Sep 26, 2015

BEARiNG SiN

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There is an old Russian saying, "You are born, You suffer, and You die." Why? The Bible says that the wages of sin is death. Everyone has sinned so all deserve death. Except one man, Messiah Yeshua, who lived a perfect sinless life. So then, why did Yeshua suffer a cruel crucifixion and death on a cross? Most of Christianity believe that the Messiah became their sins and suffered the death they deserved. Christians believe that Messiah Yeshua was a substitution sacrifice and paid their sin debt to save them from Eternal Damnation. But, the sorrowful burden of bearing the Truth belongs to Messiah Yeshua. So, what is Truth?

A Father's Sorrow & A Burden to Bear

 Genesis 6:3; 5; 6; The Spirit of Yehawah contends with mankind by pulling at their conscience and convicting sinners of their lawlessness. Yehawah's heart was 
[Nacham =sorrowful] and weary of bearing the 
[Atsab =pain] of mankind's rejection of His Spirit of Holiness.
(Acts 7:51; 52; 53;Psa 51:6-7; 9-11; 12-13; 16-17; Eze 11:19; 18:31; 36:26; )

Flood of Sorrows & Tears of Righteousness

 Genesis 6:4; The  Nephilim is a Hebrew name that identifies Noah and his son Shem as the heroic men of renowned. Noah was a preacher of righteousness and saved his family by obediently listening to the voice of Yehawah.
see also:  NEPHILIM, REPHAIM, ANAKIM, n SUMERIANS
(Eze 14:13; 14; 20; Mt 24:37-38; 39; Lk 17:24-25; 26; 27-28; 29-30; 31-33; Heb 11:6; 7; 
1 Pe 3:10; 11; 12; 13-14; 15; 16-17; 18-19; 20; 21; 22; 2 Pe 2:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7-8; 9;)

H 5162 ESL נָחַם = Nacham = to be grieved, sorrowful, regret,  a reassuring and comforting sadness that motivates zeal to correct a wrong. 
[Genesis 6:6 NASB; Ge 6:7 NASB; 2 Cor 7:8; 9; 10; 11; 12;] 

H 6087 ESL  עָצַב = Atsab = to grieve, to suffer, to feel pain. 
[Genesis 6:6 KJV;]

H 2960 ESL טֹרַח  = Torach = burden, cumbersome, troublesome. 
[Isaiah 1:14 NASB; Dt1:12;]

H 3811 ESL לָאָה = Leah = tired and weary, grieve, offended. 
[Isaiah 1:14 ESV; Isa 7:13; Jer 6:11; 9:5; 15:6; Mic 6:3;]  

H 5375 ESL  נָשָׂא = Nasa = to bear, to carry, to lift up.  
[Isaiah 1:14 KJV; Dt 1:12; Eze 4:4; 5;]

H 5771 ESL עָוֹן   = Awon = iniquity, injustice. 
[Ezekiel 4:4; 5; Lev 26:40; 41; 43;]

Burdened with Empty Sacrifices

  Isaiah 1:11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 16; 17; 18; 19; Yehawah Eloheyem was not pleased with Israel's sacrificial offerings that did not produce true repentance or return their hearts to obey the Covenant 10 Commandments. Yehawah was  
[Torach = burdened]  and  
[Leah = weary] of  
[Nasa = bearing] their sin, because the Israelites continued in disobedience and did not truly love Yehawah's laws. Yehawah's Merciful Lovingkindness  was intended to turn the Israelites away from their sins and direct them toward Faithful Obedience. but, Israel's hands were full of bloody animal sacrifices that could not save them from their sins. The animal sacrifices only symbolically represented Yehawah's willingness to show mercy and forgive sin. Yehawah offers forgiveness to anyone that turns from evil and learns to do good. 
see also:  COVENANT of LIFE or DEATH
(Isa 1:15; 16; 17; 18; 19-20; Eze 18:27-28; 29; 30; 31-32; Heb 10:1; 2; 3-4; 5-6; 7; 8; 9;  Jn 8:3-4; 5-6; 7; 11;  1 Ti 2:3-5;  2Pe 3:3; 4; 5-6; 7; 8; 9;)

Bearing Holiness a Sacrifice of Faithfulness

 Ezekiel 4:4; 5; Ezekiel prophetically portrayed the “Son of Man” 
[Nasa = bearing or suffering] because of Israel and Judah’s  
[Awon = iniquities]. 
Ezekiel symbolically carried the burden of sorrows that represented the, " Son of Man" who suffered because of the sins of the covenant people. Both, Ezekiel and the "Son of Man" would call Israel to repent and return to obey Yehawah. 
(Eze 3:18; 19; 20; 33:6; 7; 8; 9; 18:20; 21; 27; 28; 29; 30; 31-32; 33:16; 17-18; 19-20; Dt 18:15;16; 17; 18; 19; 24:16; 
Jer 31:28; 29-30; 31; 32; 33; 34;)
Yehawah's justice requires that everyone shall die for their own sins. Sin cannot be transferred from one person to another. 
(Lev 26:40; 41; 42; 43; Dt 10:16; 30:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; Isa 2:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 40:1; 2; 5; 9; 10; 11; 59:20; 21; Eze 20:41; 42; 43; 44; 37:1; 11; 12; 13; 14; 23; 26; 27-28;)
The Spirit of Yehawah revealed to Ezekiel, the mysterious and merciful plan of saving unfaithful Israel.  Ezekiel faithfully served at the Tabernacle of Yehawah's heart and represented a high priest bearing a golden emblem upon his head, "Holy to Yehawah." The high priest would 
[Nasa = bear or suffer] 
the iniquities of Israel, as a mediator that demonstrates Holiness in presenting an acceptable "Sin Offering" sacrifice to Yehawah. The "Son of Man" would become the High Priest and mediator to serve Yehawah by turning mankind away from their enslavement to Satan's spirit of lawlessness and sin. The "Son of Man" would offer Himself as a Pure and Sinless Holy Sacrificial Offering as an example for faithful worshipers of Yehawah to follow.
see also:  CURSE of the LAW
(Ex 28:36-37; 38; 32:30; 31-32; 33; 34; 35; Lev 5:13; 14; 15; 16; 17; 10:17; 22:9; 14-15; 16; 26:40; 41; 42; 43; Nu 5:5-6; 7; 18:1; 22; 23; Mal 2:4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 17; 3:1; 2; 3; 16; 17; 18; 4:1; 2; 3-4; 5-6; 
Acts 3:17-18; 19; 20-21; 22; 23-24; 25; 26; Jn 15:22-23;) 
The Levitical priesthood often failed to honor Yehawah's Holiness and the symbolic system of animal sacrifices became an unbearable burden because of the Israelites continual sins and lawlessness. The yearly Atonement became an empty ritual diluted by the idolatrous worship of the "Azazel = Scapegoat" as a substitution sacrifice that copied pagan appeasement of wrathful gods. 
(Lev 16:8-9; 10; 20; 21; 22; Mic 6:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; Amos 5:21; 22; 23-24; 25; 26; 27;  Acts 7:41; 42; 43; 44; 48; 49; 50-51; 52; 53;) 
The sacrificial offering of Holiness was replaced by the worship of "Azazel the Satan goat" that was also called the star god Rephan  or Molech.

G 4828 ESL συμμαρτυρέω = Summartoreo  = to bear witness, to offer testimony. 
[Romans 2:15; 8:16; 9:1;]

The Burden of Conviction

 Romans 2:12-13; 14; 15; 16; 11:26; 27; 
Heb 10:15; 16; 17; The  conscience of mankind will  
[Summartoreo = bear witness] of the convicting authority of Yehawah's laws and words of truth.  Yehawah has placed His moral laws within the conscience of all mankind. A person must be convicted in their mind of their transgression of Yehawah's laws, before there is true repentance and a desire to turn away from lawless disobedience. The Spirit of the Father convicts sinners and leads them to righteous obedience that is the Salvation proclaimed by Messiah Yeshua.
(Jn 6:43-44; 45; 46-48; 4:21-22; 23; 3:36; 12:49-50; 15:9-10; 17:3; 1 Jn 1:6; 7-8; 9-10; 2:1; 2-3;4-5; 6-7; 3:1; 2; 3-5; 6-7; 8; 9; 10-11; Ro 1:1-3; 4; 5; 2:5; 6-7; Lk 9:23-24; 25-26; 27;) 

Bearing the Sorrows of Rejection

 Hebrews 13:11; 12-13; Messiah Yeshua's sacrificial death on a cross became an offering for sin. Followers of Messiah also bear the reproach that Yeshua suffered as He was rejected by the lawless and unrepentant people. Messiah's disciples must also take up their own cross as they bear the sorrows caused by human sinful rejection of Yehawah's Covenant 10 Commandments.
(Psa 35:18; 19; 27; 69:7; 9; 13; 21; 
Jn 15:18-19; 20; 21-23; 24-25; 
Mt 10:22-23; 24-25; 26-27; 28; 34; 35-36; 37; 39; 
Acts 2:21; 22; 23; 24; 32-33; 34-35; 36; 38;)

G 399 ESL  ναφέρω  = Anaphero = to bear, to carry, to lift a burden, carry a sacrifice 
[1 Pe 2:24; 2:5; Heb 7:27; 9:28; 13:15; Jas 2:21; Ro 8:3; 4; 12:1; 2;]

Vindication and the Burden of Righteousness

 1 Peter 2:21-22; 23; 24; 25; 3:13-14; 15; 16-17; 4:1; 2; Ro 6:4; 5; 6-7; 8-9; 10-12; 13; Messiah Yeshua's Faithful Obedient life became an example of Holiness for disciples to follow. Messiah Yeshua trusted His Heavenly Father to vindicate Him from all false accusations and restore His life after suffering an unjust crucifixion. The Father proved His Son to be the sinless Messiah by His resurrection to Eternal Life. Messiah Yeshua is the true Shepherd of Righteousness, who leads His repentant disciples into obedience that is freedom from sin. Messiah's disciples learned to put to death their sinful nature by living a renewed life of righteous obedience.
 1 Peter 2:24; The apostle Peter is quoting from Isaiah as he describes the Messiah  
[Anaphero = bearing] the burden of mankind's sins. The Greek word, "Anaphero" does not in any way mean to become the sins of others.

Bearing the Arm & the Burden of Salvation

 Isaiah 53:1; 2; 7:14; 9:6; 7; 11:1; 2; 
Lk 2:9-10; 11-12; 13-14; Yehawah's "Arm" is a poetic term depicting salvation. Angels announce the prophetic arrival of Messiah Yeshua, but few noticed His humble birth in a manger.   
 Mark 1:1-2; 3-4; 5; 6; 7-8; Then, 30 years later, John the Baptist began preaching repentance and baptism for the forgiveness of sin. John's ministry called Israel to return to Yehawah Eloheyem.
 Matthew 3:13-14; 15-16; 17; Ro 6:3; 4; 5; 6; 7-8; 9-10; 11-12; 13; Heb 12:1; 2; 3-4; Messiah Yeshua would also faithfully submit to the watery grave of baptism as a righteous example of His obediently resisting sin to the point of dying on a cross. John saw the Spirit descend upon Yeshua, but few recognize the promised Messiah the Immanuel.
 Isaiah 53:3; 61:1; 2; Lk 4:14-15; 16-17; 18; 19; 43; Mt 4:23; 9:35; 36; 11:5; 12:18; 
Jn 3:34; Messiah Yeshua began His ministry of proclaiming the, "Good News" of the Kingdom of Yehawah that will set the captives free from the bondage of sin. 
 Isaiah 6:1; 2; 3-4; 5; 6-7; 8-9; 10; Dt 32:15; Psa 69:8-10; 13; Jn 1:11; 2:13; 14; 15; 16; 17-18; 19-20; 21-22; 12:37-38; 39; 40; 41; 15:22-23; 24-25; Mk 7:6; 7-8; Isa 29:13; 14; 23; 24; The Pharisees and teachers of the law felt secure in their traditions and sacred rituals. Miraculous works of the Spirit of Holiness in Messiah Yeshua did not turn their hearts to faith in Yehawah or repentance from their sinful disbelief. Messiah Yeshua was despised and rejected by His Covenant people.
Isaiah 53:4; Zep 3:17; 18; 19; 20; Mt 23:37-38; 26:63; 64; 65-66; Heb 3:12-13; 14; 15;4:1; 2; 6; 11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 16; Messiah Yeshua was  
[Nasa = bearing or suffering] and grieved when he saw their hearts turn away from the promise of salvation. The deceitfulness of sin and the spirit of Satan veiled their hearts as Yeshua was condemned for saying He is the promised Son of Yehawah Eloheyem.
  Isaiah 53:5; Acts 2:22; 23; 24; Heb 10:29; The Pharisees and teachers of the law convinced the people that Messiah Yeshua was a false prophet and deserve death. The people treated Yeshua as a profane thing that is rejected by Yehawah.  But, He was pierced "because of" our lawlessness, crushed "because of" our injustice. Peter correctly understood that Messiah unjustly suffered crucifixion by the hands of wicked and lawless mankind.
 Isaiah 53:5 NASB;  should continue to read: "the discipline of peace is  within him, and out of wounds there is healing for us. Messiah Yeshua suffered in a sin filled world, because He Perfectly Obeyed the Covenant Commandments and Trusted in His Heavenly Father's  Faithful Love. Messiah Yeshua learned the Discipline of Peace by Loving Yehawah's Words of Truth. Followers of Messiah Yeshua must turn away from sin by disciplining their lives through obedience to Yehawah's Covenant 10 Commandments. The healing restoration of Merciful Forgiveness is received through the pouring out of Yehawah's Spirit of Holiness. 
(Psa 119:165; 40:7-8; 9; 10; 11; 16; 17; 22:22-23; 24; Heb 1:1; 2; 3; 8; 9; 2:9; 10; 11; 12; 13; 14-15;  5:7; 8-9; 10; 7:15-16; 24-25; 26; 27; 28; 10:1; 2; 3-4; 5-6; 7-8; 9; 15; 16; 17; 12:1; 2; 3-4; 5; 6; 7-8; 9; 10; 11;)
 Isaiah 53:6 NASB; Mt 9:34; 35; 36; All of mankind are like lost sheep that are wandering in the wilderness of sin. The lawless injustice of all of mankind has fallen upon Messiah Yeshua.
 Isaiah 53:7; 8; Messiah Yeshua is the Lamb of Yehawah and the Pure Sinless Atonement sacrificial offering that cleanses and removes sin.  Messiah Yeshua suffered cruel rejection and crucifixion at the hands of lawless and unjust mankind. 
see also:  NAILED to the CROSS

Bearing Holiness vs Burden of Deception

 Leviticus 16:2; 7-9; 15; 16; 17; 18; 19; On the Day of  Atonement two goats are presented before Yehawah. One goat is chosen as the Pure Sinless sacrificial Atonement offering that is accepted by Yehawah for cleansing and removing the uncleanness of Israel's sins. 
 Leviticus 16:20; 21; 22; Ge 3:1; 2-3; 4-5; 14; 15; 22; Jn 8:42; 43; 44; 45-46; 47; 12:31; 16:7; 8; 9-11; 1 Jn 3:8;  Rev 20:1-2; 3; The second goat belongs to "Azazel = Satan" and must be cast out and represents Satan carrying the guilt of all mankind's sins on his head.

Burden of Being a Savior 

 Isaiah 53:9; Messiah was crucified as a common criminal and the Saviors burial tomb was provided by a rich man Joseph of Arimathea. Messiah Yeshua was not guilty of any crime and He had never sinned or violated any of His Heavenly Father's commandments.
 Isaiah 53:10; Jn 10:14-15; 16; 17-18; 12:27-28; 29-30; 31-32; 33-34; Lk 22:15-16; 17-18; 19-20; 40-42; 43-44; Ro 5:8; 9; 10; 2 Cor 5:20; Messiah Yeshua poured out His Life Blood as a sacrificial 
[Asham = offering] to Renew Yahweh's Covenant through the Forgiveness of sin and reconciliation in the Spirit of Holiness. The Heavenly Father was pleased that His Son willingly suffered the cruel rejection and crucifixion that would become the, "cup of Salvation" to draw mankind to repentance. Messiah Yeshua prayed that He would not need to drink this cup of suffering. On the eve of Passover Messiah Yeshua shared the cup with His disciples and said this is the, "Covenant in my Blood."  Messiah Yeshua said that when He is lifted up than all man kind will be drawn to Him.  Yeshua's resurrection to Eternal Life proved that  He is the sinless Messiah Savior. 
 Isaiah 53:11; Heb 5:7; 8-10; 7:15-16; 24-25; 26; 27; 28; 10:9; 15; 16; 17; Jn 6:45; 10:27-28; 29-30; 14:9; 15:18-19; 20-21; 22-23; 
1 Jn 3:13-14; 15-16; The Heavenly Father vindicated His Holy and Righteous Son and anointed Him as High Priest Melchizedek the King of Peace. Messiah Yeshua will reign in His Father's Kingdom on earth and remove Satan's evil spiritual influence that causes mankind to sin. Messiah Yeshua's Atonement sacrificial 
[Asham = offering] of Merciful reconciliation will produce True Justification when repentant sinners are restored to Obedience in Yahweh's Covenant 10 Commandments. Messiah Yeshua's Spirit of Truth will set sinners free from their bondage to Satan's spirit of evil lawlessness. Messiah Yeshua 
[Sebal = carries the burden] of lifting mankind out of the darkness of Satan's dominion of lawlessness.
 Isaiah 53:12; Rev 20:4; 5; 6; The Heavenly Father has designated His Son to be the Melchizedek King of Peace. And Messiah Yeshua will choose His Faithful Obedient followers to share in governing His Kingdom on earth.  Messiah Yeshua suffered death on a cross so that His Spirit of Holiness would be poured out to cleanse His disciples and free them from their captivity to sin. Messiah Yeshua's burden of intercession is to show Mercy to everyone that repents and turns away from sinful lawlessness.
see also:  BLOOD of the LAMB 

 H 817 ESL אָשָׁם = Asham =  an offering: an action performed as restitution, a mediation for reconciliation, or an atonement that restores a Covenant; The Levitical priests performed sacrificial offerings as mediators of Atonement and Merciful Restoration.  
[This offering does not refer in any way to a substitution sacrifice] 
[Isaiah 53:10; Lev 19:22;  Job 33:23; 24; 25; 26; Mal 2:4; 5; 6; 7; Ga 3:19; 20; Heb 7:25; 26; 27; 28; 8:6; 9:13; 14; 15; 18; 19; 20-21; 22; 24; 25; 26; 10:1; 2; 3-4; 5-6; 7; 8; 9; 15; 16; 17; 1 Tim 2:3-5;]

H 5445 ESL סָבַל   = Sebal = to bear a burden, to carry; 
[Isaiah 46:4; 53:4; 11; La 5:7;]

G 1805 ESL ξαγοράζω  =  Exagorazo = to redeem, to ransom, to purchase, to free from enslavement, to purchase for a good purpose. 
[Ga 3:13; 14; 4:4-5;]

The Burden that Restores Life

 Romans 5:12; Ho 13:13; 14; Sin entered the world through one man Adam and then death came to all mankind because everyone has sinned.
 John 1:1-3; 4-5; 9-10; 11-12; 13; 14; 17-18; Ro 2:4; 5; 6-7; 8:3; 4; 12:1; 2; Mt 1:21-22; 23; Ga 4:3-4; 5-6; 5:22-23; 24-25; The Eternal Immanuel " Son of Man" was conceived in a virgin by the Spirit of Holiness. An angel told Mary that her child would be named Yeshua, because He would save His people from their sins. Messiah Yeshua is the only human that lived they Perfect Sinless Life in Obedience to Yehawah's Covenant 10 Commandments. Messiah Yeshua remains Eternally One in Spirit with the Heavenly Father. Messiah Yeshua offers His Life to  [Exagorazo = Redeem] sinners from their enslavement to Satan's spirit of lawlessness. 
(1 Jn 3:8; 9; 1 Cor 1:25; 26; 27-28; 29-30; 31; 10:16; 15:22-23; 24-25; 26-27; 28; 
Tt 2:13-14; 15; 2 Ti 3:14; 15; 16-17; Col 1:13-14;)

G 463 ESL ἀνοχή = Anoche = forbearance, long-suffering, endurance.
[Romans 2:4; 3:25;]

G 3115 ESL  μακροθυμία = Makrothumia = patient's, long-suffering, enduring.
[Romans 2:4; 9:22; Ex 34:6; 1 Ti 1:16; 1 Pe 3:22; 2 Pe 3:9; 15;]  

G 5543 ESL  χρηστός = Chrestos = kindness, goodness, beneficial, excellent. [The Loving kindness or goodness of Yehawah is an expression of His Mercy and willingness to restore all of mankind by His Spirit of Holiness renewing their minds to Love Yehawah's Words of Truth.]
[Romans 2:4; 8:3; 4; 12:1; 2; Mt 11:27; 28; 29-30; 1 Cor 15:33-34; Eph 4:29; 30; 31-32; 
1 Pe 2:1-2; 3-4; 5; 9; 10; 11; 12;]  

G 3114 ESL μακροθυμέω = Makrothumeo = patiently, to bear long, long-suffering, enduring, persevering. This word consists of two parts 1. Macro = long and Thumeo = burning. 2. This word can also mean slow to anger or wrath. 3. This word bears the sense of long-suffering and persevering to reach the goal of redeeming mankind from sin.
[1 Corinthians 13:4; Ro 2:4; 9:22; 1 Thes 5:12-13; 14; 15; Heb 6:15; Jas 5:7-8; 10; 11; 2 Pe 3:9; Ex 34:6; Nu 14:18; Psa 86:15; Pr 14:29; 16:32; 19:11; Na 1:3; Jas 1:17-18; 19-20;]

G 5541 ESL  χρηστεύομαι = Chresteuomia = to show kindness through righteous behavior, to demonstrate excellence through perfect obedience to Yehawah's commandments, to live life in a beneficial and righteous way as an example of love.
 [1 Corinthians 13:4; Ro 2:4; Ge 18:18; 19; 
Ex 20:6; 7-8; Dt 6:1; 2; 4-5; 6-7; Ne 9:13; 
Psa 99:4; Jer 22:3; 23:4; 5; 6; Eze 33:14; 15; 16; 17-18; 19-20;]

 G 2206 ESL  ζηλεύω = Zeleoo = zealous, a zeal to pursue something, envious = a misdirected zeal 
[Ga 4:17-18; Ro 10:2; Jas 4:2;], to pursue righteousness = a zeal for Yehawah 
[1 Cor 12:31; 2 Cor 11:2; Acts 21:20;].
[1 Corinthians 13:4; 14:1; 2 Cor 11:2; Ezr 7:23; Psa 69:9; 10-11; 13;  Jn 2:16-17; Ex 20:5; 6; Dt 4:24; Isa 30:27; 33:14; 15; Mal 3:1; 2; 3; 4; 16; 17; 18; 4:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6;]  

G 26 ESL ἀγάπη = Agape = Love must be defined by the character and nature of Yehawah the Father and Son. The Greek word philadelphia means brotherly love. The Greek word erotikos  means erotic sexual love or lust. To define Agape it is important to examine aspects of Yehawah's Covenant agreement with Israel that is called, "Loving Kindness."
1. Yehawah loves those who love Him and keep His commandments.
2. Obedience is required to abide in Yehawah's love. 
3. Justice, Mercy, Faithfulness are right ways to serve and love others.
4. Acceptable sacrificial offerings must come from a pure heart of love. 
see also:  UN-EASTER STORY

Love that Bears the Burden of "Good News"

 1 Corinthians 13:3; Jn 10:15; 17-18; 15:9-10; 13-14; Messiah Yeshua's sacrificial death demonstrates His Faithful Love for the Heavenly Father. Messiah Yeshua's Perfect Trusting Obedience became an example for His disciples to follow.
 Matthew 22:37-38; 39-40; Dt 6:5; Lev 19:18; 
Lk 24:25; 26; 27; 44-45; 46-47; 48-49; Messiah Yeshua stated that Love for the Father is the first and greatest commandment. True Love Obeys Yehawah's Covenant 10 Commandments as a demonstration of love for all of mankind.  
 1 Corinthians 13:4; Ro 2:4; Yehawah's Love is long-suffering kindness. The apostle Paul is referring to Yehawah's Lovingkindness that is described throughout Scripture. Yehawah the Father and Son bear the sorrow of continually calling mankind to repent of their sins. Yehawah Eloheyem's Righteousness is expressed through their Lovingkindness and willingness to Mercifully Redeem mankind from sin that leads to death. True Lovingkindness always demonstrates Righteousness, Justice, Mercy, and Faithfulness. 
 1 Corinthians 13:4-5; The apostle Paul continues to describe Yehawah's Agape Love is not like human nature " jealous, prideful, arrogant, self-seeking, easily angered, and accounting for every wrong suffered."  
 1 Corinthians 13:6; Yehawah's Love does not rejoice in unrighteousness, but rejoices in the Truth.
 1 Corinthians 13:7; Yehawah's Agape Love willingly bears suffering out of concern for others, Agape is a Trusting commitment, Agape is an assurance of Faithfulness, and Agape endures long-suffering as an expression of Love.
 1 Corinthians 13:9-11; 12-13; Heb 12:2; 3-4; 5; 6; 7-8; 9; 10; 11; 5:7; 8-10; Messiah Yeshua suffered cruel rejection and an unjust crucifixion by the hands of sinful mankind. Yeshua's resurrection to Eternal Life proved He is the Messiah and Savior. Now, all mankind must repent and turn to Messiah Yeshua for Forgiveness of sins and receive the gift of the Spirit of Holiness to be saved. Messiah Yeshua's life, death, and resurrection became the Cup of Salvation that disciples may drink and understand Yehawah's Agape Love. 
  John 15:9-10; Messiah Yeshua's Spirit of Holiness unites His disciples in Faithful Love for the Heavenly Father's Words of Truth and Obedience to His Commandments.
see also:  SPiRiT of HOLiNESS

The Burden of Truth vs Sin and Death

 2 Corinthians 5:21; Heb 7:26; The original text states: "His not knowing sin (exalted above) our sins; (He) performed (perfection) so that we may come into being (by practicing righteousness) of Elohim in His Spirit. The proper reading of Scripture reveals that Messiah Yeshua did Not become anyone sins. Translators have purposely added the false "Scape Goat" doctrine to promote their  misinterpretation of Scripture. Bible teachers claim that their Jesus became sin and paid their sin debt by dying in their place as a substitution sacrifice.
 Isaiah 40:2; Jer 16:18; Ro 6:16; 17-18; 20-21; 22-23; Rev 18:6; Heb 9:27-28; Mankind often suffers over and over because of their continual sin and rebellion against Yahweh's Covenant 10 Commandments. 
 John 5:25-26; 27-28; 29; Acts 24:15; Psa 16:8-9; 10-11; 49:14-15; 
 Yehawah intends to redeem everyone's life from the grave. Faithful followers of Messiah Yeshua must turn away from sin to be worthy of being in the first resurrection of eternal life. The rest of mankind will be raised to life in the second resurrection of judgment.   
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Bearing Sorrows & Planting the Seed of Life

 2 Corinthians 7:8; 9; 10; 11; 12; Psa 69:9; Jn 2:17; The apostle Paul describes Yehawah's sorrow as a form of regret that produces an active zeal that corrects every wrong.
 Genesis 6:6; 7; Heb 1:1-2; 3; 8; 9; 2:10; 11; 12-13; 14-15; 16; 17; 18; 5:7-8; 9-10; 
Psa 22:23-24; 25-26; 27-28; 29-30; 31; Yehawah Eloheyem's sorrow also expresses His zeal that promises to free mankind from their enslavement to the spirit of Satan that produces sin and death. 
 Genesis 3:15; 1 Jn 3:7; 8; From the beginning, Yehawah promised Adam and Eve that a seed of a woman would crush the head of Satan.
 Genesis 12:3; 18:18; 19; 22:18; Acts 3:25; 
Ga 3:8; Later,  Yehawah established His Covenant promise, that through Abraham's Seed all nations on earth would be blessed. Messiah Yeshua is the Faithful promised Savior and Seed of Abraham. Messiah Yeshua came to establish Is Heavenly Father's Kingdom on earth and "Cast Out" Satan from deceiving mankind into sin.  
 2 Peter 3:5-6; 7; 8; 9; Yehawah's zealous sorrow deluged sinful mankind and saved Noah's family by a flood of righteousness. Yehawah's plan of salvation would gradually progress over 6000 years of sorrows as mankind learns about good and evil by suffering under Satan's spiritual dominion of rebellion and sin. Messiah Yeshua was revealed at the appointed time to proclaim the " Good News" of Yehawah's Kingdom coming to earth. At that time, mankind despised and rejected the message of repentance and salvation that would come through the resurrected Messiah and King Melchizedek. Messiah Yeshua will return at the beginning of year 7000 and free mankind from their bondage by "Casting Out" Satan. Yehawah's Kingdom will rain 1000 years and restore the earth to the original garden paradise of Eden. Then all of mankind will be raised from the grave to renewed life and enter into the second 1000 year time period, called  "Judgment."  Yehawah is not slow in correcting the sinful lawlessness of mankind. But, the Heavenly Father and Son are long-suffering and have been bearing the sorrows of witnessing mankind's enslavement to the evil spirit of Satan. Yehawah Eloheyem allowed mankind to experience Good and Evil so that they may be brought to Judgment in hope that they desire to be set free from the deceitfulness of sin and lawlessness. Yehawah the Father does not desire that anyone remain in sin and death, but, desires that all mankind come to the knowledge of repentance and receive the Spirit of Holiness that is Life in Messiah Yeshua.
see also:  The LORD's DAY 1 and 2
(Isaiah 2:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; Rev 20:1-2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 12; Eze 37:1; 11; 12; 13; 14; 23; 24; 25; 26; 27-28; Jn 4:23-24; 5:25; 26-27; 28-29; 6:44-45; 46-47; 8:28-29; 31-32; 34-36; 43; 44; 45-46; 47; Lk 8:10; 11; 15; 16; 17; Acts 2:37; 38; 39;)     

Passover to Atonement: Bearing Holiness

 Leviticus 16:6-7; 8-9; 16; 17; 18; 19; The day of Atonement "Yom Kippur" can be referred to as the day of Covering. The Hebrew word Kapporeth refers to the Covering on top of the Ark of the Covenant. 
 Hebrews 9:1-2; 3-4; 5-6; 7; 8; 9; 10; The Kapporeth is called the Mercy Seat that represents Yehawah's Heavenly thrown residing in the most Holy “Qoddesh” place that is symbolized within the earthly tent of meeting. The Atonement "Kippur" offering must be a pure sinless sacrifice to be accepted by Yehawah as the blood is sprinkled upon the "Kapporeth" above the Ark of the Covenant.
 Hebrews 7:21; 22-23; 24-25; 26; 27; 28; 8:1; 2; 10; 11-12; Both, the high priest and the sacrificial offering must represent Holiness to be accepted by Yehawah. 
 Hebrews 9:11; 12; 13; 14; 18; 19; 20-21; 22; 23; 24; 25; 26; Acts 2:23; 24; 32-33; 34-35; 36; 38; Messiah Yeshua made His life a perfect sinless sacrifice of obedience and entered heaven to appear before Yehawah the Father. Messiah Yeshua became High Priest Melchizedek and received the promised Spirit of Holiness that is poured out to cleanse truly repentant disciples. The day of Atonement focuses on the "Kapporeth" covering called the Mercy Seat. Messiah Yeshua sat down at the right hand of the Father and became the Righteous and Merciful Judge over all mankind. The Atonement Mercy is not a cover-up of mankind sins.
 Hebrews 10:1; 2-3; 4-5; 6-7; 8; 9; 15; 16; 17; The "Kapporeth" covering represents Yehawah's governing authority over His covenant people that walk in obedience. Yehawah's Covenant 10 Commandments must reside within the mind and heart of truly repentant worshipers through the pouring out of Messiah Yeshua's Spirit of Holiness. The "Kapporeth" mercy seat and the pure sacrificial offering are inseparable attributes of Yehawah's Justice and Mercy that must occur to cleanse all mankind of the impurity of sin.
see also:  ATONEMENT; KAPORET QODESH
  1 John 1:9-10; Ro 8:3; 4; 12:1; 2; Pr 16:6 NASB; Yeshua is the Holy and Righteous Judge and all mankind must confess their sins and turn to Messiah for Forgiveness and cleansing renewal of their heart and mind.
see also:  PRiESTHOOD vs MELCHiZEDEK

A parable of Propitiation:

There once was a man who lived on 101 Sin St. and on the day before this parable his neighbor had deeply offended him and cause serious harm to his family. So the man on 101 went next door to 102 and confronted his neighbor. The man from 101 explain the offense and required compensation for damages. The man on 102 considered his situation and happen to see an innocent bystander walking down the street. The man at 102 suggested that demand from 101 should join him in an assault on the innocent passerby and take whatever damages he required from the innocent man.
The man from 101 considered the possibility that there might be some higher authority watching over and sorrowfully decided to go home.

The next day the man from 102 knocked in the door of 101 and said I greatly repent of my offense and the harm I caused your family. If there is any way that I can be reconciled please tell me. The man in 101 said, I'm sure I must forgive you for the harm you've done to me. But, i don't know how to be reconciled? Because the day before this parable started I had also offended my neighbor just as you had offended me. So both men from 101 and 102 went next door to the man at 100 and said, we are your neighbors and are sorrowful for our offense, would you forgive us? The man at 100 said, I am God's wrath and you should have assaulted my innocent son who was passing by your homes the other day and then i would've forgiven you both. So the men from 101 and 102 returned to 101 and were reconciled to each other that day because they had turn from their wicked ways. 

The innocent son of God's wrath learned that his father could not be appeased. So the innocent son went next door to 101 and offered the two men some bread and wine as a peace offering. The two men said we are greatly thankful that you have shown us your Merciful Lovingkindness and Forgiveness.

When the innocent son returned home to God's wrath, his father said I'm so angry. So the next day the innocent son visited the men at 101 and 102 to devise a plan. They would assist the innocent son in proclaiming his Merciful Lovingkindness and Forgiveness to the rest of people on Sin Street. When the neighbors had heard the innocent son's message, they quickly pounced on him and beat him mercilessly. When God's wrath heard that his innocent son has been unjustly beaten, his anger was appeased. Now the man at 100 changed his name to Unconditional Love and he forgave all the neighbors that beat his innocent son.

 When the innocent son recovered, he returned home to his father Unconditional Love. The father remarked, I feel so much better because now I love my neighbors except those two guys at 101 and 102. The innocent son asked, why? The father said, because ever since they forgave each other and became reconciled they are At One and I'm sure it's meant to offend me. So the innocent son would visit his friends at 101 and 102 privately so that Unconditional Love would not become God's wrath again.

The parable of the story is: Who will love you more? The two guys who repented of wickedness and were reconciled to the innocent son. Or the neighbors that propitiate God's wrath and believe they live near Unconditional Love?

Messiah Yeshua asked a question, "who will love you more?"
Bible says that we all make mistakes sometimes. But just a thought, I don't think it's wise to claim that biblical authority comes from being joined to the majority when examining questionable doctrine. The majority viewpoint is more often wrong. Especially if you examine the history of Israel and how often the prophets felt alone as they attempted to correct Israel's transgressions of Yahweh's commandments.
 Matthew 23:23; Messiah also told many parables that were intended to directly convict the Pharisees and the teachers of the law of their Injustice, unmercifulness, and unfaithfulness. They did not understand the law correctly. 
1Corinthians 2:6; 7-8; 2 Cor 3:14; 15-17; 18; 4:3-4; 5; 6; 7-8; 9-10; 11-12; 13-14; 15-16; 17-18;The apostle Paul states that their understanding was veiled and they could not see the Messiah within the sacrificial covenant or understand His prophetic suffering within: 
Isaiah 53:1; 2; 3; 4; or 
Psalms 22:1-2; 3-5; 8; 9; 10-11; 23-24; 
The prophets cried out against their sins and lawlessness. 
Micah 6:6; 7; 8, Ezekiel 18:25; 26; 27; 28; 29; 30; 31; 32;
Isaiah 53:5; 6; 7; 11; 12; Malachi 4:1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 
Even Stephen in (Acts 7:41; 42; 43; 44Lev 17:7 NASB;identified Israel's corrupting of Yahweh's sacrifices that became offerings to Molech.

I have a question for anyone, when reading the text about Abraham offering Isaac as a sacrifice. 
Genesis 22:12; 13; 14; when reading these verses, what is the Spirit of the Father telling us about Messiah Yeshua sacrificial offering?
Genesis 22:14 should be translated, "Abraham called this place, Yeh   {רָאָה : intently cause me to see} today on this mountain that Yeh { רָאָה : will be seen}.
see also:  ABRAHAM and YeHaWaH's PROMISE
and  SACRIFICE a WORK of FAITH

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