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.


Why did Jesus have to die?

Did Jesus really have to die? What was the reason that Jesus had to die? Before we can answer those questions and several more, we will have to investigate the case from the beginning. The first question among many is, was Jesus the Son of God? We get our answer by listening to the voice that came when Jesus was baptized in the River Jordan, God said, “This is my son in whom I am delighted.”

Now returning to the Old Testament we find that when God lead the Hebrews out of Egypt with His mighty arm to cross the right hand branch, of the Red Sea on dry land. They were lead by a man named Moses whom God had called 40 years before to lead His people out of the land of Egypt. After crossing the Red Sea God lead them to Mount Sinai of Arabia where He told Moses that He had chosen this people to be His people and He would be their God. There was no option for those at the foot of the mountain as to whether or not they wanted to be the people of God. God saw those people who were known as the Hebrews and are the descendants of Abraham and Sarah, as one family. In reality, they were two families, which later God talked about them as two sisters. He was betrothed to these two sisters and became married to Aholah and Aholibah.

In Jeremiah 3:8, “And I saw, when for all the causes whereby backsliding Israel committed adultery I had her put away, and given her a bill of divorcement; yet her treacherous sister Judah feared not, but went and played the harlot also.” God, now, no longer had two wives but only the one remaining wife, Judah. Therefore, because of the law of Deuteronomy, God was now required to keep His own law that He had given to His people.

After sometime during which the people of the house of Israel had been scattered among the gentiles, Jesus came asking for the bill of divorcement that He had given His wife.

In Isaiah 50:1, “Thus saith the Lord, Where is the bill of your mother’s divorcement, whom I have put away?” We know from the content of the chapter that it is Jesus for He described how He was to be abused by the gentiles before He was to be slaughtered. It included that His body would be wounded for the transgression of His divorced wife. These wounds would be for the healing of the adultery that they had been doing, which had caused the divorce in the first place, “and with his stripes we are healed.” The prophet is telling the people the things that are going to take place when He was to redeem His wife whom He had divorced. “Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise him; he hath put him to grief.” Here we see it is God, the Father, who is going to lay the stripes upon Jesus through a Roman soldier.

Now concerning the blood, Leviticus 17:11, “For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your soul; for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul.” It was necessary for Jesus to shed his own blood for His own soul so that He could make atonement for His people.

We have now completed the gathering of facts concerning Jesus having to die. Did Jesus gives us any clues to the fact that he was going to die to remarry the wife. Jesus in the middle of the narrative on the mountainside makes mention of the law of divorcement by quoting the Old Testament passage. Indicating that he knew he was going to have to die to remove the handwritten document that he had given his wife when he divorced her. That is why in Isaiah 50 Jesus was asking for the bill of divorcement. He knew well that to annul the first marriage vows; one partner had to die before the divorced wife could be remarried.

Now go to the place where He was going to die and let us examine the death in greater detail instead of looking at the scene of the crime as a first glance type of thing.

When it came time for Jesus to die, He went willingly to Jerusalem where He knew all of these things in advance for He told them to His learners. Where had He learned of these events? He learned them from the Old Testament text which He had available to Him. We know that He could read as He did read from the scroll of Isaiah in chapter 61. His very conversation was many times were just quotations from the Old Testament.

Jesus went through several trials before being condemned to die on the stake by the hands of the Romans. Another carried His cross to the place for the execution. He was beaten with stripes by the Romans as was promised that the Father would lay upon him. He was placed upon the stake to die the death of suffocation because of the weakness of His body after the many hours of being abused and being up all night before the execution was to take place. Upon closer examination, we find that he was not killed on the cross for he died willingly, by giving up the ghost. When the soldiers came to break His legs, they discovered that Jesus was already dead. The soldiers pierced His side just to be certain that He was dead, when issued forth blood and water. He was then taken down from the stake between the Sabbaths. Jesus was buried in the tomb of a rich man that the rich man had prepared for himself.

Now to list the things that Jesus did to fulfill the law, not to do away with the law just as He said.

He died to redeem His wife whom He had divorced and put away. If He was to remarry His wife without dying then it would have been an abomination before God. One party of the divorcement had to die allowing them to remarry. If the house of Israel had died then there would be no one to remarry and the results would have been wasted. The only thing that Jesus could do, was to die and rise again to be able to remarry His wife of her youth. Which is exactly what He did, for the Father raised Him up in 72 hours that His body might not see decay?

In Peter’s writings years later to the house of Israel, Peter confirmed that the stripes laid upon Jesus by the Roman soldier were the stripes that would heal Israel of her adultery. The stripes laid upon Him were not for physical healing of the body with all of its sickness and diseases.

Jesus had to die for the House of Israel and no one else. He was beaten with stripes because he had divorced his wife for her adultery that He might heal the house of Israel of her adultery. He had to shed blood even though He was already dead for the atonement of His own soul for what He had done in divorcing His wife for her adultery.

Jesus trained his learners, of the house of Judah, of the tribe of Benjamin. He would dispatch these men to go and find those children of the wife where they had been scattered by the Father among the gentile nations of the earth. He would invite them out from among the unrighteous gentiles where they had been scattered by his Father.

All of the things concerning His death and resurrection have been covered in more detail in other lessons on the web page.

Now, concerning the gentiles, who claim through the church, they can be saved by the death and resurrection of Jesus. There was no biblical text for the first 350 years after the death and resurrection of Jesus. There were texts that had been copied and passed around and used by the church. In North Africa, the Catholic Church, who had been in operation for all of those years took the various accounts of Jesus’ death and made the biblical text much like we have today. The text was the property of the Catholic Church and only they had the right to translate and distribute it. It was tightly controlled by the heathen church who had its origins in the mystery religions of Babylon and the dogma of the church was well entrenched by the time that they compiled the text we now call the bible. The meaning of the words had been changed and words left out all in an attempt to support the heathen church. It was all designed to bring the heathen gentiles into the church so that they could deceive them as they had been deceived by those who had gone on before them. It is the heathen bible for the heathen gentile church, which has never been something that was conceived by God in the beginning. The Church of the Lord Jesus Christ has always been an organization for the purpose of deceiving the gentiles of this world. Their source of information comes from the corrupted heathen inspired bible.

No GENTILES have ever been saved or redeemed and none have ever been converted to the children of Israel that they might remarry when the wedding day comes. In addition, no gentiles have ever been healed of their adultery, known as idol worship. The answer is simple; Jesus did not die for the rejected gentiles of this world who have been rejected from the foundation of the earth. Any one telling you so, is a liar, the truth is not in them, and they are of their father the devil.

Remember there was no New Testament in the days of Jesus and His learners. Those that were dispatched to find the lost sheep of the House of Israel only had the Old Testament and those letters passed around between those being invited out from among the gentiles, where they had been scattered by the Father. They did not take the message to the gentiles of this world, that Abraham was their father also. If their Mother was not Sarah then they were rejected gentiles. I do mean rejected from the beginning and without hope and without a chance for salvation. Oh, gentile man, do you not understand? It is all about the wife of Jesus. You do not mess, with another man’s wife.

For more details on the stuggle of the ethnee against the ethnoon and the conflict of having the heathen rejected gentile church of the Lord Jesus Christ which is diabolically opposed to the House of Israel. Go to my alternate web page at Ekkleesian being the ones invited out of the heathen gentiles where they were scattered by the father following the divorce.


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