The Taunting Riddle
Category: Religious Resolution
There is a deception prophesied across the Bible, which many have overlooked; here is a quick explanation of how it fits together.
Keywords: Deception, Bible, Yeshua, Corner-Stone, jesus, Test, Snare
Summary: There is a deception prophesied across the Bible, which many have overlooked; here is a quick explanation of how it fits together.
The reason people don't see this is understandable, when you realize John's made up gospel misrepresents Yeshua, and Paul finalizes it by making people follow evil as good.
Lets start at the point of entrapment:
So the parable of the wicked husbandmen (Matthew 21:33-46, Mark 12:1-12, and Luke 20:9-19), explains Isaiah 5 in an expanded context.... That those who think they get eternal life, and inheritance from Yeshua's death, are guilty of manslaughter.
At the end of the parable, Yeshua quotes Isaiah 28 about the chief corner stone, that the builders reject.
Isaiah 28 is a bed of adultery, that goes from 28:9-19 (rumor to rumor), with the corner stone in the middle of it, and explains that the covenant with death is disannulled before it even started (by Paul and John).
The reason they confused the matter, is they've taken Isaiah 53 and ran with it; without realizing at the start it defines it as a rumor.
They've also not realized that Isaiah 8, which lays the snare and explains that it is to catch out "those quick to take the spoils"; links with Zechariah 5, explaining the city built upon blood shed (Habakkuk 2) is to catch out those that would swear falsely, and those caught red handed, literally covered in the blood of the saints.
The real outcome for Yeshua's death was to fulfill Zechariah 11; which states if 30 pieces of silver are paid for the price of his head, and put in the potters field in the house of Israel, than inheritance and grace is cut off, thus ending the Abrahamic covenant and divorcing Israel.
Now there are tons of interlinking metaphors and descriptors, there is reams of explanation possible; yet just wanted to write it out, since it so complex and see how short one could make it.