As our name states, the purpose of this site is to assist G-d’s People in living a victorious life. Of course, this begs the question: What is a victorious life and who makes that determination? To answer this question, I refer you to the New Covenant book of the Revelation to John1:
“They defeated him because of the Lamb’s blood and because of the message of their witness. Even when facing death they did not cling to life” (CJB, Rev. 12:11).
So, the victory is complete when we victoriously stand before the Throne of G-d, and He tells us:
“Excellent! You are a good and trustworthy servant. You have been faithful with a small amount, so I will put you in charge of a large amount. Come and join in your master’s happiness!” (Matt. 25:21).
With that established, I’ll get to the meat of this site. You are here, because you have questions, and the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) has brought you here. There are a multitude of questions that religion does not answer, and, yes, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are religions as much as Hinduism, Buddhism, and all such are. However, no acceptable teaching (doctrine or tenet) can be established on only one scripture or witness account, so all answers, here, will be substantiated or supported by a minimum of two scriptures and/or witness testimonies.
Here, again, we have issues to resolve. Can we believe ANY English “translations” of either the Hebrew or Christian Bible? Are you aware that each Bible “translation” into English MUST be in different English words from other Bible “translations?” This is required because, even though the original manuscripts are ancient and cannot be copyrighted, English “translations” are more recent and are copyrighted. Therefore, each new “translation” must not infringe on the copyrights of other “translations.”
So, why do I enclose the word “translation” with quotes? Because they are not true translations. They are interpretations! And what are those interpretations based on? They are based on the doctrines or teachings of the people who interpret and publish them. If you want to learn the doctrines and interpretations of specific groups of men, then study their “translations.” However, if you want to learn the Word of G-d from the earliest manuscripts we can locate, that is what we explore, here: The earliest manuscripts and the most accurate meanings of the words written in them.
Questions I answer will include but are not limited to the following list. As I complete them, you will be able to hover your cursor over a question to expand it for a brief answer and a link to the corresponding article with the full answer to that question. For example, to see the list, hover your mouse :
- Who, what, and where is G-d?
G-d is the One and Only true deity.
He is the One Who created all of the Creation.
For more about G-d, this will be a link to the
full article and you will Click Here.
- Did G-d just speak everything into existence?
- How long did it really take G-d to create the Creation (universe, Earth, etc.)?
- What does it mean that G-d created “man” in His Image?
- Who is Jesus, also called the Christ?
- Who is the Messiah?
- What is His Name?
- What was and what is His Purpose?
- What did He do and teach?
- Who are we?
- Why are we here?
- What are we to do?
- What is teshuvah?
- Why is repentance necessary?
- What is an ecclesia?
- Are churches ecclesias?
- What is the Kingdom of G-d or the Kingdom of Heaven?
- What is the Ruach HaKodesh?
- What is the Baptism of the Ruach HaKodesh, do I need it, and how do I get it?
- What are the Gifts of the Ruach HaKodesh, and how do I get them?
- What is the source of evil impulses?
- Who and what is Satan / HaSatan?
- What are demons?
- What is deliverance?
- What is spiritual warfare?
- Who are the Sons of G-d?
- Who or what are the Nephilim and where are they, now?
I will answer these questions and more as time permits. As I do, I will turn the above questions into links to those answers. For now, please study the available materials I have already posted. If you have other questions, please post them, below. All comments on this site must be civil, without profanity or ungodly content, and respectful of others. Any that are not will be removed.
Our Basics series begins with our five senses and shows their place in the Beginning of Creation and their place, today. For example, what was G-d’s purpose in giving us our five senses? Is this related to His making us in His Image?
We will dispel many myths and expose many false teachings, which are also called doctrines and tenets. We will start with this one: King and prophet David of the House of Judah exposed the lie that G-d spoke and His Words instantly became the Creation. We will review different aspects of this passage of insight from King David. For now, though, we will look at how he dispels the myth that G-d’s Words instantly took solid form and became highly detailed and intricate creations:
The heavens declare the glory of God, the dome of the sky speaks the work of his hands. (Complete Jewish Bible, Psalm 19:2)
Did you read it critically? Possibly not. Do you see how King and prophet David, son of Jesse of the Tribe of Judah, dispelled the myth that G-d spoke and His Words instantly took form? If you don’t see it, yet, please read it until you do, perhaps slower each time.
Now do you see it? It’s in the second part of the sentence. Actually, the myth is dispelled in the last five words: “the work of his hands.” Not the work of His Words. Not the work of His Voice. The work of His Hands!
What is the first thing we learn from those five words? G-d works! What’s the second thing we learn? G-d has hands! And the third thing we learn? That G-d used a process and was personally involved in building the Creation!
This is how we use critical thinking skills. Now that you have an understanding of how we use our critical thinking skills to understand G-d, His Creation, and His Instructions, let’s begin with Basics: The Beginning.
Welcome aboard! May G-d bless you in your study and in your pursuit and fulfillment of your destiny,
James A Capers
1 Published Biblical references will be cited by intials of their names. CJB refers to:
Stern, David H. 1998. Complete Jewish Bible. Jewish New Testament Publications, Inc.(Click here to return to the text.)