JESUS WAS ROMAN AND A LEPER!

By Jade McLove

NO MAN WILLINGLY GOES TO THE CROSS!

Introduction

Christ was born during an infliction that took many, many lives during his lifetime and there was no cure. So how is it that Christ who had no protection from a disease that kills, could touch, hug and hold people with Leprosy? Riddle me that? We (the human race) even Prophets or the physical embodiment of a God would be struck with Leprosy if we came in direct contact with a Leper. So just because Christ could cure the disease which killed thousands I don’t believe that he himself could escape Leprosy and did contract the disease. .

As the Story Goes…?

The Lord is about truth…so what is truth in regards to Christ being “inflicted” with Leprosy. Which would make sense, if you realize the Human Condition, which is prone to lying. And since all the world is just so gullible to believe in every word uttered by the Christian Bible about the Ancient Jewish Community. A community which they (the Romans slaughtered with the fall of the 1st temple, and then used as a scam through the Roman Catholic Church, to scam people out of Heaven). It only makes sense if you ask yourself what did Isaiah mean when he spoke of a Meshia. He was actually talking about saving all of the Ancient Israel Community, through a transformation of their belief system. Not through any one man but thought the action of one man. Since every Jewish person is made in the image of God.

Now Isaiah was not referring to a God/Man he was speaking of an Act

First not to break any hearts Jesus Christ was actually a Roman, who was saved and adopted by Mary. If she would have told Ancient Israelis that he was adopted. Christ would have been killed! And that’s why the Roman Senator Pilot thought he was a Roman, and told a friend that the Christ that he was looking at reminded him of any number of Roman Citizens as documented by Flavius Josephus in the Book titled Jewish Antiquities.

But under what Isaiah had written, Jesus Christ if he would of remained and grew up with his Roman Parents who were Roman Diplomats and in high seats of power within the Roman Government. Christ would have grown up to have the Roman Emperors ears, and would have created a Domino effect within the Roman Government, by spreading love and ending violence toward the oppressed Jewish people. Still he would have been assassinated anyway, but the 1st Temple of Israel would never have fallen and the Holocaust would never of happened if Christ would have fulfilled his destiny.

If Jewish Zealots wouldn’t have killed Christ’s real Parents then Isaiah’s prophecy would have come true.

And in Isaiah 53 this is what he meant it’s a little back log to the Jesus trilogy;

As found in Isaiah 53New International Version (NIV)

53 Who has believed our message

   and to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?

2 He grew up before him like a tender shoot,

   and like a root out of dry ground.

He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to him,

   nothing in his appearance that we should desire him.

3 He was despised and rejected by mankind,

   a man of suffering, and familiar with pain.

Like one from whom people hide their faces

   he was despised, and we held him in low esteem.

4 Surely he took up our pain

   and bore our suffering,

yet we considered him punished by God,

   stricken by him, and afflicted.

5 But he was pierced for our transgressions,

   he was crushed for our iniquities;

the punishment that brought us peace was on him,

   and by his wounds we are healed.

6 We all, like sheep, have gone astray,

   each of us has turned to our own way;

and the Lord has laid on him

   the iniquity of us all.

7 He was oppressed and afflicted,

   yet he did not open his mouth;

he was led like a lamb to the slaughter,

   and as a sheep before its shearers is silent,

   so he did not open his mouth.

8 By oppression[a] and judgment he was taken away.

   Yet who of his generation protested?

For he was cut off from the land of the living;

   for the transgression of my people he was punished.[b]

9 He was assigned a grave with the wicked,

   and with the rich in his death,

though he had done no violence,

   nor was any deceit in his mouth.

10 Yet it was the Lord’s will to crush him and cause him to suffer,

   and though the Lord makes[c] his life an offering for sin,

he will see his offspring and prolong his days,

   and the will of the Lord will prosper in his hand.

11 After he has suffered,

   he will see the light of life[d] and be satisfied[e];

by his knowledge[f] my righteous servant will justify many,

   and he will bear their iniquities.

12 Therefore I will give him a portion among the great,[g]

   and he will divide the spoils with the strong,[h]

because he poured out his life unto death,

   and was numbered with the transgressors.

For he bore the sin of many,

   and made intercession for the transgressors.

So most of us for generations have/had gotten it wrong. We have all been DEAD WRONG for thousands of YEARS. Isn’t it time to set the story straight! Let’s bring Salvation to the Christ story.

And in DID JESUS HAVE LEPROSY? Hugh Fogelman he writes;

“Surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows, yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God and afflicted.”

Smitten? What exactly does this mean? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “smitten” as the past participle of smite; which means to inflict a heavy blow on, with or as if with the hand, a tool, or a weapon. In other words, to bring great harm or suffering – to torture, afflict, blight, curse, excruciate, plague, rack, scourge, smite, strike and torment. Christians say, reading all this in English, this is what happened to their Jesus. But does smitten/smite mean the same in Hebrew?

Jews have always known that Isaiah 53 referred to the Israelites as a whole, in the singular sense ― the Jewish nation as a singular word. Isaiah chapters 1 through 52 tells of all the troubles of Israel ― not one Israeli, but the whole nation ― its people. Isaiah chapter 54 through 66 also is about Israel as a whole. If you accept the Christian notion that Isaiah 53 is about Jesus, you must answer for yourself; why all of a sudden, out of the blue, would Isaiah offer a prediction about a fictitious character, Jesus, 800 years in the future? Why, If any prediction were to have been made, would have Isaiah not prophesied about the Jewish people in the future?

However, if you still do not see the illogical Christian mindset let us then take a different “spin” on just one verse ― verse 4. You know what “smitten” means in English and Christians reading the King James Version in English understand Webster’s meaning of the word, but what does it mean in the original Hebrew and how is it used?

In verse 4, the Hebrew word “nagua” does indeed mean, “stricken.” However, where the word nagua is used in the Hebrew Bible it always refers to one who is stricken with disease, like in leprosy as in 2 Kings 15:5.

“And the LORD smote the king, so that he was a leper unto the day of his death, and dwelt in a several house. And Jotham the king’s son was over the house, judging the people of the land.” (2 Kings 15:5)

It is clear; the Hebrew in this verse refers to being smitten with leprosy. Scholars of Hebrew note that “stricken” is the appropriate word for continuing the leprosy metaphor found in this chapter.

A man with this disease, a leper, suffers in pain and feels humiliation by sickness, hiding his face from people and feels despised and rejected. Go back to verse 3 and see it explained in detail ― this man stricken with leprosy: “He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief; and we hid our faces from him; he was despised and we esteemed him not.” There is no more appropriate language to describe such a disease.

So as from above I was in my bedroom and asked a question out loud about Christ…was Jesus Christ a Leper? Had he contracted a horrible disfiguring disease, and was that why he chose to be crucified as no healthy man would willingly ever go to the cross for any reason, as Crucifixion is probably the worst way to be tortured/murdered. But if he was afflicted with Leprosy Christ’s dash for the cross makes sense. IF you believe that he willingly went which I also believe is just more Christian folklore.  Most Christians believe that Jesus was God and if you know what I know about God, they’re the biggest blasphemers of all.

And yes Leprosy is a hard disease to catch but not if you are constantly hugging and hanging out with Lepers!

And here’s another article from the Jewish Encyclopedia called Leprosy.

There is much reason to believe that the segregation of lepers was regarded, at any rate at certain periods, more in the light of a religious ceremonial than as a hygienic restriction. Ẓara’at was looked upon as a disease inflicted by God upon those who transgressed His laws, a divine visitation for evil thoughts and evil deeds. Every leper mentioned in the Old Testament was afflicted because of some transgression. “Miriam uttered disrespectful words against God’s chosen servant Moses, and, therefore, was she smitten with leprosy. Joab, with his family and descendants, was cursed by David for having treacherously murdered his great rival Abner. Gehazi provoked the anger of Elisha by his mean covetousness, calculated to bring the name of Israel into disrepute among the heathen. King . . . Uzziah was smitten with incurable leprosy for his alleged usurpation of priestly privileges in burning incense on the golden altar of the Temple” (Kalisch). It would have been quite natural for the people by a posteriori reasoning to have regarded persons afflicted with ẓara’at as transgressors; they had violated the laws of God and their transgressions had been great, else they would not have been so afflicted.

Writers who hold the view that the exclusion of lepers had chiefly a religious significance conclude from these facts that lepers were obliged to remain outside the camp because they were regarded as likely to morally infect others. As long as the signs of the disease remained upon them they were obliged to live outside the camp. It is reasonable to believe that, although Biblical and modern leprosy are, in all probability, not the same disease, the present custom of segregating lepers had its origin and stimulus in the Biblical example of segregating those afflicted with ẓara’at. Had the Bible never been written it is probable that lepers would to-day be permitted to go in and out among their fellows unhindered, for leprosy is a much less actively communicable disease than several other well-known affections in the case of which segregation is not practicable.

I’ve had a prophetic dream of Jesus being Roman and being adopted, another Medical myth a woman being a virgin and having a baby. She was a virgin but she adopted Jesus who would have ultimately, if he had grown up in Rome, would have been the one that Isaiah did talk about, but once Jewish Fanatics killed his parents in the Desert, and left him to die in a crib that looked like a manger his fate was changed and the 1st Temple would fall and the Holocaust would happen.

Isaiah was right! Christ was the King of sorrows, and if he would have grown up as a Roman in Ancient Rome. He would have been loathed and hated for his views, just like he was hated for those same views by Ancient Israelis. So Christ was doomed to live out his fate, a fate that had already been planned out for him — no matter, if he had been an Ancient Roman or an Ancient Israeli citizen. His fate had been sealed by God. But see everyone in the world is so RACIST that to believe that Christ was a Roman, would mean that Isaiah was wrong, but he was right! Fore Christ would have saved all of the Ancient Jewish people and all of Ancient Israel, from the first worst thing that happened to the Jewish Race the fall of the 1st Temple, which ultimately lead to the 2nd worst thing which was the Holocaust. Because if the Romans would have killed Jesus, as a Roman citizen, by assassinating him for his views about peace and love. Then Hitler wouldn’t have gone and killed millions with His belief that the Ancient Jewish Race sent Christ to the cross because it would have never have happened. That’s why God wrote; “THOU SHALT NOT KILL!” Because no-man knows the fate of any other man, who may be chosen by God to save thousands.

In the end; Jesus was the King of Sorrows and would of been assassinated weather a Roman CItizen or Jewish person, because people say that they want peace and love — but when someone walks the walk, and talks the talk, they are the most hated and feared people of all. Why? Emperors fear anyone who can surpass their power through love, because how do you fight against forgiveness and love? So since almost every person since Adam needs to fight or have wars — people like Christ will always be loathed, hated and killed. Even Christ’s own disciples were killed for their view about forgiveness and God’s love.

Now, I actually own Christ blood, which I got it off of eBay, and it’s the real deal, I touched the cloth that he wore when he was crucified. When I touched it I felt a SADNESS that could crush Empires. Christ was the only Messiah that Ancient Israelites were ever (meaning for all time) going to get. He is one of the greatest Prophets of God that had ever lived. Does this new information change the story? No! It just means Salvation is real, and Jesus was our Messiah who if not for Fanatic Jews who killed his parent would have gone on to stop the fall of the 1st Temple. Man are you guys slow! It’s time for you to catch up and learn the truth and stop being racist God picks whoever he wants! I’m Jewish and Costa Rican and he chose me, and other non-Jewish people, because God’s plans are God’s plans. And God doesn’t plan with mankind’s racist permission!

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