hebrews


Heb. 9

[still lacking : introduction]   Heb. 9   introduction [=2 lines] was corrupted :   12 [ch.8] + 1 :    a) the end of previous chapter 8 is a rather solid closing of that theme , but it’s difficult to find a bridge to this chapter 9 ; b) because line 1 of this chapter contains some “conclusion”, it means that the original version had a preceding line (line 0) , c) the only candidate for line 0 is line 12 of previous chapter 9  — but what could it have written …? KJV : 12. For I will be mercyful to their unrighteousness ,                                                   [<< impossible anyway] and their sins and their iniquities I will remember no more. 1. Then verily the first [covenant] had also ordinances of divine service , and a worldly sanctuary.” option : 12 that=now , merciful=God – (had) be=devised – (-an-) injustice=ordinance – [..1x..]…

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Heb. 8 (part II) God places the corner stone and the 144 restore eden ; preparing her for the time when Jacob will be saved

  Heb. 8 first workable line : 5   Heb. 8 (part II) God places the corner stone and the 144 restore eden ; preparing her for the time when Jacob will be saved [2021.27.may]   [27may : posted : full]   [continued-] theme … will speak for itself ; after the 144,000 have been restored by God (chapter 7) now they rebuild the ruined eden-land , as a repeating theme in prophets ; … note how Paul once again underlines the covenant theme , concerning Jacob : because they held onto the Christ covenant , they will be saved later ; chapter will end positive : all of Jacob restored and dwelling in eden   subnote : … we’re curious whether some chapter will address “the reunion” of archfathers / prophets / apostles / first christians (etc) with this generation ; especially in context of eden – and where…

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Heb. 7 (part I) the history of our Originals , how the soul was separated and came to live on earth inside this present body ; the 144 + restored birthright

Heb. 7 (part I) the history of our Originals , how the soul was separated and came to live on earth inside this present body ; the 144 + restored birthright [2021-may.26]   this chapter : … one of the most corrupted , so far , and for a reason : because it would reveal the clue of christianity – IF understood ; just think about how different everything would have been if it HAD …. status of this chapter : LEGAL DRAFT … because though we did find the main theme , and some sections are running well , two sentences are just Lost – while several others are ‘approximate’ ;   theme   searching the theme itself : see description posted at end op previous chapter 6 ; the buildup of the main theme here : … continued from chapter 6  — since “the other reality” and “right…

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Heb. 5 (part I) the 144 discover that Christ’s sacrifice enables the soul to return to God – during life (+ how to read scriptures)

Heb. 5 (part I) the 144 discover that Christ’s sacrifice enables the soul to return to God – during life (+ how to read scriptures) [2021-may.20]   [posted : whole]   [continued-] theme … after previous 5 , where Paul explained that “many will go through the Trib – because they misunderstood what God and Christ said”, he now addresses “the sécond goal of Christ’s work” : NOT only to save the soul áfter physical death , but to have souls – as the 144 – returning to God during their life here ; endtime christianity has forgotten that second goal : … please remember that this belongs to “the covenant change” theme in previous chapters ; the reasoning is sound : God’s covenant can only start after the ‘forerunners’ of the 144 will have understood prophets , therefore He will place souls in personal trials – in order that…

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Heb. 6 (part II) restored message published : those who will read it , and those who will have dreams (the latter rain theme) ; those who will réject it , and Jacob (most souls)

Heb. 6 (part II) restored message published : those who will read it , and those who will have dreams (the latter rain theme) ; those who will réject it , and Jacob (most souls) [2021-may.21]   [continued-] theme … it was very difficult to find the buildup of the first part (see below) , therefore first we needed a proper approach : previous 5 ended with “the message will be found”, where in prophets this theme continues with “several type groups” (in casu : 4) ; therefore , in this chapter are : – the candidates who will read it , agree , and become part of the 144 ; – the candidates who cannot reach this information , but to whom will be given dreams and visions – as described in prophets (in Christ’s parable these are “the lame and the poor who are invited”) , and will…

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Heb.4 (part II) today’s gospel suggests things nor Christ nor God have said : the lethal corruptions cause many to go through the Trib

Heb.4 (part II) today’s gospel suggests things neither Christ nor God have said : the lethal corruptions cause many to go through the Trib [2021-16.may]   [16 may : posted : full]   theme [-continued]   … now will show why it was so important “to rightly understand His words” , where the theme of this chapter is a sound follow-up of previous 3 ; the term “enter into His rest” here should be read as “escape Revelation” ;   the covenant of Christ – and God’s covenant : … see also Hebrews 12 (index) ; the present situation will change the moment prophets are understood , then God’s covenant will become valid and the events in Revelation will begin — please remember that the above is the background of this entire chapter ; subtheme : what Christ (must have said) MUST match what God has said  —        therefore ,…

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Heb.3 (part I) the 40 years in desert (then) the first christians (unto) the lawless endtime 40 (=2000) years later

Heb.3 (part I) the 40 years in desert (then) the first christians (unto) the lawless endtime 40 (=2000) years later [2021-14.may]   [posted 14 may : 2nd half]   theme [-buildup of part I]   understanding the endtime according to the (-extra !) 40 years in the desert   part I                      :   ‘the fathers of old , who hardened their hearts after the Exodus’,       part I b                  :   ‘but we (says Paul) , the first christians, do NOT harden our hearts : yet we will have to beseech God to ensure souls who will understand , because part I c                   :    ‘the believers áfter us WILL harden their hearts’ – the next 2000 years ; next chapter 4  :   ‘but out of the people after us will become the 144  who will NOT have hardened their hearts’ ;   the journey to the promised land – as foreshadowing of ‘the…

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Heb. 2 (end of intro theme) the 144 witness upon earth ; suffering + salvation explained (in relation to this body) and the choice of each soul

Heb. 2 (end of intro theme) the 144 witness upon earth ; suffering + salvation explained (in relation to this body) and the choice of each soul [2021-13.may]   [13 may : posted : all]   theme : continued from chapter 1   … see note in top of previous chapter for context (-also of this one) ;   corruptions : 150% … we’re tired to list them again , see the other Hebrew chapters for descriptions ; by track record this chapter is 100% contextually restored ;   separate note : … we still need a ‘chapter 0′ (as introduction to chapter 1) , but we don’t know yet – at this point in time – if Esau displaced it  (meaning that one of the next chapters could have been chapter 0) , or destroyed it ; yet we ARE sure that after this 2 , Paul will discuss…

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Heb. 1

Heb. 1 method : first 10 lines were so corrupt that not even any context showed ; only in 12 a “rolled up” could only be “(the heavens) like a scroll”, after completing the last section (12-14) we went working backwards from line 12 up to line 1 ;   [11 may : posted : 5-14]   part I b                                         about Adam  – and how our souls came upon this earth   next line 8-9 : … themes attested in prophets – but (now-) also in Corinthians + end of Hebrews ; X : … though Adam was – technically – “a (‘another’) son of God” , we hesitated to use the shown term ‘son’ in interlinear , considering him ; do see the Isaiah chapters how Christ will replace the rule of Adam ;   8 [=but] – [..] [..] (..Adam..) – [..] (will be) (..judged..) ,                                         …

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Heb. 13 (epilogue of theme) Paul’s worry : the first christians are since the covenant of Christ , but will the souls in the endtime find the eternal covenant of God – in spite of Esau’s corruptions ? (important chapter)

Heb. 13 (epilogue of theme) Paul’s worry : the first christians are since the covenant of Christ , but will the souls in the endtime find the eternal covenant of God – in spite of Esau’s corruptions ? (important chapter) [2021-may.09]   [9 may : first half posted]   [closing-] chapter theme … utterly corrupted by Esau (see below) , but the main theme here is “the work of the first christians to be completed by the christians in the endtime” , because there are two covenants in effect , since Christ ,       (skipping the Sinai one now) as Christ’s covenant – the one “by which He restored the souls to God” , while the sign of this covenant were the first christians ; … but the ultimate góal is “the return of paradise (which is in the other reality)”, called the eternal covenant of God , which will “come…

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Heb.12 (closing of theme) the 144 witness to Jacob ; the ‘birthright’ problem led up to the Tribulation , because of what Esau did

Heb.12 (closing of theme) the 144 witness to Jacob ; the ‘birthright’ problem led up to the Tribulation , because of what Esau did [2021-may.04]   [4 may – posted : part I]                                                                                               (situation : the 144 arrive to their people) next line 1 : … because these chapters are very consistent with the same theme in 2 Cor , we would need “the tired souls who lost hope” mentioned here , and an indication of that intention is the remained “patience” in KJV ; 1                                                                                                       [direct continued from chapter 11 :] [w/ very corrupt :] [=then] – [..2x..]           + (the-) witnesses – [..3x..] – (will) have=be – [=with] – every=their – (..people..) , b and=as – the – (..souls..) [=’people’] – (..having..) – (..no..) – (..hope..) [-anymore] , c [+and] (do) – (..+not..) – (..expect..) – the=that – (..God..) – (..(will) save..) – us=them ; …

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Heb. 11 : (start of main theme) after Eden fell Adam is alive , working for the demon-nations ; Noah relocating to this earth + the symbology by Abraham part II : the 144 discover eden , then demons will invade earth

Heb. 11 : (start of main theme) after Eden fell Adam is alive , working for the demon-nations ; Noah relocating to this earth + the symbology by Abraham part II : the 144 discover eden , then demons will invade earth [2021-apr.30]   [posted : first 3d]     searching the theme [-of this chapter] … this chapter has been so  in-cre-di-bly  corrupted that the first workable lines , as possible theme , appear only in 14 and 15 , sic ; looking at previous chapter 10 (=though also corrupted , still) , it shows themes there as Christ’s journey to this earth , and about the endtimes ; mentioning – but paraphrased – that “the ones living in the endtime having bold belief will receive the promise” , and that “their soul will live”  — while in this 11 the promise is ‘the promised eden land’ ;  …

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het DroomGezicht, 2009