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Jesus warned the disciples of false prophets, especially those who would come in His Name, but He never warned them about the false spirit that would arise and use the title ‘the holy spirit.’  Perhaps, even Jesus did not foresee that the very apostles He would raised up would be the very persons who would be party to the creation of a counterfeit of the Spirit of truth who He would ask the Father to send in His Name.

Yes, there is a false holy spirit.  A spirit(s) that was introduced to the Gentile believers by the Jewish believers in Acts 15 through the letter issued by the council when those present adopted the four recommendations of James (not James son of Zebedee) for the Gentiles to observe, without reminding them of any of the commands of Jesus.

These are the words that allowed the false holy spirit to come into churches:  It seemed good to the Holy Spirit and to us not to burden you with anything beyond the following requirements:  You are to abstain from food sacrificed to idols, from blood, from the meat of strangled animals and from sexual immorality.  You will do well to avoid these things.  [Acts 15.28-29] 

The Spirit of truth who the Father has sent to us at the request of Jesus in His Name [John 14.16-17] was sent to:

  1. “…teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.”  [John 14.26]
  2. “…testify about Me.” [John 15.26]

Concerning foods, Jesus, according to the Spirit who inspired the words recorded in the Gospels, declared all foods to be clean, [Mark 7.19] and regarding blood and strangled meat, He insisted that we drink His blood and eat His flesh, otherwise we would have no life in us, that is, we might as well be dead already.  As such, it would never have seemed good to the real Spirit that we should consider some foods to be unclean and to abstain from blood or strangled meats.  For these recommendations go against that which Jesus taught in Mark 7.18-19 where He declared all foods to be clean, and in John 6.53-58 He taught about His blood and flesh being our drink and food.  As such, those four recommendations are in fact antichrist.

Yet no one is recorded as objecting to the recommendations of James, not even Peter, the one who was supposed to be the leader of the apostles.  And so from that point in time, teachings contrary to those of Jesus’ began to be introduced into the church, all under the supposed auspices of the ‘holy spirit’ of Acts 15.28.

The corruption of the teachings of Jesus goes all the way to the top because we have been taught to listen to a spirit to who it seems good that we practise the words of men that are contrary to the words of Jesus.

This single truth explains every single malpractice that has existed and exists among those who call themselves ‘Christians,’ and why despite the presence of the ‘holy sprit’ there is no power displayed to testify for Jesus.

And so the work of the Holy Spirit’s Workshop is finished.  That which has been suspected by a few has been proven true.

So from here on, be careful to consider carefully everything you hear and how you hear, so that you may discern between the voice of the Spirit of truth who will only remind you of the words of Jesus and glorify Him, and the voice of the pretender who approves of the words of men, even when they are obviously contrary to the words of Jesus.

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