Thursday, 1 January 2009

comparing the gospels

Comparing the gospels we can look at some of the differences, like Mark with the Angel who was already at the tomb of Jesus when the two Mary’s arrived also Mark’s version of events is covered by sixteen chapters, while it takes Matthew twenty eight chapters. Mark also ends with a different slant where Jesus is received up into Heaven to sit at the right hand of God. In other words Mark saw Jesus going up into his father’s spacecraft to be his right hand man where they would control our destiny. The new version of the Bible gives us a better insight into why there are various accounts of these events when it states at the beginning of Luke with the words. “Many people have written accounts about the events that took place among us. They used as their source material the reports circulating among us from the early disciples and other eyewitnesses of what God has done in fulfillment of his promises. Having carefully investigated all of these accounts from the beginning, I have decided to write a careful summary for you, to reassure you of the truth you were taught.” Compare that with the first four verses of the older version of the Bible and note how much clearer the new version puts the message across then, compare my account of what I think they are trying to tell us. As I have already stated the four gospels is the same story only, told by four different men as you would expect if such a story was to break today. The countless newspapers would all tell it in their own fashion, trying to grasp the attention of the public in their own unique way. I, on the other hand am trying to draw the public's attention to the ultimate story of space, the scoop mankind has been waiting for but could not or did not want to admit, that it had already been written in THE BIBLE. Luke’s story ends with the ascension being described as such, “and it came to pass, while he blessed them, he was parted from them, and carried up into Heaven.” How would the newsmen of today describe an event like this? We can now ascend from this planet, to a certain extent, so the only excitement this would cause would be if it was an alien, they were writing about. Therefore, two thousand years ago when mankind could not fly, but angels were coming and going from the clouds above, you have to begin to believe my version. In St. John Chapter One, Verse Fifteen ends with these words, (old version) “He that cometh after me, is preferred before me, for he was before me.” (New version) “Someone is coming who is far greater than I am for he existed long before I did.” (My version) He, being God will return to earth and is greater than anyone because he has existed longer. The Gospel of St. John gives a slightly different account of the resurrection when he says “Mary was standing outside the tomb crying.” When she looked in the tomb two, white robed angels sat one at the foot and one at the head where the body of Jesus had lain. She turned round and saw Jesus standing behind her whereas in the other gospels only one angel appeared to her and she had to go and find Jesus elsewhere. The same story with varying accounts depending on the source just like newspapers of today. The gospels end with this conclusion “This is the disciple which, testifieth of these things and we know that his testimony is true.” “And there are also many other things that Jesus did the which if they should he written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written.” Amen! That in simple terms is saying the stories in the Bible are true, but with all the things on earth that God and his crews were involved in, was just too much to record to the full.

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