Monday, November 6, 2017

His own, received Him not!

  The Gospel of John (Apostle John) 1 explains  that Immanuel came into the world, and the world knew Him not.
He came unto His own, and His own, received Him not.
The witness(Jn.1:15) is John the Baptist.
  The world (chaos) during this time was the House of Israel (10 Northern Tribes), and the House of Judah. Immanuel was born in Jerusalem in a little town of Bethlehem. The details of the birth of Christ was Prophecy - for 4,000 yrs..
  Why Jerusalem. This the center of the Tribe of Judah, and Benjamin: which represented the House of Judah. Over time it had become the epicenter of Hypocrites (fakesters). The Roman Empire was in charge, and they appointed Religious-leaders.
Christ went there for good reasons!
  "His own" - Mary (Christ Mother), her Cousin Elisabeth (both her Parents, John the Baptist, and Lazarus, we're of the Tribe of Levi. This is the Priest Line. They recognized Christ as Thee-Priest. The majority of the people "did not receive (accept) Him."
  Judah was covered in bondage. The citizens were awaiting a Deliverer in the form of a king.
This scene could be replayed in 2017. The Scriptures gave details, but the People missed them. The next deliverer of the world, will be the Fake-Christ (Anti-Christ): sadly, many will flunk this test as well.⏳

3 comments:

  1. Fake-Priest today wear robs. They make, and enforce laws, that are contrary to the Word of the LORD. This was the Levi-Priest job to educate, and enforce the Laws.
    The above, are but two ways to i. d. Hypocrites. Don't get caught ignorant!×6⏰

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  2. The Priest wore certain attire. We are admonished to look at the "fruit that the Tree produces"
    The Lion whelp (Gen.49) is praise that represents the Tribe of Judah. Stop honoring, and following Non-Believers period.💡

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  3. John 5:39 "Search the Scriptures, they Testify of ME."
    J.5:36 You did believe Mosses then, or MY Words now (2017).
    Point? The Scriptures could never offer Eternal-Life!×3🎯

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