1 PETER 2:22 – HE COMMITTED NO SIN, AND NO DECEIT WAS FOUND IN HIS
Did the Messiah “commit no
Or… was Peter
quoting Isaiah 53:9!
From my book “The Nazarene”
Those who deny Yahusha’s role in the Plan of Salvation which
was to walk The Way so that Yahuah could “forgive our sin and remember our iniquity no more” like
to quote the following verse:
1 Peter 2:22
"He committed no sin, and no deceit was
found in his mouth."
That is an intentional MISQUOTE by the translators who
translated our English Bibles under the influence of The Spirit of the False
Messiah and Greek pagan mindset. Peter was quoting the following
His grave was assigned with wicked men, Yet
He was with a rich man in His death, Because He had done no violence, Nor was
there any deceit
in His mouth.
Peter was not saying Yahusha never sinned, he and Isaiah
were referring to the charges he was found innocent of and killed anyway when
tried by Rome! He was brought up on 2 charges… “inciting violence” among the people and claiming to be
“God” (which is blasphemy and a lie). He was found innocent of both charges as
Yahusha never claimed to be Yahuah or a “god” and he was innocent of insurrection.
Peter was quoting Isaiah (which the translators then misquoted) to show that
Yahusha fulfilled this prophecy, NOT that he was “sin free” his entire life as
the sound-bite is taught in error out of context.
is the proper translation and context:
1 Peter 2:22
had done no violence, and no deceit was found in his mouth (when he was tried
and found innocent of insurrection and blasphemy and then executed anyway
Isaiah 53:9 and his body laid in the tomb of the rich man).
Again we are the victim of the lying pen of the scribes (Jeremiah
8:8) who mistreated the text both in what Peter was referring to and the actual
quote from Isaiah! Add to that teachers who teach the scriptures in “out of
context sound bites” to imply incarnation… and we are led into blasphemy
of The Holy Spirit!
Blasphemy of The Holy Spirit!
Denying Yahuah’s immortality
Like I said, there is not one place cover to cover that says The
Messiah was sin free from birth…
The Good News – A sinful
human can be perfected in Righteousness
Yahuah enters into covenant with
Yahusha to “forgive his sin and ours”
The Doctrine of Righteousness… Part
1: “The Way”
and to those who say this of him… well, let me let him
Yahusha started on His way, a man ran up and knelt before Him (a show of respect
not worship). “Good Teacher,” he
asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?” 18 “Why do you call Me good?
Yahusha replied, “No one is good except the one and ONLY God Yahuah (Matthew 13:3)”
Rav Sha’ul (the Nazarene)