Bloody Hands

12 Mar

Jesus & lamb2

March 11, 2015

The other day i wrote down about the seven things that God hates. A few things i noticed about this list of seven things. Such as, the first thing listed is a proud look. It seems like murder would be first, but the second is lying. And then it isn’t until the third thing that murder is mentioned. Actually it doesn’t say “murder”. It says “hands that shed innocent blood”. This stood out to me because i remember what Jesus said about killing and eating animals. Jesus is against killing and eating animals. There are Scriptural references to this, and quite a lot of supporting gospels that confirm that Jesus did not eat dead flesh of animals. Jesus even referred to people as “hurting the innocent creatures of God” by killing and eating them. This is the same thing that Wisdom tells us in Proverbs – that God hates hands that shed innocent blood. I don’t think that means only human blood. I think that means exactly what it says: “innocent blood”. Whether it be blood of a human or an animal, i believe this means that God hates hands that shed innocent blood, animal or human.

Yes, i believe God loves all the creatures He created. That’s why God had Noah build an ark. That’s why God told everyone to eat herbs and seeds. God is a God of Love and compassion. Killing is not what God tells us to do, ever. God commands us “Thou shalt not kill”. Although, many people cannot understand what these four words mean and many people do EXACTLY the OPPOSITE of what God tells them. I believe if we wish to keep God’s commandments then we “shall not kill” ANYTHING. PERIOD. No living creatures should be harmed or killed. Not for food, not for money, not for game and certainly not for “sport”. Many people will not listen to what God tells them and they won’t do what God tells them either. And so they also don’t listen when God tells them “Live by the sword and perish by the same”. And so by not believing God’s Word is True, they deceive them ownselves and perish by the sword.

Proverbs Chapter 6

16 ¶ These six things doth the LORD hate: yea, seven are an
abomination unto him:
17 A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,

18 An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in
running to mischief,
19 A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord
among brethren.

from the Gospel of the Hebrews:

“Behold this watermelon, the fruit of the earth.” Jesus then broke open the watermelon and said:

“See thou with thine own eyes the good fruit of the soil, the meat of man, and see thou the seeds within, count ye them, for one melon maketh …a hundredfold and even more.

If thou sow this seed, ye do eat from the true God. For no blood was spilled, nay no pain nor outcry did ye hear with thy ears or see with thine eyes.

The true food of man is from the mother of the earth, for she brings forth perfect gifts unto the humble of the land.

But ye seek what Satan giveth, the anguish, the death, and the blood of living souls taken by the sword.

Know ye not, those who live by the sword are the ones who die by the same death?

Go thine way then, and plant the seeds of the good fruit of life, and leave ye off from hurting the innocent creatures of God.”

*The Gospel of the Holy Twelve, also known as The Gospel of the Hebrews, The Essene Gospel, The Gospel of the Ebionites, or just plain “The Gospel.”

(This book has been translated from Aramaic by the Englishman, Reverend Gideon H. Ousley, 1835-1906).

*Jesus was a life long Vegetarian, and denounced the killing of animals and eating their flesh, did all Essene’ (Nazarene), for a hundred years, prior to his birth.

you remember them, don’t you?


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