Hebrew Voices #8 – Prophets, Priests, and Preachers

A white dove at the traditional Christian site of the baptism. Nehemia continues a conversation with Anthony Garcia on the bank of the Jordan River. Garcia reads verses from the New Testament about the baptism of Yeshua, which is believed to have taken place a few feet away from where this episode was recorded. Verses in the Tanakh possibly related to Yeshua's baptism are discussed and we learn about Adoptionists—early followers of Yeshua who considered his baptism a turning point in his life and ministry. Gordon discusses the forbidden altar built along the Jordan by two and half tribes, and how an echo of the nine and half tribes’ displeasure (“What have you to do with the Lord God of Israel?”) can still be heard today.  In closing, Gordon declares the words of Scripture to be a testimony that those joined to the God of Israel do have a portion with his people and with his Torah.

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Nehemia Gordon with Anthony Garcia at the traditional Christian site of the Baptism, where the Israelites also crossed the Jordan River in the time of Joshua.

Nehemia Gordon with Anthony Garcia at the traditional Christian site of the Baptism, where the Israelites also crossed the Jordan River in the time of Joshua.

According to Luke 3:22, as preserved in Codex Bezae, the voice from heaven proclaimed at Yeshua's baptism: Υἱός μου εἶ σύ, ἐγὼ σήμερον γεγέννηκά σε· "Thou art my son; this day have I begotten thee", a direct quote from Psalms 2:7. The photo comes from Codex Bezae, folio195v. http://cudl.lib.cam.ac.uk/view/MS-NN-00002-00041/371

According to Luke 3:22, as preserved in Codex Bezae, the voice from heaven proclaimed at Yeshua's baptism: Υἱός μου εἶ σύ, ἐγὼ σήμερον γεγέννηκά σε· "Thou art my son; this day have I begotten thee", a direct quote from Psalms 2:7. The photo comes from Codex Bezae, folio 195v.

Biography of Anthony Garcia:
Between 2002 and 2004, Anthony Garcia worked with the Church of the Highlands Prison Ministry that entered into the two San Francisco County Jails, one located in San Bruno, and the other in central San Francisco. In 2011, Anthony began to seeking more knowledge of the bible, rooted in the ancient text of the Hebrew writing. In 2015, Anthony began supporting an outreach, located in Nogales Mexico, built by the men he rescued from the living conditions of a city dump. On occasions, Anthony will visit shelters, outreaches, and churches as a traveling speaker to share his experiences.
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6 thoughts on “Hebrew Voices #8 – Prophets, Priests, and Preachers

  1. A Christian is not Greek for Messianic. The Hebrew Mashiach never preached Christianity and He is also not the founder of Christianity. Christianity is a apostate version of the True Philosophy of Mashiach. ” The Lord Jesus Christ” was secretively carried into the Knessets or Assemblies to replace the Hebrew Mashiach, Ye- Hoshuwah. Therefore Shaul speaks of another Ye-Hoshuwah, another Set-apart Spirit and another Good News Message of Ha Mashiach, in 2 Corinthians 11:4. They have replaced the Hebrew Mashiach with the Greek Iesous, now known as Jesus in the Delusion of 2 Thessalonians 2:11. Lord means Baal, a pagan god, Jesus means Ie Zeus, a pagan god and Christ means Krishna, a pagan god. Nehemiah Gordon helps us to distinguished between the True and False Mashiach. Shalom!

  2. Hey brother Nehemia.. Hi my name is Isai Marines, and I want to tell you that I am a messianic or in Greek, a christian, for that matter, but I am inclined to the Hebrew roots of Yeshua the messiah and I try to learn the most that I can, the torah, from a hebraic perspective. I got to tell you that you have helped me a lot. You are an awesome teacher and I pray that you please don’t give up on us. Please pay no attention to to those that feel threatened of being snared away from “Jesus”. If there is anything that you have done is gotten me closer to my Meshiac because you have helped me understand him in his Jewish apparel and I thank you for that. I pray and ask one more time to please don’t feel put down by the wanna be know it alls! You have been a blessing and I will always thank you for that. Who cares if you believe in Yeshua or not, that is your business and that is final, if there is something Christians should be doing is thanking you for shedding light of torah to us that are disabled in the hebrew language and culture.. Again I thank you brother

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