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Jesus heavenly parents forsake Him

( 1 ) Ge 2:24 Therefore shall a man leave "`azab" his father and his mother , and shall cleave unto his wife : and they shall be one flesh .

.. leave .. The first use of this word in Genesis is the "man and the woman" plough away from their parents home, and begin another home of themselves.

( 2 ) Jos 24:16 And the people answered and said , God forbid that we should forsake "`azab" the LORD , to serve other gods ;

.. God forbid that we should leave .. Or plough away from God's Home and find another Home authority to guide us.

( 3 ) Ps 16:10 For thou wilt not leave "`azab" my soul in hell ; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption .

.. leave .. The Father did not leave Jesus in the place of the second death for very long, 3 days and 3 nights was enough to satisfy the penalty of transgression.

( 4 ) Ps 22:1 upon Aijeleth Shahar , A Psalm of David .> My God , my God , why hast thou forsaken "`azab" me? why art thou so far from helping me, and from the words of my roaring ?

.. God my God why hast thou leave .. Jesus cried in agony, the PARENTS of GOD are ploughing away from His HOME, the living presence of His soul....by leaving Jesus Home (the quantum place where you are I exist, the living force of life that makes decisions, etc)...the parents of God were allowing Jesus their son to die...imagine the agony for the parents, and the agony for their son....

You might ask, why do you say Parents of GOD ?

Why does Jesus speak "el" "el" ?

The word "el" means a single numerical one of strong authority. The picture is gramatically single, and refers to one entity.

Some scholars belittle GOD and say the reference is to repetition, or it a good thing is worthy saying say it twice, or say it beautifully... There is some evidence for this style of writing, after all the Bible is mostly poetry in style. However, Jesus is NOT speaking twice to a single numerical member of strong authority. He is speaking twice, once to each parent. And this makes more sense.

For death to occur, both the Father of all life force, and administrator of that life force, the Holy Spirit, BOTH members of GOD had to leave the presence of Jesus soul, so Jesus could truly die. That's why He says "el" "el" 'Why are you leaving me ?'

How do I know they are like parents? Because Jesus calls His Father the "ab" "the strong one of the home", the Hebrew word for Dad, or Father. And if Jesus is literally the Son of the Father, than its appropriate to call His Dad, Father.

Why doesn't Jesus speak of a Mother ? Generally in Hebrew culture in the presence of both genders, the masculine always respectfully takes over the feminine. This is why you see Hebrew words referring to boys also refers to girls. This is perhaps the only reference in the entire Bible where one comes closest to Jesus referencing both parents in one passage of speaking. And when He speaks these two words, they are not the words of "Dad" and "Mum", but "my strong authority", "my strong authority" why are you leaving me ?"

To prevent readers from making wild conclusions there are other studies on this, but let me assure you that in the entire Bible there are no references to the Father or the Holy Spirit referenced by sexual gender terms. There is however, some references to GOD in terms of personality differences "maleness" and "femaleness". The Bible speaks that in heaven humans are not able to continue sexual propagation, and I feel the only thing each of us will retain is our character and our personality differences of "maleness" and "femaleness".

( 5 ) Ps 27:10 When my father and my mother forsake "`azab" me, then the LORD will take me up .

.. When my father and my mother leave ..

( 6 ) Ps 89:30 If his children forsake "`azab" my law , and walk not in my judgments ;

.. leave ..

( 7 ) Pr 2:13 Who leave "`azab" the paths of uprightness , to walk in the ways of darkness ;

.. leave ..

( 8 ) Pr 2:17 Which forsaketh "`azab" the guide of her youth , and forgetteth the covenant of her God .

.. leave ..

( 9 ) Pr 3:3 Let not mercy and truth forsake "`azab" thee: bind them about thy neck ; write them upon the table of thine heart :

.. Let not mercy and truth leave ..

( 10 ) Pr 4:2 For I give you good doctrine , forsake "`azab" ye not my law .

.. you good doctrine leave ..

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