The Cylce Begins

With 5781 just around the corner We will Begin Teachings with an in depth look at the Brit Chadasha with its Torah and Talmud insights in light of its original Aramaic and Hebrew Perspectives. A sneak peek Aramaic Covenant (Apostolic Writings) Apostolic Evangelism’s1Yah Chanan 1Yah 1:1 In the Be-kadmin was the Milta, and the Milta was with Allaha, and the Milta wasAllaha. *2Yah 1:2 He … Continue reading The Cylce Begins

He shall be called a Nazarene

Matti 2:23. And he came and dwelt in a city called Nazareth: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophets, [He shall be called a Nazarene.] Those things which are brought from Isaiah 11:1 concerning Netzer, the Branch; and those things also produced concerning Samson the Nazarite, a most noble type of Christ, have their weight, by no means to be despised. We add, that … Continue reading He shall be called a Nazarene

Yochanan 3

1. There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews: [Nicodemus.] The Talmudists frequently mention Nicodemus. Now the Jews derive this name, not from the Greek original, but from this story: “Upon a certain time, all Israel ascended up to Jerusalem to the feast, and there wanted water for them. Nicodemus Ben Gorion comes to a great man, and prays him, … Continue reading Yochanan 3

Yochanan 1

1. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. [In the beginning was the Word.] In the beginning; in the same sense with Bereshith, In the beginning, in the history of the creation, Genesis 1:1. For the evangelist proposeth this to himself, viz. to shew how that, by the Word, by which the creation was perfected, the redemption was … Continue reading Yochanan 1

Matthew 26 Of the present Authority of the Council, and of its Place. 3. Then assembled together the chief priests, and the scribes, and the elders of the people, unto the palace of the high priest, who was called Caiaphas. [Assembled together unto the palace of the high priest.] Those ominous prodigies are very memorable, which are related by the Talmudists to have happened forty … Continue reading

Mathew 25

1. Then shall the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten virgins, which took their lamps, and went forth to meet the bridegroom. [Ten virgins.] The nation of the Jews delighted mightily in the number ten, both in sacred and civil matters: A synagogue consisted not but of ten at the least: which we have observed before, when we spoke about synagogues. This also was … Continue reading Mathew 25

John 6 study

4. And the Passover, a feast of the Jews, was nigh. [And the Passover was nigh.] “It is a tradition. They inquire and discourse about the rites of the Passover, thirty days before the feast.” From the entrance of these thirty days and so onward, this feast was in the eyes and mouth of this people, but especially in the fifteen days immediately before the … Continue reading John 6 study

Moses stressed three times

Moses assured the Israelites that God will give them the conquest of Canaan. He warned them three times lest they presume that their righteousness provided sufficient merit for their success. Moses had already told them that their future success would be guaranteed “because” of their obedience to the commandments. The people of Israel might naturally assume, then, that success was an indication of their own … Continue reading Moses stressed three times

Matthew 23

2. Saying, The scribes and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat: [In Moses’ seat, &c.] this is to be understood rather of the legislative seat (or chair), than of the merely doctrinal: and Christ here asserts the authority of the magistrate, and persuadeth to obey him in lawful things. Concerning the chairs of the Sanhedrim there is mention made in Bab. Succah: “There were at … Continue reading Matthew 23