The purpose of this commentary (Heb. 9:7-28) is to explain why God (Gen. 17:1-14) instituted the Old Testament Physical Blood Covenant sealed by the bloody foreskins of circumcision and how that Covenant is the roots of the (John 1:17; Heb. 2:9; Eph. 2:8-9; & Rom. 6:14) New Testament Spiritual Grace Covenant which was sealed by (Heb. 10:9-20) Jesus Christ’s Blood Atonement. That event introduced (Eph. 1:10) the current dispensation of time commonly called the “Church Age” (Col. 1:26-27) which was a complete surprise to everyone except God. Scripture numbers [...]


Jesus, The Beginning

(Gen. 3:13) Satan brought the spiritual enmity between God and Satan into the physical world when the serpent beguiled (to lead astray, deceive) the first woman and man to choose to know good and evil. (Gen. 3:15 also Gal. 3:16) God told the serpent; “I will put enmity (hostility, hatred) between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; IT (the seed) shall bruise thy head and thou shall bruise HIS heel.” IT identifies the seed as one and HIS identifies the seed as male so [...]

Jesus, The Beginning2022-11-18T10:34:20-05:00

Jesus, Abraham and the First Covenant

(Gen. 11:26-31) Abram was a Chaldean man who married a Chaldean woman named Sarai. (Gen. 12:1&7) God told Abram to go to Canaan; Abram went. (Gen. 13:14-18) God told Abram to settle in Hebron; Abram settled there. (Gen. 15:4-18) Abram had no heirs; God said his heirs would outnumber the stars.Abram offered up a blood sacrifice; God honored it and promised Abram the land from the Nile River to the Euphrates River (Gen. 15:4 & 13-18) for Abram’s heirs who are identified as the Hebrews because (V.13) they are the [...]

Jesus, Abraham and the First Covenant2022-11-18T10:35:37-05:00

Jesus’ Conception and Birth

(Luke 1:27) Mary is a virgin engaged to be married to a man named Joseph. They both live in Nazareth, a city in the province of Galilee. (Luke 3:1) Israel is under Roman subjection when the angel Gabriel brings the long awaited message to the Virgin Mary (Luke 1:26-35) that the Holy Spirit of God will come upon her, the power of God will overshadow her, she will conceive and bring forth a son, she will name him Jesus, and He will be called the Son of God.This definition and [...]

Jesus’ Conception and Birth2022-11-18T10:36:47-05:00

Jesus’ Physical and Spiritual Lineage

This is important because it finishes explaining the "family fight" that started at the beginning of time between Cain and Able, how God kept Jesus' true purpose a secret, why some people say God told two lies in the scripture, why there can be no permanent peace between the Middle East nations and the coming time when Jesus will be King of the Jews. (Luke 3:23-38) The lineage is unbroken from Jesus back to God through Mary’s bloodline as was prophesied; remember the quote in (Gen. 3:15), “THE WOMAN'S [...]

Jesus’ Physical and Spiritual Lineage2022-11-18T10:37:25-05:00

Jesus, The Preacher and Miracle Worker

(Lev. 16:3-4) Aaron had to wash his flesh before he could begin the duties of high priest.  (Matt. 3:1-17 esp. V.15) Jesus told John, to baptize Him to fulfill all righteousness (Lev. 16:4) because that act (the washing of Jesus) completed the law of preparation (Heb. 4:14) for when the great High Priest would be installed in His office. (2nd SUPERNATURAL EVENT; again, remember the second part of the OVERSHADOW definition) the Spirit of God descends upon Jesus and the promised seed is endowed with authority. (Luke 4:1-13) After His baptism Jesus [...]

Jesus, The Preacher and Miracle Worker2022-11-28T11:13:11-05:00

Jesus’ Torture and Death

NOTE: Cyrene was settled by the Greeks in 650 B.C. At the time of the crucifixion of Jesus Cyrene was the capital of the Roman district of Cyrenaica. Cyrenaica was located on the northern coast of the African continent in what is modern-day Libya. (Mark 15:21) Simon the Cyrenian was the father of Alexander. Obviously no self-respecting Jew would name his son Alexander after the famous Greek conqueror Alexander the Great, a Gentile (non-Jew) because Antiochus, a Greek general in Alexander's army, had outlawed the Jewish religion and defiled the temple in [...]

Jesus’ Torture and Death2022-11-18T10:38:54-05:00

Jesus Takes the Keys to Hell and Death

This article reveals 4 of the most astonishing Biblical events you will ever read. Since they are of such magnitude they will be told in a semi-story style with scriptures included for verification. Put yourself in Jesus' disciples' place. What would you do, think and feel if everything you had believed in, committed yourself to and counted on had been killed? (Matt. 26:56) The disciples had fled when Jesus had been killed. (John 20:19) They had scattered then met at some secret place and now were hiding for fear of [...]

Jesus Takes the Keys to Hell and Death2022-11-28T11:12:02-05:00

Resurrection and the 40 Days

(John 11:25-26, Rom. 8:11 & 1Cor. 15:20-23) Jesus is the firstfruits of resurrection. (Matt. 28:6-16) The women go to the Lord’s grave but Jesus has risen from the dead, early in the morning, from that stinking, hateful hole in the earth and has left to go to Galilee (Matt. 28:16) where He has a prearranged meeting with the eleven disciples at a predetermined place. (Matt. 28:6) An angel tells the women the Lord has risen. (Matt. 28:9-10) With vast excitement the women are on the way back to tell [...]

Resurrection and the 40 Days2022-11-18T10:41:37-05:00
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