I would like to share three important scripture from the book of Enoch.

The first scripture I would like to share with you is in chapter 22 of the Cepher Third Edition.

This chapter will debunk the rhetoric that after we die, we all go to heaven watching our loved ones from above. That’s why I always encourage you to read the word for yourselves. The church is use its propaganda to keep you ignorant of the truth while they cash in from your ignorance. Anyway, in Chapter 22: 1-5, 13-15, it reads,  1. “From there I proceeded to another spot, where I saw on the west a great and lofty mountain, a strong rock, and four delightful places. 2. Internally it was deep, capacious, and very smooth; as smooth as if it had been rolled over: it was both deep and dark to behold. 3. Then Raphael, one of the holy angels who were with me, answered and said, These are the delightful places where the spirit, the souls of the dead, will collect; for them were they formed; and here will be collected all the souls of the sons of men. 4. These places, in which they dwell, shall they occupy until the day of judgment, and until their appointed period. 6. Their appointed period will be long, even until the great judgment. And I saw the spirit of the sons of men who were dead; and their voices reached to heaven, while they were accusing. The interesting thing is in verse six at the end of it, reads “their voices reached to heaven.” Meaning, they are not in heaven as many of us were taught. That is a big clue to make you think.

If we read verses 13-15, it makes it clear that all the souls are separated. And it reads 13. “And thus has it been from the beginning of the world. Thus has there existed a separation between the souls of those who utter complaints, and of those who watch for their destruction, to slaughter them in the day of sinners. 14. A receptacle of this sort has been formed for the souls of unrighteous men, and sinners; of those who have completed crime, and associated with the impious, whom they resemble. Their souls shall not be annihilated in the day of judgment, neither shall they arise from this place. There I blessed God. 15. An said, Blessed b my heavenly Father, God of glory and of righteousness who reigns over all forever and ever.” Now, jog back your memory that will confirm the story of Lazarus regarding the separation of the souls. Luke 16:24-26 “And he cried and said, ‘Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus that he may dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame.’ 25 But Abraham said, ‘Son, remember that in your lifetime you received your good things, and likewise Lazarus evil things; but now he is comforted and you are tormented. 26 And besides all this, between us and you there is a great gulf fixed, so that those who want to pass from here to you cannot, nor can those from there pass to us.’

The second scripture I would like to share with you is in chapter 103 of the Cepher Third Edition.

This one is ridiculous, and I mean everyone does it. I can’t for the life of me understand it. For some reason, many of us think that when someone dies, we owe them to say good things about that individual just because they died. You shouldn’t lie about anyone’s character whether they are alive or dead, nothing changes. If that individual was a murderer, thief, or mean, don’t sugar-coat it by saying they were a good person. You see, whether it is your family member or not, understand that the character many of us display in the public eye is not the same character we display behind closed doors. I think will be better not to say anything at all. Are there people out there who are good and live a righteous life, yes, absolutely, there are many? All I’m saying is to be careful. Without further due, let’s go to chapter 103:4-5, “Woe to you, sinners, when you die in your sins; and they, who are like you, say respecting you, Blessed are these sinners. They have lived out their whole period, and now they die in happiness and wealth. Distress and slaughter they knew not while alive; in honor, they die; nor ever in their lifetime did judgment overtake them. 5. Has it not been shown to them, that, to the receptacle of the dead their souls shall be made to descend, and their evil deeds shall become their greatest torment? Into darkness, into the snare, and into the flame, which shall burn to the great judgment, shall their spirit enter; and the great judgment shall take effect forever and ever.”

The third scripture I would like to share with you is in chapter 97 of the Cepher Third Edition.

I did a blog back in the day, and I told you that everything that we do on this earth is being recorded because this recording is what will play before you on the day of judgment. It has everything that you’ve done from the time you were born until the day you die. That goes for both the sinners and the righteous. Enoch 97: 15-19 “I have sworn to you, sinners, by the Holy and the Grea One, that all your evil deeds are disclosed in the heavens; and that none of your oppressive acts are concealed and secret. 16. Think not in your minds, neither say in your hearts, that every crime is not manifested and seen. In heaven, it is daily written down before God. Henceforward shall it be manifested; for every act of oppression which you commit shall be daily recorded until the period of your condemnation.”

I hope this helps you rethink.

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