Doctrine of demons


Teaching of the Heresy of the Apostle Theo Wolmarans: 2017

Theo Wolmarans is teaching a double false doctrine in his book called “The Pact of Blood”. In the first false doctrine, he claims that Melchizedek is Christ pre-incarnate. This false doctrine comes from the Gnostic teaching and also from a Christian sect. The second false doctrine is that tithing is an “act of covenant” to pay for one’s salvation. I give you some scriptures to refute this false doctrine of securing or paying for your salvation with the Tithe. The true identity of Melchizedek is debatable. However, to explain it in simple terms, it is a type of Christ. To explain this false teaching of the pre-incarnate Christ, let’s look at Genesis 14.

And Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine, and was a priest of the Most High God. (Genesis 14:18 KJV) … the original Hebrew uses the world El Elyon for God Most High, which has its origins in the Phoenician language, who worshiped El, a pagan Canaanite deity.

And blessed be God Most High, who has delivered your enemies into your hand. And he gave him tithes of everything. (Genesis 14:20 KJV) … the original Hebrew says the best from above, so it cannot mean the same as Malachi’s biblical tithe.

Theo says that Abraham gave Melchizedek (Christ) a tenth part, and interprets it as an act of covenant. The act of covenant refers to giving on both sides according to Theo. Christ giving his blood and his body (bread and wine) and Abraham giving a tenth of the spoils of war. So, in fact, what he is saying is that one must pay a tenth part to the Christ (Church) in exchange for salvation (the blood and the Body). This is a heretical teaching. Ephesians corrects this false belief.

2: 8 “For it is by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not from yourselves: it is the gift of God:

Ephesians 2: 9 Not by works, ballast anyone should boast. “

There is no covenant act of giving to earn or pay for one’s salvation. There is a concept of an act of covenant in the Bible. The act of covenant in the Old Testament was circumcision and not giving a tithe to a King Priest. God made a covenant with Abraham, but it was a one-sided covenant (one-sided covenant). God (Yahweh) even provided a ram for the sacrifice. The Bible further says that we cannot use gold or money to pay for our salvation. Theo’s understanding of the covenant is based on pagan and non-Jewish covenants. In the New Testament, Jesus made a one-sided covenant. The word covenant (Latin) was translated from the Greek word Testament. A will goes into effect when someone dies.

1Pe 1:18 “Because you know that you were not redeemed with corruptible things, such as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers”;

Paul says in Galatians 3: 1 who has bewitched you into believing another gospel. Another gospel is a gospel by law and works of the flesh. People feel guilty if they don’t pay tithing. If they sin, they can at least pay tithes to cover their guilt and “pay for their sins.” This is what is happening on a subconscious level. We can never pay for our own sins with good works or money. This is human nature to try to be reconciled to God and obey the commandments. Theo and CFC argue that if you love God you will obey his commandments. This tithe scripture refers to the Pharisees who were still under the law and who were still serving in the temple system with sacrifices. Biblical hermeneutics is ignored in Theo’s interpretation. Some basic Bible rules for correct interpretation are audience relevance and historical context. So Jesus was speaking to those who were under the law and the temple system and not to the modern church or even the Church of Acts. Jesus had not yet died, so the laws and tithing were still in effect. Even the book of Hebrews must be read in context. Otherwise, we will invent new doctrines. It is absurd to think that Jesus receives tithes in heaven. What would I do with all that money? No, the man is the one who needs money. Truly the devil and his deception are active in the church with this false doctrine. Trying to make people pay for their salvation is really heretical, as in the days of Martin Luther in the Middle Ages. Martin Luther spoke out against this evil of his time, which was also taught by the Catholic Church.

Theo also says that life equals money. This is your own subjective interpretation of what life is. This is incorrect since the Bible says that life is blood or blood is life. Once again Jesus gave his life and we give our lives, that is, the living part of us that is made up of spirit, soul and body. Your life can also mean the time you spend on earth. Do you live for God or for yourself? Time is exchanged for money to live in this world. But we cannot exchange money for eternal life. The Bible says that we are in this world and not of this world. The money is from this world and not from heaven. Don’t let anyone fool you into telling you that you must pay your eternal salvation with tithe. Salvation is a free gift that is received only by faith.

In the US media, a drug addict was arrested for trying to sell golden tickets to Heaven (2016). It seems this is what Pastor Theo is trying to do.