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  Jesus spoke in Parables, but it was more than just a parable He was speaking. It is a Language... a Parabolic Language and all the Writers of the Canon, Lost Prophets (Books), Book of Enoch, Gospel of Thomas the Apocrypha along with others... All spoke this same Language. Know the Language then you will know what is or what is not inspired. ... We at We Exalt Thee.com & Scriptural-Truth.com help others to recognize His Language, His Parabolic Language...       Thank You and enjoy the website..!!

NEW!!!... Unveiling THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS by Robert Ferrell and InHisWord2 Radio Show Click Below
(Part 1...Ch 1...1 hr 25 min) ...
(Part 2...Ch 2-3...2 hr 33 min) ...
(Part 3...Ch 4-8.1...1 hr 50 min) ...
(Part4...Ch 8.1-11.19...2 hr 39 min) ...
(Part 5...Ch 12-15.4...2 hr 53 min) ...
(Part 6...Ch 15-16... 2 hr 19 min) ...
(Part 7...Ch 17-18... 2 hr 16 min) ...
(Part 8...Ch 19-20...2hr 27 min) ...
(Part 9...Ch 21...2hr 10 min) ... Power Packed Eye Opening Series..!! FYI... Robert Ferrell and InHisWord2, both have videos of the "Unveiling the Book Of Revelations" on thier YouTube Channels..!!

Holy Bible with the Apocrypha... Free PDF

Need Proof ? Jesus Christ,      Apocrypha and the Holy Bible...

Bring-ing back!!! The Old and Lost Prophets of Scriptures...

  This website (Scriptural-Thuth.com & WeExaltThee.com) is dedicated to the promotion of the Bible and Apocryphal literature. There are a great many references to apocryphal books throughout the Old and New Testaments. The only thing that really separates me from the average Christian is my willingness to side with those who wrote the Bible against those who discount their words. If Jude calls Enoch the Seventh from Adam, that means he believes the book is Pre-Flood in origin. Scholars and Theologians, however, tend to disagree, thereby taking a position which is at variance with Jude's. James 4:5 quotes a passage outside of the New Testament AS SCRIPTURE to his readers. This means that James held books outside of the Old Testament as Scripture. Scholars and Theologians, however, tend to discount his testimony.
  Paul borrows the famous "Armor of God" illustration of Ephesians 6 from the Apocryphal Wisdom of Solomon Chapter 5. There are dozens more. The point is, it clearly shows the NT writers did not believe as the Church does about these books. I have merely acknowledged these facts, whereas Traditional Christianity avoids them.
   The term Apocrypha is used with various meanings, including "hidden", "esoteric", "spurious", "of questionable authenticity", ancient Chinese "revealed texts and objects" and "Christian texts that are not canonical". The general term is usually applied to the books that the Protestant Christian Church considered useful but not divinely inspired. As such, it is misleading in this sense to refer to the Gospel according to the Hebrews or Gnostic writings as apocryphal, because they would not be classified in the same category by orthodox believers: they would be classified as a heretical subset of antilegomenae, to distinguish them from now-canonical ancient antilegomenae such as 2 Peter, 3 John and the Revelation of John, and non-canonical but non-heretical books which were quoted by the Early Fathers such as the pseudepigraphic Epistle of Barnabas, the Didache, or The Shepherd of Hermas.
  The gnostic writings are generally not accorded any status, not even a negative one: they are ignored, as they are incompatible with the accepted canon prima facie. Non-canonical books are texts of uncertain authenticity, or writings where the work is seriously questioned. Given that different denominations have different beliefs about what constitutes canonical scripture, there are several versions of the apocrypha. During 16th-century controversies about the biblical canon, the word acquired a negative connotation, and has become a synonym for "spurious" or "false". This usage usually involves fictitious or legendary accounts that are plausible enough to be commonly considered true.

Overview Of The Gospel Of Thomas
By InHisWord2 & Robert Ferrell with Scriptural-Truth.com

We Love The Gospel Of Thomas!

Two Examples below: Parables explained from the Lost Gospel of Thomas.
(1)Gospel of Thomas - Sayings 1 thru 8
(2) Gospel of Thomas - Sayings 9 thru 20
Explained by Robert Ferrell
In Matthew 13:33 Jesus relates this parable to His disciples: "...The Kingdom of Heaven is like unto leaven, which a woman took, and hid in three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened." When we break this one down, we realize that this woman is in the process of making some kind of meal or bread. She has to reach into a jar three times to get the proper amount of meal--a three step process. There is also leaven added to it, which we can interpret as 'doctrine', since in Matthew 16:12 Jesus' disciples realize that "Jesus bade them (the disciples) not to beware of the leaven of bread, but the doctrine of the Pharisees and Saducees."

Now the doctrine that they taught would have been their interpretation of the Scriptures. So if their doctrine is to their Scriptures is what leaven is to bread, then the meal is here symbolic of the Scriptures. If we then rephrase the parable with these changes it becomes: "The Kingdom of Heaven is like unto doctrine which a woman took, and hid in three measures of Scripture, till the whole Scripture was full of (good) doctrine." The next thing to realize is that since the leaven was hidden by her in the meal, then the doctrine of the kingdom is hidden in the Scriptures. Clearly there is a hidden doctrine, which will come in three dispensations, the element of time in this parable.

If the first dispensation of the Scriptures was what we now refer to as the Old Testament, and the second dispensation of the Scriptures was the New Testament, then what would the third dispensation be? It doesn't make sense for this third dispensation to be in the future, as if to say there will be fresh Scripture for a new era. The woman had to wait for the whole lump to leaven. In other words we in the future would receive a fresh dispensation of old Scripture. What makes the most sense in this context is the apocrypha, since it was written long ago, and all that would be really novel about it would be the change in status it would receive as a result of a shift in doctrine. What is needed is merely for the leaven to work its way through the whole lump.

The final question is: what does the woman represent. She was the one who put the leaven into the lump. So the real question is : who puts the inspiration into the Scriptures? The answer to this question is found in 2 Peter 1:21: "For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost." This makes sense when it is understood that Jesus was a Jew who spoke Aramaic. In Hebrew, the word 'spirit' is feminine.

All Creatures Of Our God And King: Norm Hastings, Piano

I was asked. How do we keep the Sabbath? I answered. We don't. God's true Sabbath is the "rest" that He will give to man after the 6,000 years are over with. If you read the Epistle of Barnabas Chapter 15 You may see it "As a Sabbath:" Barnabas 15:1 Moreover concerning the Sabbath likewise it is written in the Ten Words, in which He spake to Moses face to face on Mount Sinai; And ye? shall hallow the Sabbath of the Lord with pure hands and with a pure heart. Barnabas 15:2 And in another place He saith; If my sons observe? the Sabbath then I will bestow My mercy upon them. Barnabas 15:3 Of the Sabbath He speaketh in the beginning of the creation; And God made the works of His hands in six days, and He ended on the seventh day, and rested on it, and He hallowed it. Barnabas 15:4 Give heed, children, what this meaneth; He ended in six days. He meaneth this, that in six thousand years the Lord shall bring all things to an end; for the day with Him signifyeth a thousand years; and this He himself beareth me witness, saying; Behold, the day of the Lord shall be as a thousand years. Therefore, children, in six days, that is in six thousand years,? everything shall come to an end. Barnabas 15:5 And He rested on the seventh day. this He meaneth;? when His Son shall come, and shall abolish the time of the Lawless One, and shall judge the ungodly, and shall change the sun and the moon and the stars, then shall he truly rest on the seventh day. Barnabas 15:6 Yea and furthermore He saith; Thou shalt hallow it with pure hands and with a pure heart. If therefore a man is able now to hallow the day which? God hallowed, though he be pure in heart, we have gone utterly astray. Barnabas 15:7 But if after all then and not till then shall we truly rest and hallow it, when we shall ourselves be able to do so after being justified and receiving the promise, when iniquity is no more? and all things have been made new by the Lord, we shall be able to hallow it then, because we ourselves shall have been hallowed first. Remember how Stephen had the face of an angel? & could literally see Jesus seated on the Father's right hand? That's how we'll be on God's true Sabbath. And remember how Moses shone such that people could not even look upon him? That's how we'll be on God's true Sabbath. And remember how Jesus was so white that even his clothing was such that no fuller could whiten them? That's how we'll be when God transforms us. That's why we can only observe the Sabbath as men, but not yet as Sabbaths.
Odes of Solomon
Narrated By Robert Ferrell

From Wikipedia,
The Odes of Solomon is a collection of 42 odes attributed to Solomon. Various scholars have dated the composition of these religious poems to anywhere in the range of the first three centuries AD. The original language of the Odes is thought to have been either Greek or Syriac, and to be generally Christian in background.
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