Thanks for printing my letters. All Christians know that scripture can be taken out of context and the Hebrew came first. Between 200 and 300 B.C. the Greeks changed the Hebrew to Greek, then came the Latin after 300 A.D.
The Greek scriptures use a lot of symbols instead of plain words. For instance, the Messiah is the lamb, but he was really a man. Human beings become sheep, messengers become angels, etc. The donkey spoke the word to Baalim and the Messiah is the Word.
In Isaiah 1-3, Deuteronomy 25-4 and 1 Corinthians 9-9, the Ox is not to be muzzled that grinds out the corn or grain in some versions. No animal or man can eat if they have a muzzle on; also Ox grind with their teeth and are used for pulling.
The Hebrew woman would grind out the grain between two rocks as the Indians did. The grain is used to make the bread, the Messiah is the bread of life.
We do not muzzle anyone who preaches the scriptures and interprets correctly.
In Luke 13, verse 14, 15 and 16, the pagan Hebrew rulers told the crowd that there are six days that men ought to work and that the Messiah should not heal on the seventh day Sabbath. The Messiah told them that they let their Ox or Donkey out of the crib (home) to go to water (Messiah is the living water).
In the last verse (16), the woman bound by Satan is free. Later the Messiah was bound (wrapped) in the tomb but came out not muzzled by death to speak again. The Roman Catholic Universal Christian Church bound (chained) the word to the pulpit, killed and tortured millions of people, all the way to the 1800 A.D.
Call me anything but a Christian. Saint Nick, the Devil is a Christian (reference the W.B.E.). Rev. 2-6 Nicololations I hate, AND Nickodemus means victorious over the people in GREEK.