About Yeshuwa

01.

A Jew or a Catholic?

Yeshuwa is of Jewish descendant. He is from the tribe of Judah, and son of David. more..

02.

God or Human?

The personality of Yeshuwa is clearly explained by our Patriarchs as 100% Man and 100% God. more ...

03.

Where did He get His authority?

Yeshuwa got his authority from Moses, through John the Baptist, a Levite and son of the then Chief Priest Zachariah. more ... 

04.

How is He a servant if He is God?

Yeshuwa was everything. He became a Servant for us, to tend to all our needs, just as a Husband looks after his wife, at the same time being a King at the same time. more...

Who is Yeshuwa?

Many find it difficult to understand the personality of Yeshuwa Messiah.

Yeshuwa asked St. Peter -  “But who do you say that I am?”. Simon Peter answered and said, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Jesus answered and said to him, “Blessed are you, Simon Bar-Jonah, for flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but My Father who is in heaven. - Mathew 16: 15 - 17

Only the Father, God Almighty can reveal Yeshuwa to us. This was revealed to Our Patriarchs and they have taught us in detail about who Yeshuwa is. 

Let us explore who is Yeshuwa:

The Only Son of the Living God
Mathew 16: 15 - 17, Mark 1: 11Mathew 17: 5, John 3:16, Mat 3:17,  17:5, John 5:32, 5:37, Rom 1:5

Ancient of ages
John 8: 57 - 58, Colo 1:15, 17, Revelation 1: 8

Light from the Light
John 8:12, 1:8

God Almighty from God Almighty
Revelation 1: 8,1 John 5:20, Revelation 21: 22 - 23

He experienced fear. He was subject to all human feelings. He became one of us, so that we can become one in Him. 
Heb 5: 1 - 5, Luke 1:35, 43, Isaiah 7:14, Ebr 2:18, 4:15, John 19:5, Mat 8:20, 11:19, 13:54, Luke 8:25, 23:50, 53, Mark 10:45

The High Priest forever.
Hebrew 5: 5Hebrew 7: 22 - 23, Hebrew 7: 28

The humble servant
Mark 10: 45, Mathew 12: 18, Isaiah 42: 1

He became the cursed and was crucified.
Deuteronomy 21:23, John 19:31, Hebrew 13: 11 - 12

He who is to come
Revelation 1: 8, Mat 16:2, 2 Peter 3:13-16, Acts 10:42, 2 Tim 4:1

He who died ( How can God die? )
Revelation 1: 18, 1 Pet 3:18, 2:21, 4:1, Rom 6:1, Colo 1:20

He who has risen from dead
Mat 28: 6 - 7

Of the same substance as His Father, God Almighty
Colo 1:15, Phili 2:6, 2 Cor 4:4, Heb 1:13

Is Yeshuwa a Jew or a Catholic?  

Yeshuwa is of Jewish descendant. He is from the tribe of Judah, and grandson of King David. This is documented in Old Testament in Isaiah 7:14-16, Hosea 11:1 and in Micah 5:2 and complete geneology in New Testament in Mathew 1:1-16 and in Luke 3:23-38.

If you write the genealogy side by side, you will find a difference in names at certain generations. This is due to following reasons:

St. Mathew wrote the gospel with official name since he worked as Tax collector and he had access to official names of the ancestors of Yeshuwa, as entered by St. Youspeh, stepfather of Yeshuwa.

St. Luke wrote the gospel with some as unofficlal names since he wrote the names after consulting with St Mary, mother of Yeshuwa. The names were more of common names, as Bill for William or Mat for Mathew. 

We can also observe the name getting changed in case of Abaram getting changed as Abraham, Sarai became Sarah, Jacob became Israel and more recent, St Peter became Kepha, 'The Rock'.

Another case was the same name had different versions in Hebrew, Syriac, Greek. For e.g.: Yeshuwa in Syriac is Jesus in English, Barthalomai is Syriac is Nathaneal in Greek, though it is the same person.

Another possibility is that of a man who dies, and his wife getting married to the man's brother. This is a Jewish custom as mentioned in Old Testament - Deuteronomy 25:5, Genesis 38:8, Ruth 1:11, and in New Testament - Matthew 22:24, Mark 12:19, Luke 20:28.

Yeshuwa is NOT mentioned as a Catholic in Holy Bible. Yeshuwa does not belong to any religion. Those who are the followers of Messiah or Christ are called Christians, as mentioned in Acts 11:26. These Christians belonged to the Church of Antioch and the church still exists now.

The members of the Church of Antioch were massacred for centuries. Mass killings of Seyfo event is one among the recent events. More about Seyfo Genocide can be found here (contains upsetting scenes. Viewer's discretion advised)

 

 

 



Who is Yeshuwa? God or Human?

Following is the explanation given our Patriarchs about who Yeshuwa is:

"He became incarnate for us, taking to Himself a real body with a rational soul. He shared our humanity in all matters except sin. We confess that our Lord and our God, our Saviour and the King of all, Yeshuwa Messiah, is perfect God as to His divinity and perfect man as to His Humanity. The unity is real, perfect, without blending or mingling, without confusion, without alteration, without division, without the least separation. He who is God eternal and indivisible, became visible in the flesh and took the form of servant. In Him are united, in a real, perfect, indivisible and inseparable way, divinity and humanity and in Him all their properties are present and active"

Following is a video that beautifully explains Yeshuwa's incarnation:

Why did Yeshuwa become the perfect man?

1. A man was required to be the Priest to perform the sacrifice on behalf of his people. No other being was qualified to perform the sacrifice on our behalf before the Lord.
"For every high priest taken from among men is appointed for men in things pertaining to God, that he may offer both gifts and sacrifices for sins. He can have compassion on those who are ignorant and going astray, since he himself is also subject to weakness. Because of this he is required as for the people, so also for himself, to offer sacrifices for sins. And no man takes this honor to himself, but he who is called by God, just as Aaron was. So also Christ did not glorify Himself to become High Priest, but it was He who said to Him:
“You are My Son,
 Today I have begotten You.” ( Hebrew 5: 1 - 5 )

2. For becoming the ultimate sacrifice.
"For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." ( Mathew 10:45 )

3. For us to see the image of the invisible Father.
"He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation." (Colossians 1: 15 )

Where did Yeshuwa get His authority?

Yeshuwa got his authority from Moses, through John the Baptist, a Levite and son of the then Chief Priest Zachariah.

How is He a servant if He is God?

Yeshuwa was everything. He became a Servant for us, to tend to all our needs, just as a Husband looks after his wife, at the same time being a King at the same time. more...