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Por qu Jess muri en una cruz / Why Jesus died on a cross

Shalom javerim, hace tiempo no escribo, pero he estado preparando una serie de
materiales que espero sean de bendicin para su vida. Se acerca Pesaj y
comienzan a surgir preguntas en muchos e ustedes, por ejemplo, hace unos das
me preguntaron por qu Yeshua muri en una cruz?, hoy con ayuda del Eterno
vamos a dar respuesta.
Shalom javerim, while not write, but I've been preparing a series of materials
that I hope to be a blessing for your life. Pesach is coming and begin to raise
questions in many of you, for example, a few days ago asked me why Yeshua
died on a cross?, Today with the help of the Lord I will give answer.
Como es sabido por todos el Bri't Hadashah o Kitve Talmidim Rishonim /Nuevo
Pacto, Escritos de los primeros discpulos, Pacto Renovado o Nuevo Testamento,
se escribi durante un perodo de ms de cien aos a partir de la crucifixin de
Yeshua. Entre sus escritores encontramos israelitas, inmigrantes, visitantes,
estudiantes forneos, como es el caso del Rab Shaul/Apstol Pablo originario de
Tarso, pero judo de nacimiento y quien ms adelante se traslad a Jerusaln
para estudiar en la escuela de Gamaliel. Otros que llegaron fueron mdicos
como Lucas. Como podemos observar, es una biblioteca de libros multicultural
y que al pasar de los aos constatamos cada vez ms que fue inspirada por el
Ruach HaKodesh/Espritu Santo.
As is known, the Bri't Hadashah or Kitve Talmidim Rishonim / New Covenant.
Writings of the early disciples, Renewed Covenant or New Testament were
written over a period of more than a hundred years after the crucifixion of
Yeshua. Among its writers find Israelites, immigrants, visitors, foreign students,
such as Rabbi Shaul / Paul Apostle native of Tarsus, but Jewish by birth and
who later moved to Jerusalem to study in the school of Gamaliel. Others who
came were doctors as Lucas. As you can see, are a multicultural library books
and that over the years we find more and more that was inspired by the Ruach
HaKodesh / Holy Spirit.
De acuerdo al relato bblico, la culminacin del mensaje de Yeshua/Jess alcanza
su clmax con la ltima cena, la crucifixin y su resurreccin. Hoy slo nos
centraremos en su crucifixin.
According to the biblical account, the culmination of the message of Yeshua /
Jesus reaches its climax with the last supper, the crucifixion and resurrection.
Today we only focus on the crucifixin.
Ahora bien, Por qu Yeshua muri en una cruz?, para ello recurramos al Tanaj/
Antiguo Testamento, que de acuerdo a la tradicin juda se subdivide en la
Torah/Petateuco, Neviim/Profetas y Ktuvim/Escritos, as como a escritos como
el Talmud.
Now, why Yeshua died on a cross?, To respond see that tells us the Tanakh /
mistranslated Old Testament because it actually means instruction, which
according to Jewish tradition is divided into the Torah / Petateuco, Neviim /
prophets and K'tuvim / writings, and writings as the Talmud.
Veamos que nos dicen los Neviim acerca de la crucifixin y sobre su
cumplimiento en la vida de Yeshua.
Let us see the Neviim we say about the crucifixion and its fulfillment in the life
of Yeshua.
-Yeshua haba de morir en Yeshayahu/Isaas 53:12
Yeshua had to die in Yeshayahu / Isaiah 53:12
12. Por tanto, yo le dar parte con los grandes, y con los fuertes repartir
despojos; por cuanto derram su vida hasta la muerte, y fue contado con los
pecadores, habiendo l llevado el pecado de muchos, y orado por los
transgresores.
Cumplimiento Mattityahu /Mateo 27:38
Compliance Mattityahu / Matthew 27:38
38. Entonces crucificaron con l a dos ladrones, uno a la derecha, y otro a la
izquierda.
-Sus manos, pies y Su costado seran perforados. Zejaria/Zacaras 12:10
His hands, feets and His side were drilled. Zecharia / Zechariah 12:10
10. Y derramar sobre la casa de David, y sobre los moradores de Jerusaln,
espritu de gracia y de oracin; y mirarn a m, a quien traspasaron, y llorarn
como se llora por hijo unignito, afligindose por l como quien se aflige por el
primognito.
Tambin podemos mencionar el Tehilim/Salmo 22, es exclusivamente mesinico,
pues podemos ver que sus experiencias descritas son superiores a las de David y
slo pueden aplicarse a Mashiaj Yeshua.
We can also mention the Tehillim / Psalm 22 is exclusively messianic, as we can
see that their experiences described are superior to those of David and can only
be applied to Messiah Yeshua.
Cumplimiento Ioxanan/Juan 19:34 y 37
Compliance Yochanan / John 19:34 and 37
34. Pero uno de los soldados le abri el costado con una lanza, y al instante sali
sangre y agua.

37. Y tambin otra Escritura dice: Mirarn al que traspasaron.
-Ninguno de sus huesos ser quebrantado Tehilim 34:20
-None of his bones shall be broken Tehillim 34:20
20. El guarda todos sus huesos;
Ni uno de ellos ser quebrantado.
Cumplimiento Ioxanan/Juan 19:32-37
Compliance Yochanan / John 19:32-37
32. Vinieron, pues, los soldados, y quebraron las piernas al primero, y asimismo al
otro que haba sido crucificado con l.
33. Mas cuando llegaron a Jess, como le vieron ya muerto, no le quebraron las
piernas.
34. Pero uno de los soldados le abri el costado con una lanza, y al instante sali
sangre y agua.
35. Y el que lo vio da testimonio, y su testimonio es verdadero; y l sabe que dice
verdad, para que vosotros tambin creis.
36. Porque estas cosas sucedieron para que se cumpliese la Escritura: No ser
quebrado hueso suyo.
37. Y tambin otra Escritura dice: Mirarn al que traspasaron.

Al respecto el Talmud, el cual est compuesto por escritos rabnicos que datan
de los siglos III, IV y V, habla (aunque comprensivamente mal) en su contenido
ms antiguo acerca de Yeshua, mencionndolo por su nombre. Veamos

In this regard the Talmud, which is composed of rabbinic writings dating from
the III, IV and V centuries speech (although understandably badly) in its oldest
content about Yeshua, mentioning it by name. Let's see ...


Una de estas narraciones interesantes que tienen que ver Yeshua y que
menciona incluso su crucifixin, la encontramos en el Talmud, el babilnico,
tratado Sanedrn, pgina 43a. En donde se relata cmo un criminal deba ser
ejecutado.

One of these interesting stories pertaining to Yeshua and even mentions his
crucifixion, is found in the Talmud, the Babylonian, treatise Sanhedrin, page 43a.
In which is related how a criminal should be executed.

Ms adelante el relato talmdico continua con la discusin y menciona la
manifestacin de la Mishna y el heraldo lo preside, etc. El heraldo precede al
convicto clamando: Fulano ha cometido tal y tal crimen y esto es lo que el
Talmud dice acerca de esto y lo que Gemar dice acerca de esto. Esto aplica slo
inmediatamente antes (de la ejecucin). En contradiccin a esto, fue enseado
que al anochecer de Pesaj Yeshua fue colgado.

Later Talmudic text continues the discussion and describe the manifestation of
the Mishna and the herald presides, etc.. The herald precedes convicted crying,
he has committed such and such a crime and this is what the Talmud says about
it and what it says about this Gemara. This applies only immediately before (the
execution). In contradiction to this, he was taught that the evening of Passover
Yeshua was hanged.

El Talmud dice normalmente, cuando una persona es ejecutada, el heraldo sale y
proclama su crimen y quienes son los testigos, el lugar y la hora de la ejecucin
antes de que sta ocurra. Sin embargo, Yeshua es una excepcin de acuerdo con
este relato del Talmud. El relato talmdico es polmico, pues confirma el hecho
histrico y la existencia de Mashiaj Yeshua, pues es una fuente de informacin
rabnica, una fuente juda que admite la existencia de Yeshua.

The Talmud says usually when a person is executed, the herald comes out and
proclaims his crime and who are the witnesses, the location and time of
execution before it occurs. However, Yeshua is an exception according to the
text of the Talmud. The Talmudic text is controversial, because it confirms the
historical fact and the existence of Messiah Yeshuabecause the Talmud is a
Rabbinic source information, a Jewish source that supports the existence of
Yeshua.

Finalmente y como capsula cultural, al analizar este mandamiento/mitzvah de
condenatoria de pena de muerte de un Yisrael o extranjero (dentro de sus
tiendas), teniendo que ser ejecutado en consecuencia "colgado en un rbol"
(Dvarim/Deuteronomio 21:22), pasajes como Bemidbar/Nmeros 25:4; Yahosha
/Josu 8:29 y Shemuel Bet /2 Samuel 21:9 son evidencia de la ejecucin de tal
sentencia de muerte.

Finally and as a cultural capsule, when analyzing this command / mitzvah death
penalty conviction of a Yisraeli or abroad (in-store) and had to be executed
accordingly "hanging on a tree" (Devarim / Deuteronomy 21:22) , passages like
Bamidbar / Numbers 25:4; Yeshua / Joshua 8:29 and Shemu'el Bet / 2 Samuel 21:9
are evidence of the execution of such sentence of death.

Con el pasar de los aos comenz a aplicarse en un solo madero vertical de
empalizada y en otros casos de fortificacin para hacerla ms dolorosa, ya que
al colgarlo guindado por su muecas (en vez de su cuello), que eran
amarradas sobre su cabeza, devena en consecuencia con el pasar de las horas la
asfixia mecnica como producto de que todo el peso de cuerpo recaa sobre las
coyunturas de la caja torxica produciendo en consecuencia la
sofocacin lentamente.

With the passing of the years began to be applied in a single vertical stake
palisade and in other cases fortification to make it more painful, since the hang
Guindado his wrists (instead of your neck), who were tied over her head,
devena accordingly with the passing of the hours mechanical asphyxia as a
result of the whole body weight rested on the joints of the rib cage thereby
producing suffocation slowly.

La "evolucin" del rbol o madero implementada por los hebreos y otros
pueblos antiguos fue "optimizada" por los griegos y romanos en el
llamado stauros, al que para prolongar la agona, le colocaron un madero
horizontal llamado patibulum, del cual se sujetaran los brazos, amarrados del
por el antebrazo y clavados a este, por en medio del centro de las terminaciones
nerviosas de las manos, lo que produca ms dolor antes de que la muerte se
consumara por asfixia mecnica. Adems los pies eran sujetos y clavados por
sus talones, a fin de que este pudiera mientras que tuviera fuerzas soportar el
peso de su cuerpo sobre sus pies y piernas, aliviando temporalmente la presin
de sofocacin, hasta que por debilitamiento y desgarramiento muscular de las
extremidades devena la muerte como consecuencia de la presin del peso
corporal.

The "evolution" of the tree or tree implemented by the Hebrews and other
ancient peoples was "optimized" by the Greeks and Romans in the so-called
stauros, which prolong the agony, they placed a horizontal beam called
patibulum, which would be subject the arms, tied the forearm and stuck to it, in
the midst of central nerve endings of the hands, which produced more pain
before death was consummated by mechanical asphyxia. Also the feet were
nailed by their subjects and heels, so that this could while I had the strength to
bear the weight of your body on your feet and legs, temporarily relieving the
pressure of suffocation, until muscle weakening and tearing of limbs death came
as a result of the pressure of body weight.

De esta manera concluimos que la "cruz" no es sino el "madero" en el que se
agrava el dolor en la consecucin de su fin que es la tortura hasta la muerte.

In this way we conclude that the "cross" we is but the "tree" where the pain is
worse in the pursuit of an end that is torture to death.

As, Yeshua Ha Mashiajh siendo sin pecado fue colgado y clavado en un
madero, por cuanto l se dio as mismo, aun teniendo poder para dar y retomar
su vida de entre los muertos (Ioxanan 10:17), a fin de ocupar el puesto que
nosotros merecamos como trasgresores de las mitzvot.

So, Yeshua Ha Mashiajh being sinless was hanged and impaled, because he gave
himself, while having the power to give and take your life back from the dead
(Ioxanan 10:17), taking the place we deserved as transgressors of the mitzvot.

Mashiaj Yeshua nos vino a recordar que el amor est sobre todo mandamiento,
que cuando Le amamos con un corazn sincero, obedecemos Su palabra
(Ioxanan 14:15 y 24) esto automticamente nos coloca en una posicin de amar a
nuestro prjimo (Vayikr/Levtico 19:18 y Mattityahu 22:39) pues el amor de
Yeshua ha sido derramado en nuestros corazones (Romanos 5:5).

Messiah Yeshua came to remind us that love is above every commandment, that
when we love Him with a sincere heart, obey His word (Ioxanan 14:15 and 24) it
automatically puts us in a position to love your neighbor (Vayikra / Leviticus
19:18. y. Mattityahu 22:39) ... because the love of Yeshua has been poured into
our hearts (Romans 5:5).

Amado hermano, espero haber respondido satisfactoriamente a tu pregunta

Dear brother, I hope I have successfully answered your question


Bibliografa

La Biblia
Caldern Flores O. (-) Reunificacin de las dos casas. [En lnea]
http://www.jadeshyameinuyeshua.com/casadeisrael.htm
Eri. (2011) Yeshua Murio en un cruz o en un madero. [En lnea]
http://ichsint.blogspot.mx/2011/08/yeshua-murio-en-una-cruz-o-en-un-
madero.html
La ltima semana en Jerusaln [en lnea]
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Nq5hxvI2xf0J:www.i
mninalu.net/puebloelegido6.htm+&cd=8&hl=es&ct=clnk&gl=mx
Talmud babilnico [En lnea] http://www.wdl.org/es/item/8910/



















Why Jesus died on a cross
Shalom javerim, while not write, but I've been preparing a series of materials
that I hope to be a blessing for your life. Pesach is coming and begin to raise
questions in many of you, for example, a few days ago asked me why Yeshua
died on a cross?, Today with the help of the Lord I will give answer.
As is known, the Bri't Hadashah or Kitve Talmidim Rishonim / New Covenant.
Writings of the early disciples, Renewed Covenant or New Testament were
written over a period of more than a hundred years after the crucifixion of
Yeshua. Among its writers find Israelites, immigrants, visitors, foreign students,
such as Rabbi Shaul / Paul Apostle native of Tarsus, but Jewish by birth and
who later moved to Jerusalem to study in the school of Gamaliel. Others who
came were doctors as Lucas. As you can see, are a multicultural library books
and that over the years we find more and more that was inspired by the Ruach
HaKodesh / Holy Spirit.
According to the biblical account, the culmination of the message of Yeshua /
Jesus reaches its climax with the last supper, the crucifixion and resurrection.
Today we only focus on the crucifixin.
Now, why Yeshua died on a cross?, To respond see that tells us the Tanakh /
mistranslated Old Testament because it actually means instruction, which
according to Jewish tradition is divided into the Torah / Petateuco, Neviim /
prophets and K'tuvim / writings, and writings as the Talmud.
Let us see the Neviim we say about the crucifixion and its fulfillment in the life
of Yeshua.
Yeshua had to die in Yeshayahu / Isaiah 53:12. Compliance Mattityahu /
Matthew 27:38
His hands, feets and His side were drilled. Zecharia / Zechariah 12:10. We can
also mention the Tehillim / Psalm 22 is exclusively messianic, as we can see that
their experiences described are superior to those of David and can only be
applied to Messiah Yeshua. Compliance Yochanan / John 19:34 and 37
-None of his bones shall be broken Tehillim 34:20. Compliance Yochanan / John
19:32-37
In this regard the Talmud, which is composed of rabbinic writings dating from
the III, IV and V centuries speech (although understandably badly) in its oldest
content about Yeshua, mentioning it by name. Let's see ...

One of these interesting stories pertaining to Yeshua and even mentions his
crucifixion, is found in the Talmud, the Babylonian, treatise Sanhedrin, page 43a.
In which is related how a criminal should be executed.

Later Talmudic text continues the discussion and describe the manifestation of
the Mishna and the herald presides, etc.. The herald precedes convicted crying,
he has committed such and such a crime and this is what the Talmud says about
it and what it says about this Gemara. This applies only immediately before (the
execution). In contradiction to this, he was taught that the evening of Passover
Yeshua was hanged.

The Talmud says usually when a person is executed, the herald comes out and
proclaims his crime and who are the witnesses, the location and time of
execution before it occurs. However, Yeshua is an exception according to the
text of the Talmud. The Talmudic text is controversial, because it confirms the
historical fact and the existence of Messiah Yeshuabecause the Talmud is a
Rabbinic source information, a Jewish source that supports the existence of
Yeshua.

Finally and as a cultural capsule, when analyzing this command / mitzvah death
penalty conviction of a Yisraeli or abroad (in-store) and had to be executed
accordingly "hanging on a tree" (Devarim / Deuteronomy 21:22) , passages like
Bamidbar / Numbers 25:4; Yeshua / Joshua 8:29 and Shemu'el Bet / 2 Samuel 21:9
are evidence of the execution of such sentence of death.

With the passing of the years began to be applied in a single vertical stake
palisade and in other cases fortification to make it more painful, since the hang
Guindado his wrists (instead of your neck), who were tied over her head,
devena accordingly with the passing of the hours mechanical asphyxia as a
result of the whole body weight rested on the joints of the rib cage thereby
producing suffocation slowly.

The "evolution" of the tree or tree implemented by the Hebrews and other
ancient peoples was "optimized" by the Greeks and Romans in the so-called
stauros, which prolong the agony, they placed a horizontal beam called
patibulum, which would be subject the arms, tied the forearm and stuck to it, in
the midst of central nerve endings of the hands, which produced more pain
before death was consummated by mechanical asphyxia. Also the feet were
nailed by their subjects and heels, so that this could while I had the strength to
bear the weight of your body on your feet and legs, temporarily relieving the
pressure of suffocation, until muscle weakening and tearing of limbs death came
as a result of the pressure of body weight.

In this way we conclude that the "cross" we is but the "tree" where the pain is
worse in the pursuit of an end that is torture to death.

So, Yeshua Ha Mashiajh being sinless was hanged and impaled, because he gave
himself, while having the power to give and take your life back from the dead
(Ioxanan 10:17), taking the place we deserved as transgressors of the mitzvot.
Messiah Yeshua came to remind us that love is above every commandment, that
when we love Him with a sincere heart, obey His word (Ioxanan 14:15 and 24) it
automatically puts us in a position to love your neighbor (Vayikra / Leviticus
19:18. y. Mattityahu 22:39) ... because the love of Yeshua has been poured into
our hearts (Romans 5:5).

Dear brother, I hope I have successfully answered your question

Bibliography
La Biblia
Caldern Flores O. (-) Reunificacin de las dos casas. [En lnea]
http://www.jadeshyameinuyeshua.com/casadeisrael.htm
Eri. (2011) Yeshua Murio en un cruz o en un madero. [En lnea]
http://ichsint.blogspot.mx/2011/08/yeshua-murio-en-una-cruz-o-en-un-
madero.html
La ltima semana en Jerusaln [en lnea]
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Nq5hxvI2xf0J:www.i
mninalu.net/puebloelegido6.htm+&cd=8&hl=es&ct=clnk&gl=mx
Talmud babilnico [En lnea] http://www.wdl.org/es/item/8910/