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Testimonies Of
Mandela Effect Persecution


My Pastor’s sermon today was on Pride. Unfortunately he didn’t use the opportunity to speak against the LGBT shenanigans, but he did quote 2 different quantum affected scriptures. He spoke from Judges 16:19 and stated “someone came in and cut Samson’s hair”! He remarked how this is a story taught to children in Sunday schools. Other congregation members, like myself, remember Delilah did the deed. He glossed over it and then went on to quote 2 Corinthians 12:10 …”for when I am weak, then I am strong.” I was disturbed and flabbergasted that this 71 year old Pastor serving our community as a Pastor for over 30 years, didn’t catch two glaringly obvious changes in the scripture. I’m holding on still attending this small little church because I feel I may have the opportunity to open his eyes and to have him gently inform the rest of the congregation. Most of the members are over 70 years old and are very resistant to change, but I think it’s important to share the truth with all God’s people.

Renate  Dis-fellowshipped and marked to be avoided


After trying to share the Bible changes with her Pastor, Renate received this message

"This quiz proved nothing except the fallibility of our memories. I got several of the questions right which you believed had been changed specifically Isaiah 65:25 and Luke 19:27.  Whilst it is true that some translations are different and words change in meaning over time plus there are variations in the biblical manuscripts, what you were saying was totally extraordinary and none of us agreed with it or had even ever heard of it.

At Redeemer we believe that the Scriptures, both the Old and New Testaments, are the inspired Word of God and the final authority for all Christian faith and life. (Matthew 5:18; John 10:35; 17:17; 2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21)

The doctrine of preservation is thoroughly biblical and rooted in the absolute sovereignty and trustworthiness of God who cannot lie.

“The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the word of our God remains forever.””
Isaiah 40:8

You believe that the words of the bible have been supernaturally changed by Satan/man and that God has permitted this and even prophesied it. These beliefs put you outside the camp of historic orthodox Christianity in my opinion. I have spoken to you on more than one occasion that this belief is false. I warned you again on Sunday 28th August it’s not true and none of the elders are in agreement with it. According to the word of God you are to be marked and avoided. You are going round churches stirring up division and teaching destructive heresies. I urge you to repent and turn to Christ for forgiveness. In the meantime we cannot have you attending our fellowship any longer whilst you hold to this teaching."


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