No matter how fiercely you believe something, that is not what determines truth. Here are some examples:
The Father’s weekly Sabbath was never changed to the first day of the week (Sunday); it is still the seventh day (Saturday), just as it was when the scriptures were written, no matter how much you believe that Sunday is the proper day for weekly assembling of the ekklesia.
Messiah’s name is Yahoshua (Yah’s salvation), and it has never been “jesus,” nor will it ever be “jesus,” no matter how much you want to believe His name is “jesus.” Scripture is clear there is only one name—and “jesus” has never been that one name.
Messiah was born on the Feast of Tabernacles (in the Fall), was crucified on Passover, and rose again on the Feast of Firstfruits, no matter how much you want to believe that the pagan christ-mass, good friday, and easter/ishtar have anything to do with Him.
Going forward and saying a prayer, or making a decision, or changing your lifestyle, or obeying the Ten Commandments, or accepting someone into your heart, or giving your life to Christ, is not what it means to be born again, no matter how much you want to believe that such an action sealed your eternal life. That’s not what being “born again” means.
Christianity is not what the New Testament believers embraced or practiced, as christianity was not invented until after all the apostles had died, and it was not codified until the fourth century, no matter how much you want to believe that christianity is the truth, or that being a “christian” will get you to heaven.
Messiah’s bride is Y’isra-el, no matter how repulsed you are by all the things that you think sound “old testament.” Saying “we’re not under the law” does not eliminate the Father’s traditions, His name, His Son’s name, or all the things that are part of identifying oneself with Yah’s family.
So many christians immediately “turn off” when they hear something they think sounds Jewey, and in so doing, they not only miss the vast richness of the foundations of the faith, they willfully choose NOT to identify with the Father or His family.
It doesn’t matter how much you know that you know that you know. If what you believe is not actually His truth, then what you believe is false. I’m sorry if that makes you sad or angry, but truth is truth, and we all need truth. I’d love nothing more than to share HIS truths with you, and explain the differences between His truths and what the “church” largely, and falsely, teaches.
For more information: Why I Am No Longer a Christian