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Benjamin Ben Jacob

 

Occurrences:  1 (Azrael’s Commentary)

Indirect Reference:  Yeshua 33:1  (chief rabbi - 5 occurrences)

Direct Reference:  Azrael’s Commentary - Ephraim

                         

So Yeshua came up out of the wilderness by the sea and traveled unto Ephraim, and the chief rabbi, desiring to examine the Master according to the law, prepared a feast to receive him.

Yeshua 33:1

 

 

See:  Ephraim, Yeshua

 

Summary:  According to Azrael’s Commentary, Benjamin Ben Jacob was the name of the chief rabbi who lived in Ephraim, a city located about nine miles northeast of Jerusalem. The city of Ephraim became predominantly supportive of Yeshua and his ministry after Yeshua’s visit, as recorded in Yeshua 33. According to scripture, Benjamin invited Yeshua to his house for dinner and conversation, along with various scribes and Pharisees. On his way to the dinner, Yeshua invited a beggar and a harlot to join with him in the event, which became an issue for the scribes and Pharisees. Yeshua used the opportunity to teach about dealing compassionately with the poor and serving humanity (Y:33:1-53).

 

 

Notes/References:

Benevolence (Azurgai)
Besoree