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    DOG’S IN THE TEMPLE

    Many thousands of Edomite/Hittite/Canaanite proselyte “dogs” were calling themselves ‘Jews’, and Christ knew who they were ( Revelations 2:9 and 3:9 ). Satanists were grappling for control of the Temple and these Satanist “dogs” were the ones who crucified Him, not the Gentiles! Read your Bible carefully. They had political control of the Kingdom, such as it was. The Edomite “dogs” Herod and his son, both conspired to kill Him thirty years apart. Christ said that Satan “the prince of this world cometh” in connection with His crucifixion (John 12: 31-34). Revelations 2:9 and 3:9 spells it out clearly!

    This is “the controversy of Zion” ( Isaiah 34:8 ). These are the powerful proselyte “dog’s” that crucified Him ( Psalms 22: 13-21.) The Gentiles in fact were the ones Christ prophesied would bring divine retribution to His crucifiers, as Titus in fact did! Ironically many made their last stand in the Masada fortress that Herod actually built!

    Did Christ forgive them ?

    The first sentence of Luke 23:34 is not present in the oldest papyrus manuscript of Luke, other early Greek manuscripts, as well as other widely distributed ancient versions. NETBible confirms scholars claims that it is an insertion. The following verses confirm this truth:

    • Christ cursing His crucifiers in Psalms 69 verse 21–28.

    • Christ’s prophetic parable of Matthew 21:38, Mark 12:7 and Luke 20:14, clearly spelling out THAT THEY DID KNOW EXACTLY what they were doing, to whom they were doing it, and why they were doing it.

    • Christ’s vengeance on the people of His curse in Isaiah 34: 5–17. Psalms 69 verse 21–28 identifies His crucifiers as the people of His curse.

    • Christ’s statement that they both saw and hated both Him and His Father. i.e. Christ’s words in John 15: 22–25 SHOW THAT THEY DID KNOW what they were doing.

    • Christ’s confirmation in Luke 23:28 and Matthew 21:41 that for His murder they will get what they agreed to in Matthew 27:25.

    • Other Messianic Psalms where Christ doesn’t forgive His enemies and crucifiers:

    Ps. 40 verse 14−15 He doesn’t forgive those who crucified and mocked Him.

    Ps. 41 verse 5−12 He asks to be resurrected to take vengeance against them.

    Ps. 68 verse 1−2 He doesn’t forgive those that hate Him.

    Ps. 110 verse 1 His Father makes His enemies His footstool.

    Ps. 118 verse 7–13 His destruction of those that hate Him.

    The Psalmist said:

    “Do not I hate them, O Yahweh, that hate thee? and am not I grieved with those that rise up against thee? I hate them with perfect hatred: I count them mine enemies.” Psalms 139: 21–22

    The “synagogue of Satan” crucified Yahshua! If Christ says that they did know what they were doing and to whom they were doing it, who are you, or I to contradict Him ?

    More in line with all of the above, if the beginning of Luke 23 verse 34 did exist in the original before the admitted “insertion”, it may well have actually read subtly and profoundly different:

    “ Father, forgive them not; for they know what they do . . .” ? !

    We don’t have the power to forgive other peoples offenders for them, and we are told to forgive our enemies, not the enemies of Christ and His Father.

    When Christ establishes His Kingdom:

    “. . . in that day there shall be no more the Canaanite in the house of Yahweh of hosts.” (Zechariah 14: 21).

    See “My Curse” at http://www.declarethedecree.com/marr..._linkpg116.doc

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    Re: DOG’S IN THE TEMPLE

    Edomites tell us that “dog” is a Biblical idiom or euphemism for Romans or Gentiles in general. Of course they never suggest that it could refer to the “Edomites” or “Canaanites”. They steer well clear of that, because it’s obviously too close to home ! They have in addition claimed that the Byzantium Romans were the Edomites. I was also led to believe that “dog” is a derogatory term for sodomist.

    This is all not the case however. These are the mental traps we have worked our way out of. Like the unscrupulous lawyers they emulate and in many cases actually are, the Edomites have muddied the waters and throw in many red herrings.

    Tares are tares, even though some stains might not be as invasive, noxious and virulent as others.

    Just before the wheat is harvested, the tares are removed and burnt in the fire.

    The wheat are not the tares, even although some wheat doesn’t fully develop before the harvest.

    Yes, the undeveloped degenerate wheat is the chaff, which is winnowed aside and burnt in the fire after the tares:

    but a “Canaanite” is a “Canaanite” is a “Canaanite” is a “dog!

    That must ring clear as a crystal bell !

    Although it sometimes might seem fitting in the case of the degenerate wheat, it is far too dangerous to blur the distinction in any way, or we may be inadvertently condemning others to Esau's muddy pool. They might not be so lucky to get out to where we are today !

    Click on the link at the bottom of the post to see the overall picture, and put the disputed verse in perspective. Hopefully an ancient manuscript will turn up and put all our speculation about Luke 23:34 to an end. Until then we do know that the first sentence is an insertion, probably instigated to prevent any further expelling of Edomite “dogs” from Israelite society !

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    David was a sinner like us, yet there was something about David that Yahweh still loved. Could it have been David's contrite and humble spirit when faced with his sins ?

    Atheists say “If God can see the future why does he allow things to happen ?” I suspect it is because if He interferes, the atheists will be the first to condemn Him and say ” You never gave us a chance, Satan is right, you are an unjust God !

    After Satan's deception of Eve, Cain was asked “. . . Why art thou wroth? and why is thy countenance fallen? If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? . . .” (Genesis 4: 6–7).

    Eventually, usually after suffering many generations, He does put His foot down, and then He isn’t answerable to Satan, atheists or anybody else ! After the flood Noah expressed abhorrence at the birth of Canaan. Canaan was named after “Cain” for a reason. Noah didn't express abhorrence at Canaan because he was the first born after the flood. Also, Ham was not the one “cursed”: Noah said “. . . Cursed be Canaan . . .” (Genesis 9:25) “Cursed” here is Strong's #779 to execrate:- bitterly curse. Execrate means to express, feel, abhorrence for: utter curses.

    For many generations Yahweh was again long suffering with the Canaanites, even long after He set His plan into action with Abraham, but after the Exodus Yahweh repeatedly instructed the Israelites to utterly destroy these people.

    If he was a Hittite by birth, “Uriah the Hittite” should never have been there in the first place, and he should never have married Bathsheba, the daughter of Eliam. Intermarriage and/or cohabitation with Hittites was forbidden. However, is it possible that Uriah was not a Hittite by birth ? The context of the whole story seems to indicate this. Is there a translation problem here ?

    For example:

    “. . . Ahimelech the priest . . . in Nob . . . Ahimelech the Hittite . . .” (1 Samuel 22:11 and 1 Samuel 26:6)

    Easterns says that Ahimelech “descended from Eli in the line of Ithamar. . .” and
    Strongs says that Eli was a “descendant of Aaron through Ithamar . . .”

    Does this mean that Moses and Aaron were Hittites ?
    Can we trust the standardised Masoretic text ? ? ?
    Have these “dog’s” and “Edomites” been busy here ? ? ?

    Does Yahweh see something in all Canaanites which we don't ?
    Why are all of them “predestined to everlasting destruction?
    Aren’t we supposed to separate and root them out now ?
    Aren’t we supposed to give them everlasting destruction now ?

    Weren’t we warned that if we don't do this, they will become the head and we will become the tail ? That is only because they never play by the rules – they always cheat !

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    By the stage of Revelation 7: 9-10 all the tares have already been burnt in the fire, and consequently “. . . in that day there shall be no more the Canaanite in the house of Yahweh of hosts.” (Zechariah 14: 21)

    They will no longer exist to be any of the nations referred to in Revelation 7: 9-10 !

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    Why did Jesus heal that Canaanite woman's daughter? One of a satanic bloodline we're ordered to destroy. Its obvious that Yahwehs is partial to the white race but why would god himself spare an abomination?

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    ...
    When a mole pulls a cat out the hat, its because the cat's already out the bag. . .

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    Look carefully at the cat that comes out the hat.
    Its not the same one that was let out the bag.
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    Good point Micheal. well written.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frey#89 View Post
    Good point Micheal. well written.
    Indeed, excellent point and very well written.

    Side note - When it's raining cats and dogs be careful not to step on a poodle.

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    I agree 100 percent ArchType. Trolls and Canaanite dogs have one thing in common. They know not how to value or use the wisdom of Yahweh's word. The troll simply wants to mock racialists by making a point they are time wasters.

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