Matthew 21:9 records that as Jesus made His way into Jerusalem, “the multitudes that went before and that followed, cried, saying, Hosanna to the Son of David.” This title, “the Son of David”, was given to Jesus by the people because they believed that He was the Messiah, the Christ. In Matthew 22:41-46 Jesus asked the Pharisees a question that no one in Christianism can answer today. “While the Pharisees were gathered together, Jesus asked them, saying, “What think you of Christ? Whose son is He? They said unto Him, the Son of David. He said unto them, how then does David in Spirit call Him Lord, saying, the Lord (God) said unto my Lord (Christ), sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies thy footstool? If David then called Him (Christ) Lord, how is He his son? And no man was able to answer Him a word, neither durst any man from that day forth ask Him any more questions.” It was impossible for the Pharisees to answer this question without abandoning their perverted doctrine of the resurrection which is still being taught by all Christianism’s 30,000+ denominations today. They can never explain how the Son of David was also the ancestral Lord of David. And still more upsetting to them is what Jesus tells John in Revelation 22:16. “I am the ROOT and OFFSPRING of David.”

How is it possible that He was both David's ancestor and descendant? This question will get the Church-kikes jabbering something about “Anyone who would raise such a question is a reincarnationist.” This is because they must defend Christianism’s devilish doctrine that declares Jesus had been born, lived, died, and was resurrected only once. In Matthew 17:22-23 Jesus tells His disciples, “The Son of man shall be betrayed unto the hands of men: and they shall kill Him, and the third day He shall be raised AGAIN.” Can you grasp the full impact of what Jesus said? He did not say that “the third day He shall be raised”, but that “He shall be raised AGAIN.” Paul says in Romans 4:25 that Jesus “was raised AGAIN for our justification,” and in Acts 13:33 it says that God “hath raised up Jesus AGAIN, in verse 34 “He (God) raised Him (Jesus) up from the dead, now no more to RETURN to corruption,” and then in verse 37 “But He, whom God raised AGAIN, saw no corruption.” No activity can be done AGAIN if it has never been done at least once. Jesus would have had to be raised at least once prior to His being raised AGAIN. Paul further pointed out that after being raised AGAIN Jesus would “now no more RETURN to corruption.” It would be senseless to say that someone would no more return to where they had never been. According to these scriptures it is apparent that Jesus had previously lived, died, saw corruption, and then lived, died, and was raised AGAIN, now NO MORE TO RETURN to corruption.”

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Does the Bible tell us who Jesus was when He first lived, died and saw corruption? Yes! In Revelation 22:13 Jesus tells John, “I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and end, the first and the last.” This is also the opening statement that Jesus makes in Revelation 1:11. “I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last.” Jesus is “the FIRST and the LAST WHAT according to the scriptures? In 1 Corinthians 15: 45 an individual is called the first and the last and that person is ADAM. Paul is not writing about two different men named Adam, but about the processing of Adam from “the first” stage of development to “the last” stage of development which was necessary to bring Him into that state of perfection necessary to fulfil His divine destiny. It was as the “first Adam” that Jesus lived, died, saw corruption and was “the root of David.” It was as the “last Adam” that He was raised from corruption, born 2,000 years ago as Jesus, lived, died, was raised again now no more to return to corruption, and was “the offspring of David.”

Now the last piece to this puzzle maybe a shocker, but Jesus was NOT perfect until He was raised AGAIN now no more to return to corruption. The apostle Paul says in Hebrews 2:10, “For it became Him (YAHWAH God), for whom are all things, and by whom are all things, in bringing many sons unto glory, to make the captain (YAHWASUA Jesus) of their salvation PERFECT through sufferings.” Paul hits this again with his statement about Jesus in Hebrews 5:8-9. “Though He (YAHWASUA Jesus) were a Son, yet learned He obedience by the things which He suffered; And being made perfect, He became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey Him.” Think about this for a minute. The obvious truth is that nothing can be made perfect that is already perfect. Church-kikes will again cry and howl reincarnation, but this is what the scriptures say. Jesus even spoke about being “perfected” in Luke 13:32 and truth is truth.

Adam went through two stages of development. As the “first man” he was “terrestrial”, “sown in corruption”, “sown in dishonour”, “sown in weakness”, “sown a natural body”, “made a living soul”, “earthy”, “corruptible”, and “mortal”. It was as the “second man” he was “celestial”, “raised in incorruption”, “raised in glory”, “raised in power”, “raised a spiritual body”, “made a life giving spirit”, “heavenly”, “incorruptible”, and “immortal”. It was only after the completion of this SECOND man stage of development that it was “brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory.” Knowing that the FIRST imperfect Adam was also the LAST perfected Adam, Jesus, YAHWASUA, the Christ, Messiah, is THE TWELFTH STEP.

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