St Frederick Baptist Church
Marble Falls, Texas

Things You Should Know About Our Church

Our Church was founded in 1893
-Resided at the current location for 32 years
-The only African America led church in the city
-Have fed the hungry in the vicinity for 30 years through
Mission Outreach
-Feed 800-1,000 meals on Thanksgiving
-We believe in fellowshipping with churches of all
Denominations and races
-Despite the changes in many contemporary church’s
Programs, we feel evening worship services are important
-We believe in mission, domestic and foreign.
We encourage higher education both Spiritual and Secular.
We are very active in our community and are always willing
To support righteous causes.
Currently maintains two websites, Historic & Prophetic.

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051 – When We Go Astray:

What did the Bible say about faith, the choice is yours?:

Despite our best efforts of parents to raise children to love the Lord, follow his commandments, and live happy, productive, and healthy lives, our sons and daughters sometimes go astray.

That goes for adults too.

Straying can mean involvement in drug abuse, criminal activity, immorality, and even abuse of parents and others.

Other forms of drifting, perhaps less serious but nevertheless troubling, include underachieving, dropping out of school, and finding little purpose or happiness in life.

Typical and normal parental reactions include sorrow, despair, desperation, depression, feelings of guilt and unworthiness, and a sense of failure.

In such circumstances, parents may also experience anger and withdrawal and may feel like simply giving up.

These reactions usually make matters worse, deepening the problems they face.

I know of someone who, because of their son’s and/or daughter’s behavior, has suffered almost every problem identified above.

For some it is years they have been a hideous nightmare for them.

They have tried every possible approach, even placing their; them in expensive rehabilitation programs in which they typically lasts a week, despite the good intentions.

One parent shared their lament and their hope in these words: “There is no how-to book with young people like our son or daughter.

You pray to the Lord that He will guide your thoughts and your actions, and you hope you will make wise decisions.”

Because of a firm in their faith, declare, “We have the ultimate hope that because our children close to us, the bonds of eternal love will be stronger than the bonds of the adversary that now seem to grip their life.

We live with hope that the day will come when they will return to their eternal family and repent of their way of life.”

Our friends represent thousands of others in similar circumstances who are meeting challenges almost beyond their capacity to endure.

Trials are most often associated with children’s growing-up years, but these challenges can arise with children of any age.

As parents, we don’t cease our concerns when our children reach adulthood.

In an effort to extend understanding and help to parents who may be suffering any of these feelings about their children, it may be helpful to (1) look at two related problems some families face, (2) examine doctrines that play a fundamental role in helping parents deal with those problems and others of similar gravity, and (3) then discuss how parents can stay strong during the years of turmoil.

Alcohol and Drugs:


One set of parents grieved deeply and suffered throughout much of their lives because at the age of 13 their child began regularly consuming great quantities of alcoholic beverages and never recovered from the alcoholism that eventually caused his premature death.

Shortly before the child’s last illness that ended the child’s tortured life, someone asked the child, “When did you take your first drink?”

The answer was both startling and revealing.

He explained that one day when they was only five years old and playing at a friend’s home while the parents were away, he was offered a drink of beer.

Not knowing anything about alcoholic beverages, and thinking his friend meant root beer, he tasted his first alcoholic drink.

He liked the taste and effect of it.

By age 13 he was an alcoholic.

For the rest of his life, the parents spent a major part of their time praying, worrying, and struggling unsuccessfully to reclaim and assist their son.

They found him in pool halls and bars, with drinking buddies, and in prison.

Some years they did not know where he was, a sad state of affairs in which imagination can be even worse than reality.

During other years, with the influence of Alcoholics Anonymous and the loving attention of others who had also struggled with similar problems, he was sober and lived a productive existence.

Throughout all their years of heartache, these parents never gave up.

They spent countless hours on their knees praying for their son, often pleading to know where he was.

When his mother became seriously ill, no one knew where the son was, but the Spirit summoned the young man to the telephone and brought him home.

It was he who helped his father and sister care for his dying mother during her last days on earth.


In Los Angeles, a number of parents had children who were caught up in the drug culture so prevalent in the 1960s.

Parents want advice and comfort.

Two of their sons had become addicted to hard-core drugs, resulting in nightmarish consequences to them.

During this couple’s years of child rearing and in spite of whatever normal parental mistakes they may have made along the way, they had constantly provided their children a loving example and had done their best to teach righteous gospel principles in the home.

Yet two of their sons made tragic choices anyway.

As the severity of the problems became known, the parents castigated themselves harshly, and the father felt unworthy to continue in his churchly responsibility.

We need to be encouraged and to continue serving in the Church and we need to express confidence in the future for our children.

I shared with the parent then, and would now like to share with all parent’s, especially those suffering pain and a sense of frustration as they watch their dreams for their children turn to ashes, some thoughts about relevant doctrines that provide needed hope and balm.

Relevant Doctrines

Some parents suffer greatly because they blame themselves unduly for having been poor parents.

In this position they are likely to misapply the statement that “no other success can compensate for failure in the home”.

They seem to draw the unintended implication that since they have a child who is abusing drugs or alcohol, they must be failures as parents; hence, no matter how hard they have tried, no other good they have done or success they have achieved can compensate for their parental failure at home.

Because this statement was intended to inspire parents to become or stay involved with their children, it should not be taken to mean that parents who have indeed put great time, effort, and sacrifice into parenting, and yet who have still not reaped the desired rewards, have failed.

A closer look at additional counsel and doctrines may provide much needed perspective.

Trust our Father in Heaven.

Most of our lives are a complex mixture of joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain, good and bad.

Heavenly Father fully understands our conditions here in mortality, having allowed those conditions and provided agency as a kind of living laboratory for human growth.

Moreover, He himself must have experienced all of the conditions and feelings we do, for,

Not only did one of His choicest sons rebel during our premortal existence, but that son also persuaded a third part of the Father’s children to take a devilish path.

If you are experiencing extreme pain as a parent of a prodigal child, remember parents in scripture who similarly suffered.

Some of these are Adam and Eve, whose son Cain murdered his brother Abel.

Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, those towering figures who, with their wives, experienced much parental sorrow.

You parents of the willful and the wayward!

Don’t give them up.

Don’t cast them off.

They are not utterly lost.

The Shepherd will find his sheep.

They were His before they were ours—long before He entrusted them to our care; and you cannot begin to love them as He loves them.

They have but strayed in ignorance from the Path of Right, and God is merciful to ignorance.

Only the fulness of knowledge brings the fulness of accountability.

Our Heavenly Father is far more merciful, infinitely more charitable, than even the best of, of us, and the Everlasting Gospel is mightier in power to save than our narrow finite minds can comprehend”.

Indeed, throughout the ages, many parents have faced significant struggles with their children and have received support, help, and guidance from our Heavenly Father in Heaven as they’ve sought to find ways to reach their children.

Respect Agency:

A governing doctrine of the universe, applicable in all ages including the eternities before God formed this earth, is that God has granted to people their agency—the right to choose between good and evil.

Because we have agency, it is fair and just that we account to Him for our use of it, whether good or bad.

If we had no agency, God would be responsible for us and everything we did, which would result in our never really knowing the depth of our personal convictions regarding either good or evil.

This is not a neutral world.

Good and evil bombard us and our children.

Teaching our children correct principles allows them to make informed choices.

But when children make choices contrary to gospel teachings, they always suffer the consequences, some of which are serious.

We must be chastened until we learn obedience, if it must need’s be, by the things which we suffer.

While it’s the harder pathway, the Lord is aware of young people who have been caught in addictive behaviors and is watching patiently over them as they learn through their own experience about good and evil.

That the eternal love of faithful parents and the divine promises made to them for valiant service in the Cause of Truth, would save not only themselves, but likewise their posterity.

Though some of the sheep may wander, the eye of the Shepherd is upon them, and sooner or later they will feel the tentacles of Divine Providence reaching out after them and drawing them back to the fold.

Either in this life or the life to come, they will return.

They will suffer for their sins; and may tread a thorny path; but if it leads them at last, like the penitent Prodigal, to a loving and forgiving father’s heart and home, the painful experience will not have been in vain.

Pray for your careless and disobedient children; hold on to them with your faith.

Hope on, trust on, till you see the salvation of God.

We can and should expect much of our children, but we cannot force them into the Lord’s mold.

Our children will not stay with the Church and live the gospel unless they want to.

Once their wayward children grow up, the time may come when the parents will need to adjust their present expectations and approach, accepting things as they are rather than continuing in turmoil.

We should not expect perfection in our children but, rather, adopt in patience and love the Lord’s eternal view of things.

Refrain from Judging Others Unrighteously:

Because God and Jesus Christ alone can judge fully what is in people’s hearts, they alone can wisely and perfectly temper justice with mercy, conditioned on whether our hearts have been softened and whether we have repented of our individual sins.

It is for this reason we are admonished not to judge others unrighteously.

Harsh condemnation of others by us will bring to us similar condemnation from our Heavenly Father.

God, as well as His Son, is a totally righteous and completely trustworthy judge, perfected in light, knowledge, and understanding.

One particularly heartrending experience comes to parents whose children express a same-sex preference.

Parents may wonder how to be generally supportive of their young adult without condoning specific immoral behavior.

Harsh and judgmental reactions, threats to disown them, or other mistreatment of such a son or daughter do not help.

Parents need to continue to extend loving concern to the young man or woman while upholding God’s law of chastity and morality.

Because our children follow a different course than we have taught them, does not give us license to reject them.

We can rarely know in full what forces cause our children’s lives to careen out of control.

Only God has all of the tools and facts sufficient to identify the forces that bring about undesired effects.

He alone, through the Son (see John 5:22), can and “shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil” (Eccl. 12:14).

Thus our relationships with our children are valuable.

Our children are as old as we are in the eternal sense.

We must not reject them or judge so quickly or harshly that the damage becomes nearly irreversible.

Turn to the Savior:

Because God knows the inevitable consequences of agency—choosing right as well as wrong, and knowing that all will transgress to some degree—He has provided a Savior to snatch us from our precarious situation.

The Savior has taken upon himself the burden of our sins, pain, infirmities, and feelings of despair, and we are able to receive of the healing power of His Atonement if we soften our hearts and repent of our sins and become a different person.

He mourns with us in our extreme agitation, even when his long view of things requires that for our ultimate good He withhold His hand from lifting our burdens too quickly.

The spirit of the Savior’s teachings helps us understand how we should react when our children go astray.

We should prepare to leave the “ninety and nine” and to go seeking the one (see Luke 15:1–7); to search the house to reclaim the lost coin (see Luke 15:8–10); and to welcome home even one who has wasted our goods in riotous living (see Luke 15:11–32).

How do we begin?

Seek the Lord:

Problems with wayward children are usually complicated and vary from child to child.

There is no one right way to reach them.

Seeking help from the Lord in prayer may be the best or only way we can obtain needed direction specific for our situation.

In Romans 8:26 the Apostle Paul explains that we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groaning's which cannot be uttered.

Drawing very close to the Lord and seeking the Spirit’s guidance can help us know what steps to take.

Recognize the Spirit:

Having drawn close to the Lord in deep and sincere prayer, we must learn to recognize promptings of the Spirit.

In the scriptures the Lord promises that He will impart unto you of my Spirit, which shall enlighten your mind.

We can receive specific instructions through the Spirit about what our child needs at a given time.

Heed promptings:

Once we receive whisperings of the Spirit, we need to move forward steadfastly.

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, states the proverb, and lean not unto thine own understanding (Prov. 3:5).

Sometimes the things we feel impressed to do may require faith on our part.

Only the Lord knows the full picture.

If we are willing to turn our minds and hearts over to Him, we can obtain insight that allows us to take a wise course of action for our child at any given time.

Knowing we are directed by the Lord results in great personal inner strength during troubled times.

Remember that we are not abandoned.

The scriptures are full of hope and peace.

That Jesus Christ understood exactly what parents of wayward children may suffer is apparent from his magnificent parable of the prodigal son.

In that parable the Lord made it clear that we can eventually triumph over almost all obstacles by exercising patience and developing greater wisdom and understanding.

Never Give Up.

If you cannot seem to reach your daughter or son now, you can at least keep trying and keep loving them, for the very will to reach out, nurture, and extend help to another is an act of love that does not always go unnoticed.

Fathers, if you wish your children to be taught in the principles of the gospel, if you wish them to love the truth and understand it, if you wish them to be obedient to and united with you, love them!

However wayward they might be, when you speak or talk to them, do it not in anger, do it not harshly, in a condemning spirit.

Speak to them kindly.

You can’t drive them; they won’t be driven.

This counsel summarized above should give all parents hope that they can ultimately triumph if they remain prayerful, helpful, and maintain an open door for their children.

We must build our children and hold on to them.

If, during their younger years, we create family friendships that strengthen and support them, we have a better chance of helping them later through their trials and temptations.

Take Care of Yourselves First.

Your children may depend on you for advice, maturity, and assistance in handling difficult situations.

If you are not functioning well physically and emotionally during such critical moments, you are less likely to be of help to your children.

Don’t let the chaos of their lives consume yours.

Continue with your own appropriate activities as far as you reasonably can.

Children may challenge you and question your standards and judgment.

Be ready to share your convictions and wisdom.

Sometimes the moment to talk will be late at night when you are tired, but respond positively to those moments when the door swings open between you and your child.

Seek Help:

In recent years, medical science has learned much about alcoholism, drug abuse, and other serious vices and conditions.

I strongly urge parents of drug and alcohol abusers to investigate the latest techniques and services available to assist and rehabilitate troubled youth.

As appropriate, consult with your church leaders, and your grandparents and aunts and uncles.

Try Not to Live through the Achievements of Your Children.

Some parents unwisely place their own personal hopes and dreams on the achievements of their children.

While parents properly rejoice in the successes of their children, too much emphasis on parental expectations may place undue pressure and stress on their children.

Clashes between parents and children can be severe when parents fail to understand and respect their children’s desires and aspirations that differ from their own.

Support Your Prodigal Child in Wisdom.

Often there are others who have greater influence in your children’s lives than you do during troubled times.

Eventually one of them may ignite the spark that begins the process of turning around your son or daughter.

It may be a close friend, a sweetheart, a teacher, a wise Scoutmaster, a missionary, or a church leader, someone at their work, or hard trials.

Sometimes youth reconsider their choices or lives after experiencing the hard knocks administered by judicial or law enforcement systems.

Often, however, youth finally turn again to their families.

As in the parable of the prodigal son, a wayward son or daughter will sometimes come to himself or herself and return home for balm and support.

When this happens, we have an opportunity to help them make a new beginning after receiving them with open arms.

If the prodigal son or daughter comes home with their bad habits, still love them.

Avoid Denial and Undue Feelings of Self-Blame.

While all parents make mistakes, most have deep desires to honorably fulfill their parental responsibilities.

Some parents, however, deny the reality of the path their children are treading.

They make excuses hoping the evidence is not what it seems.

It is better for everyone involved to determine quickly whether or not problems are serious, for early intervention can be vital in curbing problem behavior.

Other parents become overwhelmed in self-pity and shame.

These emotions may crowd out their love for a daughter or son.

Think of the effect on a child of feeling that his parents are ashamed of him or her.

This can drive a wedge between parent and child that closes the door to the prodigal if and when he or she desires to return.

If we don’t step up to challenges that can serve to perfect and polish our own characters, we lose opportunities to grow and expand our capacity to understand, love, nurture, and serve others.

Thus, through our personal efforts to help our children secure their salvation, we may also be working out our own necessary contributions to our own salvation.

Remember the Last Human Freedom.

Every morning, parents whose children have gone astray face the stern test of whether they can continue to function, love, and serve as parents when faced with so much pain.

I suggest they remember Viktor E. Frankl’s survival as a Jew in a German concentration camp.

Though only one prisoner in 28 survived, Viktor Frankl lived to write that a “man can preserve a vestige of spiritual freedom, of independence of mind, even in such terrible conditions of psychic and physical stress.

“We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread.

They may have been few in number, but they offer sufficient proof that everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way”.

He added that prisoners facing the daily cruelty, savagery, and lack of respect for life and human dignity either perished or learned that “it did not really matter what we expected from life, but rather what life expected from us”.

As with parents of straying children, they were the ones being questioned by life, every day and every hour.

These tests were different for every woman and man and changed from moment to moment.

They learned that nothing can be so bad as to ruin their inner peace and dignity.

They discovered that proper attitudes gave them freedom from some of the ills they were, having to endure.

One family whose son has caused them so much pain, “We spend far more time in our scriptures and on our knees than we ever did before.”

Parents often learn to survive themselves and become much stronger as they struggle to help and reclaim their wayward children.

Although many parents will not experience bumps and turbulence as hard to navigate as some of those we have here discussed, have and will experience frightening challenges.

Do not give in to paralyzing feelings of guilt and hopelessness.

Seek spiritual help and peace.

Be strong and courageous.

You will see it through.

The Lord promises us that if their lives are such that they can look their sons and daughters in the face, and if any of them have gone astray, that the parents are able to say, ‘It is contrary to instructions and life’s examples; it is against every effort of love, long suffering, faith, prayer and devotion that that boy or girl has gone,’

The Lord promises you, fathers and mothers, that not one of them shall be lost unless they have sinned away the power to repent.

Balm and hope abound in that counsel.

We may not understand exactly how the Lord’s counsel will come to pass in this life, but we can understand that there is more to the relationship of righteous parents and their children than we fully understand in this life and more help available with the problems that arise in that relationship than we grasp with our worldly logic.

We are not alone in our struggle to save and preserve us and our children.

I hope that all parents of wayward children will do their best to help their children and yet retain a bright hope within themselves in the ultimate outcome of their divinely appointed parental mission.


How long is Eternity?

This life is very short compared to Eternity, this is a test for us here.

Whether we live a few moments in the mother’s womb or 150 years old, compared to the Eternities, this life is nothing, we are here to choose the right and marry and raise a family of children unto God.

Families are forever with God.

The Apostle Paul talks about the 3 Kingdoms or Glories.

1 Corinthians 15:40 There are also celestial bodies, and bodies terrestrial : but the glory of the celestial is one, and the glory of the terrestrial is another.

1 Corinthians 15:41 There is one glory of the sun , and another glory of the moon , and another glory of the stars : for one star differeth from another star in glory.

Three Kingdoms of Glory:

There are three kingdoms of glory: the celestial kingdom, the terrestrial kingdom, and the telestial kingdom. The glory we inherit will depend on the depth of our conversion, expressed by our obedience to the Lord's commandments. It will depend on the manner in which we have "received the testimony of Jesus".

Celestial Kingdom – Like the - Sun :

The celestial kingdom is the highest of the three kingdoms of glory.

Those in this kingdom will dwell forever in the presence of God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ.

This should be our goal: to inherit celestial glory and to help others receive that great blessing as well.

Such a goal is not achieved in one attempt; it is the result of a lifetime of righteousness and constancy of purpose.

The celestial kingdom is the place prepared for those who have "received the testimony of Jesus" and been "made perfect through Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, who wrought out this perfect atonement through the shedding of his own blood".

To inherit this gift, we must receive the ordinances of salvation, keep the commandments, and repent of our sins.

"All who have died without a knowledge of this gospel, who would have received it if they had been permitted to tarry, shall be heirs of the celestial kingdom of God; "Also all that shall die henceforth without a knowledge of it, who would have received it with all their hearts, shall be heirs of that kingdom;

"For I, the Lord, will judge all men according to their works, according to the desire of their hearts".

"I also beheld that all children who die before they arrive at the years of accountability are saved in the celestial kingdom of heaven".

There are three degrees within the celestial kingdom.

To be exalted in the highest degree and continue eternally in family relationships, we must enter into "the new and everlasting covenant of marriage" and be true to that covenant.

In other words, temple marriage is a requirement for obtaining the highest degree of celestial glory.

All who are worthy to enter into the new and everlasting covenant of marriage will have that opportunity, whether in this life or the next.

Love Heavenly Father, Love the Lord Jesus Christ, and Love the Holy Ghost, Be Beloved, Be Holy, Bowels of Mercies, Do All Your Duties, Forbearing One Another, Forgiving, Helping the Poor, Humbleness of Mind, Keep The Commandments, Kindness, Longsuffering, Meekness, Repent and Forsake

Terrestrial Kingdom – Like the - Moon :

Those who inherit terrestrial glory will "receive of the presence of the Son, but not of the fulness of the Father.

Wherefore, they are bodies terrestrial, and not bodies celestial, and differ in glory as the moon differs from the sun".

Generally speaking, individuals in the terrestrial kingdom will be honorable people "who were blinded by the craftiness of men".

This group will include members of the Church who were "not valiant in the testimony of Jesus".

It will also include those who rejected the opportunity to receive the gospel in mortality but who later received it in the postmortal spirit world.

Love Heavenly Father, Love the Lord Jesus Christ, and Love the Holy Ghost, Be Beloved, Be Holy, Bowels of Mercies, Do All Your Duties, Forbearing One Another, Forgiving, Helping the Poor, Humbleness of Mind, Keep The Commandments, Kindness, Longsuffering, Meekness, Repent and Forsake

Telestial Kingdom – Like the - Stars :

As one star differ from another star in glory.

Telestial glory will be reserved for individuals who "received not the gospel of Christ, neither the testimony of Jesus".

These individuals will receive their glory after being redeemed from spirit prison, which is sometimes called hell.

Anger, Blasphemy, Concupiscence, Covetousness, Discord, Disobedience, Doing Contrary to the Laws of God, Envy, Evil, False Witness, Filthy Communication, Fornication, Gluttony, Graven Image, Greed, Hath, Did Not Honour Thy Father and Mother, Idolatry, Inordinate Affection, Keep the Sabbath Day, Laziness, Lust, Lying, Malice, Mischief, Neglecting, No Other Gods, Piety, Pride, Shalt Not Bear False Witness Against Thy Neighbour, Shalt Not Commit Adultery, Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighour's Property, Shalt Not Kill, Shalt Not Steal, Sloth, Take Lords Name In Vain, Triumphing over Others, Uncleanness, Wicked Imaginations, Wrath, and Etc.

Perdition :

Some people will not be worthy to dwell in any kingdom of glory.

A place of outer darkness.

They will be called "the sons of perdition" and will have to "abide a kingdom which is not a kingdom of glory".

This will be the state of "those who know [God's] power, and have been made partakers thereof, and suffered themselves through the power of the devil to be overcome, and to deny the truth and defy [God's] power".

Hands that Shed Innocent Blood

Denied the Holy Ghost


Daniel 12:4 But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.
(Why would the Lord tells us about another book will come forth in the Latter Days?)
(What are the words and the book the Lord is telling Daniel about, which will come in the last days? The Holy Bible is already here? So what is the other book, Daniel is talking about in the last days. It cannot be the Holy Bible; it must be some other book?)
(We have had horse and buggy to thousands of year, and since early 1800’s, man has been inventing things and now we are into space, so where is that other book other than the bible?)

Daniel 12:9 And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end.
(Again, the Lord is telling us about a sealed book. Is there a book other than the Bible,.)
(God said it twice, another book to be reviled in last days. What is that other book? I am sure it would be like unto the Bible, having similar teaching, but a different book? Or did God forget about another book for us in the last days. And why until the last days, unless it has more meat to the text and the people were not ready for such meat then.)

Ezekiel 37:16 Moreover, thou son of man, take thee one stick, and write upon it, For Judah, and for the children of Israel his companions: then take another stick, and write upon it, For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim and for all the house of Israel his companions:
(Stick = Book or a Bible, Judah = Old and New Testament, David = Linage same as Jesus Christ)
(Joseph, the stick of Ephraim = Another Book or Bible, different from the Holy Bible.)
(Ephraim was the son of Joseph that was sold into Egypt, by his brothers. Another stick or Bible type Book will have to come forth like unto the Bible. It will be another witness of Jesus Christ. Which is, like onto the Holy Bible. Line up line, here a little, there a little, or give baby milk before meat. The Lord gave the Holy Bible like milk before another Book or another Bible type was like meat.)
(Where is it?)

Ezekiel 37:17 And join them one to another into one stick; and they shall become one in thine hand.
(The Holy Bible and the other Book or other Bible, tells about Jehovah and Jesus Christ and His teachings in both parts of the world.)
(When we join them together, which means for us to believe that they are both just as important as the other, and that they are both from Him.)
(The Bible and this other Book will tell about Jehovah or Jesus and His teachings in both parts of the world.)
(When we join them together, which means for us to believe that they are both just as important as the other, and that they are both from Jehovah or Jesus?)

Revelation 14:6 And I saw another angel fly in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel to preach unto them that dwell on the earth, and to every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and people,
(Revelations is for us in the Last Days...)
(A gospel for the Last Days called the Everlasting Gospel or another Book or another Bible that has to be brought to all nations, kindreds, tongues, and people.)
(The Holy Bible and the other Book or another Bible is His teachings for us in the Last Days.)
(The Holy Bible is already here for thousands of years, but in the Last Days, is another Book or another Bible, which has never been seen before by man, until the Last Days. Many will reject it, for they will say, a bible, a bible, who needs another bible, we have a bible, and that is all we need. Not what God’s wants them to have.)

The Lord Jesus Christ, wants the best for you in these Latter-days and it is this sealed book just for you which is not the Bible. The Bible and this other Book will be one in His hand in the Last Days before Armageddon and go to all nations round the world.

Matthew 5:19 Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.

In the Sacred and Holy Name of Jesus Christ, Amen

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