The Greatest Prophecy

If you do not understand this, you do not understand the Gospel.
And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. (Gen 3:15)

4 thoughts on “The Greatest Prophecy”

  1. Not only did Jesus live a sinless life, but I believe he also lived a shameless life. By this I mean he was not the long haired bearded woman look alike of Hermes and Aphrodites.
    He was not a hermaphrodite. The concept of shame and/or glory flows through the bible from Genesis to Revelation 16:15 KJV. God is always our glory to be preferred over the shame brought on by idolatry. “They love shame more than their glory.” Hosea 4:18 RSV.
    Jesus did not associate with shame, “For surely it is a shame for a man to have long hair”
    1 Corinthians 11:14. He will not give his glory to another. Isaiah 48:11/Isaiah 42:8. It is beyond dispute that neither will he accept another’s shame. The Virgin Mary would share his glory as His equal as Co-Redemptrix thereby proving herself an idol? Isa 40:18-19/Isa 46:5. He will not be equalled or likened to the BVM as with the feast of the Assumption. Isa14:14. For a woman long hair is her glory therefore that is approved by God.
    Long hair is not approved for a man, and is associated with the shame of idolatry.
    Jesus did not have long hair as depicted by the Seventh Day Adventists, Roman Catholics and ecumenised Protestant daughters of the Roman Catholic Church. I think this long-haired image of Jesus should therefore be combatted, not just protested.


        1. Sorry. Jesus was counted as a Nazarene because He grew up in Nazareth. Samson took a Nazarite vow not a Nazarene vow. Look it up.


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