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Bible part of the few

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2 Esdras 13: 1611 KJV


The part of the Bible few have read

These are things never mentioned in any DD or ThD program.


As I've written in an email back in October 2019, certain Pauline and Petrine epistles place Yeshua or Jesus in Heaven at this moment, at the right hand of his Father Abba (Ἀββᾶ) [Aramaic: אַבָּא; Hebrew: אָב].


These are the verses: Romans 8:34; Ephesians 1:20; Colossians 3:1; Hebrews 10:12; and 1 Peter 3:22.


However, I've also pointed out, in the same email, that Jesus himself claimed, very explicitly, if you really bother to take note of his words only, that he would be on planet Earth with you, until the end of this age (Matthew 28:20).


According to the narrative below, the "Aish Rabbi" says that the Talmud states that Jacob, when he was on his deathbed, wanted to reveal the date of the Messiah's arrival to his children, but God took the knowledge away from him just at that moment (Pesachim 56a):




Based on an incident mentioned in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 98a), the same rabbi also states that it is clear not only the Messiah may come at any time, but that he is among us today.


The article also states that it is clear, that there can be a person with the potential of the Messiah in every generation.


There was one who may have come as far back as Rabbi Yehoshua's time (the proper Hebrew name for Jesus in the Greek Translation of the Old Testament known as the Septuagint, is Yehoshua), and no doubt there were great people with such potential all throughout our history until today.


Think, for example, of the incarnations I mentioned in Lineage of the Blessed Hermes (LBH) article:




The Geʽez script, however, which is the basis for both the written Amharic and Tigrinya languages, mentions that the Messiah will come from somewhere else.


The Geʽez language is the liturgical language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, and the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The Orthodox Tewahedo biblical canon, at 81 books, is the largest and most diverse biblical canon in traditional Christendom.


I especially like the chapter of 2 Esdras 13 in that wider biblical canon, which mentions the Messiah coming out of the sea, and with a mouth like a flamethrower. The Bible portion often referred to as "2 Esdras, Chapter 13", is also known as "4 Ezra, Chapter 13" [link 1, link 2].


There are at least two modern and distinct versions of 2 Esdras, Chapter 13 on the internet.


The New Revised Standard Version Anglicised, shown at the link below:




And the Common English Bible version, shown at the link below:




The chapter of 2 Esdras 13 reveals that the man who, in the vision, comes up from the heart of the sea, is the one whom the Most High, or the sovereign or supreme Yehovah (Lord), has been keeping for many ages (read: for many incarnations), the one who will liberate God's creation all by himself.


A literal fire and storm will come out of this man's mouth (the Messiah), and the Most High will deliver those who are on Earth.


And bewilderment of mind shall overcome those who inhabit Earth, and they shall even plan to make war against one another in that time.


And when these things take place, then the Son of the Most High will be revealed, who was seen coming up from the sea in the vision. Maybe he comes from out of this point in the sea:




And when all the nations hear his voice, all the nations shall leave their own lands, and their respective battles, and will be gathered together wishing to come and conquer the Messiah.


He will stand on the top of Mount Zion, something which shall come, and be made manifest to all people, prepared and built, like a mountain carved out without hands — similar to the Book of Daniel story (Daniel 2:34).


And the Messiah will reprove the assembled nations for their ungodliness, and will reproach them with their own evil thoughts and deeds, with which they shall be tortured, either literally, or through the most massive kind of verbal abuse and disparagement ever experienced by self-important men.


And the Messiah will destroy them without any apparent effort, by means of the Law, which is symbolised by the fire which comes from his mouth. Maybe this is the Law mentioned:




And a more peaceable multitude shall gather, and will experience the salvation of the Messiah.


And the Messiah comes out of the sea both figuratively, and literally. Just as no one can explore or know what is in the depths of the sea, no one on planet Earth can see Yehovah's Son, except those who are with him, in the time of his day.


The word 'zion' in Mount Zion, from the Hebrew noun tsiyyon [צִיּוֹן], can mean dry place or signpost, but according to Dr Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg, the word comes from the verb letsayyen [לְצַיֵּן], which means "to mark something", or "to emphasise something".


Google Translate mentions instances with these meanings: to denote, to specify, to mark out, or to signify, as the most frequent meanings of letsayyen [לְצַיֵּן].


So it seems that a resident of the actual Mount Zion is a delineate, not a citizen or member of a human zoo.


He or she is someone, in other words, who has been chosen, denoted, or marked out by the Messiah himself, clearly for his more peaceable, thoughtful temperament towards the Lord, rather than his hostility or arrogance.


The meek shall inherent the Earth (Psalm 37:11; Matthew 5:5), after all.


MT Kaisiris Tallini




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