Paul Reflects on His Epistles

Paul Reflects on His Epistles


In this mediated message, Paul reflects on his epistles and explains why not everything in them is accurate. He wants to share more of Jesus’ teachings as he now understands them. For related information, go to this page.



Paul Expresses His Desire to Write What He Knows to Be the Truth, and to Also Correct Errors in His Epistles as Contained in the Bible


I AM HERE. Paul.

I desire to tell you that I am very anxious to disclose to you what are the true teachings of Jesus, and what errors my epistles possess as contained in the Bible.

I know now that it may seem strange to you that errors should have gotten into my epistles, but there are several reasons for their entrance. First, the epistles, as they now appear, are not what I wrote. I mean many changes have been made in my writings. Secondly, when I wrote the epistles, I did not know as much of the Truths of God as I do now. And, thirdly, I was not such a believer in the teachings of Jesus as I am now.

These are sufficient reasons why my epistles should not be accepted as containing all the Truths, or, rather, that all they contain are Truths.

There are apparent contradictions in these writings. And if what is said were true, there would be no real contradictions.

I fully realize this great defect in my epistles, and I have tried hard to impress those who attempt to explain my sayings as to the real Truth of what they attempt to explain, but with indifferent success.

Now I want to correct what is untrue or not in accord with the teachings of the Master. And the only way in which it can be done is writing through you. Of course, I realize that you have a great work to do for the Master, and that most of your time and energy will be taken up by doing this work of the Master, and that every other communication must be subordinated to those of Jesus. Yet, I believe that you will find time to take my messages at times.

Tonight, I will not attempt to write any message of these Truths. I will only say that I am much interested in your work, and will try to help you all I can. So, I must stop.

(Has salvation for man been provided through the blood of Jesus having been shed on the cross?)


Your friend, PAUL.



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