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It would be nice if Christians and Jews knew a little more about the Christian faith. Jesus is the King of the Jews and shepherd for the people of Israel. Thus, all Christians must feel like Jews and part of the people of Israel, because Christians do not pray to a deity who is not responsible for them. This is also reaffirmed or supplemented by Paul in the Epistles to the Romans.
For the Jews here on earth, this means that from one day to the next they will be able to welcome about a billion new Christian Jews into their ranks. Thus, Christians are also part of the people of Israel.
In the 5th book of Moses, chapter 24 sentence 16, there is zero inheritance, zero collective guilt, and I quote:
Parents should not be executed for the crimes of their children
and children not for the guilt
of their parents.
Everyone should be punished only for their own sin.
(End of quote)
And in Ezekiel chapter 18 sentence 18 and following it says, zero inheritance, zero collective guilt, I quote:
But his father blackmailed and robbed others.
He was a bad role model for the whole people.
That is why he must die because of his guilt!
But you ask, 'Why shouldn't the Son also be punished for
the guilt of his Father?' and I
Because he stood up for law and justice!
He has observed and obeyed all my
commandments, so He will remain alive.
Only those who sin must die. A son should not be held accountable for
his father's guilt and a father should not be held
accountable for his son's guilt.
(End of quote)
The Jews who live here on earth today will therefore have to forgive generations worldwide to Christians, their grandparents and great-grandparents, because your God to whom you pray expects this from you. You should not engage in collective masturbation in which you accuse alleged opponents of crimes that their grandparents or great-grandparents etc. are said to have committed, but for you Jews and Christians you should live according to the commandments of your God and you should not be resentful to the children of murderers even as Jews.
Also in paul's so-called Epistles to the Romans it is reaffirmed in chapter 3, sentences 29 to 31 that the God Father of Jesus is the God of the Jews to whom they pray. I quote:
Or is God alone the God of the Jews? Isn't he also the God of the Gentiles? Yes, certainly, even the pagans. For it is the one God who makes the Jews righteous by faith and the Gentiles by faith. How? Do we abolish the law by faith? That is a long way off! Rather, we establish the law.
(End of quote)
Actually, there were so-called Gentile Christians and Jewish Christians at that time, depending on which faith people switched to Christianity and now the Christians, Christian Jews and part of the people of Israel, thanks to Jesus the King of the Jews and shepherds for the people of Israel. Unfortunately, due to lack of space, the (Christian) Jews cannot all live in Israel. The neighboring states are simply not able to compromise to want to provide the Jews with much more land.
From the beginning, the Christians also poached Jews and first poached a tribe of Jews, and today they have poached at least two to three tribes of Jews. Thus, Christians are part of the Jewish people.
In the 10 Commandments it says, among other things: Thou shalt not kill, namely in the second and fifth books of Moses and in the Bible comes the book of Joshua in which, among other things, it is described how the Jews of the tribe of Benjamin conquered land in northern Palestine.
Also in the book of Exodus (2nd book of Moses) the 10 commandments are described in chapter 20 from sentence 2 and in the following 25 chapters the construction of the Ark of the Covenant is described, how the Jews are to conquer city after city and expel or kill the people.
God (The name of God is abbreviated in Latin letters as YHWH, or referred to as Tetragram. Unfortunately, in the time of Moses it was not customary to write down the vowels in words and so scholars today argue about how the name of God should be pronounced. Since early supposedly scholars Rabis and popes saw the words of God as their personal treasure, which they had to keep secret from the world. Only for this reason did they come up with the idea of interpreting the commandment that you should not pronounce the name of your God unnecessarily, so that they completely banished the name of God from the Bible or Torah.
The Roman Catholic Church interprets the name of God with Yahweh, at least in the Bible by Herder Verlag, edition 2009.
If the Jews and christians had not forgotten the name of their common God, they would have noticed earlier that they pray to one and the same God and that there should possibly be no great differences between Jews and Christians.
"Thou shalt not use the name of God unnecessarily."
Jesus revealed the name of the Father to people. God has a name that is not "God." In the Torah scrolls found in the Dead Sea in the 50s, the name of God appears in the ancient Hebrew texts, often. Jehovah's Witnesses have already revealed the name of God in their proper name, even if more recent interpretations of the Bible also allow the proper name Yahweh. Scholars may argue about whether Yahweh or Jehovah is correct, but "God" is not the name "God," and the dog is not called a dog, but Bello, for example.
You are allowed to mention the real name of God in prayer. Just because it says somewhere that one should not pronounce the name of God unnecessarily, to banish it completely from most Bible translations is certainly the wrong way.
In my EU standard translation of the Bible by Herder Verlag from 2009, the name Yahweh appears several times.
Even if many Christians do not like Jehovah's Witnesses, their revised Bible translation from 2013 (grey cover) in Appendix A4 still contains some interesting things that you can read. More at JW.org .
On the subject of "Thou shalt not use the name of God unnecessarily."; is more likely to be the habitus customary in the USA to swear by the Bible in court. In this context, it would be correct to say, "Thou shalt not call God as a witness or swear by Him or the Scriptures. When the judge in the U.S. makes a defendant swear by the Bible, he knows that he has no true Christian in front of him. (Matthew 5:34).
In the Torah / Bible is in the 2nd Book of Moses chapter 23, sentence 23/24
"then you shall not worship their (foreign) gods, nor serve them, and you shall not do as they do; but you shall completely destroy the foreign idols and completely tear down their holy pillars."
When God says you should smash other people's holy pillars, then that means, for example, the mosques of the Moslems. The Christian churches cannot be meant, since Christians pray to Yahweh like Jews and people who pray to the same God should not kill each other.
is the fact that Jesus is not a lamb, but man at the time. Only in the Gospel of John is Jesus referred to 2 times as the Lamb of God. Only John refers to Jesus as the Lamb of God and not the entire Christian community. Why many Christians think they are a flock of lambs is not clear. Although Jesus speaks in parables and there is also a "symbolically comparative language", man is man and not a lamb and both our God father and his Son Jesus know this.
Fortunately, the claim that Christians are a flock of lambs is only known in the Gospel of John.
Luke 10,3 Go; behold, I send you like lambs in the midst of the wolves.
/* At that time this meant the Jews and other foreign religious people, Muslims did not exist at that time. */
John 21,15 Now that they had held the meal, Jesus said to Simon Peter: Simon, son of John, do you love me more than they love me? He says to him, Yes, Lord, you know that I love you. Jesus says to him: Feed my lambs!
/* This is only symbolic language, I care about the Christian community. */
It is also only written in the Gospel of John that Jesus is said to have been called the Lamb and indirectly in Revelation, where the Lamb becomes the lion. Matthew and Mark have nothing of the same. After all, Christians are zero lambs and not flocks of lambs. Lambs were often used as burnt offerings in the Old Testament. Often in the Old Testament it says that lambs are like Aries sacrificial animals.
(Ps 44:23 – to be found in "www.bibelserver.com" Elberfelder Bibel).
Apparently, some Christians made a mistake there. Jesus is kind and his Father is also just. They would not want the people who worship them to suffer unnecessarily and be treated like cattle for slaughter.
To the term lamb, this is what is written in the Gospel of Luke can be seen as a comparative language / terms, so that it is still clearly recognizable that man is man and not a lamb. As pro-Jewish as Jesus is, one can of course also consider equating the word lamb with ram, since the Jews have become known for blowing the shofar horn that comes from Aries.
We Christians should market ourselves positively in memory of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a human woman who gave birth to a human Son Jesus, and our Father (Yahweh) in heaven.
From the point of view of a devout Jew and Christian, many Muslim headscarf women are whores and hookers.
Judah went to a prostitute and he recognized her by the fact that she had covered her face or had veiled her head.
You can also read this in Genesis chapter 38, sentences 14 to 16.
You may want to use the www.bibelserver.com website, where you can compare several different Bible translations.
14 It then drew up a plan. She had noticed in the meantime that Schela, who had long since grown up, should not marry her. So she took off her widow's clothes, covered herself with a veil and sat down at the entrance to Enajim, which is on the way to Timna.
15 When Judah passed by, he thought she was a prostitute because her face was covered.
16 He went to her on the side of the road. "Let me sleep with you!" he told her, not knowing who he had in front of him. "What do I get in return?" Tamar wanted to know.
Unfortunately, there are also many Christians who address too many men with fathers.
Matthew 23:9 says, "
Nor shall you call anyone on earth your Father;
for only one is your Father, the one in heaven.
(End of quote)
What does the cross stand for ???
Unfortunately, there are many Christians who consider the cross to be a Christian symbol, but it is not. The Star of David also has nothing to do with the religion of the Jews.
Unfortunately, there are many or almost only false distorted Bible translations that have not understood the meaning of the Christian faith. Jesus died of a torture stake that was in the shape of a cross, but the cross itself has nothing to do with Jesus. Jesus overcomes death and brings eternal life, and the origin of this happens to be His death on the cross.
Jesus is perceived as friendly by all who have read the "New Testament".
Jesus certainly does not want us Christians to suffer as he suffered.
Mt 10,38 And whoever does not take up his cross and follow me is not worthy of mine. (BIBLE WRONG)
Jesus say: And whoever does not believe in eternal life and follows me is not worthy of mine. (RIGHT)
Mt 16,24 Then Jesus said to his disciples: If anyone wants to follow me, deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. (BIBLE WRONG)
(Jesus say, correct: Whoever wants to follow Jesus should not deny himself, but believe in eternal life).
Mk 8,34 And he called unto himself the people and their disciples and said to them, "If anyone wants to follow me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. (Bible WRONG)
(Jesus say, true: Whoever wants to follow Jesus should not deny himself, but believe in eternal life).
Mk 15:30 now help yourself and descend from the cross!
Lk 9:23 Then he said to all, "
Whoever wants to follow me, deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. (Bible WRONG)
(Jesus say true: Whoever wants to follow Jesus should not deny himself, but believe in eternal life)
Luke 14:27 Whoever does not carry his cross and follow me cannot be my disciple. (Bible WRONG)
Jesus say right: Whoever does not believe in eternal life and follows me cannot be my disciple.
1 Corinthians 1:17 For Christ did not send me to baptize me, but to preach the gospel—not with wise speech, lest the cross of Christ be destroyed. (Bible WRONG)
(Jesus say true: again, the word cross must be translated as eternal life.)
1 Corinthians 1:18 For the word of the cross (eternal life) is a folly to those who have been lost; But for us who will be saved, it is God's power.
Eph 2:16 and reconcile the two with God in one body through the cross (eternal life) by killing enmity by himself.
Col 1:20 and through him to reconcile everything to him, whether on earth or in heaven, by making peace through his blood on the cross (in death and he will live on forever).
Hebrews 12:2 and looked up to Jesus, the beginner and perfecter of the faith, who, although he could have had joy, endured the cross/stake (death) and disregarded the shame and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.
Can I convince you of the correctness of my thoughts and ask you to work to ensure that the Bibles are retranslated worldwide?
Christianity is not a suicide religion. Jesus does not want us to suffer like him.
Jesus was kind or what idea do you have of Jesus after reading the New Testament?