Ebionites Vs Christians
Category: Religious Resolution
Most people haven't been taught early church history, and so have been mislead to follow the Anti-Christ's teachings.
Keywords: Messiah, Christianity, Ebionites, James, Petros, Christ
Summary: Most people haven't been taught early church history, and so have been mislead to follow the Anti-Christ's teachings.
Prophetically Zechariah 11 was fulfilled when the Sanhedrin rejected Yeshua, and thus nullifying the Abrahamic covenant in Zechariah 11:10. When they paid 30 pieces of silver for the price of Yeshua's head, they divorced themselves nullifying the Sinai covenant in Zechariah 11:12-14.
The early church were called the Ebionites in contexts of Zechariah 11:10, meaning the Poor Ones. These all gave up wealth, were vegetarian, and believed the commandments were the way to Heaven; the same as Yeshua taught when asked in Matthew 19:16-21, Mark 10:17-21, Luke 18:18-22 - that if we are to gain eternal life, we should follow the commandments, follow Yeshua, and give up wealth.
The early church with James the Just head of the Church of Jerusalem stood against Pauline Christianity, which claimed Yeshua came to die as an atoning sacrifice. Paul's ideology like that of the Sanhedrin before, had been that the "death of the righteous could atone for the sins of that generation"; which Yeshua had stood against (Matthew 23:27-38, Mark 7:1-13), and taught in the Parable of the Wicked Husbandmen, that after his death, they'd teach you got inheritance from his death, yet you'd be condemned by God.
The early Ebionite Church shared bread in remembrance, the same as Yeshua taught at the last supper; where he specifically told them not to drink of the vine least they lose their reward (Matthew 10:42, Mark 9:41).
Yet Pharisaic Judaism, and then the Roman Catholic Church endorsed the drinking of alcohol as part of the ceremony, and thus Holy Communion was established as a form of Vampirism; where if we drink the blood of an immortal, we will gain eternal life.
Simon left the Ebionites, and joined Paul creating Christianity in Antioch (Acts 11:25-26); which is where Yeshua called him Petros, meaning a small pebble that will trip us up. This is prophesied in Zechariah 3:9, and Isaiah 8:14-16 that before Yehoshua there will be a stone of stumbling, that will deceive the nations.
The reason Pauline Christianity needed to be invented was that the Roman occupation of Israel was based on a high taxation of the people, which the Sanhedrin organized. The Sanhedrin felt that if everyone gave up wealth, and joined Yeshua's 'cult', as they didn't accept he was the rightful descendant of David, and King of Israel, they felt this would end the movement; yet instead it got worse. Eventually the Roman Empire ransacked Israel for 3 and half years, until they eat each others flesh due to starvation; as prophesied in Zechariah 11:9, and Deuteronomy 28:53-55.
Which meant the Curse of Moses can be proven to be placed two thousand years ago on the Jews, as we can show from history; that Deuteronomy 28 has happened to the whole house of Israel over the last two thousand years because of it.
Paul went out of his way rewriting these prophecies, and making it seem to the Gentiles that the Jews are still a chosen people; whereas they were cut off, and those who join on to a divorced wife, commit adultery as Yeshua stated in Matthew 5:27-32. The statement in Matthew 5:29-30 about blind in right eye, and removing the right arm is in reference to Zechariah 11:15-17; where the Rabbi have lied to humanity for the last two thousand years, making the religion of Judaism about their doctrine, and not about the Lord's.
Paul goes into great emphasis of how we have to work to pay the Roman taxes; whereas Christ had taught God gave everything we need for free.
Muhammad's uncle was said to be an Ebionite, and when his uncle died, his prophetic utterance stopped. Which means it is likely that the knowledge in the Quran came from the early Ebionite Church (Nazarenes), who were opposite to Christianity.
When the Bible is read that John, Paul, and Simon were Pharisaic Christianity Vs the Ebionites James, Jude, Revelation, and the Synoptic Gospels, it makes far more sense of the Parable of the Wheat and Tares, & the Sheep and Goats.