Saturday, April 3, 2010

were you there when they rolled the stone away?

1 comment:

Anders Branderud said...

I want to comment.

[To differentiate,]The historical person was named Ribi Yehoshua. His name was later redacted into Jesus by Hellenists.

His authentic teachings were written down by his apprentice student Matityahu and were later redacted into the “gospel of Matthew”. In his true teachings one finds that he taught – just that which is written in the Tank’’h) – that humankind are required to do their utmost to keep the directives in Torah non-selectively. The followers of Ribi Yehoshua were called the Netzarim and their message was always antithetical to Christianity [note 1].

Furthermore, the historical Ribi Yehoshua – ha-Mashiakh (the Messiah) was not an “incarnate man-god”. [2] The Netzarim never accepted the “NT”, because its teachings contradict Torah. [3]

Ribi Yehoshua – ha-Mashiakh - lived and kept Torah – i.e. kept the directives in the Torah - with the sincerest of his heart, died innocently and became a sacrifice. Because of this the Creator can give His forgiveness for the shortcomings in keeping the directives in Torah of everyone doing his/her sincerest to keep His Instructions found in Torah; and to everyone turning away from their Torah-breaches to instead starting to do their sincerest to keep the Creators’ Instructions in Torah. This is perfectly in accordance with Yekhezeqeil [“Ezekiel”] 18 and Yeshayahu [de-Judaized to “Isaiah”] 1:17-18 in Hebrew.

Relating to the Creator exactly in the same way Ribi Yehoshua did – i.e. observing the Creators directives in the Torah – leads oneself into an intimate relationship with the Creator, which is very meaningful!

1.These statements are proved in the website of Netzarims website [the only legitimate Netzarim, located in Ra’anana]
2. Read more in the website in note 1; History Museum; Mashiakh-section (top menu)
3. Proof in this link on my blog: Link