Brother AACOOLDRE : Jesus from Melchizedek or aaron priesthood

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    By Andre Austin

    Paul wrote a letter to an unknown group of Hebrews. Paul attempt to convince the Hebrews that Jesus came from the priesthood of Melchizedek and not of Aaron.

    Paul in (Hebrews 5:6) quotes from Psalm 110:4:

    Melchizedek priesthood:

    “The Lord has sworn {Jesus commands not to swear/oath Matthew 5:33-37).
    And will not change his mind: (This is a contradiction in and of itself***)
    You are a priest forever (Aaron’s priesthood everlasting too Exodus 40:15)
    In the order of Melchizedek”

    *** “I’am the Lord, I change not” (Malachi 3:6) vs. “And the lord repented of the evil which he thought to do unto his people” (Exodus 32:14). So God does change his mind. Paul fails to disclose this change (Hebrew 7:12). And to top it all off as a double treat MalachI was talking about descendants of Jacob not being destroyed likewise the priesthood of Aaron.

    The Bible has given no genealogy tree for Melchizedek (Hebrews 7:3) But Paul offers no evidence that Melchizedek had no descendants.

    Aaron’s priesthood:

    “For their anointing shall surely be an everlasting priesthood throughout their generations. Thus did Moses according to all that the lord commanded him, so did he (Exodus 40:15-16). Jesus said he came to fulfill Moses law and didn’t even mention Melchizedek.

    Paul had to be unaware that the book of Matthew quotes Jesus saying not to swear. Paul knew that the Essenic sect forbidden the swearing and giving oaths but unaware of Jesus statement. Paul states that: “This happened not without the taking of an oath-for others became priests without an oath…to that same degree has Jesus”(Hebrews 7:20-22).

    Also Paul thinks Melchizedek was like Jesus because they were without genealogy, father or mother (Hebrew 7:3). Paul must not have known that Matthew and Luke gives a flawed genealogy of Jesus. Paul is confused. The apostle Paul says that Jesus "was born of the seed of David" (Romans 1:3). Here the word "seed" is literally in the Greek "sperma." This same Greek word is translated in other verses as "descendant(s)" or "offspring." The point is that the Messiah had to be a physical descendant of King David through the male line. If Paul really thought Jesus had no earthly father or mother he would have said he was born of a virgin. Paul said just the opposite and was "born of a woman," not a virgin (Galatians 4:4).

    Paul gave his opinion from which Jesus priesthood came from. Paul writings were altered, edited or he was confused or both. Paul letter was made to apply to the Essenic sect by someone other than Paul to pick a bone with Essenian priests.

    Paul also thinks that “Jesus lives forever” and that links him with “everlasting” priesthood of Melchizedek. But Jesus body was placed in a stone coffin and his spirit went to heaven and gives us the Comforter (spirit) to be transferred through the human genealogy lines from which Melchizedek does not have. Mary’s bloodline runs back to Aaron and tribe of Levi and so did his cousin John the Baptist.

    The Essenic were just like the Ebionites who didn’t believe in a virgin birth so they quite logically wouldn’t accept Melchizedek who had no written genealogy. Now I understand why Paul or his ghost writer spoke out against genealogies (1 Ti 1:4 & Titus 3:9).

    Both the genealogies of Matthew and Luke show that Joseph was a direct descendant of King David. But if Joseph is not Jesus' father, then Joseph's genealogies are meaningless as far as Jesus is concerned, and one has to wonder why Matthew and Luke included them in their gospels. The answer, of course, is that the genealogies originally said that Jesus was the son of Joseph and thus Jesus fulfilled the messianic requirement of being a direct descendant of King David.

    Long after Matthew and Luke wrote the genealogies the church invented (or more likely borrowed from the mystery religions) the doctrine of the virgin birth. Although the virgin birth could be accommodated by inserting a few words into the genealogies to break the physical link between Joseph and Jesus, those same insertions also broke the physical link between David and Jesus.

    The church had now created two major problems: 1) to explain away the existence of two genealogies of Joseph, now rendered meaningless, and 2) to explain how Jesus was a descendant of David.

    Jesus would still not qualify as Messiah if he had been born of a virgin - seed from the line of David was required.