Source: Scroll of Yehoshu ‘Messiah
Reading: 7:19 T’om
Yehoshu ‘said: The kingdom is like a shepherd who had a hundred sheep, one of them, the largest, went astray. 20 He left the ninety-nine and went looking for her, until she finds it. 21 Once you have gone to such trouble, he said to the sheep: I care for you more than the ninety-nine. 22 Said Yehoshu ‘: who drinks from my mouth will become like me, and I myself shall become he, and the things that are hidden will be revealed to you. 23 Yehoshu ‘said: The kingdom is like a man who had a hidden treasure in his field without knowing; 24 after his death, left the field for his son, but the son did not know about the treasure, he inherited the field and sold . 25 The buyer went plowing and found the treasure, and began to lend money at interest to whomever he wanted. 26 Whoever finds the world and become rich, let him renounce the world. 27 Said Yehoshu ‘: Heaven and earth will bow before you, and who lives in Vivo not see death. 28 Yehoshu ‘did not say who to date, is superior to the world? 29 Said Yehoshu ‘; Woe to the flesh that depends on the life woe of life that depends on the flesh. 30 His disciples said to him: When will the kingdom come? 31 Said Yehoshu ‘, he will not come because it’s expected, is not a matter of saying: behold, he is here, or behold he is there; 32 indeed, the Father’s kingdom is spread throughout the earth and men do not see. 33 Kefah Shimon said to him: What Myriam leave us, for women are not worthy of life. 34 answered Yehoshu ‘: I myself shall lead her to make her male, so that she too may become a living spirit resembling you males. 35 For every woman who become male will enter the kingdom of heaven.
This parable of the sheep especially speaks of the ancient nation of Israel, because she had the promise to be the Almighty, a nation unique among all the nations of the earth: but Israel prevaricated and lost. Yehoshu ‘the verb came to restore it, but Israel rejected so Hill said: How often would I have gathered you, but you would not. Y’och .1:11 and Mat.23: 37.
The parable is prophetic of the treasures she speaks of the Good News that was started in Israel, but with the end of the existence of this nation, was received and preached the Gentiles.

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