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There's a lot of buzz floating around these days on the issue of whether or not Yahshua was married or not. Most likely people claim He would have been married to Mary Magdalene, or Mariam of Magdala. I am just curious to get a group consensus on this one.

What do ya'll think?

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Yahshua is Divine, women are not. The Flesh of Yahshua is from the Heaven (John 6:51) our human flesh is from the dust (Gen. 2:7).

Deut. 22:11 says that we cannot wear garmen of divers sorts, as of woollen and linen together, this is an idiom that you cannot mixed something Kadosh/Saint with something impure. Yahshua is Kadosh and human beings are impure if we compare them with Him, so Yahshua the Kadosh One cannot be married with a human being. Also it says in the Torah that you shall not plow with an ox and an ass together, meaning that you can not mix two different kinds of beings, and Yahshua is from Heaven and human beings are from the dust. This is why Yahshua cannot be 100% Elohim and 100% Man because the Spirit of the Torah forbids this type of mixture like grafts for example, therefore Yahshua is 100% Yahweh Elohim and He came as or like a Man, dressed with the characteristics of a human being, but He was not a human being like you and me. When the heavenly malachim (messenger or angels) descended to earth and they took women (human beings) they sinned against Elohim because they mingled or mixed with the daughters of men, so Yahshua the Heavenly Messiah could not commit the same sin. And remember that the mix between women and the heavenly angels was the result of a mutation, the giants. Another important thing is that Yahshua our Melech (King) came to earth to save us, to save His bride Israel, spiritually speaking, Yahshua the Messiah didn´t came to earth to get married with a woman, that was not His "mission".

Deu 22:10 Thou shalt not plow with an ox and an ass together.
Deu 22:11 Thou shalt not wear a garment of divers sorts, as of woollen and linen together.

Lev 19:19 Ye shall keep my statutes. Thou shalt not let thy cattle gender with a diverse kind: thou shalt not sow thy field with mingled seed: neither shall a garment mingled of linen and woollen come upon thee.


Shalom
We have no reason to think he was married, based on silence and all accounts.
I'm with Iejezquel Ben Efrayim on this one.
I whole-heartedly believe that anyone who teaches such rubbish is not only lying but most likely connected with the Illuminati as well.

This is one of the primary doctrines of the Merovingians and their planned false Messiah, and European Royal families (some of them) believe themselves or claim themselves to be descended from such a Union.
Yeshua was already married to the Assembly.
Interesting point.

James Trimm said:
Yeshua was already married to the Assembly.
just because the bible does not say things, does not mean they did not happen.
The Wedding hasn't happened yet. The Bridegroom has not come for his Bride in the middle of the night...

The Bridegroom has merely payed the debt (death) of His Bride (the Congregation). We are awaiting His return with the Wedding party to Wed us and then on to the Wedding Feast. But just as in ancient traditional Hebrew Weddings, no man knows the day nor the hour.
The wedding occurred at Mt. Sinai. However trying to place the wedding in time from YHWH's perspective is a bit silly, YHWH created time, he is not (like us) a captive of it.

remember Messiah is the lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

Reeve Tuesti said:
The Wedding hasn't happened yet. The Bridegroom has not come for his Bride in the middle of the night...
The Bridegroom has merely payed the debt (death) of His Bride (the Congregation). We are awaiting His return with the Wedding party to Wed us and then on to the Wedding Feast. But just as in ancient traditional Hebrew Weddings, no man knows the day nor the hour.
My current understanding James is that the original wedding was supposed to happen at Sinai; but was negated by the bride's breaking of Torah and fornicating with another "man" - the false g-ds of Ap-s and H-th-r. I also understand that the act of Y'shua sacrificing himself Purified His Bride, but the Wedding has yet to take place. Some say that His sacrifice subsequently set up the Wedding and that 'time' confuses folks... this may be true - and if so would seem to support your view. You may be right. However, I've not found enough concrete evidence in Scripture to convince me of this, and in my current understanding lean heavily toward the Wedding not taking place until after the Bridegroom returns.

James Trimm said:
The wedding occurred at Mt. Sinai. However trying to place the wedding in time from YHWH's perspective is a bit silly, YHWH created time, he is not (like us) a captive of it.

Reeve Tuesti said:
The Wedding hasn't happened yet. The Bridegroom has not come for his Bride in the middle of the night...

The Bridegroom has merely payed the debt (death) of His Bride (the Congregation). We are awaiting His return with the Wedding party to Wed us and then on to the Wedding Feast. But just as in ancient traditional Hebrew Weddings, no man knows the day nor the hour.
Which, according to Hebrew Marriage Custom, was just as good as being Married, and actually required a Divorce to be broken. Interesting observation.

Anaiah Priel (Andrew P) Carlson said:
though, Yahuwah has already pledged Himself to the bride, so in a sense, He is already bound to her, but not yet officially married.
J.Jury i see them rest of my brethern have not read your question.i would say we need to agree when Yahshua ministry started and then discuss what HE did for 30 years as HE was a carpenter and was experiencing life in this world.the fact is He was human for 30 years,it would be un wise of me to presume what HE did for 30 years but we can discuss what the life of a Nazerene carpenter man at the age of 30 was ??

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