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Soon after, Yeshua’s death, his story was gradually compiled from different writers and traveled throughout the world,
going on to inspire so many!
Around 1500 years later, a famous artist named Michelangelo was offered a contract by Pope Julius II to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel with the image a very light-skinned man with burnished bronze hair and Greek name;
Michelangelo's cousin would serve as the model.
Pope Julius II said this piece (one of a series), was to be absolutely magnificent and timeless - for it Michelangelo would receive massive gold and immortality he’d never dreamed of but there was one catch / one spiritual sacrifice that Michelangelo had to offer in order to receive such a large gift. That sacrifice was truth, this character that Michelangelo was hired to draw
had Yeshua’s story but was named Jesus.
Michelangelo knew that this piece was a historical cover-up of the true identity of Yeshua.
Is there any price tag on your spirit / your integrity / your word?