“I Do Not Follow Religion Per-se, I Follow The Teachings Of The King James Bible As Best I Can.”

Now what is wrong with this statement? It looks innocent enough doesn’t it? “I do not follow religion per-se.” What does this remark mean? In the Concise Oxford Dictionary it states: per-se – by or in itself; intrinsically. So this individual doesn’t follow religion essentially or in itself, but there is a ‘but’ in there somewhere, so what is this individual actually saying? This individual is saying they do not follow religion because it’s essential but, rather, because they feel a certain loose attachment to it and follow it in a:

“Well we cannot deny it; the Christian religion exists, so there must be something to it. Otherwise all these people with whom I rub shoulders each Sunday, must be wrong and there is no way that that can be the case – it’s been going on for nearly two thousand years.”

Now, I am not saying this is the definite reasoning behind this individual’s thoughts, but I would wager it’s not far off. Aren’t you judging I hear you say? No, because, as I said, there is most definitely a ‘but’ in this individual’s statement. If they didn’t follow religion – period, that is what they would have said, but they didn’t. If they had, there would have been no ‘per-se.’

Let’s now deal with the next part of this statement and ask the question: Should we follow the teachings of the King James Bible as best we can? Partly yes and definitely no, is the plain and simple answer to this question. I said “partly yes” to the first part because the King James Bible like all Bibles has errors within its pages. If, therefore, we go blindly believing every word that is written therein we are going to end up in big, big trouble. Not because The King James Holy Bible does not contain The Word of God (The Holy Scriptures), because it does. The problem is not with the Word of God but with the hu-man influences and agendas of the creatures who have polluted and corrupted The Word of God when translating it from the Hebrew in the Old Testament and from the Greek in the New Testament. In those original forms there is not much wrong with it, but in its English forms it’s a minefield and we have to be very, very careful indeed how we study and read it.

So, to answer the first part of this question correctly, no, we should not follow blindly the teachings of the King James Bible until we have thoroughly checked it out. This rule of thumb applies even more so to modern translations as they have even more errors than the King James Bible, especially the ESV and NIV Bibles and, surprise surprise, these are modern mainstream Christianity’s favourites!! To support this there were people in the first century that Paul mentions as excellent examples of how we should behave when studying the Word of God i.e. never take anything on face value:

Acts 17:10 And the brethren immediately sent away Paul and Silas by night unto Berea: who coming thither went into The Synagogue of the Jews. 11 These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received The Word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.

Here we can see that these people were diligent in their searching of the Holy Scriptures to make sure all was correct.

OK, moving on, and back to the original question where we have this strange remark of “As best we can.” What exactly does this mean? Well, basically, it means we are following the teachings of the King James Bible under our own strength, our own mental abilities, our own effort and our own toil and struggles. This is all about the ‘SELF’, not about Yashua Messiah (The Lord Jesus Christ).

We are doing the best we can, but what if our best is not good enough? Horror of horrors, what if we strive and struggle for the whole of our lives doing the best we can in following the teachings of the King James Bible only to be told by Yashua Messiah (The Lord Jesus Christ), when we stand before Him to: “Go away for I do not know you.” What kind of shock will that be for this individual and people like them? They are under the delusion that their name is written in The Book of Life, but nothing could be further from The Truth, if they think that salvation is all about them doing the best that they can.

Now, what’s so wrong with our doing the best we can? Answer: it’s there, right in the middle of that sentence – our doing. Therein lies the problem – he’s doing the doing instead of accepting the fact that it’s already all been done – for him. Yashua Messiah’s (The Lord Jesus Christ’s) sacrifice took care of all the “doing the best we can.” Why? Why, because for the very simple reason our best just isn’t good enough, nor could it ever be good enough even after a million years of striving and struggling to improve ourselves. This doing the best we can business is all blasphemous Old Covenant teaching – salvation by works. Even then, in those times, man doing his best wasn’t good enough because animals had to be repetitively slaughtered and offered to God as sacrifices and/or as atonements for their failings especially when all their ‘good enough-ness’ slipped or faded like the morning mist, as it always does, and they sinned.

Let’s get this straight, if Yashua Messiah (The Lord Jesus Christ) thought that our doing our best was good enough then He wouldn’t have bothered coming to this earth to suffer the degradation of an evil crucifixion and to take all our sins with Him. All of our sins – past, present and future, they have all been dealt with for all of mankind and for all time – once and once only. In turn, His Resurrection gave us the opportunity to be made anew – new people, perfect in The Father’s sight. Our doing the best we can has nothing to do with it, it’s all meaningless vanity. All our ‘doing the best we can’ amounts to, is self-improvement and anyone can enter a programme of doing that, even the unsaved. The problem is, all ‘our doing’ is worthless when we come to the matter of salvation and that’s the bottom line.

This individual then went on to say: “You know me, you know I fail, but I know Jesus forgives.” Now what’s wrong with this remark, because it all sounds so very sincere and Holy doesn’t it – but is it? You see, straight away, we can see that he/she does not understand Grace and Salvation, who then says “Jesus forgives” but does Jesus forgive? No, Jesus (Yashua Messiah) has already forgiven, He forgave mankind utterly and completely nearly two thousand years ago, it was ALL DONE there and then. This individual thinks, like most of the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion, that Yashua Messiah’s forgiveness of our sins is a never ending on going vain repetitive process, when it is not, it was all done at Calvary – everything! (Please see my article “Is repetitive confession of sins Biblical?)

John 19:30 (KJV) When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, He said, It is finished: and He bowed His head, and gave up The Ghost (Spirit). (Brackets mine)

This is the verse that this bod does not understand. They don’t understand that Yashua Messiah’s words here mean exactly what they say – “It’s finished.” What was finished? Answer: the conquering of death and sin, both things were defeated and overcome. Now, when we’re Born of God (Born Again) we should start living as if they are conquered, defeated and overcome, but many do not. Many carry on as if Yashua Messiah has never come at all, just like Old Covenant people, trying to overcome their sins under their own strength – sins that since Passover 31 AD have already been dealt with and forgiven – completely.

This individual also admits to repetitive failure stating: “You know me, you know I fail” Of course we fail, that’s all part of mankind’s fallen condition. It is because we always fail that Yashua Messiah came in the first place. He came and didn’t fail and said if you believe in Me and keep on believing in Me you will not fail either, even though in your fleshly bodies you will fail.

Now because this individual is not under Grace, but under their own programme of self-improvement, the self-flagellation kicks in and his or her life is made permanently miserable and wretched by their own wretched thought processes. This character is, in other words, held captive and in bondage to a self-imposed regime of salvation by works. This bod will probably have learnt all this blasphemous nonsense from a ravening wolf in a pulpit at a ‘church’ near you. Please take this as a serious warning as your eternal Spiritual welfare depends upon it.

Then we have: “I know that on the day I take my final breath, and stand before the throne of God, my name will appear in the book of life.” Here again we can see blasphemous mainstream Christian ‘teaching’ reveal itself. When this character takes his or her final breath they will die just like everyone else. (Please see my articles “When Christians die do they instantly “Go to be with the Lord?””) Furthermore, our names are written in The Book of Life when we are Born of God (Born Again) at the time of our Baptisms, not when we die:

Phil 4:3 (KJV) And I entreat thee also, true yokefellow, help those women which laboured with me in the gospel, with Clement also, and with other my fellow labourers, whose names are in the book of life.

From this evidence alone we can see how poorly taught this wretched creature is.

Finally, we come to the last part of this individual’s statement which reveals completely their deluded state of mind: “I accepted Christ May 6 1992. I also know that in the book of life, a column for religion does not exist.” If this individual ‘accepted’ Yashua Messiah on May 6 1992 then what this character is telling us is, that right from the word go Salvation was dependent upon him/her. It was all dependent upon their decision and not God’s decision:

John 6:44 (KJV) No man can come to me, except The Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day.

John 6:65 (KJV) And He said, Therefore said I unto you, that no man can come unto me, except it were given unto him of my Father.

We must not underestimate the delusional arrogance encapsulated in this fantastical idea. This idea permeates the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion as a whole, not just in the head of this silly creature whom I am using as a living example.

The overall consensus of opinion and understanding within the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion is this: the tail wags the dog – OK? And don’t you forget it! Here is what they think: “I decide whether or not I’m saved and when, not God. If I choose not to accept Yashua Messiah then that’s my prerogative, my privilege and my decision; who’s in charge here anyway; who does this Yashua Messiah think He is!!?? Now some of you may laugh at this scenario but, make no mistake, this is how they think and it is delusional error on a grand scale.

Just to round off, we then have a lie and contradiction with him/her saying: “There is a column in the Book of Life which says religion does not exist”. Well I have news for this poorly informed creature, there is no such column in The Book of Life because religion is the way of death, not life. This individual’s delusional thinking is complete.

43 thoughts on ““I Do Not Follow Religion Per-se, I Follow The Teachings Of The King James Bible As Best I Can.”

      • Christianity is a religion..Jesus didn’t bring religion…he brought the words of the father…the father is spirit….Jesus Christ brought spirituality. Its a fact..The word of God IS God, and that same word is his son. when received by man, that same spirit becomes the son of man…It remains as spirit. That same son of man (which you read about in the books of Ezekiel) is referred to (by Jesus) as ‘he that commeth down from heaven’ he refers to it as ‘meat’ ‘flesh’ ‘blood’ ‘drink’ ‘bread’..nourishment for our inner beings, and he also told us where it would not be found..secret chambers…deserts (one must read Jeremiah 13 to fully understand just WHERE Jesus is indicating today)
        So…to break away from the mainstream religious churches to go directly to God is quite a very wise thing indeed (1Jn 2v27..Isa 51v2…Jer 31v34)

      • Nonsense, show me the word RELIGION in the Four Gospels. When you have done that I will listen to you. Oh and if Yashua Messiah didn’t bring a religion why are you satanically defending it?

        ALL religions are hu-man made and are of The Devil and that includes the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion.

  1. Why King James? Don’t you know that it is based on the Masoretic Texts and replete with errors that indicate anti-Christian bias and unbelief? The Septuagint is over 1000 years older and has been confirmed by the Dead Sea Scrolls as the most accurate to the original. Compare Isaiah 7:14 in the LXX/ESV/Dead Sea Scrolls to the KJV/Masoretic Text and you will see that the KJV/Masoretic denies the virgin birth! This is why YHVH says that there are Priests, rabbis and leaders who do VIOLENCE TO THE LAW. Unbelievable…but something to remember when discussing Jesus with a rabbinical Jewish person whose Bible is different from yours! –Shalom

    • Why the King James Version????? Answer Strong’s Concordance.

      Furthermore, there is no New Testament in the Septuagint which I do refer to.

      Interesting, would you mind quoting Scripture and verse for that claim that the KJV denies the virgin birth?

      You are also preaching to the converted re the errors in the KJV which was translated by assorted ex-papists, Judaising Puritans and Freemasons.

      I treat Canaanite Jews like the bubonic plague and never seek to engage with them.

      What do you mean by: “violence to The Law”?

  2. Hi Charles,

    I have been reading and enjoying the KJV app on my dumb phone. However, that phone won’t last forever and I am now thinking of buying a hard copy I can make notes in, stick coloured dots in for certain highlights, underline etc. Can you recommend anything and can you recommend a version other than KJV?


    • Hi Edward

      You can get KJV Bibles with margins where you can make little notes. The only other Bibles I use are The Amplified Bible, and The Living Bible which is known to be full of errors, it being a paraphrased Bible, like Phillip’s New Testament.

      Having said that, it is VERY Grace biased, so I use it just for that positive perspective, and sift out the errors when I come across them. I think I am probably more forgiving than most when it comes to The Living Bible.

      Neither of the two alternatives mentioned would I suggest as replacements for the KJV.

      If you’re flush with the cash I would also get a CLV (Concordant Literal Translation) and a YLT (Young’s Literal Translation) – the CLV being the better of the two.


      • Interesting info on the takeover. Have you posted the article?

        10-4 on the Bibles and I actually did find your first article; I even had it in my pdfs!

        For some reason I can’t reply to your latest comment and the 1st Grace article does not have a comment box or I would have posted it there.

        It’s a good reminder for me how things change after Baptism which I have yet to experience.

      • “Interesting info on the takeover. Have you posted the article?”

        Not with you.

        Re inability to post comments have you tried another browser? I use three browsers – Firefox, Brave and Opera with a VPN.

        Keep on knocking, He must open the door for you soon.

      • Unless He is busy listening to “I hear you knocking but you can’t come in ”

  3. I have never studied Greek or Hebrew, but I have the privilege of belonging to a church where about half the members are seminary students. It’s nice to be able to ask in a Sunday school class, “What was the original Hebrew word for that?” and usually have at least one person there who can tell me.
    Having said that, I am SO glad that salvation doesn’t depend on our thorough scholarly understanding of the Scriptures, but on our relationship with Christ, based on what HE did. You are right, it is NOT based on our good works or efforts or good intentions, contrary to popular belief. It’s based on trusting Him, and as He so beautifully pointed out, a little child can do that – is better at it than most of us adults.

    • You don’t have to study Greek or Hebrew, just obtain a King James Bible, plus a Strong’s Concordance and a few Interlinear Bibles. All the study has been done for you, all you have to do is reference it.

      And salvation does depend upon us knowing The Truth and Yashua Messiah IS The Truth and His Word is The Truth, but if you’re not studying it, how can you KNOW Him and The Truth?

      Further to, how can you be sure that the fella at the lectern or in the pulpit is not spinning you a load of satanic nonsense each Sunday, unless you’re like the Bereans who checked up on what Paul was saying.

      Just some friendly advice.

    • Hi Gina,

      Yes the ‘Authorised Version’ is the King James Version. The Yanks like to call it that rather than make mention of any wicked English monarchs LOL. It’s the same as The KJV. If there are any differences I am not aware of them.

      Thanks for your comment.

  4. I see! Thank you! I’ll be reading it and hanging around your blogs which have caught my attention. Really interesting! First thing I checked in my copy was what it says in Isaiah 12:6 : Sure enough, “The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb…”, rather than “The lion shall lie down with the lamb”.

    • The Lion is a representation of Yashua Messiah as The Lion of Judah and The Lamb also is a representation of Yashua Messiah as The Lamb slain from before the foundation of the world and both will be eating grass.

      Revelation 13:8 (KJV) And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him (Satan), whose names are not written in The Book of Life of The Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

      It also confirms in Isaiah 65:25 that the lion will eat (straw) grass in The Kingdom of God:

      Isaiah 65:25 (MCV) The wolf and the lamb shall feed together, and the lion shall eat [straw] grass like the bullock: and dust shall be the serpent’s meat. They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy [mountain] nation, saith The Lord.

  5. Thank you so much! I am going to read the bible with the knowledge of these small, but significant alterations which have corrupted the messages (thank to you). I’ve been baptised as a child and always believed in Jesus Christ in my heart, but have not frequented churches. This is kind of a blessing, given what you have said about the corruption in the teachings of Christianity and the trinity lie etc…I’m glad I wasn’t brainwashed in that respect, or indeed scared witless by repenting my sins constantly or else I will burn in hell etc.
    I feel I must question everything. Is the Christian cross symbol itself blasphemous, or a sign of the love Jesus Christ has for us and His sacrifice for us? i hear some people that it mocks Jesus Christ who has obviously risen since his crucifixion?
    Thanks for any input.

    • Looks like The Father has kept you safe from their clutches and satanic ways. You have been truly blessed.

      Was your Baptism full immersion?

      Questioning EVERYTHING is very wise and healthy.

      Now the ‘cross’ is one of those things I am not sure about, but I do lean more towards The Stake.

      In Truth the cross was/is just an instrument of intense torture, cruelty and death and a favourite method of the Roman barbarians for dispatching criminals, or even those innocent victims who were opposed to Roman rule. So it has nothing positive going for it, other than our Lord being murdered on it and thereby His taking of our sins and the condemnatory Law with Him.

      Mainstream Christians do make a big thing of the cross, and Papists carry crucifixes with figurines of Jesus Christ affixed to them and I maintain that is how they see Him – DEAD and not risen. This is because they don’t want Him risen, so that their duped followers trust in them for their ‘salvation’ and not Him.

      Just a few things as I see them.

    • Thank you! I will read the bible with the knowledge that some of the messages have been corrupted (thanks to your blogs). I have always had Jesus Christ in my heart, and was baptised as a child, but have not frequented churches. In a way, this is a blessing because of the corruption within and the teachings of Christianity, the trinity lie etc, and I have therefore not been scared witless by the idea of repenting constantly for my sins, lest I burn in hell etc! I feel I must question everything. Do you see the cross symbol as blasphemous to Jesus Christ in that it may mock His crucifixion given that He has now obviously risen? I’ve heard this from others! Or is it a symbol of His love for us and His sacrifice for us (as I have believed)?
      Thanks for your input.

      • My Baptism was not full immersion! Most people are babies at Baptism, I was nine! Is this a big deal, not being full immersion?
        I agree, the crucifix with Jesus Christ dead upon it is not a good thing to see, as you say, He has risen and it feels blasphemous, like a mockery. I wondered if you thought the plain Christian cross symbol is in any way blasphemous?

      • I am undecided on whether the cross is blasphemous or not. It is something that I have put on the back burner.

        Yes it is a very big deal, as it’s the most important day of your life, if it’s your desire to be born of God (born again) and be saved.

        Yashua Messiah made it very plain to Nicodemus:

        John 3:3-5 (KJV) Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again (born of God), he cannot see The Kingdom of God. 4 Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man be born when he is old? can he enter the second time into his mother’s womb, and be born? 5 Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of The Spirit, he cannot enter into The Kingdom of God.

        Now I am not saying this in order to pressurise you, as you have to determine whether or not The Father is calling you to His Son, or not, at this time. If He is, then you will want to be Baptised, (it will be your strong desire), and then have hands laid upon you to be gifted with The Holy Spirit.

        Here is an example:

        Acts 8:35-38 (KJV) Then Philip opened his mouth, and began at the same scripture, and preached unto him Jesus. 36 And as they went on their way, they came unto a certain water: and the eunuch said, See, here is water; what doth hinder me to be baptized? 37 And Philip said, If thou believest with all thine heart, thou mayest. And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. 38 And he commanded the chariot to stand still: and they went down both into the water, both Philip and the eunuch; and he baptized him.

        Please let me know your thoughts.

  6. What I meant was, was my baptism with my forehead anointed, rather than a full immersion, worthless? Is the “forehead anointing” in a Church of England an act of a Christian denomination (demon-ination)? I would be baptised by full immersion tomorrow if my childhood baptism was not enough. The verses you quoted certainly show I need to.

    • Hi Gina,

      No unfortunately that form of initiation is not Baptism. All it amounts to is a Religious Anglican blessing. As a little child I, too, was Christened in a C of E church, and later at age 14 I was ‘Confirmed’, but that did not include full immersion Baptism either.

      It was not until I was much older, in my late thirties, that I was Baptised the first time into The Trinity. Again, not knowing that, that too, was erroneous, so my wife and I Baptised each other into Yashua Messiah’s (Jesus Christ’s) name alone. This was about 12 years ago now.

      So as you can see it’s all about the learning curve that we undertake once we’re called to be His followers. We can get things wrong, but as long as we dust ourselves off and correct ourselves by following the Holy Spirit’s lead, then everything works out fine in the end.

      Please read these two articles as they should help make things clearer.

      Understanding The Crucial Importance of Baptism Including What Baptism Is Not:

      Understanding THE CRUCIAL IMPORTANCE OF BAPTISM – Including What Baptism IS NOT!

      Should Christians Be Baptised Into Yashua Messiah’s (Jesus Christ’s) Name Alone? – Part 1

      Should Christians be BAPTISED into YASHUA MESSIAH’S (The Lord Jesus Christ’s) NAME ALONE? – Part 1

  7. Thank you so much, Brother Charles! I feel like my eyes are widened! It is so simple, yet these insidious little corruptions have fooled most of us. I
    Bless you!

    • You’re welcome and oh yes, the agenda was always to hide The Truth, which they have done very successfully, and which Yashua Messiah revealed and prophesied 2,000 years ago:

      Matthew 7:13 (MCV) Enter ye in at the strait (narrow and difficult through tests and trials) gate: for wide is the gate, and broad (easy peasy) is the way, that leadeth to Spiritual ruin, and MANY there be which go in thereat = The Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion.

      Many thanks for your contributions to my comments section.

      • Hello Charles,

        After I made enquiries, my local church will facilitate a full immersion baptism! I will request that I am baptised in Jesus Christ’s name alone.

        Thank you again for your guidance and wise words!

      • Great news! And very faithful, proactive and bold if I may say. Which denomination is it? And please let me know how you get on.

        You’re in our prayers.


  8. I have nothing to lose! I am a naturally timid person but sometimes I dive head first into something and surprise myself ha. It is my small town C of E church, part of the Church of England Diocese of York. The reverend has merely expressed curiosity regarding my request to be baptised in Jesus Christ’s name alone, given that “Baptisms in the Anglican, Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches are always done in the name of the Trinity”. I don’t know whether to get into the whole debate and potentially offend him or just request it as personal choice and belief without justifying myself and hope for the best.

    • Timid eh? LOL Wonderful!! You’re just the one The Father likes, or the low and the base things of this world, the dross, like me, to bring to nought the things that are – the ‘high’ and ‘mighty’ like Anglican ‘reverends’ LOL

      1 Corinthians 1:26-28 (MCV) For ye see your CALLING, brethren, how that *not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are CALLED:* 27 *But God hath CHOSEN the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath CHOSEN the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty; 28 And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God CHOSEN, yea, and things which are not, to bring to nought (zero) things that are:*

      No, whatever you do, don’t get into a debate, just tell him what you believe to be true, for there is no argument against The Truth. If you want feel free to copy and paste my article into word doc and give him a copy of that if he refuses, and then dust off your shoes as you leave.

      And always remember that Yashua Messiah came to be an offence, and a stumbling block, so never be fearful of offending people. You’re doing very well, keep up the good work.

      • Thank you! Well, I’m disappointed but not going to give up :
        My reply from the Reverend having stated that it’s my personal belief :
        “Sadly it would not count as a “valid” baptism in the Church of England if I were to baptise you in the name of Jesus Christ only, and would go against church law I’m afraid.”
        I think I will print off your article, thank you. See what he thinks! “Church law” indeed lol

      • I’m not the least bit surprised and ‘not valid’ eh? Boy will he be in hot water in the resurrection! So yes, do give him my article and include my blog address, for good measure, and tell him I will be pleased to receive his comments.

        You might have a better chance with an independent Baptist church. Most are a part of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, but there are some independents who are broken away from that.

        There’s also a Pentecostal Oneness denomination that would not Baptise into the trinity, but they, like Unitarians are monotheists so their ‘Jesus’ is not God who came in the flesh.

        Alternatively, you could place an ad in local papers/parish magazines etc. I know there are people out there, as a brother did the same thing in Australia and found someone.

  9. Thanks for the info. I’ve contacted a Baptist church in the next town which offers full immersion baptisms. But in their beliefs, they say, “That Christian Baptism is the immersion in water into the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, of those who have professed repentance towards God and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ who ‘died for our sins according to the Scriptures; was buried, and rose again the third day’.”
    We will see if they come back with the same response.

  10. Hi Charles,
    I’ve had another disappointing reply from the Baptist Church Reverend! Again, they only baptise into the Trinity. I’m sending these reverends your article as they have both expressed curiosity and have been “puzzled” about my request. No reply yet, but I’ll give them a chance to digest and peruse the content! I’m feeling dejected but will persist. I’m wondering, is getting baptised by someone who has themselves been baptised into The Trinity valid (as they like to put it)?

    • Hi Gina,

      No need to feel dejected for rest assured Yashua Messiah will find a way.

      I contacted The Baptist Union of Great Britain myself and sent them this:

      “Dear Sirs,

      Not sure if I have made contact with the right department, but I have a sister in The Faith who wishes to be baptised into Jesus Christ’s name alone. Will you therefore baptise her accordingly, as per her request, and based upon these foundational Holy Scriptures: Acts 2:38; Acts 8:15-17; Acts 19:5-6; Romans 6:3; Galatians 3:27?

      I look forward to hearing from you.

      Messenger Charles.”

      This was sent to their “Ministries Dept” about two days ago and I have not heard back – not even an acknowledgement.

      Sometimes these e-mails don’t get picked up straight away.

      Yes it will be very interesting to hear what they have to say – I’ll re-read it myself to refresh my poor old memory.

      Thanks for keeping me updated.
      Brother Charles.

  11. Thank you so much! I appreciate that, very kind of you. I’ll be in touch of I hear anything promising from my further attempts.

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