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What do you know about a fact that is not a religion, but a belief (faith)?

June 9, 2009
grapes are not allowed during the vow

45Therefore many of the Jews who had come to visit Mary, and had seen what Jesus did, put their faith in him. 46But some of them went to the Pharisees and told them what Jesus had done. 47Then the chief priests and the Pharisees called a meeting of the Sanhedrin.


The Plot to Kill Jesus – John 11th chapter

 “What are we accomplishing?” they asked. “Here is this man performing many miraculous signs. 48If we let him go on like this, everyone will believe in him, and then the Romans will come and take away both our place[c] and our nation.”

 49Then one of them, named Caiaphas, who was high priest that year, spoke up, “You know nothing at all! 50You do not realize that it is better for you that one man die for the people than that the whole nation perish.”

 51He did not say this on his own, but as high priest that year he prophesied that Jesus would die for the Jewish nation, 52and not only for that nation but also for the scattered children of God, to bring them together and make them one. 53So from that day on they plotted to take his life. (see also John 18th Chapter) It is the church that is the vow to God, being that Jesus is the Godhead of the Church.

Could we question a high priest? That is a very good and interesting question. I don’t think so, not if you are Christian or Jewish. You want to believe that there was a situation and this is what was made of the situation. Most of all you do not want people of different pedigrees and blood lines trying to tell you no and that, “you don’t know nothing.”

First of all, to say that Jesus did not die on the cross is a lie. Jesus is the same that is from the tribe of Judah and the Levite (Matthew 1st chapter). On the contrast, it is not merely politics that I can’t read anything but the Torah or the Bible; however, I am not from the line of Ishmael. I am a Pastor first to my family – a Priest. Then I am a minister, a Representative of God to the entire world, on behalf of Jesus – from the line Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. I like to sit where ever the first available seat is. I don’t oppress people. I feel that we are equal in God’s eyesight. I will stop terrorism by any means possible. I don’t like my family intimidated or made to feel lost or inferior to anyone.

Many religions say that you should speak the truth. I tell you that I have been homeless and search trash cans; but my only hope was to be lifted up in the last day for eternal life, to be a daughter of Zion, a daughter/woman of God. I don’t want to be your wife. I have a ascertainable blood line of the Jewish tribes of Israelite (Exodus 29:9; Exodus 27:21). So there is always a fear of perishing on the outside, being hungry, destitute, hopeless, helpless, but I know that this world will fade away and that God has eternal life waiting for me. I never doubt, not for one minute. Jesus says that all that he gained he did not lose. I believe that Nazarite vow, all Gained he will never lose. I am a Priest and not lay (a follower). If I could prove that I was not a permanent Jewish person then I could make sense of every folly e-mail that I get. I don’t read the Koran because I am too busy researching the truth; which is my heritage. If I did not have to teach the laws of the Torah, then maybe I would read the Koran. However, I am not being paid to read it and so I don’t have the time. I still maintain my sanity, when I say that I am not lost and I follow no one. The Apostle Smith said that, if no one else it is I, that must pastor my children, and not you or anyeone else.

 Jesus did die on the cross and I know this by reading, living and walking in the light (Exodus 19:6, Exodus 33:16; Exodus 11:7 ; Isaiah 53:1 and John 11:49-51 and John 18:1-14; John 12:37; Psalm 118 and Exodus 15:6-8). So I am sorry Jesus has come and already fulfilled all of the prophecies.

Naso Portion: Numbers 4: The Nazirite

 1 The LORD said to Moses, 2 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘If a man or woman wants to make a special vow, a vow of separation to the LORD as a Nazirite, 3 he must abstain from wine and other fermented drink and must not drink vinegar made from wine or from other fermented drink. He must not drink grape juice or eat grapes or raisins. 4 As long as he is a Nazirite, he must not eat anything that comes from the grapevine, not even the seeds or skins.

13 ” ‘Now this is the law for the Nazirite when the period of his separation is over. He is to be brought to the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. 14 There he is to present his offerings to the LORD : a year-old male lamb without defect for a burnt offering, a year-old ewe lamb without defect for a sin offering, a ram without defect for a fellowship offering, [a] 15 together with their grain offerings and drink offerings, and a basket of bread made without yeast—cakes made of fine flour mixed with oil, and wafers spread with oil.

 16 ” ‘The priest is to present them before the LORD and make the sin offering and the burnt offering. 17 He is to present the basket of unleavened bread and is to sacrifice the ram as a fellowship offering to the LORD, together with its grain offering and drink offering.

 18 ” ‘Then at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting, the Nazirite must shave off the hair that he dedicated. He is to take the hair and put it in the fire that is under the sacrifice of the fellowship offering.

 19 ” ‘After the Nazirite has shaved off the hair of his dedication, the priest is to place in his hands a boiled shoulder of the ram, and a cake and a wafer from the basket, both made without yeast. 20 The priest shall then wave them before the LORD as a wave offering; they are holy and belong to the priest, together with the breast that was waved and the thigh that was presented. After that, the Nazirite may drink wine.

 21 ” ‘This is the law of the Nazirite who vows his offering to the LORD in accordance with his separation, in addition to whatever else he can afford. He must fulfill the vow he has made, according to the law of the Nazirite.’ ”

The Priestly Blessing

 22 The LORD said to Moses, 23 “Tell Aaron and his sons, ‘This is how you are to bless the Israelites. Say to them:

 24 ” ‘ “The LORD bless you  and keep you;

 25 the LORD make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you;

 26 the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace.” ‘

 27 “So they will put my name on the Israelites, and I will bless them.”

Suggested Readings: Haftorah Judges 13:13

In the worldly current events, Week of May 30th, 2009: 

  5. To open a Muslim dialogue, Obama visits Saudi king – Yahoo! News,
  6. Obama whitehouse, 

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You got out of a bad relationship because it was bad,
but you are still resentful and angry 
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
You got out of financial debt, but you still can’t
control the desire to spend on frivolous things
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
You got out of a bad habit or addiction, but you still long to
try it just one more time
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
You said, I forgive you, but you can’t seem to forget and have
peace with that person
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
You told your unequally yoked mate that it was over,
but you still continue to call
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
You got out of that horribly oppressive job, but you are still
trying to sabotage the company after you’ve left
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
You cut off the affair with that married man/woman, but you
still lust after him/her
(you let the devil leave his bags) 

You broke off your relationship with that hurtful, abusive person, but
you are suspicious and distrusting of every new person you meet
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
You decided to let go of the past hurts from growing up in an
unstable environment, yet you believe you are unworthy of love from
others and you refuse to get attached to anyone
(you let the devil leave his bags) 
When you put the devil out, please make sure he takes his bags! 

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