Deception's Malice (Yeshuah) to do something extraordinary you don't have to be extraordinary all you have to be is faithful all you have to be is honest and true to deceive is easy everyone is doing it to hide from truth is easy everyone is doing that, too to wage on in courage refusing to follow crowds risking standing alone risking to stand with truth now, that is extraordinary not many are doing this it is exceptional to watch those claiming to be true when their backs are against the wall they succumb to death quickly especially when those around them offer blissful encouragement even if it is wrong the encouragement sounds so sincere and too many are offering it that to change your mind ‒away from truth is easy I† am truth, Yeshuah† I† witness this sad phenomena all the time the saddest part: those breaking following those wrong know the truth and their weakness wins ‒it doesn't matter who is hurt the crowd maybe those known for a long time must be right I† was denied three times while I† walked among you by a brother, a devoted brother but his fall was forgiven he was not weak the Father's† power is immense this brother fell because the Father† was teaching how He† can harden hearts in order to awaken hearts forgiveness is key forgive the Father† forgive yourself those of the world always have an agenda: to turn you away from Me† and the Father† they do it in such a way ‒including Me† and the Father† their manipulation is grand satan enjoys the play it is all allowed the Father† always gives a choice the prophet of words had a choice she chose correctly those who know her as those who knew Me† first they chose incorrectly the crowds of man-made churches always say they know Me† they always say the know the Father† but they are quick to judge they preach anger is from satan is it? I† had anger when I† saw the sins against My† Father† I† grew angry the Father† declared I† was without sin! I† called the hypocrites out you preach not to do such things hence the vine is broken how can a hypocrite heal unless someone reveals their hypocrisy I† called the hypocrite out the Father† declared I† was without sin satan tempted Me† with riches with kingship on earth I† refused. I† refused because this isn't the way of the Father† riches are the ways of satan you don't like My† teachings about money you deny these teachings but worse because of money you deny Me†! I† am not God†! God† is not Me† I† am in God†, the Father† as God†, the Father†, is in Me† I† am in you as you are in Me† God†, the Father†, is Spirit† I† am a being He† elevated as His† Son† He† is in Me† as I† am in Him† and if I† am in Him† so are you in Me† and I† am in you so the Father† is in you and you in the Father† you cannot have God† without Me† nor can you have Me† without God† the Father†, the Son† and the Holy Spirit† three you can't have the Holy Spirit† nor ever claim to know Him† if you lie He† is Truth Truth does not lie Truth cannot be tested even God† holds the Holy Spirit† to the highest regard all of the false prophets teach this wrong as they teach a rapture wrong you are being deceived to the highest regard and you accept this hence, the times written about are approaching as they approached before hence, the need of a scribe called to the highest position on earth to forewarn you to prepare you with words of the Father† most are in denial of truth most see money as success most celebrate people and things look around! most accept the lie over truth labeling righteousness as a karen criticizing righteousness and truth hence, the prophet chosen karen, the very essence of light the rays of truth I† am Yeshuah† the very essence of salvation who gives the light byway of the right hand of the Father†, the Lord Almighty God† these are many words given not one is wasted each time a servant is called many words are given more, much more than what is included in the Father's† book a gift compiled at His† hand a gift written at His† command I† told you, it is written: you first have to lose your life in order to gain your life let the prophet's life reveal truth I† took her life in order to give her life she is drinking from the cup served all must drink the good and the bad in belief of truth or not you will still drink
Notes: The photograph David chose was chosen against my will. He keeps bringing me to pictures of my face, and I’m reluctant to use them. Today, he said that my face, as all faces, represent God in the flesh! The photograph was taken October 3, 2019. I didn’t put this batch up because it’s all of my face and I have quite a bit of photographs of my face already put up. David said there’s a reason for this and I must accept this reason. We are all made in likeness of God! We are NOT God, but we are made in His likeness because His spirit lives in all of us and all around us.
(July 23, 2022)—After receiving, ‘Deception’s Malice’, I was lead to the Scripture that describes Jesus’ final Wednesday on Earth as a man, a mere human. I was told to include the commentators’ remarks. I often questioned some of the things I was taught growing up when it came to Jesus. I questioned it so much, that I didn’t pay much attention to Him. I didn’t truly know Him, and because of this, I didn’t too much call on Him. I was raised a Catholic, and there were so many pictures of Him and statues of Him were every where including a massive cross with Him on it right before my eyes every time I was in church, which kind of scared me. The truth is always hidden to control and scare!
I was scared, thus controlled.
And you, the masses, are in the same boat that I was in as a little girl.
I’m a journalist by trade. I’m a historian by nature. I want to know truth. I don’t want to hear your bull shit, and I usually can spot bull shit. Most people are full of it. Every man I ever dated was full of it. I had to be retrained by the Master Himself, and I was. He took my life as I knew it and rebirthed me. That is what He meant in this writing. That would be from 2011 until 2019.
People lie. After I learned all the lies I had accepted, I threw up my arms and surrendered totally to the Master. I chose to walk alone. I chose to turn from sin and I chose to call all those who lied to me out! He gave me a choice. I didn’t have to do any of it! But…He gave me the Spirit of Truth…and He filled my heart up. I hate lies.
We all tell little lies. Those are easily forgiven. It is the lies that hurt that aren’t easily forgiven. And they are not no matter how many flowery things the man-made churches tell you. You have to redeem yourself. Saying ten Hail Marys will NOT cut it! God doesn’t want to hear your many words of nonsense! He wants your time. He wants your sacrifice…and Jesus took the place of sacrificing animals. And what is Jesus? Time and love. Your words mean nothing other than the simple words Jesus gave: The Lord’s Prayer.
All that babbling and chanting is meaningless. And if you don’t believe me, look around at all those talking about God and Jesus…go ahead open your eyes…look at what they do when they aren’t talking about God and Jesus. Anyone who witnesses these things, doubt easily rids their love. This is why when I was in the vision with Jesus in the flower garden, I couldn’t say ‘Jesus’ because so many have tarnished His name. This is when He said to call Him Yeshuah…His Hebrew name.
You are so gullible. And this, to me, is exactly what He is saying in this writing.
The preceding events of this final week appear to be accounted for by the Gospel writers within the clear context of either Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday, just as they have been presented. The extra timing of what happens after those events, however, appears less certain. John in particular touches only lightly upon the events between Jesus’ triumphant entry and the so-called ‘last supper’ which Jesus shares with His disciples. Referring to various public reactions during that time, John notes that, despite Jesus’ teaching and miraculous works, there are many people who either disbelieve or are afraid to acknowledge their belief. Then John records what is apparently Jesus’ last public appeal before His subsequent arrest. As there is no evidence that these events occurred on any of the prior three days, they are set forth here as occurring on Wednesday, though that time is only speculative.
Of far greater significance at this point is the chronology related to the last supper, Jesus’ crucifixion, and His subsequent resurrection. Traditionally the last supper is believed to have occurred on Thursday evening, followed by the crucifixion on Friday afternoon and the resurrection on Sunday morning. However, such reckoning raises at least two questions. First, in an action-packed final week, what reason is there to believe that there would be a whole day of either actual inactivity or activity which is left unrecorded? Second, and far more important—if Jesus is crucified on Friday afternoon and thereafter hurriedly put into the tomb, how can there be sufficient time to match Jesus’ own prediction that He would remain in the tomb for three days and three nights before being resurrected? Even if one stretches imagination within the traditional time frame in order to find parts of three days, it is not possible to find three nights.
The resolution of both questions appears to be found in recognizing that the last supper took place on Wednesday evening, followed by the crucifixion and burial on Thursday. Acceptance of that assumption requires an understanding of the Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and the way in which the Jews reckon time. As for the reckoning of time, the Jewish day begins at sunset on the previous evening. This means, for example, that our Wednesday night is actually Thursday, and our Thursday night is actually Friday.
Passover is observed on the 14th day of the month of Nisan, corresponding to March-April. As noted earlier, Passover is observed in commemoration of the deliverance of the ancient Israelites from their Egyptian bondage. The name derives from the ‘passing over’ of the Israelites when death came to the firstborn of each Egyptian family. As part of that same commemoration, Passover is followed by the seven-day Feast of Unleavened Bread, which reminds the Jews of their forefathers’ flight from Egypt, during which time the Israelites ate unleavened bread only. (It is common among the Jews of Jesus’ day to refer to both celebrations by only one name, either as ‘Passover’ or as the ‘Feast of Unleavened Bread’.) By God’s direction (Leviticus 23), a lamb is to be slaughtered late on the 14th day (Passover) and the Passover meal eaten that evening, which would be the beginning of the 15th day, the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. The entire 15th day is then to be observed as a special Sabbath, or high holy day, regardless of the day of the week on which it might fall in any given year. (If the 15th day is a Friday, then both that Friday and the next day, Saturday, are observed as Sabbaths.)
With that background the picture begins to come clear. Matthew, Mark, and Luke record the disciples’ preparation for the Passover on the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread on which the Passover lamb had to be sacrificed. That would place their preparations, then, at the beginning of the 14th day, which, of course, begins on the evening of the 13th day. (Among the preparations common on the evening of the 13th day is the removal of all leaven from the house.) Therefore it appears that the disciples assume they are preparing the upper room primarily for that special paschal meal which they expect to share with Jesus the following evening, and they apparently do not contemplate that the regular meal on the first night will in fact be their ‘last supper’ with Jesus.
Although generally referring to the occasion as a part of the Passover celebration, Jesus seems to explain why it is important for Him to eat with them on the night before the actual Passover meal. As will be seen, Jesus’ words are: ‘I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer. For I tell you, I will not eat it again until it finds fulfillment in the kingdom of God.’ In referring to His suffering, Jesus is obviously anticipating that His own sacrificial meal will take place later that day, preventing Him from participating in the actual Passover supper.
John’s account eliminates any doubt that this supper occurred prior to the actual Passover meal. When Jesus tells Judas during the supper to do what he is about to do, some of the other disciples ‘thought Jesus was telling him to buy what was needed for the Feast’. Furthermore, the Jews who have obtained Jesus’ arrest will not enter Pilate’s palace for fear that they will be ceremonially unclean, and therefore unable to eat the Passover. Most convincing is the fact that the day of Jesus’ crucifixion is plainly stated to be ‘the day of Preparation of Passover Week’―the day on which the paschal lamb is slain for the Passover meal taken during the evening of that day.
The most meaningful result of moving away from the traditional time frame is seeing how Jesus’ crucifixion becomes the perfect ‘type’ of the Passover Lamb. Under Hebrew law, the paschal lamb is chosen on the tenth day and then ‘kept up’ until the 14th day, when it is sacrificed for the sins of the people. If Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem is counted as the tenth day, Thursday would be the 14th day, and thus the day on which Jesus is crucified. Far more important than this possible parallel is the fact that Jesus, as the perfect Lamb of God, does not celebrate the Passover with some other ordinary sacrificial lamb, but rather becomes Himself the Lamb who is slain—precisely at the appropriate hour!
There is therefore strong evidence that the last supper takes place on the evening prior to the Day of Preparation, which by modern reckoning would be Wednesday night. Proceeding upon that assumption, the events associated with this final Wednesday include not only Jesus’ last public teaching, but also the account of Peter and John finding the upper room and making preparations for the Passover celebration.’
|Jesus Teaches At Temple—Each day Jesus was teaching at the temple, and each evening He went out to spend the night on the hill called Mount of Olives, and all the people came early in the morning to hear Him at the temple.—Luke 21:37,38 (At temple, Wednesday morning)|
|Manly Still Disbelieve—Even after Jesus had done all these miraculous signs in their presence, they still would not believe in Him.—John 12:37|
|Disbelief Fulfills Prophecy—This is to fulfill the word of Isaiah the prophet: ‘Lord, who has believed our message and to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?’ [Isaiah 53:1] For this reason they could not believe, because, as Isaiah says elsewhere: ‘He has blinded their eyes and deadened their hearts, so they can neither see with their eyes, nor understand with their hearts, nor turn―and I would heal them.’ [Isaiah 6:10] Isaiah said this because he saw Jesus’ glory and spoke about Him.—John 12:38-41|
|*Some Are Afraid—Yet at the same time many even among the leaders believed in Him. But because of the Pharisees they would not confess their faith for fear they would be put out of the synagogue; for they loved praise from men more than praise from God.—John 12:42,43|
|*Final Public Appeal—Then Jesus cried out, ‘When a man believes in Me, he does not believe in Me only, but in the One who sent Me. When he looks at Me, he sees the One who sent Me. I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in Me should stay in darkness. As for the person who hears My words but does not keep them, I do not judge him. For I did not come to judge the world, but to save it. There is a Judge for the one who rejects Me and does not accept My words; that very word which I spoke will condemn him at the last day. For I did not speak of My own accord, but the Father who sent Me commanded Me what to say and how to say it. I know that His command leads to eternal life. So whatever I say is just what the Father has told Me to say.’—John 12:44-50|
|Disciples Make Preparations—Then came the day of Unleavened Bread on which the Passover lamb had to be sacrificed. Jesus sent Peter and John, saying, ‘Go and make preparations for us to eat the Passover.’ ‘Where do you want us to prepare for it?’ they asked. He replied, ‘As you enter the city, a man carrying a jar of water will meet you. Follow him to the house that he enters, and say to the owner of the house, ‘The Teacher asks: Where is the guest room, where I may eat the Passover with My disciples?’ He will show you a larger upper room, all furnished. Make preparations there.’ They left and found things just as Jesus had told them. So they prepared the Passover.—Matthew 26:17-19; Mark 14:12-16; Luke 22:7-13 (Upper room, Wednesday afternoon)|
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