Wounded for Us.

When we think about wounds today, we associate them with guns and knives and the healing, even if that person is killed. The body has a natural oder to heal, or it tries to.

In the case of Yeshua, this is not so, Yeshua retains the marks of His beatings and being nailed to the stake/tree/cross for us.

Witnesses after the resurrection saw the holes in His hands and feet, when He returns again and we meet Him? We will see those same marks, that we were part of His death, because of our unbelife.

Elohim allowed Yeshua to suffer in this way for us, but it was Yeshua who chose to be obediant to the will of His Father.

Yeshua 53:5,  1 Kefa 2:21-24,  3:18.

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The Healer.

Yeshua in His life with us healed many people in Ysra’el and also in some lands of the Goyim. But that process continues now since the time of the stake, He bears our griefs. Yeshua bears our sin and He shed His blood for us.

This blood of the Atonement is not eternally shed, the time of Elohims grace, favour will continue to the end of the ages. But it will stop at the day of Judgement.

We at this time have to choice to believe in the works of the Messiah, but no matter who we are Yehudaim or Goyim we still have to believe in Him by faith to be Eternally Saved.

Yesha’yahu 53:4,   Matthew/Levi 8:16-17,   Mark 14:61-65,    1 Kefa 2:24-25.