CASHLESS SOCIETY SYSTEM

CASHLESS SOCIETY SYSTEM

<meta name=”twitter:card” content=”summary” /> CASHLESS SOCIETY SYSTEM https://azekarealblog.org/wp.cashless+society-system/php What is Cashless Society System? It is a system of buying and selling with cards only. This means there will be no currency or liquid cash in operation in the world, only cards whether credit, visa or master cards etc. This word (Cashless Society System) (CSS) needs no introduction again because everyone is acquainted with its knowledge. This system is already in place and it is gradually taking over the world with thousand and one people not being informed of its danger. What we see people talk more about is its goodness Read more »

HERESY ON THE TOPIC OF RAPTURE

HERESY ON THE TOPIC OF RAPTURE

https://azekarealblog.org/2017/06/02/heresy-on-the-topic-of-rapture/ HERESY ON THE TOPIC OF RAPTURE As another view was used to replace the scriptural belief Home jazubuike904@gmailcom; josevangelseven@hotmail.com Definition: First of all I will define heresy as closely related with the interpretation of the Bible. We can also say it is an “erroneous interpretation of the word of God” or a wrong view of a belief whether from the Bible or not. Then the teachers are scattered all over the place and could be found everywhere the word of God is preached, by certain people who are not inspired by the Spirit of God. Heresy is a wrong Read more »

SABBATH DID NOT START WITH ISRAEL

SABBATH DID NOT START WITH ISRAEL

SABBATH DID NOT START WITH ISRAEL Search: http:azekarealblog.org Where did Sabbath start? With whom did it start or originate? When was it first mentioned in the Bible? It is true that immediately you mention the word Sabbath, every mind runs to Israel. But you will be surprised after reading this blog post. My argument comes only from the Bible with one reference outside of the Bible, just to support my claims. Here is one citation from Smith’s Bible dictionary that supports my claims. According to Smith’s Bible dictionary, ‘Sabath’ (Shabbath) ‘a day or rest’ from ‘Sabbath’ ‘to cease to’ ‘to Read more »