1 John 2:26    These things I have written to you concerning them that seduce you

1 John 2:27  ... you need not that any man teach you

Is it a man teaching people in the gospels accordings to Matthew and John, or is it the Son of God teaching people in said gospels?     Of course, it is the Son of God teaching.   And John instructs in his epistle that no one need any man to teach them, for the Lord teaches himself.  John is referring to the false apostles, including false apostle Paul, teaching their own doctrine, and not the doctrine of Christ, they are the seducers.

In the third epistle of John, his writing was altered to make it appear John was of churches.  Now being that John states that no one has need that any man teach you, but rather the teachings of Christ, the words of Christ himself are all that is needed, we see that in the words of Christ there is no establishment whatsoever of anything that is a Christian church.  No establishment of an altar (John 4:23).  No establishment of church rulers (Matthew 23:8-10).  No establishment of paying money to men who claim to be watchers over the souls of men (Matthew 10:8).   No establishment of men as shepards over the people of Christ (John 10:14).  Therefore, as with the Book of Revelation and Matthew's writing, and Pharisee forgeries 1 and 2 Peter, the 325 AD Council of Nicaea altered parts of John's epistles in order to deceive.   In addition to putting their own twenty-one lying writings in their bible, including Pharisee forgeries 1 and 2 Peter and James.  The first bible came about in 325 AD Council of Nicaea, a mere book cover under which were placed writings of God's prophets and apostles with writings of Pharisees.

It is Christ who spoke the words that give eternal life, and all who follow Christ teach those words, are witnesses to those words of Christ.   The teachers of Christ's doctrine are not laying down their own doctrine, but teaching the doctrine of Christ.    

The one John witnesses of  is  Christ in the flesh:

1 John 1:1-3  ... we have seen with our own eyes ... and our hands have handled the Word of life ... that which we have seen and heard, we declare to you

The apostles hugged Christ, they shook hands, they leaned on him.  Christ washed the feet of the apostles:

John 21:20  ... the apostle that Christ loved ... leaned on his chest at supper

The one who John preaches is the Christ who they saw, who they walked with, talked with.  Did Pharisee Paul ever see Christ, handle Christ as did the true apostles?:

Acts 9:4    and he fell to the earth and heard a voice

Allegedly only a voice did Pharisee Paul ever hear of Christ.  But then he is a liar and never did hear the voice of Christ.    

The true apostle John witnesses to the Son of God who walked the earth in the flesh, laid down his doctrine; to whom the apostles saw, talked with, touched, hugged, leaned on.

The false apostle Paul claims his only contact with Christ was a voice he heard from the sky.

John admonishes:

1 John 1:3   That which was from the beginning which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes ... that which we have seen and heard we declare unto you, that you may also have fellowship with us, and truly our fellowship is with the Father and with the Son, Christ

The true apostle John states that unless a person has the same fellowship that John and his fellow apostles were of, then they do not have the Father or the Son - and the fellowship of John is with the Son of God who they saw with their own eyes, heard with their own ears and handled with their own hands.   The fellowship of John is not with the alleged Christ who a man allegedly heard the voice of Christ speak from the sky.

And it is the one who claims not to have ever seen Christ, not to have ever handled Christ with his own hands that attempts to seduce people away from believe in, fellowship with the Christ who the true apostles did see, did hear and did handle with their own hands, and lean upon him and have their feet washed by him, and be given fish and bread by him to eat and who did eat with Christ.

The seducer says:

1 Timothy 2:7  I am ordained a preacher and an apostle, I speak the truth in Christ and lie not, a teacher of the Gentiles in faith and verity

The seducer claims to be a teacher of the Gentiles, the apostle to the Gentiles ... well then who are these people:

3 John 1:7  For his name's sake they went to the Gentiles taking nothing from them

The fact that nothing was taken from the Gentiles by those who presented the doctrine of Christ, we know that it could not possibly be Paul spoken of in 3 John 1:7  for every Gentile that Paul went to he was teaching them to turn over their money to Paul:

Romans 15:27  ... if the Gentiles have been made partakers in their spiritual things, their duty is to minister to them in carnal things

Or to put in plain English:  I taught the Gentiles it is their duty to give us money.  And in fact, it was money the false apostles got from the Gentiles:

Acts 4:34-35  The Gentiles sold their houses and lands and brought the sales proceeds thereof and laid the money at the feet of the [false] apostles

Clearly, there is the seducer Pharisee Paul going to the Gentiles to seduce them into following Paul's false christ and commanding the Gentiles to turn over their money and there are the true apostles and believers in Christ going to Gentiles with the true doctrine of Christ and taking nothing from the Gentiles, keeping with the teaching of Christ to freely give:

Matthew 10:8  ... freely received, freely give

The true apostle John admonishes to keep the commandments of God (1 John 2:4) and Christ also admonishes to keep the commandments of God, he so admonished when he was on the earth, in the flesh, and also from his position in heaven, after his resurrection and ascension into heaven (Rev. 22:14).

Pharisee Paul does not admonish to keep the commandments of God, except for one command:

1 Corinthians 9:9    For it is written in the law of Moses, you shall not muzzle the mouth of the ox ....

1 Corinthians 9:10  ... For our sakes, no doubt, this is written

Pharisee Paul does not admonish to keep the commandments of God, he has his own new command:

Romans 8:2   The law of the spirit of life in Jesus Christ freed me from the law of sin and death

Paul has another command he made up:

Romans 6:14  We are not under the law, we are under grace

To put it all together, Romans 6:14 should actually read as follows, for it is what Pharisee Paul teaches:

Romans 6:14  We are not under the law, we are under the law of the spirit of life in Jesus Christ, and we are under Moses' command not to muzzle and ox when it is threshing grain and we are under grace

Many prefer to follow the voice, and only a voice, that Pharisee Paul claims to have heard and calls that voice the Lord.

John admonishes to follow the doctrine of the one who they saw with their own eyes, who they touched, who they walked with, who they ate with, who washed their feet, the Lord Christ, the Son of God.

As to those who prefer to follow the voice christ, the one who seducer Pharisee Paul claims to have heard in voice only and in no other manner claims to have known of Christ:

Matthew 7:22-23  Many shall say to me in that day, but Lord Lord we did many wonderful works in your name ... And I shall tell them, I never knew you.  Depart from me, workers of lawlessness

As to those who prefer to follow the one who was seen of men's eyes, who was heard by men's ears, who was touched by the hands of men, who did wash the feet of men, who did feed men, who did eat with men, who did speak face to face with men:

Matthew 25:34   ... Come, blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world

The clown seducer anti-Christ Pharisee Paul, follow his doctrine and end up in Hell and then the everlasting lake of fire, for Paul's gospel is a lie:

Romans 3:7  If the truth of God is being spread by my lie ....

Revelation 22:15  For without are dogs ... lovers of lies and makers of lies

Here are the two completely different version of the seducer's alleged conversion:

Acts 9:1-20   ... and he fell to the earth and heard a voice saying, Saul, Saul why do you persecute me ... And Saul arose from the earth and when his eyes were opened, he saw no man, but they led him by the hand and brought him into Damascus ... And Ananias ... putting his hands on him ... receive your sight and be filled with the Holy Spirit ... Then Saul was certain days with the disciples in Damascus.  And straightway he preached Christ in the synagogues

Galatians 1:15-20   But when it pleased God who separated me from my mother's womb and called me by his grace to reveal his Son in me, that I might preach him among the heathen, immediately I did not confer with flesh and blood, neither did I go to Jerusalem to them which were apostles before me, but I went into Arabia, and returned again into Damascus.  Then after three years, I went up to Jerusalem to see Peter and stayed with him for fifteen days ... Now these things I write to you, behold, before God, I lie not

Even in the matter of how the law is fulfilled, the seducer anti-Christ Paul speaks a lie:

Galatians 5:14  For all the law is fulfilled in one word, you shall love your neighbor as yourself

Matthew 22:36-40    ... which is the greatest commandment in the law?   ... You shall love the Lord your God with all of your heart, with all of your soul, with all of your mind.  This is the first and greatest commandment.   And the second is like unto it, you shall love your neighbor as yourself.  On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets

It makes no sense that the seducer anti-Christ Paul even speaks of the law being fulfilled by any action, for he elsewhere declares no one who is of Paul's gospel is under the law.   He clearly declares the law has been done away with in its entirety in Colossians 2:14 and in Romans 6:14, yet elsewhere he resurrects one command under the law, which is Deuteronomy 25:4, do not muzzle and ox (see 1 Cor. 9:9-10).

Follow the true teacher, Christ, or follow the seducer, the anti-Christ Pharisee Paul who speaks against the doctrine of Christ.

The seducer anti-Christ Pharisee Paul teaches:

Galatians 5:18  If you are led by the Spirit, you are not under the law

Christ, the Son of God teaches:

John 14:26   ... the Holy Spirit ... shall bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you

And being that Christ said to teach and do God's commandments, then the Holy Spirit brings into remembrance of those who the Holy Spirit fills to follow what Christ said, and Christ said to follow the law of God and therefore the Holy Spirit instructs to follow the law of God:

Matthew 5:17-20   ... teach and do God's commandments

Christ says the same from Heven after his resurrection and ascension into Heaven:

Revelation 22:14  Blessed are those who do God's commandments ....

The seducer claims the Spirit tells his own that they are not under the law.     Christ says the Spirit tells his own that they are under the law, for the Spirit brings into remembrance all that Christ taught, and Christ taught to follow God's law.

The seducer is of a Spirit, the Spirit of anti-Christ and that Spirit does tell his own they are not under the law:

1 John 4:3  Every spirit that denies that Christ is come in the flesh is of that Spirit of Anti-Christ of which you heard shall come and even now is in the world

Romans 8:3  Christ came in the likeness of flesh

The seducer anti-Christ Paul came in the power of Satan and the Spirit he brought on his converts is real, an evil spirit termed the Spirit of Anti-Christ.   See link  for a video of people under the control of the Spirit of Anti-Christ:

1 John 2:18  You have heard that THE anti-Christ shall come and now there are many anti-Christs
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