Did Jesus Truly Die To Save Men from Their Sins?

Make no mistake: this information, though kept obscure, is totally verifiable

Isaiah Chapter 53 contains numerous prophecies that Churches are guilty of grossly misrepresenting, which they knowingly or unknowingly teach to support the counterfeit salvation lessons of Pharisee Saul/Paul. First I will address each of the Chapter 53 prophecies that Jesus fulfilled, and then address those which are utilized to confirm the belief taught by Pharisee Saul/Paul, that Jesus died upon the cross to redeem mankind from their sins.

The Verse 3 prophecy tells us the man who will come upon many nations will be despised and rejected by men, and the fact Jesus fulfilled that prophecy is given in Lection 81, Verse 30, which states, “they were instant with loud voices, requiring that he might be crucified.”

Verse 5 contains several prophecies, and the first tells us the man who will come upon many nations will be “wounded for our transgressions,” and the second tells us he will be “bruised for our iniquities,” and in the last we are told “with his stripes we are healed.” Jesus fulfilled those prophecies in Verse 32 of Lection 81, which tells us “He was delivered to their will,” to be crucified.

I will explain how the statement, “He was delivered to their will,” fulfills those prophecies. When Pontius Pilate delivered Jesus to be crucified according to the Jews’ will, He was unmercifully scourged before being crucified, and that scourging left Him with many bruises, and the lashings left many wounds in the form of bloody stripes upon his body.

The prophecy given in Verse 7 tells us the man who will come upon many nations will not open his mouth, and be as a Lamb brought to slaughter. Jesus fulfilled that prophecy in Lection 81, Verse 16, which tells us, “he answered him nothing,” and Jesus did answer nothing when being questioned after a certain point during his trial.

In addition to the prophecies in Verse 5 that Jesus fulfilled, which tell us he was wounded for our transgressions, and bruised for our iniquities, and by his stripes we are healed, Verse 6 also tells us that the Lord laid on him the iniquity of us all. In addition, Verse 8 states that “for the transgression of my people he was stricken,” and Verse 11 tells us “my righteous servant justify many; for he shall bear their iniquities,” and finally in Verse 12 we are told, “he bare the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors.”

Those prophecies which Jesus fulfilled are very meaningful, especially when one ties them with the prophecy given in Verse 10 that states, “when thou shalt make his soul an offering for sin.” When one ties those prophecies, and especially that of Verse 10, with that which Pharisee Saul/Paul gave in Romans 8:3, “God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh,” one can easily understand how the myth came about that the prophecies Jesus fulfilled within Isaiah 53, had been done for all of mankind. But did He really fulfill all the prophecies I have addressed, for ALL of mankind? Old Testament Scripture gives us that answer.

Verse 8 of Isaiah 53 tells us the man who will come upon many nations, “was cut off out of the land of the living: for the transgression of my people was he stricken.” That prophecy is also given in the Book of Daniel. Daniel, Chapter 9, Verse 26, which tells us, “after three score and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself.” When the Romans crucified Jesus, He was cut off from the land of the living, wasn’t he? And as you will learn, “He was cut off from the land of the living” to end the daily sacrifice carried out in the temple for the atonement of sin.

The second part of the Isaiah 53, Verse 8 prophecy states, “for the transgression of my people was he stricken.” First of all, what was the transgression? The term “transgression” is mentioned several times in the Isaiah 53 prophecies, but the transgression is not declared in Isaiah 53. However, Isaiah Chapter 1 does provide that information. Verse 4 of Chapter 1 tells us the Lord told Isaiah, “Ah sinful nation, a people laden with iniquity, a seed of evildoers, children that are corrupters: they have forsaken the LORD, they have provoked the Holy One of Israel unto anger, they are gone away backward.”

Then in Verse 11 the Lord made clear why He was so angry. He told Isaiah, “To what purpose is the multitude of your sacrifices unto me? saith the LORD: I am full of the burnt offerings of rams, and the fat of fed beasts; and I delight not in the blood of bullocks, or of lambs, or of he goats.” That statement certainly crystallizes the fact the Lord was not happy with the blood sacrifices made to him for the atonement of sin.

Then in Verse 12 the Lord makes a huge statement: “When ye come to appear before me, who hath required this at your hand, to tread my courts?” That statement certainly contradicts the rituals and laws for the blood sacrifice for the atonement of sin the Lord purportedly gave to Moses in Exodus, Chapter 29, Verses 10 through 42, doesn’t it?

Further, Daniel, Chapter 8, Verses 11 and 12 tell us the Prince of the host will take away the daily sacrifice, as a host was given to him against the daily sacrifice by reason of transgression. Ah, so now we know the transgression is the daily sacrifice! Who conducted the daily sacrifice? The Hebrew priests did in the temple for the atonement of sin. So the transgressions addressed in the Isaiah 53 prophecies, were those of the Jews, as no other nation was identified.

Isaiah 53:6 tells us “the LORD hath laid on him the iniquity of us all.” Whose iniquity is the Lord referring to? Well Isaiah 1, Verse 4 tells us the Lord told Isaiah the Jews were “Ah sinful nation, a people laden with iniquity.” And in Daniel 9:24 the angel told Daniel “to finish the transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity.” Whose iniquity did the Lord refer to, and the angel refer to? It was the iniquity of the Jews, for no other nation was mentioned.

Isaiah 1:4 contains a very important statement that I would be remiss to not address: “they have forsaken the LORD, they have provoked the Holy One of Israel unto anger, they are gone away backward.” First of all, Jeremiah 8:8-9 makes clear the manner in which the Lord had been provoked to anger, for those Verses tell us the Lord wants to know how the Israelites think themselves wise when the lying pen of the scribes changed the Word the Lord had given to them.

In addition, the Lord made clear to Jeremiah in Chapter 7, Verse 22 He did not command the blood sacrifices when He brought the Jews out of Egypt, and then in Verse 24 He told Jeremiah, “But they hearkened not, nor inclined their ear, but walked in the counsels and in the imagination of their evil heart, and went backward, and not forward.” That statement certainly matches that which the Lord told Isaiah in 1:4, “they are gone away backward,” doesn’t it.

All the lessons that I shared with you from the Book of Daniel, and the Book of Isaiah, and the Book of Jeremiah, shed light of the fact the transgression and iniquity declared in the prophecies were those of only the Israelites, and no other nation. Being that is fact, further cements the reality that Pharisee Saul/Paul utilized Old Testament lessons to support his claim Jesus’ crucifixion had been a blood sacrifice to redeem mankind from their sins. However, based upon the information I shared with you, it is very obvious Jesus’ crucifixion in fulfillment of Scripture, only applied to the Israelites, and their sin of the daily sacrifices for the atonement of sin, and not to redeem all of mankind from their sin, as many Christians and Catholics believe.

Further, Lections 75 and 76 make very clear the actual reason Jesus had been crucified. Lection 75 Verse 6 tells us Judas wanted to know where the lamb was that Moses had commanded for Passover, because he had bought one, but Jesus would not allow it to be killed. Then in Lection 76, Verses 27 and 28 we are told Judas went to the house of Caiaphas, the high priest, and told him Jesus had celebrated the Passover with Mazza in place of the lamb, and he told Caiaphas he did buy a lamb, but Jesus would not let it be killed. Then we are told in Verse 28 that Caiaphas rent his clothes and said, “Truly this is a Passover of the law of Moses. He hath done the deed which is worthy of death, for it is a weighty transgression of the law. What need of further witness?”

The fact Jesus had refused to allow the lamb to be killed in accordance with Moses’ Passover Law is the actual reason Jesus had been crucified. That information is conveniently left out of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The only information given is that Judas would seek an opportunity to betray Jesus, but the opportunity he seized upon was never stated.

Many Christians claim they are of Abraham, and thus the prophecies Jesus fulfilled in Isaiah 53 apply to them. First, it is not possible all Christians can be descendants of Abraham. Many souls incarnated prior to Abraham, and being that is biblical fact it is not possible all Christian souls are of Abraham. Even if they were descendants of Abraham, they still would not be forgiven their sins through Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross.

The Messiah, Jesus, preached throughout His Gospel recorded by Apostle John, the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, that He came into the world to end the bloody sacrifices of the law, said law being in Exodus 29:10–42, for the atonement of sin. The Messiah fulfilled the Isaiah 53 prophecies when He suffered His scourging and crucifixion due to the transgressions and iniquities of the Israelites, and the Lord made clear to Isaiah the fact those transgressions and iniquities were the blood sacrifices carried out in the temple for the atonement of sin.

Nothing in the prophecies within Isaiah, or Daniel, indicate that the Messiah’s crucifixion would be for sins of the future. Daniel 8:11 states the Messiah will end the daily sacrifice, and Daniel 9:27 tells us He will end it in the midst of the week. Jesus did end the daily sacrifice in the midst of the week, which came about after his resurrection when He appeared in the temple with a whip of seven cords on the day of the sacrifices. Those in the temple, the money changers, knew He had appeared in such a manner prior to his crucifixion, and they were terrified when He appeared again in the same manner, and that is the day the sacrifices ended.

The lessons Jesus preached throughout His Gospel recorded by Apostle John, consistently conveyed the message He came into the world to end the bloody sacrifices of the law, and to renew His Father’s Law of Love that men of the Old Testament had changed to suit their needs and traditions. Not once did He state He came into the world to save all souls from sins they committed, or would commit. Instead He taught that souls must repent and amend their ways to His Father’s Law of Love, in order to achieve the purification required to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven. He also taught that souls will experience many lifetimes in order to achieve the purification needed to enter into His Father’s Kingdom.

Further, I have calculated the times given in prophecy in Daniel 9:24–27, and they prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Jesus did end the daily sacrifices right on time, as foretold in Daniel 9:27, in the midst of the week. Those calculations also prove beyond doubt that Jesus was the Messiah that the Israelites had been foretold would come. For those who would like to know those calculations, they are revealed in Direct Contact by God, Volume III, Chapter 11, and it is available through Amazon and RodCDavis.com.

I humbly urge you to please share the lessons that I have shared with you, as they are so very crucial to a soul being able to earn its salvation. So many souls do not know they must earn their salvation, and those souls will be given an opportunity through another lifetime to do such. However, due to the efforts of myself and many others, there are numerous souls who do know Jesus’ Doctrine has been severely corrupted by men, but they refuse to accept that fact.

Actually, those souls stubbornly refuse to even look at, let alone study the evidence that absolutely proves, way beyond doubt, men corrupted Jesus’ Doctrine. They instead remain loyal to Pharisee Saul/Paul and his teachings that became authorized church doctrine due to an obscure conspiracy that took place during 325 AD. They are not doomed. Those souls will also experience another lifetime to get it right. But, the lifetime they experience will involve far more difficulties to overcome, than those who had not been made aware of the fact men had corrupted Jesus’ Doctrine.

Reverend Roderick C. Davis
Anointed Preacher of God’s & Jesus’ Genuine Lessons

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