Purim dan Yeshua

Purim adalah hari libur Yahudi yang memperingati pembebasan orang-orang Yahudi di Kekaisaran Persia kuno di mana plot telah dibentuk untuk menghancurkan mereka. Kisah ini dicatat dalam Kitab Ester.

Menurut Kitab Ester, di zaman kerajaan Raja Ahasyweros (diduga Xerxes I dari Persia) Haman merencanakan untuk membunuh semua orang Yahudi di kekaisaran ini, namun rencananya itu digagalkan oleh Mordekai dan putri angkatnya Esther yang telah naik menjadi Ratu Persia. Hari pembebasan menjadi hari perjamuan dan sukacita.

Esther 9:20-32
28. dan bahwa hari-hari itu akan diperingati dan dirayakan di dalam tiap-tiap angkatan, di dalam tiap-tiap kaum, di tiap-tiap daerah, di tiap-tiap kota, sehingga hari-hari Purim itu tidak akan lenyap dari tengah-tengah orang Yahudi dan peringatannya tidak akan berakhir dari antara keturunan mereka.

Banyak orang tidak menyadari bahwa Yeshua merayakan pesta Purim ! Dalam Yohanes 5:1 , Yeshua ada di Yerusalem untuk pesta yang tidak disebutkan namanya. Para ahli telah memperdebatkan apakah pesta itu Paskah, Purim, Sukkot atau bahkan Pentakosta. Beberapa telah menolak Purim karena disebut sebagai pesta “minor” dan bukan salah satu dari tiga “besar” festival ziarah (Ulangan 16:16). Namun argumen ini tidak relevan karena Yeshua juga merayakan hari libur ”kecil” lain, seperti hari raya Hanukkah, sebagaimana disebutkan dalam Yohanes 10:22.

Secara kronologis, satu-satunya pesta yang masuk akal adalah Purim di 28 CE. Saat Pesta di Yohanes 5 jatuh pada hari Sabat (ayat 9 ). Satu-satunya hari raya yang jatuh pada hari Sabat antara 25 dan 35 CE adalah hari raya Purim dari 28 CE. Dalam Yohanes 5, Yeshua menyembuhkan orang yang memiliki kelemahan selama 38 tahun di dekat Kolam Bethesda ( Yohanes 5:1-9 ). Ini juga pertama kalinya dalam pelayanan publik-Nya bahwa Dia menyebut Elohim sebagai Bapa-Nya, sehingga menjadikan diri-Nya sendiri sama dengan Elohim ( 5:18 ). Dan Dia juga mengatakan bahwa penghakiman ada pada Putra (Yoh 5:22)

Berdasarkan nubuatan para Rabbi Yahudi, dimana HaMasiakh akan datang di akhir zaman dan penggenapan salah satu rabbi yang menyatakan Masiakh akan siap di hari Raya Purim 2016. Juga kita berada di Tahun Yobel. Saya percaya persiapan sedang terjadi di alam Roh dan alam Nyata dimana “Yeshua” akan datang..

Pertanyaannya siapakah “Yeshua”?

Saya percaya Firman Yeshua: Yohanes 10:30 …Aku dan Bapa adalah satu… Artinya Aku dan Yeshua adalah satu…… Aku dan Yeshua akan datang saat Purim… 2016..

Percayakah Anda.. Aku adalah tubuh manusia yang didalamnya bermanifest Yeshua yang dahsyat…?

HaleluYeshua…

Segala Puji bagi Yeshua Bapa Pencipta langit dan bumi..

Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson and Ha Masiakh

Ahli Bible code, Nabi Matityahu Glazerson,  menyatakan kedatangan Messiah/Ha Masiakh/HaMoshiach di tahun 2016.

Artinya ada hal yang luarbiasa akan terjadi di saat Hanukah 2015 sampai Purim 2016. Messiah bersiap-siap untuk muncul ke bangsa-bangsa memberitakan KEBENARAN yang diperlukan pada Zaman akhir ini. Kebenaran tentang siapa Tuhan yang benar yang harus di sembah dan dipuji.. Kebenaran yang telah di selewengkan beribu ribu tahun yang lalu.. Kebenaran tentang Nama Tuhan.. Yeshua..

Mari kita baca tentang hal ini. Pertama-tama kita akan membaca dahulu siapakah Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson

 

Who is Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson ?

Rabbi Glazerson was born and educated in Israel. He studied at Medrashiat Noam in Pardes Chana and at various Yeshivot, including Kfar Chassidim, Ponievez, and Chevron. In 1964, after just being married, he went to Johannesburg, South Africa, where established the Yeshivah Torat Emet and became its head until he returned to Israel in 1980.

Rabbi Glazerson has been involved in bringing many Jewish youngsters back to their Jewish roots. He has authored more than 30 books in Hebrew, most of which have been translated into Russian, French, Spanish,and English. For fifteen years, Rabbi Glazerson wrote a weekly column for Yom HaShishi in which he related words associated with current events to other Hebrew words having the same gematria. It is by way of the Hebrew letters and gematria that Rabbi Glazerson teaches Torah, instilling and inspiring Jewish values in those who read his books.

http://www.realbiblecodes.com/people/glazerson.php

 

New Bible Code Hints 2016 Ripe for the Messiah

By Rivkah Lambert Adler December 31, 2015 ,

http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/57619/new-bible-code-hints-2016-ripe-for-the-messiah-jewish-world/#iQ8PmwdfhHrQEGGH.97

Speaking to Breaking Israel News, Glazerson said the auspiciousness of this year is enhanced by a different table in which he found something he says “statistically is one to millions.”  In this table, he found the sentence “HaMoshiach Purim” (the Messiah in Purim) which, says Glazerson, appears only “once in the Torah in a skip of 5776 letters.” This is significant because this coming holiday of Purim (which begins at sundown on March 23, 2016) will be the Purim of the Hebrew year 5776.

At the 3:26 mark, Glazerson turns his attention to the Bible Codes table from the Book of Genesis that includes verse 49:1.

In this table, he finds codes for a number of messianic concepts, including Ben Yishai (son of Yishai) which is a clear reference to King David from whom the Messiah son of David is descended. Significantly, the Hebrew words Ben Yishai intersect with the full verse from Genesis 49:1.

Glazerson also found the code for Moshiach intersecting with the Hebrew letters that refer to this year. Finally, he points out that the Hebrew name of Eliyahu (Elijah the prophet) who is destined to announce the arrival of the Messiah, also intersects with the letters referring to the current Hebrew year.

Glazerson ends the video optimistically.  Although there have been promising findings in gematria and Bible Codes about previous years and we have not yet merited it, there are encouraging signs that 2016 will yet be the year in which the entire world will greet the Messiah.

 

Hanukkah Ripe for the Messiah? New Bible Codes Suggest World Entering Auspicious Time

By Rivkah Lambert Adler December 6, 2015 ,

http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/55437/is-hanukkah-ripe-for-the-messiah-new-bible-codes-suggest-world-entering-auspicious-time-jewish-world/#KFK6ay5JrkOc1Z1o.97

 

Two Bible Code videos, both released on October 26, 2015, suggest that certain times are particularly auspicious for the arrival of the Messiah. Two of those potential times are the upcoming Jewish holidays of Hanukkah, which begins at sunset on December 6, and Purim, which takes place in March 2016.

A critically important message of many of the Bible Code videos, including this one from Sukkot, is that the timing of the Messiah’s arrival is dependent on the Jews fulfilling the word of God, by keeping God’s Biblical commandments.

In the video, Glazerson points out the Hebrew letters that stand for 5776, which is the current year in the Hebrew calendar, and the words “Ben Yishai” (Son of Jesse) and David, both clear references to “Moshiach ben David” (Messiah, son of David).

In the longer of the two videos that suggest auspicious dates for the Messiah to arrive, Rabbi Mattityahu Glazerson, an international expert on Bible Codes, reviews a table that includes Bible Codes embedded in the Books of Numbers and Deuteronomy. Glazerson points out where the words Moshiach (Messiah) and Hanukkah appear together. Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, occurs in the winter, close to the winter solstice, when the days are short.

At the end of the first video, Glazerson reiterates the need for the Jewish people to keep all the commandments of the Torah. Speaking to Breaking Israel News, Glazerson explained, “These [dates that are found in Bible Codes] are dates destined for Mashiach (Messiah), but if the condition of repentance is missing, it [his arrival] will be delayed to another appropriate date.”

The second, shorter Bible Codes video mentions the Jewish holiday of Purim as another possible date for the arrival of the Messiah. Purim celebrates the salvation of the Jewish people from Haman, who planned to kill all the Jews in ancient Persia, as told in the Biblical Book of Esther

Riyadh is a Muslim Qurani Sheikh

November  20, 2015

Riyadh is a Muslim Qurani Sheikh. The Qurani community believes only in what’s written in the Quran and they don’t believe in the Hadith, so they don’t believe in the necessity to attack Jews. He says that it’s written in the Quran that the Jewish people are the chosen people, and that they have a divine right for the land of Israel, as the prophetic words uttered 1500 years ago, when it was predicted that the territory of the Kingdom of Greater Israel would be from Iraq to Egypt, the Temple would be built, the Messiah would come, and redemption would emerge from Israel. Before the establishment of the State of Israel, when the Jews were dispersed, it was hard for people to believe it would happen, but the prophecy began to be fulfilled in ’48, when the state of Israel was established. He also speaks about his grandfather, who was a Mufti and came to Israel due to the prophecy. His grandfather was a Muslim commentator and an arbiter, and he assigned him to be his successor.

http://www.newsdesk-israel.com/muslim-qurani-jews-have-a-right-to-the-land-of-israei/

https://www.facebook.com/The-Temple-Institute-22738684968/?fref=ts

 

I quote about Quranism from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quranism

 

Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur’āniyya) describes any form of Islam that accepts the Quran as scripture, but rejects the religious authority of the Hadith, which all other Muslims consider to be essential for understanding Islam. Quranists follow the Quran alone. They believe that its message is clear and complete, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the Hadith.

Quranism is not a denomination; it is not defined by what it believes, but rather what it rejects. It is often described as anti-Hadith by its opponents, and Quranism is just a positive alternative to that name. There are significant differences between Quranists in their interpretation of Islam.

Quranism is similar to movements in other religions such as the Karaite movement of Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Christianity.[1] Hadith rejection has also been associated with Muslim modernists.[2]