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The Blessing of Rebekah - Genesis 24:60 - Part 2

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The Blessing of Rebekah - Genesis 24:60


Part 2

They Establish Their System

Sitting in the gates of the enemy takes on monstrous forms that have less to do with God's intentions for the nations and much more to do with bizarre and idolatrous self-will. The story of Esther will be interpreted one way or the other, depending on your mindset. The interpretation we will now discuss is not a good one: The forcible subjugation of the nations to an alien law.

The anti-Christian system has already celebrated its engagement with the Abraham Accord. It is only a matter of time before the "House of One" in Berlin is ready for occupancy, the temple in Jerusalem built and the people asked to pay the "temple tax". All this was only possible because the enemies of the enemies are sitting in the gates of many countries, especially in the gates of Christian countries, because Christians are naturally not considered friends to them. Anyone who claims otherwise is contradicting the apostle Paul, who said clearly and unequivocally: "As regards the gospel, they are enemies ..." Romans 11:28a

In our days, Jesus' statement takes on a completely new dimension for us Christians when he calls on us to "Love your enemies, and bless those who curse you ...", which is also found in Matthew 5, the chapter in which we read nine times: Blessed!

Are they not the ones who are hostile to us? Are they not the ones who curse us? Moreover, like the green crescent faction, they abuse their seats in the gates to install the anti-christian system in our days, to crucify the Lord once again and hang his sons like criminals. And yet, let us constantly call out the two commandments of Jesus to one another: "Love your enemies! Bless those who curse you."

Outlook For The Coming Night

It was 2014 when we began our intensive Old Testament Bible studies. Since then, we have been reminded with every new piece of the puzzle that the last days of this age will soon be ushered in. The fact that we ourselves should and must come so close to the labor pains of the last days has also surprised us. Well then, the study of the Tanakh (OT) in connection with the New Testament (NT) gives us great joy until this day, despite the dark clouds. But third parties want to spoil it for us, therefore: Let's keep going!

Don't forget, in the future every Goyim (non-Jew) will no longer be allowed to study the Old Testament (OT). If they do, they must be killed according to their law, a truly creepy and alien law that serves to establish totalitarian rule. It is already being promoted ever more brazenly in the USA in order to establish it in Christian churches in particular. We speak of the so-called seven Noachide commandments (with appendix there are actually 620 individual laws), which do not exist. Nevertheless, on the basis of these "invented" commandments, which they will soon introduce worldwide and declare to be law, they are changing our LAW, that is to say, they are dissolving democracy, eliminating our freely constituted basic order and forbidding, as they already do, to think differently. Christians face death for reading and studying the Bible and for their faith in Jesus because, according to their understanding, the New Testament only contains lies. Anyone who believes lies and studies them must be killed in accordance to the Noahide commandments.

With the completion of the "Third Temple" project, the Noachide commandments were probably also introduced and became obligatory for every Goy (non-Jew). They were developed by rabbinic Judaism (from around 70 AD), but are not, as they claim, found in Genesis 9 and have nothing to do with Noah. The covenant that God made with Noah, Shem, Ham and Japheth is a one-sided covenant. In it, God makes a self-commitment. The LORD assures mankind that he will never again flood the earth with a worldwide flood to wipe out people and animals from the earth. God chose the rainbow as a sign of the covenant. This is the covenant with Noah and his sons and is valid forever for all mankind.

Let's take a look at the things God spoke about in Genesis 9 after the flood:

  1. The animals are afraid of man because they have been brought under his force.
  2. The animals serve man as food, just like the green herb.
  3. Blood should not be consumed because it contains the soul of the animal.
  4. Whoever sheds human blood, his blood shall also be shed.

The only statement that God will later also include in the Decalogue concerns the killing of a human being, for whoever sheds the blood of a human being, his blood shall be shed. In the Law of Moses, this commandment and the reasons for carrying out the death sentence and who is to carry it out are described in more detail. In Genesis 9, however, it is not explicitly stated who carries out the sentence. We may, indeed we must, assume that God reserved the execution of the death sentence for himself at that time, because God's principle of justice has always applied: "Vengeance is mine, I will repay." This can be found in Deuteronomy 32:35 and Romans 12:19, among other places. Two examples from the first book of Moses show that God actually carried out the death sentences himself in the book of Genesis.

Example 1: Genesis 38:7: And Gher, the firstborn of Judah, was evil in the eyes of the Lord, and the Lord killed him.

Example 2: Genesis 38:9 And Onan knew that the seed should not be his, so it came to pass, when he went in to his brother's wife, that he corrupted him to the ground, so as not to give seed to his brother. And what he did was evil in the eyes of the LORD, and he killed him too.

In a very familiar NT passage, God, not a man, first killed the husband and then the wife, and why? The answer can be found in Acts 5. https://simson-project.com/Bibel/apostelgeschichte-5.html

What did rabbinic Judaism extract from the text of Genesis 9?
Their so-called Noachide commandments:

  1. Faith in God - no idol worship
  2. Respect and praise of God - do not blaspheme
  3. Respect for life - do not murder
  4. Respect for the family - do not commit adultery
  5. Respect for the right to property - do not steal
  6. Create laws - establish a court of justice
  7. Respect for creation - do not torture animals.
Source: (from the synagogue in Pergamos ...) https://de.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/998918/jewish/Die-7-Gebote-Noachs.htm
We only set the link for educational reasons, otherwise we expressly distance ourselves from the content of this website.

According to a seemingly more plausible list from this synagogue, it reads somewhat differently:

  1. Commandment to administer justice;
  2. Prohibition of idolatry;
  3. Prohibition of blasphemy;
  4. Prohibition of fornication;
  5. Prohibition of bloodshed;
  6. Prohibition of robbery;
  7. Prohibition of the consumption of blood.

Source: https://auslegungssache.at/806/die-noachidischen-gebote/
We only set the link for educational reasons, otherwise we expressly distance ourselves from the content of this website.

From the latter source, we can learn how rabbinic Judaism makes deductions and conclusions without the content of a text actually indicating this. They even use texts from the NT and interpret them as they see fit. In this way, antichristian ideas are spread among the people in a barely perceptible way. Now the example of Acts 15:20, which is discussed on the website under the heading "Interpretation". James says: "Therefore I judge not to trouble those who turn to God from among the Gentiles, but to write to them to abstain from pollutions of idols and from fornication and from suffocation and blood. James judged about these four things.

Now that synagogue claims that James is referring to the Noachide commandments in his speech. What does leaning mean here? If James had done so, he would not only have fallen flat on his face with their doctrinal edifice, but would have been buried under its rubble. The Noachide commandments do not exist and did not exist, not even at the time of Jesus. At best, such interpretations were buzzing in the virtual debating chambers of rabbinical Judaism, which were set down in writing in the Talmud after the destruction of the Temple in 70 AD.

Note: The Talmud is nothing other than the written record of rabbinical disputes that they had with each other over many generations.

As we said, even during James' lifetime, the discussions took place mainly orally and in the minds of the rabbis. Let's go back to the example (Acts 15): The choking, according to rabbinic Judaism, referred to cruelty to animals. What should they be confronted with? Once again, they have not read carefully and are missing the point. A former teacher would have said to us about such an interpretation: Mr. Meyer-Müller-Schulz: Thank you! Sit down! F! "

It is not their ignorance, for James is clearly not talking about animal welfare (on this subject see Proverbs 12:10), but about the visible display of the holiness and purity of the newly converted Greeks, for the witness and help of the Jews.

So what does it mean to keep away from the suffocated? James uses the Greek word pniktos -πνικτος - which means to strangle or to die from a shock without bleeding to death. Now we think that strangling large animals is hardly feasible. Who could hold such ropes or attach them where without causing material damage? The cattle would rage and rampage for their survival, the beams would bend, the walls would shake and the ropes would break. No, this is not about cruelty to animals, which has no historical evidence, quite the opposite. What is conceivable, however, is that James may have been thinking of farm animals that were killed by predators. Big cats, for example, kill their prey either by breaking the neck or by gripping and squeezing the windpipe with a bite so that the prey suffocates, with hardly any bleeding. So when it comes to suffocation, it is always death without blood loss. The meat of these animals is not suitable for human consumption and is not at all beneficial to health. However, James' verdict is not about the physical integrity of the new Christian, but about the fact that they should not allow themselves to be troubled, for example by the Noahide commandments, but should only keep away from unclean things, i.e:

  1. no defilement through idolatry (sacrifice and/or service),
  2. no defilement through fornication,
  3. no defilement through unclean asphyxiated animals,
  4. no defilement through the consumption of blood.

It is also important to know that James does not base his verdict on the Mosaic Law. He refers to Genesis 9, so he paraphrases his reference by saying: "Moses has had in every city since ancient times those who preach him and read him in the synagogues on the Sabbaths. There were Jewish meeting houses everywhere in the Roman Empire and beyond, just as there are today. And what does a Jew read in relation to the suffocated in the first book? "Only flesh with its soul, its blood, do not eat." Genesis 9:4: Everything that moves and creeps on the earth may be eaten since the flood, except for two things: blood and dead animals that have not been bled out - in other words, animals that have not previously been properly slaughtered for food purposes should not be eaten.

Do We Have A Precept Or a Ban in Genesis 9:4?

We are still pondering this question and why? Because we do not read a command in the text. When God told Adam that he may eat from every tree of the garden except the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, God used the word zawa (צָוָה ), which means to command or to decree; this word, or anything even remotely similar, is not found in Genesis 9:4. The verse simply ends with two words: " not" and "eat". The following are various translations of this verse.
1: Hermann Menge - 1939, 2: Elberfelder 1905, 3: Martin Luther 1545.

  1. Only meat that still has his soul, namely his blood, in it, you must not eat.
  2. Only the flesh with its soul, its blood, shall you not eat.
  3. But do not eat the flesh that still lives in its blood.

We note that Martin Luther has rendered the text excellently. In his translation, we do not find "you must not" or "you shall not", and why? Because it is not in the basic text. What do we conclude from this? The verse contains neither a command nor a prohibition. God speaks here like a caring father: "Do not eat the flesh that is still alive in his blood." If someone nevertheless eats the flesh, there are no consequences from God's side; this also applies to the consumption of blood. Nevertheless, eating it has negative consequences. The consumption of blood can, for example, trigger autoimmune diseases and can change the nature of the person consuming it (as we have observed ourselves) and, in the worst case, the consumption of meat can lead to death. Hence God's caring address to Noah and his sons.

It is not for nothing that the apostle Paul asks the Colossians: "If you have died with Christ to the elements of the world, why do you submit to commandments (such as the seven Noahide commandments) as if you were still living in the world?" Colossians 2 (Highly recommended!) Do not submit yourselves to the elements of this world. Above all, avoid commandments that are devised and prescribed from the religiously motivated interpretations of rabbinical Judaism and the Crescent Society. Their teachings always contradict the sound doctrine of Christ.

We should also not forget that the anti-Christian system is short-lived. It serves firstly to eradicate the wicked from the earth and secondly to subject the righteous to a quality test. God will certainly be a great rewarder of the faithful after the tribulation.

Berlin, March 5, 2024

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