The Jew Pharisees' 325 AD Council of Nicaea brought together the lie of Paul (Romans 3:7), with the truth of the Son of God, the Torah and the Tanakh under one book cover and claimed all the writings under their one book cover titled 'holy bible' are of God.   Paul's gospel is a self-admitted lie, and Pharisees Mark and Luke write lies in their lying accounts of the testimony of the Son of God.   Matthew and John's writings suffered deceptions by the said Council.

John's account was untouched as to the end of Christ's life on earth, it would seem.   There is no account of Gethsemane in John, nor any of the lies of the Pharisees as to what the Son of God said while dying:

John 19:30  When the Son of God had received the vinegar, he said it is finished and he bowed his head and gave up the ghost

The Son of God is the lamb of God slain from the foundation of the world (Rev. 13:8).   Before God created the world, it was known by God the Father and God the Son (Numbers 23:19) that the Son would die to redeem the good people, those who know and love God and those who love God when he is made known to them (Rev. 5:9).   Those who never would cease doing evil are of Satan and are never redeemed (John 3:19, Exodus 23:7).

The Son of God said that to see him is the same as seeing the Father, there is no conflict of will, they are ONE LORD (John 14:9, Deuteronomy 4:8).   Therefore, everywhere in Matthew, Mark and Luke (there is no such statement in John) where the Son of God allegedly said, not my will, but your will - that is a lie.   The will of the Father and the Son are one and the same, there is no conflict of will in the ONE LORD.

The Jew Pharisees' 325 AD Council of Nicaea mock the Son of God by adding their lies to Matthew's writing, and Mark and Luke are of the Pharisees writing their lies in the original text of Mark and Luke.   Allegedly the Son of God begged the Father not to be killed, that is a lie:



The Pharisees mocked the dying Son of God saying that God has forsaken him.  And the evil Pharisees of the 325 AD Council of Nicaea claim that the dying Son of God said to the Father - why have you forsaken me.   Luke and Mark write the lie that the Son of God allegedly said, forgive them Father because they do not know what they do and that the Son of God cried out why has the Father forsaken him.   The Son of God said that the Pharisees had him killed, and said that the Pharisees took counsel together to have him killed (Mathew 21:33-46, John 11:53).  The Son of God said the Pharisees are of Satan, and those who are of Satan hate the light and Christ said such people are condemned, not forgiven (John 3:20, 3:19), therefore the Son of God did not ask forgiveness for those who had him killed.  Pontius Pilate recognized that the Son of God was an innocent man and did seek to have him released to go his own way, but when the Pharisees said to Pilate that the Son of God claims to be a king, and that makes Pilate an enemy of Caesar if he would side with Christ, for there is no king but Caesar, Pilate handed the Son of God over to the Pharisees to be killed.   No one in government, (as of the time of John the Baptist, and until the kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of God, Rev. 11:15), is good, they are all evil.   When it comes to saving their own position of rule in the world, nothing stands in their way,  and if an innocent man must die so they retain their position, let the man die.  The Son of God came in the same flesh body as all of mankind, so he appeared to be a man, but he was the Son of God in the flesh, born of virgin Mary.

The Son of God is not a liar.  And it would be a lie for him to say, "why have you forsaken me, God", when he knew:

Psalm 16:10  You will not leave my soul in Hell or allow your Holy One to see corruption in the grave

But, of course, the Son of God never said such a thing (why have you forsaken me, God), but that is a lie of the Pharisees to mock the Son of God. a lie inserted into Matthew and in the original text of lying Pharisees Mark and Luke. 

Again, the Son of God is the lamb of God slain from the foundation of the world.  He is not a man that he needs to repent (Numbers 23:19), and he died to redeem all of the good Jews and all of the good Gentiles - which is everyone who loves the light, loves God - God is the light (John 8:12).   He and the Father are one, there is no conflict of will between them.   He knew the Father never forsook him, and he never begged to not die, as claimed by lying Pharisees Mark and Luke, and their lies inserted into Matthew's writing to mock the Son of God.

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