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ST. JOHN 7, VERSES 19 & 25
19 Did not Moses give you the law, and yet none of you
keepeth the law? Why go ye about to kill me?
25 Then said some of them of Jerusalem, Is not this he,
whom they seek to kill?
If Jesus (Ppuh) was to be arrested at that time, the Jews would
have killed him. Therefore, Jesus (Ppuh) would not be with them
yet a little longer, before he went to God, since it was
known, to Jesus (Ppuh) and to the people of Jerusalem that the
Jews were seeking to kill him. Moreover, if Jesus (Ppuh) was to be
arrested at that time, the Jews would stop seeking him. Yet
Jesus (Ppuh) said the Jews would be seeking him still during the
little while and after he went up to heaven. Consequently,
during the time Jesus (Ppuh) was yet with them for a little while,
Jesus (Ppuh) was not arrested.
Was Jesus (Ppuh) arrested when that time "the little while"
ended, or was he saved and lifted up to heaven and
never was arrested?
ST. JOHN 7, VERSE 33
Then said Jesus unto them, Yet a little while am I with you,
and then I go unto him that sent me.
Jesus Christ (Ppuh) said, when 'the little while I am with you' ends
I would go up to God that sent me. Which meant that
when that time ends 'and then he goes unto him', there
was no period between these two events in which anything
was to take place.
Jesus (Ppuh) did not say when 'a little while' ended he would be
arrested. What he said was, when that time ends, he would
go and they would still be searching for him wanting to
arrest him. But he would not be found and could not be
followed. The Jews would fail to find him, follow him and
to arrest him then, and would never do. That's what Jesus (Ppuh)
Let us read what Jesus (Ppuh) said once more.
ST. JOHN 7, VERSES 33 & 34
33 Then said Jesus unto them, Yet a little while am I with
you, and then I go unto him that sent me. 34 Ye shall seek
me, and shall not find me: and where I am, thither ye
Jesus (Ppuh) told the Jews he will never be arrested, he will not
be arrested now because he would still be with them for
a little while longer, and he would not be arrested then
because he would not be found and could not be followed.
He said he would be gone up to heaven to God who sent
him before and without ever being arrested, while they
would still be seeking him trying to arrest him at that time,
as they were now.
If Jesus Christ (Ppuh) was arrested after being 'a little while with
them', then that would mean the Jews were able to find him
and were able to go to where he is, which then means Jesus (Ppuh)
did not go to God but instead went to jail, and that would
have been the complete opposite of what he truthfully said.
Jesus (Ppuh) didn't speak his ideas, but what he heard from God,
and what he said to the Jews is what God told him to say.
This being said by Jesus (Ppuh) proves to us that Jesus (Ppuh) was lifted
up to heaven without ever being arrested.
Jesus Christ (Ppuh) was never arrested and so never was crucified!
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When Jesus (Ppuh) told the Jews they will not catch him "then", they will not catch him "later", and they will seek him but not find him, because he will already be gone out of this word, lifted and saved by God who sent him, Jesus (Ppuh) was telling them the promise God taught and promised him, and God never breaks His promise.