Rory Colbert claims that Jesus Christ is not God Almighty, but is rather the first created being. This does not agree with what is found in the Bible or what is heard by every saint of God who hears the Chief Shepherd’s voice. In this correspondence, this foundational error and the fraudulent claim of a “Jehovah’s Witness” are laid bare.
An invitation to a Jehovah Witness memorial service for Jesus Christ sparks a conversation about Who Jesus Christ is, and what He and the Scriptures teach in contradiction to Jehovah Witness doctrine and their faulty, self-serving Bible translation.
In this encounter with a Jehovah Witness, you can see the mark of the beast in action, which is also described in simple, understandable terms. The mark is not the exclusive domain of the “Witnesses,” but of every religious work of men that presumes to represent God under whatever name assigned to Him.
Jesus Christ Is God
(Group of Writings and Correspondences)
“Who is Jesus Christ?” This is the most important question that could ever be asked, and the most important answer that will ever be heard.
A man sees and speaks from the place where his heart resides. If that place is one of darkness, he does not know the spirit in which he is speaking. But the one in Light will discover it for him, and darkness can no more prevail with Light than death can stop God.
Scott Hahn is a well-publicized Presbyterian convert to Catholicism..."out of the frying pan and into the fire." He once gave a speech about this experience, discussing some of the doctrinal issues with which he grappled at the time. We address these issues and the erroneous thinking which led to his conversion to Catholicism. Surely, when God sends strong delusion that one should believe a lie (2 Thessalonians 2:11), who can withstand Him? Nevertheless, we preach the truth, reprove the works of darkness, and hope in God the Truth, Whose Word will bear fruit in due time.
Does proclaiming the seventh day as the Sabbath, even naming yourself after this true gift from God, make you right with Him? Did not the Pharisees have the right day, too? Adventists, despite what they think, are just another sectarian group teaching self-righteousness and divisiveness over doctrine.