Who Are You

Who Are You?

I get all sorts of visitors on this website. Some are decent individuals who are just trying to make sense of the “Babel” that exists in the world today that has been created by the contending religious systems and contending denominations of the same religious systems.

Then, there are those who are simply blind loyalist to whatever it is that they believe and are not open to further examination or investigation into a matter.

There are also those who are simply “emotionally” driven and far removed from reason and rationale and – like a person drunk with wine – cannot be reasoned with. The words that come out of their mouths like the vomit fo someone who has overindulged in intoxicating drink. They are quick to point fingers. They will lie, defame, and discredit anyone who does not fit into their mold of thinking. They are capable of acts of kindness. Who isn’t? They will smile your face. Anyone can do that. But they are snakes and they are dangerous!

And, finally, those who just seek agreement. They do not care what others think about a matter. They just want to be agreed with and if they cannot get an agreement, they show their true substance and engage in personal attack. Many of those persons are so-called believers in God and so-called followers of Christ.

It is the so-called followers of Christ who are the most dangerous persons on the planet as far as I am concerned.

For example, if one nation claiming “In God We Trust” engages in deadly war with another nation that is of a different nationality or religion or drops an atomic bomb on them (or threatens it), they would tell themselves that it is “God’s will.”

If the leader of a sovereign nation disparages women and people of color, they remain silent. They tell themselves, “Well, the ‘Bible,’ says to obey the authorities over you.” But they rarely mention what Jesus said about giving “what belongs to Caesar to Caesar and what belongs to God to God.” What Jesus meant by that is that God is the ultimate authority over the lesser authority, Caesar. Our worship, loyalty, and allegiance do not belong to Caesar, but to God.

Thus, if Caesar tells them to believe a certain way or do a certain thing, they do it in spite of what God has commanded through His Son. They serve the lesser authority. This is how they massage their conscience.

They are unfaithful to God and Christ.

I reject everything called “Christianity.” Here is why:

It is not of God or Christ. Christ NEVER told his disciples to be called Christians. He never used the expression. His disciples NEVER called themselves by that title. One does not even see the expressions Christian, Christians, or Christianity mentioned in the “image” of Christianity called the Bible EXCEPT for a few times we see the “Christian or Christians” mention and NEVER by any of Christ’s disciples.

Jesus simply referred to his followers as his disciples and he commissioned them to make more disciples (not Christians or some other title). (Matthew 28:19-20)

One would think that if “Christians” is what Christ wanted his disciples to be known as, he would have told them and we would see that expression seeded throughout the book called by men, the Bible.

Those expressions come from men, not God or Christ. And, Christianity – which is an aggressor – wants you and I to buy off on it without question, challenge, or investigation.

Christianity will even get angry at you if you do not accept what it tells you. (Just take a sample of some of the comments on this website.).

I most cases, Christianity, and its Christians rarely challenge the issues I raise, they attack me instead. For example, if I show from their own book (the Bible) that Jesus is NOT God or that there is no such thing as a Rapture or that there is no such thing as a fiery hell, they get up in arms. They rarely consider the Bible verses I present, instead, they will deflect away from the subject, use many words without substance (as if giving me a sermon) or they will take the path of least resistance and attack me.

If “Christianity” is the truth, then it should have nothing to fear with regards being questioned, challenged, or investigated. The truth is strong and will stand on its own.

Yet, I know that there is only one truth and it is not a religious organization or a book, but a person.

This world – Satans world – has fashioned billions of persons who would condemn you to death or some other perverse punishment (for an eternity) if you do not agree or go along with them.

I question, where do this teaching and mentality come from. Certainly not from the One True God or His Messiah.

Many of these people actually claim to believe in God (whoever or whatever god)! These are people who are religious by definition. Yet, the things they say are horrible and hateful and question from what source did they form such thought processes?

While some claim that I am confused. Hardly. I am man enough to admit that I am not perfect as none of us are. Only one is perfect. But, I am not stupid. I have a 50-year history of church involvement and world travel. I know what Christianity is. It is evil. Pure evil.

Sadly, there are many “good” people being mentally held captive by this imposter and they are being misled in a large way.

Jesus [the] Christ NEVER went into anything religious system. In fact, he was WITHOUT of them. He had no place to rest his head.

If one wants to find Christ, he will not be found within a system of religion, a building, or a group of people with a common belief. He will not be found inside of a book either.

Rather, he will be found outside of those things. He exists in a spiritual place where his Father is. He told us that.

Jesus said at John 4:23-24:

Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.

To access that spiritual realm and receive from it, one MUST ask the Father – as Jesus directed us to – via prayer. What we receive as far as wisdom, understanding, and knowledge come via “Holy Spirit” and what one receives far exceeds anything found in a religious organization or a book many think is the Word of God.

It shows a lack of faith in God and His Son to rely on the things men have stood up – the things seen such as a book and religious organizations – rather than exercise faith in what cannot be seen, God and His Son.

Many people say they do not understand me. I fully understand why. My source of knowledge is not the same as theirs. I am not a product of the religions of the world and the things they teach.

I am REALLY a disciple of the unseen one, Christ Jesus. Even though I cannot see him physically, I know that he exists in a spiritual world and the only way that I can be taught by this “living one” (my Master) is by approaching the Father (in private) via prayer and asking for understanding, wisdom, and knowledge and the Father (a good Father) will give me those things through the ONLY channel or way He has authorized, through His Son who is full of Holy Spirit. This is what many claiming to follow Christ do not understand.

They insist on using things that they can see to access the Father. Those things are NOT the way to the Father. Jesus is. The Father will not use other ways. So what many are receiving is NOT from the Father. It is of another source. An imposter.

In spite of what some may think, I am a champion of the teachings of Christ, not of any religious organization or of a book. I will never attach myself to those things or join those who do. I have sided with the one who is unseen and yet lives and who holds the key to everlasting life. No book, no religious organization, and no human has that key.

I know who I am. I know who my Master is. Do you?

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R. Jerome Harris

No one of importance. A disciple (student) of Christ apart from the established religious systems who reasons, thinks and concludes matters for myself. Something is not right with the state of religion in the world. The real dichotomy is that we live in a world so full of religion, yet is an evil, immoral, and dangerous place to live. A mental and spiritual separation from this world that Jesus said his kingdom is no part of is the first step to a "break-through" to freedom and entry into a much larger spiritual world where God and Christ resides and the wisdom, knowledge, and understanding of God can be accessed.

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