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Published On: Thu, Jan 8th, 2015

The Sad Truth of Christianity and Judaism: Understanding God chosen lineage

This is the fourth chapter of six of the series. Since I’m finding more to expound upon than I had planned, we may have to go to chapter eight. These are not written out in advance.

As revealed last time, many of the “seventy souls” had not been born yet when the house of Jacob moved to Egypt. Since Joseph was born in 2068 BC, and Jacob was 130 when Joseph introduced him to pharaoh, and Joseph was forty at the time, Jacob was 90 when Joseph was born, and the rest of the family moved to Goshen in 2028 BC. About 24 of the named “souls” were born in Egypt before Jacob died in 2011 BC, at the age of 147. Thirteen years after that, the children of Israel would be enslaved.

Truth in Genesis explores the early geneology of God's chosen Franklin D  Roosevelt's Bible  photo supplied RRAuction.com

Truth in Genesis explores the early geneology of God’s chosen
Franklin D
Roosevelt’s Bible photo supplied RRAuction.com

It was promised that a “savior of mankind” would come through the bloodline of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

Keep in mind that Yehovah never spoke to Ishmael. Those that claim that Ishmael was the “first Muslim” are either liars, or are easily deceived. In Genesis 17:20-21, God says that He will make Ishmael fruitful, “but my covenant will I establish with Isaac.”

When Jacob knew that he was going to die, it was time to pass on the family blessing. By default, it would go to the eldest son, unless it was forfeited, as was the case with Esau. Reuben slept with Rachel’s handmaiden, a concubine of his father. Simeon and Levi had blood on their hands when they killed all the males of the city which had taken in Dinah.

There was nothing substantial to keep the blessing from falling on Judah, but Joseph had always been the favorite son, since the only woman Jacob loved and wanted was Rachel. So Jacob split the family birthright in two, giving part to Judah, and the other to Joseph, which would later fall to Joseph’s younger son Ephraim.

Take note from Genesis chapter 49, that Judah and Joseph get five verses each of endowment, while the only ones to get as much as three are shared by Simeon and Levi., 1 ½ each. But Yehovah wanted to build a nation unto Himself, and would start with twelve foundations. The way to do that was for Jacob to have sons by multiple wives, so that there would not be any brother/sister marriages. They would start with half-brother/half-sister, uncles and nieces, and then cousins on down the line.

Jacob was the head of Israel, and the nation started with the twelve tribes. Jesus is the head of (true) Christianity, and it is founded upon the twelve apostles. There are no other tribes of Israel, and there are no other apostles of Christianity. Those that call themselves apostles now I think are looking for “a title”, without having the qualifications, one being to have seen Jesus

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- Herman Cummings is a computer data analyst, who used his training to analyze the written text of Genesis. On EasterSunday, in 1990, a lady stood up in Sunday School and asked the pastor “How can I teach my children about Adam & Eve, when all they are taught is evolution in school?”. The pastor could only say “Just believe the Bible”. That was of no help to the lady. So Herman Cummings began his research to resolve the issue, since the worlds of Creationism and Theology could not literally reconcile Genesis with scientific reality. After receiving the revelation of the first chapter from the Lord in December 1993, Herman Cummings became the world’s leading expert on the book of Genesis (Bereshit).

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