​​​​​​PHASE 6 / FOOTNOTES (Also "Daniel's People)

1.    Simplicity - Strong's Con. NT# 572 ἁπλότης haplótēs, hap-lot'-ace; from G573; singleness,
​       i.e. (subjectively) sincerity (without dissimulation or self-seeking), or (objectively) generosity (copious
       bestowal):—bountifulness, liberal(-ity), simplicity, singleness. 

2.    Context - (ORIGIN: late Middle English (denoting the construction of a text): from Latin contextus, from 
​       con-  ‘together’ + texere  ‘to weave.’

3.    Recieve / retain / hold - Strong's Con. NT#1209 / δέχομαι déchomai, dekh'-om-ahee; middle voice of a
       primary verb; to receive (in various applications, literally or figuratively):—accept, receive, take. Compare 
​       G2983. Jesus has "entered (been received) ...into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for
       us" fulfilling the Law of the the High Priest, to make atonement for our sin and will remain (retained, held)  
       there until "al things that the prophetsl

4.    Restitiution / restoration -
Strong's Con. NT#605 / ἀποκατάστασις apokatástasis, ap-ok-at-as'-tas-is; from G600; reconstitution:—
        b. THAYER’S GREEK LEXICON, STRONGS NT 605: ἀποκατάστασις ἀποκατάστασις, ἀποκαταστάσεως, ἡ 
            (ἀποκαθίστημι, which see), restoration: τῶν πάντων, the restoration not only of the true theocracy but
            also of that more perfect state of (even physical) things which existed before the fall, Acts 3:21; cf.
            Meyer at the passage (Often in Polybius, Diodorus, Plutarch, others.) 
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5.    Not happened yet - "The word that Isaiah the son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem. And it
       shall come to pass in the last days, that the mountain of the Lord's house shall be established in the top
       of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills; and all nations shall flow unto it. And many people
       shall go and say, Come ye, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the God of Jacob;
       and he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths: for out of Zion shall go forth the law, and
       the word of the Lord from Jerusalem. And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many
       people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation
       shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more." 
​      a.  Isaiah is a Prophet (Isa.1:1)
      b.  This 
is a thought of restoration which must be fulfilled BEFORE Jesus returns. (The Second Coming)
           (Acts.3:19-24, Rev.10:7; 11:15, Rev.19:21-20)
6.   New Testament - It is a "new and living way" (Heb.10:20)  because Christ came a fulfilled (completed
      Heb.9:1-10; 10:1-20 /
confirmed the Law "causing the sacrifice and oblation to cease." (Dan.9:27, Gal.3:24)
      Some say that Christ abolished (2 Cor.3:13) and ended the Law (Rom.10:4, 2 Cor.3:1-18; v.13) Jesus did
​      cause the animal sacrifice oblation to
cease because He is the reality of those sacrifices. Now there is NO
      other sacrifice for sin. (Heb.9:1-10; 10:1-26) However He did not destroy the reality of what those sacrifices 
      foreshadowed. (Matt.5:17-19, Col.2:16-17, 1 Cor.5:7-8, Acts.2:1, 1 Peter.2:5-9 / Rom.12:1-2, Eph.5:1-2,
      Phil.4:18, 2 Tim.4:6, Heb.13:15-16)

      (1) Abolished - (2 Cor.3:13) Strong's Con. NT#2673 / from G2596 and G691; to be (render) entirely idle
 literally or figuratively:—[This Greek word has been translated into the KJV as] abolish, 
           cumber, deliver, destroy, do away, become (make) of no (none, without) effect, fail, loose, bring (come)

           to nought, put away (down), vanish away, make void.

      (2) Done away - (2 Cor.3:) Why would Paul, under the inspiration of God 2 Tim.3:16-17 and taught directly
            by Jesus Gal.1:11-12) mean that we can disregard the Law because it does not apply to the New
            Testament Church, when Jesus said,
            (a)  "I have not come to destroy the Law or the prophets" (Matt.5:17-19)

            (b)  Why would Jesus opened the disciples understanding to the Language of the Law, Prophets and
                   the Psalms (Luke.24:45-46) if they were to be "done away" / abolished.
                   - The answer is because the Law was a schoolmaster to bring to Christ. (Gal.3:24)
​                   - When Jesus came He said He would confirm and fulfill the Law
                   - He fulfilled the Feast of Passover. He is our Passover Lamb and all the other offerings. After the
                     Cross all animal sacrifices "
ceased." i.e. were done away / abolished. Now we offer "spiritual
                     sacrifices (1 Peter.2:5-9) according to the pattern of the Old Testament.
(Review: PHASE 4)
                   - Note: The language of the Prophets and the Psalms is the Law!

       (3) For Christ is the end of the law - (Romans 10:4) Strong's Con. NT# 5056 / (to set out for a definite point
           or goal); properly, the point aimed at as a limit, i.e. (by implication) the conclusion of an act or state
           (termination (literally, figuratively or indefinitely), result (immediate, ultimate or prophetic), purpose);
           specially, an impost or levy (as paid):—+ continual, custom, end(-ing), finally, uttermost. Compare 

           THE KEY PHASE: "for righteousness to every one that believeth." This is because we (i.e. those that
           redeemed by Christ Blood) have been placed in Christ. (2 Cor.5:17) "For what the law could not do, in
           that it was weak through the flesh, (Rom.3:10-31) God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful
           flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh: That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us,
           who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. (Rom.8:1-4)

           Note: Rom.10:4 That the has not stop. (Note:1 Tim.1:9)


7.   Confirmation / Completion - Confirm (Dan.9:27) in the Strong's Con. OT#1396 / to be strong; by
      implication, to prevail, act insolently:—exceed, confirm, be great, be mighty, prevail, put to more (strength),
      strengthen, be stronger, be valiant. In the New Testament (
confirmed Gal.3:15) Strong's Con. NT#4300 - to
      ratify previously:—confirm before.

      Jesus Christ's sinless blood fulfills (completes) of the the Old Testament / Covenant blood of the lamb
      and the blood of bulls and goats. (Heb.9:1-28; 10:1-25) He did not destroy the pattern He confirmed it.
      God does not show respect animal sacrifices after the Cross. In the confirmation (fulfillment) there are 
      "spiritual sacrifices" (1Our redemption is ONLY in Christ sinless blood. Therefore when the Prophets 
      Word about animal sacrifices goes into the New Testament, the Spirit of Christ is NOT speaking of animal
      sacrifices, but the fulfillment of them.

​      Note: According to the pattern of the law, to offer animal sacrifices must be offered upon the one 
​      and only Brazen (Brass) Altar (Lev.17:11) in the place that God has chosen. (Duet.12:1-12, Jerusalem)

8.   No promise to rebuild natural Temple / House - Review: PHASE 5 / Dan.8:11-13; 9:26 speaks of the
      "sanctuary" (Temple / House) being cast down / trodden down / destroyed. There is nothing about a
      rebuilt natural (physical) Temple in the Book of Revelation. There is a Temple of God being measured,
      (Rev.11:1-2) but not destroyed, cast down or trodden down. This (Rev.11:1) "Temple of God" is the
      Church (NOTE: Some 
assume that this Temple (Rev.11:1) must be the 70 AD Temple rebuilt again in
      the natural City in Jerusalem and then
destroyed again. Luke.21:21-24 PHASE 5, Page 7, VII. A ) during
​      the tribulation.

9.   Last days
      a.  Last - Strong's Con.#319 / the last or end, hence, the future; also posterity:—(last, latter) end (time),
           hinder (utter) -most, length, posterity, remnant, residue, reward.
      b.  Days - Strong;s Con.#3117 / from an unused root meaning to be hot; a day (as the warm hours),
            whether literal (from sunrise to sunset, or from one sunset to the next), or figurative (a space of time
            defined by an associated term), (often used adverb):—age, always, chronicals, continually(-ance), daily,    
            ((birth-), each, to) day, (now a, two) days (agone), elder, × end, evening, (for) ever(-lasting, -more), × full,
            life, as (so) long as (... live), (even) now, old, outlived, perpetually, presently, remaineth, × required,
            season, ×since, space, then, (process of) time, as at other times, in trouble, weather, (as) when, (a, the,
​            within a) while (that), × whole ( age), (full) year(-ly), younger.

10.  Spiritually called Sodom - This was destroyed by God (2 Peter.2:1-22) because of their wicked, 
        unlawful deeds and "filthy
 conversation (life-style, behavior Gen.13:13; 18:20; 23:17, 1 Kings.14:24,
        1 Kings.15:11-13) This will be the spiritual condition of the "City where our Lord was crucified" during the
        rein of the antichrist.

11.  Spiritually called Egypt - Egypt is clearly identified as the bondage of sin, this word. The New Testament
​       writer interprets Christ as our Passover, making Egypt an "ensample" of sin

12.  Natural / earthly  Jerusalem was the center - (Deut.12:10-11) When "ye (you) go over Jordan, and
       dwell in the land which the Lord your God giveth you to inherit,
(Review: PHASE 2, Page.2) and when he
       giveth you rest from all your enemies round about, so that ye dwell in safety; Then there shall be a place
       (Solomon's Temple in the center of natural the City of Jerusalem) which the Lord your God shall
       choose to cause his name to dwell there; thither shall ye bring all that I command you; your burnt
       offerings, and your sacrifices, your tithes, and the heave offering of your hand, and all your choice vows
       which ye vow unto the Lord." (Note: Deut.16:16-17) Isaiah is prophesying the pattern.

13. Zion / Sion - speaking of the same thing
      a. Old Testament translated Zion - Srongs Con.#6726 / the same (regularly) as H6725; Tsijon (as a
​          permanent capital), a mountain of Jerusalem:—Zion.
​      b. New Testament translated Sion - Strong's Con.#4622 / of Hebrew origin (H6726); Sion (i.e. Tsijon),
​          a hill of Jerusalem; figuratively, the Church (militant or triumphant):—Sion.

14.  Judah / Jews - The name derived from the patriarch Judah, at first given to one belonging to the
       tribe of Judah or to the separate kingdom of Judah (2Ki 16:6; 25:25; Jer 32:12; 38:19; 40:11; 41:3), in
       contradistinction from those belonging to the kingdom of the ten tribes, who were called Israelites.
       During the Captivity, and after the Restoration, the name, however, was extended to all the Hebrew
       nation without distinction (Est 3:6,10; Dan 3:8,12; Ezr 4:12; 5:1,5). Originally this people were called
       Hebrews (Gen 39:14; 40:15; Exd 2:7; 3:18; 5:3; 1Sa 4:6,9, etc.), but after the Exile this name fell into  
       disuse. But Paul was styled a Hebrew (2Cr 11:22; Phl 3:5).

15. There is no other Covenant - The Covenant that Jesus came to confirm, is the fulfillment of all the
       covenants that God made with...
       a.  Garden of Eden (Edenic Covenant)
       b.  Adam and Eve (Adamic Covenant)

       c.  Noah (Noahaic Covenant)
       d.  Abraham (Abrahamic Covenant)  
       e.  Moses  (Mosaic Covenant)
       f.  David - (David Covenant)
       g.  Everlasting Covenant

16.  Infallible - incapable of making mistakes or being wrong: doctors are not infallible. (English Dictionary)     
​       The writer of Hebrews was writing under the inspiration of God. (2Tim.3:16-17)

​17.  Only one Covenant - There is only one covenant after the 
Cross, and that is the New Testament. A
       (review of
Daniel's 70 Week prophecy) When Jesus the Messiah came He came to "confirm" the Covenants
​       that were already in force

17a. God told Abraham that "in thee (you) shall all the families (Gen.17:5-6) of the earth be blessed"
         (Gen.12:1-2) because "if you are Christ's (Eph.2:11-19) THEN are you Abraham's seed." (Gal.3:29)
​         Note these verses.
         a.  Abraham's seed was as the "sand"- The children of the flesh of Abraham (Gen.22:17; 32:12,
​              Isa.10:2, Hosea.1:10, Rom.9:1-27) This "sand" was covenanted to bring us to Christ (Matt.1:1-17) and
              to be reconciled (redeemed) in Christ
         b.  Abraham's seed was as the "stars"- The children of the promise / Isaac - Those in Christ (Gen.15:5.
​              Gen.22:17, Gal.4:28. John.8:56-59) This seed was prophetic of Christ and His Church.

         c.  Abraham's seed was as the "Dust"- The Gentile Nations - (Gen.13:16, Isa.40:15; 41:2)  These came
              from Ishmael and Esau)

18.  Gentiles - Every other Nation (strangers / aliens) that is not Jewish.
       a.  Strong's Con.OT#1471 / rarely (shortened) גֹּי gôy; apparently from the same root as H1465 (in the    
            sense of massing); a foreign nation; hence, a Gentile; also (figuratively) a troop of animals, or a flight
            of locusts:—Gentile, heathen, nation, people.
       b.  Strong's NT#1484 / from G1486; a race (as of the same habit), i.e. a tribe; specially, a foreign (non-
            Jewish) one (usually, by implication, pagan):—Gentile, heathen, nation, people.

19.  Strangers - Strong's Con.NT#3581 / apparently a primary word; foreign (literally, alien, or figuratively,
​        novel); by implication, a guest or (vice-versa) entertainer:—host, strange(-r).

20.  Commonwealth -
        a.  Strong's Con. NT#4174 / citizenship; concretely, a community:—commonwealth, freedom.
        b.  Thayer's Greek Lexicon / the administration of civil affairs, a state or commonwealth citizenship,
             the rights of a citizen

21.  Nigh - Strong's Con.NT#1451 /  from a primary verb ἄγχω ánchō (to squeeze or throttle; akin to the base      
​       of G43); near (literally or figuratively, of place or time):—from , at hand, near, nigh (at hand, unto), ready.

22.  Israel in the natural (before the Cross) This is "the olive tree" (Rom.9:1-8; 11:20-25)  (Review: PHASE 2) 
      a.  Who are Israelites / children of Jacob / Israel. 
           (Gen.49:1-28, Rom.9:1-8, Gal.6:15-16 / Rom.2:28-29)
      b.  Whom pertaineth the adoption (the placing as a son)
​           (Eph.2:11-19, John.1:12; 20:17-23, Rom.8:15)
      c.  Pertaineth (belongs) the glory                                                                         This is the "olive tree" that
           (Exod.24:17; 40:34, 2Cor.3:1-18, Rom.8:18, Eph.1:18)                                 natural Israel was broken of
      d.  Pertaineth (belongs) the covenants                                                               from. (Rom.11:20-25)
           (Review: Point #5 Jesus fulfills / completes these covenants)

      e.  Pertaineth (belongs) the giving of the law                                                     The New Covenant that 
            (Exod.19-40, Leviticus, Matt.5:17-19, Heb.9:1-10)                                        Jeremiah prophesied would 

      f.   Pertaineth (belongs) the service (according to Levitical Law) of                come. (Jer.31:31)
           God, (Exod.28; Num.1:47-54; 3:38-39, 1Peter.2:5-9, Heb.8:1-5)                                       

      g.  Pertaineth (belongs) the promises;  
           (Gen.3:5-16 / Rom.16:20, Gen.6 / Matt.24:36-37, Deut.18:15 /
           Acts.3:22, Dan.9:26 / Luke.2:12, Isa.7:14 / Matt.1:18)                                              

      h.  Whose are the fathers,      
           (Gal.3:29, 1Cor.10:1, Rom.15:8, Heb.1:1; 8:9)                                                               

      i.   and of whom as concerning the flesh Christ 
           came, who is over all, God blessed for ever. Amen."

           (Rom.9:1-5, Matt.1:1-17)

23.  Confirm
        a.  Strong's OT# 1396 / a primitive root; to be strong; by implication, to prevail, act insolently:—  
             exceed, confirm, be great, be mighty, prevail, put to more (strength), strengthen, be stronger,
             be valiant. (Dan.9:27)
        b.  Strong's in the NT#4300 / a primitive root; to be strong; by implication, to prevail, act insolently:—
             exceed, confirm, be great, be mighty, prevail, put to more (strength), strengthen, be stronger, be
             valiant. (Gal.3:16-17)

24.  Jew and Gentile together - The Tabernacle of David. (Acts.10:1-48; 11-14; 15:1-35 / Amos.9:11-12,
       Rom.3:21; 16:25-26 / Acts.3:19-24, Rev.10:7; 11:15, 1 Peter.1:10-12, 2 Peter.3:1-2) This is a even greater
       understanding of the ONE New Covenant that Jeremiah spoke of (Jer.31:31)

       Review: From the Gospels to Acts.15:1-17

       a.  Jesus (The Word) became flesh
       b.  At the age of 30 He began His
confirmation of the Covenant (a whosever Gospel)
       c.  He selected twelve disciples / apostles and 
confirmed (ministered) for 3 1/2 years to "his own"
            (John.1:11 The House of Judah / The Jews because of Covenant Rom.11:28, Heb.9:1-10
       d.  During this time He told the disciples, "I have many things but you cannot bear them now. but when
            but when the Holy Spirit comes He will guide you into ALL truth about the whosever Gospel

       e.  The Jews rejected Christ as the Messiah and crucified Him after
confirming only half of the seven
            years of confirmation.
(Note: Leaving 3 1/2 yet to be confirmed to the Jews. (The children of the flesh
            of Abraham Rom.9:8)

       f.  Jesus resurrected and told the disciples / apostles to wait until they were "endued with power from on
           high" (Luke.24:49, Acts.1:1-8; 2:1-17) 
       g. After this they were to take the "whosever Gospel" to the uttermost part of the earth. (Acts.1:8) This
​           Gospel (good news) was to include both reconciliation of the Jews and the Gentiles into ONE body
            Covenant / The New Testament. (Eph.2:1-19)

       h. They did not They failed to see that there is ONLY ONE Covenant after the Cross that incorporates
            all of the Old Covenant (See Point #15)

            (1)  They stayed in Jerusalem. (Acts.1-8) 
            (2)  They still remained in Jerusalem In (Acts.10:1-48)
            (3)  So God spread them through persecution (Acts.11:19) but they still only preaching to
                  "the Jews only"

            (4)  God spread the Gospel anyway (Acts.11-14) 
            (5)  Then there was a big meeting in Jerusalem which resulted in accepting that the Jew and Gentile
                  are now both reconciled (redeemed) in Christ, in ONE Covenant, and now there are ONLY Saints.      
                  (Acts.15:1-29) The Holy Spirit was guiding them into all truth concerning the New Covenant /
​                  Testament

25.  Reformation - Strong's Con NT#1357 / from a compound of G1223 and a derivative of G3717,
        meaning to straighten thoroughly; rectification, i.e. (specially) the Messianic restauration:—reformation.
​        a. Rectification -
the action of putting something right; correction
​        b. Restauration - the restoration, reinstatement, reinstitution, reestablishment, 
            reimposition, return.

26.  Jeremiah (one of the Prophets) - (Jer.31:31, 1Peter.1:10-12, Matt.13:10-17, Rom.3:21-31; 16:25:25-26)

27.  .

28.  Olive tree - What is the "olive tree" that Paul's "kinsmen according to the flesh were broken off from?  
        (See Point #22)