Jerusalem Killed All The Prophets?

Date Posted:08/22/2011 11:38 PM

This is an answer to the question at Yahoo, concerning Mat 23, where Jesus said, Jerusalem killed all the prophets. this is the revelation God gave to me  when I answered this:**************In this scripture, as in many others, JERUSALEM, is NOT speaking about the earthly city, that people today call, Jerusalem.
That earthly city was first called Jebus.
It was a Canaanite city.
Go back to verse 2, It says the scribes and Pharisees sit in MOSES’ SEAT. So what is Moses’ seat? It was the LAW. Law is what is actually being spoken of here. law is the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Law killed those who broke it.
the Jews said, we have a LAW and by our LAW, Jesus ought to die. Later they said the same thing about Paul.

Notice again, in verse35, He said upon YOU may come all the righteous bloos shed upon the earth, from the blood of righteous ABEL.

So this takes it all the way back to when Cain killed Abel. this was JERUSALEM. See it is not the earthly city. It is the LAW.

ADAM AND CAIN had left grace and taken the world into bondage, of LAW. When Eve and Abel clung to grace, and fought their law message, Cain killed Abel.

So this was the beginning of JERUSALEM stoning to death those who go contrary to LAW.
The STONING was of the LAW. Jesus did not allow them to stone the woman taken in adultery. why? He gave her grace; said you without sin cast the first stone.
He stopped that LAW RIGHT THERE.

Grace stops Law. So the law is what is guilty of killing all the prophets and will continue to kill all the righteous and shed their blood, until law is cast into the lake of fire.

Grace does not kill or stone people. Only in law is this done. So law killed all of them, just as Jesus said.

Only by grace can one be SAVED.

Published by Tweety134

I love Jesus. And I only read the King James Scriptures.

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