Matthew 5:38-48  You have heard it said, an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth .... but I say to you that you do not resist evil, but whosoever shall hit you on your right cheek, turn to him the other also ... I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you that you may be children of your Father which is in Heaven, for he makes the sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the just and the unjust ... Therefore, be perfect even as your Father in Heaven is perfect

The above is a lie of the Jew Pharisees (325 AD Council of Nicaea).

Matthew 10:23  When they persecute you in one city, flee to another city ....

Do not resist evil, as stated in Matthew 5:38-48.  And then the Lord says, resist evil by fleeing from evil.  Both cannot be true.   It is Matthew 5:38-48 that is a lie of the Jew Pharisees, who are men of Satan.  

Let someone slap you, and then invite them to slap you again, as stated in Matthew 5:38-48?  Again, a lie of the Jew Pharisees who altered parts of Matthew and John's writings.  The Son of God says to flee persecution and not invite same upon oneself!    To turn the other cheek and say, go ahead and slap my right cheek too, after they slapped the left cheek is inviting persecution, not resisting evil!

The Lord says do not exact penalty under God's law (Matthew 11:13.  He let the adulteress go free where the law said she must die (John 8:11).   The Lord Son of God says that with respect to the gospel of the kingdom be as harmless as doves (Matthew 10:16).   When people reject the testimony of  the Son, leave them be and do not seek to harm them because they rejected the gospel.    The time comes when the Lord removes from earth all who do not love him and he does same by sending his angels to remove all evil people (Matthew 13:41).

Pray for those who hate you and use you?  The Son of God commends his Jewish believers in Asia for hating evildoers, being unable to bear to be around them (Rev. 2:2)!   John says that if you see a brother commit a sin that leads to death, do not pray for him (1 John 5:16-18)!

The Son of God says of the evil Pharisees and their converts to leave them alone (Matthew 15:13-14).   Pray for them when the Lord says leave them alone?  He calls the Jew Pharisees the blind leaders and their followers blind people too.

Pray for blessings upon evildoers ("bless those who curse you")?  The  Lord commands his believers in Pergamos to send away from them evildoers and if they do not, the Lord says he will fight against those evildoers (Rev. 2:16).

Give to any man whatever he asks of you, allegedly said the by Son of God (Matthew 5:38-48)?   Men asked the Son of God for something, and he refused to give it to them:

Matthew 21:23  And when he came into the Temple, the chief priests and the elders of the people came to him as he was teaching and said, by what authority do you do these things and who gave you this authority?

Matthew 21:24  And Christ answered and said to them, I will ask you one thing, which if you tel me, I will likewise tell you by what authority I do these things

Matthew 21:25  The baptism of John, where did it come from?  Heaven or men?  And they reasoned with themselves saying, if we shall say from heaven, he will say to us why did you not believe him

Matthew 21:26  But if we say of men, we fear the people who hold John as a prophet

Matthew 21:27  And they answered Christ saying, we cannot tell.  And he said to them, neither will I tell you by what authority I do these things

Men sought something from Christ, he refused to give it to them.   He would have had they met his condition, but they did not met his condition for answering their question.  Therefore, it is a lie of the evil Jew Pharisees of Satan (325 AD Council of Nicaea) who wrote the lie in Matthew 5:38-48, for the Son of God did not:


But rather refused to give to those who asked him, when it was right to do so.

In Matthew 5:38-48 is the lie that God's people must love evildoers.  Revelation 2:2 is where the Son of God commends the believers in Ephesus for hating evildoers.    People who are shown the light and still refuse to give up doing evil go to Hell when they die (Matthew 11:23-24).  Is it love to tell such people they shall go to Hell when they die?  Of course not!  It is the Son of God hating evildoers, that is people who are shown the light and still refuse to give up evil deeds (John 3:19).

The Jew Pharisees also wrote other lies into Matthew and John's writings.  One of them being in Matthew 10:10 where the Son of God allegedly told his apostles to take no money, no food, no extra anything as they went about preaching, and ordered they are to receive their needs from those who they preach to.    That is a lie of the Jew Pharisees would desire that true believers in the Son would read same and think it wrong to carry extra provisions for their journeys.  Most assuredly, the Son of God is NOT a hypocrite and he had a money bag among the apostles and therefore he permits his apostles to also have all the extra provisions they deem prudent for their journeys.   And since the Son of God commands, freely received, freely give, he is not going to demand those who receive the Lord's testimony from his apostles are to pay back the apostles by providing them food, water and shelter as a demanded payment.   The Son of God never instructed his apostles that a "workman is worthy of his meat" meaning speaking the Lord's testimony means one is thereby worthy of receiving from others their "meat", whether that be clothing, food, shelter, etc.  

That is not to say that brethren, mothers and sisters in Christ do not help each other out.  It is saying the Son of God forbids payment in exchange for teaching others the testimony of the Son of God (Matthew 10:8).   

John 13:29  For some of them thought that because Judas had the money bag Christ had instructed him to buy those things that we have need of for the feast or that he should give something to the poor.

The Son of God with his apostles and they had a money bag among them.  But the Lord shall send out his apostles and command they are forbidden to do that which the Lord himself did,. carry money?  The Son of God is not a hypocrite, Matthew 10:10 is a damn lie of the Jew Pharisees (325 AD Council of Nicaea).    Those who believe in Matthew, the Pharisees have some damned lies to give them.

But flip over to Pharisees' lying gospel of Pharisee Luke and the Pharisees well-prepare their own converts for traveling to proselytize people to convert them to evil Jew Pharisee Paul's gospel:

Luke 22:35-37   ... But now he that has a purse let him take it and likewise his scrip, and he that has no sword let him sell his garment and buy one.   For I say to you that this that is written must yet be accomplished in me....

2 Corinthians 10:6   When your obedience is fulfilled, be ready to revenge all disobedience

No where in Matthew and John is there any statement similiar or exact as the one in Luke 22:35-37.  So the Jew Pharisees, in the lying Luke's gospel, prepare their own children of Hell converts for the mission of turning people into children of Hell converts to Paul's gospel and conquering the good but deceived.   Take money for your journey, extra food and a sword.    The sword for a future mission for Christ, and that is Christianity going forth to conquer and conquering (Rev. 6:1-8).   Rider on the white horse, white signifying truth, as Christianity claims to be truth of God.  But in reality, the white horse brings the sword, war and the other three riders with him bring Death and Hell.  But what else do children of Hell bring to the world, but death and Hell:

Revelation 6:8  ... and power was given to them over a fourth part of the earth  to kill with sword, and with hunger and with death, and with the beasts of the earth

Evil Pharisee Luke lies claiming the Lord said he wants his own to carry a sword for a future mission to be accomplished in Christ (Rev. 6:8).  Paul the evil Jew Pharisee commands revenge (2 Cor. 10:6).  The Son of God says with respect to his gospel:

Matthew 10:16   BE HARMLESS AS DOVES ....

Do the followers of Christ exact revenge on all who disobey Christ, reject his gospel?

Matthew 10:14  And whosoever shall not receive you nor hear your words, when you depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet

A shaking of dust off one's shoes is all that is to be done by believers on the Son of God towards those who reject the word of the Son of God, and same is testimony against them.
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