What Does It Mean To Be Jewish?
It means rejecting Jesus Christ and the Gospel of love.-
By Brother Nathanael
a transcript and text translation of the video above –
Being Jewish can mean many things.
For some it’s the way they look. For others it’s the way they act. For some it’s the way they talk. For others it’s the way they sulk.
For Gentiles who “feel Jewish” it’s all about “blood.”
[Clip: “Have you ever felt like you were Jewish and wondered why? Discover how you can unlock the mystery of your family heritage to find out if you have Jewish blood. Today on Jewish Voice. One of the questions that I’m asked by Christians who love Jewish people and Israel is, ‘How can I find out if I’m Jewish? I just feel so Jewish,’ they say.]
Christians “feeling Jewish?” Did you ever hear a Jew say he “feels Christianish?” Or “Muslimish?” Only evangelicals spout this nonsense.
Keep on ‘feeling Jewish’ but you better accept the one thing being Jewish is:
Rejecting Jesus Christ as the Messiah.
[Clip: “Jews are never going to accept the Messiahship of Jesus.”
“As Jews, we prefer to wait for the real thing.”]
That’s why they crucified Christ.
They were waiting for the ‘real’ thing who would supposedly exalt Israel over all the other nations. But Jesus would have none of it.
Jesus said, “Repent! The kingdom of God is among you.” But the Jews kicked Him out.
Keeping Jews “Jewish” means rejecting Jesus Christ.
A religion based on a disclaimer is a ‘gutter religion.’ But the Orthodox Church, is heaven-bound.
How about opposite views? Can they both be Jewish?
There’s the Republican Jewish Coalition and there’s the National Jewish Democratic Council. Both ‘Jewish.’
Different platforms, same ringleaders.
That’s why Hillary, Cruz, Jeb, and even little Rand crave the Jewish vote.
Jews patrol their identity—(and politicians)—like cops on a beat.
Is it really all that important to be Jewish?
If it’s true that Christ will come in “flaming fire” to wreak vengeance on those who “obey not the Gospel,” the answer is no.
I’m so glad I left being Jewish. Don’t you wish every Jew did?