I am Jessie Mills, Ph.D.
I reside at 1729 Hwy 79 North, Bonifay, FL
32425. I am a disabled
Veteran of the Korean war. After the war I married a wonderful Christian lady
named Geraldine, and we had four God-blessed children, Debbie, Bobbie, Robbie and Jessie Edward III. The degrees I have received from accredited schools have been in the field of religious education, research
and Greek language. I am the author of several unpublished manuscripts and four trade-published religious books: Results
of Fulfilled Prophecy, Daniel Fulfilled Prophecy, Revelation Survey and Research, and First Corinthians
As the above photograph shows I am a native American Cherokee. I am a member of the Southeastern Cherokee Council.
There is one thing in my lifetime I wish to proclaim, namely, that God sent His only Son Jesus Christ to ratify a new
covenant with all His people, and none were exempted.
In about AD 30, Jesus said, “This gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in the whole world.” (Matt. 24:14) In about AD 61, the apostle Paul said that the gospel, “was
[already had been] (past tense) proclaimed in all creation under heaven.” (Col. 1:23)
This is what the Father has taught us in His Word, and it is an eternal
truth. Therefore if God said it, I believe it. It
is my prayer that everything I teach here is in total agreement with what the Father has said in His book. I pray that the readers of these articles will gain much spiritual benefit from them. I did not intend
to be critical of anyone for what they believe, or where they go to church. Instead, my only desire is to be honest with the
scriptures and write about what the Father has taught us in His Holy Word, and allow you to seek His full truth especially
in the area of the spiritual assembly which constitutes the spiritual kingdom. With
love I commend these lessons to you.
E. Mills, Ph.D.) repudiate human tradition and
philosophy, and affirm that the teachings of Conditionalism, Limited Purgatory,
Equality of Salvation, Annihilation of Spirits, Fatalism, Literalism, and
Universalism are not Biblically Inspired Doctrines. I suggest that these
doctrines are showing their ugly faces now, more than ever before. There seems
to be a reason, it appears that large churches, even some Churches of Christ
are paying big money to disrupt the spread of Fulfilled Prophecy, in one way or
another. It has been said (by some of them) that if some of their writers can
keep the teachers of Preterism busy defending their doctrine, they will not
have time to promote it, and so it will go away. Wrong again!
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