The Walking Dead Are Already Here: Mourn For Them

The Walking Dead Are Already Amongst Us:

Do you know that we will all live “forever” in the technical sense of what it means to “live forever”. Meaning all people will continue to exist even after their body on earth dies. Some people will go on to be with the Lord in the new heaven and new earth, and other people will be thrown into the lake of fire where they will be tormented day and night.

Revelation 20:10 – “The devil, who deceived them, was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and the false prophet are. And they will be tormented day and night forever and ever.”

Therefore, according we the Bible, we must properly understand what “death” is. Death is not ceasing to exist anymore because we will ALL exist forever. Death is separation from GOD who is the source of ALL Life.

When Adam and Eve were created GOD instructed them that they must not eat of the knowledge of good and evil because if they eat of it they would surely die.

Genesis 2:17 – “but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.”

Did Adam and Eve’s physical bodies drop dead the moment they ate the fruit of the tree? Certainly not. But did they instantly die? Yes, they certainly died instantly, because the moment they sinned they were separated from GOD. And if GOD is the source of LIFE then separation from the source of life is death.

All of nature works in a similar way. If you were to pluck a leaf off a tree, the leaf would die instantly because it’s been separated from the tree, however, the leaf would remain green and appear like it’s still alive for a few days, before its dried up death condition is visible.

Just look at what Jesus says to us in John 15:5

John 15:5 “I am the vine, you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit; for without Me you can do nothing.”

Therefore we are also like leaves that were once connected to GOD, but after we sinned those leaves were separated from the vine, and the process of decomposition began. For a leaf, it takes 3-7 days to fully decompose, but for a human, it takes 70-120 years to fully decompose. Therefore the reason we decompose in the first place is because death has already been working in our bodies due to sin. For the Bible says the wages of sin is death.

Adam and Eve were not created to die. They were going to live forever. There was no death until sin was introduced into the world. But because Adam sinned he died instantly (separated from GOD) and decomposed after 930 years(Genesis 5:5).

With that said, those who reject Jesus Christ have no life in them because the Bible says Jesus is the LIFE, and that whoever believes in Jesus will not perish, because the life that is inside of them will be eternal life.

John 11:25-26 – “Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die. Do you believe this?”

Therefore “Life” and “Death” are not a matter of these physical bodies. Life and death depend on what is working on the inside of each person. These physical bodies are already decomposing because of the sins of Adam and Eve(as well as our own sins), and we will receive NEW bodies if our faith is in Jesus.

These corruptible physical bodies only hide the truth of our actual condition. When the physical body is stripped away due to it dying the reality of what is inside each person will be revealed. One person will have life still once his physical body has been stripped away and will be with the Lord, and the other person will see his condition is a death condition when his physical body is stripped away and he will be in hell.

So if this is the case, why do we wait for people to die physically for us to grieve for them? Should we not grieve them while they are still technically “alive”? Are the Walking Dead not already among us? The people who reject Christ, live in sin and are filled with death because of it. Should we not grieve for them now, while there is still time to save them? Should we only wait until it’s too late for them to grieve for them? If we as a people had the heart to grieve for the sinner now before they are fully decomposed I believe we would have the motivation to do all we could do to help them be saved.

Look at what Jesus said to the man who asked Jesus for permission to go and burry his dead father before following Jesus:

Luke 9:59-60 – “Then He said to another, “Follow Me.” But he said, “Lord, let me first go and bury my father.” Jesus said to him, “Let the dead bury their own dead, but you go and preach the kingdom of God.”

Jesus told him “No”. Jesus said the other dead people would be the ones to bury his dead Father. But how could a dead person bury another dead person? Because Jesus is saying that the sinners who are the walking dead, will bury the man’s father. Jesus referred to them as dead even though they were technically still breathing.

Therefore we should arm ourselves with the same mentality and not wait until our loved ones physically die to grieve for them. Let’s grieve for them now and do all we can to encourage them and persuade them to turn to Jesus Christ so that we will not have to grieve them as deeply after physical death because we will know that they have eternal life and are with the Lord.

Let’s see things with spiritual eyes in this matter. Those who are waiting on the apocalypse and zombies to appear in the earth, must understand that the zombies are already amongst us and we also have the antidote for them, and that antidote is Jesus. When they put their faith in Jesus they will be healed of their zombified state and come back to life. Those who are living in willful sin and those who reject Jesus Christ are the walking dead, but there is still hope for them to be saved. We know about the Antidote(Jesus). Let’s deliver this antidote to our brethren.

That’s all for today guys.

GOD bless you all who are in Christ Jesus.

Eddie Fews

The Truth About The Easter or Ishtar Fertility Ritual For Christians

I see the word “Easter” all over my timeline, can someone tell me who “Easter” is? I looked in my Bible and I didn’t see the word “Easter” anywhere in my Bible. Does your Bible have the word Easter in it? Maybe we have different Bibles. Where did Christians get the word Easter if this word is not in our Bible?

With a little research you will find that the word “Easter” is not just a word, but Easter is a person’s name. Easter is the English translation of the name “Ishtar” and Ishtar was the Babylonian goddess of fertility, which is where the image of rabbits (which were known to be sexually hyperactive and reproduce a lot) and the image of eggs (evidence of reproduction even though rabbits do not lay eggs) are derived from.

For some reason, people think that as long as they mix Jesus into something, then everything will be fine. But what does the Bible say about combining Jesus with worldly things?

2 Corinthians 6:15 – “What similarities are there between Christ and Belial? What is the common part of believers with unbelievers?”

So I ask: What similarities are there between Christ and Easter?

Can someone explain?

2 Corinthians 6:16 “What does the temple of GOD have to do with idols? Because we are the temple of GOD who live according to these words of GOD:”

Isn’t Easter a Babylonian Idol? You can google images of Easter/Ishtar statues and see images of goddesses worshiped by pagans, images that some people still worship today.

So how do we take these unbiblical Easter/Ishtar words and combine them with the Jesus of the Bible? Did Jesus give us a date to celebrate his resurrection? Did you know that the Apostle Paul warned Christians in the Galatian church not to make certain days special. And not observing certain months or seasons as special months and seasons. The Apostle Paul warned Christians against doing this and said that he feared that his efforts on their behalf would be in vain because of this.

Let’s Read:
Galatians 4:9-11 – “But now after you have known God, or rather are known by God, how is it that you turn again to the weak and beggarly elements, to which you desire again to be in bondage? You observe days and months and seasons and years. 11 I am afraid for you, lest I have labored for you in vain.”

The Bible says we are in this World but not of this world. Therefore, we do not consider times and dates in this world to be anything special. If we celebrate the day as something special, we observe worldly things and thus unite ourselves with this world.

Did Jesus die on Friday? And was he resurrected on Sunday? The Bible says Jesus was in the heart of the earth for three days and three nights.

Matthew 12:40 – “For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the great fish, so will the Son of Man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.”

So if you count 3 days and 3 nights from Friday, what day do you get? Sunday or Monday? So how could this be Friday? And what makes a Friday good?

The Bible says no one is good except GOD alone.

Mark 10:18 – “So Jesus said to him, “Why do you call Me good? No one is good but One, that is, God.”

When you research the origins of Easter, egg coloring, bunnies, and more, you’ll discover some very dark and twisted things done by pagan cultures in the past. Eastern eggs were originally colored with blood, not cats, and Easter Sunday was once a perverted and very sexy holiday for pagans. This day was not chosen by chance, it coincided with the time of pagan fertility celebrations. Because Easter/Ishtar is the goodness of fertility

In Conclusion:

I do not write these things to condemn or judge anyone, I write this to encourage the body of Christ to be careful about taking a worldly mentality in observing days, times, months, and seasons to commemorate special celebrations like the people of this world do it. As Paul stated in Galatians 4:9-11.

In Romans 14:4-6, the Bible states that whoever commemorates that day, he commemorates it to GOD. If you choose to make today about GOD, let it be about GOD. My main point of contention here is the use of the name of the goddess Easter/Ishtar. If it’s about the resurrection of Jesus Christ for you, then why do you name a pagan god and Jesus on the same day? If today is about the resurrection of Jesus Christ then why are you hanging pictures of bunnies and boiling colored eggs? What do eggs, bunnies, and Easter/Ishtar have to do with the resurrection of Jesus Christ? Let us not mix and combine these worldly elements with the things of GOD.

That’s all for today friends,

GOD bless you all who are in Christ Jesus.

Eddie Fews

Yes, “Good Persons” Also Go To Hell

Thinking You’re A Good Person Can Lead You To Hell…

I was having a conversation with a man recently who told me that he doesn’t believe in any religion, he just believes in being a good person. He said he believes that as long as he lives his life being a good person he will go to heaven when he dies. He said every religion believes they are right and says the other religions are wrong and he doesn’t want to choose and so he keeps away from religion.

I also find it interesting when people say this because what they don’t realize they are saying is they want to be the GOD of themselves. They want to be their own judge and they want to be the one to determine where they will spend eternity. They don’t realize that entry into the gates of Heaven isn’t contingent on their own standards of good and bad, but rather on the standard of GOD.

So I asked this man “Who’s standard of good and bad are you basing are you using to measure whether or not you should go to Heaven? Are you using God’s standards or have you invented your own standard and decided that GOD let you into heaven based on the standard that you created in your mind?

He responded by saying he believes everyone has the same moral standards: “Don’t murder, don’t steal, be kind, etc.”

However, the standard of GOD is much higher than the standards of this world. The Bible says anyone who hates their brother or sister in their heart is already a murderer in the eyes of GOD.

1 John 3:15
“Whoever hates his brother is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life abiding in him.”

Therefore the standard of this man was that as long as he didn’t physically kill someone he wasn’t a murderer, but that’s man’s standard, and not God’s standard. According to GOD’s standard, if this man held a grudge against his brother in his heart, he would be standing on trial for murder before the judgment seat of GOD. According to this man as long as he didn’t physically steal from another person he wouldn’t be considered a thief, but in the eyes of GOD if you have ever coveted something that belonged to someone else or if you were ever jealous of what someone else had you would be considered a thief in the eyes of God. According to man’s standards as long as you don’t sleep with another man’s wife you are not an adulterer, However according to the standard of GOD if you look lustfully at the photos of the wife of another man— even on Facebook you are already guilty of adultery in your heart by the standard of GOD.

Matthew 5:28 “But I say to you that whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.”

(By the way, women who post provocative photos will also be held accountable, but let’s continue…)

The Bible says GOD looks at our hearts, so if you’ve done a thing within your heart, you’re already guilty of that thing according to God’s standards(1 Samuel 16:7). The Bible actually says in Romans 3:10-12 that none of us have lived up to the standard of GOD and therefore none of us on our own are qualified to enter the Kingdom of GOD.

Romans 3:10-12 “As it is written: “There is none righteous, no, not one; There is none who understands; There is none who seeks after God. They have all turned aside; They have together become unprofitable; There is none who does good, no, not one.”

So when you evaluate yourself and judge your own goodness whose standard are you using to judge yourself? Your own standard or the standard of GOD?

The Bible says in Proverbs 16:2 “All the ways of a man are pure in his own eyes, But the LORD weighs the spirits.”

Every person outside of Christ thinks they’re a good person because they create their own standards and judge themselves based on their own rules. I’ve never met a person that said “I am just a bad person, I am no good, I am a thief, murderer, and I’m just terrible”. In fact, any person who says those things about themselves are a lot closer to receiving salvation than a man who thinks he’s a good person because the man who can see his own faults realizes that he needs a savior. He realizes that he needs Jesus to save him from his wicked ways.

However, if you ask the majority of people they will tell you that they think they are a good person. And this is why a man can’t be his own judge. Unless you build your own heaven you don’t get to determine how you enter inside a kingdom that you did not build. You must submit yourself to the King of that kingdom so you can enter the King’s Kingdom. Just as anyone who comes into your house on earth must respect your house rules or they must leave your home.

In Closing:

The Bible says that the wages of sin is death and that we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of GOD(Romans 3:23). Therefore GOD sent his Son into the earth to become a man and suffer death for ALL man so that man would not have to suffer death for own his sins. So that all who put their faith in Jesus would not perish as they rightfully deserve, but rather they would receive eternal life.

We don’t enter Heaven by meeting our own criteria, we enter into the Kingdom of Heaven through faith in GOD’s promise. Because of our past sins, all of us are already disqualified if entry into Heaven was determined by our own efforts. We must put our faith in Jesus and receive the righteousness of Jesus so that we can be pure before GOD. Upon receiving this righteousness we must walk in Holiness and be blameless, however prior to receiving the righteousness of Jesus by putting our faith in him none of our good deeds will erase our past of sin that still must be judged on the day of Judgement. But when we put our faith in Jesus our past slate is cleansed, GOD says he will not remember our sins anymore, and we can now start anew and walk in Holiness.

However, those who reject Jesus must stand trial before the throne of GOD on the judgment and answer for everything they have ever done in their life. The Bible says even every idle word that we speak will be judged on that day(Matthew 12:36).

So what are you going to do? Will stand trial before GOD and have your life measured by God’s standards or will you put your faith in Jesus and meet God’s standards by receiving the Holiness of Jesus? The Holiness of the Jesus who met the standard of GOD. When you put your faith in Jesus you receive HIS holiness and you’re turned from a sinner into a saint, and thus you meet the standard of GOD. Now you only must continue to walk in holiness, following the ways and teachings of Jesus, and endure until the end and you will be saved. Which will you choose?

GOD bless you all who are in Christ Jesus.

Eddie Fews