Let’s read John 16:8-9
8 When He comes, he will prove the world to be in the wrong about sin, and righteousness, and judgment:
9 about sin, because people do not believe in me.
Let’s see this definition, ‘to prove’: to demonstrate the truth or existence of something by evidence or argument.
Let’s consider, for a moment what implies to present evidence and arguments. In order to carry out such actions, the person that exposes them must be present. This then leads us to elucidate that the coming of Christ as christianity expects it is not going to take place as they thought would be. They expect him to come flying in the clouds, accompanied by a court of thousands of angels and that all this incredible show would be to abduct his church. But let’s analyze:
If Christ has to prove the world to be in the wrong about sin, and ‘to sin’ is not believing in Christ, we then ask you this question: Could someone dare to doubt Christ if they saw him come in a fictitious way as religion expects it?
Christ has manifested among us today, She is a woman, her name is Lisbet, the wife of Melquisedec the Omniscient God. She is presenting her evidence and arguments of why She is the Christ of God.
We want to make an invitation to the reader to ponder, about them expecting a flying Christ, “doesn’t it sound more logical and coherent to think that God becomes human and tests man by presenting him with his plans, daring him to put God to the test, so he can confirm that His arguments are true, and that He is God? Well, that is exactly what Christ Lisbet is doing. Learn about the arguments, and evidence She presents by visiting: www.christisawoman.com