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The marriage of Yahveh to Israel

The marriage of Yahveh to Israel

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Deuteronomy 26:17-18: “Thou hast avouched Yahveh this day to be thy Elohim, and to walk in his ways, and to keep his statutes, and his commandments, and his judgments, and to hearken unto his voice: And Yahveh hath avouched thee this day to be his peculiar people, as he hath promised thee, and that thou shouldest keep all his commandments.” (These are Israel’s wedding vows.) see also Exodus 19:5-8;24:3-8.

Later, Israel would break these vows, making it mandatory for Yahveh to divorce her. By Law, Deut 24:1-4, the two parties could never remarry unless one or the other were to die. By Yahveh coming in Adam’s flesh and dying at Calvary, He made it possible for a reuniting of the two parties, which is defined as Redemption. Since there was no other race or people under this Old Covenant, Marriage Covenant, and there are no Scriptures supporting the addition of any other race or people to be under the New Covenant, which is also a Marriage Covenant, what gives you the Audacity to say you are under the New Covenant???

In 1Peter 2:9 “But ye are a chosen generation(Race), a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light;”

in 2 Kings 17-18 we have the story of the Captivity of the northern house of Israel and also all of the southern house of Judah except for the city of Jerusalem. So all of the house of Judah except for a small portion went into the Assyrian Captivity. The remainder of Judah went into the Babylonian Captivity, which Jeremiah 52:28-30 shows there were only 4600.

The people known as “jews” today in the state of israelie are not Israelites or Judah. They are   Edomite-Canaanite-Amalekite-Ashkenazi Khazars and have no ancestry to Jacob at all. So all 13 tribes were taken into the Assyrian Captivity, Never to return to the Middle east. Several decades after the dispersion of Israel which began to take place following the Assyrian and Babylonian deportations of the people from Palestine, a small remnant returned to Judaea to rebuild the temple. This remnant was to provide Yahweh with the means by which He would ultimately redeem Israel through His sacrifice as Yahshua Christ. After this sacrifice, the news of which was to be brought to the “lost” sheep of Israel (Ezekiel chapter 34), the city of Jerusalem was to be destroyed. This is prophesied in Daniel chapter 9.

The destruction of Jerusalem was necessary because “satan” (the adversary) had taken it over (Ezekiel chapter 35), which Paul attests to at Romans 16:20. For this reason, Paul explained in Romans chapter 9 that he was concerned only for his “kinsmen according to the flesh” in Judaea, and then he goes on to compare Jacob, the vessels of mercy, and Esau, the vessels of destruction (Romans 9:1-13, 21-22)   This process of “satan” taking over Jerusalem began when the Edomites moved into much of the lands of Israel and Judah after the deportations.

Then shortly before 130 BC, the reigning Maccabean high priest (who had all the authority of a king), John Hyrcanus, decided to conquer all of the cities of ancient Israel inhabited at that time by Edomites and Canaanites, and to either convert them to the religion of Judaea (first called “Judaism” by the Greeks) or to let them leave the land, or to be slain. (Maccabee was a name given to the Asamonean dynasty of high priests who ruled Jerusalem from about 150 BC down to about 36 BC when the last of them was slain by Herod.) The greater numbers of these people readily converted to Judaism, and thenceforth were known as Judaeans (“jews” in most translations).

This is described in detail by the historian Josephus, who wrote after 70 AD, and is also summarized by the Greek geographer Strabo nearly a century before Josephus wrote. Strabo, writing from a general Greek perspective, says in the 16th book of his Geography: “The Idumaeans [Edomites] are [an arab tribe], but owing to a sedition they were banished from there, joined the Judaeans, and shared in the same customs with them” (16.2.34). In another place, Strabo attests that the Judaeans were “mixed up” with the Idumaeans (16.2.2).

When the first Herod, whom Josephus on at least four occasions attests was an Edomite, through treachery and bribery became king of Judaea, he destroyed the last Maccabean high priest and all of the possible rival claimants to the position. From that time he used the position of the high priest as a political tool. By the time of Christ, the high priests and many of the influential men of the temple and its religious sects were actually Edomites. There are many New Testament statements that reveal this, which become fully evident to those who first understand the history surrounding these events.


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Sonny Eanes

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