came as the Messiah
[this is not his real name -- his birth name most probably was
Esa ("E" as in
"Emmanuel," "S" as in "Sample" and "A" as in "Anointed").
rest of the book we use this name as his name. For more detail, read
The Glossary under "Jesus."].
<5>He came to bring salvation to the reach of the masses. His
new teaching was, besides other things, to show how
sacrifice (not being self-centered) is necessary for
Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth
and to warn the
that God will take the
Kingdom from them and give it to another nation. <6>He also
Israel (people) together as prophesied by Jacob (read
Children of Abram
(Abraham), All Prophecies Are Fulfilled).
<7>With all the revisions that have been made
Bible, a summary of the real teaching of
Christ, which was given directly to his disciples (not to the
multitudes) can be found in chapters 5 and 6 of Matthew. Also
chapter 7 is important in his teachings, and was given both to the
multitudes and his disciples.
<8>In chapter 5, verses 1 to 10 describe
humans in different levels of progress. From verse 10 to the end,
the teaching is how those who want to follow the truth should
endure, be true, and set an example by their actions, until they
become perfect as the
Father and radiate His Truth through themselves.
<9>Chapter 6 is a continuation of chapter 5. It also contains the prayer and instructions to his disciples of how
they should become detached from this external world if they want to
be(come) an instrument to do His Will and work.
<10>Chapter 7 is given to the multitudes and
his disciples. The teachings in this chapter are: "Do not judge,"
"Do unto others as you expect others to do unto you," "Seek the
truth and it will be revealed to you," and others.
<11>The rest of the chapter describes that
only those who do whatever he teaches can have hope to enter the
Heaven, not those who
talk and do not do.
<12>Only chapter 5 is described below. A
commentary on the first 23 chapters of Matthew has also been
revealed in the book,
Commentaries on St.
Matthew (Chapters 1-23).