Jesus always called gentiles "the dogs" and he refused to even speak with them

My Jewish friends, you may want to listen very carefully to God's own hand picked messenger, the very loyal fellow Jew named Jesus.

And maybe you should always remember that he routinely called the gentiles "the dogs". (Matthew 15:26)

And that he would not even preach or in anyway associate with them, even when they begged him to do it.

Jesus only had a few very reluctant and terse conversations with the gentiles recorded in the bible.

A couple of forced conversations that he could not get out of.

He liked talking to the gentiles like he liked having his teeth pulled.

It was the very last thing that he wanted to do.

And he strictly told all his 12 apostles to never preach or even to speak to gentiles.

5"These twelve Jesus sent out after instructing them: "Go nowhere among the Gentiles, and do not go into any town of the Samaritans 6but rather only go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel". (Matthew 10:5-6)

He was hardly a turncoat to the Jewish faith.

And his message was really a simple one. He was here simply to tell other Jews how to ask for and to easily obtain the Holy Spirit of God the Father Almighty and the eternal life that comes with doing that. Just like Abraham, Moses, Joshua, David, Elijah and the rest of the Jewish patriarchs all did. That is all. Nothing weird or more unusual than that. Eternal life was now available to the common man. If you claim it.

Somebody has conspired to keep you from really knowing what Jesus came for. He was here to teach you the simple methodology that you needed to know in order "to self initiate the receipt of the Holy Spirit" and to therefore receive the eternal life that comes with that. Simple simple stuff.

And the Torah says absolutely nothing about how to obtain eternal life for yourself. Nothing. There are only two possible places for you to go after you die, either to Heaven or to Hell, there is no third option. And you are required to have the Holy Spirit in order to be gifted with eternal life in Heaven.

Is receiving the Holy Spirit really all that important? This is what Moses said about receiving the Holy Spirit,

"Would that all the Lord's peoples were prophets, and that the Lord would put his Spirit upon all of them".
(Numbers 11:29)

Moses said that you needed the Holy Spirit, and eternal life is the bonus that comes with that. And the very loyal Jew Jesus simply helps you to easily obtain it. Your false understanding of Jesus and his mission as perhaps being here for the gentiles is the result of thousands of years of inaccurate "spin".

This is a hint for you from God the Father Almighty himself.

He did not come for them.


He came for you.




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