"The Beauty of Love"
There is no fear (phobia) in love. Perfect love (agape) drives out fear (phobia).
Love binds things together in perfect unity.
What Yahovah*God has joined together, let no one separate.
The masculine and the feminine the two shall become one flesh (heterarchy).
Two must agree for them to stay together.
Some are born eunuchs (unigender) and some are made into eunuchs (by castration) and others chose to make themselves
eunuchs for the kingdom of Yahovah*God.
Let no eunuch complain that he has no offspring. For those who bind themselves to Yahovah*God by observing his sabbaths
and laws will be given an eternal inheritance (life).
Potiphar, an Egyptian eunuch, one of Pharaoh's officials (Cariyc), freed Joseph from slavery. Joseph was put in charge of his household. Potiphar's wife desiring a greater sexual satisfaction in her marriage caused a rift between the two.
Pharaoh's cupbearer and baker were both eunuchs.
Hegai, the Persian eunuch, helped Esther to become very favorable to King Xerxes She was chosen to be the Queen of the
Hathach, a eunuch, was a loyal attendant to Queen Esther.
A prophecy pertaining to certain descendants of King Hezekiah being eunuchs in the palace of the King of Babylon. This is
referenced to the prophet Daniel and his co-horts.
The King of Babylon ordered Ashpenaz the chief eunuch of his court, to bring in certain Israelites of the royal family (unigender/eunuchs). They were to be young males with handsome features and without physical or mental weakness.
These were the qualification for serving in the King's palace.
They were Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah and they were all eunuchs. Daniel is a prophet of Yahovah and the author of
the book of Daniel.
They were blessed by Yahovah*God with knowledge and understanding of all different types of wisdom. Daniel was also blessed with the ability to comprehend visions and dreams. They were selected to be in the King's service. This fulfilled the prophecy of Isa 39:5-7.
Edeb-Melech an Ethiopian eunuch was in the service of King Zedekiah of Judah.
Edeb-Melech saved the life of the prophet Jermiah.
The Apostle Philip was sent by an angel of Yahovah*God to baptized an Ethiopian eunuch. He was an important official in charge of the treasury of Queen Candace of Ethiopia.
There was a disciple who was more intimate with the Messiah than Peter or Mary Magdalene.
His name was the Apostle John. He is the author of the books of John, John 1,2,3 and the book of Revelations.
He was the one the Messiah loved the most and was called the beloved.
When Peter asked the Messiah about John's future, he was reprimanded for interfering (meddling) in their relationship.
The disciple who the messiah loved was sitting in his lap (or in front of him between his legs) at the last supper. John reclined
against the chest (bosom) of Yahshua and asked him who would betray him. The Greek text gives a greater interpretation than
the modern English translation.
Before his death while still nailed to the cross, Yahshua introduced his mother Mary to his intimate companion. Saying dear
woman here is your son and to his beloved companion (John) he said here is your mother. From that moment forward the Apostle John took her into his home. This is proof that Yahshua and John had an intimate relationship.
The Messiah stated that not everyone can accept the truth, except those to whom it has been given (revealed).