Virgin birth? II


I trust you have read my first blog on the myth of the virgin birth and listened to the video. If not, you can find it here.

That Yahusha had an earthly father and mother, Joseph and Mary, is an unhappy shock to many, but a blessed relief to a few. Shedding the idolatrous accoutrements of tradition can be both painful and uplifting. But it’s a necessary step in coming to maturity – emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. Yahusha was a human being like us in every respect, and yet chosen by Elohim/Alahim to be the Messiah and Saviour of the world.

Yahusha was not G-d in the flesh. He was not incarnated. He did not pre-exist. He was not the third member of a Trinity. Making Yahusha out to be G-d in any sense is idolatry plain and simple. I delight in saying so because it releases an idolatrous hold on your spirit. Now you can walk in newness of life, the life you were called into by the Elohim and Father of Yahusha the Messiah.

If you are familiar with my website, you know there’s a lot of hard work ahead of you. Do pray for more of the Almighty’s spirit and especially more of “Messiah in you” (Col 1:27). So, read these posts, mediate on them, and confirm them for yourself. Study to show yourself approved.

I trust you can receive my admonition in meekness without resisting, or judging your spiritual brothers and sisters. Yahusha Messiah is calling us one at a time with a multitude in mind.

Here is another video on the myth of the virgin birth. It’s wonderfully done.

The Myth of the Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ

Thanks for reading my blog.

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