The Messiah. Chapter 180. Page 6. How did The Messiah, Son of, the Supreme in authority,

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For [G2424 H3091] Yehôshûa‛ Yehôshûa‛ [G5547 anointed, that’s, the Messiah,] The Messiah, in this chapter, I will be writing, The Messiah.

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The Messiah. Chapter 180.

How did The Messiah, Son of, the Supreme in authority, the Supreme divinity, the Almighty God, say, the (pagans) Roman’s were going to treat him? Part 7. Page 1

Copyright (C) by Noelene Rout 8th November 2004 All Rights Reserved.

Amended by Noelene Rout 9 th October 2015
34 And they understood none of these things: and this saying was hid from them, neither knew they the things which were spoken. Lke 18:34

Spit G4429..G4428..G4072…G3961..G3817..G5180

G4429 πτύω ptuō ptoo’-o A chief verb (compare G4428); to spit: – spit.

G4428 πτύσσω ptussō ptoos’-so Possibly relates to πετάννυμι petannumi (to spread; obviously allied to G4072 through the concept of expansion, and to G4429 through that of flattening; compare G3961); to fold, that is, furl a scroll: – close. [I don’t want to put idea’s into people’s heads, but, the only way you could spread, expand, flatten and (roll) furl spit is if you mixed it with something. Did people mix spit with clay as The Messiah did to heal the blind man and actually throw it through the air at him? The Messiah did say that he would be set up as a goal, a mark! Bible Scholars! Please read Roman History and see if people actually did this sort of things to criminals who were impaled! or maybe they just did it to him, and the practice continued throughout later years!]

G4072 πέτομαι, πετάομαι, πτάομαι petomai petaomai ptaomai pet’-om-ahee, pet-ah’-om-ahee, ptah’-om-ahee Including the lengthened form (second form) and contraction (third form) of the middle voice of a chief verb; to fly: – fly (-ing).

G3961 πατέω pateō pat-eh’-o From a derivative possibly of G3817 (meaning a “path”); to trample (literally or abstractly): – tread (under foot, down,). [The people trod The Messiah(under foot, down,).]

G3817 παίω paiō pah’-yo A chief verb; to hit (as if by single blow and not as violently as G5180); particularly to sting (as a scorpion): – (to) strike, smite, beat, sting. [Did people sting The Messiah with something that they mixed with their spit and threw through the air at him?]

G5180 τύπτω tuptō toop’-to A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 an G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound.

Roman history needs to be read to see how children were treated, and also to see if people threw items at criminals who had been impaled.

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G5087 τίθημι tithēmi tith’-ay-mee An extended form of a chief word θέω theō (used as an alternate in definite tenses); to place (in the broadest application, abstractly and literally; correctly in a passive [Dictionary: offered no active resistance!] or horizontal (Dictionary: flat, level) posture, different from G2476, which correctly indicates an upright and active position, while G2749 is correctly reflexive (Dictionary: Subject is same as it object.) and utterly prostrate : – conceive, commit, appoint, advise, ordain, purpose, give, put, make, bow, kneel down, sink down, lay (down, aside, up), set (forth), settle.

G5228 ὑπέρ huper hoop-er’ A chief preposition; “over”, that is, (with genitive case) of place, above, with accusative case superior to, more than, beyond, or causal, across, for the sake of, instead, regarding; : – (abundantly, exceeding), exceeding (above, -ly), very highly, very chiefest, above, in (on) behalf of, on the part of, for, concerning, beyond, by, more (than), of, over, in stead, than, to (-ward), very. In compounds it keeps many of the applications above .

G1722 ἐν en en A chief preposition signifying (fixed) position (in place, state or time), and (implying) instrumentality (constructively or medially), a relation of rest (intermediate amidst G1519 and G1537; “in”, at, by, (up-) on, etc.: – about, among, between, altogether, with (-in), (here-) in (-to, -wardly), there (-in, -on), (up-) on, through (-out), (un-) to (-ward), after, against, almost, [open-] ly, outwardly, under, give self wholly to, by (all means), mightily, (here-) by, as, at, before, one, quickly, [speedi-] ly, shortly, that, when, where (-with), while. Often used in compounds, with substantially similar import; infrequently with verbs of movement, and then not indicating direction, except (elliptically).

G1519 εἰς eis ice A chief preposition; to or into (signifying the point reached or entered), of place, time, or (abstractly) purpose (result, etc.); in adverbial phrases.: – against, by, (in) among, at, with, before, fore, forth, to ward, in (-to, at unto,), throughout, (up-) on, [back-] ward, continual, far more exceeding, [abundant-] ly, for [intent, purpose], to the intent that, (so) that, [where-] fore, in-so much that, concerning, to (the end), to be, therefore (-unto), till, (here-) until (-to), perish, never,

set at one again, as, of one mind, of, Frequently used in composition with similar import, used only with verbs (etc.) expressing motion (abstractly or literally).

G1537 ἐκ, ἐξ ek ex ek, ex A chief preposition signifying origin (point whence action or motion proceeds), from, out (of place, time, cause; literally or abstractly; remote or direct): – among, in, at betwixt (-yond), for (-th), from (among, forth, up), out among (from, of), off (from), with (-out), on, over, through, unto, (because, by reason) of, by (the means of), are, thenceforth, exceedingly, (abundantly above), very highly, heavenly, heartily, grudgingly, vehemently, after, since, hereby, Frequently used in composition, with the same general import; frequently of completion.

G1722 ἐν en en A chief preposition signifying (fixed) position (in place, state or time), and (implying) instrumentality (constructively or medially), a relation of rest (intermediate amidst G1519 and G1537; “in”, at, by, (up-) on, etc.: – about, among, between, altogether, with (-in), (here-) in (-to, -wardly), there (-in, -on), (up-) on, through (-out), (un-) to (-ward), after, against, almost, [open-] ly, outwardly, under, give self wholly to, by (all means), mightily, (here-) by, as, at, before, one, quickly, [speedi-] ly, shortly, that, when, where (-with), while. Often used in compounds, with substantially similar import; infrequently with verbs of movement, and then not indicating direction, except (elliptically).

G3815 παίζω paizō paheed’-zo From G3816; to sport (as a boy): – (to) play, behave as a boy.

G3816 παῖς pais paheece Maybe from G3817; a boy (as often beaten with impunity), or (by similarity) a girl, and (usually) a child; particularly a slave or a servant (especially  a minister to a king;  and by eminence to God): – child, (-ren Matthew 2:16), a lad, boy, son, maid (-en), young man, (man) servant.

G3817 παίω paiō pah’-yo A chief verb; to hit (as if by single blow and not as violently as G5180); particularly to sting (as a scorpion): – (to) strike, smite, beat, sting.

G5180 τύπτω tuptō toop’-to A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 and G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound.

G5177 τυγχάνω tugchanō toong-khan’-o Possibly for an outdated τύχω tuchō (for which the voice in the middle of another occur by turns τεύχω teuchō [to make ready or bring to pass] is used in particular tenses; related to the base off G5088 through the idea of effecting; correctly to affect; or (particularly) to hit or light on (as a mark to be reached), (transitively) to gain or secure an object or end, or (intransitively) to happen (as if meeting with); applied later as impersonally (with G1487), by chance; or (present participle) as adjective usual (as if commonly met with, with G3756, extraordinary), neuter (as adverb) perhaps; or (with another verb) as adverb by accident (as it were): – be, chance, obtain, enjoy, little, refresh . self, special. Compare G5180.

Who were the witnesses?  The Messiah..God, the invisible witness who was indwelling The Messiah. Jn 10:30,38..Jn 8:16..Jn 14:10,11..Jn 16:32..Jn 17:11..The Kingdom of God who was indwelling The Messiah. Lke 17;21..Peter, James and John..Holy [angels.. Heb 1:13,14] Ghosts, the invisible witnesses who were indwelling the disciples..Acts 2:1-4..Acts 10:38,39..The Kingdom of God that was indwelling disciples..Acts 2:1-4..Acts 10:38,39..and Nicodemus. Jn 3:9,14

Matthew 20:17-19..Mark 10:32-34 and Luke 18:31-34

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For [G2424 H3091] Yehôshûa‛ Yehôshûa‛ [G5547 anointed, that’s, the Messiah,] The Messiah, in this chapter, I will be writing, The Messiah.

On the way to Jerusalem. Rewritten from Matthew Mark and Luke combined and Copyrighted (C) by Noelene Joy Rout 30th May 2011

32 And The Messiah and his disciples were walking up a road, and they were going to Jerusalem; and The Messiah went before them, and the disciples were astounded, and as they followed him, they were frightened. Mk 10:32..Matt 20:17

Then The Messiah took the disciples apart on the road, and he began to tell them what was going to happen to him, Lke 18:31..Mk 10:32..Matt 20:17

33 And he said, Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem; and every thing that was written by the prophets about me (the Son of man Matthew 16:13) will happen to me. Mk 10:33..Lke 18:31..Matt 20:18

32 I will be delivered to the chief priests and the scribes, and they will condmen me to death, and they will deliver me to the Gentiles: to mock me and scourge me, and crucify me. Lke 18:32..Matt 20:18,19..Mk 10:33 .

34 They will mock me, and scourge me and they will spitefully intreat me, and they will spit on me, and they will kill me: and three days later I will rise from the dead. Mk 10:34..Matt 20:19..Lke 18:32,33

34 And the disciples did not understand any of these things: and what The Messiah had said to them was kept secret from them, and they did not know what The Messiah was talking about. Lke 18:34

Who were the witnesses?..The Messiah..God, the invisible witness who was indwelling The Messiah..Jn 10:38..Jn 16:32..The disciples.. Mk 3:14..Acts 5:32..Holy [angels..Heb 1:13,14] Ghosts, the invisible witnesses who were indwelling the disciples..Acts 2:1-4..Acts 10:38,39..The Kingdom of God that was indwelling the disciples, and also The Messiah. Lke 17:21  [And the Devils!]

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Prayers NEEDED!

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You are “not safe” in THE PRIVACY OF YOUR OWN LOCKED HOME, from, THE DEVIL! PlZ ask Almighty God in & through the name of His only begotten Son, The Word of God, to PROTECT & DELIVER me, an old widow, every moment, of every day, for the rest of my life, upon the face of this earth, from THE DEVIL, who USES “WIRES & DEVICES” TO TUNE INTO HUMAN BODIES, & COMMUNICATE INTO HUMAN MINDS, & TOUCH, TORMENT, HURT, & OR EVEN, KILL, PEOPLE! Hebrews 2:14

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