‘Ear’, ‘Body’, or Both? – (Psalm 40:6, Hebrews 10:5)

Hebrews 10:5 references Psalm 40:6 – however, instead of saying ‘ear’ as the Psalm does, Hebrews says ‘body’.

Here the two verses are reconciled and explained in context;

Messiah As Priest, No World Peace Here, Messiah Rules From Above, Levite Priests?

Messiah As Priest, No World Peace Here, Messiah Rules From Above, Levite Priests?

Here a neat table of contents is addressed, and various topics addressed – which ideally allow for better understanding and grasp.

Topics covered;
■ The Priesthood Of Melchizadek Is Recognized By God:
■ Messiah (Christ) Was Sent Here To Become A Priest In The Order Of Melchizadek.
■ What Does This Then Mean For The Levitical Priesthood – Is It Abolished And No More?
■ What is The Need Of A High Priest In The Order Of Melchizadek?
■ No Holy ‘World Peace’ Here Amongst Men, Rather It Is Between The Holy God and Mankind:
■ Messiah Rules From Above, Right Now In The New Heaven And Earth

Shalom.

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‘Christ Is The Image Of The Invisible God’ – (Colossians 1:15 Translated More Clearly)

Here, Colossians 1:15 is lightly re-translated – with the explanation and proofs shared. The purpose is to gain a clearer understanding of what it is communicating – and as a derrivitive this will also show us that there is no such thing as the ‘trinity’.

The ‘suffering servant’ is a Man, Given As A Covenant For The Nation (Isaiah 42:6, 49:8)

Another two fantastic verses which show us that the servant whom G-d sent is one man (Messiah/Christ), who was given as a covenant for the nation (many people) – are Isaiah 42:6, 49:8).

‘Propitiation’: Intercession, Not Human Sacrifice (1 John 2:2, Isaiah 53:12)

This explanation aims to show how God’s good commandments forbid human sacrifices (ref. Deuteronomy 23:16, Ezekiel 18:20), and thus 1 John 2:2 (or any other verse for that matter) is in no way saying that Christ (Messiah) was a literal human sacrifice;

He is the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only but also for the sins of the whole world.
1 John 2:2 ESV

This explanation aims to share both contextually and linguistically.

We will find that the word ‘propitiation’ here in 1 John 2:2, refers to Messiah (Christ) praying to G-d for transgressors (ref. Isaiah 53:12), and does not allude to him being a literal blood sacrifice.

Further, the rule and way of interpretation found within this article, will assist a person in understanding that verses which read along the lines of;

• ‘…the blood of Jesus Christ makes us clean…’ (ref. 1 John 1:7),

• ‘…he was wounded for our transgressions…’ (ref. Isaiah 53:5)

or even,

• ‘He is the propitiation for our sins…’ (1 John 2:2 ESV)

– are figurative and (respectfully) poetic in nature.

https://orthodoxmessianicjudaism.com/2021/03/10/propitiation-1-john-2-2-isaiah-5312/

May it be fruitful.

Shalom v’kind regards,

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Psalm 45:6-7 Translated More Accurately – ‘g’ and ‘G’ (There is No trinity)

Sharing the more accurate rendering of Psalm 45:6-7 complete with brief explanation – showing how there is no ‘trinity’ within it. Shalom.

Isaiah 9:6 – Better Explained (There is No trinity)

Sharing a video explanation of how Isaiah 9:6 does not speak of the incorrect man-made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’. Further, a published Hebrew contextual translation of the verse is also shared – it to, demonstrates no reference to the ‘trinity’. Shalom and kind regards.

Why did Christ say; ‘…my God my God, why have you forsaken me…’?

When the risen King Messiah (Christ) was crucified, some of his very last words were…