Know what you worship: ‘JESUS CHRIST= YeZeus Khristos’ … ‘Church= Kyriakós oíkos (House of the Lord (Khristos))’

Wake Up PEOPLE!

Wake Up BIAFRANS!

Wake Up HEBREWS/Igbos

Wake Up the people of the Most-High: 400years of slavery in Egypt… 400years of DARK AGES… and 400 years of Colonization/Slave Trade?

WISE UP… WISE UP PEOPLE…STUDY TO SHOW YOURSELF APPROVED… DON’T JUST MOVE BY WHAT YOU HEARD- VERIFY IT!

The period of time the bible was seized which was about 400 years was enough to wipe out the generation that knew the truth, enough to have gotten acquainted with the fake/New Religion…it was enough to have made all required changes they did in the Bible…it was enough for one to have accepted/converted from his pretentious/forced religion into normalcy.

Do you know that the English name ‘JESUS CHRIST is the translation of the Greek name ‘Ye-ZEUS Khristos’? Do you also know that the name ‘CHURCH’ was derived from same name/sound “Kyriakós oíkos” i.e ‘house of the Lord’?

Now you ask, which ‘LORD’? of course The ‘KHRISTOS’ just as the name implies…In order words, ‘HOUSE OF KHRISTOS’. The first word in that Greek name for Church is ‘Kyriakós’ while the old English pronounced it as “cirice” (Ki-ri-keh). The name ‘Kyriakós’, which is ‘belonging to ‘Kýrios’ (Lord) i.e from the origin of the name- ‘KHRISTOS’… from here, we can understand that the name- ‘Church’ is derived from the name of the Greek Sun-god- Khristos (Ye-Zeus Khristos= JESUS CHRIST), which is why “Kyriakē” means “[the day] of the Lord”, i.e. SUNday- (The Day for the SUN)

This is as well same source of the Name – ‘CHRIST-IANS’ i.e ‘FOLLOWERS OF KHRISTOS’ i.e ‘Ye-Zeus- Khristos’ (The Ancient Greek Pagan Sun-god)…It is also for this SUN god that we were re-directed to worship on the – ‘SUN’-day.

IF YOU WOULD STUDY CAREFULLY, YOU WILL UNDERSTAND THAT THERE IS NOTHING THAT CONCERNS/RELATES THESE NAMES (JESUS CHRIST or SUNDAY CHURCH)… Take a closer look at the below…

“In Greek, the adjective kyriak-ós/-ē/-ón means “belonging, or pertaining, to a Kýrios” (“Lord”), and the usage was adopted by early Christians of the Eastern Mediterranean with regard to anything pertaining to the Lord Jesus Christ: hence “Kyriakós oíkos” (“house of the Lord”, church), “Kyriakē” (“[the day] of the Lord”, i.e. Sunday), or “Kyriakē proseukhē” (the “[Lord's prayer]“).

In standard Greek usage, the older word “ecclesia” (ἐκκλησία, ekklesía, literally “assembly”, “congregation”, or the place where such a gathering occurs) was retained to signify both a specific edifice of Christian worship (a “church”), and the overall community of the faithful (the “Church”). This usage was also retained in Latin and the languages derived from Latin (e.g. French église, Italian chiesa, Spanish iglesia, Portuguese igreja, etc.), as well as in the Celtic languages (Welsh eglwys, Irish eaglais, Breton iliz, etc.).

In the Germanic and some Slavic languages, the word kyriak-ós/-ē/-ón was adopted instead and derivatives formed thereof. In Old English the sequence of derivation started as “cirice” (Ki-ri-keh), then “churche” (kerke), and eventually “church” in its current pronunciation. German Kirche, Scottish kirk, Russian tserkov, etc., are all similarly derived.”

 

WE PERISH FOR LACK OF KNOWLEDGE!!!