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After the annual period, which is continually being introduced by the Catholic Church throughout the year, we will soon remember the suffering of Jesus Christ. In the time from the flower week to the great night they read the suffering of Jesus Christ. As seen from historical times and from annual feasts, Catholics prefer to do Jesus’ suffering because they do not even conclude it by going to heaven, which would be at least in the style that Jesus brought, but they end this suffering with a burial in the grave. 1] It seems that burial in the grave is the last form of human engagement, not the departure to heaven or resurrection. There is no wonder that some Catholic and some Jesuit thinkers say that Catholics worship and proclaim more death and how it can come to hell and how hard it is in heaven.

But this is not just about it, but we are increasingly asking ourselves what they are all concealing, hidden and setting up where the message of the gospel is telling us is where it is difficult to get and understand their meaning. That it is difficult to get to the true faith is also due to the fact that the church is closed, because you can not tell everything in it, which, despite the two thousand year remoteness from the creation of the gospels and despite the cleansing of the evangelical textual cleaners, nevertheless we see, feel and feel .

One of these unworthy of distorted teachings by theologians, even more preachers or catechists, that is, those who “proclaim” the gospel to believers and believers in the final phase is that Jesus suffered under Pontius Pilate. This is proclaimed by both religions. And believers and believers who pronounce it with each mass, successfully spread this error forward. [3] It is even worse for children who do not have the critique of thinking that they get used to it and spread it forward as if they were the truth.

The prayer of faith is as follows:

I believe in God the Father of the Almighty, the Creator of the heavens and the earth.

And in Jesus Christ, the Son of his only, our Lord; who was conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of Mary the Device;

What do they say about the causes and why Jesus suffered texts in the Gospels [5]

Now, we will look at the texts that the evangelists tell us about how it was with Jesus’ suffering, and who caused it and started it. Was it caused by the Roman ruler and not by the Jews (great priests, Pharisees, scribes, and elders) who hated Jesus? I do not think it was caused by the then Roman ruler of Jerusalem, Pontius Pilate, but the great tribulation began by the great priests, that is, the Jews, that the king, as he was wrongly called, was saved, and that, in a cruel way, Roman ruler. [6]

About Jesus’ suffering in Matthew’s Gospel

Evangelist Matthew reports: While he was still speaking, Judas came, one of the twelve, and with him a great crowd with swords and knives, sent by the great priests and elders of the people … Whom I will kiss, the one is, receive him. Then they stretched forward, stretched out their hands upon Jesus, and caught him (compare Mt, 26, 47-50). Then the evangelist reports that Jesus was taken to the great priest Caiaphas, for the great priests and the entire assembly sought lying testimony against Jesus in order to put him to death (cf. Mt 26, 57-59). After the process with the great priest and false witnesses, when Jesus said that they would now see the Son of Man on the right hand of the Almighty, and when the high priest said that this was a blasphemy, the crowd said that he deserved to die and then spit on him and it was with fists and clofutals (compare Mt 26, 61-67). We can clearly see here that the torture of Jesus began already with the Jews, and not only under Pontius Pilate!

And onward: When it was settled, the great priests and elders of the people decided to put Jesus to death. Then they tied him up and drove him away. They were handed over to Pilate Pilate. Much was happening in the process before Pilate. First Pilate told him that he was the King of the Jews, and Jesus told him that Pilate said so. Then Jesus was silent that Pilate was amazed. Then Matthew writes that the governor had the habit of letting a prisoner go on holiday. Here Pilate offered to let them go, or Jesus Barabbas (so Matthew wrote) or Jesus. And the multitude is about to let Jesus Barabbash out, and let Jesus crucify. When Pilate saw that nothing was done, but that the noise was increasing, he washed his hands and said that he was innocent of the death of this man. “That’s your thing,” said Pilate.

And in religious beliefs, where today’s believers sigh that Jesus suffered under Pontius Pilate, they probably rely on this passage that concludes the encounter between Jesus and Pilate: “Then he released them from the Barabbas, and scourged Jesus; then he handed it over to crucify him “(Mt 27, 26). Of course, then “the ruler’s soldiers” took Jesus with him to the court house and gathered everything around him. They were clinging to him and being overwhelmed by Jesus and ridiculed him.

Well, the purpose that the great priests and elders of the people did to deliver Jesus into torture and death was solved by this: Jesus was tormented by a “foreign army”, and the Jewish high priests and elders werehed their hands, that they have nothing to do with it. Here I see all the quarrels of the Jews: they were the ones who wanted to kill Jesus, and Pilate knew that they betrayed him because of insensitivity, and when they delivered him to Pilate, they would wash their hands. In the Gospel it reads only that Pilate had washed his hands, but they were actually washed by the Jewish high priests and elders. Of course, they were, of course, guilty of Jesus’ suffering and death. Who bind Jesus and take him to Pilate? Not great priests and elders? Who, then, is guilty of Jesus’ suffering and death, and why did Jesus suffer? And because of Pilate? In any case: because of the great priests of the Jews who were the first to tie it, they tortured and sent Pilate! We really can not see anything else … So Jesus did not suffer under Pontius Pilate, as he had prayed blasphemously for nearly two thousand years, but suffered under the great priests of the Jews, the Pharisees, the scribes, and the elders of the people, that is, under the then Jewish government!

About Jesus’ suffering in Mark’s Gospel

Similarly, as Matthew reports, the evangelist Marko: Jesus goes to the Getsemani tribe; when he prays, the disciples fall asleep. And when he speaks to them, they will wake up, and Judah and the multitude of them with swords and arches will come with him, sent by the great priests, scribes and elders (judovski, of course, not Pontius Pilate!). Jesus leads to the great priest, where all the great priests, elders, and scribes were gathered. Jesus’ Jews are being asked to find a witness against him and to kill him. Jesus does not answer, except that you will see the Son of Man sitting on the right hand of the Almighty and coming with the clouds of heaven. Well, the high priest then tears up his clothes and says that they have heard the blasphemy, that’s why Jesus deserves death. The Jewish priests and elders started spit on Jesus and beat him with fists and be on the face. In the morning, the great priests convened a consultation with the elders and scribes, (only), then Jesus was tied up and took him and handed him over to Pilate. A similar procedure is described here with Mate. And although Pilate asks what Jesus did, but he did badly, they are screaming: Cross him! Therefore, the evangelist Marko wrote: Pilate wanted to please the people and release them to Barabbas, but Jesus scolded him and handed him over to crucify him (Mark 15:15). Then the soldiers’ recruiting and crucifixion are described.

About Jesus’ suffering in Luke’s Gospel

Even the evangelist Luke, like Mateus and Marko, describes how Jesus was captured by the kiss of his disciple Judas. To the great priests, to the chief of the temple guard, and to the elders who came up against Jesus, he said, “Like the bandits you came with swords and shields, but this is your watch and the power of darkness.” They were grabbed and taken to the court house of the great priest [7]. The men who had Jesus had been taken away were ridiculed and beaten, they hid their eyes and asked him to prophesy who had punched him; and many other cunning kings have spoken against him (cf. Lk 22, 39-64). So the Jews began with Jesus’ suffering! Then they rebelled in the morning again in front of the gathered (Jewish !!) elders of the people, the great priests and scribes, and demanded that they say if the Messiah is. After all this humiliation and torture, the crowd rose and led to Pilate. By the way: But why did Pilate deal with torture with / above Jesus, so that it might be said that he suffered under Pontius Pilate? This is certainly not the case, therefore it could be said that Jesus suffered under many Jewish priests, elders, and scribes, that is, under the Jewish government! Thus, we again discover the lies and insurrections that she has been working on and the church is still doing, when we, together with the Jews who washed our hands, that Jesus would not have suffered under them, are lying.

Well, now something happens that the previous two evangelists do not report. Pilate, who did not find any fault over Jesus, is aware that Jesus would have taunted people and taught them from Galilee to this day. He told the people: if Galilean is to go to Herod. But once again the sting is accomplished: Herod is very pleased with Jesus, because he has always wanted to see him, because he expected to do some miracle. But Jesus did not answer him; the great priests and scribes who stood by, Jesus was cruelly suing. Herod shamed him with his soldiers; he turned him in a white robe in a mockery, and sent him back to Pilate, which led Pilate and Herod to confront (cf. Lk 23: 1-12).

Pilate again said that he did not find any fault over Jesus in the things that sued him. He said he would give him a fight and then let him go, but the great priests, the elders, and the people cried out: “Go away! Let us go, Baraba. ” Pilate again addressed the great priests because he wanted to omit Jesus, but they continued to cry: “Crucify him! Crucify him! “And Pilate even addressed them for the third time:” What evil did he do? I did not find anything worthy of death on it. I’ll give him a fight and then let him go. ” They [8] still screamed at all and demanded that they cross him. Pilate had let go of the one who had been persecuted and killed in the prison and demanded; But Jesus gave them their will (cf. Lk 23:25). Well, then, as you prayed, pray and pray that Jesus suffered under Pontius Pilate … It seems that the cleansing of the Gospel texts was very wrong, because the Apostle Luke said very nicely: He gave His will to His will …

About Jesus’ suffering in the Gospel of John

And the report of the last evangelist Janez. When Jesus said this, he and his disciples went through the torrent Cedron. There was a garden there and he stepped into it, himself and his disciples. Even the betrayer of Judah knew of this place … Judah took away the company and servants [9] of the great priests and the Pharisees. But Jesus himself went to them and asked them whom they would look for. And only after the third question, the soldiers, commanders, and Jewish guards Jesus grabbed and tied up. They led him first to Hannah, who was the father-in-law of the great priest Caiaphas, who advised the Jews: “It is better for one man to die for the people.”

The high priest comes again. He certainly was not a Roman, but Jud, did not he? He asked Jesus through his disciples and his teachings. But Jesus normally answered that he had publicly spoken to the world and spoke to the Jews in the temple and synagogue. And he advises him to ask those who spoke to him. Yet, there was enough for one of the servants who had struck Jesus on the face and told him that this way Jesus can not answer the great priest. This is what Jesus sent to Hano the great priest Caiaphas. I again look at why they pray blaspheme: I suffered under Pontius Pilate!

From Caiaphas they lead Jesus to the courtroom to Pilate. He told them to take him and judge him according to his office, but they answered that they should not kill anyone. To be honest: they are talking about death! Then the dialogue between Pilate and Jesus is being developed, where Pilate tries to make him (the Jew) king, but Jesus tells him that Pilate thinks so and that Jesus is not a king. [10] Jesus tells him the famous words: “That’s why I was born and that’s why I came to the world to testify for the truth.”

And Pilate goes out again to the Jews and says that he does not find any cause for condemnation. And because it is customary to release someone for a night, he asks them to let Jesus go. But the Jews shouted: Not this, but the bastard, who was a robber. Then Pilate scourged Jesus, and soon afterwards he went out again to the Jews, and told them that he did not find any cause for condemnation on Jesus, and even said: Look at this man! But the Jews cried out: Crucify him, cross him! Not only are they demanding a cross, but they say to him: if you forgive Jesus, you are not a friend of the emperor. Whoever does the King is resisting the Emperor (cf. John 18: 1-16).


Thus, the four evangelists informed us that Jesus suffered under Judah and not under the Roman ruler Pontius Pilate, who, despite the fact that the Gospels were “always different,” translated, radhed and purified, and that we do not have their authentic text today, that Jesus did not under any circumstances suffer under Pontius Pilate, that is, under Roman rulers and Neede, but under Judas. Why does this so does the apostolic faith that the generations of believers and believers must learn, but if it is clear from the Gospel accounts that Jesus was tortured and killed by the Jews, especially since the Jews began to humiliate him, spit on him, and begin to carry out Jesus’ suffer and kill him, but not the then Roman rulers.

The whole course of Jesus’ suffering begins with the release of his disciple Judas, who brings “soldiers” who were gathered by the great priests, the elders of the people (in the words of John, these are the true ones: the Pharisees), that is, the Jewish property, I wanted to get rid of Jesus. Those who were even humiliated and oppressed by the great priests and the Pharisees came to find them, with swords and coals. They also begin to torture and humiliate Jesus, spit in his face, and make fun of him. The great priests of Judah and their helpers began to suffer over Jesus, not alone – for the blacksmith has a pliers so that they do not burn themselves – but with those crippled people who were given a nap, they were paid not only to the Son of man but to God Sinom.

But the terrible thing about this is that the Jews want to shake it, that this is a matter of the Roman leader and that the Jews do not care about us. And this mentality is accepted and the church continues throughout centuries, which, instead of looking at the Son of man in soul and face and being his witness, defies the role of Jesus, which was determined by the Jews (Israelites or Jebusites) and served them for centuries. And this path, which the Jews began, when they wanted to shake off the “sin” that they were guilty of the death of Jesus, which they began and thought to have hypocritically turned to the Romans, has been dragging on from those times when only Jesus lived all the way to nowadays. Jesus pointed to the Pharisees and great priests, the scribes, how doubly they are to the then and ultimately to the present-day people in the church, called Christians. [11] Believers or Christians, as you are called, should at that time resist and become true and irrelevant to Jesus’ witnesses, as he himself has set you, not the followers of the Jews who have killed God …

For the end, only this: it is sad that even in faith (confession) you make a lie. Jesus did not endure under Pontius Pilate, nor does it seem to be suffering even nowadays underneath that which lies beside the blasphemy, and you still pray blasphemously even in the faith and carry on falsehood forward


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