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Harlan, KY

The American Cowboy owns Harlan Topix

Yes. I like cowboy as well. Him and I agree a lot on religious matters. For instance... 1. Jesus name in Hebrew was/is Yeshua. But if one calls on the name of Jesus, It’s still alright because that IS his English name. 2. Jesus (a Jew) celebrated Hanukah aka Festival of Dedication. John 10:22 3. Christmas is TOO pagan-ized. 4. ALL appointed feast / Holy days in the Old Testament were only shadows of things to come. All God appointed Holy days foreshadowed and prophesied the coming of the Messiah Jesus. Cowboy and I both have been bashed (by rawtruth)for having that view point about Christianity, but we stand for G-d. We stand for Jesus and that is all that matters.  (May 21, 2010 | post #23)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

Well you say that you believe like most Christians! Can you give me some EXACT details on what heaven looks like, angels, the devil? About Heaven, check out this link… http://www.whatsai ththescripture.com /Fellowship/What.B ible.Says.Heaven.h tml Also start reading in Revelation 21, and you’ll get a decent picture of it. You asked, exactly how many people where at the first Passover? Who knows, it’s not in the bible so we should not venture into that. It’s sort of like creating a false picture of the last supper, how can we ever know if it’s correct? That is another reason that picture is not in my house either. What did they say? We cant really know what was said by every one, but we can know what was said by the characters mentioned in the 4 Gospel accounts. Other than that, why make up something? Did they pray? Yes, It says that Jesus gave thanks and he broke the bread. To whom? So they prayed to G-d. You asked, was there any women? Did they preach? What House was it in Precisely? Did it take place in a house? These questions are only meant to cause quarrel. But the bible does not say exactly, so to act as if it does is a lie. And who was the very first person to celebrate Hanukkah? The American Cowboy answered that above, the Jewish people celebrated it in remembrance of regaining control of the Temple. As for who was the first person, I don’t know, neither do you so for either of us or for anyone to make a claim is again, a lie. You asked, what’s up with the beard? Is that a representation of your beliefs? Did Jesus wear a beard? Yes, Jesus wore a beard, the Bible does say in (Isaiah 50:6) that Jesus had a beard. Did he always have one, who knows. But he was Jewish, and Jewish men wore beards But he did indeed have one during the crucifixion. Also, the Old Testament law forbid priests from shaving their heads or beards (Leviticus 21:5). In the ancient Hebrew culture, men usually had long beards. In fact, it was considered a disgrace for an adult man not to have a beard (2 Samuel 10:4-5). Jesus was Jewish, he would have obeyed this law because he was sinless. You said that you read a prophecy about Jesus in the old testament that said he hired a barber and it precisely says that the razor spared not his beard, then you say that you are not even going to look it up, well that may because it is NOT in there, this claim is preposterous. Why must so many Christians make up things in order to make them selves feel sinless. All it takes is Jesus. G-d Bless, and Shalom.  (May 8, 2010 | post #42)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

I kindly thank you guys. If only people would study they would see. Thoes who have ears let him hear... aka... LISTEN UP.  (May 8, 2010 | post #34)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

You state “whatever type of religion (I) believe in” It’s called Hebraic Christianity. It focus on the Hebrew roots of Jesus and how the old testament and new testament are both seamlessly related. We just want to get it right, and do it right. Here is a list our beliefs, I truly believe they are just like yours. http://www.hebraic community.org/port al/web/guest/belie fs#beliefs  (May 7, 2010 | post #30)

Harlan, KY

The Christian holiday of Pentecost

Paul once said in Colossians 2:16-17 that the Jewish feasts and celebrations were a shadow of the things to come through Yeshua / Jesus. However, many Christians do not commemorate these holidays in the traditional biblical sense today, but as we discover the significance of each, we will certainly gain a greater knowledge of G-d's Word, an improved understanding of the Bible, and a deeper relationship with YHWH. Shavuot is a Jewish holiday that occurs on the sixth day of the Hebrew month of Sivan (late May or early June). Shavuot commemorates the anniversary of the day G-d gave the Torah to the entire Israelite nation assembled at Mount Sinai. The date of Shavuot is directly linked to that of Passover. On Passover, the Jewish people were freed from their enslavement to Pharaoh; on Shavuot they were given the Torah and became a nation committed to serving G-d. NOW THE INTERESTING PART… Shavuot falls on the EXACT day of the Day of Pentecost. Why? Because it is the same exact day. Pentecost is Shavuot. It was 50 days after the second day of Passover, and it was also 50 days after Yeshua/Jesus was crucified.Jesus ate Passover and then died the next day, (Day Two). So as it stands to reason… Shavuot was the day in which Israel was given the Torah (the Old Covenant) and became a nation committed to serving G-d. And on that very same day MANY years later, we were given the Ruach Hako'desh / Holy Spirit (The New Covenant). Read more by googleing Shavuot and Pentecost. Interesting Note: When Moses came down from the mountain after receiving the Ten Commandments or the Torah, 3,000 people were killed by the Levites under Moses request because they had defiled the law of G-d. Exodus 32:25-29 However, when the folowers of Yeshua / Jesus received the Ruach Hako'desh also known as the Holy Spirit, Peter began to speak to the crowd and those who accepted his message were baptized, and about three thousand were added to their number that day. Acts 2:22-41 3,000 died at the start of the old covenant, and 3,000 were saved at the beginning of the new covenant… Seams as if the Law lead to death, but Yeshua / Jesus leads to life.  (May 7, 2010 | post #1)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

You say that it seems like I am gathering my information from many different resources completely influenced by man… Listen here… ALL of the information that I claim is from the Bible/Canon including both the Tanakh (old covenant) and the Brit Chadasha (new covenant) is just that, it is what it is…the inspired word of YHWH. If I gather info from man then I do not label it is Canonical but by man. BTW, we have NO pictures of Yeshua/Jesus because we know and understand that the popular pictures of him are nothing but a creation of man.  (May 7, 2010 | post #28)

Harlan, KY

Christianity is not built around the words of Jesus

Then bash me, a Messianic Jew.  (Apr 30, 2010 | post #10)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

It is documented that during the translation of the KJV, the scholars came across many strict rules and regulations. Bottom line, the final print had to suit no one but King James himself. One instance was the word ‘baptism’.Baptism was not even an English word until the King James translators transliterated it into their Bible. They did this because King James being a Catholic was sprinkled with water during his baptism. The Greek word for baptism was (baptismo) meaning immersion, submersion, or dipping. In order to make the king happy, the scholars created a new word ‘Baptism’ and allowing it to mean all of the above with including the meaning of sprinkling as well. Going on, for the last three centuries Protestants have fancied themselves the heirs of the Reformation, the Puritans, the Calvinists, and the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock. This assumption is one of history's greatest ironies. Today's Protestants laboring under that assumption use the King James Bible. Most of the newer Bibles such as the Revised Standard Version are simply updates of the King James. The irony is that none of the groups named in the preceding paragraph used a King James Bible nor would they have used it if it had been given to them free. The Bible in use by those groups until it went out of print in 1644, was the Geneva Bible. The first Geneva Bible, both Old and New Testaments, was first published in English in 1560 in what is now Geneva, Switzerland,* William Shakespeare, John Bunyan, John Milton, the Pilgrims who landed on Plymouth Rock in 1620, and other luminaries of that era used the Geneva Bible exclusively. Story continues at this link… http://www.reforme dreader.org/gbn/ig b.htm DOnt get me wrong though, I use all translations in order to get the most form my study. Im not a KJV only, im a KJV also.  (Apr 1, 2010 | post #26)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

History of The King James Bible. You seem to be somewhat untrusting of the government type person. Then why do you hold the King James as the ONLY sacred bible? Trust me on this one. The KJV was originally known as the “Government approved bible”. Most people of that day consider it garbage and relied on older versions such as the Geneva bible for the truth. This is exactly what KJV onlyist do theses days. Some info for ya… King James I was a Catholic. Religion was controlled by the government and In his day your choices where either… 1. Roman Catholicism 2. Silence. 3. The Inquisition.  (Apr 1, 2010 | post #25)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

OK. Seeing that you are indeed what is called a “King James Only” type person, I’ll post it in that format… 2 Timothy 2:15 (King James Version) Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. It has the same meaning. Rightly dividing the word of truth means to separate the true form the untrue.  (Mar 31, 2010 | post #22)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

How does it seam like I am questioning G-d? I read what is in the bible and that is it. But I do question man. Man made up many attributes to the Christmas nativity. I believe that if one is going to live by the bible, than that is what he should do, and he should NEVER conform to man made tradition. And another thing… Show me the verse that says that man should not question G-d… The book of Job has a lot of questioning. Jesus questioned G-d from time to time. So, sure, you can question. You might even get an answer! I do it all the time.  (Mar 30, 2010 | post #16)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

I’ll answers the ones that I know for sure…and I wont make up stuff for the others. Mother was born on Thursday, November 20th 1969. Dad was born on Saturday March 3rd, 1962 Other than that, I don’t know the rest to an exact. But here is where your humorous little response comes back to bite you in the tail and it comes full circle to prove my point… Are you ready for it…? I ONLY answered what WAS DOCUMENTED. What was recorded for all to see. I did not even try to MAKE UP stuff. I took what was recorded and went with that. And that is exactly how Christ’s birth should be. We should accept what we know as truth, and not take it any further. To do so is to pervert the word of G-d.  (Mar 30, 2010 | post #14)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

Ok RAWTRUTH… You asked the question…”which is more important, getting every detail right (about Christ’s birth)? Or celebrating the event itself as best we can? The answer… We can NEVER have every detail correct, but we can read the bible and at least get that part right. Question for you… Why did people have to “Make things up” about the birth of Christ, was not the actual biblical account enough?  (Mar 30, 2010 | post #13)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

Jews celebrated Hanukah... Jews DO NOT traditionally celebrate birthdays... Jesus/Yeshua was in fact a Jew... According to John 10:22-39 Jesus celebrated Hanukah, instead of Christmas (his birthday), regardless of the date… John 10:22...“At that time the Feast of Dedication took place at Jerusalem. It was winter, and Jesus was walking in the temple… “ The ‘feast of dedication’ is Hanukah, a Jewish festival marking the rededication to Judaism of the Temple in Jerusalem in 165 bc and celebrated by the kindling of eight lights. from 25th day of Kislev, in December, for eight days. So truthfully, the only thing that Jesus/Yeshua did around Dec. 25th was preach in a synagogue on Hanukah and get rocks thrown at him… Our modern Christmas is an infuse of pagen rituals with Jesus name added. Just a note... 1st documented Christmas was in Rome... Some 300 years ofter Jesus was crusified.  (Mar 19, 2010 | post #9)

Harlan, KY

...handling the word of truth with precision. (2 Timothy ...

YOU ARE 100% Correct. But try telling this to your every day Christian... They wont listen. Thats why I became a Messianic. We follow what the bible teaches and well, thats it.  (Mar 19, 2010 | post #8)

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