The Year of Independence
"The power of Lord YA'OH is upon me because YA'OH anointed me to preach meek ones; He sent me to bind up for the ones of shattered heart, to proclaim independence for the captives, and to the ones tied up, the wide open. To declare the year of the acceptance of YA'OH, and the day of vengeance of our Ala'aym; to comfort all the ones who mourn; to appoint for the mourners of Tsayon, to give to them beauty instead of ashes, the oil of rejoicing instead of mourning, a garment of praise instead of the power of waxing dim; and it will be called to them: 'The posts of righteousness, the planting of YA'OH, that He may be glorified'" (Yashai-Ya'oh [Isaiah] 61:1-3).
What I'm about to say is going to FLY over many heads, and the ones who hate me will see it as an opportunity to step up their weak and illiterate attacks which never amount to anything. Comes with the job. But for those with ears to hear, hear. The story that Luke tells in Luke 4:16-21, about how Jeebus Crisis stood up in his hometown synagogue to read verse 1 and the first part of verse 2 of Yashai-Ya'oh (Isaiah) chapter 61 before the whole congregation on the shabath day, then closed the book, gave it back to the synagogue attendant, sat down, and then told the entire congregation that all those words he just read were fulfilled as of that day, is a total fabrication that never happened historically. How do I know this? First, because this story is not told in the Hebrew Ebionite Matthew. Second, because the words of Yashai-Ya'oh 61:1-2 were not fulfilled at any point during the 1st century AD. Our people were in their own land and not in a land of captivity at that time; and this prophecy is talking about proclaiming independence/liberation (דרור) to our people in captivity. Third, because Luke's quotation of Yashai-Ya'oh 61:1-2 in Luke 4:18-19 is based on a Christian version of the Greek Septuagint (LXX), a version which changes the words "to the ones tied up, the wide open" into this: "and recovering of sight to the blind." Furthermore, the clause "to heal the broken-hearted" is not even found in the best Greek manuscript copies of the Luke gospel. To make matters even worse, the clause "to set at liberty them that are bruised" in Luke 4:18 does not occur, at all, in any manuscript of the book of Yashai-Ya'oh! If you wish to believe Luke was telling you a true story, when it is inconceivable that the messiah CHANGED the wording of Yashai-Ya'oh 61 and ADDED an entire clause, you go right ahead if you choose to be that gullible. Aware of these problems, the European Caucasian bible scholars of King James opted not to use the Christian Greek LXX version of Yashai-Ya'oh 61:1-2 in their 1611 English translation, but their decision created the irreconcilable contradiction between Isaiah 61:1-2 in the KJV and between Luke 4:18-19 in the same KJV! It is a huge mess, a mess which Christians have been brainwashed by their teachers into ignoring, teachers who should know better but pretend like there is no problem when clearly there is. So, to all of you educated, well-read, and well-learned folk, you tell me. Tell me when is the prediction in Yashai-Ya'oh 61:1-3 going to happen? Because it absolutely did not happen 2000 years ago in our own land despite what Christianity tells you every Sunday. When is THE YEAR of the acceptance of YA'OH? When will that YEAR be when captives leave captivity and become liberated? When is their Independence Day? I think you should get down on your knees, pray, and ask the one Above All who is our only Savior and Redeemer. He is your Rock. Your Rock has a name. His name is YA'OH Always has been. Always will be. #EXODUS2023