Thursday, 10 October 2013

MCJ, J for Jewish, J for Lodge J and J for the Scorpion Ritual

CMJ, JMC, it was a link that these initals meant something to the power of the MagicK, CMJ was a link to have served the Jewish People.  Was this the link that the initials were utilised on the piece of paper however they were kept by the crown?  Magic?

The Church's Ministry Among Jewish People (CMJ) (formerly the London Jews' Society and the London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews) is an Anglican missionary society founded in 1809.

The society began in the early 19th century, when leadingevangelicals, including members of the influential Clapham Sectsuch as William Wilberforce, and Charles Simeon, decided that there was an unmet need to promote Christianity among the Jews. In 1809 they formed the London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews. The missionary Joseph Frey is often credited with the instigation of the break with the London Missionary Society. A later missionary was C. W. H. Pauli.
Abbreviated forms such as the London Jews' Society or simply The Jews' Society were adopted for general use. The original agenda of the society was:

  • Declaring the Messiahship of Jesus to the Jew first and also to the non-Jew
  • Endeavouring to teach the Church its Jewish roots
  • Encouraging the physical restoration of the Jewish people to Eretz Israel - the Land of Israel
  • Encouraging the Hebrew Christian/Messianic Jewish movement
The story of CMJ is one of men and women who, because of an understanding of God's
covenant faithfulness, have served the Jewish people during the last two hundred years.
"Following the French Revolution many Christians in Britain and Ireland sensed they were entering
into a significant period of world history. Many believed that Jesus' return was imminent, but that
before His return they would need to take the message of His Kingdom to all the nations.
Then in the wake of Napoleon's expedition to Egypt and palestine in 1798, which stirred interest
in the Jewish people's physical return to the land of Israel, numerous Christians also saw the need to take the message of Jesus, the Jewish Messiah back to the Jewish people.
Joseph Frey.
This was the environment in London which a young German Jewish believer in jesus named Joseph Frey discovered when he arrived there in 1801. Frey very quickly saw the need to proclaim the message of Jesus to his own people in squalid London.
Eight years later, in 1809, through his inspiration, the "London Society for Promoting Christianity amongs the Jews" was birthed (today Church's Ministry among Jewish People, or CMJ).
Within a few years leading British statesmen and Christians such as William Wilberforce, Lewis Way, Charles Simeon and later Lord Shaftesbury were actively involved as leaders and spokesmen of this organisation.
In time CMJ took this message from London, into all of Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean, North Africa, Persia, Abyssinia and numerous other locations."
                                                              ...Excerpted from "Restoring Israel - 200 years of the CMJ story" by Kelvin Crombie

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