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.

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The ethnee and the ethnoon

A comparative study




This paper is a comparative study in the use of the words, ethnee and ethnoon as used by Jesus and the other writers of the New Testament. This is what I have assumed for the sake of this presentation

  1. The ethnee are the divorced and scattered Hebrews known as the lost sheep of the house of Israel. The Israelites who pertain the covenants, and the glory and the giving of the Law.

  2. The ethnoon are the rejected people, who form all those that are not Hebrews. The ethnoon are always in a state of rebellion against God and the ethnee. The ethnoon have no understanding of the things of God or his ways.

The first time the word ethnee is used in the Greek interlinear is Matthew 6:32. Here Jesus is the speaker and he is saying that the ethnee are related to God, that he is their Father. The ethnee are the children of God, those he chose out from among those he did not choose before the foundation of the earth. This verse confirms what Amos the prophet said in chapter three concerning the House of Israel. The house of Israel was the only family of the earth that God had ever known. As the children of God, they then have a righteousness that was imputed to them at sometime in the past. When God announced that, the Hebrews would be the people of him and he would be their God, they received the imputation of righteousness at that time. The ethnee are neither gentiles nor nations as used in the biblical text.

The first use of the word ethnoon is in Matthew 4:15 when the writer quotes from the Old Testament concerning the land near the Sea of Galilee belong to the ethnoon. The first use of the word ethnoon where we have a difference is Matthew 10:5 where Jesus is dispatching his learners and tells them not to go in the way of the ethnoon but rather go the lost sheep of the House of Israel, the ethnee. Jesus was dispatching his learners to the ethnee, those that had been scattered among the ethnoon following the divorce in Jeremiah 3.

There is a difference between the ethnoon and the ethnee. Jesus instructs the ethnee to seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and the ethnoon do the will of their father, the Devil.

In Matthew 20:25 it is the ethnoon exercising dominion over them and they are great exercising authority over them. The learners are Judahites of the tribe of Benjamin.

In Matthew 24:9; Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all ethnoon for my name’s sake. Here we find that the ethnoon hate the ethnee, the children of God, those that he chose out from those he did not choose. The ethnoon always persecute the children of the spirit for their righteousness. See the account of Isaac and Ishmael in the book of Galatians where Ishmael persecuted the son of Sarah because he was the only righteous son of Abraham

Where do the ethnoon descend from? In the Old Testament when God was speaking to Abraham, he told him he would be the father of many guim. Guim is the Hebrew word for gentiles. In the English they used nations which is incorrect. Paul confirmed that it was ethnoon when he quoted the same verse in the book of Romans.

In the book of Mark, Jesus called his learners to him, and said unto them, you know that they which are accounted to rule over the ethnoon exercise lordship over them; here it is the ethnee ruling over the ethnoon.

Going to Luke 21:24 we find that both the ethnee and the ethnoon are listed in the same verse. “and all the ethnee shall be led into captivity: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the ethnoon until the time of the ethnoon be fulfilled. The words, ethnee and ethnoon are not gentiles which can be changed to nations or gentiles which ever the translators chose. Either they failed to understand or they concealed the ethnee as being the same as the heathen gentiles, which are rejected by God. When Abraham rejected his seven sons because their mothers being Canaanites, God also rejected them.

Jesus said in Matthew 15 that he came only for the lost sheep of the house of Israel establishing that the ethnoon gentiles were not included in the plan to save his people out the ethnoon. Here Jesus fulfilled the prophecy that the angel gave Joseph that he was to save his people from their sins. His people have always been the Hebrews through out the Old Testament and why should it change now in the New Testament.

Paul in chapter 9 of Romans clearly shows that it is the ethnee that are brethren that were saved out of the Jews and out the ethnoon. Paul was delegated by Jesus to be an apostle to the ethnee when he was stopped on the road to Damascus. Paul fulfilled the task that he was assigned to when he declared that he was a minister to the ethnee.

The high point in searching for the ethnee being the children of God was when Jesus assigned and delegated his learners to go to the ethnee and to teach them all things that I have taught you and baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Matthew 28:19. Here it is once more confirmed that the ethnee have God as their Father and that they can be filled with the Holy Spirit. In accordance with Joel 2, we find that only the whole house of Israel will realized the outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

John on the isle of Patmos receiving the revelation of Jesus, the anointed one and was writing only to the ethnee located in the cities of Asia. In Revelation 1:6; “And hath made us kings and priest unto to God and his Father; to him be the glory and dominion for ever and ever.” This verse is very similar to the verse that Peter quotes from the Old Testament in I Peter 2:9; “But ye are a chosen generations, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a purchased people; that ye should show forth the praises of him. Peter does not use the word ethnee but it is understood by him because of his assignment from the Lord that he was to go to the ethnee and tell them the good news.

Returning to the book of Revelations 2:26-27: “And he that overcomes, and keeps my works unto the end, to him will I give power over the ethnoon and he shall rule them with a rod of iron; as the vessels of ceramic pottery shall they be broken to shivers: even as I received of my Father. The English corrupted text uses the word nation instead of heathen gentiles that are rejected by God from the foundation of the world.

In Acts 15:19 which is not in accords to the interlinear where “...that I am not harassing to those from the ethnoon turning back on being the one being the one God. Paul continues in verse 23 where the translators left out the word “out”. ...Unto the brethren that are “out” of the ethnoon in Antioch and Syria and Cilicia.” The same wording concerning the brethren can be found repeatedly that is “the brethren out of the ethnoon.” The writers never say out of the ethnee.

The words ethnee and ethnoon are proper nouns the same as the name of someone listed in the first chapter of Matthew or else where when they write of city or some region of the world. In the Latinized Greek method of translating where grammar is king the ending on the words tell you what part of the sentence that it is. In doing this to a proper noun then destroys the truth of the verse where the word gentile or nations is used for 2 different group of people making them appear as one people, all heathen gentiles.

After studying the Old Testament where the Jesus had two wives. In Jeremiah 3 he divorces the older sister of the two and she is punished for adultery which is idol worship. She was to be redeemed after her time of punishment by God himself being the one to be the price paid to buy her back and pardon her from her sins. All of that appears to be lost in the English translation where the church is supreme above all. It takes a hard study of the words ethnee and ethnoon and the context in which they are used to understand who and what they are. In the process, it will be necessary to go against all that has been taught for the last 2000 years. You will struggle with doubt and question whether all this be true. Your critics will argue that it is has been the church as the center of focus of the New Testament when in reality there is no church to be found anywhere in the New Testament. The whole New Testament is written only to the ethnee, those that were scattered. God said that he would sift the whole world and not lose one.

In the Old Testament, the only resurrection is the standing up out of the dead ones, the whole house of Israel. One thing is constant for the heathen rejected gentile and that is the wrath of God that is coming on them. God is going to take his people, the ethnee, out of here before that fateful day when the wrath of God will be poured out upon this earth and all the ethnoon.

I challenge anyone to take on the study of the word ethnee and ethnoon in the context of their usage. The word ethnoon appears 47 times in 45 verses while the word ethnee appears 54 times in 53 verses. It is not an over whelming task to set aside the Latinized Greek and treat the words as a proper noun for the two group of people in the New Testament.

While you will learn of the ethnee being the people of God in which he is their Father, you will also understand that salvation is only to the ethnee that have been scattered among the ethnoon by the Father. You will find that salvation is for only one class of people who were chosen before the foundation of the world when Jesus became the Lamb that was slain before the worlds began. Those chosen people of God are the Hebrews and no others are accept because of what they do or say. God only loves one race of people from the beginning and he has hated all others for a much longer period of time.

I hope this comparative study of the ethnee and the ethnoon will open your mind as to what does the word of God really say to his people the ethnee.





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