søndag 24. mars 2013

Nr. 476: Paul concluded his service among the children of Israel!

Nr. 476:

Paul concluded his service among the children of Israel!

The Apostle Paul was saved to preach in a threefold mission: Gentiles and kings and the children of Israel. Paul concluded his service with preaching to the Israelites who are between Acts 28 and 2 Tim. 4. That is a period of 2 years as we find little mention of the word of God, but still important. There, he was probably among the Jews of Spain? And he was probably also the last time in Jerusalem? Illustration: Jerusalem where Apostle Peter dead and buried, not in Rome as the apostle Paul died. Recommend a visit to St. Paul's church but not Peter's Church in Rome (nb, provokes I now believe?). Illustrative image shows active Cutting mosque that will soon be demolished to make room for the first Antichrist Temple, then Ezekiel temple that will be there during the 1000 year kingdom.

Paul vocation, mission and service!

Acts 9:15 But the Lord said unto him, Go! for me he is a chosen vessel to bear my name before the Gentiles and kings and the children of Israel;


There is very little in God's word on this. What the apostle Paul concluded his service with preaching to Israel, which is between Acts 28 and 2 Tim. 4. Which is than the period of approx. 2 years that we find little mention of the word of God, but still important. There, he was probably among the Jews of Spain? And he was sure one last time in Jerusalem?

This is from the article: "Where did the twelve apostles?"

Where Peter spent most of his time after twelve years in Palestine? The Greek historian Metaphrastes says that "Peter was not only in these western areas"? the western Mediterranean? "But specifically that he was there for a long time." Here we see Peter's thesis in his work for the ten lost tribes. ". . . A long time in England, where he converted many nations to the faith. "(See margin note on page 45 in Caves Antiquitates Apostolicae.)

Peter preached the gospel in England, not in Rome. The true gospel was not preached publicly at Rome before Paul arrived in the year 59 AD Paul never mentions Peter in his letter to the brethren in Rome? most of these had been converted at Pentecost in 30 AD Not even the Jews at Rome had heard the Gospel be preached before Paul arrived. Here we find Luke's inspired account of Paul's arrival to Rome: "After three days he called [Paul] together the leading men among the Jews in that city" (Acts 28.17). And again: "They said to him: We have not received any letters from Judea concerning you. Nor is there come brothers here who has reported or said anything bad about you. But we want to hear what you think, because we know that this sect everywhere meet contradiction. After they had appointed him a day, came even more to him at his lodging. He then laid out for them and testified the kingdom of God and tried to convince them about Jesus from the Law of Moses and the prophets, from morning till evening "(Acts 28.21? 23).

Here are decisive proofs that the Jews of Rome had never heard the apostle Peter preach.

But it had been a "Peter" in Rome? right from Claudius Caesar days. This Peter sat in a prominent position. He was the top leader of the Babylonian mysteries. His ministry was to be a "Peter"? an interpreter, or one that allows for secrets. In Babylonian and Hebrew means Peter "an opening", therefore, the term used in Hebrew for "first born, one that first opens the womb."

This Peter in Rome was also called Simon? Simon Magus, Simon Magus (Acts 8). He was the leader of the conspiracy was hatched by the priests of the Babylonian-Samaritan mysteries. These conspirators tried to use Jesus' name as a cloak for their diabolical religion. They founded what today parading as a false "Christian religion" (see 3 John.). Simon Peter, an apostle of Jesus, was in England and not in Rome. It was in England he preached the gospel of the kingdom of God. The fact that Peter preached in the British Isles is in itself a proof that the ten lost tribes of Israel were already there. Simon Peter had been asked to go to the lost ten tribes. And striking enough began more inner warrior to strike England around the year 60 AD This is what James warns in his letter (chapter 4, verse 1) to the twelve tribes of Israel. Can history be clearer?

Where did Peter and Paul buried?

For several hundred years, the Christian world has taken for granted that Peter and Paul were buried in Rome. It seems that no one has thought to challenge tradition. We know that Paul was brought to Rome in 67 AD He was beheaded and buried on the road to Ostia. But are his remains still there? The usual tradition holds that the apostle Peter was brought to Rome during Nero's time and was martyred about the same time. There are a number of ancient literature? Something false, and something real? Affirming that Simon Magus, the false apostle who paraded as Peter, also died in Rome. The question is: Which Simon is that today are buried under the Vatican? Is there evidence that the remains of the apostles Paul and Peter were moved from Rome? And where in which case they are located today?

There is a reason that the Vatican has been so reluctant to claim that the tomb of the Apostle Peter is found. They are aware that it is Simon Magus, the false Peter, who is buried there, and the apostle Peter. Here's what happened: In the year 656 AD Pope decided Vita Lian that the Roman Catholic Church was not interested in the remains of the Apostles Peter and Paul. The Pope therefore ordered the remains sent to the English King Oswy. Here is part of the Pope's letter to King Oswy:

"We have therefore ordered that the blessed gifts of the holy martyrs, that is, the relics of the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, and by the Holy Martyrs Laurentius, John, Paul, Gregory and Pancratius, should be left to those who voted carries this letter, that they should hand them to Your Excellency "(Bede's Ecclesiastical History, Book III, Chapter 29 Can anything be more astounding? Pope sent the bones of Peter and Paul (termed" relics "in the Pope's letter) from Rome to England? to "Israel".

Approx. 150 years earlier Constantius of Lyons took the relics of all the apostles and martyrs from Gaul and buried them in a special tomb in St. Albans, England (see Life of St. Germanus).

Paul was also in England?

Now let's look at yet more evidence that the apostles worked for the lost sheep of the house of Israel in the British Isles. From an old work, published by William Camden in 1674, we read: "The true Christianity was the earliest planted here by Joseph of Arimathea, Simon the Zealot, Aristobulus, Peter and Paul, as set by Dorotheus, Theodoretus and Sephronius" (Remains of Britain, p 5). Paul is also included! Had Paul plans to go from Italy to Spain and then to England? Here is the answer: ". . . I will go the way of you to Spain "(Rom. 15:28). In his letter to the Corinthians, Clement of Rome confirms the travels of Paul in the west. But including the England?

The Greek church historian Theodoret has this to say: "That St. Paul brought salvation to the islands in the ocean" (book 1 of Psalms cxvi, p 870). The British Isles! But this was only to preach to the Gentiles? Perfectly not. Do not forget that the third and final part of the great commission given to Paul, after he had preached Jesus to the kings and rulers of Rome, was to lift up the name of Jesus to "Israel" (Acts 9.15)? the ten lost tribes. This is not a prophecy about the Jews, whom Paul had previously preached in the Greek part of the world in the Eastern Mediterranean. This is a prophecy about the task Paul had in the British Isles. (End of quote).

What should we believe? He is the Apostle of the Gentiles

The main thing about Paul was that he preached the gospel to non-Jews. It is important to note that, because Christianity in the beginning was perceived as a special edition of Judaism, or what you could call a Jewish sect. With that one would express that neither the Christians themselves or society around them regarded Christianity as a new faith, but as a special interpretation of Judaism.

In Acts it is described that first and foremost, Paul began to preach Christ to the people who were not Jews, pagans and non-Jews were often called in the New Testament. Christianity soon became an independent religion. It has enough connections to Judaism, but it is something more than that. Gradually it grew into a worldwide religion, as Christianity is today. Rightly therefore call Paul for Christianity's founder. It is largely the merits that it was established as a separate faith and that Christianity became widespread outside Jewish circles.

Paul then says in some of his letters that it is not necessary for Christians to be circumcised nor to live by the special religious dietary code or the like is an important part of Judaism. All in all, do not the Christians to live according to the Jewish law of Moses. It is because of Jesus' death and resurrection makes you a Christian is set free from the law. It is a very important theme in the letters that Paul wrote to the Galatians and Romans.

But he had commissioned to preach to the kings of Israel

We read about the encounter with King Agrippa in Acts 25. Paul collided again and again to the Jews and the Jewish authorities - pharisees and scribes - not least in their defense that they had committed judicial murder of Jesus - that was their Messiah. They should understand the basis of the GT - not least by the prophets who foretold his coming in detail. He their great savior as they denied and led to lower death.

It ended with several murders plans on Paul, detention, interrogation or trial until his great defense understand Festus and King Agrippa. It was a legal settlement! Some try to spiritualize and neutralizing this great defense of Paul so that it almost only teaching in question. They seem to want to reduce the relevance of the items for the current situation, where we again have to drive apologetics, attacking government operations in the earthly kingdom, and their laws and unfair judgments. Such that affects individuals and institutions when getting a wicked law - even refusing preaching for the little ones in school. Mon explain away that Paul fully operated as his own defense attorney - to their right - about the great controversy within the Jewish religion he was accused of. Prosecutors Festus found so foolish that he really would release Paul - and also thought he was mad. Mon explains Paul's voice as a pure spiritual teachings that have nothing to defense and law making. This is completely wrong. It is clear from the text where Paul speaks to King Agrippa in these words in Acts kp 25-26: 1 Paul's defense before King Agrippa, he speaks about his life and his faith, his conversion, his calling and apostleship, 1-23. Festus and King Agrippa expresses himself about Paul's speech, 24-29. His innocence sannes, 30-32. All with clear relevance if he was jailed and convicted.

And he continues: "For the sake of these things took me some Jews in the temple and tried to kill me. 22 Thus have I gotten help from God, and are to this day and testify both to small and great, as I do not say anything other than what the prophets and Moses said would happen: 23 that Christ should suffer, and that he as the first of the resurrection of the dead should proclaim light to the people and to the Gentiles. 24 But when he defended himself thus, Festus said with a loud voice: You are mad, Paul; Your megen lessons driver you crazy. 25 But he said: I am not mad, most powerful Festus! but I am speaking true and sober words. 26 For the king knows of these things, and to him I speak too boldly, for I can not believe any of this is unknown to him, This is not done in a corner. 27 Do you, King Agrippa, the prophets? I know you think. 28 Then Agrippa said to Paul: It lacks little that can persuade me to become a Christian. 29 Paul said, I would wish to God, either missing or very small, that not only you but also all who hear me this day, had become such as I am, only without those links. 30 Then the king arose, and the governor and Bernice and those who sat with them, 31 and they went aside and spoke among themselves, saying, This man does nothing worthy of death or chains. 32 Then Agrippa said unto Festus, This man might be released, if he had not appealed his case to Caesar. '

Paul stood accused before a court and was killed because he wanted taught truths about their Messiah beliefs and activities that Jews believed conflicted with their faith, doctrine and law. He had a case under Jewish law. He put up his defense just by telling about - the truth of - that what he said was true and right and that he therefore was innocent accused. He expressed also his joy that he was facing the Crown who knew the reality of what he was talking about - indeed, that when Paul told the plain facts - he added with great confidence, a personal request from the King's claim that he believed the prophets - that what he said was true even for the King. His defense was so good and convincing that when Festus and Agrippa went a little apart for conversation, it came thus: And Agrippa said unto Festus, This man might be released, if he had not appealed his case to Caesar. '

Paul is the last part of the service was to teach the children of Israel, which he did in the last 2 years of his life

Acts 9:15 But the Lord said unto him, Go! for me he is a chosen vessel to bear my name before the Gentiles and kings and the children of Israel;

The third and final part of Paul the Apostle and missionary work, we find little mention and also misleading discussed. But the writing is clear and history tells us that Paul ended his work among his own people! Therefore, it is in many ways the "forgotten" and "excluded" part of Paul's life and ministry! Have something more to contribute here, so either write to me or write on the blog dear friends! The legend also says the following: "As a Roman citizen he had a right to be beheaded, a significantly less painful death than crucifixion. This should have happened at the Via Ostia, near the monastery of Tre Fontane. Kloster name, three sources, refer to the legend that his avhugde head bounced three times (!), And each place it hit the ground sprang up a source. (This is of course nonsense). http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2012/11/nr-403-pauls-trip-to-spain.html

Emperor Constantine built a church over his grave, which over time has been extended to St. Paul's Basilica, one of Rome's largest churches. In 2006 it became known that a sarcophagus with his name was found in this church. "

Related links: http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2011/09/nr-66-are-israel-and-jews-chosen-people.html http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2012/09/nr-372-israel-of-gods-eye.html http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2012/05/nr-310-apostle-peter-was-never-apostle.html

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