THE KEYS TO UNDERSTANDING THE HOLY SCRIPTURES
THE KEYS TO UNDERSTANDING THE HOLY SCRIPTURES
By: Pastor Paul R. Mullet
It is of my own opinion that there are 16 Keys that you need to fully understand the Holy Scriptures. I am going to give you those 16 keys and a short description of them in this first lesson then we will proceed into the actual study of the Holy Scriptures. I hope and pray that the information provided within these pages will be used for not only yourself and your family, but the Racial Family that you are a part of, the Racial family of Yahweh our Elohiym. Remember that you are an Israelite, a direct descendent of The Adam, the first White Man to have been granted the “Breath of Life”, the beginning of the blood line of Yahshua the Messiah!
So here are the KEYS TO UNDERSTANDING:
- Pray for understanding
Before you even begin to study the Holy Scriptures ask Yahweh to guide and show you His will. Remember that it is Yahweh who gives a TRUE understanding through His word. You cannot obtain this on your own.
- Keep an open mind
Be willing to admit when you are wrong and change, even if you must let go of a long-held belief or a tradition. You have been taught many false things within jewdeo-Christianity. If you can successfully apply this one principle, you will be far ahead in the search for spiritual truth. Your world is going to be turned around for the better, by applying this step.
- Humbly seek instruction and correction.
Approach the Holy Scriptures with a teachable and humble attitude. The Word of Yahweh (God) judges our innermost thoughts. It can show us who we really are. It can reveal every flaw in our character. So be ready to heed its correction.
- Accept the inspiration of the whole Scriptures.
The whole book of Scriptures, both the Old Testament and the New Covenant (Testament), is the inspired work of Yahweh. While studying, please keep in mind that He inspired the words within that you are reading, Yahweh is directly speaking to you the Israelite man or woman through these pages.
- Make time for regular studies.
In today’s world, it is easy to let the concerns of events interfere, so schedule a study time and maintain it. Over time you will look forward to your daily study of Scriptures. It takes 7 consecutive days to form a habit.
- Let the Scriptures interpret themselves.
If something seems confusing or even conflicting, let clear Scriptural passages shed light on those you find difficult to comprehend. Scriptures do not contradict each other. To properly understand a verse in the Scriptures, don’t force your personal point of view into it. Do not let your preconceived notions cloud what the Scripture states. Instead use the context and other relevant Scriptures to find the correct meaning.
- Study topics.
Concentrate, at various times, on one subject, doctrine or book. Use a concordance or other study material to aid you while putting together all the scriptures relevant to a subject. This will permit you to see all that Yahweh says about a topic.
- Read the WHOLE Bible or Scriptures.
You must go through the whole Scriptures from cover to cover. By reading every section of the Scriptures, you will give yourself a broad perspective that will help you shed those preconceived jewdeo-Christian thoughts and ideas about doctrinal subjects.
- Compare different translations.
The Holy Scriptures were written in ancient languages, and scholars sometimes differ on how certain verses should be translated into today’s language. A literal rendering is often preferred, but a thought-for-thought or paraphrase is sometimes better at capturing the intent of ancient figures of speech. You must also be aware that doctrinal bias can influence translations, as is very common when the serpent seedline (jews) do the translating.
- Use study aids properly.
Many Scriptural study aids are actually very helpful. They can provide valuable historical background or point you to other scriptures that add clarity to what you are reading. Aids include concordances, lexicons, dictionaries, maps and commentaries. Remember that such resources are NOT Scripture and may be wrong.
- Seek guidance from Yahweh’s Church.
It is always best to seek help from qualified people in any field of study. Yahweh has commissioned His servants to guide people into a fuller understanding of His Word. If you have any questions, please contact us.
- Take notes.
Always have a tablet and pencil when you are studying and explanatory comments in your Scriptural book or computer. This will help you remember key ideas or related scriptures. Some people use a marking system, with colors or symbols to keep track of key verses by categories [doctrine, correction, prophecy, etc.]. This will also help save time when looking for a section or verse within the Scriptures.
- Review and meditate.
Take time to ponder what you have studied. If something seems hard to understand, take some time to consider its meaning, using what you have already learned as a starting point. Reflect what the Scriptures is saying and on how you can apply the verses in everyday life.
- Obey Yahweh’s Word and prove it right.
Put Yahweh’s Word to the test by practicing the things you are learning. Acknowledge how His ways bring positive change in your life. The best way to determine that Yahweh’s commands and teachings bring true peace and blessings is by living them.
- Hold fast.
Once you have proven something to be true, don’t allow yourself to be lightly convinced out of it. While new evidence may over turn your previous conclusion, this must be the product of serious study in Yahweh’s Word. Always beware, because false teachers can lead you astray. Ask Yahweh to help you remain true to His teachings.
- Remember who the Scriptures are for.
The Holy Scriptures were written for a Race or Ethnos of people, the Israelite people, the Aryan, Caucasian, White Race of the world. This is a very racist book as it is the history and future for the Israelite people, it is YOUR HISTORY AND YOUR FUTURE, not those of their father the devil, as is taught in modern jewdeo-Christian churches, by the serpent seedline.