Wednesday, December 31, 2014

“‘Lost Gospel’ depicts a married political activist Rabbi Jesus” – What a crock!

Scripture warns us that in the end times there would be plenty of false teachers and prophets, and articles like this one PROVE it:  ‘Lost Gospel’ depicts a married political activist Rabbi Jesus.  

Yeah, right....

If Y'shua – a Jewish man with a divine qnoma/nature - had had a wife and kids, He would never have chosen to die on that stake, to leave behind a widow and orphans! YHWH would not have expected Him to do that. Y'shua's mind - as we see in Luke 2:49 - was always on YHWH. He knew who He was, and He didn't have time for a wife and family. That would have been a huge distraction. So, this attempt by the anti-missionaries is like ALL their attempts to discredit Y'shua - it's weak, and it's a slap in the face of YHWH whom they are calling a liar.

Plus, He followed Torah, even to His death.  An example is that He made sure His mother would be cared for after he died:

John 19: 25. Now at the stake of Y’shua were standing his mother and the sister of his mother and Maryam, that of Qalyopa, and Maryam of Magdala.  26. And Y’shua saw his mother and a disciple whom he loved who was standing there, and he said to his mother, Woman, behold your son.  27. And he said to that disciple, Behold your mother.[1]  And at that hour that disciple took her with him.  28. After these things Y’shua knew that everything was complete so that Scripture might be fulfilled, and he said, I thirst.  29. And they placed a vessel there that was full of vinegar, and filled a sponge with the vinegar and placed it on hyssop and brought it to his mouth.  30. And when he had taken that vinegar Y’shua said, Behold, it is finished!  And he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.

[1] Not as in “behold the mother of Elohim” but that John would care for Y’shua’s mother, and so he takes her with him. By the time of Y'shua’s death, his earthly mother was a widow who had no close male relative to look after her and faced a precarious existence. By entrusting Maryam to the “beloved disciple” (commonly understood to be John), Y’shua was not only showing love and concern for his mother, ensuring that she would be safe and cared for after his death; but He was following the Torah command to do so (Exodus 22:21-23)!  (See also Isaiah 53 and all of the Feasts/Appointed Times which foreshadow Y'shua.  Also,  Who does Yeshua say He is:  Man or God?)

Here's more about Him:

Philippians 2:5 And think you so in yourselves, as Y'shua the Mashiyach also thought; 6. who, as he was in the likeness of Elohim, did not regard it sinful to be the coequal of Elohim; 7. yet disinherited himself and assumed the likeness of a servant, and was in the likeness of men and was found in fashion as a man; 8. and he humbled himself and became obedient to death, even the death of the stake. 9. Wherefore, also, Elohim has highly exalted him and given him a name which is more excellent than all names; 10. that at the name of Y'shua every knee should bow, of (beings) in heaven and on earth and under the earth; 11. and that every tongue should confess that Y'shua the Mashiyach is YHWH, to the glory of Elohim his Father. (AENT)

More than his literal birth name Y'shua (which was and is a common Hebrew name), and more than the perfect reputation that his name represents. Y'shua bears the Name of YHWH, the "name above all names"! Y'shua has the Name and reputation of the Father YHWH in him (John 17:11) and the name means "YHWH is Salvation" (Matthew 1:21). (The angels, for instance, only have YHWH's title of ELOHIM within their names: GabriEL, MichaEL, RaphaEL....)

Colossians 1: 15. who is the likeness of the invisible Elohim and the first-born of all creatures: 16. and by him was created everything that is in heaven and on earth, all that is visible and all that is invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers; everything was through him and was created by him: 17. and he was prior to all, and by him every thing exists. 18. And he is the head of the body the Assembly; as he is the head and first-born from among the dead, that he might be the first in all things. 19. For it pleased (the Father) that in him all fullness should dwell; 20. and by him, to reconcile all things to himself; and through him he has pacified, with the blood of his stake, both (those) on earth and those in heaven. (Aramaic English New Testament)

Footnote: The literal Aramaic reading is "by him," whereas Greek and English texts have "for him." Mashiyach is the creative Word through which everything was made (Psalm 33:6, John 1:1-5, Hebrews 1:1-5). The common Aramaic idiom here and in John is "through his hands" meaning as the Word, Mashiyach crafted all things according to YHWH's blueprints. Mashiyach Yeshua emerges as the Word from YHWH's breath and command and, as such, was with Him in the beginning (John 17:1-11).

What these "scholars" who write this junk tend to forget is that "Jesus" (they never call Him by his given Hebrew Name, LOL!), is that He was a Torah observant, seventh day Sabbath keeping, tallit wearing, kosher JEW who would never go outside of Torah. YHWH would never have expected His Divine Son to marry because marriage would have tied Him down and caused Him to have to make the choice between His wife and family...and doing YHWH's will/accomplishing everything He was sent to do. Y'shua would never have deliberately made His wife a widow to be left to her own devices; He would never have left His children fatherless.....To suggest He was married is a sick attempt by some folks to place doubt in the gullible!

1 comment:

  1. Happy New Year Sister Shali and thanks for this post! It reminds me of the concept of Da Vinci Code movie to where "Jesus" was married to Mary Magdalene. I'm glad that the world is coming to an end because Y'shua, Melech Ha'Meleckim, will be coming soon and will give justice and will weight what we've done in this world. People still have time to repent to go back to His Torah to where the rest of our soul can be found. Usanna to the Son of Dawid!

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