Dec 15, 2013

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中國 ‧ 以色列 是千年失散兄弟 Lost Tribes of Israel In China

中國 ‧ 以色列 是千年失散兄弟 Lost Tribes of Israel In China

以Isa 49:12 看哪,這些從遠方來;這些從北方、從西方來;這些從秦(原文作秦吶Sinae)國來。

In reference to the Qin Dynasty, the Scriptures reference such:   Isa 49:12: “Behold, these shall come from far: and, lo, these from the north and from the west; and these from the land of Sinim.” –which is land of Qin.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc24ElTwh4s 

Standing at the magnificent and historic Great Wall of China (built by the emperor Qin Shi Huang during the Qin dynasty 260 BC-210 BC), this video reveals the divine mission of this most important information regarding the Lost Tribes of Israel pursuant to their travel along the Silk Route through ancient Persia, modern day Afghanistan and India, integrating into the Chinese culture and population approximately 800 years before the birth of the Messiah Yahushua. Traces of some ancient Jewish rituals have been observed in some places.
More than two thousand years ago from today, and due to subjugation especially from Syria, a very large number of the 10 Tribes from the Northern Kingdom of Israel, eventually settled in the Central Plains of China, assimilating and flourishing into the Chinese culture, becoming one of them. For example: During the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), a Ming emperor conferred seven surnames upon the Jews, by which they are identifiable today: Ai (艾), Shi (石), Gao (高), Jin (金), Li (李), Zhang (張), and Zhao (趙); significance of the original seven Jewish clan’s family names: Ezra, Shimon, Cohen, Gilbert, Levy, Y’hoshua, and Yonathan, respectively
In short, portions of the Chinese people of today and the Jews (Yahudim of Israel) are actually connected through their bloodline as lost brothers dating back over this period of thousands of years, as well as by the Ruach [Galatians 3:18, 29]. Hence, all have the same promise of YAHUWAH as the seed of Abraham.
However, through the course of events over this same time, these tribal members and their offspring lost sight of the truth and significance of their lineage as brothers in YAHUWAH. Here, we are referring to the mysterious “disappearance of the ten tribes of Israel,” those who have been found to have resettled in China.
The location of these lost 10 Tribes has long been held as an enigma in Israel’s history. In the case of China, according to archeological records found inscribed on a large stone tablet, by the decedents of these people in the City of Kaifeng, China, their ancestors’ footsteps in China can be traced as early as the Shang Zhou Dynasty prior to 1000 BC However, this may not refer to the migration of Jews necessarily, but simply that there is a relationship dating to this time period.
In reference to the Qin Dynasty, the Scriptures reference such: Isa 49:12: “Behold, these shall come from far: and, lo, these from the north and from the west; and these from the land of Sinim.”
(Scholars associated Sin with China, the root word of Sinim, Sinae resembling the Latinization of Qin, after the Qin (state), founded 778 BC and Qin dynasty, founded in 221 BC by Qin Shi Huang-Di. At the time of the prophecy there was no one China, but many small states.)
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Throughout the history of China, wars, insurrections, and civil unrest were common and destroyed much of the historical evidence, especially under the emperor Qin Shi Huang, a totalitarian despotic ruler who was the first emperor of the Chin Dynasty. To protect his position and power base, he confiscated and burned most or all books that could have shed some light of this period of Chinese civilization, murdering huge segments of society that were both educated and regarded as scholars of their day. Given the carnage of this period, many witnesses to this account destroyed any evidence of their link to their heritage or anything that would bring to themselves immediate death to themselves , their families, and their clan. After Qin, there were other emperors that served to employ the same method of terrorism against their opposition, costing a further expenditure of many innocent lives. In modern Chinese history, the Cultural Revolution under Mao Zedong regime is a prime example, destroying a huge segment of valuable historical documents, books, and other information.
So unexpectedly, referring to the historical event of the “burning of books” during the Qin Dynasty, the recorded evidence of the connection between the two countries of Israel and China was destroyed or lost. However, hints of this unique heritage and connection in history still remain, waiting to be uncovered through more research.
Therefore, let the ashes and the cries of the ground speak forth. Listen (Shema). YAHUWAH is calling His lost sheep back to the Covenant of the House of Israel [Matt 10:6; 15:24; Luke 15:4, 6].
二千多年前,因著亡國,極大量的以色列人流落到中原, 融入了中華,開枝散葉。
Video Source 視頻源自:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc24ElTwh4s     歡迎到訪主網頁:http://www.yaharise.com & http://www.man-child.com (English Site)其他相關題目:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsx33

Nestorian priests in a procession onPalm Sunday, in a 7th- or 8th-century wall painting from a Nestorian church in China,Tang Dynasty

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The Nestorian Stele is a Tang Chinesestele erected in 781 AD that documents 150 years of history of early Christianity in China.[1] It includes texts both in Chineseand in Syriac. The Nestorian Stele entitled 大秦景教流行中國碑 “Stele to the propagation in China of the luminous religion of Daqin
Some information about Christianity in China:
Christianity in China has a history going back to the Tang dynasty (8th century), and today is the fastest growing minority religion in China.[clarification needed] Christianity in China comprises ProtestantsCatholics, and a small number of Orthodox Christians. Although its lineage in China is not as ancient as the institutional religions of Taoism and Mahayana Buddhism, and the social system and ideology of Confucianism,Christianity has existed in China since at least the seventh century and has gained influence over the past 200 years.[2][3]

The growth has been particularly significant since the loosening of restrictions on religion by the People’s Republic since the economic reform in the late 1970s. Religious practices are still often tightly controlled by government authorities. Chinese over age 18 in the PRC are permitted to be involved with officially sanctioned Christian meetings through the “China Christian Council“, “Three-Self Patriotic Movement” or the “Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association“.[4] Many Chinese Christians also meet in “unregistered” house church meetings. Reports of sporadic persecution against such Christians in Mainland China have caused concern among outside observers.[5] Today, the Chinese government acknowledges 14 million Christians in China, but it is believed that there are an additional 70 million not included in that figure.[6]

    A Rare Look At Secret House Churches in China

How Many Christian In China 中國目前基督徒人數有多少?

There are 31 provinces, Municipalities and Administrative Regions in China (plus Hong Kong and Macau). We have provided estimates for every kind of Christian, for each city and county in China (2,371 in total.)
China         中国
POPULATION CHRISTIANS Total
Protestants Catholics Christians
Cities & Census Current Year TOTAL TOTAL % of current
Province Counties 2000 2011 TSPM[1] House church PROTESTANTS CPA[2] House church CATHOLICS TOTAL Population
Anhui 78 58,999,948 64,711,143 2,833,821 5,730,882 8,564,703 255,939 416,093 672,032 9,236,735 14.27%
Beijing 15 13,569,194 14,882,692 95,094 416,715 511,809 92,620 67,567 160,187 671,996 4.52%
Chongqing 31 30,512,763 33,466,398 402,738 1,495,325 1,898,063 251,242 457,820 709,062 2,607,125 7.79%
Fujian 69 34,154,222 37,460,351 1,880,885 1,572,184 3,453,069 907,550 1,000,191 1,907,741 5,360,810 14.31%
Gansu 81 25,124,282 27,556,312 350,731 760,109 1,110,840 52,457 104,915 157,372 1,268,212 4.60%
Guangdong 98 85,225,007 93,474,788 821,469 2,641,122 3,462,591 298,409 489,887 788,296 4,250,887 4.55%
Guangxi 90 43,854,538 48,099,657 183,878 594,012 777,890 66,873 133,747 200,620 978,510 2.03%
Guizhou 82 35,247,695 38,659,672 634,815 1,100,325 1,735,140 99,734 199,468 299,202 2,034,342 5.26%
Hainan Island 19 7,558,518 8,290,183 104,523 454,675 559,198 3,648 7,295 10,943 570,141 6.88%
Hebei 149 66,684,419 73,139,471 866,018 895,462 1,761,480 1,284,146 2,609,988 3,894,134 5,655,614 7.73%
Heilongjiang 78 35,966,050 39,447,564 1,100,821 2,615,824 3,716,645 43,787 87,574 131,361 3,848,006 9.75%
Henan 127 91,236,854 100,068,581 5,255,503 8,905,007 14,160,510 200,801 401,601 602,402 14,762,912 14.75%
Hong Kong 1 6,509,645 7,139,779 n/a n/a 523,132[3] n/a n/a 454,090[4] 977,222 13.69%
Hubei 78 59,508,870 65,269,329 661,945 1,668,102 2,330,047 97,469 194,938 292,407 2,622,454 4.02%
Hunan 101 63,274,173 69,399,113 724,483 1,393,905 2,118,388 77,896 155,793 233,689 2,352,077 3.39%
Inner Mongolia 89 23,323,347 25,581,047 256,508 1,315,757 1,572,265 256,035 512,069 768,104 2,340,369 9.15%
Jiangsu 73 70,188,617 76,982,875 3,060,435 2,613,611 5,674,046 415,793 623,690 1,039,483 6,713,529 8.72%
Jiangxi 91 40,397,598 44,308,085 1,040,720 1,528,433 2,569,153 163,940 327,880 491,820 3,060,973 6.91%
Jilin 49 26,702,191 29,286,963 406,650 1,418,390 1,825,040 92,494 184,989 277,483 2,102,523 7.18%
Liaoning 58 41,824,412 45,873,015 823,382 2,015,683 2,839,065 141,076 282,152 423,228 3,262,293 7.11%
Macau 1 504,635 553,484 n/a n/a 10,627[5] n/a n/a 17,158[6] 27,785 5.02%
Ningxia 20 5,486,393 6,017,476 71,073 106,610 177,683 17,768 35,537 53,305 230,988 3.84%
Qinghai 41 4,822,963 5,289,826 45,175 218,964 264,139 6,207 12,413 18,620 282,759 5.35%
Shaanxi 96 35,365,072 38,788,411 863,441 1,726,883 2,590,324 272,723 561,174 833,897 3,424,221 8.83%
Shandong 110 89,971,789 98,681,058 1,501,822 2,727,555 4,229,377 286,521 573,042 859,563 5,088,940 5.16%
Shanghai 11 16,407,734 17,996,003 438,430 915,997 1,354,427 244,020 420,208 664,228 2,018,655 11.22%
Shanxi 107 32,471,242 35,614,458 501,480 1,624,428 2,125,908 258,661 517,322 775,983 2,901,891 8.15%
Sichuan 158 82,348,296 90,319,611 403,834 1,152,569 1,556,403 416,740 833,480 1,250,220 2,806,623 3.11%
Tianjin 13 9,848,731 10,802,088 62,171 87,377 149,548 113,422 136,106 249,528 399,076 3.69%
Tibet 73 2,616,329 2,869,590 0 1,236 1,236 7,221 706 7,927 9,163 0.32%
Xinjiang 87 18,459,511 20,246,392 144,310 682,314 826,624 10,867 21,735 32,602 859,226 4.24%
Yunnan 124 42,360,089 46,460,546 1,189,804 1,494,929 2,684,733 220,478 440,955 661,433 3,346,166 7.20%
Zhejiang 73 45,454,851 49,854,881 2,754,543 4,141,327 6,895,870 777,209 1,571,451 2,348,660 9,244,530 18.54%
Totals 2,371 1,245,979,978 1,366,590,840 29,480,502[7] 54,015,712[8] 84,029,972 7,433,746[9] 13,381,786 21,286,780 105,316,752 7.71%Sorce

 

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