Before Jesus Christ was resurrected, He was sacrificed as the Lamb of God during the Second Passover to redeem God’s children from their death-sentence for breaking the Torah Covenant (contract) with God. To better understand the Second Passover, think about the First Passover. It foreshadowed Jesus’ mission to fulfill God’s Word. During the first Passover, the Angel of Death killed the first-born in every house in Egypt, including the pharaoh’s. However, the angel passed over the Israelite houses which had the blood of a sacrificed lamb painted around the door. And just as this blood saved the children, Christ would save an entire Israelite nation come His Second Passover.
The Israelites were the tribes of Israel, enslaved in Egypt under the evil rules of man. They were called Israelites because they were from the House of Israel, the descendents of Jacob’s 12 sons. God renamed Jacob “Israel” because he became a champion for God, and his children would be blessed. Even today, they are True Israel, a people, and not a country. The First Passover brought an end to 400 years of slavery and oppression. The Israelites were truly thankful and took a VOW to keep and do God’s Commandments given to Moses. Essentially, they entered a marriage contract to become His servant nation and draw the world into His perfect system.
But the years passed and instead of drawing people into Israel, they were lured away again to worship, or bow down, to the laws of men, who were very crafty individuals and who used the Jewish Talmud, instead of the Torah. For this adultery, they went into slavery again, but this time not by foreigners, but by their own rich and powerful elite. Once again, the Israelites needed to be freed again. This broken vow, or treason against God, brought them back under the death-sentence.
Christ’s mission was to be the sacrificial Lamb to redeem them. And like Abraham and Moses, He would lead the people back to God’s Word, showing The Way. They were asked to reject the evil politicians, priests and lawyers who enslaved them with man-made laws, doctrine and rituals, and return to God’s Law. They had to be like Him and keep and do God’s Commandments, as He was clearly demonstrating could be done, even in the face of the evil rulers. He was a Testament that all was possible with God. But instead of rejecting the evil men and their ways, they rejected Christ, and killed the body He was using.
The original Covenant came into being through Abraham, because he did not withhold his own miracle-son Isaac, in God’s test of his faith. And in order to save an entire nation from death, God would have to cancel the contract; and the only way to do that was to sacrifice His own miracle-Son. If the Israelites rejected the evil men and their ways and accepted Christ as High Priest and King of kings, the sacrifice wouldn’t have needed to be made. But God knew they would reject Him, as indicated by scripture and biblical teachings.
With the sacrifice of the Lamb of God, a New Contract came into being, a New Testament: Follow The Way, be like Jesus Christ, who followed all God’s Laws. Through Christ and His teachings, everyone should know how they should be, act, think, talk, and especially communicate with Father, alone, through the Holy Spirit.
You must stop your insurrection against God and Christ, and RESURRECT your spirit:
Rect – right; straight; rule
Sure – without doubt
Unsure-rection ) unsure of what/Who is right.
Insure-rection ) fighting against what/Who is right.
Resure-rection – becoming sure again of what/Who is right
In order to do this, you must follow in the lines of the prophets until you ultimately become “like Christ”, being a spirit. Become like Abraham, a friend of God’s. Become like Isaac, gladly establish the Covenant with God. Become like Jacob and be a champion for God. Become like righteous Joseph, add unto God and spread His word. Become like Moses and be obedient to God. Continue until you learn to rectify your spirit. Your spirit connected to God should be making all decisions, not the “human animal” body connected to Satan.
Revelation 20: 6: Blessed and holy [is] he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be channels of God and of Christ (Gal. 1:10), and shall reign with him a thousand years. John 3:3: “Except a man be born again (as his spirit-Being, which is not human), he cannot see the Kingdom of God.”
On Christ’s Second Return, He will not be crucified for the nation; He will judge it. On His return, He will not heal; He will warn. On His return, He WILL become King of kings and High-Priest. God’s Word is and will be ever true.