Daily bread from the life of Y´shua


John 1:45

«Philip found Nathanael and told him, “We have found the one Moses wrote about in the Law, and about whom the prophets also wrote—Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph».

Some people say the «Jewish people» rejected Jesus as their Messiah. Thats is only partly correct. Philip is one of those Jews who understood from his studies of the Torah, that the Messiah had come. Philip had also read the prophecies in the Tanakh and come to the conclusion that Jesus was the Messiah.

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


    I would like to start by asking you two questions. One: Can you can give an accurate definition of the phrase: “Lamb of God”? We all know that this is one of the names used for Jesus, like Messiah, Savior, Son of Man, or Christ. But exactly what is the importance of the name “Lamb of God”?

    And why is it important to me as a Catholic? The second question I would like to ask you is: Why the Catholic Church would offer The Holy Eucharist every day at every Mass throughout the world in over 3000 languages. What knowledge do they have that would make them feel compelled to do this for thousands of years?

    In answering this question, we’ll see why the Catechism of the Catholic Church states that “The Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life.'” (CC 1324) For more information on Jesus New Covenant and how everything ties together — Passover Meal -> Manna -> Prophecy of the New Covenant -> Bread of Life Meaning — go to The 4th Cup.com and watch the video! You can also read along while the video is playing.

  2. Tanak???? Again you do not research?? You are not a scholar or is an expert in Theology!!!

    T= Torah (Instructions or derived as Law) Canonization 400 B.C.
    N= Neviim (The Prophets) Canonization 200 B.C.

    But the Ketuvim was canonized in 100 AD???? Philip knowing the TaNaKh????? Hmmmm??? You are off man!!!

    The Gospel of John describes Philip’s calling as a disciple of Jesus.[Jn 1:43] Philip is described as a disciple from the city of Bethsaida, and connects him to Andrew and Peter, who were from the same town.[1:43–44] It further connects him to Nathanael (sometimes identified with Bartholomew) whom Philip first introduces to Jesus.[Jn 1:45–47] The authors of the Synoptic Gospels also describe Philip as a disciple of Jesus.[1][Mt 10:3][Mk 3:18][Lk 6:14]

    Of the four Gospels, Philip figures most prominently in the Gospel of John. His two most notable appearances in the narrative are as a link to the Greek community[Jn 12:20–36]. Philip bore a Greek name and we may infer from the context that Philip spoke Greek. Philip introduces members of this community to Jesus. During the Last Supper[Jn 14:8–11] when Philip asked Jesus to show them the Father, he provides Jesus the opportunity to teach his disciples about the unity of the Father and the Son (Trinity understanding or relation of father and son). Philip is always listed fifth among the apostles. If Philip understood the TaNaKh then why did he leave Jesus during his passion and death and John the beloved stood by the whole time???

    1. Dear Kevin Wright


      You wrote:

      Philip is always listed fifth among the apostles. If Philip understood the TaNaKh then why did he leave Jesus during his passion and death and John the beloved stood by the whole time???

      My rely:

      Of many strange comments on this blog, this is one of the strangest. Who have told you that “Philip is always listed fifth among the apostles?”.

      In regards to “leaving Jesus”, Peter did the same. And so do I once in a while. And so do all of us. In situations where we can get killed for our faith in Jesus, Bible knowledge is of no use. We need the power of the Holy Spirit. The students of Jesus were mere men, like all of us.

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