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hello im back
« on: August 13, 2017, 09:03:47 PM »
hello my name is billy, once known as strangers mind. I currently live in the usa America in wa for the summer and in texas in winter.  but am making a move to the Philippines to teach the churches the truth.  I been going to church most of my life and would call my self a Christion.  but I truly found Christ few years ago when he open my eyes to the truth.  now my life is dedicated to teach others the raw truth. I'm 33 years and lived hole life in America. I spend hours a day in research and bible study. you can say it is an obsession.  I currently do not go to a building that people call church. this is do to most have ask me to leave do to my tough questions that rain on there worldly party. I was starting to make videos for youtube to teach the truth intel I came across Christophers videos and was so happy because some one els is out there who eyes are open.  so god sent me to Philippines to spread the truth to the churches.   my move will happen at 31st of this month so coming on here will be a challenge in its self. do to internet is not so stable. please pray god will open the church eyes there thank you god bless
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Re: hello im back
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2017, 06:04:46 AM »

Are you going on your own to the philipines??? Why the philipines???
Could you elaborate a bit more about what you believe, is the truth??? So many out there claim to know the truth or understand truth yet many times are deceived.
Welcome to the forum, I pray the Lord will lead you in His truth.
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Re: hello im back
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2017, 03:01:48 PM »
i believe the same things as Christopher do.  i did my own research and came up with same conclusions as his videos.  this was before i even known of his videos. for the Philippines, i really did not pick it. it just seemed to happen. for many years people from there would find my facebook and just friend me.  it took many years for me to go there, but god is one who put every thing together at last moment. so i decided to go.  once i was there, i went to few churches. they look no different then all the ones here.  as i talk to the people they had no idea about things they did, like Christmas and so on.  i felt so strongly that i am needed there rather then America.  i will be going alone. my first trip was on Easter and i was horrified what i seen.  they march down streets wiping them self with there back cut by blades to bleed.  they beat each other in street to feel what Christ did. and at end they nail a man to cross and put him on some kind of alter. they teach by suffering like Christ did.  it was by chance i landed day before there so called good Friday. so all in all, some one need to tell them this is not in bible     

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Re: hello im back
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2017, 03:56:17 AM »
Hi Billy, I see. I have relatives in the PHILIpines, i didnt know they did all that. Know about their catholic tradition, very present there. I have never personnally visited the philipines.
Sounds great how God works in you life. And pray that He will lead you all the way.
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Re: hello im back
« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2017, 04:53:23 PM »
thanks for the pray for that for me. what part do they live in? I am in Bohol.  by seeing there tradition I did learn 1 thing.  I remember how many churches teach that when Christ was nailed to the cross, the nails were not put in the palm of the hand like the bible says, but just below the wrist. they teach this because they believe that nailing him to cross threw the palm could not hold his body weight and would just rip threw the hand.  seeing first hand people nail to a cross threw the palm of the hand can hold up the body with no problem.  but I never believed the teaching of he was nailed below the palm. because I believe if bible say it then it is true and they are wrong. but GOD confirmed his word is always true by letting me see such a thing.

80% of them are catholic in Philippines.  the churches I have started to work with are not catholic but protesant. I do not know exactly what denomination they are but I am going to teach all them who will Liston.  one of the churches pastor, a few months ago. his first new born son gave up the ghost to be with the LORD.  well they have a tradition where they would have the casket at church. kinda like how we have a viewing just before we bury them.  but there they sit there and watch the body for 24 hours non stop.  I ask them why do you stair at body for 24 hours?  they all had same answer, that is we do not know why they do.  so I came up with a idea why they do this.  my idea was like what we did way back when. how we tie string to body and have it come out of the ground to a bell right, as a way to warn the watcher that they were not dead.  so this is what I thought.  but when I look it up I was shock that I was so far off.  it started because it was catholic tradition way back then where they watch body to keep evil spirits from steeling the soul.  they had no idea it was started by catholic long ago.

so a lot of things people do are done in tradition, and have no knowledge of why.  this is one big reason why I need a good internet connection, so that I can bring them here (creationliberty.com) so that they can read up on articles and can look up for them self the answers they may need.  I been asking others who have well documented proofs of the truth like how Christopher has his, if they can save all the articles and videos to a flash drive so I can just play or show them from a computer. but they say no way. it is copy right or want me to buy all the material. even then I will need to bring a dvd player that will play America zone.   

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Re: hello im back
« Reply #5 on: August 15, 2017, 11:04:11 PM »
Whether Jesus was nailed through his palms or his wrist is no big deal and all the Bible has to say about the matter is that He was nailed by his hands and his feet. The only way to determine what the Romans actually did is to be able to examine the remains of a crucified person. Technically, the wrist is still part of the hand. Again, though, it really doesn't matter one way or the other.

As for Chris' teachings, all of the audio teachings, including the Bible studies, are available for download on the website. Chris also has thumb drives for each year of teaching available for sale. Last week, we just finished up Year 4. The articles also have PDF versions that can be downloaded.

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Re: hello im back
« Reply #6 on: August 16, 2017, 03:38:37 AM »
Hi Billy, my family lives in Bacolod.
You will be amazed how deep the catholics have rooted into societies like the philipino one. Ive seen a lot of it also in iTALY, Spain and France. I came originally from a catholic family background, so when God saved me, that was the first thing I investigated. I was utterly shocked about their evil, and also about the ignorance of all those catholics out there. In the beginning I went to a catholic church and couldnt find 1 person that had read the Bible!!!

We have a lot of stuff at home, as in teachings/videos, etc. So if you need anything I can Always check if we have anything on the subject.
Im sure Chris has covered a lot of topics, and he still produced more almost every week. Praise the Lord for his work and dedication.
This forum might be a help to you also. Some of the folks on here have knowledge they gladly share. It has helped on more than one occassion.
God bless
Masha