Monday, February 4, 2019

Jewish Rabbi: Certain New Testament passages make him “want to vomit”….

Check out this video where Jesus-rejecter William Hall and some Jewish rabbi are sitting around bashing the NT. The Rabbi a couple times has mentioned that certain NT passages make him want to vomit. Well, if he had ever read the NT IN CONTEXT, he wouldn't feel that way. But hey, it's easier to sit around and bash than it is to actually consult the Ruach for proper understanding!

Their mean-spirited dialogue makes ME want to vomit!

Here's a wake-up call for these two "gentlemen", who mentioned John 8:1-4 as being "Jew bashing verses":

The story of John 8 about the "woman caught in adultery" was never in the original manuscripts! The story is nonexistent in the Peshitta and does not appear in the four earliest Greek manuscripts of John.  (Click on the link to see my blog on this issue.)

They also mentioned John 5:16. Well, let's take a look at the CONTEXT of that passage, shall we?

Temember, God cannot be born, nor can He die. Yeshua, the MESSIAH, the SON, did both. This SHOWS that He did not come as YHWH's replacement! Yet what made Him "divine" was the fact that He had a divine qnoma (Nature). You can view the relationship in John 5 as outlined in the Aramaic English New Testament (AENT) shown below:

John 5: 16. And because of this, the Yehudeans were persecuting Y'shua and were seeking to kill him because of these things he would do on the Shabbat. 17. But he, Y'shua, said to them, My Father works until now, I also work. 18. And because of this the Yehudeans were seeking all the more to kill him, not only because he had loosed [1]> the Shabbat, but also concerning that he would say that his Father was Elohim and was equating [2] himself with Elohim. 19. But Y'shua answered and said to them, Amen, amen I say to you that the Son is not able to do anything by his desire, but what he sees the things that the Father does. For these things that the Father does, the Son also likewise does. 20. For the Father loves the Son and everything that he does he shows to him. And greater than these works He will show him so that you will marvel. 21. For as the Father raises the dead and gives life to them, likewise also the Son will make alive to those whom he desires. 22. For the Father does not judge man, rather all judgment he has given to the Son. 23. So that every man may honor the Son as he honors the Father. He who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent him.

24. Amen, amen: I say to you that whoever hears my word and believes in Him who sent me has life that is eternal, and does not come into judgment but has passed [3] from death into life. 25. Amen, amen I say to you that the hour is coming, even now is, when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of Elohim, and those who hear will live. 26. For as to the Father, there is life in his Qnoma [4]. 27. And He gave him authority to also execute judgment, because he is the Son of man. 28. Do not marvel at this for the hour is coming when all those who are in the grave will hear his voice! 29. And those who have done good things will go forth to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil things to the resurrection of judgment.

30. I am not able to do anything of my desire, but as I hear I judge and my judgment is just, for I don't seek my will, rather the will of Him who sent me. 31. If I bear witness concerning myself, my testimony is not true. 32. Another is he who bears witness concerning me. And I know that his testimony that he testifies concerning me is true. 33. Yochanan was sent to you and he testified concerning the truth. 34. And I did not receive testimony from man; rather I say these things that you may live. 35. That man was a lamp that shone and brought light, and you desired to boast for an hour in his light.

36. But I have a testimony that is greater than that of Yochanan. For the works that my Father has given to me to complete them, those works that I do, testify concerning me that the Father has sent me. 37. And the Father who sent me testifies concerning me. You have never heard His voice, nor have you seen His appearance. 38. And His Word does not dwell in you because you do not believe in him whom He sent. 39. Search the Scriptures, because in them you think you have that life that is eternal, and they testify concerning me. 40. And you do not desire to come to me, that you may have that life that is eternal.

41. I do not receive praise from the sons of men. 42. But I know you that the love of Elohim is not there in you! 43. I have come in the name of my Father, and you have not received me. Yet, if another should come in his own name, you will receive him.[5] 44. How are you able to believe, who receive praise from one to another, and yet the One that is from Elohim you do not seek? 45. Why do you think that I will accuse you before the Father? There is one who accuses you, Moshe, he in whom you hope! 46. For if only you had believed in Moshe, you would also be believers in me, for Moshe wrote concerning me. 47. And, if you do not believe the writings of that man, how will you believe my words?


[1] Y'shua did not break the Shabbat according to Torah; rather, he restored the observance of Shabbat as YHWH intended, without the burden of religious tradition. In so doing, the traditions of the Pharisees had been violated, but certainly not the Torah of Moshe.

[2] To consider oneself "equal" to YHWH is a very serious matter. Y'shua spoke of himself as being about his Father's business, of coming in his Father's Name; he spoke and taught with authority and performed healings which made him a formidable opponent to religious tradition. The charge here of Y'shua making himself equal to YHWH is simply Pharisee tradition projecting itself onto Y'shua. The Ruach haKodesh in Mashiyach is "equal" to YHWH, but the Pharisees supposed that Y'shua and his followers equated his humanity with YHWH; they didn't understand Isaiah 11:1-2, that Mashiyach has the Ruach haKodesh (another name for YHWH-Psalm 51:1-11, Isaiah 63:1-11) within him.

YHWH spoke through the Spirit of Mashiyach, rather than through his human component! Y'shua maintained that his nefesh (soul) would die, but that YHWH would resurrect it! Y'shua believed his own nefesh was mortal. Zechariah 12:10 the Spirit of YHWH is "pierced" but they mourn for him (Y'shua) as an only begotten son. YHWH cannot literally be "pierced"; therefore, this refers to Mashiyach who has the Spirit of YHWH in him. The matter of the Father raising the dead is confirmed in verse 21, but we also see in this verse that the Son takes on the role of His Father as His Firstborn, for both Resurrection Power and Judgment.

[3] Literally, "He has removed himself." (PY)

[4] Qnoma literally means, "Underlying substance." (PY)

[5] All form of science and religion has a "Messiah" and "priesthood." A "name" carries authority, or "branding" just as a university awards degrees in its "name". Honor and recognition by the faculty or "priesthood" extends the use of the "name" to its "disciples." Y'shua comes in his Father's Name; mankind struggles to distinguish the Name of YHWH, versus the name of man.

As for those two guys getting all hot and bothered over the supposed anti-Semitism of Matthew 27:25, read this.

As for their complaint about Revelation 2:9, it just so happens, we have an article on our website about that.

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