On the Apostle Paul
Revelation on the Apostle Paul. Many apostate Christian groups and the religion of Islam reject the writings of Paul as an aberration or heresy. This revelation refutes such a suggestion and confirms Paul as one of the greatest of all witnesses of Christ. Also see NC&C 176 [Hellerud, Olso, Norway].
1. It is said by some that the Gospel of Paul is not the Gospel of Christ but is some other gospel.
2. But I say unto you that there is no Gospel of Paul, neither a Baptism of Paul, neither a Church of Paul (1 Cor.1:12-15), but there is one Gospel, one Baptism, and one Church, even that which was established by the Son of Man. And these three are one.
3. The writings of Paul contain many degrees of Light, from that which is Zadokian to that which is Patriarchal, for My servant was endowed in many of the mysteries, but these were revealed only in part unto the Gentiles.
4. Behold, there was none more valiant in his testimony of Me than Mine apostle Paul, and thus I have preserved his words in the Writings of the Hebrews (Bible) as an eternal witness unto all men.
5. Many have not understood him because he administered Light on many levels1, and in some matters he gave only his opinion (2 Cor.8:10); and all these things I shall reveal unto you if ye have desires for them.
6. Therefore thou shalt not despise the writings of Paul for they are the testimony of salvation through Jesus Christ of one who counted himself the greatest sinner and became a servant to all men for My sake. Even so. Amen.
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