The Beatitudes as Sad Reality

In chapter 10 of Yeshua In Context, I detail the five things we should see in each of the Beatitudes from Matthew 5:3-12. One of the five things is “The Reality of the Present Age.”

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To read how the Beatitudes are about the sadness (aren’t they supposed to be happy?) of this Present Age, go here to my YeshuaInContext.com site: http://wp.me/p13T9J-1A

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IT guy working in the associations industry. Formerly a congregational rabbi. Dad of 8. Nerd.
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5 Responses to The Beatitudes as Sad Reality

  1. benicho says:

    I think I’ll get this book within the next week. The Beatitudes take me right to Isaiah 55 and 56 (particularly 56: 1-6). Matthew 5: 17-19 and Isaiah 55-56 being read in concordance make perfect sense. To Christian Gentiles struggling with a “should i” or “should i not” issue, look no further than these passages. I see a lot of readers on here still caught in the idea of discovering Hebrew roots that they sometimes overlook the part where we gentiles do actually have a big part to do with the prophesy of Isaiah, it’s right there in chapter 56.

  2. benicho says:

    By the way, do you need a graphic designer?

  3. Benicho:

    Trying to understand the graphic designer ask. Are you saying my site design is poor or are you looking for work?

  4. benicho says:

    Haha no not at all actually, your site is quite nice. I enjoy designing and I’m always looking to offer one of the few talents I actually have to people who share the same passions. But no, your wordpress theme isn’t poor and I’m not looking for work or to make money.

  5. benicho:

    email me at derek4messiah at gmail

    Maybe we can find a project or two together.

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