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  1. DK on August 29, 2014 at 9:08 am

    How about Judas Iscariot? Is he OK because he just played a role for the whole process?

  2. Yuda Bachana on September 7, 2014 at 3:14 pm

    God uses men in his plans (Pharaoh, Assyria…), each is responsible for their actions before God, had Juda Iscariot not betrayed his Lord, God plans would come to fruition by other means and Juda would not be guilty of his sins.

  3. Paul Cruice on January 29, 2015 at 4:28 am

    I am not a Jew but I am a christian in Australia and I agree with your article entirely. We have all sinned and fall short of the glory of the Deity. Christians who hate Jews because they think the Jews were responsible for His death don’t even begin to understand their Bible.

  4. Louie Modling on September 26, 2015 at 3:54 pm

    I was raised Baptist-Christian. But when I was 60 years old Yeshua (through His Holy Spirit) took me out of the church because (as He said to me), “I have some things that I want to teach you, and you are hindering me” [being in the church]. I left the church and He began to show me truth in His Scriptures. What I say here I learned from Him:
    Scripture says that “sin is lawlessness” and “all have sinned”. Lawlessness simply means violating Torah. Sins are the real cause of the death of Yeshua, and all men (whether Jew or Gentile) caused (and still cause) the death of Yeshua. Some Christians are learning that they contribute to the death of Yeshua by failing to follow God’s Torah … Most Christians, however follow the traditions of the Christian church; and these traditions kill Yeshua (just as Jews 2,000 years ago followed their traditions and killed Yeshua). Today we are supposed to manifest Yeshua, the king of the Jews, not Jesus the gentilized version of Yeshua.
    Scripture says, “He had a name written on His thigh that no one knew except Himself. He was clothed in a robe dipped in blood, and His name is called The Word of God” Revelation 19:12 -13. The Torah is the written description of Yeshua; Torah is the Word of God which is Yeshua who is the Word manifested in the flesh for all men to see. Right now we are his clothing. The phrase “clothed in a robe dipped in blood” refers to us (for we are his earthly clothes so to speak), and we are stained with our bloody sins. All of us! And none are any better/worse than the other. God has only one people and they are called “My people, Israel”. He does not say “My people, Christians”, nor “My people, Jews”; but He says, “My people Israel”. Scripture clearly shows that the “seed” of Abraham has nothing to do with natural seed. Did not God say to Abraham, “You shall keep my covenant; you and your seed after you”; and did not God also say to Abraham concerning his natural seed Ishmael, “Let it not be grievous in your sight because of the lad….” Wasn’t Esau the natural seed of Abraham and Sarah and Isaac and Rebecca? These things demonstrate that natural seed is not the issue; instead it is the “willing and obedient seed” that becomes the Children of Israel. And lastly, didn’t Yeshua say to the natural descendants of Abraham, “I know that you are Abraham’s descendants, but you seek to kill me, because My word has no place in you”, John 8:37. …. “They answered and said to Him “Abraham is our father.” Yeshua said to them, “If you were Abraham’s children, you would do the works of Abraham. But now you seek to kill me … Abraham did not do this” John 8:39 -40. [And by the way, Abraham obeyed all the laws and statutes of God before the Torah was manifested in the natural, see Genesis 26:15.] Therefore, natural seed means nothing. The significant test is this –
    Is there room in your heart for the truth of the Word of God? Do you want to manifest your traditions or the truth of the Word? Esau had no room in his heart for the Word of God though he was the natural seed of Abraham. Jacob had room in his heart for the Word of God even though Jacob sinned (by marrying his wife’s sister) because God said to him “I am the Lord God of Abraham, your father,” Genesis 28:13. Sin therefore does not prevent anyone from becoming the “seed of Abraham”. Rather the test is, Are you willing to make room in your heart for the true Word of God when you hear the truth about it? If you have this special room in your heart, then you are “My people Israel” and there is no mention of “My people, the Jews” nor “My people, the Christians”. We cannot interpret anything from the Gospel Scriptures (and its letters and writings) contrary to Torah. Nothing! Absolutely nothing! God is restoring His pure language so we may all call upon the name of the Lord in unity. Praise God

  5. Romerito Silva de Oliveira on November 23, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    Shalom!

    Very interesting this article! Besides interesting is true. They blame the Jews for killing Yeshua, but it was HaShem who wanted to do so.

    I believe that the Roman Church manipulated Bri’t Hadasha to some extent to try to incriminate the Jews, but according to Psalm 22: 17-19 it was the Romans who actually crucified him. Of course some religious leaders (Sadducees) helped, but who really hit the hammer was Rome.

    Thanks for the article! Really very good!

  6. Christiano Lopes on February 16, 2017 at 8:26 pm

    It was my sin that killed Jesus.

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