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HNewsWire: The entire New Testament scriptures teach us a combat lifestyle as we fight against the Satanic new world order.

Allegiance to Jesus Christ must take precedence over allegiance to family members. This is not a popular teaching in today's corporate Christian church, yet the teachings of Jesus recorded in the Bible are extremely clear on this subject, as this passage in Matthew chapter 10 clearly demonstrates.

Luke's gospel contains considerably harsher wording from Jesus:

Anyone who comes to me and does not despise his father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, and yes, even his own life, cannot be my disciple. And no one can be my disciple unless he bears his cross and follows me. (Luke 14:26-27)

He really instructed those he taught to carry a sidearm weapon, which was commonly translated into the English word "sword," but it may have indicated a variety of comparable weapons like as knives, daggers, and so on.

On at least two times, he and his supporters took over the Jerusalem Temple during a great feast celebration, chasing out Jewish merchants and bankers either by overpowering the Temple Guard or potentially cooperating with them.

Jesus broke the law. During his lifetime, only "priests" were legally permitted to heal or declare someone healed."

As a result, when Jesus began his public ministry and appeared on the scene, he began healing everyone in disobedience of the "health laws" of the day, as well as breaking the restrictions on the "Sabbath," when no one was supposed to labor.

And, as we can see from the text in John 5, he encouraged others to breach the law as well. Because Jesus realized that these regulations were preventing people from being healed, he ignored them.

When he realized that an act of healing was going to generate difficulties with the authorities, he instructed individuals to keep the fact that he had treated them hidden in order to avoid conflict with the Pharisee party, the majority ruling party at the time.

While Jesus was in one of the cities, a man with leprosy came along and when he saw Jesus, he dropped to the ground and begged him, "Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean."

"I am willing," Jesus answered, reaching out his hand and touching the man." And the leprosy left him right away. "Don't tell anyone," Jesus said, "but go, show yourself to the priest, and offer the sacrifices that Moses commanded for your cleansing as a testimony to them."

However, when word spread about him, crowds of people came to hear him and be healed of their ailments; however, Jesus frequently retreated to lonely locations and prayed (Luke 5:12-16).

Because the Law of Moses only allowed priests to declare a leper "clean," and there were specific rituals required, when Jesus healed this man, he told him not to tell anyone and encouraged him to go present himself to the priest, who had legal authority to declare him "healed."

But the people did not listen to him because the priests were not healing anyone at the time, and some even went to pagan Bill Gates and He's Health Renegades AKA "doctors" and spent money to attempt to buy healing, which did not work well either.

And there was a woman there who had been bleeding for twelve years, had suffered greatly under the care of several doctors, and had spent everything she had, but instead of getting well, she got worse. (Sound familiar?)

When she first heard about Jesus, she approached him in the crowd and touched his garment, thinking, "If I just touch his clothes, I will be healed." Her bleeding stopped immediately, and she felt in her body that she was free of her pain; at the same time, Jesus realized that his power had gone out.

"Who touched my clothes?" he inquired as he turned around in the crowd." "You see the crowds pressing in on you," his disciples said, "and yet you can ask, 'Who touched me?'"

But Jesus kept gazing about, trying to figure out who had done it. Knowing what had happened to her, the woman approached and fell at his knees, quivering with fear, and told him the whole thing.

"Daughter, your faith has healed you; go in peace and be free from your suffering," Jesus said to her (Mark 5:25-34). Jesus breached the law once more, and a lady walked away healed from a 12-year sickness that neither the priests nor the heathen doctors who took her entire fortune could heal.

Then there were the occasions when Jesus healed individuals in front of the "authorities," in open defiance, which is why the masses adored him so much: he was fearless. On a Sabbath, Jesus was speaking in one of the synagogues when he encountered a lady who had been handicapped by a demon for eighteen years and could not straighten up at all.

When Jesus saw her, he summoned her and said, "Woman, you are set free from your infirmity." He then placed his hands on her, and she quickly straightened up and thanked God. The synagogue ruler, enraged that Jesus had healed on the Sabbath, told the people, "There are six days for work; come and be healed on those days, not on the Sabbath."

"You hypocrites! Doesn't each of you on the Sabbath untie his ox or donkey from the stall and lead it out to give it water?" the Lord replied. "Then should not this woman, a daughter of Abraham, whom Satan has kept bound for eighteen long years, be set free on the Sabbath day from what bound her?"

All of his opponents were humiliated when he said this, but the people were overjoyed with all of the fantastic things he was doing. (Luke 13:10-17)

This time, Jesus not only broke their law, but also rubbed it in their faces and humiliated them in public. He made it abundantly obvious that he had little regard for their authority.

People were healed and liberated from Satan's bonds as a result of his opposition and breaking their laws.Things are the same today. Medical authorities empowered by the pharmaceutical business define "health," and government "health" organizations such as the FDA and CDC are the only legal bodies allowed to treat and "heal" individuals.

However, the system as a whole is not a "health" system. It is a medical system that benefits those who manufacture and sell pharmaceuticals. The existing legal health system not only does not heal people, but it is now killing people by obeying its own rules and laws, and hospitals have become the most dangerous locations in America and the leading cause of mortality.

Jesus delegated authority to his followers, and we see the same things happening with his disciples after Jesus ascended to heaven. The disciples of Jesus were not permitted by law to "practice healing."

But they did it anyhow, right in the Jewish temple, defying their authority. The governors, elders, and teachers of the law assembled in Jerusalem the next day. The high priest, Annas, as well as Caiaphas, John, Alexander, and the other men from the high priest's household, were present.

They brought Peter and John before them and began questioning them: "By what power or name did you do this?""Rulers and elders of the people! If we are being called to account today for an act of kindness shown to a cripple and are asked how he was healed, then know this, you and all the people of Israel: It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed," Peter said, filled with the Holy Spirit.

He is "'the stone you builders rejected, which has become the capstone.' Salvation can be found in no one else, for there is no other name given to men under heaven by which we must be saved."

They were astounded when they saw Peter and John's courage and understood they were unschooled, ordinary men, and they took notice that these guys had been with Jesus. (Acts 4:5-13) As this text demonstrates, the disciples of Jesus who carried out his healing mission with Jesus' authority were not educated individuals, but rather common blue-collar laborers, many of whom were fishermen by trade.

But, in defiance of the despotic government of the day, they carried the message of Jesus and his healing power across Jerusalem, all of Israel, and the furthest reaches of the planet.

All of the principles in these stories are still in effect today, as we are all living in the age of the New Covenant; however, religion, particularly the "Christian" religion, has robbed the biblical stories of all their power, when the power and authority of Jesus are just as accessible to his disciples today as they have always been.

All we have to do is oppose the authorities and the prevalent culture that accepts them as "authorities." Because of COVID protocols that are now being forced on patients for economic gain, where actual remedies are prohibited, the current Satanic medical system has become more terrible than ever before.

You couldn't buy my attendance at a hospital today. If my time is up, I would rather die at home than go to one of these killing centers and pay them to damage or murder me.

Jesus is still in the business of treating people today, and I have trusted him for decades, long before COVID, and have not purchased health insurance in over 25 years.

Those who have trusted and shackled themselves to the medical system their entire lives are paying a high price now for their confidence in that system, which is jeopardizing their jobs, their capacity to participate in society, and their very lives.

Jesus was not a pacifist; rather, he represented the opposition. I must have spent more than an hour looking for a suitable image to illustrate the two reported incidents in which Jesus entered the Temple of Jerusalem and used a whip to chase out Jewish businessmen and bankers.

But every image I could locate was so pathetic, so representative of our culture and its perspective of Jesus. Here's an example of one of the passages:

When the Jewish Passover approached, Jesus traveled to Jerusalem. He noticed folks selling livestock, sheep, and doves in the temple courts, as well as others exchanging money at tables.

So he created a whip out of cords and drove all the sheep and calves out of the temple area, scattering their cash and overturning their tables."Get these out of here! How dare you turn my father's house into a market!" he cried to those selling doves (John 2:13-16).

Here's another example:

When Jesus arrived in Jerusalem, he entered the temple area and began evicting individuals who were buying and selling there. He overturned the money changers' tables and the benches of those selling doves, and he forbade anybody from carrying commerce into the temple courts.

And as he instructed them, he added, "Is it not written: 'My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations'?" But you've turned it into a 'den of robbers.'"When the chief priests and professors of the law heard this, they began plotting his death because they dreaded him because the entire assembly was astounded by his teaching (Mark 11:15-18).

The majority of the art I found depicting these events portrayed Jesus alone, clutching what appeared to be a bunch of string and herding animals out of the temple.


The second incident took place near the end of his career, just before he surrendered himself to the authorities to be executed, and he had just made a triumphant entry into Jerusalem on a donkey, a prophetic indication of the Messiah.

He had almost the entire city behind him; however, almost all of them did not fully comprehend what being the prophesied "Messiah" entailed, as they expected him to remove the corrupt Jews ruling their nation and rebel against the rule of the Roman Empire, of which they were a vassal state and an occupied territory.

It is worth noting in the Mark verse that Jesus "would not allow anyone to carry merchandise through the temple courts." That is quite an achievement! The temple in Jerusalem was enormous, so he certainly did not do it alone, but had people supporting him and disrupting the temple's activities during a national holiday when people from all over the world were visiting.

They certainly disrupted the economic activity that everyone was used to during national feasts like Passover and just took over.

There were clearly others who opposed Jesus, which is why the earliest story mentions him making a whip of cords to force all the merchants and "money changers" (Jewish bankers) out of the temple.

Pictures and even cinematic dramatizations of this incident are grossly insufficient, generally showing Jesus strolling around and turning over tables with cash on them, with people looking amazed.

Really? Do you think that if someone had a business that was at its peak around religious festivals, they would just stand aside and look amazed at someone upsetting their business and profits?

No way. The temple had its own security force, the Temple Guard (John 7:32), so this was a major takeover of the temple that undoubtedly involved hundreds, if not thousands, of people on Jesus' side, including some Roman soldiers, as Jesus had healed some of their family members.

Jesus was not a pacifist; in fact, we know that his disciples were armed at times; the sidearm of the time was known as a "sword." Then Simon Peter took his sword and struck the high priest's servant, severing his right ear (the servant's name was Malchus).

"Put your sword away!" Jesus said to Peter. Shall I refuse to drink the cup that the Father has given me? (John 18:10-11) As the "lamb of God," Jesus had to surrender himself as the perfect blood sacrifice to complete the Law of the Old Covenant, to take away the sins of the world and shatter Satan's power, hence Peter's timing was off. It was not the appropriate time to fight.

But he drew his own sidearm, indicating that Jesus was quite comfortable with his disciples being armed.This is what Jesus said to his followers just before this event occurred earlier that night:

"When I sent you without a purse, bag, or sandals, did you lack anything?" Jesus inquired."Nothing," they said.

"But now, if you have a purse, take it, as well as a bag; and if you don't have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one," he told them.'And he was numbered with the transgressors, and I tell you that this must be fulfilled in me; yes, what is written about me is coming true,' it says.

"See, Lord," the disciples remarked, "here are two swords." "That is enough," he said. (Luke 22:35-38)

So at least two of them were armed, but not for armed resistance against the Roman army or the Temple Guard, but for personal protection when Jesus was seized.

Jesus made it plain that he did not require protection from man-made weaponry. He could have annihilated his adversaries without breaking a sweat.

"Put your sword back in its place," Jesus said, "for all who draw the sword will die by the sword." "Do you think I cannot call on my Father, and he will immediately put at my disposal more than twelve legions of angels?"

What about other passages in the Bible that appear to teach pacifism?

Many religious leaders and teachers believe Jesus was a pacifist based on other parts of the Bible that they believe teach this, such as Paul's writings in Romans 13, Jesus' words during the Sermon on the Mount where he said "turn the other cheek" rather than strike back at someone who hits you, or even the words I quoted above when he was arrested where he said: "For all who draw the sword will die by the sword."

However, choosing certain texts from the Bible and then developing a theory around them overlooks the entirety of Jesus' teaching as revealed in the four gospel narratives of the New Testament.

For example, in the above-quoted Luke text, as Jesus is speaking to his disciples and giving them instructions on the night he is to be arrested, he says:

"Did you lack anything when I sent you without a purse, bag, or sandals?""

"Nothing," they said.

"But now, if you have a purse, take it, as well as a bag; and if you don't have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one," he told them.There were two distinct sets of instructions for two distinct periods of time and conditions. The first event he is referring to is this one from his early ministry:

Following this, the Lord appointed seventy-two others and dispatched them in pairs ahead of Him to every city and area where He was to appear."The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, beg the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest," He said to them.Go; behold, I am sending you out like lambs among wolves, with no money belt, bag, or sandals, and no one to welcome along the route.

And before you enter any house, say, 'Peace be to this house.'Stay in that house, eating and drinking what they offer, for the laborer is deserving of his salary.Do not go from house to home; whatever city you enter, eat what is provided to you, and heal those who are sick, saying, 'The kingdom of God has come near to you.'

But if you enter a city and are not welcomed, go out into the streets and say, 'Even the dust of your city, which clings to our feet, we wipe off in protest against you; yet be sure of this, that the kingdom of God has come close.' (Luke 10:1-11)

However, in the second circumstance and time period, the time for teaching people about God's kingdom had passed, and it was time for Jesus to be arrested, which would also lead to persecution of his disciples, so he gave them very different instructions, including being armed with swords.

Similarly, when Jesus taught about the "kingdom of God" during the Sermon on the Mount (see Matthew chapters 5–7), he was contrasting the Law of the Old Covenant with the new way of life under the New Covenant, as the emphasis of the Law of the Old Testament was frequently retaliation, such as "an eye for an eye" or "a tooth for a tooth."

And, while Jesus was not rejecting such rules, he was emphasizing that, because his death would pay the price for all injustices, we do not have to seek retribution or retaliation on a personal level, but can display forgiveness and love via non-retaliation.

It is a general principle, but not a doctrine to be applied in every situation.This was also taught by Paul in his letter to the Romans:

Never return evil for evil, and always respect what is good in the eyes of everyone.Be at peace with everyone as much as possible if at all possible. Never seek your own vengeance, dear, but leave room for God's anger, as it is written: "Vengeance is mine; I will repay," declares the Lord.

"BUT IF YOUR ENEMY IS HUNGRY, FEED HIM; IF HE IS THIRSTY, GIVE HIM A DRINK; FOR BY DOING SO, YOU WILL HEAP BURNING COALS ON HIS HEAD." Allow good to triumph over evil rather than allowing evil to triumph over good (Romans 12:17-21).

This is a general premise of the New Covenant, and it is a very good one! But take note of how Paul favored this teaching: "If possible, as far as it relies on you...

However, we all know that there are times when it is not possible or depends on us, and in those cases, we may need to take action to protect ourselves or others who are defenseless.

Similarly, in Romans 13, where Paul teaches about "being subject to" government authorities, he is writing to believers in Rome whom he has never met and is obviously dealing with their specific situation at their specific time, as they were residing in the capital city of the entire Roman Empire at the time.

There were factions among Jews living during those times, generally referred to as "zealots," who exclusively believed in a Jewish state and would fight against Roman control. Paul's description of Roman governance was undoubtedly period-specific, as he wrote:

For rulers are not feared for good behavior, but for wickedness. Do you want to be fearless in the face of authority? Do good, and you will receive praise from it, since it is a servant of God to you for good.

But if you do evil, be afraid, because it does not bear the sword in vain; for it is a servant of God, an avenger who unleashes wrath on those who do evil. (Rom. 13:3–4) From Paul's perspective, this depiction of the Roman government at the time does not apply to all governments at all times.

Who could reasonably believe that the current administration in the United States is "a servant of God to you for good" or "an avenger who brings wrath on the one who practices evil"?

In his own life, Paul did not always adhere to this concept. When he was in Damascus, the governor attempted to arrest him.

The governor of Damascus under King Aretas had the city of Damascenes secured in order to arrest me. But I was dropped in a basket from a wall window and slipped through his grasp. (2 Cor. 11:32-33)

Paul fought back and escaped. Different era, different location, and various circumstances If you want more examples of righteous opposition in the Bible, where God commended believers for disobeying the law, consider Daniel and his associates who worked in government:

When the World Turns Against You: God's Ability to Intervene on behalf of Those Who Resist

Citing the example of Egyptian midwives who defied the law by refusing to murder babies:

Who do you fear if you take the path of resistance?

The themes of resisting evil and relying in God run throughout the Bible.

Conclusion: Resist or perish.

Many of you who are reading this today are faced with difficult decisions. If you haven't already, you face losing your career, your capacity to engage in society, and your family and friends.

However, if you are a disciple of Jesus Christ and his Spirit dwells in you, your options are actually rather easy. We are asked to be the light in the world, to shine in the darkness and to reject the forces of evil that seek to harm us or force us to conform to the Satanic world system.

For nearly 2000 years, we have been warned that this day is coming, as it is prophesied in the prophesy of John:

He also commanded everyone, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to obtain a mark on his right hand or forehead, so that no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark, which was the name of the beast or the number of his name. This necessitates wisdom.

If anyone has understanding, let him compute the beast's number, because it is man's number. His phone number is 666. (See Revelation 13:16-18.) You can argue whether or not this mark is a physical mark (I don't believe it is), but it doesn't matter in the end. Because there are only two options: submit and become a part of the Satanic system, or oppose and fight it.

The only option for a true child of God who is a co-heir with Jesus Christ is to resist and struggle. And it is considerably more vital today to ensure that you are a child of God and that you bear his mark and stamp. See:

The Seal and Mark of God are considerably more essential than the "Mark of the Beast." Are you ready for what is to come?

Most Christians will not make it since most churches and pastors encourage their followers to conform and receive a COVID-19 Kill shot.

They are no different than Jesus' day's religious leaders, who also knew the Scriptures but were not saved by them. You actively study the Scriptures because you believe they will grant you eternal life. These are the Scriptures that bear witness to my existence, yet you refuse to come to me for life. I don't take male compliments, but I know you. I know you don't have God's love in your hearts. (John 5:39-42)

When Jesus walked the planet in the flesh, he spent the majority of his time defying health regulations and healing people in direct disobedience of their "authority." He utilized his own Messianic authority to heal, and that healing is still available to us today.

If you want to dig more into this truth, I wrote a full post on it ten years ago:

The Power to Heal

For almost a decade, I've been a dedicated watchman, describing how terrible the medical system is with its Satanic roots and warning people that this day was coming.

I will not obey any health laws but will continue to trust in Jesus to take care of my health, and if anyone comes to force me to comply, I will resist, as will others in my community, especially the children and helpless, and I will not hesitate to use my "sword" if necessary, with a clear conscience that God is leading me to resist.

The entire New Testament teaches us a combat lifestyle as we fight against the Satanic global order.

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