Transcript: Greetings, all who name the name of Christ. This is a message for the institutional church, the mainstream Christian churches. Are you one of those? Then this is is for you. I’m going to talk to you a little bit about Revelation, chapter 19, verse eight. Before I go there, I want to lay some groundwork. Most people in the Protestant churches, the mainstream churches, institutional churches, believe that salvation is by faith and faith alone, that you will go to heaven based on Christ’s righteousness.
That is, he will be your righteousness because your own righteousness is filthy. Nobody gets to heaven based on their own righteousness. Doesn’t matter what you do, how many good deeds you do, you don’t go to heaven on that basis. Now, that is what most Protestants believe, and that doctrine is true. Salvation is by faith in Christ and faith alone. So we can agree on that. Here’s the problem the top ten Bibles. I’ve spent a fair bit of time sorting out the top ten Bibles, and it’s not easy to discern what they actually are, because when you look up statistics, they seem to contradict each other. However, to the best of my ability, what I was able to discern is the top ten Bibles only to teach the correct doctrine of salvation by faith in Christ.
That is, we trust in Christ’s righteousness, that when we go to heaven, we will be clothed in his righteousness, not our own. Now, this coincides with what Isaiah wrote. Isaiah said all our righteousness are as filthy rags. So none of us wants to be in heaven clothed in filthy rags, and we won’t be. Nobody in heaven will be there clothed in filthy rags. Only those in hell will be clothed in filthy rags. We can agree on that. Yet the top ten Bibles teach that you’ll be in heaven clothed in your own righteous acts. That’s wrong. None of the Reformation Bibles taught that. But today, all the top Bibles, give or take a few, teach that. I just went through 50 Bibles.
Of those 50 Bibles, most of them say that you will be clothed in your own righteous acts or deeds. That is, you’ll be in heaven clothed in your own righteousness. Yet the Protestants all say that’s false. Yet the Bibles they’re reading, the ones in their church pews, the ones that their pastors recommend, the ones that their pastors teach out of all say, righteous acts or deeds, that you’ll be in heaven clothes, in your own righteous acts or deeds. Does your Bible say that?
Revelation 19, verse eight. Because it’s a lie, you will not be clothed in heaven in your own righteous acts or deeds. Paul wrote to Titus, not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to his mercy he saved us. Isaiah, I’ll repeat myself. All our righteousness are as filthy rags. Can you see the problem? Again, this is directed at the institutional churches that read the top ten institutional Bibles. Your Bible is corrupt, yet you say you believe in faith in Christ and faith alone for salvation, and that you rely on his righteousness to take you to heaven. You say that, yet you have no problem reading one of these Bibles, one of the most popular ones, the NIV righteous acts or deeds.
You have no problem reading that and accepting that Bible as the word of God. Many of you consider it one of the best translations ever. It’s not. It’s a horrible Bible. Now, why has this verse been changed? Why did the Reformation Bibles get it right? And why do most of the modern Bibles get it wrong? You widen your demographic if you teach salvation by your own works, your own deeds, your own acts, you appeal to a wide range of denominations, and in particular, the Roman Catholics love you.
They love this verse because it confirms their teaching. That’s why it’s there. And the Vatican publishers control a lot of the publishing. Rupert Murdoch, for example, the Papal Night publishes NIV and a host of other Bibles. You don’t get a paper night for nothing. You get a paper night for service to Rome publishing a Bible that corrupts. Revelation, chapter 19, verse eight, serves the Vatican more than any. Yet Protestants institutionalists, mainstream Christians.
I’m talking to you. Are you reading one of those Bibles? NIV, RSV ESV Home and Christian Standard Bible, the list goes on.Reg
I’m not going to go through them all. I have some cheat sheets here in front of me. You can do this yourself. You can get on a Bible search engine, Bible gateway and search. Revelation, chapter 19, verse eight, and see how many of these Bibles teach that you’ll be in heaven clothed in your righteous acts or deeds.
Most of them. And I guarantee you that one of them will be the Bible that you read. Now, there are two Bibles in the top ten that get this verse right. One is the KJV. I don’t recommend the KJV because it has other problems elsewhere. But this verse is correct in the KJV. It is also correct in the Message Bible. Now, the Message Bible is a horrible Bible full of corruption, yet it gets this verse right. Those are the two among the top ten that I could find that actually say you’ll be in heaven clothes in the righteousness of saints. The righteousness of saints is Jesus Christ, because our righteousnesses are as filthy rags. Can you see the problem?
Now, in all the search engines I’ve looked at, you will never find a real 1611 King James Bible. Never. You’ll see something called an authorized King James Bible, and certainly the KJV and the new King James Version and things like that, but you will not find a real 1611 King James Bible listed in those search engines. Not there. I find that disturbing. That is one of the few Bibles that has no corruptions in it. All the doctrines are correct. And so I said to you earlier the KJV, that is the King James version, which is not the same thing as the 1611 authorized King James Bible. But the KJV gets the verse right, but it’s Sister Bible. The new King James Version changes it gets it wrong. So what is it, folks? Are you going to be in heaven clothes, in your own righteous acts or deeds? Or are you going to be in heaven clothed in the righteousness of Christ? Which is it?
You can’t have it both ways. And this tells me if you’re reading a corrupt Bible that gets that verse wrong, and you’re insisting that salvation is by faith in Christ and Christ alone, and that you’ll get to heaven based on his righteousness clothes and his righteousness, if you insist on telling me that and then at the same time say that the Bible you read is the preserved word of God, I would say you don’t know what you’re talking about.
How can your Bible be the preserved word of God when it teaches the exact opposite of what you say you believe? Folks, it’s time to do some self-examination. Paul said examine yourself to see if you’re in the faith, and I’m asking you to do the same thing. Now, all you institutionalists and you may find that offensive, but I don’t really care, because you need to know who you are. You may think, this red guy doesn’t know anything. He’s an idiot. And you may choose to ignore this message. I don’t really care.
You may prefer to watch some guy standing in front of a nice curtain, well lit, on a nice stage, wearing a nice suit and tie, telling you a bunch of lies. You may prefer that most do. Or you may rather that I sat in front of a big bookcase with all my books that I’ve read over the years. I’m going to tell you something right now. I’m not out to impress you. I don’t care what you think of me. I am not going to do those things. I’m the messenger. The message is the important issue, not the trappings. Jesus said, don’t judge by appearance.
And I would encourage you to spend some time soul searching. The institutional church has got serious problems, and Bibles, that’s the biggest problem. And what you as institutional Christians have done is bought into all the lies that come down the pike from Rome and the Roman Catholic blessed publishers. Rupert Murdoch, he’s the guy who publishes Bibles and owns most of the publishing houses that publish your institutional Bibles. And he has the blessing of the Vatican. May the Lord go with you.
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