Biblical Healing Study Guide Series #1, The Healing Mindset, What If Mankind Actually Believed God’s Word?

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    The Healing Mindset, a Biblical Healing Study Guide 

    There are six study guides in this series on healing. The first two build information why people should believe God about being healed and that it is His will for all mankind to be healed. Starting with the fall of Adam and Eve, sickness and disease entered the world. They were made perfect, and after the fall their bodies started deteriorating they died (Romans 5:11, 12).  There was now a need to be healed because death passed upon all mankind, and God was and still is willing to heal us

     What are Biblical Study Guides?  

    Fast and easy studies on  subjects  that offer biblical reference to allow the student to make up his or her mind on what the Bible says about healing. In areas of living life today, we spend a lot of time studying social media. Better yet, why not spend at least the same time learning something that can heal you!

    This Study Guide gives the information on who Jesus was

    Who was Jesus: was he a charlatan, an impostor, or the son of God that made healing available to mankind? The right information comes first then healing follows, not being political correctness or changing words which suppress healing by destroying the information source: out of sight, out of mind.  Israel and believers today have the right to accept or reject this amazing truth that Jesus taught

    How to use this Study Guide on Healing

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    The Table of Contents is an alphabetical listing of all the topics of this Study Guide on Healing 

     
    Believing in the name of Jesus Christ 

    Biblical Believing (ignites healing)

    • Biblical Believing overall

    • Other areas where religion has perverted the Word about Godly believing

    • Why rote prayer for healing doesn’t work, the rosary has nothing to do with believing

    • Prayed for himself

    • Examples of unbelief

    • Examples of how fear and emotions affect living an abundant life

    Faith should be translated as believing, the same word
    • The misunderstanding of the word faith, which should be translated as believing

    • In Luke 7:50, the word faith is used referring to her being healed. Not referring to a certain denomination like the Jewish faith, Christian faith, or Catholic faith. If you translate it as believing, it fits all the records concerning healing

    • For people to be healed in the gospel period, they had to believe the information that they heard and understood correctly concerning Jesus, not a denomination or certain group of people

     

    Carnal and Spiritual mind
     Carnal mind
    • The carnal mind

    • The blood of Jesus Christ cleanses us from all sin, what does it mean concerning physical wholeness?

     

    Perceiving mind
    • The understanding and the perception of the word of God would lead to a change in the mind

     

    Spiritual mind
    • The spiritual mind

    • New Testament, examples of how the spirit helps the flesh by thinking spiritually

     
    Understanding (Builds Believing)

    To understand what you hear means to mentally grasp the information that is heard, good or bad, and act upon it. This would include hearing it as spoken, without changing the meaning of the words, and hearing what was spoken correctly.  Jesus taught this twelve times in the gospels referring to information being heard but not understood – Jeremiah 5:21

         
        Defiled, an unhealed state of living should be understood
    • This information was given to Israel about the kingdom that was heard but not understood, believed, or healed – Matthew 13:13-16 (Isaiah 6:9, 10)

    • When people are taught the word of God, not the religious interpretation of the word. By either hearing it, seeing it, or reading it, and don’t understand or perceive it correctly, they won’t believe it, and our defiled                

    • Sometimes doing God’s will is not understood, for example, how Jesus fed 4000 plus people with 7 loaves of bread and a few fishes; the twelve just couldn’t wrap their minds around it – Matthew 15:29-38, 16:9, 10, Mark 8:1-21

    • Need to understand God’s word, because not understanding it is what defiles mankind – Mark 7:15-23

        
         God-haters won’t understand
    • Some people will hate God’s word, they won’t listen to it or read anything about it and won’t understand it – Matthew 13:15 (Isaiah 5:16-24, 6:9, 10)
         Jesus’s ministry needs to be understood
    • When Jesus was thirty years old, he officially proclaimed the practical opening of his ministry (Luke 4:16-21); one part of his ministry would be physical healing, which Israel needed to know and understand – Matthew 4:13, Luke 4:31
    • This Parable regards Jesus as “THE” way, not “A” way. The people that Jesus was teaching about his position in history didn’t believe or understand what he was telling them. Was teaching them the coming Kingdom of God. Many of the religions of the world believe he is one of the ways to God not the only way to God and thereby fall into the category of mankind that is damned and unhealed – John 10:1-6
          Miracles of healing build understanding
    • The first miracle Jesus did was to turn water into wine. Did the people understand who he was? – John 2:1-11
    • He did other miracles in Capernaum, including healings -Matthew 9:1-26, 17:24-27, Mark 1:21-45, 2:1, 3:1-6, Luke 7:1-10, John 4:46-53, 6:17-25, 59
    • Jesus’ home was Capernaum is they forsook him because they didn’t change their minds about who Jesus was. They saw the miracles he did but didn’t understand or believe who he really was – Matthew 11:12-24, Mark 6:2, 3, Luke 4:22
     
         The right information needs to be understood
    • Information concerning God’s word is received by the five senses, but they need to hear it correctly to understand it and be healed
    • The word “perceive” means to pay attention to, and then understand what you need to do about it. We hear people say “oh I understand that” and go about their lives with no Godly results. The truth is they could care less about what you are telling them about healing and God’s word. They are into, did I miss a tweet because you are wasting my time with this gibberish,” you could call it an attitude of superiority that I know what’s best for my life, not you. The understanding and the perception of the word of God would lead to a change in the mind and then the word would heal people’s lives
         Wacky understanding events
    • Peter, James, and John were taken by Jesus into a high mountain and they had a 3-D experience seeing dead Moses and Elijah who appeared to them from the sky and they were talking with Jesus. No wonder they didn’t understand but later they did understand that Jesus was talking about John the Baptist, this one is beyond my comprehension! – Matthew 17:1-13
    • Unto the twelve was given to know mysteries of the Kingdom of God by Jesus, but to others, it wasn’t given to know. The part of this knowledge was they needed to see, hear and understand it to be changed, sins forgiven and then be healed, but the others that Jesus was teaching just wouldn’t understand the mysteries concerning the Kingdom of God and wouldn’t be changed, forgiven or healed – Mark 4:11, 12
     
    Christ’s power and authority of his name after Pentecost
     Are angels real?
    • Angels are involved in this reign now and probably make up his military – Deuteronomy 33:2, Hebrews 1:13, 14, Jude 14
    • Jesus would command and be able to use angels in the future. In 1836 BC – Jacob dreamed that a ladder reached from the earth to heaven and angels went up and down on it. In John 1:51 angels are ascending and descending upon the son of man; it could be referring to angels that he controls and he can (12 legions of angels, that’s 72,000 – Matthew 26:53) – Genesis 28:12, John 1:51
     
    His power base is using his father’s Spirit to rule
     
        Jesus, as the Christ, the ruler
    • A scepter (scepter represents a ruler’s power) and lawgiver will not depart from Judah until Shiloh (Jesus) comes – Genesis 49:8-12
    • This scepter, Jesus (ruler with authority) will rise out of Israel – Numbers 24:15-18
    • His throne is forever and ever and is a right scepter (ruler). Ruler that hates wickedness and loves peace, righteousness and his judgments are just, was picked by God to rule an everlasting kingdom – Psalm 45:6, 7,Isaiah 9:7, Luke 1:32, 33, John 5:30, Hebrews 1:8
    • Out of the tribe of Judah would be a lawgiver – Psalm 60:7,108:8
        Rule with is God’s Righteous Standard
    • God’s Spirit of judgment, not by the worldly five senses but God’s righteousness, which is the right standard for living life – Jeremiah 23:5
    • Will reign, prosper and execute judgment and justice in the earth by using God’s Spirit- Jeremiah 23:5
    • He would be the lord our righteousness – Jeremiah 23:5, 6, 33:14-18
    • Righteousness, the right standard for living a Godly life will be the girdle (strengthens) of his loins (ready for action) and faithfulness, girdle (strengthens) of his reins (mind) – Isaiah 11:5
    • The enemies of this Kingdom ruled by “The Christ” are under his feet, the last being death, but not believers who will reign with him – Matthew 22:44 Mark 12:36, 14:62, Luke 20:42, 43, Acts 2:35, 1 Corinthians 15:25, 26, Ephesians 1:22, Hebrews 1:13, 2:8
    • His righteous throne is forever; his kingdom is righteous, He loves righteousness and hates wickedness – Psalm 45:6, 7, Hebrews 1:8, 9
    The son of God will rule
    • This is how Jesus who is now “The Christ” would rule from this position of authority
    • He will rule with God’s Spirit of wisdom, knowing what to do in all situations – Isaiah 11:2-5
    • With God’s Spirit of understanding, discernment is nothing more than the ability to decide between truth and error, right and wrong. Discernment is the process of making careful distinctions in our thinking about truth
    • With God’s Spirit of counsel, giving Godly advice on any subject, the question is who is the Christ counseling; wouldn’t it be great if this is referring to believers today?
    • With God’s Spirit of might is God’s spiritual power, look at it as God’s military including his angels and “The Christ is the General”
    • With God’s Spirit of knowledge is knowing what to do in every situation instantly
    What period of time?
    • An interesting point to think about is when you rule you have to rule people. After the return, there is no reason to have to rule people. So can this time period of ruling people be talking about from the day of Pentecost and is in effect today? Could Christ be directing believers today with this power and authority to control the world we live in until a point in time that is still future at the end times? – Isaiah 11:1-5, 42:1-4, Jeremiah 23:5, 33:14, 15
          After the day of Pentecost (Christ’s power)
    • The time of Jesus Christ’s first ascension was after his resurrection and before the day of Pentecost – Acts 1:9-11
          After the return of “The Christ” (Christ’s power)
    • Jesus Christ will come in the clouds with power at his return – Daniel 7:13, Matthew 24:30, 31, 26:64, Mark 14:62, Luke 21:27
     
    Communion of the body and blood of Jesus (Christ’s power)
          Communion (bread and wine), healing (Christ’s power)
           Melchizedek (Shem) did no atonement for sin (no sacrifice on the altar), like the priesthood under the law did. Jesus would be the atonement at a future             time and in Shem’s time, there was no Law. So, it is correct that there was no atonement for sin even though there was sin in the world at that time –                   Hebrews 7:13
    • Melchizedek (Shem) brought bread and wine to Abraham to bless him because Abraham lived God’s right standard for life (God’s righteousness). Abraham killed the kings that stole all the goods of the Kings of Sodom and Gomorrah and got Lot back, his goods, and the people in Lot’s household. – Genesis 14:18-20, Hebrews 7:1, 2, 4-9
    • Then Abraham gave Shem tithes of all the spoils that he took from the enemy kings – Genesis 14:20, Hebrews 7:4
           The communion (the sharing fully) of the body of Christ and the eating of his bread refers to his physical body. Jesus’ body was beaten physically beyond           comprehension and he physically died. When he was raised from the dead his body was 100% whole. To the point that people who have critical physical  conditions like cancer is to understand why they are not healed is because they don’t rightly discern the lord’s body. If you have cancer drive your mind to           understand what it is to rightly understand what the lord’s body means and at some point, prior to taking your last breath you will be healed! – John 6:48-         58, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 17, 11:23-30
    • Melchizedek (Shem) gave Abraham bread and wine because he was the high priest. Why bread and wine and why give it to Abraham as a duty of the office of the high priest? This was the first time God mentions this combination in the world and could be referring to the future power of healing and the new birth. God healed Abraham and Sarah to have Isaac, who was born in 1891 BC, could this had been God working out the line of the seed going forward? – Genesis 14:18
    • Could this be referring to what the future promised seed of the woman would accomplish concerning the communion of the body and the blood of Jesus, which Jesus explained at his last meal prior to his death? The bread represented His body and the wine represented mankind’s redemption – Genesis 14:18, Matthews 26:26-29, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 23-30
    • The Passover lamb also dealt with the body and blood referring to health – Exodus 12:1-29
    • Jesus is the bread of life, it’s not the bread of death which is eating to devils It’s not like manna because the people that ate that bread died, but it is a bread of life – John 6:33-35, 6:48-51, 1 Corinthians 10:16-21
    • Jesus called a sickness sin – Matthew 9:2-8
    • The communion of the blood of Christ, his blood was shed for mankind which made available the remission of sins after Pentecost – Matthew 26:26-28, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:20, Acts 2:38, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 17
     
    Defile mankind (a mindset that destroys believing)
    Ears to hear God’s word
    • What the nation of Israel was supposed to hear from God
         What does defile mankind (hearing and seeing Man’s words)
    • After the kingdom of God is in place, what does defile mankind
    • Not understanding God’s word is what defiles mankind – Mark 7:15-23
    • To be “defiled” means to make common, render unholy, or unclean. Man, when he was originally created, wasn’t common or unclean, but was perfect (Genesis 1:27, 28) 
    • What makes man common, or defiled, is a bad heart referring to a part of the mind, not the physical heart. This also is not talking about the fall of man recorded in Genesis 3, but refers to something available now, that a mind can either be good or bad.  This word defiled includes physical deterioration!
    • It’s what comes out of the mouth that defiles man, not what goes into it – Matthew 15:11,16-20, Mark 7:14, 18-23
    • Jesus said evil thoughts that proceed out of the heart defile man (defined as what makes man worse) – Mark 7:22
    • There are two records that show deceitful thoughts, defile man
          What does not defile mankind (hearing and seeing God’s words)
    • After the kingdom of God is in place, does not defile mankind
    • What things do not defile mankind All people that have the capability of hearing and listening are responsible for hearing and understanding the word of God. It’s a free-will decision to listen to God instead of man’s traditions and you will not be defiled
                                                                                                                    
    Devil spirits
    Devil spirits and healing
     
    Emotions of man
    Emotions of the heart (the innermost part of the mind)
    • Bad emotions of the mind affect people that show these emotions, where no action was taken, no words spoken, mostly affect themselves, but not others
    • Emotions of the mind being spoken to others, but no action taken; this category probably hurts more people than anything else
    • The emotions of the mind with action is what Jesus said defiles mankind and is usually associated with a negative action
    • The mind comes to a specific decision and action is taken based on emotions
    • Some points to consider along these lines of how emotions affect people
    • Old Testament examples of what makes a good and bad heart (Proverbs 4)
     
    Healing
     Gospel records of John the Baptist
    • Gospel records of John the Baptist and what he was supposed to accomplish
    • Gabriel tells Zacharias, John’s father of his future son – Luke 1:5-20
    • John’s birth – Luke 1:57-66
    • John taught about the Kingdom of heaven is at hand (near) – Matthew 3:1-12, Mark 1:2-8, Luke 3:1-18
    • John taught that Israel needed to repent – Matthew 3:2
    • John would baptize Israel in water and was unto repentance – Matthew 3:6
     Healing- Jesus’s opening statement
    • When Jesus was thirty years old, he officially proclaimed the practical opening of his ministry. One part of his ministry would be physical healing, which Israel needed to know and understand – Luke 4:16-22
     Healings – multiple healings, same time
           13 records show multiples of people being healed at one time by Jesus and can happen today
    • In ten of the records, people brought others to Jesus Christ, or they followed him. By their actions, they showed they had heard, understood, and believed correctly, thus they took the proper action and they were healed 
    • The three records of others including his disciples and one loony tune healing people apart from Jesus
    Healings – people possessed by devil (evil) spirits
           6 records of people that were possessed by a devil spirit were healed by Jesus. They wouldn’t have heard, understood, and believed correctly the                             information concerning Jesus.
    • In four records, other people brought the one possessed to Jesus which shows they heard and understood the truth about Jesus
    • Is exorcism real, maybe, but God does tell believers by them using the nine uses of his Spirit. One of those uses is discerning of Spirits – 1 Corinthians 12:10
     Healing other miscellaneous records
    • 13 records of people being healed, showing the ones that spoke to Jesus knew the truth about him, understood and believed about him including being healed
    • 5 records show the actions of the ones that were healed or others dealing with the situation reveal that they heard and understood correctly the information concerning Jesus
     Healing – understanding together
     Healing – without believing mentioned
    • 10 records of People can be healed without the healer knowing what is in their minds concerning the information they had heard and understood about Jesus
    Judas
    Judas betrayed him
    Kingdoms
    Kingdom of God
    Is our life a wilderness?
    • I Corinthians 11:23-30 explains in detail the Lord’s Supper, including an explanation of the Lord’s body. I would like to take a greater look at his body and why God would declare in His word that not discerning His body is the cause of physical problems for Christians today
    • God’s truths concerning wholeness
    • The first word “weak” is defined as “feeble, lacking strength.” To not discern the Lord’s body makes us feeble and we lack strength.  Let’s take a look at the usages in the word where it is used as a weakness of our physical body
    • Additional records of the same ailment, weak
    Is the USA being destroyed from within?
    • We are not living in a culture that is rich in God healing mankind
    Kingdom of God and Heaven are one of the same
    • The things concerning the kingdom of God Israel was to hear
    • Kingdom of heaven, same as the kingdom of God – Matthew 11:12-15
    • The Savior of that kingdom was Jesus the son of God
    • What it took to be a disciple of Jesus – Luke 14:25-35
          Kingdom was still future at this time
    • What the Jewish people were to hear from God’s point of view would affect mankind forever. Jesus taught about a future kingdom that would come in the near future that would change the history of mankind. Jesus would become the savior of mankind making available the new birth which would bring eternal life and making physical and mental wholeness available to all mankind
    • God’s haymaker, “Hey, mankind wake up” the world is about to change after the day of Pentecost, and the religious elite aren’t going to stop this historical change; this was history in the making!
          Living in the Kingdom of God after Pentecost
    • The Christ” is the head of the church; the church is in effect now, which started on the day of Pentecost, which means it is active now and this power can be used by believers today – Ephesians 1:22, 23
    • Angels are involved in this reign now and probably make up his military – Deuteronomy 33:2, Hebrews 1:13, 14, Jude 14
    Living in a healing environment after Pentecost
    • Some of the benefits of living under the authority of the Kingdom of God would also apply to believers as well after Pentecost even though Jesus taught this to Israel prior to the kingdom of God coming – Luke 4:18-21
    • Whoever believes on him shall not be ashamed – Romans 9:33, 1 Peter 2:6-8
    • Would teach good tidings unto the meek (oppressed) – Luke 4:18 (Isaiah 58:6, 61:2)
    • Would bind up the brokenhearted, heal a broken mind
    • Would proclaim liberty to the captives, who need deliverance (to be healed)
    • Would open the prison for them that are bound
    • Would set at liberty those that are bruised (injured, hurt)
    • Would proclaim the day of vengeance of our God, not mentioned in Luke 4:19, but was mentioned in Isaiah 61:2 and was to bring comfort to those that mourn
     Mind

    Mind trained and condition

    • For where your treasure (thoughts) is, there will be your heart (mind) also, which produces a good or bad heart – Matthew 6:21
    • Things that make up both, a good or bad heart (innermost part of the mind), thinking part of the mind, thoughts, and actions that are taught in Matthew
    • A recap of what is a good and bad mind
    • Mind (good or bad) trained and conditioned
    • A change in physical direction of a person, place, or thing:
    • Showing change from one mental state to another
    • How the heart functions and what it does
    • Usages of perceiving in the Gospels
    • Jesus used the word “to understand” in these records
         Mind – bad (heart, innermost part of the mind)
    • Worldly negative “Matthew Man” Heart (a bad mind)
    • Mental Negative functions of the mind
    • Wrong Actions produced by a bad mind
          Mind – good (heart, innermost part of the mind)
    • Godly “Matthew Man” Heart (a good mind)
    • Mental Positive Functions
    • Right Actions
          Mind – good heart in New Testament
    • A good heart in the New Testament
          Mind – good heart in Old Testament
    • A good heart in the Old Testament records
          Mind – bad heart in New Testament
    • A bad heart in the New Testament
          Mind – bad heart in Old Testament
    • A bad heart is in the Old Testament
          Mind of Christ
    • The mind of Christ
    • Some of the things Jesus suffered were covered in these verses
     
    Old Testament Prophecies concerning “Jesus” and “The Christ”
     Fall of mankind
    • The background information concerning the fall of mankind
    • They could freely eat of all trees except the tree of the knowledge of good and evil – Genesis 2:16, 17
    • Devil quoted Psalm 91:11, 12, that God gave his angels the job of keeping his son in all his ways but omitted “in all thy ways” and added “at any time” in Matthew 4:6, Luke 4:10. The devil was trying to get Jesus to commit suicide, in other words, he was telling Jesus you can do anything at any time and the angels would take care of. That would be a controlled life with no consequences. Jesus always did the Father’s will, it wouldn’t have been his will if Jesus would have jumped, he would have been dead and the devil would have remained as the ruler of this world
    Jesus would be Israel’s King
    • The Prophesies that are written concerning Jesus, Israel’s redeemer, and what he was to do was available for Israel to hear and understand
    • The Old Testament gives information about his coming the first time – Mark 1:2
    • John proclaimed to Israel that Jesus was nowhere – Matthew 3:1-3, Mark 1:3,7, 8
    • Jesus’ proclamation that his ministry had started – Luke 4:16-21(Isaiah 61:1, 2)
    • His coming was written in the stars and was available to be known by man (wise men) – Matthew 2:1-10 (Numbers 24:15-19)
    • God’s Son, Jesus, will be Israel’s king – Matthew 21:5, Luke 19:38, John 12:13-15
    • Unto Israel, a child will be born and a son is given, he will rule (scepter) – Isaiah 9:6
    Jesus as the Prophet
    • Jesus as the Prophet
    • He will speak all the words unto Israel that I command him to – Deuteronomy 18:18, 19, John 12:49
    • Jesus will be the Prophet of God – Luke 1:76
    Jesus’ coming the first time
    • His coming was written in the stars and available to be known (wise men) -Matthew 2:1-10
    • John proclaimed to Israel that Jesus was nowhere – Matthew 3:1-3, Mark 1:3, 7, 8
    • The Old Testament gave information about Jesus’ coming the first time – Mark 1:2
    • His proclamation that his ministry had started – Luke 4:16-21
    Jesus’ death
    • How Jesus was beaten, tortured, and killed
    • Jesus will be lowly (afflicted, oppressed) – Isaiah 53:4, 7
    • Jesus will be a smitten (killed) shepherd and his sheep shall be scattered – Zechariah 13:7-9, Matthew 26:31, Mark 14:27
    • He would be beaten, but just not beaten, the people were stunned when they look at him, probably unrecognizable beyond what they had seen before, yet mentally Jesus dealt with it – Isaiah 52:14(50:6, 53:2, 3), 53:1-12
    • Jesus carried, absorbed our grief (sicknesses) and sorrows (infirmities, pains) – Isaiah 53:3, 4, 10
    • Was despised, rejected by men, the Pharisees, part of the religious elite – Isaiah 53:3, John 1:10, 11, 8:48, 10:20
    • Afflicted (humbled) of God, same reasoning as the above – Isaiah 53:4
    • He will be wounded (pierced, external bleeding) for our transgressions (revolt or rebellion, Adam’s) – Isaiah 53:5, 1 Peter 2:24
    • Included piercing of his hands and feet, the piercing 2 parts of a body being hands and feet, why is it important. This was foretold way before Jesus’ death, but it showed how he would die by nailing him to a cross – Psalm 22:16-18, John 19:31-37
    • Passover lamb would have no broken bones, what the Passover meant to Israel was a release from bondage from the enslavement. Today Jesus is the church’s Passover from the enslavement of death. What is meant by no bones being broken? Is it dealing with what is left over after the meat was eaten they had to burn the balance before morning, but God told them not to break the bones, but the bones did get burnt? Think of it as a cremation, the person that is cremated is remembered by their family but nothing remains for the next day other than ashes – Exodus 12:46, Numbers 9:12, John 19:31-37,1 Corinthians 5:7
    • Jesus was already dead when the soldiers broke the legs of the others crucified with him so they couldn’t support their body and died faster, but not Jesus’ legs because he was already dead, which fulfilled the Old Testament prophesy said about the Passover animal – John 19:31-36 (Psalms 34:20)
    • Would be bruised but not broken, could this be referring to the above about the bones not being broken, now would be referring to his will and mental control of his mind as he was being beaten. So you can have a physical connotation and a mental connotation – Isaiah 42:3
    • With his stripes we are healed, from all things that cause external and internal bleeding, this is what ultimately leads to death. When Jesus healed a person he corrected what would cause death. The life is in the blood, don’t lose or corrupt your blood, keep it clean and in your body and live a healthy life (Leviticus 17:11) – 1 Peter 2:24
    • God laid on him the iniquity, which is the sin nature we received from the fall of Adam and Eve of us all – Isaiah 53:6
    • Like a sheep being brought to be killed, Jesus didn’t believe he was a sheep being led to a slaughter his enemies did, the smug religious elite thought they had him dead to rights – Psalms 44:22, Isaiah 53:7, Acts 8:32, 33, Romans 8:36, James 5:5, 6
    • Would be cut off from the land of the living and have a violent death – Isaiah 53:8
    • For the transgressions of God’s people, Israel Jesus would be stricken (killed) – Isaiah 53:8
    • Jesus made his grave with the wicked (criminals that were crucified with him) and the rich in his death, yet he did no violence, didn’t sin or spoke any deceit but was found guilty of death anyway – Isaiah 53:9, 1 Peter 2:22
    • Jesus was numbered with the transgressors at his death – Isaiah 53:12, Mark 15:28, Luke 22:37
    • Jesus made intercession for the transgressors at his death – Romans 8:34, Hebrews 7:25
    • They mocked his son a second time, then arrayed in gorgeous robe – Luke 23:11
    • They also mocked his son as the Christ the king of the Jews, save yourself – Mark 15:29-32, Luke 23:35-40
    • They will part and cast lots for his son’s garments. Why would it be important to unbelieving soldiers to want his clothing after he was killed, they were bloody, stunk, and probably were ripped? They cut them in pieces and then cast lots who would get the parts. The parts of what, did they realize who they just killed? Did they treat this like getting a celebs signature on a piece of clothing to sell it in the future or did they realize this was really the son of God?- Psalm 22:18
    • This was fulfilled – Matthew 27:35, 15:24, Luke 23:34, John 19:24
    • The communion (the sharing fully) of the body of Christ and the eating of his bread refers to his physical body. Jesus’ body was beaten physically beyond comprehension and he physically died. When he was raised from the dead his body was 100% whole. To the point that people who have critical physical conditions like cancer is to understand why they are not healed is because they don’t rightly discern the lord’s body. If you have cancer drive your mind to understand what it is to rightly understand what the lord’s body means and at some point, prior to taking your last breath you will be healed! – John 6:48-58, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 17, 11:23-30
    Jesus would be the Messiah and Israel’s deliverer and redeemer
    • Jesus would be the Messiah and Israel’s deliverer

     Melchizedek (Shem)

    In 2446 BC – Shem, the youngest son of Noah lived from 2446 to 1846 BC (lived 600 years) and his life overlapped with Abraham which is very important when you put together Shem being Melchizedek, the high priest of God, and his relationship with the promised seed of the woman. These prophecies in Genesis set the order of the creation about the coming of God’s son and who he would be! At this point in history, we have covered 1558 years from the creation date – Genesis 11:10, 11

    • Melchizedek (Shem) was called the King of righteousness; Shem lived this right standard for living life according to God’s standard, not man’s standard. (Genesis 9:20-26) – Hebrews 7:1

    • Also was called the King of Salem (peace) and King of peace, meaning the same, but could say it was a Godly peaceful city – Genesis 14:18, Hebrews 7:1, 2

    • Jesus as the King of righteousness definitely lived the right standard for living life according to God’s standard – Genesis 14:18, Hebrews 7:2

    The place of which Melchizedek (Shem) was king was the Jerusalem area. The flood was around 2348 BC, Shem was born in 2446 BC and he died when he was 600 (1846 BC). He was blessed by God, he prospered, Jerusalem prospered and there was peace under Shem’s rulership. Jesus came to save his people from their sins as their king, their righteousness, and their peace. Instead of rejoicing and accepting him they rejected and killed him and later Paul goes to the Gentiles and not Israel. Abraham lived from (1996-1821 BC) in UR which was south Iraq and moved to Hebron which was about 20 miles from Jerusalem and then moved again to the land of Canaan (Genesis 12:4) so he and Shem probably knew each other prior to meeting him after the battle

     

    Jesus was a branch of the Lord

    • Here he is called the branch of the Lord, will be beautiful, glorious and fruit of the earth – Isaiah 4:2

    • The branch called the son of God would be cut down, referring to his death, yet would be raised and be God’s right-hand man – Psalms 80:15-17, Mark 14:61,62, Heb 8:1

    • Jesus was called the branch and a priest and would build the Temple of God – Zechariah 6:12, 13

    • Jesus was called God’s servant the branch – Zechariah 3:8

    • Would be the righteous branch will grow up unto David (the root of Jesse his father) – Isaiah 11:1, Jeremiah 23:5, 33:15, Luke 3:23-32

    • This young lion would be a root and stem (stump) of Jesse, the father of David; the Gentiles of the future will seek him. He is a branch (offspring) of the Tree of Life (Genesis 2:9), shall grow out of his roots, which is God his Father, from which life was created, so this young lion the offspring of the author of life would future rule creation, second in command to the tree of life – Isaiah 9:7, 11:1, 10, 53:2, John 7:42, Romans 15:12

    Jesus was from the tribe of Judah

    • Jesus would come from the Tribe of Judah. Leah had three boys before she had Judah, but kept having kids until she finally had the one that would be in the line of the son of God, who told her to keep having kids, guess who? – Genesis 29:35, Matthew 1:2

    • This young lion would be a root and stem (stump) of Jesse, the father of David; the Gentiles of the future will seek him. He is a branch (offspring) of the Tree of Life (Genesis 2:9), shall grow out of his roots, which is God his Father, from which life was created, so this young lion the offspring of the author of life would future rule creation, second in command to the tree of life – Isaiah 9:7, 11:1, 10, 53:2, John 7:42, Romans 15:12

    • Judah is a lion’s whelp: from the prey, my son, thou art has gone up: he stooped down, he couched as a lion, and as an old lion; who shall rouse him up? The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be – Genesis 49:9, 10

    • A scepter (scepter represents a ruler’s power) and lawgiver will not depart from Judah until Shiloh (Jesus) comes – Genesis 49:8-12

    • This scepter, Jesus (ruler with authority) will rise out of Israel – Numbers 24:15-18

    • His throne is forever and ever and is a right scepter (ruler). A ruler that hates wickedness and loves peace, righteousness and his judgments are just, was picked by God to rule an everlasting kingdom – Psalm 45:6, 7, Isaiah 9:7, Luke 1:32, 33, John 5:30, Hebrews 1:8

    • Out of the tribe of Judah would be a lawgiver – Psalm 60:7,108:8

    • There will be a star (Messiah) out of Jacob, which also was in the line of the son of God, Jacob’s son was Judah – Numbers 24:17, Matthew 1:2, Luke 3:33, 34

    • Jesus was born in Judah (the west bank area of Israel today), a governor who would rule Israel – Matthew 2:5, 6

    Jesus’s Priesthood/the High Priest

    • Jesus as the High Priest

    • This new priesthood had no beginning of days or end of life, again not referring to a God man or even an angel being but refers to his priesthood in time served, not like an ordinary priest that served from 30-50 years old (Numbers 4:46-50), but a priesthood that was forever – Hebrews 7:3, 6

    • This new priesthood wasn’t limited by death because Jesus has an endless life, the old priesthood was limited – Hebrews 7:23, 24

    • Will be a High Priest forever – Psalm 110:4, Hebrews 7:16

    • The priesthood of perfection – Hebrews 7:26-28

    • As High Priest, he was tempted in all things, yet without sin – Hebrews 4:15

    • He was an apostle and high priest at the same time – Hebrews 3:1

    • His priesthood made eternal salvation available – Hebrews 5:9

    • Jesus changed the law and the priesthood – Hebrews 7:15, 16, Romans 8:2-7

    • As the high priest, he became man (human), holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners – Hebrews 7:26

    • Melchizedek (Shem) did no atonement for sin (no sacrifice on the altar), like the priesthood under the law did. Jesus would be the atonement at a future time and in Shem’s time, there was no Law. So, it is correct that there was no atonement for sin even though there was sin in the world at that time – Hebrews 7:13

    • Melchizedek (Shem) brought bread and wine to Abraham to bless him because Abraham lived God’s right standard for life (righteousness) when he killed the kings and got Lot back from the kings that stole all the goods of the Kings of Sodom and Gomorrah and thy also took Lot. – Genesis 14:18-20, Hebrews 7:1, 2, 4-9

    • Then Abraham gave Shem tithes of all the spoils that he took from the enemy kings – Genesis 14:20, Hebrews 7:4

    • The communion (the sharing fully) of the body of Christ and the eating of his bread refers to his physical body. Jesus’ body was beaten physically beyond comprehension and he physically died. When he was raised from the dead his body was 100% whole. To the point that people who have critical physical conditions like cancer is to understand why they are not healed is because they don’t rightly discern the lord’s body. If you have cancer drive your mind to understand what it is to rightly understand what the lord’s body means and at some point, prior to taking your last breath you will be healed! – John 6:48-58, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 17, 11:23-30

    • Could this be referring to what the future promised seed of the woman would accomplish concerning the communion of the body and the blood of Jesus, which he explained at his last meal prior to his death? The bread represented His body and the wine represented mankind’s redemption – Genesis 14:18, Matthews 26:26-29, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 23-30

    • The Passover lamb also dealt with the body and blood referring to health – Exodus 12:1-29

    • Jesus is the bread of life, it’s not the bread of death which is eating to devils It’s not like manna because the people that ate that bread died, but it is a bread of life – John 6:33-35, 6:48-51, 1 Corinthians 10:16-21

    • The communion of the blood of Christ, his blood was shed for mankind which made available the remission of sins after Pentecost – Matthew 26:26-28, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:20, Acts 2:38, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 17

    • Melchizedek (Shem) was called the Priest of the most high and King of righteousness; Shem lived this right standard for living life according to God’s standard, not man’s standard. An example was he covered the naked body of his father Noah after he got drunk. Why God didn’t want him to see his father’s nakedness I don’t understand, did he never take a swim with his dad? His father didn’t live God’s right standard for living life, when he got drunk and the error of not knowing the power of the wine is what God didn’t want him to mentally witness or God just told him the problem and not to do the same and just don’t look at it (Genesis 9:20-26) – Hebrews 7:1

    • Also was called the King of Salem (peace) and King of peace, meaning the same, but could say it was a Godly peaceful city – Genesis 14:18, Hebrews 7:1,2

    • Jesus as the King of righteousness definitely lived the right standard for living life according to God’s standard

     Resurrection of Jesus

    • The eleven disciples without Judas saw Jesus after his resurrection and some of the eleven doubted that it was him – Matthew 28:17

    • Jesus appeared to the eleven and corrected them because of their unbelief and hardness of heart because they didn’t believe when they were told by some that saw him alive – Mark 16:14

    • The women that told the eleven that Jesus has risen from the dead and they thought it was just idle tales and didn’t believe them – Luke 24:11

    • Jesus joined two men on their journey, they talked about what had happened and that some of their group did visit the grave and Jesus’ body wasn’t there; they were told Jesus was raised. Then they ate together and they knew it was Jesus and he vanished out of their sight. So, when he appeared to them on the road, he looked like someone else. Then Jesus appeared to the eleven and they were terrified and afraid thinking it was a spirit; you can’t make this stuff up. He had to show them his hands and feet and then he ate with them to prove to them it was he. They were still wondering and believed not, and then they watched him take off the earth. It is not too far-fetched that they still were unsure if was Jesus, this might be one of the reasons all of the eleven sold out to the law by Acts 15 (Luke 24:13-32) – Luke 24:33-41

    • Summing up this section, what these people heard, understood, and believed concerning Jesus was not the truth concerning him. If they had a physical problem, they probably wouldn’t have gone to Jesus to be healed.  It is interesting to note that instead of respecting Jesus as the son of God, who was to save Israel from sins, they found fault with, criticized, deceived, and tried to kill him during his lifetime. All Israel had the opportunity to hear, understand, and believe correctly concerning Jesus, but they decided they didn’t want to hear, understand or believe correctly. Also, it gives us a good example of what we think affects being healed if we have a physical problem.  So, each person chooses what they hear, understand, and believe which leads to how they act in their lives, which then yields the appropriate results, good or bad

     

    Seed of Abraham

    •  Seed of Abraham will bless all families and nations of the earth, not outside the earth, for examples alien beings from far galaxies – Genesis 12:3, Galatians 3:8

    • The Promise made to Abraham’s Seed (which is Christ) and would give them this land, referring to Canaan. Canaan was the name of a large and prosperous ancient country (at times independent, at others a tributary to Egypt) located in present-day Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Israel and was also known as Phoenicia. According to the Bible, the land was named after a man called Canaan, the grandson of Noah (Genesis 10) – Genesis 12:7, Galatians 3:16

     

    Seed of the devil

    • The devil’s seed is the antichrist; he is called the son of perdition (utter waste and destruction) and is a man of sin. The devil’s seed will be destroyed at the future coming of Jesus Christ – Genesis 3:15, 2 Thessalonians 2:3-8

     

    Seed of the woman

    • Adam was created in 4004 BC – Genesis 1:26, 27

    • The seed of the women was first mentioned in Genesis 3:15 along with the first information given about the future son of God and became a reality approximately 4000 years later – Matthew 1:18, Galatians 4:4, 5

    • The woman’s seed would completely destroy the Devil’s realm, all his plans, and control of this world. His goal was to elevate himself above God as ruler over the creation, not just this world. The first mention of Jesus’ death was in Genesis 3:15

    •   The devil’s seed is the antichrist; he is called the son of perdition (utter waste and destruction) and is a man of sin. The devil’s seed will be destroyed at the future coming of Jesus Christ – Genesis 3:15, 2 Thessalonians 2:3-8

    •   The fall of Adam and Eve giving control of the world over to Satan – Genesis 3:16-24

    • Cain and Abel were born, Cain was born first and Eve thought he was the future promised seed, not Abel who was the promised seed. This is the first example of Eve’s mind living without God’s spirit, which shows they actually did lose God’s spirit – Genesis 4:1, 2

    • The first promised seed of the woman, Abel was killed by Cain over who gave the better offering to God, Cain was upset because God picked Abel’s offering over Cain’s, so Cain committed the first murder of mankind. Can you guess who told him to commit murder? – Genesis 4:8

    • In 3874 BC – Eve thought Seth was the substitution for the promised seed of the woman (3:15). Adam and Eve’s third child would start the line of the seed after Adam again after the death of Abel – Genesis 4:25, 5:3

    • In 3017 BC – Enoch was the first person that the word talks about being taken from the earth to another place, which could be a prophecy of the future Jesus being taken from the earth and his bodily ascension into heaven after his death. In Hebrews 11:5, God said he translated, removed, or transported Enoch so he wouldn’t see death. Pretty wild thing just to think about Enoch was talking about the seed being raised from the dead and transported into the heavens! – Genesis 5:24, Mark 16:19

    • The seed of the woman (God’s Son) would bruise the devil’s heel, not kill him, so he was able to have Jesus crucified but he didn’t stay dead, he got up. The devil tried to stop this seed from being born, then after he was born tried to kill him from Genesis 3:15 until he thought he succeeded when he was assassinated

     Son of God

    • His coming was written in the stars and was available to be known by man (wise men) – Matthew 2:1-10 (Numbers 24:15-19)

    • A virgin would have a son, Immanuel (God with us) – Isaiah 7:14, Matthew 1:22, 23, Luke 1:31

    • This son Jesus would save his people from their sins – Matthew 1:21

    • This son would be born in the city of David (Bethlehem), a savior to Israel which is Christ the Lord – Luke 2:11

    • God called his son out of Egypt when Herod died who was trying to kill the child Jesus said it was okay to go back into Israel – Hosea 11:1, Matthew 2:15-21

    • Jesus was born in Judah (the west bank area of Israel today), a governor who would rule Israel – Matthew 2:5, 6

    • Hosanna (be saved now) to the son of David, blessed is he that comes in the name of the highest to Israel. He went to Jerusalem riding on an ass (Matthew 21:6-9) and he entered the temple turned over the tables and healed the people. The religious elite were not happy campers. In other words, this meek (Matthew 11:29) and just king of Israel (John 5:30), who was from the lineage of David was now here, save yourself now, referring to the new birth (Luke 19:10) after the day of Pentecost – Psalm 118:26, Zechariah 9:9, Matthew 21:1-15, Mark 11:1-10, Luke 19:30-38, John 12:12-15

    • Jesus was from Nazareth; it is stated it was his own city – Luke 2:39

    • Would be a Nazarene, was spoken, not written in the Old Testament – Matthew 2:23

    • Jesus of Nazareth was the son of Joseph, about whom Moses wrote – John 1:45

    • There will be a star (Messiah) out of Jacob, which also was in the line of the son of God, Jacob’s son was Judah – Numbers 24:17, Matthew 1:2, Luke 3:33, 34

    • He would be God’s son and he will bring him forth – Psalm 2:7, Matthew 3:17, Romans 1:4

    • Unto Israel, a child will be born and a son is given, he will rule (scepter) – Isaiah 9:6

    • God’s Son, Jesus, will be Israel’s king – Matthew 21:5, Luke 19:38, John 12:13-15

    • God’s seed (his son) would execute the justice of the Lord, referring to God – Deuteronomy 33:21

    • For God made his son (son of man-Psalm 8:4) a little lower than the angels and crowned him with glory and honor – Psalm 8:5

    • God’s holy one (his son), Jesus would not see corruption – Psalm 16:10, Acts 2:25-28

    • They mocked his son three times, then arrayed in gorgeous robe – Luke 23:11

    • They also mocked his son as the Christ the king of the Jews, save yourself – Mark 15:29-32, Luke 23:35-40

    • They will part and cast lots for his son’s garments. Why would it be important to unbelieving soldiers to want his clothing after he was killed, they were bloody, stunk, and probably were ripped? They cut them into pieces and then cast lots who would get the parts. The parts of what, did they realize who they just killed? Did they treat this like getting a celebs signature on a piece of clothing to sell it in the future or did they realize this was really the son of God?- Psalm 22:18

    • This was fulfilled – Matthew 27:35, 15:24, Luke 23:34, John 19:24

    • Jesus, God’s son was greater than either Jonah or Solomon – Matthew 12:41, 42

    The truth concerning Jesus Christ

    • What is the truth concerning believing in Jesus Christ? If we lived in the gospel period, what information was needed to be heard, understood, and believed so we could have changed our minds and allow God to heal us? (Matthew 13:14, 15)

    • The time of Jesus Christ’s first ascension was after his resurrection and before the day of Pentecost – Acts 1:9-11

    • When I look at my children and grandchildren, I wonder after I am long gone, what will their future hold?

     

    Prayer

    What should prayer be like

    • What should prayer be like according to Matthew? – 6:7-14

    • Prayer should show a change in the physical direction of a person, place, or thing

    • Prayer can also show a change from one mental state to another

    • Why rote prayer for healing doesn’t work

    • Prayed for himself

     Religious elite

    • These are the records in the gospels of people who rejected the information they heard of Jesus, which stops people from being healed; why?

    • The religious elite then and liberals today want to control the money supply in any country

    • Their god is the power that money brings; they control the dollars they control life and death, controlling the people who live under this system. The religious elite wanted to control the Jewish people and Jesus came to break this control, by healing people, so they keep trying to kill him – Luke 16:9-15

    • The Religious elite and others wanted to kill Jesus and they were very displeased with the wonderful healings that he was doing, but the people were blessed and really ticked them off. This first group scripture deals with people that stated that they wanted to kill him, arrest him, attempts to kill him, and showing anger and deception to do the first 3 things mentioned here – Matthew 21:10-15, Mark 11:11-18, Luke 19:45-49

    • The religious elite questioned Jesus’ authority, fig tree dying, money changer thing and they try to kill him, just another normal day in Jesus’ life – Matthew 21:23-46, Mark 11:27-33, Luke 20:1-8

    • The religious elite tried to arrest Jesus because he called them wicked men. The people called him a prophet which they wouldn’t believe; remember they thought he was carpenter’s son, not the son of God – Matthew 21:33-46, Mark 12:1-12, Luke 20:9-19

    • The religious elite tried to entrap Jesus by deception, asking him about giving tribute to Caesar; if it were the right thing to do? Entrapment and deception are now today’s normal Washington political system. If Jesus were the president of the United States how long do you think the so-called deep state would exist – Matthew 22:15-22, Mark 12:13-17, Luke 20:20-26

    • They tried to trap Jesus with deception again, asking who was married to the woman at the return if she had seven husbands. What a stupid question to ask him by the elite ruling class – Matthew 22:23-33, Mark 12:18-27, Luke 20:27-40

    • The third time Jesus was confronted by lawyers’ questions about the law – Matthew 22:34-40, Mark 12:28-34

    • Jesus asked the religious elite Pharisees a question about his relationship with God and him being God’s right-hand man; nobody could answer him – Matthew 22:41-46, Mark 12:35-40, Luke 20:41-47

    • The religious elite planned to kill Jesus by deceiving or tricking him, but they couldn’t. Jesus was always smarter confronting them with the Word, the same today if believers want to, but it better be the correct scripture and verse for the situation a believer is faced with – Matthew 26:3-5, Mark 14:1, 2, Luke 22:1, 2

    • Jesus healed a man but the people and the religious elite wondered and wanted a sign.  Jesus’ answer was they were an evil generation.  Today why don’t believers take the same stand against our evil generation? – Luke 11:14-32

    • A great example of being politically correct, all designed to catch a person in what he says and how he says it to accuse him if the religious elite wouldn’t agree with him or were hurting their power – Luke 11:37-54

    • Jesus healed a paralyzed man; the religious elite sought to kill him for healing this man – John 5:1-16

    • Jesus limited himself to where he would walk, would walk in Galilee but not a Jewish section of Jerusalem because the Jews sought to kill him – John 7:1

    • The people thought that Jesus had devils because he healed a man on the Sabbath – John 7:19-25

    • The religious elite was trying to kill Jesus because their father was the devil and they hate God’s truth. This argument was over who was Abraham’s seed. Then it came to the point they try to stone him because he said before Abraham was I was – John 8:37-40, 57-60

    • The religious elite again tried to stone Jesus because he said he was God and Jesus told them I said I was the son of God, not God – John 10:24-39

    • The religious elite didn’t think he was The Christ, tried to arrest him even after the miracles they witnessed – John 7:26-32, 40-45, 8:20, 10:24-39

    • The religious leaders used their position of authority (religion today) – John 7:44-49, 8:33-59, 9:16-34, Luke 11:38-54, 13:14-17

    • The religious elite called Jesus a liar about who he said he was. Jesus told them he was the light of the world, follow me and you won’t live in darkness. A statement like this would just infuriate them to have this inferior man to tell them are living in darkness because they were the ones that thought they were the lights of the world – John 8:13, Mark 21:15

    • Some people thought Jesus wanted to commit suicide – John 8:21-25

    • Some thought he was possessed of devil spirits – John 8:44-53, 10:20, 21

    • The religious elite wanted to kill Lazarus also, the only reason being that many people believed Jesus had raised him from the dead, good logic – John 12:9-11

    • Judas was chosen by Jesus to be one of his closest disciples, there were only twelve. If he could turn on Jesus and not accept who Jesus really was, anybody today can do the same

    • Judas betrayed him after being possessed, one of Jesus’ twelve disciples – Matthew 26:14-16, Mark 14:10, 11, Luke 22:1-6

    • Jesus’ betrayal, arrest, trial, interrogation, and beating to his crucifixion. Even after the pious religious elite saw him heal thousands of people, they were so blind in doing their agenda they didn’t see the truth concerning Jesus – Matthew 26:47-27:50, Mark 14:42-15:37, Luke 22:47-23:46 (22:50, 51), John 18:1-19:30

    • The religious elites cover-ups, payoffs, and lies to protect their agenda after Jesus was raised from the dead, same today – Matthew 28:11-15

    • Even some of Jesus’ own disciples didn’t believe that he had risen from the dead. Don’t underestimate the mental power of unbelief and blindness of mind, and applying the word of God successfully. If it was so easy to change and do the word in the area of healing there wouldn’t be any cancer, heart disease, or a need for hospitals and there would be a lot of worldly religious globalist liberal elites that would be out of business

    • Other areas where religion has perverted the Word about Godly believing

     

    Jesus as the Prophet

    Return of the Christ

    • Jesus will come in the clouds with power

     Sin

    What is sin?

    • Jesus was an offering for sin, the sin nature of mankind caused by the fall of Adam and Eve – Isaiah 53:10, 12

    • Jesus bore (paid the price for) the sins of many, referring to mankind – Hebrews 1:3, 2:9-14

    • He would redeem Israel, as a nation from their sin nature – Isaiah 59:2

     

     

     

     

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