Jesus said to him, I am the true and living way: no one comes to the Father but by me. John 14:6.

No man has seen God at any time; the only Son, who is on the breast of the Father, he has made clear what God is. John 1:18

And nobody knows Jesus Christ without living his Gospel.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is his commandments lived and witnessed by John 14:21.

The commandments of Jesus Christ are based on the dogma of love for the enemy. Matthew 5:43-45; Luke 6: 25-35; Romans 13: 7-14

It turns out that loving the enemy is against the dogma of human nature, which is loving your neighbor and hating the enemy Matthew 5:43.

For Jesus Christ, any human being Luke 10: 25-37 who needs you, is your neighbor; including your worst enemy, whom you must love; bless when he curses you; do it well in the face of his hatred for you; pray for him, while he mistreats and persecutes you. Only then will you be living the gospel of Jesus Christ and be in accordance with the love of God the Father for us. Matthew 5:44; Luke 6: 25-35.

Because from God the Father, father of lights, we only receive good gifts and a perfect gift, and there is no change and no variation in James 1:17

Jesus Christ was the first to witness the dogma of his gospel. Faced with all the suffering that human beings imposed on him, he limited himself to asking God the Father to forgive us, as we did not know what Luke 23:34 was doing. 

The second fundamental example of the dogma of the testimony of Jesus Christ was the testimony of Stephen, the first martyr.

Estevão, after revealing truths to his countrymen, was misunderstood and stoned to death. "And they stoned Stephen, who in invocation said, Lord Jesus, receive my spirit. And falling on his knees, he cried out with a loud voice, Lord, do not impute this sin to them. And having said this, he fell asleep." Acts 7: 59-60.

This Stephen lived the testimony of Jesus Christ as the absolute truth of Father Matthew 5:44. He exemplified the Gospel of Jesus Christ exemplarily, repaying the enemy's hatred, with the love that Jesus Christ taught us; Blessing those who cursed him; Paying those who hated him with good; Praying for those who mistreated and killed him Acts 7: 59,60.

And therefore, this Stephen became one with God the Father, just as Jesus and the Father are a John 10:30; John 14: 9; John 14:21; John 14:15.

However, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, at certain times, was not lived by some of his apostles. And they went back to living Old Testament practices, where we naturally learned to love our friends and hate our enemies Matthew 5:43.

Who mischaracterized the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

The apostle Peter was the first to damage the gospel of Jesus Christ. And he did it, so damaging to the love of God the Father, that he received a warning from the apostle Paul in Galatians 2: 6-14.

In fact, the apostle Peter turned the testimony of Jesus Christ upside down, discrediting the person of Jesus Christ as the absolute truth of God the Father.

In Acts 5: 1-11, killing Ananias, a Christian who had recently been converted; for money; And Sapphira, who was not even converted; for revenge, since she was the wife of Ananias; using the sword of the word, in the name of the Holy Spirit of God; within the church; The apostle Peter disfigured the Gospel of Jesus Christ, completely contradicting the dogma of the love of God the Father, determined and witnessed by Jesus Christ in Matthew 5:44; Luke 23:34; and that Estevão, the first martyr lived, in Acts 7: 59,60.

The second that mischaracterized the Gospel of Jesus Christ was the apostle Paul, who should have been impeccable, since he was commanded by the Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ himself, to open the eyes of human beings, converting us from darkness to light, and from Satan's power to God the Father Acts 26:18.

The apostle Paul, before converting to Christianity, was impeccable with the Jewish religion Galatians 1:14; Galatians 1:13, as seen in Philippians 3: 1-11. However, he disregarded everything he believed in, in order to follow the Gospel of Jesus Christ Galatians 2:18. But regrettably, it also disfigured the Gospel of Jesus Christ from Matthew 5:44; when, contrary to the testimony of Jesus Christ, he gave the wicked people who persecuted him to Satan. 1 Corinthians 5: 4-13; 1 Timothy 1:20.

With this attitude, the apostle Paul, like the apostle Peter, contradicted the testimony of Jesus Christ. For Jesus Christ came to this world to live his Gospel, precisely to remove us from the power of Satan; like what happened to the apostle Paul himself in Acts 26:18.

The determination of Jesus Christ is that we must remove human beings from the power of Satan: healing the sick, cleaning the lepers, raising the dead, expelling the demons, offering, free of charge, what we received by grace. Matthew 10: 8. However, under no circumstances did Jesus command us to deliver human beings to Satan.

The apostle Paul, however, was consistent with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, when he disregarded his knowledge of the Old Testament in Philippians 3: 4-8; and completely in accordance with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, when he stated that the Old Testament was the ministry of condemnation and death, namely, the ministry of the devil; and, that this ministry had been abolished by Jesus Christ 2 Corinthians 3: 1-14. That by the works of the law, no human being would be justified; because if justice comes from the law, it follows that Christ died for nothing. Galatians 2: 16-21.

So, be it in Philippians 3: 4-8; as in 2 Corinthians 3: 1-14 and Galatians 2: 16-21; the apostle Paul was in tune with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

This harmony is undone when the apostle Paul teaches that: "All Scripture is divinely inspired, and profitable to teach, to redraw, to correct, to instruct in righteousness, so that the man of God may be perfect, and perfectly instructed for all. the good work 2 Timothy 3: 14-17.

The apostle with these words, rebuilt the Old Testament which he had destroyed in Philippians 3: 4-8 and 2 Corinthians 3: 1-14, becoming a transgressor, as he confessed in Galatians 2:18.

And like the apostle Peter, in Acts 5: 1-11, who killed, using the power of the word, the innocent, Ananias and Sapphira, involving the Holy Spirit; Paul, in Acts 28: 24-27, also blasphemed against the Holy Spirit. He did this when he said that the spirit which determined in Isaiah 6: 10-12 that the prophet deceive everyone; it was the Holy Spirit of God. A terrible blasphemy against the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which proves with his life, that from God the Father, we have only received good gifts. James 1:17.

And, for the avoidance of doubt, since the evil deity who gave such a cursed design to Isaiah 6: 10-12 is the same, which has confused mankind, through the apocalypse, see: Revelation 4: 1-11; Let us reflect on the principles of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: "Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or make the tree bad and its fruit bad; for the fruit is known for the tree". Matthew 12:33. Therefore, based on the testimony of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit could never have given the evil order in Isaiah 6: 10-12, as it was a fruit for evil. And "three are those who testify in heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit; and these three are one." 1 John 5: 7-8

Another fundamental principle of the Gospel of Jesus Christ is: "Yes, yes; No, no; because what is past is of evil origin. Matthew 5:37.

Well, yes, yes; No, no, the Holy Spirit is one with God the Father and Jesus Christ who is the Father's word 1 John 5: 7-8; Thus, from the Holy Spirit of God the Father and Jesus Christ, which is the Father's word, we receive only good gifts and perfect gift James 1:17.

Therefore, imputing the evil determination of Isaiah 6: 10-12 to the Holy Spirit is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit of God the Father and, consequently, a contradiction to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

The third person who mischaracterized the Gospel of Jesus Christ was the apostle John, who probably knew more about the testimony of the love of Jesus Christ. The apostle said: "If anyone comes to you, and does not bring this doctrine, do not receive him at home, nor do you greet him. 2 John 1: 6-11 ".

This practice of separating sinners was the conduct of the Old Testament scribes and Pharisees, which was opposed by Jesus Christ in Luke 5: 30-32.

However, the apostle John in 2 John 1: 6-11, forbidding Christians, even to greet those who were not Christians, also distorted the Gospel of Jesus Christ, contrary to the determination of the absolute love of God the Father, that we must love to our enemies, to do good to those who harm us, to pray for those who mistreat and persecute us Matthew 5:44.

In this way, the apostle John, in 2 John 1: 6-11, disfigured the testimony of Jesus Christ, who warns us: "healthy (healthy) do not need a doctor, but those who are sick; I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance ". Mark 2:17; Luke 5:31; Matthew 9:12.

Therefore, the apostles, in a significant part, did not observe the directions of Jesus Christ in Luke 9: 52-55, that we should evaluate the spirit that animates them.

And because they did not appreciate the spirit that animated them, the apostles placed old pieces of the Old Testament on the new fabric of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

In this way, the majority of the apostles began to drink the old wine, which means the Old Testament, because they saw that it was better than the new Luke 5:39. For loving enemies is something that no one, who is not completely committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, can fulfill. Therefore, the apostles mischaracterized the testimony of Jesus Christ and returned to the old wine of the Old Testament Luke 5: 36-39.

This return to the Old Testament was a fatal error by the apostles and as a consequence of the Christian Church, to this day; Because Jesus had said in John 8:44, frankly, to the Israelites, that the god they followed and, for the most part, still follows, was and is, the emperor of death Hebrews 2:14; For, the Israelite deity itself, in Deuteronomy 32:39, confesses to being a murderer and the cause of the existence of evil Isaiah 45: 7

With the revival of the Old Testament, the apostles resorted to the devil's murderous practices. Even though they knew how clear it is from reading Philippians 3: 1-8; 2 Corinthians 3: 1-14, that the Old Testament is in opposition to the love of God the Father, witnessed by Jesus Christ.

With the reconstruction of the Old Testament, the apostles and, therefore, the Christian Church, returned to the murderous practices of the devil in the Old Testament. Although the apostles knew it, as is clear from reading Philippians 3: 1-8; 2 Corinthians 3: 1-14, that the Old Testament is in opposition to the love of God the Father, witnessed by Jesus Christ.

This old testament intrinsically carries the order of the devil, determined in Isaiah 6: 10-12, to lead humanity to worldwide fratricide, in these terms: Thus says the Lord God of Israel: Each one put his sword on his thigh; and pass and return through the camp from door to door, and kill each one to his brother, and each to his friend, and each to his neighbor Exodus 32:27; Joel 2: 1-3; Clearly stated in Zephaniah 3: 8.

Therefore, if mankind falls into this operation of error, according to: 2 Tessalonicenses2:11; The Devil will reach his goal, sworn in Zephaniah 1: 2-3, where he declares: I will completely consume everything on earth, says the Lord (the devil). I will consume men and animals, I will consume the birds of the sky, and the fish of the sea, and the stumbling blocks together with the wicked; and I will cut off men from the earth, says the Lord (the devil) Zephaniah 1: 2,3.

Thus, no religion belongs to the devil and no human being belongs to the devil; However, in every religion, the being who practices evil is with the devil. But if this being repents, in terms of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and begins to practice kindness, God the Father is reconciled to Him. Because the Son of Man (Jesus Christ) came to save what was lost. Matthew 18:11; Luke 15: 11-32; Ezekiel 18: 1-32.

So too, a word from the Holy Scriptures, which aims at evil, belongs to the devil. And every word that seeks good and save human beings, is from God the Father.

Therefore, "woe to those who call evil good and good evil; who make darkness light, and light darkness; and make bitter sweet, and bitter sweet!" Isaiah 5:20.

"Because you say, We made a covenant with death, and with hell we made an agreement; when the flood of the whip passes, it will not come to us, because we have put the lie as our refuge, and under falsehood we hide." Isaiah28:15.

"And your covenant with death will be canceled; and your agreement with hell will not endure; and when the flood of the whip passes, then you will be trampled under it." Isaiah28:18.

So, woe to that religious who is silent, or collaborating, hoping that human beings destroy themselves, deceived by the devil: "Why do you want this day of the Lord (the devil's day)? It will be darkness and not light. It is like if a man ran away from the lion, and the bear met him, or as if entering a house, his hand touched the wall, and he was bitten by a snake. " Amos 5: 18,19.

Conclusion: If human beings do not accept to live the testimony of Jesus Christ, the absolute truth of the Father, all life on planet earth will be exterminated, according to Zephaniah 1: 2-3.

If we walk to Zephaniah 1: 2-3, our only salvation will be redemption with Jesus Christ, in these terms:

"Do not let your hearts be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father's house there are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I will prepare a place for you. And when I go, and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and I will take you to myself, so that where I am you may also be. " John 14: 1-3.

From the capital of faith, by the power of the Holy Spirit of Truth, João Joaquim Martins, a servant of the servants of Jesus Christ.