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A world deceived

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012 3:54 p.m. CST • Updated: Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012 3:57 p.m. CST

Most of us have probably been watching the debates between the two who want to be the next president, as I have. Some of you, like myself, think we are being lied to or deceived. We could call this Texas Longhorn politics, one is sitting way out at the tip of one horn and the other out on the other horn, and there is a lot of bull in between.

I know what it is like to be deceived, I have had that experience most of my life. It started when I was very young attending Sunday school; you may have had the same experience. We were taught that Eve ate the forbidden apple that started all the trouble, when actually it was that old serpent the devil. So now, we the people, known as the Kenites, the children of Satan.

The false teaching didn’t stop there. Then came the false teaching about Good Friday and Easter and other things. I was told that Christ was crucified on Good Friday; that is not true. The problem is that the pastors will not teach us the truth or else they don’t know the truth. They do not believe what Jesus said as to the length of time he said he would be in the tomb. The blind leading the blind. And about Easter, that is false teaching also; if you use any of the popular translations it will tell you the correct word is Passover, not Easter. I’m sure any good Bible dictionary or encyclopedia will let you know where Easter came from.

We are never too old to learn. If you ever get the opportunity to study with a good Bible teacher, you will realize how much you have been deceived. It took me 80-plus years to learn the truth, and I wouldn’t go back to these traditions of men for anything. Once you learn the truth, why would anyone want to turn back to deception?

Bob Emmett

Kasbeer

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