Is the famous "Shroud of Turin" actually the one that Christ was buried in? Of course not. For years, they’ve
been studying a cloth with the markings of a human body on it, taking all kinds of tests and it’s still a split decision.
Personally, all the mummies and other bodies I’ve read about were wrapped, yet this shroud they continue to study
shows a sheet, spread out long enough to lay a person on, then brought back over the top of the body in one piece, as if the
person was simply laid out on a sheet, with the faded picture of a person’s front and back, left on the sheet. And yet,
in the Bible (John 20:7) John clearly says that the napkin that was about His (Jesus’) head was not lying with the linen
clothes, but wrapped together in a place by itself.” The entire body of Christ was not wrapped in a one-piece
sheet like the shroud that has been displayed in Turin, Italy since 1578. Apparently, those who keep the rumor going have
not read their bible.
Of all the hoaxes people have fallen for, this even beats the color confusion that modernists tell you is
“art“ And frankly, when an artists puts both of a figure's eyes on the same side of its head, he's laughing at
the buyer. Yet people will spend millions for stuff your pet monkey could improve on.
There are lots of ways to be fooled. The longer you mix a milkshake, the more air whirls into it, making it
seem like more shake, but it's just more air. The same principle is used on toilet tissue...more air makes it softer, but
you get less tissue. And if you don't know a little arithmetic, you don't know whether you're getting a better buy if you
choose five for a dollar, or six for a dollar twenty-five. (The five are cheaper). That's why national statistics say that
fifty percent of shoppers can't understand a grocery ad...people don't know fractions and how to use them.
And the shroud of Turin, that they'd like you to believe as once wrapped around Christ at His death, could
have been wrapped around anyone. If the marks are of ANY person, take my word for it; it’s not of Jesus. God
and Christ left nothing personal for us to worship. The only line we know that Christ wrote was done in sand, and was gone
in minutes. The Ark is gone. The crown of thorns is gone. An example is found in second Kings, 18:4, where Moses bronze serpent
staff (called “Nehushtan”) was being worshipped by people. And it’s gone. Anything we could worship as representing
God or his son, Jesus Christ, is gone, because we are to believe our Bible by faith. The mark of a Christian.
And the men who have come, saying they are the Christ, are gone. But there will be more of them, and in the
Last Days, they'll even do great miracles to fool us. Be sure you're anchored in The Faith of Christ so you won't be taken
in by this. It could come at any time now.
What to do? Give your heart to Christ, then study with the help of a Minister who has learned the Word on
his knees. He's not in the business of fooling people.