.JOHN 21:18
- The other Disciple hears the conversation and realizes
that Peter is the betrayer. JOHN 21:19-20
- The other Disciple asks Jesus if Peter is the one that betrayed Him. JOHN 21:20
- John says Peter saw and heard the Disciple that Jesus loved asking Jesus if Peter was the betrayer. JOHN
- PETER and PAUL were deceitful partners with each other.
- Peter, just as Jesus said, was a Prince ofSATAN the same as Paul.
- Peter desired power and wealth and the accolades of men. Jesus’ ministry was about the kingdom of God and returning from wickedness.
- Peter wanted monetary rewards for his troubles.
Lastly, the writer in the book let’s us know one last hidden message.
The book of John could have been written by awoman, i.e. the unnamed Disciple that Jesus was in “love” with, Mary Magdalene!
- This is the disciple which testifieth of these things, and wrote these things: and we know that histestimony is true. JOHN 21:24
Notice clearly the phrasing that the author uses to let us know that he is not the person with this first hand knowledge.
John says that this other disciple is the one who witnessed all of these things first hand. Meaning it was not John the Disciple! Are you grasping this yet people?
From the writer’s own admission, we know that John didn’t witness any of these events! We know this because all of the MALE disciples were all in hiding! YEP!
There was only one disciple at the crucifixion that had first hand knowledge of the events and what words were said! We all know that this only the women were allowed at Jesus’ feet without retribution.
So as the book of John says, we KNOW that their testimony is true because they were actually there atJesus’ feet! Wow!
Then the author says concerning that other Disciple:
- “We know that “his/her/Mary’s” testimony is true!”
This is totally amazing! Now did Mary actually write these chapters?
That I really couldn’t say, but it is very possible. Truly possible!
Tell me something, let’s say that you were Mary Magdalene and you wrote a detailed gospel of Jesus’ life.
- “How would you get that information out to the general public knowing that the maledominated Catholic Church would have denied your total existence as one of Jesus’ Disciples,or defamed your role by calling you a whore?”
That’s right if you were Mary Magdalene you would have had to write your gospel using a malepseudonym or alias to get the gospel to the people.
My Brothers and Sisters, this is what I am professing; that Mary Magdalene may have written the gospel of John and over time the Catholic Church may have still edited out things that they did not like and added more false misleading scriptures and phrases to help us eliminate the God of Jesus.
So what now? If Jesus did not die as I seem to be alleging, then what happened to Him? What happened to Mary, His alleged wife?
Well, my true answer does not allow you to go back and continue to believe the old lies that we received from the Catholic Church.
You have read these verses and you know that Judas did not betray Jesus all on your own! There is no denying that now.
There is more detailed proof that all of you can see that will show you the truth and ANSWER your questions! The book is called:
Jesus: The Rise of the Nazarene!
Click on the link below and you can read excerpt from it that go hand-in-hand with the bible story before they were edited by the Satanic Roman Church! After reading the book, come back to the blog and give a testimony of how God has shown you the truth
You cannot serve two masters. You cannot serve a ministry where the preacher teaches you that God will bless you if you sow a financial “seed” into his ministry on one hand, and then refuse to rebuke us for not obeying God. Just like Jesus and Peter’s agendas were different, so are the agendas of your money hungry prosperity preachers and our heavenly Father YHWH…
I pray that you CHOOSE WISELY. May God Bless you…
I say again Fast, Pray, and Study. Read to find the truth that God has for each and every one of us. Do not rely on the “ROMAN CATHOLIC” churches or me for your understanding of God for we are only men. God will show you the truth if you diligently seek Him. Shalom/Salaam/Selah…