I said: Forgive me O’ King, but I believe your translation has grossly misrepresented the new covenant, your translation says in Hebrews 8:6 “he is the mediator of a better covenant,” but in reality, Christ is the New and better Mediator of the covenants.
The King said: Come now my son, I still think the biggest obstacle that your generation has, is it does not understand the Old English Language. The remedy for that is a Strong’s Concordance, an 1828 Webster’s Dictionary, and a Greek and English interlinear bible.
Even though my translators and I did slant the Scriptures somewhat, we certainly left enough scriptures intact that people may find the truth, even without the above-mentioned books if they wanted.
Just look at all the one hundred plus scriptures in the New Testament that deal with “keeping the commandments of God. The last book of the Bible, the last chapter says, “Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have the right to the tree of life…”
The Sabbath is mentioned one hundred and seventy two times in the Bible and Sunday is mentioned zero. Isaiah talks about when God creates all things (men) new, when people will sin no more. Isaiah says, “And it shall come to past, that on each new moon, and each Sabbath, all flesh will come and worship in my presence, declares the LORD” (Isaiah 66:23). It challenges the imagination that any man would think that God changed His Sabbath for the Gentle church and then reinstates it after he creates them anew.
Again, as plainly as we could print it, we wrote, “Touch not the “unclean thing” and I will receive you” (II Cor. 6:17). The other side of that is if you eat the unclean things (animals), he will not receive you into Heaven. Again, it challenges the imagination, to think that God has given his Church permission to eat all the things that he says are an abomination to him.
Concerning the unclean animals that God forbids his children to eat, I will only repeat what Isaiah said in Isaiah 66:15-17. I will paraphrase it so that there will be no question to what he means. Isaiah says, “For, you see, the LORD will come with fire, and with sword, His chariots will be like a whirlwind, to render His anger with fury, His rebuke with flames of fire. For the Lord will plead with all flesh with fire and the sword, but there will be many slain by the LORD.” Then Isaiah explains to all to see whom the LORD will kill! “Those that eat the swine’s flesh, the mouse, and the other abominations, these have set themselves apart, and are pronounced clean one generation after another by the one that was in the midst of my garden (Satan), they shall all be consumed together, for I know their works and their thoughts, declares the LORD.”
My son, The Prophet Isaiah is warning us about what will happen when our Lord Comes back with His Saints (Jude 14), notice I said “with,” not “after.”