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JEW OR JUDAH Pt 2

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Brother Hebert
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Published on 27 Mar 2021 / In Bible / Sermons

We continue to examine every use of the word 'Jew' in scripture. Does it mean a Jew, or a Judahite? Do you know the difference? You will by the end of this study.
Follow along: Jew or Judah? https://www.ageoflaodicea.com/jew-or-judah/
This is an 11-part series.

We also continue to examine this scam and reveal that it's not a virus, it's an agenda.
www.ageoflaodicea.com/covid-19/

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Lawi
Lawi 5 months ago

"Justices are Jews"

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Adam
Adam 6 months ago

The Bridegroom of his people

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WhiteMiasma
WhiteMiasma 6 months ago (edited)

Not real pictures* You notice, the romans and the jews and the peoples did not know who he was; this is because he looked like them, and they were white, had short hair (as was the custom in the area and time) and wore pants not a tunic like a f666ot. Paintings* usually painted by homosexuals.

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Frankenpope
Frankenpope 6 months ago

@WhiteMiasma: i heard that the Nazarene's indeed did have long hair.

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Adam
Adam 6 months ago

@Frankenpope: "Lentulus, to the Senate and the Roman People, greetings. There has appeared in these times, and, indeed, is still living, a man of great power named Christ Jesus, who is said by the Gentiles to be the prophet of truth, but his disciples call him the Son of God. He raises the dead and heals all diseases. He is a man of average size and pleasing appearance, having a countenance that commands respect, which those who behold may love or fear. He has hair the color of an unripe hazelnut, smooth almost to the ears, but below his ears curling and rather darker and more shining, hanging over his shoulders, and having a parting in the middle of his head according to the fashion of the Nazarenes. His brow is smooth and quite serene; his face is without wrinkle or blemish, and a slight ruddiness makes it handsome. No fault can be found with his nose and mouth; he has a full beard of the color of his hair, not long but divided in two at the chin. His facial expression is guileless and mature; his eyes are greyish and clear. In his rebukes he is terrible, but in his admonitions he is gentle and kind; he is cheerful, but always maintains his dignity. At times he has wept, but he has never laughed. In stature he is tall and erect and his hands and arms are fine to behold. His speech is grave, reserved, and temperate, so that he is rightly called by the prophet, "Fairer than the sons of men." "(Psalm 45:2).[2]

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Adam
Adam 6 months ago

@Lawi : If you ever get a chance read ‘On the Eucharist: A divine appeal’

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Adam
Adam 6 months ago

@Lawi : If you ever get a chance read ‘On the Eucharist: A divine appeal’

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Adam
Adam 6 months ago

Praise YHWH

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