JOSEPH HAS EVERYTHING
In ancient times, we believe that Joseph had both the Birthright and the Scepter, everything, and that Judah never had either. It is well known that Joseph had the Birthright. This matter is uncontested. The most famous verse on this matter of the scepter is as follows. Gen 49:10
"The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him [shall] the gathering of the people [be]."
TILL SILOH COME TILL SILOH COME TILL SILOH COME TILL SILOH COME Gen 49:10
Remember that verse 10 is limited by the introductory verse in Gen 49:1 that Gen 49 applies to the last days!
If there were ever a verse that showed that the joo-judah present holder of the scepter, will not rule forever, it is that verse. I guess things have to get so bad, millions of muslim muds being admitted to the US and to all other Caucasian countries before some so called Identity people will finally have the guts to admit the truth that Christ could not possible descend from Judah.
For millennia thinking has ended with the recitation of this passage however in the Latter Days, knowledge shall be increased. Dan 12:4.
Another less well known verse is ----
I shall see him, but not now: I shall behold him, but not nigh: there shall come a Star out of Jacob, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel, and shall smite the corners of Moab, and destroy all the children of Sheth.
Note that this scepter will rise from Israel and not from Judah. The clear facts are that Judah bowed down to Joseph in Egypt. Joseph received the crown (Gen 49:26) of the blessings from Jacob. Joshua, a descendant of Joseph/Ephraim directed the House of Israel and Judah across the wilderness and into the promised land. Nowhere in the bible does it say that Judah ever received the scepter, when or where it took place. Gen 49:10 is the only reference to Judah holding the scepter, even for a temporary time. We believe that the scribes changed one verse in an attempt to maintain the judah/jew supremacy argument.
Remember that Jacob was going to marry Rachel but Leah under cover of darkness (note "evening" in Gen 29:23) was fraudulently (beguiled verse 25) substituted for Rachel. Leah had to be a willing accomplice to this fraud. Judah was the fourth born son of Leah. Gen 29:35. Jacob protected Joseph and Rachael when Esau came for a visit. See Gen 33:7. The 10 brothers were jealous of Joseph and stripped him of his coat of many colors. See Gen 37:33.
The bottom line is that Yahshua would never allow himself to be a descendent of Judah who was a consequence a fraudulent association formed under cover of darkness. Furthermore Judah was the fourth child of Leah. If he had been the first son of Leah the claim of his paternity would be stronger.
Joseph by comparison was the first son of Rachel, the anointed one. There was no deceit on the part of Rachel in this matter.
If David were a descendant of Judah, how do we explain how he also was a King over Israel. Jeremiah 8:1-3 derogatorily speaks of the Kings and Princes of Judah as an evil family and how their bones will be exhumed to dry in the Sun as dung. Would the Messiah allow himself to be a descendant of such a corrupt line or be such a person whose bones would be so treated? How could the Messiah's bones even be found considering that he had been resurrected?
Joseph was given a double portion (Eze 37:14) in the Promised Land. No other tribe was so distinguished. Joshua, a descendant of Joseph, lead the House of Israel and directed the allotments of the lands for the various tribes. Joshua was magnified, Joshua 3:7.
The Bible was intentionally perverted to deceive us and promote a jewish Messiah. Not just a jewish Messiah but the concept of “God’s chosen people” and the Land of Israel.
Note further that only descendants of Joseph (Gen 48:16) are entitled to the name: “Israel,” as that name was granted by Jacob / Israel himself, only to Joseph’s two sons: “Ephraim and Manasseh!”
And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, I have dreamed a dream, and [there is] none that can interpret it: and I have heard say of thee, [that] thou canst understand a dream to interpret it.