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Published On: Sun, Jul 10th, 2016

The Truth of Genesis: The Seven Feasts Of Yehovah, Part 2

On Saturday morning, April 24th, 28 AD, Yeshua, as the Lamb of God, rode into Jerusalem a half hour before the High Priest could return from Bethlehem. The people were lined up on the sides of the pathway leading to the Temple Mount, expecting to see the High Priest bringing the premier lamb to the Temple Mount. But as instructed, the disciples of Jesus started yelling “Hosanna in the Highest” as Jesus entered thru the gate. The hundreds of thousands of people along the pathway heard the cheering and thought it was the signal to start shouting for the High Priest, but it was Yeshua riding by on a donkey and the people felt that the Messiah had finally come, and shouted even louder.

The temple priests wanted Jesus to tell His disciples to “shut up” and wait for the High Priest to make his entry.  This is when Jesus replied “I tell you this, if these people should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out”!! 

On this day, and for the next three days, Jesus was examined (questioned) on the Temple

Mount.  During this time, the “woman caught in adultery” was thrown before Jesus, to “test”

His judgment.  Yeshua also “cleansed” the Temple a second time (as He did one year earlier),

He gave the parables of the two sons, the vineyard, and the marriage feast.  Other “inspections”

were asked of Him.  The Pharisees asked about giving tribute to Caesar.  The Sadducees

asked about a seven time widow.  The Scribes asked Him about the greatest commandment. 

Then Yeshua asked them all “How is it that David called the Messiah ‘Yehovah’, when the

Messiah was also David’s Son” (Psalms 110)?  

The religious leaders couldn’t answer. Embarrassed by Yeshua in front of the people at the Temple Mount, the religious leaders became angry, dared not ask Him any more questions, and made plans to have Him killed as soon as possible.

Jewish Rabbis are also guilty of changing the scriptures, as did the Catholics. For a certain reason, the rabbis took out the name Yehovah, and replaced it with the word “Lord” over 6,000 places in the scriptures.

This was because Rome had forbidden the name of Yehovah to be written, or spoken. This was in the year 167 AD. Anyone caught saying the name, or writing it down, would be killed. So in order to save lives, the rabbis made copies of the scriptures without the name “Yehovah”, except in two places.

The correct reading of Psalms 110:1, before they changed it is:

Yehovah said unto Yehovah, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool.

The rabbis thought it was confusing, and had it changed about 110 years later. It could have said “The Lord said unto the Lord”, but was changed to “the Lord said unto my Lord”. But that is not what King David wrote.

After sundown, which started the 14th day, on Tuesday evening the 27th of April, Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss, and the Sanhedrin held a kangaroo court all night in order to have Jesus killed before the next sundown. Take note that before sending Yeshua to the cross, Pilate proclaimed “I find no fault in Him”.  This is what the High Priest would say before killing the special lamb.

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About the Author

- 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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