the Book of “MATTHEW’S Eleven FALSE Prophecies!!!
Matthew’s Eleven False Prophecies?
DID A DISCIPLE NAMED MATTHEW write the book of Matthew? NO! NO! NO! Notice the TRICKERY of the Roman Catholic church to add the phrase: “The Gospel “ACCORDING” to:”
What we do know for a fact—admitted even by the Catholic Encyclopedia—is that the titles attached to the gospels, “The Gospel According to Matthew,” etc., are not original to the texts but were added later. Indeed, the term “according to” in the original Greek—kata—could be interpreted to suggest that the texts were understood to be relating a tradition ofthese individuals, rather than having been written by them. In reality, none of the evangelists identifies himself as a character in the gospel story. As one glaring example of this detachment, it is claimed that Matthew was recording events he himself had witnessed, but the gospel attributed to him begins before he had been called by Jesus and speaks of Matthew in the third person…. Did you guys get that? MARK’S GOSPEL was written first, and Paul/Satan’s diabolical false gospels were written next, then followed by Luke the PAGAN Apostle/puppet of Paul’s and then the Roman Church copied from PAUL’S LIES and wrote the Gospel according to MATTHEW, with all of these FALSE PROPHECIES for Jesus to fulfill! Since we now know the truth that the Greek and Roman Church made up this gospel of Matthew, let’s really examine the lies within this edited book! In previous chapters of this book we have discussed many of the Old Testament verses Matthew the attempted to use as references to prove Jesus was the Messiah. For the sake of space I will not go over the same material in depth again. Read the chapter entitled: “The Christian Messiah” for a greater detailed study on most of the falsehood on Matthew. I am going to list only some of Matthew’s alleged prophetic verses along with the Old Testament references he uses to support his argument. Read what Matthew has to say first and then read the Old Testament verses in context to see if he is correct. You will never see a prophecy in any of these verses that refer to Jesus or any other futuristic Messiah.
1) Born of a “VIRGIN?”
Matthew purposely twisted a previously fulfilled Old Testament prophecy of Isaiah’s own son (Isaiah 7:14) into a futuristic prophecy of Jesus’ birth (Matthew 1:21-23). Matthew wants us to believe that Gabriel the Arch Angel’s announcement to Joseph that his betrothed wife Mary would give birth to a child conceived by the Holy Spirit was done to fulfill a prophecy spoken by Isaiah:
Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call his name Immanuel. ISAIAH 7:14
The Hebrew word “Alma” is used in the book of Isaiah. The definition of Alma means nothing more than a “young woman.” The writer of Matthew purposely switched this word with the word “Bethulah” to give us a miracle prophecy of God impregnating a woman without a human father. If you want to find the truth all we have to do is start reading chapter seven from the very first verse. In the original context, the “child” and not a miracle birth was God’s promised sign to Ahaz, king of Judah, that an alliance recently formed against him by Rezin, the king of Syria, Pekah, the king of Israel, AND Ephraim would not succeed in defeating him; nothing more. This CANNOT be the prophecy of Jesus because of the next verse:
“For BEFORE the child shall know to refuse evil and choose the good the land that thou abhorrest SHALL be forsaken of both her kings. ISAIAH 7:16
Clearly we see that this child is a sign for “AHAZ” and not a prophecy of Jesus whose birth is not scheduled for another 700 years. The scripture says that before this prophesied child will know to refuse evil, the lands that are against them will be forsaken by both of their “kings.”Isaiah Chapter 7 gives us the prophecy of the child and chapter 8 tells us three things:
- Isaiah 8:1, 3 – The actual name of the prophesied child.“MAHER-SHALAL-HASH-BAZ”
- Isaiah 8:3 – Who the mother of the prophesied child is. The Prophetess– Isaiah’s wife.
- Isaiah 8:3 – Provides factual proof that a human male’s sperm cell i.e. Isaiah, impregnated the virgin/alma andnot the Holy Spirit.
- Isaiah 8:4 & 7:16- An exact timeline of the events surrounding the child’s birth period.
- Isaiah 8:18- Proof that the prophesied child is Isaiah’sown son and not a futuristic prophecy of Jesus.
BEHOLD, I and the (CHILDREN) whom the Lord hath given(ME) are for SIGNS and for WONDERS in ISRAEL from The LORD OF HOSTS, which dwelleth in MOUNT ZION. ISAIAH 8:18
Isaiah tells us that the prophesied child is his son and not the birth son of the Holy Ghost. As you can now see Matthew didn’t care about the truth and decided to invent his own version of truth. Matthew wanted to include the virgin birth stories from other pagan religions into Christianity. No other gospel writer seems to have known of this prophecy at all. In fact Luke, Mark and John were completely silent about the birth. My Christian Brothers and Sisters I don’t know about you but doesn’t it seem strange, then, that this remarkable “prophecy fulfillment” would have been treated with silence by three of the four “inspired” writers who recorded the life of Jesus? It certainly does to me! For example, if there were three writers recording the history of let’s say, “Moses.” You would expect them to record special “miraculous” deeds such as these:
- God speaking to Moses through the “burning” bush.
- Moses implements the biblical plagues.
- Moses’ through the power of God, “parting” of the Red Sea.
- Moses receives the “Ten Commandments” from God on the Mountain.
These things would be mentioned by all of the writers because they are pertinent to understanding the events unfolding. Mathew claims these things happened yet Luke, Mark and John‘s gospels were completely silent about this non-existing virgin-born birthing of Jesus. I do not know what else I can show you to prove that the book of Matthew is false. Anyone can write a new gospel, but if that new gospel is not supported by the Old Testament then you have to accept the fact that it is a lie!
2) Contradictory genealogies.
Matthew contradicts Luke’s genealogy concerning the bloodline of Jesus. For a greater study of the alleged genealogy of Jesus please read chapter III: “The Messiah’s Royal Bloodline.” The early writers apparently never believed Jesus was born without a human father otherwise there wouldn’t be a need for a detailed genealogy. Think about it folks, if God was allegedly Jesus’ biological father it would be totally pointless to list a detailed genealogy of Joseph a man that wasn’t Jesus’ biological father! Come on! Use your own minds and start to think for yourself!
3) Thirty pieces of silver used as payment for betrayal.
The Ghostwriter of Matthew searched the scriptures and invented a ridiculous Old Testament betrayal prophecy, allegedly by Jeremiah, when there was none allegedly by Jeremiah:
Then was fulfilled that which was spoken through Jeremiah the prophet, saying, And they took the thirty pieces of silver, the price of him that was priced, whom certain of the children of Israel did price; and they gave them for the potter’s field as the Lord appointed me. MATTHEW 27:9-10
The first issue here is that Jeremiah “never” made such a statement. Matthew couldn’t even get the name of the Prophet right so why should we believe he was inspired by God? The only statement that comes close to a thirty pieces of silver reference was actually written by Zechariah (11:12-13) rather than Jeremiah. When you read Zechariah 11 you will not find a prophecy of betrayal at all. Zechariah received his thirty pieces of silver as payment for his hard earned work as a shepherd. How in the heck Matthew can twist this chapter into a betrayal prophecy of Jesus is beyond me. No other writer has ever written on this subject because it was never a prophecy in the first place people! Matthew or some other ghost writer simply made it up! Now you know the truth! Now according to Matthew the Chief Priest allegedly“WEIGHED“ out thirty pieces of SILVER to give to JUDAS. In Jesus’ time, MINTED coins were used as currency with a graven image of Caesar’s face on them. Silver would not have been the predominate form of payment for Judas or anyone else during that time. Who would go through all of the trouble of having silver “weighed” out on a scale just so they could once again go through the trouble of having that same silver converted into the acceptable minted currency of the era? Come on! Does all of that trouble make any sense to you now? Matthew had to write this story like this so that he could tie the Old and New Testament scriptures together and make us believe that Jesus’ betrayal was foretold in the Old Testament. (Informational): One of the reasons the money changers were stationed at the temples is because coins with graven images on them were forbiddenin the Jewish temple. Phrases such as “weighed out” would have made sense in Zechariah’s time but not in Jesus’ time. This shows us the truth that Matthew will go to any length to lead us astray. Now you know…
4) The POTTER’S FIELD STORY:
purchased by the high priest with blood money or by Judas Iscariot? In Zechariah 11:12 after Zechariah gets a job as a shepherd God told him to donate the money to the temple. Zechariah obeys God command and places the wages he just earned “IN” the potter or the “temple collection plate.” Matthew somehow manages to twist Zechariah’s deed into a non-existing prophecy for Jesus’ betrayal. Matthew then brings in a new infamous undercovercharacter that he calls the “potter” and has the High Priest buy a field from him? How ridiculous is this story going to get? Good Grief!
And the chief priests took the silver pieces, and said, it is not lawful for to put them into the treasury, because it is the price of blood. Matthew 27:6
Now there are also conflicting stories in the New Testament. Here are just a few of them: “Who bought the Field of Blood.”
- Matthew 27:7 says the Chief Priests is the one who bought the field. Matthew claims the evil Jews who allegedly conspired to have Jesus killed suddenly developed a conscience about the money and decided to buy a field with it.
- The book of Acts says that it was JUDAS who allegedly buys the field. (Acts 1:18)
As you can see Luke contradicts Matthew’s version of the story. This is just one of many problems when it comes to the inerrancy of the New Testament. Oh, but there is much more: “How did the Field of Blood get its “name?”
- Matthew says it received it name because it was purchased with blood money (Matthew 27:6-8).
- Acts contradicts this story and says it received its name because of the bloody mess caused by Judas’ falling off of the mountain and bursting open. (Acts 1:18-19).
Both of these answers can’t be right! If they can’t get that one right let’s see if they are together on the next question: HOW DID JUDAS ISCARIOT DIE?
- In Matthew 27:5, says that Judas dies by HANGING HIMSELF.Matthew 27:5.
- Acts 1:18, it says that Judas dies by allegedly fell off of a mountain upon the rocks below and his body BURSTS OPEN and all of his insides SPILL OUT? HUH?
So which gospel story are we really to believe; Matthew’s or Luke’s? Well how about neither one of them! Why? Well it’s because Paul says that both of these stories are lies! Paul tells us that right after the resurrection Jesus appeared to the original “twelve” Disciples; Judas included:
- And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures: And that he was seen of Cephas, then of the “twelve.”1ST CORINTHIANS 15:4, 5
Apparently Paul never knew of a great betrayal by Judas. If Jesus immediately appeared to the twelve Disciples then you have to understand that Judas as the alleged “villain” was added much later on by another pro-Gentile Christian scribe. Now you know the truth.
5) A prophecy that King Herod will murder all male children in an attempt to kill Jesus.
Matthew wants us to believe that King Herod fulfilled an Old Testament prophecy written in the book of Jeremiah. This was allegedly fulfilled when Herod allegedly killed the little Jewish children in Matthew 2:17
- In Rama was there a voice heard, Lamentation, and weeping and great mourning, Rachel weeping for her children and would not be comforted for they are not. MATTHEW 2:18
This prophecy statement by Matthew is a complete fabrication! If you look at Jeremiah’s words in “Jeremiah 31:15” you will not see a “Jesus Prophecy” whatsoever! Jeremiah says:
- Thus saith the LORD; A voice was heard in Ramah, Lamentation, and bitter weeping; “Rachel weeping for her children refused to be comforted for her children because they were not. JEREMIAH 31:15
So as you can see this verse was not about Jesus at all. Notice how Jeremiah tells the story of a mother named Rachel rejecting consolation from others because her children were taken into captivity. That is why she is weeping; not because they are dead! In verse 16, God tells Rachel to dry her tears because He is now going to bring her children back to her from the hands of her enemies! Wow! So Matthew doesn’t have a clue in what he is talking about! Now use your own common sense and ask: “If God is promising to return Rachel’s children back to her, how is this verse a prophecy of her children dying at the hands of King Herod? How can these children from Rama all return from the dead? Now you can see why Matthew’s gospel is a book of “LIES!” Matthew invented these prophecies on his own. Jeremiah 31:15 tells of the pain God inflicted on Judah for the multitude of her transgressions. Judah is represented as a “Her” and the bible tells us that she (Judah) weeps because her children are gone into captivity. This suffering and weeping is happening in Jeremiah’s lifetime. There is no possible way Jeremiah’s scripture was a futuristic prophecy about “Herod” trying to kill Jesus or any other precious baby. Do not trust the Greek gospel of Matthew!
6) Jesus escapes Herod to live out His early years in Egypt.
The second chapter of Matthew is often looked upon as a prophecy fulfillment in (Deuteronomy 18:18). As Pharaohkills all the children while Moses escapes, Matthew placesJesus in an identical scenario! While King Herod, Jesus’Pharaoh, allegedly kills all children under the age of two in an attempt to stop Jesus. Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus allegedly also escape to Egypt. (See Matthew 2:16) This is a very interesting coincidence don’t you agree? The only perplexity is that NONE of the other Gospel writers mentioned it! Even more, Luke totally contradicts Matthew’s version as a total lie. Luke 2:22-40 says that following the birth of Jesus, Joseph and Mary did not have any reason to flee for their lives to Egypt. Luke says that Jesus’ family remained in the surrounding area of Jerusalem for the Jewish celebration for approximately forty days. Then the family returned to Nazareth without “EVER” going to Egypt. Did you get that? They had nothing to fear and they all returned home to Nazareth after the festival and did not go to Egypt!Amazing isn’t it? There is actual support from Historians that offer further proof such an event never happened at! The Jewish HistorianJosephus wrote in great detail about King Herod in his book: Antiquities of the Jews (book 18). Josephus dedicated book 18 as a public record ofHerod’s evil atrocities against his own people the Jews. Josephus even wrote about the death of John the Baptist the same as the three other gospel writers, but he saidnothing about the massacre of the children at Bethlehem, which would have undoubtedly been the most heinouscrime that Herod would have ever committed. Now we can’t say that the Jews purposely omitted this event. The reason is this alleged crime would be more of a Jewish suffering story which would relate more to them THAN to Jesus. We know that they would always remember and teach their children of such great atrocities that they would have endured at the hand of Herod or any other Tyrant. Do you think if civilization lasts another million years that the atrocities of Adolph Hitler will ever be forgotten by the Jews? No, such a thing will never be forgotten. If we review Jewish, Greek and Roman historical records and legends we will never find any such thing ever happening. Pontius Pilate would not have been stupid enough to cause a Jewish revolt by killing innocent Jewish children. So what makes you think that a puppet king such as Herod would be stupid enough to have these children killed? Huh? Again, use your common sense people! We must conclude that whoever wrote this book of Matthew invented these stories and lied to the world. This means that Herod never killed these children!Herod never tried to kill Jesus because there was need to! Why? Well it’s obvious; there was never an Old Testament prophecy about Jesus to begin with! So stop listening to these lies and just read the scriptures on your own! Sadly there are a few uneducated Muslims who have argued that Jesus became a Muslim based entirely on this one lie in Matthew. I’m sorry but Jesus was not raised in Egypt. Look at these verses Matthew tries to use to justify his lies:
“When he arose, he took the young child and his mother by night, and departed into Egypt: And was there until the death of Herod: that it might be “FULFILLED” which was spoken of the Lord by the “PROPHET” saying, out of “EGYPT” have I called “MY SON.” MATTHEW 2:14, 15
Dr Seuss couldn’t write a better fairy tale than this one! Let’s compare the scripture Matthew claimed was about Jesus:
When “ISRAEL” was a “CHILD”, then I loved “HIM” and called “MY SON” out of “EGYPT” have I called. HOSEA 11:1
Was the prophet speaking about calling Jesus out of Egypt as Matthew claims? NO! Hosea left us no room for misinterpretation of his verse. God clearly tells us three things:
- It was “ISRAEL” that was the “CHILD” the prophet speaks of.
- It was “ISRAEL” not Jesus that God called: “MY SON.”
- It was “ISRAEL” not Jesus that God called: “out of“EGYPT.”
Every one of us can see the satanic flaws in that story clearly now. This story is false and simply never happened.The Gospel of Luke also says that Jesus was born during the reign of the Syrian governor Quirinius. We know this is a lie because Quirinius was not even appointed to his position until 6 A. D. (Luke 2:2). Matthew said that Jesus was born in the reign of Herod, who died in 4 B. C. (Matthew 2:1). Which false writer is correct? God inspired? I THINK NOT! Now you know.
7) Jesus has to ride two different animals into town to fulfill an Old Testament prophecy.
Matthew tries to make even the smallest of details an alleged prophetic fulfillment. Now concerning the of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem Mark and Luke simply had Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a colt to the cheers of the multitudes (Mark 11:1-10; Luke 19:28-40). That wasn’t good enough for Matthew:
This took place to fulfill what had been spoken through the prophet, saying, “Tell the daughter of Zion, Look, your king is coming to you, humble, mounted on a donkey, AND on a colt, the foal of a donkey. The disciples went and did as Jesus had directed them; they brought the donkey and the colt, and put their cloaks on them, and he sat on them. MATTHEW 21:4-7
The major difference in Matthew’s version of this event and Mark and Luke’s version is:
- Mark and Luke had Jesus riding only a colt but Matthew tries to take Zechariah’s verse too literally and has Jesus riding both animals; a donkey and also her baby colt too.
- Matthew saw it as fulfillment of a prophecy; Mark and Luke said nothing at all about prophecy fulfillment being involved.
Please go to your library or online and research the Apocrypha Lost Books of the Bible entitled: “The book of Nicodemus.” I believe this may be the original chronicled book of Jesus’ ministry that was later changed to the Book of Matthew.. This book tells the same story of Jesus triumphant entry to Jerusalem almost verbatim. The difference is that Nicodemus lets us know that the people were not celebrating Jesus per se. The celebration was for YHWH their God. The people were only paying homage to Jesus as one of God’s many prophets coming in the “name” of God. I believe the book of Matthew is the edited book of Nicodemus re-written and added by the Catholic Church to the bible. This is why Matthew 9:9 is so impersonal.
- And as Jesus passed forth from thence, he saw a man,named Matthew, sitting at the receipt of custom: and he saith unto him, (Matthew) Follow me. And he arose, and followed him.
This is why the writer does not acknowledge himself as the Matthew that Jesus asked to follow him. So as you have seen Matthew or the ghostwriters desperately wanted to prove that Jesus was the Messiah. HE or THEY searched the Old Testament for passages or just phrases and twisted them for their own purposes to make them appear as messianic prophecies. If we read them in the context they are written, we can see that they are not prophecies at all. Matthew then created or modified events in Jesus’ life to fulfill those prophecies. Additional inconsistencies are as follows:
8) Twelve “original” Disciples prophesied to be rewarded:
Matthew blundered and gave a prediction and forgot about the supposed death of the 12th apostle who ALLEGEDLY betrayed Jesus (Judas)! When Peter asked Jesus what rewards the apostles could expect for forsaking all to follow him Jesus said:
- Assuredly I say to you, that in the regeneration, when the Son of Man sits on the throne of His glory, you who have followed me will also sit on twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel. MATTHEW 19:28
Was Jesus speaking out of turn here by including Judas as a future heavenly judge of one of the tribes of Israel? Well we do know that Judas is alive when Jesus is speaking to the Disciples. Yet Matthew again forgets this point and here we have twelve original Disciples on one accord with Jesus. Here is just one more reason why Matthew is a liar!
9) Twelve Disciples rewarded controversy part two:
Like we said above in number 8, Matthew made a complete blunder by writing a prophecy that included Judas, an original Disciple of Jesus, as one of the heavenly judges of the twelve tribes of Israel. Now permit me to add verse 28 again and show you another damaging contradiction from the book of Matthew:
- Assuredly I say to you, that in the regeneration, when the Son of Man sits on the throne of His glory, you who have followed me will also sit on twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel. MATTHEW 19:28
Notice Jesus is allegedly speaking in this verse. Matthew claims it is Jesus who is granting these twelve men the right to sit at the right hand of God with him judging the twelve tribes. Now the question is: “Did Jesus have the power to grant the Disciples this privilege to sit at the right hand of God and judge the 12 tribes of Israel?” My answer is no! Jesus did not have this power. The mother of James and John asked Jesus if He would let her sons sit at His right hand and at His left hand in Heaven. What was Jesus’ answer to her request?
- Then came to him the mother of Zebedee’s children with her sons, worshipping him, and desiring a certain thing of him. And he said unto her, what wilt thou? She saith unto him, Grant that these my two sons may sit, the one on thy right hand, and theother on the left, in thy kingdom. MATTHEW 20:20, 21
Now was Jesus able to honor this request concerning two of His “ORIGINAL” Disciples? Let’s read Jesus’ response:
- …but to sit on my right hand, and on my left, is not mine to give, but it shall be given to them for whom it is prepared of my Father. MATTHEW 20:23
Wow! As you can see Jesus denies the woman’s request because being just a normal son of man, He does not have power to grant such a request, period! So tell me, how can Matthew make such a blunder between chapter’s 19 and 20? I can see if there were maybe 12 chapters in between the blunders but Matthew contradicts his own words just ONE chapter later people! Another contradiction is that the writers couldn’t even come together and tell us who made this original heavenly request to Jesus. Matthew says that it was the mother of James and John that made the request to Jesus. Mark says that James and John made this request to Jesus. Please guys if you can’t get the small things correct why should anyone believe that God commissioned you to write the gospels? Matthew once again is shown to be a liar…
10) Jesus’ Last Words Prophecy?
Matthew once again shows his desperation to have Jesus fulfill Old Testament prophecies at all cost. Matthew 27:46-50 Jesus is supposed to have said the following words:
- Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani which is, being interpreted, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken/(abandoned) me? Matthew 27:46
Christians believe Jesus “is” God. If that is true how do they explain “God abandoning Himself?” That statement makes absolutely no sense at all. Matthew never expected you to question why He would make Jesus say such a controversial statement. The phrase used in Matthew’s scripture is stolen from the Old Testament in Psalms 22:1. It is totally out of place in use with Jesus, and Matthew conveniently chose to leave out the last part of the verse so that you wouldn’t see that the person crying out in the Psalm’s verse admits that HE HAS SINNED! In the Psalms verse the writer is crying out in pain and frustration. He and the other inhabitants of Israel are now in captivity and suffering very harshly. He is asking why God has chosen to abandon him in his time of need and finishes the verse by asking God why is He/God so far away from helping them. In the next two verses the Psalmist is wondering why God answered the prayers of his fore-fathers when they prayed yet his prayers go unanswered. So as you can see whoever wrote the book of Matthew never expected you to go and read the context of the book of Psalms. Lastly, if Matthew or your Minister still wants us to believe Jesus really said those words then you will have to honor those words just as they are written in the Psalms and see that Jesus was punished for His own sins and that God purposely abandoned Him like the book of Psalms said. So there, you have two different answers to choose from. Either Jesus said those words and sinned according to the alleged prophecy of Psalms or Matthew stole the verse and lied. You can’t have it both ways. Either way there is something wrong with the story. Now you know…
11) Prophecy of Jesus’ quick return.
In an earlier chapter of this book I wrote about the prophecies of Jesus. In that chapter Jesus tells of what would happen to the Jewish temple and to the nation of Israel as a whole after His death. Matthew decides to secretly add a subliminal message in the middle of the verse to make the early Christian church readers believe that Jesus’ return would happen during this immediate generation. In the verse below pay careful attention to the highlighted subliminal message:
- Not one stone shall be left here upon another”. When they reached the Mount of Olives, his disciples said to him, “Tell us, when will these things be? And what will be the sign of your coming, and of the end of the age. MATTHEW 24:2-3
Matthew adds this question so that the reader will subconsciously think that as soon as the Jewish temple is destroyed Jesus is going to return to save them and take them to heaven. This is a strategic lie to appease your hopes and fantasy dreams people. I do believe Jesus may have said the words in the beginning of the verse but Matthew probably added the rest. Now let’s move down a few verses as Matthew adds words to Jesus which gives the people false hopes that their own generation will see the total fulfillment of His words:
- Assuredly, I say to you, THIS GENERATION will not pass away till all these things take place. MATTHEW 24:34
If Jesus would have actually said these words I would be so excited if I lived during that generation wouldn’t you? As a follower of Jesus I would openly welcome the temple’s destruction just knowing that soon Jesus would ride in on a proverbial white horse and save the day. Unfortunately, Matthew once again forgets to re-read his own words and just two verses later Jesus contradicts the verse above and tells the Disciples that He does not know when the end times will occur!
- But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my FATHER ONLY”. MATTHEW 24:36
Now which verse is correct verse 34 or verse 36? Either Jesus has the knowledge to tell the people as in verse 34 or He has no clue when these events will occur as in verse 36. Well history has shown us that verse 36 is the correct verse after all. So how do we separate the truth of Jesus’ words from the added lies of Matthew? Well let’s add up the pros & cons of Jesus’ prophecy: THE PROS:
- The temple was destroyed in A.D. 70 just as Jesus said.Matthew 24:2
- People have claimed Jesus was the Messiah and deceive many as Jesus said. Matthew 24:5
- The Jews were afflicted, killed and hated all in the “name”of Jesus. Matthew 24:9
- False Prophets will flourish in abundance. Matthew 24:11
- The new false gospel of Jesus worship will be forcibly taught to every nation on the planet. Matthew 24:14
- An Idol of Jesus and the Cross set up by enemies of the Jews now will sit in the temples. It is this abomination that causes destruction. Matthew 24:15
As you can see all of the above words of Jesus all came true. Now let’s move on to the false words of Matthew that did not come true. THE CONS:
- The one con is that Jesus never came back for the people of His generation as Matthew claimed.
This is the added verse of the book of Matthew that never came true. So since I do believe Jesus was from God we must conclude that Jesus never said these words at all. Do you still believe this non-Hebrew scripture is the “word” of God? By now I hope that God’s common sense is ringing in your hearts. My Brothers and Sisters it is so beautiful how God uses these very men who would change the bible for evil, and blinds them to their own added words to show us the message that He alone wants us to know. Don’t be fooled by the ridiculous writers/editors of the book of Matthew. Although Matthew’s book has plenty of useful words of Jesus in them, most of it is a pagan inspired lie. In between every truth there is an easily proven lie. Now you know the truth but do you want to be free? That is the million dollar question. Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is man’s way to live in darkness and stupidity… 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“Ghostwriters” 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…