Sunday, August 13, 2017


Since Jesus Christ reproved some Pharisees and called them hypocrites, most “Christians” have mistakenly taken that to mean the word “Pharisees” denotes hypocrisy, even some dictionaries have defined the term “Pharisee” as “self-righteous person”, a pretender, etc. However, Jesus’ criticism of the Pharisees in “Mathew 23” does not imply that all Pharisees were pretenders. As a matter of fact, Christians are walking almost the exact same way of the Pharisees - Christianity and Phariseeism have many things in common. To begin with, the word Pharisees stands for “separated ones,” Christians also claim to be the “called-out ones”.  Just like the Christians have different denominations; the Pharisees were also of diverse groups during Jesus’ time. Rabbinical literature (The Jewish Talmud- แนขota 22b) shows that there were seven different categories of the Pharisees and they all had different characters, surprisingly Christians have the characteristics of the seven groups of the Pharisees.

The Seven Types of Pharisees

 (1) The Shechemite "shoulder" Pharisees, who displayed their good deeds on their shoulders for everyone to see, so that they could receive praise from people.

Take heed that you do not do your charitable deeds before men, to be seen by them. Otherwise you have no reward from your Father in heaven. Therefore, when you do a charitable deed, do not sound a trumpet before you as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory from men. Assuredly, I say to you, they have their reward. But when you do a charitable deed, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, that your charitable deed may be in secret; and your Father who sees in secret will Himself reward you openly. (Mathew 6:1-4)

It is obvious that there are also shoulder Pharisees among the Christians. In fact, it is difficult today to find a single Christian or a group of Christians who are doing their charity works in secret as Jesus commanded; most Christians today can’t feed the poor or clothe the naked without advertising it, they must take sad looking photos of the poor people to whom they give food and use it to raise money. Some Christians will go as far as announcing their charitable deeds on television, the radio, internet, posters and banners just to receive praise from people, and to get back the “double portion” of what they spent to help the needy.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

A Warning to Americans worshiping unknown African gods

The traditional West Africa Yoruba tribe’s tradition (demonic religion) proclaims and believes that Ile-Ife in the State of Osun, Nigeria is where Olodumare (a demon who is addressed as god almighty but also means the God of Abraham to those who are followers of Christ) started the creation of the world. When the participants of this religion (Santaria) are asked, they say “we believe in only one god” – they are NOT referring to the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Jesus! Not all Yoruba’s believe in and/or practice this evil belief, there are MANY who have denounced it. There are countless numbers of African Americans and Caucasian Americans who have been brainwashed into believing in and dedicating themselves to the deity’s (elegba, oshun, ogun, oshosi, obatala, yemaya, shango, oya, orunmila) and practices of this evil, antichrist belief all in the name of “connecting to their African roots,” and ANYONE who dedicates themselves to this evil practice has knowingly or unknowingly given themselves to Satan himself with a false belief that they will be protected, and all of their needs will be supplied by the evil deities of this Santaria religion by offering sacrifices (goats, goats blood, chicken, chicken blood, yam, palm oil, currency, liquor, snails, snail water,cowlries, etc.) to them. This practice is full of divination and sacrifices, sometimes the “orisa’s” (demons) require a blood sacrifice, in which the practitioners will admit that they offer animal sacrifices (the specific animal is determined by the demon) but what they WONT openly admit is that there are times when a human sacrifice is required!   The Nigerian orisha worship, upon which Santeria is based, practiced human sacrifice until the 1860’s when it was judicially prohibited by the British Colonial Administration.  Some human sacrifices were conducted after that date, although their number radically decreased after the prohibition, as now those who participated in these sacrifices could be put to death for murder.