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The Genealogy of JESUS Christ






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There are three fourteen generations of Jesus Christ depicted in Matthew's Gospel. Here Jesus is shown to be of the lineage of Abraham and David, thus fulfilling the Word that Messiah would be the seed of Abraham and the seed of David according to the flesh. The Bible number three is for resurrection and fourteen is for salvation and deliverance. "Fourteen" is found "three" times in Matthew when referring to Jesus as Messiah. "So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations; and from David until the carrying away into Babylon are fourteen generations; and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Christ are fourteen generations." (Matthew 1:17). Jesus Christ is our salvation being the resurrection and the life. Salvation will be consummated or completed in the redemption of our bodies being glorified like his glorious body.


Women are not to be stated in Jewish lineage or pedigree since the line is determined by the seed of the man. However, we see four women mentioned in the genealogy according to Matthew; that is, Thamar, Rahab, Ruth, and Bathsheba.  This teaches us that there is neither male or female "in the Lord", for we are all one in Christ Jesus by faith. By Jesus Christ being the seed of Abraham and the seed of David according to the flesh speaks of the natural fleshly lineage of David and Abraham.


The genealogy of Luke traces back all the way to Adam showing Jesus of the lineage of Adam. Jesus Christ is the second or last Adam according to Paul in his letter to the church at Corinth. "The first man is of the earth, earthy: the second man is the Lord from heaven." (1 Corinthians 15:47). Jesus being the firstbegotten from the dead by resurrection made him the federal head of a new Godly race as the head of the body of Christ or church.  For the life of all flesh is in the blood. (Leviticus 17:11). Therefore, Jesus will shed his holy undefiled blood and give his life a ransom for the world's sin. Because life is in the blood, blood therefore is the life giving agent that is shed for the atonement upon the altar. The requisites of the early church was to abstain from things strangled and from blood. Jesus' blood had life and not death in it. His blood was natural blood as far as earthly chemical makeup is concerned. But the life which is in the blood was present in Jesus' blood which was not present in the blood of all mankind since Jesus never sinned; therefore, He had only a divine nature rather than a sinful nature. When God searched for a man to bring salvation and there was none, God's own arm brought salvation unto himself. God would shed his life's blood on the altar of Calvary for the sin of the world.


Therefore, women are mentioned in the pedigree as well as Jeconiah (Coniah) who was cursed by God to never have seed upon the throne of David. The blood that flowed through Jesus' veins was the blood of Emmanuel. There is a stream at this present time that flows from Emmanuel's veins that washes all our guilty sins away. This is the Son of God's blood that was offered through the eternal Spirit in order to be a propitiation for our sins. 


Jesus never sinned, therefore his blood was never corrupted. Therefore, his blood still atones today just as it did two thousand years ago. All sin (past, present, and future) focused at Calvary's cross upon Jesus who was holy, harmless, undefiled, and separate from sinners. Since sin is darkness and no light, there was no light of the sun or earthly natural light that shined from noon until three in the evening, by the space of three hours. When the last drop of Jesus' precious blood dropped from his broken body and hit congregated sin of all time, there was a great explosion causing a great earthquake. Rocks rent, earth shook, graves of the dead saints were opened as sin was destroyed by the power of the blood of Jesus.


This was not the ordinary blood of fallen man, but the spotless, sinless, holy life's blood of God that flowed from the body of the Lamb of God from the cross of Calvary. Calvary's streams flowed blood of atonement to all those that are in Christ. The blood still flows today to take away sinners' guilt and condemnation and purge their conscience from dead works to serve the living God. This is blood called in spiritual hematology as blood that was holy, harmless, undefiled, and separate from sinners in order to wash away sins, for the life of all flesh is in the blood. Some will say that this was the blood of an ordinary Adam just like yours and mine. Jesus' blood was different from ours in that he never sinned, never obtaining a sinful nature as Adam. Jesus was in the likeness of sinful flesh, but he never became sinful flesh and blood since He never sinned. Therefore, the blood of Jesus lives forever in that Jesus' life's blood never carried the weight of sin which brings forth death. Jesus was the only begotten Son of God in that he was born of a virgin. No other man has ever been born of a virgin with the Spirit of God resident in him as the Son of God. This is none other than God manifest in the flesh declaring the invisible God in fulness of revelation. Jesus is the offspring of David and the second Adam as declared by the genealogy in Matthew and Luke.






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