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What is Truth?  Many people in this world have unrighteously judged many things, and have gone out of their own ways to claim what they know not, but the times shall change, and people shall know of the truth in all things, concerning Christ Jesus the Lord.  It is given to my commandments to uphold this truth as it is written in Timothy 6: 13 I give thee charge in the sight of God, who quickeneth all things, and before Christ Jesus, who before Pontius Pilate witnessed a good confession; 14 That thou keep this commandment without spot, unrebukeable, until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ:


There was a man whose name is Nicodemus Pilate, who is a Pharisee and a ruler of the Jews, known as Pontius Pilate.  He came by night on Passover, as it is written in John 3:1, and saw both John the Baptist and Christ.  Nicodemus Pilate said that he knows that thou art a teacher come from God, for no man can do these miracles except God be with him.

John answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.

When Pilate questioned if he can enter a second time into his mother's womb.

The Son of God answered and said: Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.

 

Pilate asked many other questions and heard John who is known as Jesus, speaking and always referring to himself as the "Son of Man", and heard Christ speak of himself, saying he is the "Son of God".

Now as times have passed, when Christ anointed the eyes of the man which is born blind, this being John the Baptist, revealed in a mystery which shall be shown to you upon another, thus Christ took upon the form of John, who is called Jesus, becoming Christ Jesus.

When Christ Jesus was brought before Nicodemus Pilate, he knew that this was the Son of God because Pilate have met with Him before, and asked, as it is written in John 18: 33 Then Pilate entered into the judgment hall again, and called Jesus, and said unto him, Art thou the King of the Jews?


For we know that if Pilate was just a roman ruler, this question would have never been asked, for what purpose.

Pilate then asked, "Am I a Jew?" as written in John 18: 35 Pilate answered, Am I a Jew? For how many people have thought that Pilate was a roman, but herein are the truth, that Pilate is indeed a Jew, but not only a Jew, but a Pharisee as well, revealed in John 7: 50 Nicodemus saith unto them, (he that came to Jesus by night, being one of them,) 51 Doth our law judge any man, before it hear him, and know what he doeth?

Again, Pilate believed in his heart that this was the Son of God, being Christ Jesus, and asked again, as it is written in John 18: 37 Pilate therefore said unto him, Art thou a king then?

Again, we must understand that if Pilate was only a roman ruler, he would have not asked this question a second time, and even more so, that Pilate continued to ask Christ Jesus, in order to hear of the truth, if he is the "Son of God".

With his heart firmly believing that Christ Jesus is the Son of God, Pilate brought forth unto the people and declared that this is the "King of the Jews", as it is written in John 18: 39 But ye have a custom, that I should release unto you one at the Passover: will ye therefore that I release unto you the King of the Jews?


Once again, we must understand that any roman ruler who have pledged allegiance to Caesar at that time would not have declared this title as the "King of the Jews", for fear of treason, and even so, would not have caused the crowd to go into an uproar.

Once the crowd heard of that title, they all cried out that this was not the King of the Jews, but was the one who calls himself the "Jesus", known as John the Baptist, as it is translated upon the meaning of Barabbas meaning also as Jesus, as it is written in John 18: 40 Then cried they all again, saying, Not this man, but Barabbas. Now Barabbas was a robber.

 

When Pilate heard this, he took Christ Jesus to Herod, for he knew that if anyone can recognize if this was John the Baptist, Herod would know because Herod knew John the Baptist personally.

This is also confirmed in the Epistle of Pilate, where the letters from Herod to Pilate confirmed that Herod persecuted John and desired to blind his eyes again, but unknown was that instead they persecuted the Son of God, Christ Jesus.

Because Pilate was deceived by Herod, he took Christ Jesus to be scourged, in order to obtain a confession upon who he was.  And because no confession was made, Christ Jesus suffered the scourging and lashes as it is written in Isaiah 53: 5 But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.


In this, the soldiers mocked God, and platted a crown of thorns and put a purple robe over him, stained with blood throughout the robe, and Pilate brought Christ Jesus forward to the crowd and declared, "Behold the man!"  This title was given because Pilate now believed that this was the "Son of man", being John the Baptist.

And because Pilate still saw no fault even unto John the Baptist, finding no fault in him, but the chief priest and all cried out to crucify him.

Now when Nicodemus Pilate asked for a reason why he must be crucified, they said because he made himself the "Son of God", as it is written in John 19: 7 The Jews answered him, We have a law, and by our law he ought to die, because he made himself the Son of God.


For this reason, Pilate became the more afraid because he knew that John only calls himself the Son of Man, and only Christ would call himself the "Son of God", as he has witnessed when Nicodemus Pilate came by night and asked and heard both speaking.  It is because of this, that Pilate knew the difference who the Son of Man is, and the Son of God.

Pilate then brought Christ Jesus into the judgment hall and asked again, "Whence art thou?", as it is written in John 19: 9 And went again into the judgment hall, and saith unto Jesus, Whence art thou? But Jesus gave him no answer. Still no confession nor answer, Pilate believed without any doubt that this was the Son of God, and upon his heart, Pilate desired and sought to release Christ Jesus.

Only when Pilate had no doubt upon Christ Jesus, that the confession was made unto Pilate as it is also now unto you, that only when you have believed without any doubt that Christ Jesus is the Son of God, then so you shall be revealed of the truth unto all things.

 

That upon this, when Pilate believed the truth as revealed of Christ Jesus, to command Pilate to do the things that are necessary in order that scriptures be fulfilled. So that no scriptures is broken, so that many people will believe, even upon the name of Jesus Christ, in order that many will be saved by the grace of God, through faith.  For if the scriptures was broken, and this truth was revealed that the messiah would not be born of a virgin, then scriptures would have been broken and none would have believed, in order that they might be saved.

Because scriptures need to be fulfilled, Pilate adorned upon Christ Jesus a new robe made without seam from top to bottom.  This robe was a robe of royalty, and would be Pilate's own robe, and brought forth  Christ Jesus before the crowd, so that when they saw the robe, and Pilate declaring the ultimate tile, saying "Behold your King!"  For now, it is no longer "King of the Jews", or "Behold the man!", but now, saying that this is the King of all kings, Lord of all lords.

This caused the crowd to grow in hatred even the more so and desired to crucify Christ Jesus, whom they thought was John the Baptist, known as Jesus.

And so that scriptures can be fulfilled, Nicodemus Pilate ordered that Christ Jesus be crucified in Golgotha, being a place of the skull, and to have two thieves be crucified on both sides of Christ Jesus, so that scriptures can be fulfilled as written in Isaiah 53: 12 Therefore will I divide him a portion with the great, and he shall divide the spoil with the strong; because he hath poured out his soul unto death: and he was numbered with the transgressors; and he bare the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors.


For you must realize that in Jerusalem during that time, there were many thieves, for many were poor, and upon this, thieves were not considered to be put to crucifixion and was only thrown in jail to fill out their time, and crucifixion was only reserved for the lawless. 

Now when Christ Jesus was crucified, the soldiers who saw the coat made without seam, being of great value, that they parted his garments and cast lots for his raiment, because Nicodemus Pilate placed his coat upon Christ Jesus, for this was not the same purple robe that was once put on by the soldiers, for if it was so, then the soldiers would not need to be casting lots for the same coat, if it was stained with blood by Him, being just scourged.

And because Christ Jesus was born of water and spirit, being born of God, and upon the drinking of the vinegar dipped in hyssop, His water became blood and his spirit became flesh, and thus Christ Jesus gave up the ghost.  This is further revealed upon the letter concerning creation.

When the Pharisees saw that Passover was coming at high noon and requested Nicodemus Pilate to break their legs, but so that scriptures can be fulfilled, Nicodemus Pilate ordered the soldiers to only break the legs of the first thief, then skip Christ Jesus, and then break the legs of the third thief, then to come back to Christ Jesus, but to only to pierce upon His side, so that scriptures can be fulfilled.

Because no normal soldier would have gone to the extra length to skip the one crucified in the middle, but they would break the legs one after another and be done with, but this here was commanded by Pontius Pilate so that scriptures can be fulfilled.

And because Christ Jesus was born of water and of spirit, when pierced, forthwith came both blood and water.

When Christ Jesus body was taken down, He was placed in a tomb that no man was ever laid, and this tomb, being also in the midst of a garden.  This tomb belonged to Nicodemus Pilate, for only a rich and powerful man, a ruler, could only sustain a garden with only one tomb in the midst of it, and to have the garden looked after, for water was scarce in those days.

And when Christ Jesus body was laid in the tomb, Nicodemus Pilate came and brought forth myrrh and aloe, as it is written in John 19: 39 And there came also Nicodemus, which at the first came to Jesus by night, and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about an hundred pound weight. 

  
Grace be with you all from Christ Jesus our Lord.