King Becomes Convert to Judaism

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Here we find a historic account of words uttered by real people that resemble the teaching of Jesus, that is based upon the traditional teaching of Judaism.

“My fathers stored in a place which can be tampered with, but I have stored in a place which cannot be tampered with… My fathers gathered treasures of money and I have gathered treasures of souls..

I am going to try to keep my posts, short, so as to not scare away folks who came to believe being Ignorant, was to know -bliss! This is not a mere history lesson. These words will be used to fight radical Islam – for generations to come! ISIS wants Americans to be stuck in a Dark Dumb Duality. Monobaz and his family were foreigners who gave aid to the Jews in every way. Trump would build a wall to keep them out.

Jon Presco

Monobaz II or Monobaz bar Monobaz was the son of Helena of Adiabene and Monobaz I. Like his younger brother Izates bar Monobaz and his mother, Monobaz became a convert to Judaism. He ruled as king of Adiabene after the death of his brother Izates around 55 CE. The date of his death is unknown but he is known to have been alive and on the throne during the First Jewish-Roman War, when he gave aid to the Jewish rebels against the Roman Empire. The Talmud relates that Monobaz “dissipated all his own hoards and the hordes of his fathers in years of scarcity. His bothers and his father’s household came in a delegation to him and said, ‘Your father saved money and added to the treasures of his fathers, and you are squandering them.’ He replied, ‘My fathers stored up below and I am storing up above… My fathers stored in a place which can be tampered with, but I have stored in a place which cannot be tampered with… My fathers gathered treasures of money and I have gathered treasures of souls…’[1] King Monobaz also donated handsome gifts to the Temple in Jerusalem. “King Monobaz had all the handles of all the vessels used on Yom Kippur made of gold… He also made of gold the base of the vessels, the rims of the vessels, the handles of the vessels, and the handles of the knives…[2]

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