By Vic Alexander
The Lord's Prayer offers a glimpse into the real significance of the Ancient Aramaic language. The reason why Eashoa Msheekha used the Ancient Aramaic and not the Hebrew is that He was a Galilean Jew himself. The Jerusalem hierarchy were not meant to accept Him when He came to the world. That's why Eashoa didn't come to the Scribes and Pharisees; He knew they weren't going to accept Him. And they were not expected to do so; He knew that, so He chose twelve disciples from the Galilean Jews to carry out the spreading of His message.
March 26, 2016