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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What is it?




The church! What is it? It is only found in the English translation of the Greek letter text of the New Testament. It was first used in the King James Version of 1611. King James put out an edict that the word assembly or gathering could not be used and for the translators to come up with something else. The word church from the English text so dominates the religious scene and has conquered the whole world with it control. So lets take a journey drown the lane where the word church and churches are used in the English text throughout the New Testament. Lets examine each Greek letter word behind the words, church and churches. Lets examine the context where they are being used to see if the translators are consistent in their usages of the words when they are translated from the Greek Letter text.

The word churches does not appear until we get to the book of Acts therefore the first part of the study will be confined to the word church and how it is used in the four books of the New Testament. All of the writers are the followers of Jesus that are described as being learners of Jesus. They were all of the house of Judah, which was located by the Sea of Galilee, just north of Jerusalem. They had been selected immediately after his cousin John, the one who immersed him in the river Jordan, had baptized Jesus. From that time, Jesus went about ministering to the people of him.

The angel came to Joseph in a dream to tell him two things that were to happen, one, Joseph was to call him Jesus and two, and he shall save his people from their sins. Therefore, the assignment of Jesus was to save his people from their sins. However, from the Old Testament we learn that Jesus was to redeem his people from the one who owned them and those that had been scattered among the heathen gentiles because of their sins.

The first time the word church appears in the English text is in Matthew 16:18. The Greek text has the word ekkleesian and it has to do with some female referred to as HER. In addition Jesus is saying; that upon this rock I will home build of me being the ones, being the ones invited out. He is not talking of an organization or any other group other than the ones for whom he came, those that belong to him.

Up to this point in the text, Jesus has already said that he came only for the lost sheep of the House of Israel and he had dispatched his learners, to go only to the ethnee. One can only assume that they are one and the same group of people for now. From the Old Testament in Isaiah 50, Jesus is asking for the bill of divorcement that he gave to the mother of the children to whom he is speaking. The proof that it was Jesus speaking; is that he prophesied what would occur to him when he did come and those things happened just as he said they would.

In Isaiah 54, he is telling the barren wife that she has more children than the married wife. All of these chapters of Isaiah are about the wife that had been divorced that Jesus was coming to redeem out of the hand of the one who owned them. We see this in the book of Hosea, where Hosea lived out the drama of the House of Israel being divorced and scattered among the gentiles and to become not the people of God. After being redeemed and pardoned from their sins, they would once more become the people of God.

Twice in the New Testament, the writers later describe these people that were scattered as the people of God for whom Jesus came to save them from their sins. Jesus in the sixth chapter of the book of Matthew tells us that the ethnee are the children of God, when we read the Greek letter Text. They are the ones who have God as their Father. Therefore, if they have been scattered among the heathen rejected gentiles is it too much to expect for Jesus to be the one to invite his people out of the gentiles where they had been scattered. When we examine the verse 18, we find the Greek letter word is the ekkleesian, which is translated church for the first time but they also use the word it to describe who it is that the gates of Hell shall not prevail against. Up to this point, there has been no reference to any thing that we think of as a church and all the words they try to use to describe the church. The word ekkleesian has the meaning of being the ones invited out of the heathen gentiles where they were scattered by the Father. In addition, the word HER refers to the wife of him from the Old Testament for which Jesus came to die so that she could be remarried to him. In other lessons, I have covered the details of her name and the divorce along with the Law of Divorcement. So, based on these facts the church word should not have been used here for it is a people being invited out of the heathen gentiles and they are children of the barren wife. In addition the church as we think of it did not exist until after Jesus had been nailed to the stake where he died willing for the right to remarry his wife and take her home and love her according to the book of Hosea.

In our next encounter with the word church we have it twice in the same verse, Matthew 18:17. However, it is not the same Greek letter word as before. This time it is the word ekkleesia and ekkleesias, both words are of the same family or root words that is the ones invited out of the gentiles. Our context here is that if their is some matter that has to be settled take it to the ones invited out of the gentiles otherwise let the one be as a gentile and tax collector. This is still not what we thing of as a church. It has to do with the being one of those invited out or be as one of the hated gentile enemy.

Always keep in mind that Jesus came only to save his people and not one of the heathen rejected gentiles from the foundation of the earth. When John the Baptist was born six months before Jesus, his father, Zacharias the high priest prophesied concerning Jesus by saying, “Blessed be the Lord God of Israel; for he hath visited and redeemed his people...that we should be saved from (among) our enemies, and from the hand of all who hate us.”

For his people had been chosen out from among those that, he did chose from the foundation of the earth. And that the House of Israel was the only family of the earth that God had ever known, Amos 3. God is not about to changes plans in the middle of saving his people out from among the gentiles whom he has hated from the beginning. Jesus brought salvation only to the House of Israel and all others were excluded. God has never had a gentile church for the hated rejected gentiles of this world. The word church is only used three times in the first four books of the New Testament and each time it for a different word in the Greek letter text. Nevertheless, each time it is the ethnee being the ones invited out of the gentiles as a group of people not an institution or a group function.

The next time the word church is used is in the book of Acts. Acts 2:47. “And the Lord added to the one invited out daily such as should be saved.” The assignment of the Lord was to save his people from their sins, could we expect any less than he would be saving the ethnee who he said were the children of God in Matthew 6:32. We would not expect him to save the hated gentiles, which he has hated from the foundation of the earth. Just because he was in the form of man, he was no less than God, his father. He only did the will of his Father and he said that he done nothings unless he saw or heard it from his father. Therefore, the ekkleesia is the ethnee, his people being saved daily as he invites them out because of those he had dispatched before he ascended on high. Therefore this again is not the church we are looking for as we understand what a church is today.

Our next encounter with the word church is Acts 5:11. “And great fear came upon all the ones being the ones invited out of the gentiles.” Here the word is the same as in Matthew 16:18, the word ekkleesian. As you can see from the Greek text, it is; being the ones, being invited out. The context was that the apostles were doing many signs and wonders in the porch of Solomon of the Temple in Jerusalem. It is not likely that any gentiles would have been allowed in the porch, so once more we know, it is the ethnee being the ones, which are invited out of the gentiles. In addition, there was never a church in the Temple located in Jerusalem. Nor, was the Temple used as a church. Those of the house of Judah did not have to be saved from their sins because they were never divorced and scattered from God.

To God there is only two classes of people, Hebrews and all those that are not Hebrews which we call in the New Testament being gentiles; often referred to as dogs, snakes, and open graves, and the ones having no understanding of the things of God; nothing to be desired by God. In addition, God considered them dead and of their father, the Devil.

The next time we come to the word church it is one of the most glaring mistakes in the New Testament concerning the church, Acts 7:38. I won’t even bother to copy the English for the whole verse is so corrupted that it makes a shame of the work of the translators to think that there was a church in the wilderness. There was never a church in the wilderness for only the Hebrews were in the wilderness at the base of Mount Sinai in Arabia with “the messenger, the one talking to him in the mountain and of the fathers of us who received the oracles living to give to us.” The whole context of this verse is all about the Hebrews, which had just been invited out of Egypt and had been paid for with the Egyptians and the Ethiopians. It was the ekkleesia, the whole house of Israel known as the people of him and he would be their God. This tragic error for the use of the word church tells us that each time the word ekkleesia or ekkleesias and ekkleesian are used, it is the ethnee being the ones invited out of the heathen gentiles where they had been scattered.

This lesson could go on for the completion of the 117 times that the word church or churches are use and the result will be the same. It is the ethnee being the ones invited out of the heathen rejected gentiles of this world whether they be in Jerusalem, Corinth, Rome or any other city.

Before I close the lesson I will go to one of my favorite use of the word ekkleesian, the same word that Jesus used in Matthew 16:18. The verse comes to us from the writing of Paul to the ethnee among the Ephesians, Ephesians 5:27. “That he should be presenting HER to himself glorious, being the ones being the ones invited out have no spot or wrinkle or any such thing but that she may be holy and flawless.” This verse ties the ethnee as being the wife of Jesus that he came to redeem. It is not the church for the church is an organization, a place, or even a gathering of people referred to as an assembly. Jesus came for his people to save them from their sins. This is the one verse where the writers us a single Greek letter to say who the people of God are. I will use the Romanized version, which is the single letter in Greek, EE as in ethnee.

She is never an it and her name is not the church, but she is the wife of the Lord, known as the ethnee being the ones scattered following the divorce. He died that he could annul the first marriage vows so that she could be once more married to the one who had died for her. Jesus then could present her glorious to himself being the ones invited out, the ekkleesia, the ethnee, the lost sheep of the House of Israel.

In addition, to prove who they were he would pour out his Spirit on the ethnee as it was on the day of Pentecost. They would be the ones, being the ones anointed. The outpouring of the Holy Spirit was only for the whole house of Israel, and not for the heathen rejected gentiles of this world.

As there is, no church because the gentile translator having no understanding of the things of God created something that never has existed in the Greek Letter Text. All they had to do was to examine the context where they placed the word church and see that it was wrong each time it was used, all 117 times. The translators ware so insistent on using the word church that in one verse it added by the translators where no word existed. It was sold to the gentile church as the infallible word of God with all of its mistakes and errors. The gentile church bought it “as is”.

The ethnee have never been elevated to the place of being the people of him for the gentile translators concealed them among the heathen gentile of the biblical text by their very choice of the words they used for the people of God with their Latinized translation method with all of its rules of grammar. In the Latinized method where grammar is king.





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