Ground Zero Revisited
There are three major reasons why there will never be peace in the world.
Hidden behind all the fancy footwork is the denial that Eashoa is the Messiah prophesied by all the Scriptures.
There is the denial by those who simply don't believe in 'intelligent design;' i.e., an omniscient creator, God, Elohim, Allaha, or whatever one calls Him. There is no point in addressing these people here; the topic is not whether or not 'God exists' but that the Messiah prophesied by all the Scriptures was in fact Maran Eashoa Msheekha who came to the world two thousand years ago.
There is the denial by those who don't understand the Scriptures, it's too complicated for them, or it takes too much time to read -- some people reckon it's just not worth it, life is too short.
However, there are those who want to know the truth, once and for all, 'tell us, what does it take for us all to live at peace with each other?'
The three reasons are based on three assumptions.
First assumption is that the Scriptures represent the truth, how Allaha (Elohim or God) created the universe, etc.
Second is that the Scriptures are translated correctly, that there was a plan, a covenant with humanity to send a Messiah who would redeem humanity after the fall -- the fall being inevitable due to 'man's sinful nature' (however one defines it) -- everyone was ejected out of Paradise and had to live with opposition for the rest of their lives.
Third is that Eashoa is the Messiah prophesied by the Scriptures, who would offer redemption to everyone and proffer the everlasting life -- as was promised before there was evil introduced in the 'world.'
Finally, it does not seem fair; but this is the 'world' we live in.
We can choose to ignore all the Scriptures, in which case we live as anarchists or choose one of the political systems offered by world governments.
We can choose a certain interpretation of the Scriptures and follow the traditions given.
Or we can follow the Scriptures that Eashoa Msheekha (Jesus the Messiah) read from in the synagogues of Galilee.
If we choose what Maran Eashoa Msheekha taught, we should live according to His Will.
Eashoa warned His disciples to be aware of the hatred that exists in the world against His teachings.
The peace that He wished His followers was going to be different from the peace that the world seeks.
The interpretations of the Scriptures must be through the Ancient Aramaic language, (which is the only scribal language that Maran Eashoa Msheekha used,) otherwise the end result will be Satanic deception.
World peace is a fantasy which Satan pretends he can accomplish and that he can offer it to his followers. The followers of Eashoa Msheekha, however, shall only live in peace by following His Way.
The world is skeptical. Professors teach evolution; they're skeptical about who Eashoa Msheekha was. Atheists and the jaded intellectuals refer to Jesus as an 'ignorant peasant.'
The 'learned theologians' consider Eashoa an imposter. They teach that peace and justice in this world are the product of human endeavor, subject to human values and democratic principles, such as limiting speech to what is sanctioned by the ruling party.
Under such systems, the truth can only be hinted at allegorically. It was the same at the time of Eashoa Msheekha; that's why He told parables. The one that comes to mind is in Mark chapter 12, verses 1 to 11.
Mark 12:1. And he began speaking to them in parables. “A man planted a vineyard and put a waterway around it. And he dug into it a winepress and built in it a cellar, and he took on workers and went to observe from a distance. 2. “And he sent servants to the workers, to receive in season from the produce of the vineyard. 3. “However, they beat them and sent them empty-handed. 4. “And again, he sent them other servants, and they too they stoned and wounded and sent them back impaired. 5. “And again he sent others, and they too they killed. And a great many other servants he sent; some they beat, others they killed. 6. “Finally, he had one beloved son and he sent him to them; for he said, 'Perhaps they will be ashamed of my son.' 7. “However, those workers said to themselves, 'Here is the heir, come, let us kill him and ours will be the inheritance.' 8. “And they saw fit to kill him and cast him outside the vineyard. 9. “What will the owner of the vineyard do therefore? He will come and annihilate the workers and give the vineyard to others. 10. “And did you not even read the Scripture? ‘The stone that was rejected by the builders, became the cornerstone?’ 11. “‘It was thus from Maryah and it is a wonder to our eyes.’”
May 16, 2015
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