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Melchizedek and Passover Lamb - Rav Shaul

Melchizedek and Passover Lamb - Rav Shaul

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Published by Caeli Francisco
This book fully documents the author’s beliefs concerning Yahshua the Messiah and the scriptural support for these beliefs.
The author proofs in this book that the Bible declares that Yahshua first existed at his human birth to both his parents Joseph (Yahseph) and Mary (Miriam), that he was born with the seed of Yahseph and that he was fully human in every way. He explains the significance of The Torah in the life of Yahshua as it applies to The Passover Lamb, human Messiah, and Eternal High Priest. The goal in this book is to truly understand the depths of the sacrifice and blood of Yahshua the Messiah.
This book fully documents the author’s beliefs concerning Yahshua the Messiah and the scriptural support for these beliefs.
The author proofs in this book that the Bible declares that Yahshua first existed at his human birth to both his parents Joseph (Yahseph) and Mary (Miriam), that he was born with the seed of Yahseph and that he was fully human in every way. He explains the significance of The Torah in the life of Yahshua as it applies to The Passover Lamb, human Messiah, and Eternal High Priest. The goal in this book is to truly understand the depths of the sacrifice and blood of Yahshua the Messiah.

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Published by: Caeli Francisco on May 11, 2013
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 Melchizedek  andThe Passover Lamb of God
 
The original revelation series 
Rav Sha'ul
 
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Table of Contents
Introduction …. 5Chapter 1 - The Zadok Priesthood and The RoyalDavidian Dynasty … 9
 
Introduction ... 9
 
Overview of The Zadok Priesthood …10
 
The Messianic Expectation at the time of Yahshua’s birth ... 13
 
The Royal and Priestly Line of Miriam ... 14
 
Miriam’s Zadokite heritage ... 15
 
The arranged marriages of the 3 daughters of High Priest Yahshua III… 16
 
JoAnna and Hanna eligible by law to give birth to Princes/Princesses… 17
 
Eli the father of Miriam and Grandfather of Yahshua… 18
 
Princess Miriam’s childhood… 18
 
Daughters of Jerusalem… 18
 
Why Caiphas wanted to kill Yahshua... 20
 
Yahshua’s lineage to the House of Zadok… 21
 
Miriam’s lineage on her father’s side… 22
 
The name “Yahshua” a theme among the names of the High Priest of Israel… 22
 
Prince Mattathias and Princess Alexandra II - The Paternal Grandparents of theMaiden, Miriam the mother of Yahshua…22
 
Summary… 232
 
 
Chapter 2 - Melchizedek – The Ruling Zadok… 24
 
Introduction… 24
 
Was Melchizedek in Genesis a pre-incarnate “Christ”? … 24
 
The Prophesied and Miraculous Births of Two High Priests of The House of Zadok… 27
 
Both born miraculous births… 29
 
Both John and Yahshua had to be perfected and learned obedience throughsuffering… 32
Chapter 3 - Prophecy of Yahshua the High Priest … 34
 
Introduction… 34
 
Prophecy of Yahshua The High Priest, The Branch, and Eternal Judge inZachariah Chapter 3… 34
Chapter 4 – Mikveh or Baptism? … 40
 
Introduction… 40
 
The High Priest John’s role and the Nazarenes (true sons of YHVH) … 42
 
John the Great Nazarene – The Teacher of Righteousness… 43
 
Yahshua the Nazarene – follower of John… 44
 
The Apostle Paul – Leader of the Nazarenes, follower of Yahshua…
 
The righteous requirements and meaning of the Mikveh… 44
 
Apostle Paul’s teaching Yahshua’s Mikveh as “elementary” … 463

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