Tuesday, May 29, 2012

And He Rested:

And He Rested: Ten Years After the Death of Jesus  

Peter in Acts chapter 10, remember this is where the four corners because he comes down and God tells him arise Peter kill and eat and that's first thing out of Peter's mouth. He says "I can't do this!" These are unclean animals.

That i have ever had anything unclean touch my lips. "Now we fly on past there but consider the significance of this, this is no less than 10 years after the death of Yeshua the Messiah. Ten years and Peter still has not eaten a single ham sandwich or pork chop.

I find this incredibly significant as if he didn't get the memo on the dietary laws and he's still keeping the dietary laws, isn't a safe assumption that the dietary laws that don't even make the top 10, that it is certainly Peter is observing Sabbath keeping each week?

It would make no sense that he isn't eating unclean animals but he's breaking the Sabbath of course not, he is definitely keeping the rest of the law because we're seeing an illustration of this that right here and so this is a very big proof to be quite honest along with you that Peter is not breaking the law and were talking ten years after the Messiah died.

Certainly, if there is some doing away with out of all the time they spent with Yeshua, big event that they would've had some inclination he would be doing away with something that they could now do something more important that they wanted to do?

They did not get the inclination because there wasn't any inclination from the Messiah. In the book of Revelation, it says that "the apostle John was in the spirit on the Lord's Day." So the question is John has been said to be the most Jewish of all disciples. Now look, there's only two days in all of the Bible that are called the Lord's day and that is the Sabbath as well as the day that the Messiah returns to judge the nations.

Checking this out may be good for your health and peace of mind