Friday, November 6, 2015

His blood was not sprinkled on the alter?

I read this and thought, "Jeeesh what have we done to your word ABBA, FATHER!" this is ridiculous but most of Christianity hangs on this mindset I did too, until I returned the Biblical text back to the culture that ABBA purposed all of us to know him through.
I read this question and then read the answer given....We have gotten so far away from why YHWH created Israel

Question: "Why did the sacrificial system require a blood sacrifice?"


Answer: The whole of the Old Testament, every book, points toward the Great Sacrifice that was to come—that of Jesus’ sacrificial giving of His own life on our behalf. Leviticus 17:11 is the Old Testament’s central statement about the significance of blood in the sacrificial system. God, speaking to Moses, declares: “For the life of a creature is in the blood, and I have given it to you to make atonement for yourselves on the altar; it is the blood that makes atonement for one’s life.”

A “sacrifice” is defined as the offering up of something precious for a cause or a reason. Making atonement is satisfying someone or something for an offense committed. The Leviticus verse can be read more clearly now: God said, “I have given it to you (the creature’s life, which is in its blood) to make atonement for yourselves (covering the offense you have committed against Me).” In other words, those who are covered by the blood sacrifice are set free from the consequences of sin.

Of course, the Israelites did not know of Jesus per se, or how He would die on their behalf and then rise again, but they did believe God would be sending them a Savior. All of the many, many blood sacrifices seen throughout the Old Testament were foreshadowing the true, once-for-all-time sacrifice to come so that the Israelites would never forget that, without the blood, there is no forgiveness. This shedding of blood is a substitutionary act. Therefore, the last clause of Leviticus 17:11 could be read either “the blood ‘makes atonement’ at the cost of the life” (i.e., the animal’s life) or “makes atonement in the place of the life” (i.e., the sinner’s life, with Jesus Christ being the One giving life through His shed blood).

Hebrews 9:11-18 confirms the symbolism of blood as life and applies Leviticus 17:11 to the sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ. Verse 12 states clearly that the Old Testament blood sacrifices were temporary and only atoned for sin partially and for a short time, hence the need to repeat the sacrifices yearly. But when Christ entered the Most Holy Place, He did so to offer His own blood once for all time, making future sacrifices unnecessary. This is what Jesus meant by His dying words on the cross: “It is finished” (John 19:30). Never again would the blood of bulls and goats cleanse men from their sin. Only by accepting Jesus’ blood, shed on the cross for the remission of sins, can we stand before God covered in the righteousness of Christ (2 Corinthians 5:21).





Okay so here is what I now understand:

Their is no sacrifice for intentional sin only unintentional Leviticus 4 The Sacrifices had nothing to do with sin)
http://www.hebrew4christians.com/…/V…/Zevachim/zevachim.html

Ezekiel 45 shreds the above answer/commentary
And so too does
Zechariah14:16 Then the survivors from all the nations that have attacked Jerusalem will go up year after year to worship the King, the LORD Almighty, and to celebrate the Festival of Tabernacles.

Shall we continue to shred the above stuff? Okay let's continue:

Isaiah 18:7
At that time gifts will be brought to the LORD Almighty from a people tall and smooth-skinned, from a people feared far and wide, an aggressive nation of strange speech, whose land is divided by rivers-- the gifts will be brought to Mount Zion, the place of the Name of the LORD Almighty.

Isaiah 19:21
So the LORD will make himself known to the Egyptians, and in that day they will acknowledge the LORD. They will worship with sacrifices and grain offerings; they will make vows to the LORD and keep them.

Isaiah 27:13
And in that day a great trumpet will sound. Those who were perishing in Assyria and those who were exiled in Egypt will come and worship the LORD on the holy mountain in Jerusalem.

What is sin according to KINGDOM Law?

1st John 3:4 Everyone who commits sin also breaks the law; sin is the breaking of law.

Romans 3:20 What shall we say, then? Is the law sinful? Certainly not! Nevertheless, I would not have known what sin was had it not been for the law. For I would not have known what coveting really was if the law had not said, "You shall not covet."

Matthew 5:17 Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them.

"Fulfill" a Hebrew Idiom in this context:
http://www.egrc.net/ar…/director/articles_director_1006.html

By the way, the blood of Jesus was not sprinkled on the alter!..
Now that goes against all of the Kingdom precedent concerning...Sacrifice!
Okay, I am done...return to the Kingdom of YHWH...it is coming!

Parashat Vayikra - Why the Sacrifices?
Why the Sacrifices? Further Reflections on Parashat Vayikra.

HEBREW4CHRISTIANS.COM


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