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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Jacob and Jesus Christ

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Greetings to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

Lately, I've been reading in GENESIS, the first of the Five Books of Moses in the HOLY BIBLE.

I am especially impressed by what I've been learning about Jacob.

He was a brilliant scientist!

He spent twenty years employed by his father-in-law, Laban, tending his flocks and herds.

Those twenty years weren't wasted.

Jacob was a patient and very observant man.

While watching those herds reproduce, he figured out genetic engineering, and he later applied that knowledge to create his own fortune in livestock.

According to the scriptures, Jacob knew something Laban did not.

When livestock gather to be watered, and then later mate, their offspring are affected by the chemical properties of that water.

So, if you want all of the livestock to remain the same, you don't do anything to change that water.

But, if you mix the sap of various trees into the drinking water, it will alter the appearance of the newborn animals.

Since Jacob and Laban had made a deal, where Jacob's wages came from permission to create herds for himself, Jacob used his knowledge for his advantage.

He separated the animals into two different groups, watering them separately, mixing the tree sap into the water only when watering his own herd.

He then separated the offspring at birth, allowing the strongest to be nursed by his own herds, while leaving the weakest to be nursed by Laban's herds.

Each time those newborns became adults, he repeated the process, until his own herd was healthier and more fertile than Laban's herds.

Laban was mystified.

He couldn't figure out how Jacob was getting the better half of the deal.

Another thing that's interesting, is how righteous Jacob must have been.

It's a popular misconception that Jacob used trickery to steal his twin brother, Esau's birthright, as Jacob was obedient to his parents, whereas Esau openly defied his parents.

One indication of the degree of Jacob's loyalty to his covenants was when he spent an entire night wrestling with a mysterious stranger, who dislocated Jacob's hip.

The next day, that stranger blessed Jacob, changing his name to Israel.

It was only then that Jacob learned that he had spent the night physically wrestling with God, which required some sort of divine protection, as no mortal man can endure the presence of God.

Now, Jesus Christ (who is called Jehovah in the OLD TESTAMENT) had not yet been born into mortality, so without a physical body, how could he have wrestled with Jacob?

I'm guessing it must have been the father of Jesus Christ, for God, the Father would have been the only one with a physical body at that time.

Another thing that I marvel at, is that if Abraham or Jacob were living in our contemporary society, they would probably both be arrested and charged with forcible rape, as both men, were directed by their wives (Sarah, Leah, and Rachael) to use their personal handmaidens to father children.

Were the servant women (Hagar, Bilhah, and Zilpah) in a position to refuse the sexual advances of their master?

Or, is there more to the story?

This is where the ancient violent blood feud first began between the Arabs and Israel, and it continues even today, with wholesale slaughter on both sides.

Of course, our contemporary society is quite perverted, having been so indoctrinated with false ideology, we've completely lost sight of why we are on this Earth, and we're forsaking our eternal obligation to perpetuate life and maintain the purity of our family bloodlines.

Who are we to judge God?

Who are we to second-guess our ancestors, and say we are more wise and more righteous than they were?

Do you know one of my favorite verses in the HOLY BIBLE?

It's the last verse in the last chapter of the BOOK OF JUDGES.

"In those days, there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes." (JUDGES 21:25)

Oh, if ONLY we could have that sort of individual freedom today!

But, we'd have to be very circumspect in our personal conduct, adhering to a strict self-regulated code of morality, with true charity towards our brethren.

Otherwise, wickedness leads to anarchy, which then leads to universal desire for some sort of control, and almost inevitably, the abdication of individual responsibility results in the greater horrors of a government tyranny (such as we must endure today in our own United States of America).

We must remember the last commandment which Jesus Christ gave to his apostles at the last supper, just before they walked over to the Garden of Gethsemane.

Luke was the only apostle who recorded this particular commandment, as it is not mentioned anywhere else.

"Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one." (LUKE 22:36)

Is Jesus Christ commanding his followers to be armed?

It's my personal opinion that, because of the current prevalent wickedness of mankind, each of us has a sacred duty to wear concealed loaded firearms all of the time and every place we go, in order to stop violent attacks against the innocent.

It also ensures our government officials behave themselves properly, and everybody would certainly become a lot more courteous and civil.

An immediate practical benefit of having a universally unregulated armed and involved citizenry would be less taxation, for we wouldn't need so many police, prisons, or soldiers.

In addition, if we truly would be our brother's keeper, then we should take upon ourselves the responsibility to receive training in emergency medical response, firefighting, and rescue techniques.

Each citizen would then maintain adequate rescue, firefighting, medical supplies, plus survival basics (food, water, fuel, bedding, communications gear, et cetera) in their homes, vehicles, and businesses.

Just imagine how much less government bureaucracy there'd be, and how much less it would cost us to maintain that government!

Taxes would also be lower if parents would educate their own children, instead of abdicating their responsibility and allowing their children to be indoctrinated with "politically correct" government approved propaganda in our public schools, where the children must also endure the nightmare terrors of abuse from other children who attend that same public school.

Duh - - - do you suppose there might actually be a reason why those divinely inspired men who originally wrote our CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES make NO mention of educating children?

Do you think it was an accidental omission?

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee, KB3KWS
Official Bard of Clan Henderson
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Washington, D.C. 20011-8400

" - - - the blood is strong, the heart is Highland, and we in dreams behold the Hebrides."

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