Being Delivered (not saved).
READING THE BYNV SCRIPTURES FOR THE NEXT GENERATION IN ACTS 2:38 IT SAYS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING AT ALL, ABOUT BEING SAVED.
Being "saved" is a religious terminology and not the truth. The dictionary says that "save": is to rescue preserve or guard (a person or thing) from the danger of harm. I really think that being delivered is a whole different category. Whereas "DELIVERANCE" is different and means to rescue from moral corruption or evil. Verse 40 though talks of deliverance it says "And with many other words he earnestly witnessed and urged them, saying, "Be DELIVERED from this crooked generation . . ."
The people of those days understood so much better than us today just exactly what moral corruption and evil was, because 3,000 persons were immersed immediately upon hearing this message. These people had heard about and seen Messiah cast out the unclean and knew from their own personal behaviour, they needed deliverance from what was living within them.
Today religion has so many lies controlling medical technology to squash any inclination of or broaching the subject of deliverance. Keeping the patient in bondage through drugs and psychology which is really witchcraft anyway. So there is no deliverance for these poor possessed individuals, but a life of torment and torture prescribed by the medical association through religious domination.
Today people have no concept of their moral depravity, especially the religious blocking the way for those looking for answers. We see their confusion that being DELIVERED is not being SAVED. The whole of humanity has been taken over by the unclean army of evil and the only answer or antidote is "DELIVERANCE"
If we understand that Yahusha's name means: "Yah is our deliver" and that His Name is the ONLY NAME GIVEN TO MANKIND WHERE BY HE CAN BE DELIVERED, not saved. If you feel a fight in you about this Name Yahusha then you know what needs to come out of you. Thank Yahuah that we have such a version of scripture as the BYNV to open our eyes to such things.
By Chris Hilton . . .