Summary: Scripture portrays the confusion that existed in Yeshua’s day regarding
the coming of the Anointed One. During Yeshua’s second year of ministry while teaching
in Jerusalem, many came to believe that Yeshua was the Anointed One, but struggled
to reconcile what they knew about Yeshua with prophecy established in Hebrew scripture
(Y:28:81) (Micah 5:2; Isaiah 7:14; 2 Samuel 7:12-13). The Song of God addresses how
in the days of Yeshua many were filled with “all manner of foolish expectations concerning
this Anointed One” due to the corruption of scripture by conspiring men (1:3:29-31).
Such was the evil, Most Holy Father, which pressed hard against the third dispensation
of God; and in the fourth came Uriel, who as Isaiah the prophet, would foretell the
coming of the Anointed One, but the evil grew darker still and Isaiah was killed.
And all which he taught and wrote concerning the coming of the Promised One did conspiring
men corrupt every whit, which thing filled the heart of God with sorrow;
Causing that in the days of Yeshua should the minds of men be clouded with all manner
of foolish expectations concerning this Anointed One; and with anger and malice did
they crucify the very Father of their souls, whereby they might preserve themselves
in power and forsake the good altogether.