How to Get Illuminated by God Regarding the Lord Jesus Christ


Answer: Faithfully, carefully respect God and faithfully seek to do what is right and be willing to entertain (“have”) and be willing to believe the following:

You will go to heaven because God has promised that you will. The reason for his promise is that you have been rescued from the punishment of your sins. The means of your rescue was the suffering of the punishment by the Lord Jesus Christ in your place.



Some people will experience life in heaven after death because God has promised that they will. The reason for his promise is that they have been rescued from the punishment of their sins. The means of their rescue was the suffering of the punishment by the Lord Jesus Christ in their place.

Faith and Works


On the subject of faith and works, we hold to Protestant doctrine, which Roman Catholics are ignorant of.  Note that Protestant doctrine existed before the Roman Catholic Church existed.  Note also that some Roman Catholics may be Christians because in the Bible, in the Book of Galatians, there were Christians who believed in Jesus but who also incorrectly believed that they needed to earn their way to heaven through good works.

Now, contrary to popular belief, both Protestants and Roman Catholics believe in works (good works). However, their beliefs are not exactly the same. Protestants believe that works (good works) influence God to provide a person the opportunity to go to heaven; for example, Cornelius in Acts 10 in the Bible. Roman Catholics, on the other hand, believe that works (good works) buy a person’s way to heaven. Protestants, an opportunity. Roman Catholics, a purchase. Protestants, approaching (movement toward without arriving at) free “transportation” (note quotes, which indicate a figure of speech) that will take you to heaven. Roman Catholics, arriving at purchased “transportation” (note quotes, which indicate a figure of speech) that will take you to heaven. Protestants, approaching and free. Roman Catholics, arriving and purchased.

One more point: Protestants believe that only God can follow up the approach so that a person actually arrives at the “transportation” (note quotes, which indicate a figure of speech) that will take them to heaven. This means that, in the end, the only difference is Protestants, free (unpurchased) heaven and Roman Catholics, purchased heaven.

Note that, while a person cannot make it to heaven on their own, they do need to lean toward (approach) the “transportation” (note quotes, which indicate a figure of speech) to heaven. This is what the Bible calls “repentance.” If you live a wicked life without ever having (never having) leaned toward the “transportation” (note quotes, which indicate a figure of speech) to heaven, you will not make it to heaven, no matter what you believe. This is what the Bible means when it says in James 2:26:

For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.

Final Clarification

You do not, through your good works, earn salvation (like you earn money from an employer). Rather, you, through your good works, withdraw salvation (like you withdraw money from a bank account into which God has deposited all of the money).


Does The Bible Talk About The Unconscious Mind?

Yes, the Bible talks about the unconscious mind.  For example, I John 3:19-21 says:

“(19)  And hereby we know that we are of the truth, and shall assure our hearts (unconscious minds) before him.  (20)  For if our heart (unconscious mind) condemn us, God is greater than our heart (unconscious mind), and knoweth all things.  (21)  Beloved, if our heart (unconscious mind) condemn us not, then have we confidence toward God.”

Note that the Bible talked about the unconscious mind way before Freud.

What Avenue Of Divine Instruction Has Priority Over All Others (What Is God’s Top Messenger)?

What avenue of divine instruction has priority over all others (what is God’s top messenger)?  The answer is the Bible.  More specifically, the answer is the King James Bible.  Now, we need to have the proper understanding of the King James Bible.  The proper understanding of the King James Bible will be obtained through CUBE (the Christian University King James Bible Manuscript and Interpretive Hermeneutics Encyclopedia), which provides the understanding of the Bible shared by all informed Christians throughout history and is the only other work of biblical scholarship that provides our complete text on Manuscript Hermeneutics.


Is It A Sin To Read Modern Bible Versions?

Is it a sin to read modern Bible versions?  First, you must know that modern Bibles versions are not really modern Bible versions.  Rather, so-called modern Bible versions are really Bible commentaries and Bible commentaries may contain falsehood.

Now, as long as you know that so-called modern Bible versions are really Bible commentaries and that Bible commentaries may contain falsehood, it is not a sin to read so-called modern Bible versions, that is, it is not a sin to read these Bible commentaries.

Remember, only the King James Bible is the Bible.  In addition, in the future, the spelling-updated King James Bible (the International Authorized Version, which contains spelling changes like those that were made in the King James Bible in the past) may replace the current King James Bible.

How God Guides Your Life

God guides your life in two general ways:

  1. God instructs you.  He does this in many ways.  For example, common sense (for example, if you stick your hand in a fire, you will get burned), education (for example, two plus two equals four), Bible reading (for example, thou shalt not kill), and other ways, more ways than you will ever know.
  2. God delays you.  He does this in many ways.  For example, you decide to take a trip but your family needs your help with some problem, so you cancel your trip.  Another example, you apply for a job then learn someone else has already been hired for the job, so you look for another job.  Another example, a stranger attacks your child, so you fear for your child’s life then shoot the stranger.  In general, God delays you from doing something or delays you from refraining from doing something.

Is God Made of Nothing?

Before we answer this question, we must broaden your knowledge of the universe. Everyone knows that matter exists but some do not know that super matter exists. What is super matter?

Super matter is, in effect, matter that is not made up of matter.

An example of super matter is what the Bible calls “spirit.” Some think that spirit is non-matter. That is incorrect. Spirit is super matter. Now, that does not mean that all super matter is spirit. One application of this knowledge is the restatement of the truth that God is spirit by saying that God is super matter.

In conclusion, here is a popular and pervasive fallacy:

Everything that exists can be classed as either a type of matter or a form of energy.

That is false. Here is the truth:

Everything that exists can be classed as either a type of matter or a form of energy or super matter or a type of super matter or some unknown class of entities.

How can you believe in a God who allows horrible things to happen?

Some people bring horrible things upon themselves.  Other people are given special grace (unusual ability to endure) during such experiences so that the net impact of these experiences is “inhorrible.”  However, this answer to your question is not a full and sufficient answer.  See our Encyclopedia of Suffering (link not activated yet) for a full and sufficient answer to your question.

Statement of Faith

  • The Old Testament and New Testament Scriptures were written by men divinely inspired and are the only sufficient and perfect rule of faith and practice.
  • There is one God and only one, who is self-existent, eternal, and infinite in every excellence. He revealed Himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, the same in essence, though distinct in personality.
  • Man was created innocent. By disobedience to the command of God, he fell, thereby losing his innocence, and becoming subject to death and to the eternal displeasure of God.
  • Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the Son of man, came into the world to save men from the guilt and condemnation of sin, offering His blood as an atonement which is available to all who exercise faith in Him.
  • The result of the heart acceptance of Jesus Christ is justification, whereby pardon is secured and one is brought into a state of peace and favor with God.
  • The human means by which this result is secured is repentance and faith whereby one turns unto God in sincere contrition and accepts Jesus Christ as an all-sufficient Saviour.
  • God has His purposes of grace in the salvation of man. These purposes are made effectual by the giving of His Son and in the constraining and regenerating influence of the Holy Spirit upon all who sincerely believe on Christ. But these purposes do not contravene the freedom of man’s will nor render inoperative the proclamation of the gospel to all.
  • Nothing can separate true believers from the love of God; but they are “kept by the power of God, through faith, unto salvation,” the sure proof of this being their patient continuance and progress in righteousness and in true holiness.
  • The ordinances of the gospel are Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Baptism is the immersion in water of a believer in Christ, “in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost.” Baptism symbolizes the fact of regeneration. The Lord’s Supper is a commemoration of His undying love. It symbolizes the fact that the believer is continuously fed and nourished by Christ. In its observance it is to be placed after Baptism, according to its symbolic and historic order, as required by the teaching of the New Testament.
  • The Church Spiritual includes the whole company of believers regardless of name, age, or country, and is known only to the eye of God. The Church Formal is a company of believers baptized in the name of the Triune God and observing the ordinances and principles laid down in the New Testament.
  • The first day of the week is observed as the Lord’s Day.
  • Civil government is of divine appointment for the interests and good order of human society, and magistrates are to be prayed for conscientiously, honored, and obeyed, except in things opposed to the will of our Lord Jesus Christ, who is the only Lord of the conscience and is the Prince of the kings of the earth.
  • We believe in the pre-millenial coming of Christ. Jesus Christ is to come again, judge the nations, and fill the earth with His glory and power.
  • There will be a resurrection of the just and the unjust; the just for blessedness and reward, the unjust for unblessedness and judgment.

King James Bible

We believe in the King James Bible.  Now, most Christians don’t know that the King James Bible has, in the past, had its spelling updated.  Updating the spelling of a word does not change the meaning of that word and does not change God’s message.

We believe that the spelling of the King James Bible needs to be updated again; therefore, we have produced the IAV, the International Authorized Version.