Tarsus would be the Greek pronunciation of the Hebrew or Aramaic Tarsu, which would be written TRSU using english equivalents of the 4 letters that
would make up the Hebrew spelling.
T=Tav or Tau
Add that with the other evidence in Revelation that Saul/Paul is NOT an Apostle, the vision of new Jerusalem that says in no uncertain terms that
there are only 12 Apostles, and the letter to the Ephesians that congratulated them for rejecting liars who say they are apostles, Paul's own
admission that he was rejected in "all of Asia" which is the home of the 7 churches in Revelation, and there is little doubt that the true revelation
in the book of Revelation is that Saul/Paul is the true beast 666.
How many people have actually investigated the dispute between Saul/Paul and James, Peter and John, and the true Apostles that were chosen by Yeshua
himself? It's recorded in the book of Acts, a book written by Luke, Paul's disciple, which seeks to make Paul the hero and the Apostles as villains
who "seemed something, but were not" and other insults laid against them in the writings of Paul that by the time you get to Peter, James and John's
writings you would have to be blind not to see that Paul is no friend of the Apostles.
When you read the writings of the Apostles you get a message in line with what Yeshua taught.
When you read Paul you get contradictions and lies like:
For the whole Law is summed up in one commandment, "You shall love your neighbor as yourself."
But Yeshua taught that the greatest commandment was to " love God, and the second is like it, you should love your neighbor as yourself."
Does it sound like Yeshua thought that the Law could be summed up in a single commandment.? He obviously didn't, and taught the necessity of both.
Yeshua also taught that anyone who vows anything in the name of anything was "of the evil one", anyone who doesn't let their "Yes be yes and no be
" In what I am writing to you, before God, I do not lie!
Clearly Saul did not ever meet the Messiah, not in the desert/wilderness and not ever. There is only his word of the event and Luke's, no other
account exists. Not exactly reliable evidence by any stretch of the imagination.
But what do we have from the words of Yeshua that could warn us?
"Then, if anyone says to you, 'Look! Here is the Messiah!' or 'There he is!'- do not believe it. For false messiah's and false prophets will appear
and produce great signs and omens, to lead astray, if possible, even the ELect. Take note, I have told you beforehand. So if they say, 'Look! He is
in the wilderness,' do not go out. If they say, 'Look! He is in the inner rooms,' do not believe it..."
The desert is the wilderness of the middle east, and where Paul claims his alleged voice of Yeshua spoke to him. In secret. Do not believe it, this
is what Yeshua said.
How many more people need to be deceived before everyone wakes up?
Paul is clearly a fraud.
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