The unholy ally of a pervert who tempted a married woman to commit adultery with him, by buying her furniture, is prepared to attack Lebanon, the ‘Home of the Real Jesus’. This is what Christendom has been waiting for, the Battle of Armageddon. However, if they do not accept the truth that Jesus was Eshmun, they will for sure find themselves without any possibility of ‘Eternal Life’ like the life Astarte offered to ‘The Love of Her Life’.
The Phoenicians and the Canaanites are indigenous to the land the Zionist falsely took in 1947. Jewish leaders knew the true identity of Jesus as Eshmun – who was not murdered by them or the Romans. Paul-Saul was hired to bury Eshmun in his book of lies! The Samarians were never taken into captivity. Omri, the King of Israel (verses Judah) built his capitol in Samaria where Jesus was proclaimed a Prophet-Healer.
John ‘The Nazarite Prophet and Judge’
4.7. We now come to the matter of why Jesus appears to be mean to this woman who has a very great need and is in great sorrow over the state of her young daughter? The gospels reveal that Jesus is always compassionate to those who are hurting, why would He now be being mean to this woman? Each time this woman implores Jesus to heal her daughter, notice what Jesus says to her: ‘Let the children be satisfied first, for it is not good to take the children’s bread and throw it to the dogs.’ Though I’m not sure we can be sure of what Jesus’ motives for His reluctance are, we can see some pretty good potential reasons:
4.7.1. In Matthew’s account of this story, we see in Matt. 15:24 that Jesus gave this answer to His disciples when they seemed to be annoyed by this woman shouting to them for Jesus’ help and they wanted Jesus to send her away: Matthew 15:23-24, “23 But He did not answer her a word. And His disciples came and implored Him, saying, “Send her away, because she keeps shouting at us.” 24 But He answered and said, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”” Likewise, in Matthew 10:5 we read that Jesus had told the disciples that on their intern mission trip they were only to go to the house of Israel. In other words, Jesus was reluctant because He knew His ministry was to be to the Jews.
4.7.2. It is also suggested that another reason for Jesus’ reluctance was that He did not want to do any healing at this time because He was seeking rest for Himself and His disciples, as well as a time to teach them. But, He knew that any healing He would perform would disrupt His plan and cause disruption for His disciples.
4.7.3. It has also been suggested that Jesus did not want to cast out this demon because He didn’t want to perform His miracles in the land of the enemy, a Gentile territory.
On Sunday, Lebanon was rattled by two air raids. As the dust settles, the small Mediterranean republic is now waiting anxiously to see if simmering Iranian-Israeli tensions will evaporate—or boil over into a full-scale war on Lebanese soil.