Y'shua | יֵשׁוּעַ
... a light for the revelation of the Gentiles.
And a glory to your people Israel.
Isaiah 49:6 CJB| Luke 2:32 AENT
Malachi 3: (ISR98)
6. “For I am (יהוה), I shall not change, and you, O sons of Ya‘akov, shall not come to an end.
Exodus 6: (TLV)
6. Therefore say to Bnei-Yisrael: I am Adonai (יהוה), and I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians. I will deliver you from their bondage, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with great judgments.
7. I will take you to Myself as a people, and I will be your God. You will know that I am Adonai (יהוה) your God, who brought you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians.
8. So I will bring you into the land that I swore to give to Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob, and give it to you as an inheritance. I am Adonai (יהוה).”
Numbers 23: (ISR98)
19“Ěl is not a man, to lie; nor a son of man, to repent!
Has He said, and would He not do it; or spoken, and would not confirm it?
When the Scriptures refer to “Israel”, they always refer to racial Jews–the physical offspring of Jacob. Thus, Israel in Scripture is a technical term for the physical offspring of Jacob, i.e., Israel. No Scriptural basis exists to support a theology that states that the Church is the new Israel or that the Church has supplanted or replaced Israel in God’s plan. ©2002 Don Samdahl. https://doctrine.org/covenants-of-israel
Supersessionism, also called replacement theology or fulfillment theology, is a Christian doctrine which asserts that the New Covenant through Jesus Christ, supersedes the Old Covenant, which was made exclusively with the Jewish people.
In Christianity, supersessionism is a theological view on the current status of the church in relation to the Jewish people and Judaism. It holds that the Christian Church has succeeded the Israelites as the definitive people of God or that the New Covenant has replaced or superseded the Mosaic covenant. From a supersessionist's "point of view, just by continuing to exist [outside the Church], the Jews dissent". This view directly contrasts with dual-covenant theology which holds that the Mosaic covenant remains valid for Jews.
Supersessionism has formed a core tenet of the Christian Churches for the majority of its existence. Christian traditions that have traditionally championed Covenant Theology (including the Roman Catholic, Reformed and Methodist teachings of this doctrine), have taught that the moral law continues to stand. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supersessionism
"See The Spinner" 7
Through the last almost eleven years, I have heard from teachers and friends the first five quotes below. The authors will not be identified, but obviously the author of the sixth quote is Rav. Shaul (Paul). It is just ten+ years since I shockingly discovered that what I was taught was Replacement Theology. Seeking to forgive damage done to me and my family for – four generations – I have to focus in prayer on the words of Rav. Shaul. But at the same time knowing that 30+% of Christians still hold to this horrible, false theology is horribly shocking!
“Nobody has it right.” – Bible Teacher
“You are entitled. You are entitled to believe whatever you will.” Bible Teacher
“You can make any Bible verse mean anything you want.” Bible Teacher
“I reserve the right – to be wrong.” A friend
“Ed, you have to quit bashing the Church.” – Bible Teacher
THE FIRST LETTER TO THE CORINTHIANS 13: (Aramaic English NT –Roth)
1. If I could speak in every tongue of men, and in that of Messengers, and there should be no love in me, I should be like brass that resounds, or the cymbal that makes a noise.
2. And if there should be in me (the gift of) prophecy, and I should understand all the mysteries, and every science; and if there should be in me all faith, so that I could move mountains, and love should not be in me, I should be nothing.
3. And if I should feed out to the poverty stricken all I possess; and if I should give my body so that I may boast;70 and there should be no love in me, I gain nothing.
4. Love is patient, and is kind; love is not envious; love does not shout loudly; and is not boastful;
5. And does nothing that causes shame; and seeks not her own; is not passionate; and thinks no evil;
6. (It) does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth;
7. (It) bears all things, believes all things, hopes for all, and endures all.71
8. Love will never cease. But prophesying will end; and tongues will be stopped; and knowledge will disappear.
9. For we know but partially; and we prophesy but partially.
10. But when completeness72 will come, then that which is partial will disappear.
Note 70: Murdock followed a Greek reading and wrote “to be burned”. However the Aramaic word yaqad also, and more correctly in this case, means to “boast”. This is another smoking gun—no pun intended—for Aramaic primacy since even Greek mss are split between “burn” and “boast”, and since these are two completely different words in Greek, the explanation for such divergence is simply that all Greek translations were derived from an Aramaic original.
Note 71: A Masterpiece of a wordplay as three of the four verbs are derived from the same root of sebar (bear, endure and hope).
Note 72: The word here, gemirota, can also mean “perfection.” It is, in fact, the same word used by Jewish sages to name a portion of the Talmud, namely the Gemara.
—We Pause In Personal Prayer Just Before The Standing Prayer—The Amidah—
Mark 11: (Aramaic English NT -Roth)
25. And when you stand to pray55, forgive anything that you may have against anyone, that your Father who is in heaven may also forgive you your transgressions.”
Note 55: Many ancient Jewish prayers require some or all portions to be read while standing. Perhaps the most famous one that goes back to Y’shua’s day is the Amidah, which is principally said during the Yom Kippur service as well as other sacred occasions.
Matthew 6: (Aramaic English NT -Roth)
14. For if you forgive men their transgressions, your Father who is in heaven will also forgive you.
15. But if you do not forgive men, your Father also will not forgive you your transgressions.
Isaiah 1: (ISR98)
18“Come now, and let us reason together,” says יהוה. “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall be as wool.
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