The Wife of Jesus is the ethnee

The people being the righteous children of God from the beginning.

"The righteous people being the ones invited out
and the gates of hell shall not prevail against her"
Matthew 16:18

The ones having been scattered following the divorce,

that he could present her to himself glorious, being the ones invited out.



In First Thessalonians, chapter four Paul begins the chapter talking to the ones being brethren and he ends chapter five talking to the brethren. There are no gentiles included to receive the package of salvation. This is only for those who are of the family of Hebrews, being the lost sheep of the House of Israel. All of his comments are only to the ethnee being the ones saved in Thessalonica. They are not Thessalonians for they are aliens among them from the land of Palestine where they had been scattered by the Father following the divorce many years before. Now the apostle, who was delegated to the ethnee afar off, was bringing them the good message. Part of the package of salvation for the ethnee was that, the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout and with the voice of the archangel and with the trump of God. The dead ones into the anointing shall rise first; then we, who are alive and remain, shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air; and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Paul describes many things that they were to do while they waited for the catching away to take place, where there are dwelling places prepared for them by the Lord.

Chapter 5, verse nine, of First Thessalonians, has two important words for the Hebrews who are being saved out from among the heathen ethnoon gentiles. The first word to examine is the word “appointed”. In the Greek letter interlinear, the word appointed is used for an entire phrase. “That not placed us the one as the one God into indignation but procured as the one saving by reason of, of the one of the Lord being the one to us, of the one Jesus of the one Anointed.”

The phrase is “not placed” when the Authorized Version uses the word appointed. The ethnee was not to be placed in the indignation of God, which tells us that someone else must be placed in the indignation of God. We know that the seed of Satan was appointed to the wrath of God from the foundation of the earth. The seed of Satan are the evil hated rejected gentiles, which in the Greek letter text are the ethnoon gentiles. The ethnee were to receive a salvation that had been procured just for them and no others.

Peter in his writings also uses the words they were appointed but in this case Peter is saying that those who “are stubborn to the one saying something are the ones appointed. But, you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a twice-purchased people that you should show for the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. Which, in time past were not a people, but are now the people of God.” Peter is quoting three verses from the Old Testament joined together into one long verse. Only the Hebrews knew this from the writings of the prophets and the fathers. That they had been the people of God from the foundation of the earth during which time the seed of Satan was at enmity with them. Peter refers to the ethnee as strangers and pilgrims among the ones also being ethnee, which were speaking against them that had faithed and had changed their mind concerning the Royal one from heaven. The Hebrew brethren were to obtain salvation, not the wrath of God, as do those not being brethren.

Jesus’ coming did not offer a conversion plan for the ethnoon who had been rejected before the foundation of the earth. The seed of Satan were promised destruction in the Old Testament and the plan does not have an optional plan whereby they can be converted to the seed of Adam, to those being human.

Paul opens the second letter to the ethnee in Thessalonica; Grace unto you, and peace, from God our Father and the Lord Jesus of the one Anointed. Paul calls those in the city as the ones invited out of the heathen Gentiles, the ekkleesia.

We have many words in English in which if we look them up in a dictionary, the given meaning is very lengthy. To use the word is to assume that the readers also knows the same meaning as you just looked up, otherwise we are not able to communicate effectively with one another and to others interested in using the same words. When I use the word ekkleesia is to understand that the word is not church nor has it ever been. The word ekkleesia requires you to understand a long and lengthy meaning from the Old Testament concerning why the ethnee were located in the various cities around the Great Sea and why they were being invited out from among the heathen rejected gentiles of this earth.

If your frame of reference is the church that forms the centerpiece of the New Testament whereby the heathen rejected gentiles can now be saved from a life of sin, you are just simply and completely wrong.

The message of the Old Testament is that Jesus had to come and die, to be able to be remarried to the wife, whom he had divorced in her youth. He was the redeemer of Israel, those that had been scattered by the Father following the divorce. He said that he forsook her for a moment but would come to her and comfort her while she was in the wilderness during her limited time of punishment for worshipping idols. At no time during this work of preparation was there any mention that the rejected heathen gentiles would be included in any way nor was there a provision that later they would be included after he had redeemed his wife that now the heathen gentiles would be saved from a life of sin.

It was the evil gentile translators that created the church for the evil gentiles to be saved by perverting the text to include the rejected gentiles, who are the seed of Satan from the time before Adam was created from the dust of the earth. It was not only the creation of the word church but all of the other mistakes from the very beginning that went along with the conversion of the Greek letter text from being a text containing only salvation for the Hebrews but anyone else that would believe what they had put down to be the infallible word of God. Anyone can become a Christian in the evil gentile church no matter who they are or which seed they are, their motto is; “We take in all the trash that God has rejected from the foundation of the earth.”

Jesus made it extremely clear; for he said, “I came only for the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” That statement alone excludes all others from being a candidate for the pardon, which he was going to extend to those of his family to which he was related both biologically and genetically. All of those that he wanted were also the seed of Adam, the ones being human. All of the rejected seed of Satan were referred to as being wild animals and will be rejected when the time comes to separate the tares and the goats from the ethnee.

It takes all of the above to give the meaning for both the “ethnee” and the word “ekkleesia” and the reason Jesus came to redeem them. They are both the same group of people, one; describing who they are and second; what they are being asked to do.

Salvation was only appointed unto the ethnee and the ekkleesia, the seed of Adam. The wrath of God was only appointed to the ungodly and the unrighteous heathen gentiles, the seed of Satan. There is a difference between the seed of Adam and the seed of Satan.


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