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Why wasn’t Jesus named Immanuel? | The Arrival of the Many Anti-Christ Figures & the Talmudic Perversion of Scripture | The Sacred Names of the Messiah & the Father(God/El/Eloheim)

Immanuel/Emmanuel = “God with us”

The True Name of the Messiah of the New Testament is IMMANUEL and God is EL

I must continue my repentance for my reign of “sacred namer” terror that I had recently inflicted upon you all. It was as pretentious as it was ignorant and misinformed. Now that I have been corrected by several good natured Rabbis, Ministers & Christian Twitter followers, I won’t make the same mistake again. I will merely politely point out the glaring importance of using these sacred names as originally intended. Or in this case to not use the blasphemous names that many of us, myself included, have been using all this time.

This has heightened importance in the days to come as we have been warned of the arrival of several false Messiahs onto the world stage. These arrivals are most likely right around the corner. Anti-Christ means “in place of Christ” and there won’t be just one of them.

The phrase, “… it’s rider had a bow” reveals itself as more telling and relevant than ever once you realize that proper Greek translation insinuates “bow” to mean “a simple garment or covering”. A MASK! “Ivar the Boneless” was used as an Architype for the Anti-Christ.

Many believe that the Anti-Christ has already arrived and is behind the scenes being readied for his great unveiling to the world. I hesitate to say “the” since there will be more than one and we are dealing with the omnipresent legion spirit. But we are privy to specific details about this particular one.

https://youtu.be/tJxXQ_t3EfA

👆Is this Nephilim King/Annunaki “being/entity” that was unearthed in Iran the vessel that HaSatan intended to be used for this particular infamous Anti-Christ figure that sctipture warned us about? It certainly looks as fresh as the day it was buried and ready for something. I would love to get my hands on that book he is clutching.

Just because Tamara Magdalene is yet another purveyor of the purposefully deceptive & blasphemous Talmudic interpretation of scripture, does not mean her content does not contain useful truths(jewels). Her pointing out that the word “bow” means “a simple garment”(which we can infer as a mask), is a perfect example of this(LISTEN TO EVERYONE, TRUST NO ONE). Its not the only juicy and useful tidbit she has offered up. Her videos are filled with fascinating and useful insights into Babylonian mystery religions that dominate Hollywood and how its rhetoric has been embedded into nearly all of the multimedia they put out. I remind you of what “Grey Magick” is all about. Truths strategically mixed with blasphemies. Its ironic that Tamara herself equipped us with many of the tools and insights which eventually led me to oust her as yet another one of the many deceptive figures that will arise in these “End Times”. She represents the Talmudic deception, but there are many more that have already been unleashed or are waiting to be. Its incredible how just one word, “Yeshua” can poison an entire well of information if you don’t know what to look for.

As far as the physical characteristics of the Messiah, specifically his race or skin color, we have some telling details revealed to us in scripture.

Note that Daniel (10 vs 5–8) and John (Revelation 1;15) said the skin (face and arms) of Jesus Christ gleamed like burnished bronze. | Also, note that Ezekiel also saw a vision of heavenly beings which he said gleamed like burnished brass and like brass (Ezekiel 1:7) , (Ezekiel 40:3) respectively.

These passages have led me to further speculate that the appearance of the Messiah was more “otherwordly”, similar to the way Noah was described upon his birth. We know that Noah, and Moses too, were “of Gods likeness”. Take that for what you will.

I assert these depictions of the Messiahs physical characteristics as truth because this is where scripture has led me. I am physically as white/Caucasian as it gets, so I have no personal motivation to reformulate the physical appearance of the Messiah as this darkened figure because of my desire to transmutate God into the same race as myself. Nor am I a part of any radical Black Israelite movement birthed from the many rising movements of racism towards whites. I assert this because it is so. That’s all. The fact that the Messiah is the son of man is all any of us should need to hear and know when it comes to our own personal “relatability” to God/El/Eloheim.


Source: https://www.gotquestions.org/Immanuel-Jesus.html

Why wasn’t Jesus named Immanuel?

Question: “Why wasn’t Jesus named Immanuel?”

Answer: 
In the prophecy of the virgin birth, Isaiah 7:14, the prophet Isaiah declares, “The Lord himself will give you a sign: The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and will call him Immanuel.” This prophecy had an initial fulfillment during Isaiah’s day, but it ultimately refers to the birth of Jesus, as we see in Matthew 1:22–23: “All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: ‘The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel’ (which means ‘God with us’).” This does not mean, however, that the Messiah’s actual given name would be Immanuel.

There are many “names” given to Jesus in the Old and New Testaments, and Immanuel is one of them. Isaiah elsewhere prophesied of the Messiah, “He will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6). Jesus was never called by any of those “names” by the people He met in Galilee or Judea, but they are accurate descriptions of who He is and what He does. The angel said that Jesus “will be called the Son of the Most High” (Luke 1:32) and “the Son of God” (verse 35), but neither of those was His given name.

The prophet Jeremiah writes of “a King who will reign wisely” (Jeremiah 23:5), and he gives us the name of the coming Messiah: “And this is the name by which he will be called: ‘The LORD is our righteousness’” (Jeremiah 23:6, ESV). Jesus was never called “The Lord Our Righteousness” as a name, but we can call Him that! He brings the righteousness of God to us. He is God in the flesh, and the One who makes us righteous (1 Corinthians 1:302 Corinthians 5:21).

George Herman Ruth was named George, of course. But we can call him other things, and we’re talking about the same person: “Babe,” “the Bambino,” “the Sultan of Swat,” or “the Colossus of Clout.” The names for Babe Ruth multiplied due to his personal history and his signature talent on the ballfield. In a similar way, we can call Jesus by His given name, but we can also call Him “Immanuel.” Or “Wonderful,” “Counselor,” “Prince of Peace,” or “The Lord Our Righteousness.” The names of Jesus Christ multiply due to His divine nature and miraculous work.

To say that Jesus would be called “Immanuel” means Jesus is God, that He dwelt among us in His incarnation, and that He is always with us. Jesus was God in the flesh. Jesus was God making His dwelling among us (John 1:114). God keeps His promises. The virgin Mary bore a son. Two thousand years ago, in Bethlehem, we see that baby born and lowered into the hay for a resting place. That baby, as incredible as it seems, is God. That Baby is God with us. Jesus, as our Immanuel, is omnipotence, omniscience, perfection, and the love that never fails—with us.

No, Joseph did not name Jesus “Immanuel,” but Jesus’ nature makes Him truly Immanuel, “God with us.” Isaiah told us to watch for Immanuel, the virgin-born Son of God. He will save us; He will reconcile people to God and restore creation to its original beauty. We know Him as Jesus, but we can also call Him “God with us,” because that’s exactly who He is.

Recommended Resource: God the Son Incarnate: The Doctrine of Christ by Stephen Wellum

2 Comments

  1. Empire Productions

    Just call him Father and keep it moving. He knows what we mean in our hearts.

    • Comment by post author

      Yes and no. It’s one thing to be ignorant to these kinds of details about the blasphemous nature of many or most of the modern Talmudic & Babylonian iterations of the name of God & the Messiah, but it’s another thing to stumble upon clear evidence of their intended nature as blasphemous and to then discount as unimportant all because, “he knows I’m a good person”. That excuse held water BEFORE, when you didn’t know, but now that you know, to go ahead and try to claim that it’s not really important, just because you are set in your ways or are used to using certain names, then that becomes a glaring insult to the most high because you now should know better. You don’t get to pick and choose what you want to believe. Jesus, Yeshua, Yahuah and Yahusha are modern Talmudic perversions of the name of God and the Messiah and were specifically formulated and chosen by Talmudic Rabbis who HATED the Messiah and they chose names that literally meant “to blot out his true name forever”. Maybe you wish you hadn’t encountered this truth as it makes you uncomfortable knowing you have used these names for so long, but I would be even more uncomfortable moving forward continuing to use these insulting versions of his name now that you know better. The dumber the happier. I get it. But that’s not my perogative here. Knowledge is the most valuable thing in this world. Utilizing this knowledge can’t be a bad thing. I get what your saying. Obviously your true intentions in your heart are WILDLY important, but they don’t override a blatant truth like this.

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