Here I am talking about the plan of salvation that originated in the western part of the messianic territories, that is, west of the Indus.
We will therefore discuss Christianity and its origin.
The truth ─ or salvation if you prefer ─ was partly expressed west of the Indus by the intervention of Jesus of Nazareth two thousand years ago.
It was as a result of his intervention that Christianity appeared through its early church, of which Peter was the pillar. (Matthew 16:18)

This good news was announced by the apostles, first to the Jews, and then through Paul to the pagan nations.
The unbelievers called him Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph (Luke 4:22), but on the other hand the awakened recognized him as the Son of God.
Jesus is the cornerstone of Christianity. (Acts of the Apostles 4:11)
Christianity is a method of teaching the divine word in a world completely drowned in lies and has been concocted with ingredients (metaphors, images, parables) specially designed for the Jewish people first and updated, through Paul, for the pagan nations later.
Different terms had to be used depending on the people to whom the apostles or disciples were to teach.
Following the intervention of Jesus and his Church, Christianity spread like a powder trail throughout the world as a witness to the truth. (Mark 13:10)

This is the truth expressed in a form for peoples who identify with certain types of parables, images, metaphors.
The coming of Jesus and the foundation of Christianity were part of God's plan for the gathering of the elect.
Indeed, Jesus had to become aware of the plan by examining the Scriptures and identifying himself with its archetype, that is, the character of Joshua, who came in the sixth century BC.
The names of Jesus and Joshua mean the same thing, that is, "God save".
In the sixth century BC, Joshua, the high priest, and Zerubbabel, governor of Judah, were the two leading figures (High Priest and Davidic Prince) in the caravan of returnees leaving Babel for Jerusalem (see the writings of the prophet Haggai).
The Jewish people having been imprisoned and enslaved for several years by the Babylonians, Joshua and Zorobabel are the two heroes and sources of hope for salvation.


The two types of characters represent a very complex plan of salvation developed by the Lord, the Almighty.
This plan was developed so that we would understand what will happen today.
The history of the returnees is important, because it reflects what is happening today, but for us it is on a larger scale, because the chosen ones are scattered in the four winds (throughout the world) and repatriation (Mark 13:27) ─ unlike the sixth century BC ─ is in SPIRIT and truth. (John 4:23-24)
That is, understanding the Word of Jesus can save you, no matter where you are, and it is the only way to be saved and take place in the Kingdom of Heaven.
Today's Babel is the world, for the world lies in the power of the Evil One said John (1 John 5:19) and the chosen ones are those who ─ in agony ─ cry to their Father in the hope that their spirit will be freed from the bonds connecting them to this perverted world.
In the sixth century BC, when the Jewish people returned from Babel to Jerusalem, they were finally free.
Joshua and Zerubbabel, with the people, set to work for the reconstruction of the Temple of God. (Haggai 1,14)
Today it is the same, the chosen ones must borrow the heavenly caravan leading to the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:1-2) ─ where there is no cry or pain ─.


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