Updated: Oct 24
Read what OUR BROTHER actually said about them.
Mathath-Ya'oh 7:1-8 (Mat. 5:1-12)
And it came to pass after this, in that time; he saw the multitudes, and he climbed up the mountain and sat down. Then his students drew near to him, and he opened his mouth and he spoke to them saying: Blessed are the abayonaym, for theirs is the kingdom of Ala'aym. Blessed are the meek, for they will possess the land. Blessed are those waiting, for they will be comforted. Blessed is the pure of heart for they will see Ala'aym. Blessed are the ones pursuing the shalom, for the children of Ala'aym will they be called. Blessed are the ones persecuted for righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are you when they persecute and slander you and say to you everything evil on account of me, but they speak falsely. Rejoice and be glad for your reward is great in heaven. Thus they persecuted the prophets. There are 7 beatitudes not 9 like you see in the fabricated Greek version of this book made by an anonymous heathen. There is no mumbo-jumbo "spiritual" talk in the original Ghabaray (Hebrew) composed by Mathath-Ya'oh (Matthew). Other textual differences: Mat. 5:3 "in spirit" was added in the Greek text. Mat. 5:4 altered and moved up one line in Greek text. Mat. 5:6 invented in the Greek text. Mat. 5:7 invented in the Greek text. Mat. 5:9 altered in the Greek text. He called his students "abayonaym" (needy ones). Not "poor in spirit". He said his students will inherit the kingdom. He said his students will take possession of the promised land. Since he and the people were IN THE LAND when he said this, his words are predicting that the nation would be scattered from the land and then a remnant will return at a later point. He said his students who "wait" (not mourn!) will be consoled, i.e. because the wait will be a long one. He said his students are the pure of heart and they will literally see YA'OH Ala'aym. So here we see clearly that he was not claiming to be YA'OH Ala'aym, nor His co-creator, nor His twin, nor any of that blasphemous deified god-man idolatry you read about on almost every page of the Greek New Testament.
He said his students are the ones really pursuing the shalom and they therefore are the children of Ala'aym. You want real peace? You make peace with YA'OH and you do so by keeping His commandments. He said his students will be persecuted for righteousness, i.e. for doing the commandments, not doing away with them like Paul and the Christian church, and they will be the ones to inherit the kingdom of heaven. He said his students should rejoice and be happy when they are persecuted and vilified wrongly (by members of their own race!), for their reward will be the same as the reward of the prophets of old. These are not the words of a man who believed he is Almighty God, or His equal, and that he deserves divine worship and prayer. This man is a servant and a worshiper of YA'OH. These are also not the words of a man who thought that the kingdom was coming tomorrow, i.e. in his day in the 1st century AD. He obviously knew a great amount of time would elapse, and that the curses of Deuteronomy 28 would befall the nation, before the kingdom would come. He knew that a lot of lies, distortion, and mis-information would corrupt and hide the truth during this lengthy interval. So he described, in advance, the people who will be the ones to re-take the holy land to establish the kingdom, and he described them by name. If you are not the abayonaym calling on the name YA'OH, and keeping His commandments, you are not in the truth. His name is YA'OH Always has been. Always will be.