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.


Eternal life by John

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

This is the first verse that children are taught in children’s church when they first attend Sunday school

It comes from the third chapter of the book of John, the fourth book of the Greek Letter text.

The lesson today is about the verse that was written by John, the book contains 21 chapters of misinformation to the evil gentile church. What we first notice is that all it takes is for anyone to believe and they can receive eternal life. All of the references given in a center column reference listing all come from all the books that follow the book of John. There are no references coming from the Old Testament. We know that in the days of Jesus that the only text the people had available to them was the Hebrew text of the Old Testament.

If we begin to do a search for the phrases used in this verse, for example; “loved the world”, the only time this phrase is used, is in John 3:16. If we expand our phrase to contain the phrase before this one, we get the search phrase, “for God so loved the world” and again the only time this phrase is used in the same verse, John 3:16. If we change our search to the next phrase, “he gave his only begotten Son” and again we get the same source for the phrase we are searching for.

So far, the results are zero in our attempt to find these phrases anywhere else in the biblical text. The next phrase we search for is, “whosoever believeth in him should not perish”. We are limited by an incorrect source because it is the verse just before verse 16. In verse 15 he had already said that who so ever believeth in him should not perish. But, we are limited to the book of John and his own writings and nothing from the Old Testament.

When we read the Old Testament and the book of Matthew from the Greek letter text we find an entirely different reason for which Jesus came. In the Old Testament, Jesus had divorced one of his two wives for her transgressions and at which time he sold her to another. The children of her, sold themselves for nothing to the same one. They were now all lost to Jesus because they belong to another. The only way he could get them back was to buy them back from the one who owned them.

There was a problem, before he could buy them back, remarry the wife and get the children of her, he had to die willingly for the right to remarry the wife according to the law in the book of Deuteronomy chapter 24. This would require a miracle; if he died, he would be lost forever and not able to remarry the wife. The miracle was that he would have to put his faith in his father that he would not let corruption come to the body of Jesus and to stand him up again.

God was not going to give him for the sins of the whole world that whosoever believed could have eternal life. Jesus had to die willingly and alone for him to gain the right to remarry his divorced wife because he loved her enough to die for her and her children. His death was limited to only the wife and her children and it would require no believing for they already belong to him after he had redeemed them. He did not redeem them with money but with himself being the price paid to redeem them from the one who owned them. This action of redeeming was limited to the children of Israel, the people of him, to which he was related. Believing had never been part of the prophetic message of the Old Testament when Jesus was going to convene out the children of Israel from among the evil rejected gentiles known as the guim. The reason was that Jesus came was for his namesake, the wife and the children of her and they were required to do nothing. When Jesus dispatched his learners following his resurrection, his instruction to them was to “teach them all things that I have taught you”, then baptism them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, nothing else was required, other than being an ethnee.

We can only conclude that John was writing to the gentile Jews of his day based on the whole book of John. The conclusion is that it is a false message that was given to the gentile Jews as being part of the rejected gentiles from the foundation of the earth.

Paul would take the writings of John and expand it to include all the other evil rejected gentiles of this world that they to could have eternal life if they would believe in any one of his 21 gospels not knowing the truth that there was only one gospel in the Old Testament. The gospel or good news was that those who had been scattered would be convened out from among the evil enemies of God and they could be rejoined to the husband. They could be the bride of Jesus at that time in the future. There will be no gentiles in the number that are once more married to the Lord

As further proof that Paul was wrong is that in Joel the Holy Spirit would only be given to the whole house of Israel, which again was fulfilled in the New Testament on the day of Pentecost. No gentiles have ever received the outpouring of the Holy Spirit for they are dead ones and have been rejected by God for millions of years. Jesus said of the gentiles that they are of their father the Devil and they do the will of him. As they belong to their father, they are not able, for many reasons to be rescued out from the evil gentiles of whom they are a part.

This verse is just one of many in which John is wrong. This is the beginning of the gentile gospel of the New Testament text, whereby; the evil, rejected, gentiles can but believe and have eternal life.

The good news concerning the wife and her children can only be found in the Old Testament.



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