True Jesus Test

True Jesus
False Jesus

*Pictures above are illustrative only. They in no way depict how Christ looks!

Okay, there is in fact a simple way to see if you have the true Jesus (the one spoken of in the Bible) or "another jesus" (false, phony, etc.) Jehovah's Witnesses "jesus" is Michael the archangel, a created being. Mormonism's "jesus" is the brother of the devil. New Agers "jesus" is simply a man in tune with the divine consciousness. So how do we tell! 


We are not condemning but revealing only what is either true or false and then you decide which Jesus you will receive and serve.

The Bible is our Plumb-line! God's Word is true and man's is faulty. (Rom. 3:4)

Take the Test Below and see if you are deceived!

1.) Do you pray to Jesus?
        a) No
      b) Yes

2.) Do you worship Jesus?
        a) No
      b) Yes

3.) The Jesus of the Bible is called God. Do you accept or deny Jesus is God in the flesh?
        a) No, Jesus is the Son of God but not God
       b) Yes, Jesus is my Lord and my God

If you answered "No" to questions 1, 2, and 3, then you have in fact embraced "another jesus". Your soul is in danger of Hell fire. Please review these passage to the above questions below!

1. Praying to Jesus - (Acts 7:55-60; Psalm 116:4 and Zech. 13:9 with 1 Cor. 1:1-2)
2. Worshipping Jesus - (Matt. 2:2,11; 14:33; 28:9; John 9:35-38; Heb. 1:6)
3. Deity of Jesus Christ - (John 20:28; Heb. 1:8)

In cult theologies, Jesus is a creation in one form or another (this is why the Jehovah's Witnesses add the word ‘other' four times to Col. 1:16-17). Therefore, He is not to be prayed to, worshiped, or called God.
If you are a Christian then you will be able to pray to Jesus, not just through. You will be able to worship Jesus equally with the Father. And you will be able to call Jesus your Lord and God. A cultist cannot do this. A cultist has a false Jesus, and, therefore, a false hope of salvation. This is more serious than your wallet. Please take the test and study the scriptures above or email us for help. We do not want you to go to Hell! (Luke 16; Matthew 10:28; Rev. 20:15)