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In this study I share with you what I extensively researched and studied to be the Bible's hidden and forgotten truths, in both the Old Testament and the New Testament, and what is the true relation and connection between Judaism, Christianity and Islam. You will be able to see how these true solid facts are the missing pieces that solve the puzzle of beliefs, which affects all of us in one way or another everyday of our lives, and provide answers to questions many of us ask or wonder about often.

THE QUR'AN 2, VERSE 136
Say ye: "We believe in God, and the revelation given to us, and to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and that given to Moses and Jesus, and that given to (all) prophets from their Lord: We make no difference between one and another of them: And we bow to God (in submission)."
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- Jesus Christ's Word
- The Search for Jesus
- Beating the World
- The Crucifixion Event
- The Job was Sent to Do
- Jesus' Belief and Trust in his God
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- Believing in Jesus
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- Is Today's Bible Authentic or Perverted?
- That Prophet
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- Islam in the Bible, its Foundation and Belief
- Islam the Religion
- Judging and Practicing Islam
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THE CRUCIFIXION'S FACTS AND MYTH

Jesus' (Ppuh) Belief and Trust in his God

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Jesus Christ (Ppuh) told the world with all confidence, trust and belief that his God did not leave him alone, because Jesus (Ppuh) kept God's commandments and always did what pleased God.

ST. JOHN 8, VERSE 29
And he that sent me is with me: the Father hath not left me alone; for I do always those things that please him.

God would only leave Jesus (Ppuh) if Jesus (Ppuh) stopped keeping God's commandments and stopped doing what pleased his God.

If the crucifixion was part of the Job Jesus (Ppuh) was sent to do, and the most important besides being the hardest part of his job, then obviously God would stay with Jesus (Ppuh), step by step; and of course Jesus (Ppuh) would still be confident, sure and remain strong believer that God was still with him as God promised, and as Jesus (Ppuh) told the world many times.

ST. JOHN 16, VERSES 32 & 33
32 Behold, the hour cometh, yea, is now come, that ye shall be scattered, every man to his own, and shall leave me alone: and yet I am not alone, because the Father is with me. 33 These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

In the above verses, Jesus (Ppuh) once again, just before the hour to come (him being lifted up to heaven, and the world arresting and crucifying someone else thinking he was Jesus) told his disciples that God was with him, and as a result the disciples should be in peace. Jesus (Ppuh) warned them of the hard test they would be facing (the arrest and crucifixion of the person who the world was going to think is Jesus), but assured them he would overcome the world (he would be already up in heaven saved and glorified).

The words of Jesus (Ppuh) are very clear, he has all the confidence, belief and trust that God is with him. But what did the person who was crucified screamed out loud while he was on the cross? Did that person scream out what Jesus (Ppuh) taught us all along? Did he scream out loud that God didn't leave him alone, that God was still with him and that he would overcome the world no matter what?

No he didn't! Instead this is what that person said:

ST. MATTHEW 27, VERSE 46
And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? That is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?

If that was the truthful Jesus Christ (Ppuh) whom God sent, supported and didn't leave alone, Jesus (Ppuh) would not have given up on God and spoke the opposite of what he taught his disciples all along. What Jesus (Ppuh) taught all along, Jesus (Ppuh) did not speak form himself, but only from what God taught him, he taught us.

The person that was crucified wasn't Jesus Christ (Ppuh); he was a disbeliever, that's why God left him, that's why he screamed out those ugly words that only could come out of a disbeliever's mouth and heart.

Jesus Christ (Ppuh) was never arrested and was never crucified. Jesus Christ's (Ppuh) work and message was accomplished to the fullest as commanded by God, and then he was glorified by God, saved and lifted up to heaven beating the world as he truthfully told his disciples and beforehand the Jews.

If Jesus (Ppuh) authentically did tell his disciples (and we know he didn't) about him being crucified and then rising from the dead, then what the disciples witnessed of the arrest, crucifixion and the death of Jesus (Ppuh) were all anticipated events, in which they believed and which were supported by what Jesus (Ppuh) told them. It follows therefore; the disciples being informed that Jesus (Ppuh) rising from the dead and being seen after the crucifixion would be considered as the news they were waiting for, and such news would be very easy for them to believe, yet it would excite them and strengthen their belief.

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Author's Notes:
God did not leave Jesus (Ppuh).