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After answering this objection from the Pharisees, and as Yahshua proceeded to enter into Jerusalem, still we find Him not carrying out wrath; but rather, He wept for the city. There was no wrath that lay in the heart of Yahshua at this foreshadowing entrance. Neither was there the attitude, purpose, or acts of the One whom blind and unknowing Christianity falsely says will return. Already He rebuked the sons of thunder (Christianity's teachings) for wanting to call down fire and wrath. There was not the work of a sword that would cause the shedding of blood, but compassion that brought weeping and the shedding of tears. And again we must be reminded because of the great influence the teachings blind Christianity has placed upon men, that if Yahshua did indeed bring wrath, He would bring it against the church, His kingdom, His Jerusalem, and not against the world.

What did Yahshua say while viewing Jerusalem through His tear-filled eyes? Let us read.

"If you had known in this day, even you, the things which make for peace! But now they have been hidden from your eyes. For the days shall come upon you when your enemies will throw up a siege before you, and surround you, and hem you in on every side, and will level you to the ground and your children within you, and they will not leave in you one stone upon another, because you did not recognize the time of your visitation" (Luke 19:42-44).

Some might argue here that, "See, He did foretell wrath." But, the reason they see it this way is because they are so much expecting wrath, that this is all they can see. Even as Yahshua declared here, truth has been hidden from their eyes. They are blinded by their belief of wrath and destruction, their Apocalyptic end times, and even their wrathful eternal hell punishment. They are blinded by these things, even as Kill-a-man-jaro blinds them/Satan as seen in the engraving on the continent of Africa - . They are blinded, even as Peter was rebuked as Satan for setting his interests on man's ideas and not on Yahweh's (Matthew 16:23 and Mark 8:33, but not in Luke).

We just read that Yahshua said if the Elijah second Remnant prepares the way for His return, then wrath will be averted. The rocks will not cry out. And we see that at His triumphal entry, these were deep felt tears of compassion that filled His eyes and coursed down upon His cheeks. There was no wrath here at His entrance into Jerusalem; there was no blood on His garment. If anything, there were only tears on His garment; tears that flowed from His all-seeing and merciful eyes.

In the natural, Yahshua's words were later carried out when in 70 AD Rome came and totally destroyed the temple and most of Jerusalem. But, it is important to note that there was no such wrath at His entrance into that city. Rome may have destroyed Jerusalem, but Yahshua will never destroy His kingdom. For that kingdom, Yahshua weeps and grieves over the blindness with which it has been afflicted for 2,000 years.

Truly, "Rome" has besieged and torn down Yahweh's "Jerusalem," His kingdom, for 2,000 years. And the truths we are beginning to see as His Remnant have been hidden from that city for their entire period. Neither have they recognized what must take place at the time of His visitation. While "Jerusalem" has for 2,000 years been torn down and afflicted by Rome, they do not recognize that His foreshadowing visitation on the occasion when He declared these very words, was a visitation of peace and tearful sorrow. But in truth, the sorrow He felt was for Jerusalem, His kingdom, the church, that would be so very much afflicted and even destroyed by Rome.

This compassionate point at Yahshua's entry into Jerusalem led next to His cleansing of the moneychangers from the temple. Once again, as covered previously, we see that this is an act of cleansing that leads to the preparation of, first, the Matthew and Luke Remnants for immortality, and one "day" later the same preparation for Mark Christianity. But again, there is no wrath, for this is His Jerusalem, His kingdom, that He is dealing with here at His return. Why do Christians not see this? Because as Yahshua stated here just outside Jerusalem - these things have been hidden from their eyes. And for this destruction which has occurred in Jerusalem for 2,000 years by Rome, Yahshua wept!


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