saving alien sinners -- in the “forgiveness of sins” through the teachings and fulfillment of all the prophecies and promises of the law of Moses (Isa. 49:6; Matt. 17:9-13). Note how Paul describes Jesus’ mission and work as the last Old Testament “prophet” sent to Israel . “Now I say that Jesus Christ was a minister of the circumcision for the truth of God, to confirm the promises made unto the Fathers” (Rom. 15:8).


At at the cross, in Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23 and John 20, 21, MMLJ/BC close the Old Testament Mosaical age with the crucifixion of Christ. Then,  his burial and resurrection and giving the “great commission” to the eleven disciples. These twelve disciples were to “wait in Jerusalem”  for the coming of the Holy Spirit to endue them with “power” and the revelation of “all truth” for the New Testament age. Christ declared that the New Testament “gospel” would be preached to all nations – “beginning in Jerusalem”  (Luke 24:47-49).


In truth, none of Jesus’ teaching in MMLJ/BC was or is New Testament  doctrine. It was rather a restatement of the true teachings of the Old Testament law of Moses which Jesus taught -- in contrast to -- the false “rabbinical traditions” about the law of Moses covenant with the Jews (Matt. 15:1-9).  Jesus was born, lived, preached and practiced the old covenant religion and faith of Israel (Matt. 1:21; Gal. 4:4), he did not live or teach in this New Testament age. In MMLJ/BC, Jesus was an Old Testament “Israelite;” he was not a New Testament “Christian.” He was an Old Testament “prophet,” he was not a New Testament “evangelist.” Jesus only preached the Old Testament “gospel” of the law of Moses -- he never preached the New Testament “gospel” of his death burial and resurrection in MMLJ/BC. He never produced  one New Testament “Christian” in the Old Testament age (MMLJ/BC) in which he lived. The Scriptures teach that all of Christ’s New  Testament “words”  -- “teaching” -- “doctrine”  is found only in Acts 2 through Revelation 22.


The 50 Day Period  Between The Old And New Testaments: The period described in Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24, John 20, 21 and Acts 1. A  time when  no covenant of salvation  -- Old or New -- was “in force” on earth. For 40 days after his resurrection, Christ taught his disciples doctrine pertaining only to the New Testament (Acts 1:2-3).


Again, let us remember, the Scriptures reveal that MMLJ/BC -- record the last thirty-three years and “end”  of the Old Testament age -- not the “beginning” of the New Testament age.

 

        A fact that many people do not know, in 1486 AD, Roman Catholic sectarian translators and publishers unscriptually – without heaven’s authority placed a New Testament “title page” between Malachi and Matthew rather than between Acts, chapters 1 and 2, when  and where the New Testament age actually began. In the heated war between the Roman Catholic church and the rising Protestant churches of the time, after the Roman Catholic church had hidden the Bible from the public for a1000 years – this Roman Catholic “heresy” successfully misled and confused the whole Protestant movement about Christ and the old and new covenants of the Bible.


         This unauthorized  New Testament “title page” - added by he Roman Catholic church - has become the most misunderstood, misleading and controversial “page” in the Bible.


       



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