Saturday, September 19, 2015

"I spake to thy disciples" - Great Migration to Germany

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Great Migration to Germany

It is honestly unclear where and how Christ Jesus was living, working, travelling, or learning before He emerged on the Jordan liver to join the baptism by John.

It is also honestly very unclear where and how Christ Jesus was living, working, travelling, or teaching after He left the tomb after the crucifixion and the subsequent resurrection.

We can only see, though partially, how Christ Jesus preached in the days depicted in the Gospels.  In those days, probably in a few years, He did not travel outside the region between Galilee and Jerusalem, though infant Jesus was said to have traveled to Egypt with His parents for a year or so.

We should be more concerned about where Christ Jesus headed for after the resurrection, though it seems that Christ Jesus had been in wilderness before start of His mission to Judaists.  Where did He go, though you may believe that He ascended to Heaven with His physical body?  Where did He go with His physical body on the earth?

He must have moved to Damascus or Syria as Paul met Him, though in the shape of bright light, according to a holy book.  He probably moved to Asia Minor (presently Turkey).  From there Christ Jesus probably moved to Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Hungary, Austria, and finally Germany!

Like Judaists after the fall of Jerusalem in the fist century and Muslims today fleeing Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc., Christ Jesus must have moved from Palestine to Germany.  

Germany is the very important place as the great death of six million Judaists occurred around Germany in and before WWII.  Germany is also important as the main terrorists engaged in the 9/11 Terror of 2001 were Muslim students learning in Germany.  And, Germany or regions along the Rhine river was the final destination of Judaists who had left Palestine after the fall of Jerusalem in the first century and moved through Rome and North Italy.  Today hundreds of thousands of Muslim refugees and immigrants are heading for Germany and other North European countries.

So, it must not be a big mistake to suppose that Christ Jesus traveled to Germany after His resurrection.

But for what purpose did Christ Jesus go to Germany 2000 years ago?

Probably He decided to go to Germany or the region then called Germania, the east of the Rhine river, for a specific purpose.  Christ Jesus must have helped Germanic people living there keep independence from the Roman Empire, though the west of the Rhine river was conquered by Romans before and in the first century.

Whatever the true intention Christ Jesus had at the time, His protection of Germania, especially Magna Germania, around Jutland (presently Denmark), led to survival of Anglorums and Saxons who later immigrated to Great Britain.  Then much later they became the major people who immigrated to North America.  Put simply, as Magna Germania had been protected from the Roman Empire by Christ Jesus 2000 years ago, the Anglo-Saxon culture, including English, can be today prevailing in the world.

Indeed what God has done looks so strange to the eyes of us.

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Mar 9:18 And wheresoever he taketh him, he teareth him: and he foameth, and gnasheth with his teeth, and pineth away: and I spake to thy disciples that they should cast him out; and they could not.
Mar 9:19 He answereth him, and saith, O faithless generation, how long shall I be with you? how long shall I suffer you? bring him unto me.