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What if the Gospel had not be hijacked by religion? What if the Roman Catholic Church had never been created? What if Paul’s teachings had not been polluted and pseudo graphical writings added to his revelation of the Gospel of Peace and Grace?

Frankly, we cannot imagine what the world would look like today. However, not only can we imagine what Paul’s writings would have read like, WE MAY READ THEM, RIGHT NOW!

So, Ladies and Gentlemen, for the first time in the history of planet Earth, as promised, please enjoy the first chapter of the Book of I Corinthians with the pseudo graphics eliminated, word for word and thought for thought!

Over time, as we continue our work doing this for the entirety of the New Testament writings, some of the words may change as our understanding grows. However, THE TRUTH will never change. We shall KNOW THE TRUTH, and it will MAKE us (and the whole of humanity) FREE!!!

Chapter 1

Paul a called apostle of Jesus Christ through the will of God, and Sosthenes our brother. Unto the church of God which is at Corinth, sanctified in Christ Jesus, called saints, unified completely with all in every place, entitled thus by the name of Jesus Christ our Lord, both theirs and ours: Grace unto you, and peace, from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ.

I thank my God always on your behalf, for the grace of God which was given you by Jesus Christ; That in all (of this grace) you are enriched by him, in all utterance, and all knowledge. Even as the testimony of Christ was confirmed in you: therefore you never lack benefit in the gift of grace, while fully expecting the complete revelation of our Lord Jesus Christ. (Paul is emphasizing that even though your knowledge and understanding of Christ will increase, what you received as a result of the work of Christ does not and will not increase.) Who also confirmed you to the uttermost, blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ. (The Hebrew Scriptures always affirmed that the day of the Lord was the day of the cross) God, faithful, by whom ye were called unto the fellowship of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord.

Moreover, I desire you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you all speak the same, and that there be no divisions among you; but stand perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same purpose. For it has been made known to me concerning you, my brethren, by them which are of the house of Chloe, that there were contentions among you.

Now this I say, that every one of you saith, I indeed am of Paul; and I of Apollos; and I of Cephas; and I of Christ. Is Christ divided? Was Paul crucified for you? Or were you baptized in the name of Paul? I thank God that I baptized none of you, but Crispus and Gaius. Lest any should say that I had baptized in mine own name. And I baptized also the household of Stephanas: besides, I know not whether I baptized any other. Since Christ did not send me to baptize, but to declare the good news (of union between God and man): If wise words could bring this union, wise words would make the cross of no effect.

For the message of the cross is indeed destroying foolishness; but the power of God was saving everyone at the cross. For Isaiah said,  I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and will bring to nothing the understanding of the prudent. (Now that God has brought complete redemption and union of God and man through the work of the cross) where is the wise? Where is the scribe? Where is the disputer of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the cosmos? Therefore by the prophetic wisdom of God the cosmos by its own wisdom did not know God, rather it pleased God to persuade them through salvation by proclamation.

For the Jews require a sign (instead of a death, burial, and resurrection), and the Greeks seek after wisdom (to lead to union with God): But we have proclaimed (that union between God and man took place at) the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. That alone is a stumbling block to the Jews, and (union with God and man, simply, and totally through the cross) to the Greeks is absolute foolishness; But everyone who was appointed (to this redemption, which was the entire world), including both Jews and Greeks, Christ (death, burial, and resurrection) is the power of God, and (that act alone is) the wisdom of God. Because the foolish act of God (at the cross) is wiser than (all the words of) men; and the weakness of God (demonstrated on the cross) is stronger than all of mankind.

For you see your calling, brethren? God did not call the wise men after the flesh, and he did not call the mighty, and he did not call the noble: For God chose the absurdity of (the work of the cross out of) the cosmos to confound the wise; and God chose the weakness of the cosmos (death and burial) to put to shame the forcefulness (of his death and burial); the base things of the cosmos (death and burial), was despised, but this is how God chose to bring to nothing every self-righteous attempt (of union between God and man. By accomplishing this through resurrection, instead of through the wisdom of words, or through signs and wonders); so that no flesh should glory in his presence (of the work of the cross).

Therefore (because God did it this way) you are now in Christ Jesus! By whom God himself made us to be the complete manifestation of his wisdom, and his righteousness, and his sanctification, and his redemption: (this was never seen before but will never end from the cross forward!) As Jeremiah said, if any man is going to glory, let him glory in Christ Jesus.

Chapter 2

Even so, brethren, when I came to you, I came not with superior words, or wisdom (of the cosmos), teaching you the testimony of God (made clear in the Hebrew Scriptures). For I determined never to know anyone in you, only Jesus Christ, and him crucified. (2 Corinthians 5:16).

And I was with you in weakness, and in fear, and in much trembling. And my message, my (salvation by) proclamation, was not in (the use of) persuasive words of human wisdom, but rather with evidence of the Spirit and power (which is Christ in you). Because the existence of faith is not in human wisdom but rather in the power of God. 

Now we speak wisdom in perfection (Philippians 3:15), but not the wisdom of the (first) age, nor the highest ranked of the (first) age, whose rank and wisdom vanish away (in this new age). But we speak the wisdom of God hidden in a mystery, which God predestined (to be hidden) before the world began unto our glory. Which none of the highest ranked of the (first) age knew, for had they known they would not have crucified the Lord of glory. 

But as Isaiah said, “For since the beginning of the world men have not heard, nor perceived by the ear, neither hath the eye seen, O God, beside thee, what he has prepared for him that waits for him” (Isaiah 64:4).

But God has revealed (this mystery) unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searches all, yes, the depths of the mystery of God. Indeed who of people understands the person except the inner being of the person in him? Even so no one understands (this mystery of) God except the Spirit of God. Now we ourselves received not the mental disposition of the cosmos but the mental disposition which is out of God, (by understanding the mystery) we know how gratuitous the gift is to us of God. Which wisdom we therefore speak, not in words which human wisdom teaches but in words which the Holy Spirit teaches by way of contrasting spiritual to spiritual (the only two things taught by Paul so far that are spiritual are the Hebrew Scriptures and the work of the cross)

The Adamic man accepts not the mental disposition of God (nor the way the Holy Spirit teaches, comparing Hebrew Scriptures to the cross). For they (the Hebrew Scriptures and the cross) are both foolishness to him, because both are discerned by comparing one to the other. Moreover, the perfect man scrutinizes (the Hebrew Scriptures and the cross). Therefore a perfect man can not be judged (under the authority) of any man (Philippians 3:15). For who has known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But now we have the mind of Christ. 

(Chapter 2 is all about the mystery; when the mystery was started, how the mystery was hidden, how the mystery came to fruition at the cross and how we understand the mystery by comparing the cross to the Hebrew Scriptures)

Chapter 3

And I brethren, could not speak to you with the mental disposition of the Spirit but had to speak to you in carnal terms, as you are yet not able to speak the message of Christ (Paul considered all to have the full measure of Christ but some were still stuck thinking with a legalistic mind). I fed you milk and not with meat, you were unable to hear it, even now (Hebrews 5:13 For every one that uses milk is ignorant of the teaching of righteousness by faith, therefore he remains an infant in understanding). For you are still carnal: for when among you there is jealousy and contention and disunion, are you not proving you think like and walk as unregenerate men?

For having to play follow the leader saying, I indeed am of Paul and someone else, I am of Apollos. Is not that being carnal?Just who is Paul, and just who is Apollos but errand boys by whom you were persuaded, even as the Lord gave his righteousness to everyone. I planted Apollos watered but God gave the increase. So neither the planter or the waterer are any thing; but God who increases your understanding. Now he that plants and he that waters are one: and both are rewarded in some way for his own trouble. For we are co-workers together with God! You are God’s farm. You are God’s building. 

Before the grace of God was given to me, a wise master builder laid the foundation with purpose and another man built thereon but let everyone perceive how he builds thereon. (Paul is saying one needs to perceive the purpose for which the foundation was laid before building thereon) For a different foundation can no man purpose than the one laid which is Jesus Christ (One can only build on the foundation of Christ – no one can lay a different one). 

Now if anyone builds upon this foundation gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stable; Anyone’s effort (to teach the work of Christ) is made known, for the day of the Lord declares it. The Day of the Lord was revealed by fire and that same fire examines every man’s effort (to teach the work of Christ) of what purpose it is. If anyone’s effort to build upon (the foundation) remains, (it is the proof) he has grasped the reward (of righteousness). If anyone’s effort is consumed that indeed is a loss but the person is preserved whole even though his efforts are consumed by fire.

Do you understand that you are the temple of God? And the Spirit of God inhabits you? If anything defiles the temple of God, it will be destroyed. For you, the temple of God, is holy. 

Don’t deceive yourself. If anyone among you is reputed to be wise in this age, let him become a fool that he may be wise. For the wisdom of this cosmos is foolishness with God. For Job said “He taketh the wise in their own craftiness” (Job 5:13/1 Corinthians 1:20 & 2:6). And again David said “the Lord knows the thoughts of the wise, that they are vain” (Psalm 94:11).

So then do not glory in men, for all are yours. Whether Paul, Apollos, or Cephas, they are yours. The world, life, death, the present, the future, they also are all yours; and you are Christ’s and Christ is God’s.

Chapter 4

Brethren, I gave you this gospel to be understood. The good news about the cross that I declared to you which you embraced to the degree that Christ embraced you. Both (the cross and its good news) have established you and by both wholeness. Especially when you retain the good news I declared to you (the work of the cross is sealed). Rejecting its good news would indeed be a failure on your part. For I delivered to you first that which I received (taking that which had already taken me). I want you to know this same process happened in me. (Here is how it happened) First, Christ died for our sin according to the Hebrew Scriptures. The Hebrew Scriptures also states that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day. 

Also, he was seen by Cephas then by all twelve. After that, he was seen of more than five hundred of the brethren at one time. The greater part of which remain alive unto this present day. Again, he was seen by all twelve including James this time. And last of all, I saw him! The timing of it all seems like a miscarriage, in a sense. How could I see myself as even in the same season with the twelve? How could I be an apostle seeing I persecuted, the church? However, the same grace that was bestowed upon the twelve was given to me also. And that grace went to work in me, producing more effort in me than it did in all twelve. All of this effort didn’t actually come from me, but it came from the grace of God, which was in union with me. Wherefore, I, or they we both preach. And you received. 

Now, as Christ is preached that he rose from the dead, how do some of you say there is no resurrection from the dead? If there is no such thing as resurrection from the dead. Then Christ is not risen. Moreover, if Christ be not risen, then salvation by proclamation is just empty words. And you embracing that proclamation is vain also and the twelve and I together are pseudo witnesses of God. Because we went down on record that God raised up Christ: whom he did not raise up. Obviously, if what many of you say, is true, that there is no resurrection from the dead, then Christ himself is not raised. And if Christ is not raised from the dead, the faith that concerns you is vain; you are still in sin. And those that died before the cross have perished also. If the work of the cross gives us confidence in Christ in this life alone. Well, that’s just pitiful.

However, certainly, Christ is risen from the dead! And he is became the first harvest from the dead for all that were dead. For it was by Adam, a man, that death came. Also by man, Christ, came the resurrection from the dead. Exactly like in Adam, all died. Even so in Christ all, yes everyone, was made alive! But of these two in perfect secession. Christ the first harvest, afterward all were in Christ’s body at the resurrection. That was the end! He delivered up the kingdom to God, even the father; and destroyed all rank and jurisdiction and force (that was exercised over mankind). (This happened because David said in the Hebrew Scriptures (Psalm 110:1)) “The Lord said, unto my Lord, sit at my right hand, until I make your enemy (death) a footstool”. The last enemy to be destroyed? Death! (Christ reigned at the right hand of God one thousand years starting with David. The resurrection was the prophesied end of the thousand year reign)

(Again, the Hebrew Scriptures foretold, (Psalm 8:6) you made him to have dominion over the works of your hands. You have put all under his feet.) Focus on this; when David said all under him. It was fully expected by David that all indeed would be under Christ at his resurrection! (Christ now reigns forever (Revelation 11:15 & Hebrews 1:8). Also (as fully expected) all was subdued under Christ (including death) with everyone in Christ at his death, burial and resurrection. The same Christ, putting all things under God, the Father, so now there is nothing but God.

It is strange that those of you who do not believe in the resurrection of the dead go around being baptized for the dead? So, why? It would be ridiculous for us to jeopardize our lives for something that never happened. It is a stark contrast, your rejoicing and mine in Christ Jesus, our Lord. At the same time, facing death, and opposition every day. In Ephesus, I felt like a gladiator fighting with men acting like beasts. To what advantage? If the dead do not rise? Let us eat drink and be merry because death is the end.

Do not be misled by such communications (the dead rise not) for it will influence the way you see life itself. Wake yourselves up to righteous (equality with God in Christ). Sin is no longer the issue.  I have to say this, because some of you are ignorant of God. And because of your confusion (it is about righteousness not about sin). 

But even with this, some will still ask the question; How does resurrection from the dead take place and what kind of body will it be once it is raised from the dead? What a mindless question! Stop and think about it! A seed cannot come to life with a new body until it dies with the body it has! Now just keep thinking about it. When you put a seed in the ground, it does not have the body that it will have, but even though it is just a seed, it now has the chance to become wheat or some other grain. However, God made every seed to have a certain body as it pleased him. So, because God made it that way every seed has a certain body. 

Likewise, all living things do not have the same body. A human being has the body of a human. Different animals have the body of a different kind. One is a fish. Another is a bird. Don’t forget about heavenly bodies (such as the moon and sun) or earthly bodies. But, having their own glory makes them totally separate. The sun of course has its own glory, and another glory of the moon. And another of the stars but each star’s glory is different from another star. 

Now, think about the resurrection of mankind from the dead. Sown to perish, raised to immortality. If mankind is buried in earth, he is buried to decay. If raised from the dead? How glorious! Sown in devastating weakness and raised in miraculous power! In death, sown no different than an animal. But raised from the dead? It is a gloriously spiritual body. As stated in the Hebrew Scriptures (Genesis 2:7), the first man Adam was made a living soul. However, the last Adam, Christ, entered time itself as a life giving Spirit. Adam, the first one, was not spirit nor was he spiritual. In order, the last one was supernatural spirit! The first man came out of the earth (Genesis 2:7). The second man was God out of heaven (Genesis 1:26). As Adam was a dirt man so was everyone born after him. Christ was the God man so was everyone born after him.  Even as humanity was the body of Adam. We now are the body of Christ. 

Now take in this thought brethren. Think about this; Flesh and blood can not inherit the kingdom of God. Also think about this; What is temporal can not inherit what belongs to the eternal. 

Now, here is the mystery revealed about these thoughts; not all died, but dead or alive all were changed. In an immeasurably small amount of time and the blink of a jealous eye, at the sound of a trump, for gathering everyone to final judgment, those who were already dead before the cross, were raised to immortality. And those of us alive? Changed! (The verdict of his judgment was conclusive. All were made righteous!)

For thus it behoved decay, to be clothed in unending existence and thus dying humanity, clothed in deathlessness. For when decay has been clothed in unending existence and dying humanity has been clothed in deathlessness. In that immeasurably small amount of time, time begins and has no end, according to the Hebrew Scriptures, in one great gulp death was swallowed up in victory! (“He will swallow up death in victory, and the Lord GOD will wipe tears from off all faces; and the rebuke of his people shall he take away from off all the earth; for the LORD hath spoken it!” Isaiah 25:8 – This was the end of the one thousand year reign and the beginning of the endless reign.) 

Death where is your poisonous sting? Grave where is your triumphant conquest? The precise focal point of the poison of sin? Death! And the miraculous thing about sin? God’s law (for God’s law led us to the faith of Christ). Thank God! He gave us victory over sin and death through our Lord Jesus Christ!

Therefore my own beloved brethren, assembled together steadfast, immovable, at all times. Abounding in the work the Lord has done. Considering your efforts together are never in vain in the Lord.