Why Jesus Didn't Atone For Our Sins
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Why Jesus Didn't Atone For Our Sins
*Updated 4/2001*
First off, we see that in the context of Isaiah and elsewhere in the Bible that Israel is the suffering servant. Therefore, Israel is the sacrifice for holding God's will and Covenant, this is talked about in the "MIKEitz" PORTION OF THE TORAH, about suffering and sacrifice that comes from being the ones to shed light on unpopular truths. That surely is a sacrifice, since everyone in darkness would only attack the ones holding this light (truth/knowledge).

Facts never discussed:
The Lamb in the Passover was not the atonement, it was the sin itself- in other words people are admiting Jesus was the man of sin (Lucifer) who had to be removed.
Atonement would be Yom Kippur.
By claiming Jesus the Lamb then people claim him to be the Idol, because the sacrifice of the lamb was the removal of the Idol that's what the whole business of the Pesach-offering was all about.
The lamb was to be kept in the Jewish homes for several days to arouse the curiosity of the Egyptians who worshipped it as their idol. The Jews were to tell them explicitly and fearlessly, that they intended to slaughter the lamb
(remove that idol and sacrifice it in order to have The redemption from Egypt)

II "On the tenth of the month, every man is to take a lamb... guard it until the fourteenth day of this month, and then slaughter it. . ." — Parshat Bo 12:3-6
Now here are a few more gems on the issue of preaching that Jesus was a sacrifice for our sins.
1)then why were the Jews and Judas persecuted for being the ones who helped save us from our sins with the sacrifice?
2)what good is this sacrifice when it's a free reign for repeating mistakes and transgressions destroying civilization in it's concept?
3)The Hebrew Bible requires that the sacrificial ritual be administered by a Priest (Kohen) – we are told that Jesus was crucified by Roman soldiers.
4)the Hebrew Bible requires that the blood of the sacrifice had to be sprinkled on the altar in the Temple by the Priest – we are told that it wasn’t done.
5)the Hebrew Bible requires that the sacrifice be without any physical defects or blemishes – we know that Jesus was beaten, whipped, and dragged on the ground before being crucified (not to mention that, as a Jew by birth, he was circumcised on the eighth day after being born, which is rendered as a mutilation in the New Testament).
6)the Hebrew Bible specifies that the Passover sacrifice was offered on an individual basis, not as a communal offering.
7)the Hebrew Bible requires that the Passover sacrifice had to be roasted and eaten.
8) the Hebrew Bible states that the Passover sacrifice wasn’t offered for the removal of sins, it was a commemorative offering; a more appropriate time for a sin offering would have been on Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement).
ESPECIALLY SINCE THE MELCHIZEDEK SCROLLS STATES when this forgiveness and judgment was to take place by Michael. It was to be done during the 10th (month) of the Jubilee year (98) which (similar to the Leviticus account) and by chance fell on Yom Kippur and Michaelemas day and means there couldn't have been THE atonement or a Messiah until this age. So while being deceived, we managed to somehow pass this date and lose our free forgiveness/atonement. True faith would have allowed us to perform this to show we deserved to be forgiven but we failed to fess up, recognize, change and straighten our path, so now we lose that free grace that was offered up in prophecy to help us. It's that simple.
9)the Hebrew Bible strictly forbids vicarious atonement.
10)Leviticus 27:26 No one may dedicate the firstborn of an animal, (hint:the lamb- firstborn) since the firstborn already belongs to the L-RD; Whether an ox or a sheep.
Also important:
28"But nothing that a man owns and devotes to the L-RD-whether man or animal or faimly land-may be sold or redeemed; everything so devoted is most holy to the L-RD.
Therefore nobody is redeemed by his blood as falsely acclaimed. 11) and lastly & most obvious, the Hebrew Bible itself strictly prohibits human sacrifices.
All this points to one thing, isn't this the deception of the Beast to allow sin to permeate the world?
And now we have the answer to the riddle;
“why is the world so cruel?”

So how do we atone for our sins?
Isaiah 55:7
"Let the wicked one leave his way and the sinful man his thoughts; let him return to HaShem and He will show him mercy; [return] to our God for He is abundantly forgiving."
This means if a person violates one of HaShem's commandments he is required to "return" to God.
This process comes in three steps;
1)Fessing up & admitting one's sin(s). (without displacing blame)
2)Feeling regret that one sinned.
3)Making a commitment not to repeat the sin.
The Bible says that even a righteous man can still be considered righteous if he occasionally strays and makes mistakes.
*NEW PORTION*
Sins can be "erased" through sincere repentance and a firm resolution never to repeat them. The power of repentance is mentioned in these verses:
Isaiah 55:7 & Jeremiah 36:3 about the Teshuva
(turning from your wicked ways and returning to G-d)
Jeremiah 36:3 Perhaps the House of Judah will hear all the evil I [G-d] intend to do to them, so that everyone may turn from his evil way and I may forgive their iniquity and sin.

Ezekiel 33:11
"As I live," says the L-rd, G-d, "I take no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from his way and live; turn, turn from your evil ways, for why should you die, O House of Israel?"
Hosea 14:3
Take with you words, return to the L0rd; say to Him: "Forgive all iniquity, accept that which is good; and we will offer the words of our lips instead of bullocks."
Similar:
I Samuel 15:22
And Samuel said: "Does the L-rd delight as much in burnt offerings and sacrifices as in obedience to the voice of the L-rd? Behold, obedience is better than any sacrifice, and to comply [is better] than the fat of rams."
At one time there was an "additional" form of atonement, few sins required this. It was the offering of an animal sacrifice on the Temple altar. But the bible clearly shows that sincere repentance alone has secured total expiation and that common sense shows this repentance works best in reality where as the sacrifice is only a gesture for the mental state of starting fresh on a clean slate and washing away of sin.


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