I'll copy the comments exactly as they were written, without adding, removing, or editing anything. However, they will not necessarily be in the order received...
On July 29 at 6:39 pm, Anonymous posted on "The name of Jesus" --
Genny, you are not posting all comments on your blog!!! These means that you are a false prophet who testifies falsehood. You do not want your evil schemes to be exposed so people will believe your lies!!!No, I do not post all comments on my blog. You might be surprised at the magnitude of rudeness (to put it nicely), that occasionally comes through (both from pro- and anti-WMSCOG commentors). I also won't post any comments that reveal personally identifying information. Also, some comments are picked up by the spam filter.
Another thing to think about, I have a full life outside of this blog, my own family and job and activities, so sometimes I am delayed at approving comments and responding to them. Please be patient with me.
Now, if you are serious that my "not posting all comments" is evidence that I'm a "false prophet" and that I don't want my "evil schemes to be exposed," then what would you say about all of the WMSCOG sites and member blogs that do not post all comments?
On July 29 at 5:54 pm, Anonymous posted on "The name of Jesus" --
The secrets of the knowledge of the kingdom of heaven has been given to God's children but not to people who are not God's children that is why Ahnsahnghong's books are not available to the general public.That's not a very useful quote to argue with. Anyone could say, "I am God's child and you are not. That's why you don't understand the truth I'm telling you." You need something more substantial than that.
If Ahnsahnghong's books truly held the truth, and the WMSCOG truly preached the truth, why wouldn't they want the truth available to everyone?
Think about other organizations that restrict their publications in the way the WMSCOG does. What kinds of organizations are they? Why do they have those restrictions? (If you can't answer those questions for yourself, let me know.)
On July 29 at 6:44 pm, Anonymous posted on "The name of Jesus," in response to Carlos' comment --
We can each call the other "deceived!" but the word means little if it's not backed up by evidence. Please check out my three summary pages (Key Verses, Internal Evidence, and Mistakes). Also, if you haven't read the Start Here page, please do.Carlos, this website did not open your eyes but it closed your eyes to the truth! Genny does not follow the teachings of the bible absolutely and she encourage people to worship God in their own ways. That is absolutely WRONG. It is because Salvation belongs to God. And His statutes we need to keep. You are being deceived!!!
When you say that I "encourage people to worship God in their own ways," what do you mean by that? What I think of when I hear that is that people should worship according to the personality that God gave them, and what is meaningful to them, in a way that pleases God. For example, someone who loves nature probably worships God better when they are camping or on a hike and should not think that a building is the only suitable place to worship God.
On July 29 at 6:24 pm, Anonymous posted on "The name of Jesus," in response to Daniyyel's comment --
Danniyel, your sister is the one who is so sorry for you because your poor soul is dying. You believe that she is in a cult but in reality, you are the one who is in a cult. Let me explain this. The Jews captured apostle Paul and beheaded him because Paul was charged of heresy leading the Nazarene sect(cult). In the eyes of the general public who claim to believe in God persecuted the true believers: Paul, Peter, Stephen, the disciples. People like you also believe in God right? But you are the one persecuting the true believers in God, you even call them being in a cult! Someone who is in a cult does not follow the teachings of the bible. Let me ask you this. Do you celebrate Christmas? Are you a Sunday worshipper? If you are, then you are not following the teachings of the bible because the bible does not teach people to worship God on Sundays and also, nowhere in the bible Dec 25 is the birthday of Christ. You are being deceived by satan's schemes.And, on July 29 at 6:11 pm, Anonymous posted on "The name of Jesus" --
What is heresy? How do we know that a church is heretical? In the bible, heresy is a practice that does not follow the doctrine of the bible. Then which church is heretical? Sunday keeping churches or Saturday keeping churches? In the bible, God commanded people to keep the Sabbath day holy, which is Saturday. There is a Sabbath in accordance with the law of Moses and there is a Sabbath in accordance with the law of Christ. Since Christ gave us examples to follow even after his baptism, He kept the Sabbath day as his custom which is on Saturday. He said he is the Lord of the Sabbath. Obviously, Sunday is not the day Jesus gave, as an example to follow. Then, which church does not follow the example of Jesus Christ? Sunday keepers or Saturday keepers? The Sunday keeping churches are obviously heretical because they do not follow the examples of Christ and his disciples. Who introduced Sunday worship then? If it did not come from God, then it must come from the enemy of God which is the devil who uses all religious leaders, priests ,pastors, government officials, etc in his evil schemes to lead the whole world astray.
It is true that when you have two people with opposing stands, each will say that they themselves have the truth and that the other is the one who is wrong. That is why it's so important for both to set aside any preconceived notions, distinguish fact from opinion, and look at the issue from a rational standpoint.
No one likes to be told they are in a cult. It could be true, or it could be a misunderstanding. Since it is a word used by professionals to describe the World Mission Society Church of God, it is worth investigating. (As a side note, one of the organizations I have a good opinion of is also on the list of cults at the Freedom of Mind resource center. Is it true or a misunderstanding or what? If I were considering joining, it would be worth investigating.)
Let me ask you this. Do you celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, New Year on January 1, Independence Day (July 4), Mother's Day, Father's Day, etc. Where does the Bible teach you to celebrate those days?
The Bible does have something to say about Sunday. Here is a place you can go for resources about Sunday and the Sabbath.
Sunday meetings were introduced by the apostles, who remembered Jesus' resurrection every time a Sunday came around. If you don't like that, then perhaps you should tell God that He should have picked a different day for the Resurrection so the apostles wouldn't have use the "Day of the Sun." Maybe He should have worked it all out for a Monday? Oh, no, then you would probably accuse Christians of "Moon worship" for meeting on Mondays...
That's all I have time for right now. It's been a very busy summer for me, but I have lots to write about and more comments to address, so I hope to get back here again soon.