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Friday, October 30, 2015

Jesus: Not Christ Or Messiah & Never Went To Egypt
Unity Consciousness #531

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1. After the wise men left visiting baby Jeshua (Jesus), Joseph took the three of them into Egypt. (Matthew 2:11-14)

2. After returning from Egypt, Joseph took the three of them to live in Nazareth in Galilee. (Matthew 2:19-23)

3. Mathew 2:23 says one of the reasons Joseph went to live in Nazareth in Galilee was so the prophecy could be fulfilled that Jeshua (Jesus) would be called a Nazarene.


4. Now before this happens, Mary was already living in Nazareth in Galilee before Jeshua (Jesus) was born and before Mary was even pregnant with Jeshua (Jesus). (Luke 1:26)

5. Mary & Joseph both were still living in Nazareth in Galilee after Mary became pregnant all the way up to the point they had to go to Bethlehem in Judah to register for the census. (Luke 2: 1-7)

6. While Mary & Joseph were in Bethlehem, Mary gave birth to Jeshua (Jesus). (Luke 2:1-7)

7. Luke 2:39 says, after Joseph and Mary did everything the law of Moses required they returned to their town, Nazareth.

a) One of things the law of Moses required was for male children to be circumcised on the eighth day.
b) Another thing was for Mary to wait 33 days before she was purified. (Leviticus 12:1-5, Luke 2:21-27)
c) Joseph, Jeshua (Jesus) and Mary were in Judah for more than one month after Jeshua (Jesus) was born before returning to Nazareth . They did not go to Egypt. They went home.

8. The Prophecies and the story surrounding Jeshua (Jesus) contain multiple highly questionable, contradictory details that are ultimately proven to be false by the same bible that makes these claims.
a) Per Matthew 2:15, Jeshua (Jesus) went to Egypt so he could be “called out of Egypt.' This is referring to Hosea 11:1 which says: “When Israel was a child, then I loved him, and called my son out of Egypt.”
This verse is talking about calling Israel out of Egypt [when they were in bondage]. Although this verse was spoken by a prophet it was not a prophecy, it was a reflection.
Since Jeshua (Jesus) never set foot in Egypt, Jeshua (Jesus) does not meet the criteria of prophecy A and never could since it's not even about a person but about the nation of Israel.
Since prophecy A is not a prophecy, there is no criteria for Jeshua (Jesus) to meet so Jeshua (Jesus) is neither confirmed or denied by Hosea 11:1
However, the attempt to create a story that falsely places Jeshua (Jesus) in Egypt to fulfill a false prophecy about the Messiah invites suspicion that Jeshua (Jesus) is not the Messiah because the truth needs no fabrication.

b) He would come out of Bethlehem. (Micah 5:1-2)
The “He” in the above verse is talking about “a ruler.” not specifically about Jeshua (Jesus), the son of God, a Messiah or anyone in particular.
Jeshua (Jesus) was not ruler in Israel.
Jeshua (Jesus) does not meet the criteria for prophecy B.

c) Matthew 2:23 says Jeshua (Jesus) being a Nazarene fulfills what was spoken by prophets about the Messiah.
There is no bible verse found that makes such a statement by any prophet or person other than Matthew.
Prophecy C is not a prophecy and does not confirm or deny whether or not Jeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah. It does however add to the suspicion stated under Prophecy A.

d) In summary, Prophecy A and C are not prophecies and for Prophecy B, Jeshua (Jesus) does not meet the criteria.
Once again, the Jewish belief that the Messiah has not yet come is at least supported by the fact that Jeshua (Jesus) does not fit the criteria for the type of Deliverer Christians are counting on (UC526).
Someone else who has come or is here might be the Messiah but it definitely is not Jeshua (Jesus). All these things are based on the Hebrew-Catholic-Christian bible of Jeshua (Jesus) (the one who inspired the writing of the bible about himself but did not get his own story straight).

9. Three Notes Of Additional Interest:
a) Samson was from Nazareth and he was a saviour who rescued the Israelites from the Philistines. (Judges 13, 16). Samson meets half of the one and only prophecy, Prophecy B. Jeshua (Jesus) meets zero criteria. Samson is more of a Deliverer (Messiah) for Israel than Jeshua (Jesus).
b) The story concerning the Resurrection Of King Herod now makes more sense. Herod didn't try to kill baby Jeshua (Jesus) and did not die when Jeshua (Jesus) was a child and before Joseph and Mary had any other children. Herod was not resurrected from the dead as the Hebrew-Catholic-Christian bible indicates.
c) Matthew has issues.
d) “...Study the Tanakh, and see for yourself that no prophet comes from the Galil!” (John 7:52)

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