Jesus wasn’t Roman nor was he Chinese; but he spoke Aramaic. That’s because he lived in “The Land of the Gentiles”, as Galilee was called, due to it’s eastern immigrant workers. He would have been able to also speak the common Koine Greek, as well; and was aware of the nearby Egyptian, Babylonian and Tibetan religious concepts.
* Yesua said: “I was before David”, “sent by the Father” and Psalms records that “all souls return to God.” Does that not sound like Jesus and all of us are “spirits” with bodies?
* The Bible says that living people are “dead” in their trespasses, so when it says they know nothing while “dead” or “sleeping” is it saying that living people are merely dead spiritually?
* So there must be life after bodily death, especially since Jesus said: “my Father has many abodes”, or “rooms in heaven.” And Paul spoke of the third heaven; thus, are other dimensions of spirit existence being refereed to here?
* Could the transfiguration itself, of the “Christ”; then be explained as ascension, including his going away in the clouds?
* Did not Yesua of Nasseri teach his disciples that they “will be one with the Father”?
Is this really the Catholic Resurrection that’s taught in the West, or may it actually be the original beliefs of Eastern Ascension that was known to the Ancients before the writing of the Bible? If so; then learning about the practices that lead to ascension, are of vital importance! For help in this matter, please click below.
Jordan promise to regain East Jerusalem for Islam April 2, 2013 Jordan’s has an “historic role in securing the holy sites as well as the Palestinian sovereignty over the West Bank and east Jerusalem”.
The head of PLO and the king of Jordan promise to reoccupy East Jerusalem. The head of PLO and the king of Jordan sign an agreement to bid for the reoccupation of East Jerusalem.
According to al-Habash, a new agreement was devised in order to coordinate the protection of the al-Aqsa Mosque and all the Muslim and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem. The agreement reiterated Jordan’s historic role in securing the holy sites as well as the Palestinian sovereignty over the West Bank and east Jerusalem. Jordan’s 1994 peace treaty with Israel recognizes Jordan’s role as custodian of Christian and Muslim shrines in the city, which Israel captured from the kingdom in the 1967 Mideast War.
The Palestinians want the eastern portion of the city as the capital of their future state. The fate of the city and its shrines is to be determined in final status talks with Israel. A statement from Jordan’s royal palace said the agreement signed Sunday between Abbas and King Abdullah confirms a verbal deal brokered in 1924. Abbas’s spokesman, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, said that the Palestinian president and the Jordanian king also discussed future cooperation in light of recent developments in the Middle East, and following last week’s Arab League summit, which approved a Qatari proposal to set up a $1 billion fund for Arab east Jerusalem.
In response to the approval, Abbas said in his speech at the summit: “The Israeli occupation is working in a systematic and hurried way to Judaise east Jerusalem, change its features and uproot its Palestinian residents, attacking the al-Aqsa Mosque and its Muslim and Christian holy sites.” Source: Ynetnews.com
The so-called “historic rights” to control this city, can at best be based on fairy tales. Because even in the Koran, the city of Jerusalem is not even mentioned. Not even once. That the Kingdom of Jordan feel it has divine right to look after the “Christian holy sites” in Jerusalem, is fine. The Kingdom of Jordan’s trace record from 19 years of occupation of the City of David, exposes this Muslim Kingdom. More than 50 synagogues were burnt and destroyed by Jordanians from 1948 to 1967.
That Israel in 1994 acknowledged the Kingdom of Jordan’s right to be custodians to Muslim and Christian “Holy cites”, is a mistake. It gives the Muslims the upper hand in their refusal to let Jews and Christians pray at the Temple Mount. There is a price to pay for Israel’s mistake. From the holiest site of Judaism, Muslim are permitted to throw stones and indulge against Jews and Christians. (Such) forces in Jerusalem have done (little good) , and will continue to do so after the rule of the final antichrist has been established. Only Jesus the Messiah will bring an abrupt end to this, who will lay the final trap for the Jewish people (and other mislead religious groups of the area). Written by Ivar (Added by Revelatory Awakening)
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“Yet allot of; Messianic Jews, moderate Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists agree with many of Jesus and the Bibles teachings. That’s why all should come together as one people of humanity to serve Yehuwah God. He’s our Creator, deserves our worship and we should learn the Bible’s basic teachings. The benefits to a united brotherhood and a greater understanding of ‘truths’ will far outweigh any fears associated with the challenge!” …OUR GOD IS ONE GOD!
”This can be easy, though we’ll have to do it without a religious organization. These have proved throughout man’s ages to become corrupt in a short time. So rather than imitating priests, imams, or shamans; we must investigate ‘the truth, about the truth!’ This requires that our studies include more than a search within the Bible, but excluding much of a theological context. These have added many false beliefs over the centuries, and many a historian has called then pagan beliefs and practice! In recent years archaeologists have uncovered more evidence to prove this.” …TRUST IN GOD WITH ALL YOUR HEART!