Daily bread from the life of Y´shua

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John 12:12-13

The next day the great crowd that had come for the Feast heard that Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem. They took palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting,
“Hosanna!
“Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!”
“Blessed is the King of Israel!”

How wrong it is to say that the «Jews» as a people did not accept Jesus as the Messiah. A great crowed welcomed Him into Jerusalem.

3 thoughts on “Daily bread from the life of Y´shua

  1. The scribes and Pharisees were able to gather crowds against him, so maybe 50/50. They were the religious authorities of the time, some had become corrupt turning the temple into a place of merchandise. What is a Jew today? Judaism to this day does not preach the new testament, correct? The authorities, having their power, officially kept the name Jew and their traditions without Jesus. Those who believed eventually would have had to go elsewhere, same as today. But if you believe Jesus has authority to say who is a Jew then it’s those who believe in him who are Jews and heirs to everlasting life.

  2. John1:1 says this
    He (Jesus) came to his own people, and his own people did not receive him, but as many of his own who did receive him, to those he gave the power to become sons or children of God.
    Rejection kept them from being children or sons of God, therefore
    Receiving no inheritance. In general his own people/countrymen
    Rejected him and still do. Ed’s comment is true. Jesus has the authority to say who is a Jew and who is not. He is king of Jews.
    Only those who received and continue to receive are Jews. Receiving is believing, accepting is believing, therefore anyone who accepts or receives him is a Jew.

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