Review: “Is Paul A False Apostle?” Nope. You Misunderstand The Scriptures.


This message really is for you. First of all, I wanted to thank you for your fantastic work over at in pointing out that Christians should be following the Law and the Prophets, and that they are not passed away, and the general destruction of lawlessness of most kinds of Christianity. For straight is the gate, and narrow the way that leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.

So everyone knows, I am responding to this article that accuses Paul (a Great Apostle of Jesus) of being a False Apostle.

First of all, let me again describe the problem presented to you, which I described previously in an email:

The Ancients (like Paul) were far more intelligent than people are today, which sometimes presents problems. For example, if people read my writings (which in many ways are very similar to the writings of the Prophets in the Old Testament) people can verily easily twist what I am saying to say that I am God, for example. Which is actually not what I am saying.

Therefore the other Apostles warned that Paul’s writings were difficult to understand (I think it was Peter that warned of that) and got twisted by Christians all over the place.

Paul established the Law. However his methodology of doing it was different. He did not establish it out of a need to establish it for salvation, he established it out of a love of Jesus, and a love of his Salvation, and Grace.

And the Gentiles, who did not grow up in an environment where they were raised to follow the Torah (such as Paul and the other Apostles. Side note: “Torah” means “Law” for my readers who are Christians and do not know, or others), so they instead interpreted (from their far lower intelligence than Paul, especially over the years as the genetics, and general intelligence of man degraded from sin) that they do not need to follow the Torah for ANY REASON, which is not what Paul was saying.

Paul was saying we should follow it BECAUSE OF LOVE AND GRACE, because we are saved.

King David setting the record straight about Paul the Apostle.

Keep in mind that Paul was also preaching to the Gentiles mostly, not so much to the Jews. However, let me explain what you do not understand (yet):

  • We are saved by grace, and rewarded by righteousness. That is why the scriptures are generally confusing, and people generally mix “reward” with “salvation” which is never mixed, ever in scripture. Salvation is not a reward. It is a gift.
  • When we are resurrected (or translated as in the case of the ‘actual’ rapture, which is not at all how Christians promote, and happens AFTER the Great Tribulation) and judged we are consigned to one of 3 eternal kingdoms, the Celestial, Terrestrial, and Telestial worlds. Earth, Mars, and Saturn specifically. Within the Celestial Kingdom there is also 3 Kingdoms, depending on the order of righteousness of a person.
  • Our consignment is based on works, however, our arrival there at all is based on GRACE ALONE. Which is why “every knee shall bow, and every tongue confess that Jesus is the Christ” — therefore eventually everyone shall be saved, even those sent into hell for a time, as the word “eternity” is actually a word which means “time period”, which will be from 1 trillion to 133 trillion years for those that get the mark of the beast (read my blog Doug to see how I know this. I would love a response)

However, it is not Paul, but Jesus who said:

John 3:16: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him shall not perish, but have everlasting life.”

John, quoting Jesus talking about the same thing Paul talks about in Romans 10.

However, from faith, flows righteousness, as talked about by James when he said:

Ye say that ye believe God. Ye do well. The devils also believe, and tremble. For faith, without works, is dead, being alone. (paraphrased)

James, setting the record straight about righteousness.

The problem can generally be understood by this:

If it were not for the Apostle Paul, Christianity would not have even survived at all. His message speaks to the masses. The message of righteousness speaks to the few.

The Christian Church would have been so small, it would have vanished, and then been destroyed from off the face of the earth.

Like Jesus is the savior of Jerusalem, for if the Christians were not praying for Jerusalem, Jerusalem would have been wiped out — Paul in a similar manner is kind of a savior of Christianity.

For it would not exist today if it wasn’t for Paul, or perhaps a small sect.

King David explaining the relationship between Paul and the Salvation of Christianity.

Also, it is worthy to note that the Kingdom of Elohim is divided into parts. 144,000 parts, specifically, led by different incarnations of the YHVH, very similar to Jesus being an incarnation of Yah-Ha-Oh-Weh of Armies, specifically.

Each of those parts in the last days is designed to come together with a different front end message, and the same back end message (Salvation through Grace would be in some cases the back end message, and some cases the front end message.)

An example would be Islam, Buddhism, etc (very righteous people’s, I think you would agree with that). Those religions are led by different Elohim (they are the 144,000) and eventually will all preach the Law, and the Prophets, and Christianity – some on the front (Evangelical Christianity for example) and some on the back (like Islam).

God is not ridiculous. He saves people who are righteous. He saves people who believe in Jesus. He saves people who do not believe yet. They are just in a different Kingdom, or cast out only if they get the Mark of the Beast (what hell is for, I explain this on other posts on my blog.)

God did not create the universe to cast nearly everyone who ever lives into hell. It is not the point of existence.

My point with this seemingly nonrelated things, is that I receive revelation, like Paul and the Apostles received revelation. Which is how the whole world is going to be in a few years (in particular, after the 144,000 and I restore the firmament over the next few to next 100 years or so, whenever it happens, which could be in the next two years, as I already know how to do it.)

Paul also received revelation, and his revelation was primarily Grace. His writings do not discount the Law and the Prophets, they are simply part of an enlightened, whole picture of the Gospel.

I hope this helps. I could quote more scriptures, and go on and on showing you, but I have other things to do. This message is more specifically a revelation from Elohim to you – you should stop calling Paul a False Apostle.

The anti christ is here and the last thing we need is for the religions of the world to be divided on what are fairly unimportant, un-whole issues.

We must look at the Gospel in wholeness, each part being part of the full and important picture.

Congrats on your personal discoveries. Just remember, Christians should not follow the Law because they have to, they should follow the Law because they love the savior Jesus, and want a bigger reward in heaven.

David Wood
“Messiah Ben David, King Of Israel.”

P.S. This post explains how I know this stuff.

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