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“We have found this man to be a troublemaker, stirring up riots among the Jews all over the world. He is a ringleader of the Nazarene sect” (Acts 24:5).

Two thousand years ago, the religious leaders of Judaism sued Paul, known today as the apostle of apostles, for inciting people to believe “a man was God.” They persecuted Christianity, which testified Jesus to be the Savior, because they did not think God could come in human form. Between Apostle Paul (who followed the “teachings of heresy”) and the religious leaders of that time, who went to heaven?

Much time has passed since then. And God, who existed from the beginning as a Word (Jn 1:1), has again come to earth in the flesh, according to prophecy. God has now appeared as the Holy Spirit and the Bride, God the Father and the Mother God, to call mankind to come and receive the water of life.

Numerous Christian denominations still claim that God cannot come in human form and believe God is only our Father. Can this faith lead us to salvation? If not, what will happen in the end?

Salvation depends on God, not on man’s opinions or values. The saints of the Early Church, who were called heretics, received the crowns of life and entered the kingdom of heaven. Will you be influenced by people’s prejudices or listen to the Bible?