The Bible gives us every piece of knowledge we need in order to live a healthy abundant life. It’s all there. It’s my job to fully break it down, and in all my work is solid proof
Abilene, Texas (PRWEB) March 11, 2016
Yisrayl Hawkins, Pastor and Overseer at The House of Yahweh in Abilene, Texas, has published a new article expounding on what he says the Bible teaches about gay rights, and several other mainstream topics. The Texas Pastor said he has chosen these hot topics because there are a lot of false teachings being spread, and he wants to clear them up using Scripture.
“I’m not out to tickle anyone’s ears or try to satisfy one group or the next. I’m here to teach what the Bible really says,” Yisrayl commented.
In the article, Yisrayl covers topics such as adultery, murder, and abortion to name a few. He goes in-depth on each topic by using Scripture to point out misconceptions that come from other teachers and brings what he says is all-out Scriptural fact. He adds that you cannot guess at what is right or wrong; it is important to know the truth for health and salvation's sake.
“The Bible gives us every piece of knowledge we need in order to live a healthy abundant life. It’s all there. It’s my job to fully break it down, and in all my work is solid proof,” Yisrayl adds.
The publication targets several controversial subjects that are sure to leave the reader wide-eyed. Some other topics covered are the reason for mankind’s creation, Prophecies for this time period, and the importance of teaching children how to live according to the Bible.
The post is 18 pages long and can be found on his blog.
To read about this, go to http://yahwehsbranch.com.
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