(ThyBlackMan.com) One thing that is generally not understood by gentiles, is that salvation was not primarily made for them. Yes, they read that “salvation is unto the Jew first, and also for the Greek”. But that is not completely accurate. Salvation, which is redemption from sin and Satan, was provided because of the Jews.
We, as gentiles, are simply allowed to climb aboard for the ride. Yet gentiles have tried to set policy, and make up their own rules, such as “water baptism is not necessary”. That is a big fat lie. Another is the foolish formula of “the sinner’s prayer”. But it’s not biblical, and no one has ever obtained salvation that way. Who instituted pouring and sprinkling as a substitute for water immersion? Sinful gentiles.
Another roadblock, and Satan’s most successful lie, has been the false doctrine of the trinity. Again, it was invented by gentiles.
Also take note that King James (I) of England, made the big mistake of having gentiles translating the Old Testament from Hebrew texts, when it should have been Jewish scholars doing the translating into
(old) English. Therefore, since sinful gentiles did it, we have copy errors. A Jewish “friend” of Christianity managed to get temporary access to the vault to photocopy certain parts of the handwritten
texts, one of them being the last part of the book of Matthew. Below is what the Catholic regime changed the wording to, to help legitimize their polytheistic doctrine:
18 And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth.
19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:
20 Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.
Now, read the original Hebrew Mathew below, before the Catholics changed it. The book did not have chapters and verses then, but I’ll format the text into such:
18. Yeshua drew near to them and said to them: “To me has been given all power in the heavens and on the earth”.
19 .”Go ye and invite all the people to believe in my name and to do my words
20. “and ye watch over them to confirm all the words which I commanded ye for the everlasting ones.
Take another look. Where did Jesus say anything about “the Father” or “the Holy Ghost”? One might ask, “why did Jesus refer to God as the Father?”. Go read three scriptures. The first being John 3:16, the second being 2nd Corinthians 5:19, and the third being 1st Timothy 3:16.
I’m about do my best to convey the truth of the Godhead. A human being, without sin, had to be the sacrificial Lamb in order to renew the blood covenant between Yehovah and Israel.
Therefore Yehovah “quickened” the womb of Mary with His Spirit, to bring about a male child.
Upon the water baptism of Yeshua, Yehovah bestowed a (special) portion of His spirit within Yeshua, and sent Him out into the wilderness to harness that power and completely put His flesh under subjection. The spiritual entity within Jesus was “God the Father”, speaking to His people.
Yet Jesus was both fully human, and fully divine, being led by Yehovah. The memories of the past, which were before His time, were that of Yehovah Himself. Yes, God the Father (Blue), was in
Heaven, and Jesus the Son (Yellow), was on Earth. But that distinction only lasted for about 15 months.
When Yeshua ascended back to Heaven, in front of His 120 disciples, who we knew as “the Father”, merged with “the Son”, to become a new Entity (Green). For God so loved the world, that He was willing to transform His existence from pure Spirit, into what is now a “Spirit-Human” composite Entity. The “spirit” that Jesus now gives to those that seek it, is His “Ghost”, because that spirit once had a human existence., which is the technical difference between a “spirit” and a “ghost”.
We believe on the name of Jesus by being water immersed using His name, which is the (only) cleansing agent that washes away our sins. When the Ghost of Jesus is given, it will make an audible sound (speak), regardless if the person is mute or not. Salvation begins in Deuteronomy 18:18, which says:
I will raise them up a Prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee, and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him.
Now, allow me to interpret. From verse fifteen, thru the verse above, Moses is speaking to the people, relating what Yehovah had earlier told him. Specifically, verses 15 and 18 are saying about the same thing. After Israel has established itself in the land, God was going to have a special Prophet born, like unto Moses. That means that the Prophet would be of the tribe of Levi, and would address the spiritual needs of the people. Yehovah was going to speak directly to the people through the mouth of the Prophet.
Except for the “being from the tribe of Levi”, most everyone will easily identify the Prophet as being Yeshua (Jesus). Just like Melchezidik, Yeshua was the Priest of the Most High God. But in order to be a priest, you would have to be of the tribe of Levi (Deut. 18:5). A major reason why the priests and elders of the temple resented Yeshua so much, was because Jesus was only considered to be of the tribe of Judah, the tribe of royalty. They put up with John the Baptist, with his preaching against them, and his baptizing away from the temple and its mikvehs, because the elders knew John was a Levite.
Since Jesus was born of a virgin, He had all of the human characteristics and family linage of His mother. His mother, Mary, was the daughter of a Judean, named Joseph, the twelfth generation from the carrying away into Babylon. That is something that the translators messed up on, in Matthew 1:16. The mother of Mary was a Levite, making Mary half Judean and half Levite. Therefore, Yeshua was mostly Levite, passed down from His grandmother.
How do we know that Yeshua’s grandmother was a Levite? Because Mary and Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist, were first cousins. Their mothers were sisters. In order to fulfill the promise made to Moses in Deut. 18:15 -18, Jesus had to be a Levite, in order to become a Priest.
Jesus became the “Priest of the Most High God”, on Tuesday, September 30, 27 AD. According to the Gregorian calendar, Jesus was thirty years and four days old. He was ordained as the “Cohen Gadol” at the transfiguration, on the 10th day of the seventh month, on the day of Atonement. Just like in Egypt, the Lamb’s blood keeps sinful death away, shed at Passover, and poured down the cross into the crack of the rent rocks and dripped upon the West end of the hidden Ark of the Covenant. His burial in Mt. Moriah signified the unleavened bread.
The twenty-four resurrected saints of old signified the First Fruits Offering to God, and the Day
of Pentecost was the reenactment of God speaking at Mt. Sinai.
These four Spring feasts brought about our chance for salvation. The remaining three Autumn feasts play a major role in our final disposition, as explained in Part 7F.
Staff Writer; Herman Cummings
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