Who was the real Jesus? Many people have asked this very important question. Carefully reading Holy Scripture reveals a powerful message from above.
Jesus was giving, caring and fought for the dispossessed. When the Pharisees defiled the Temple, Jesus made a whip to drive them out. What if Jesus owned a miter saw?
Would the wicked have changed if faced with the power of the miter saw? The Western world has used the Messiah’s birth to track time. Was the Messiah’s birth predicted? The Old Testament (Torah) Isaiah 7:14 states the following –
“Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Emmanuel.”
Many believe that Emmanuel is one of the names of Jesus. He was born in a manger, but kings gave him frankincense, myrrh, and gold. The Messiah is one-of-a-kind.
Son of Mary
Jews, Christians, and Muslims agree that the Messiah was the Son of Mary. He has a special mission and message. And, his existence is a continuation of the Most High’s creation.
Have you ever wondered why you never see the name, Mary Christ? If Jesus was the son of Mary and his last name was Christ, then Mary’s name must be Christ, right? But Mary’s last name was not Christ.
In fact, last names weren’t very prevalent in the days of Jesus. Experts believe that Christ is derived from the horrible cross punishment, used by the Romans. Wouldn’t being named after a brutal tool of punishment be an insult?
Miter Saw Invention
Jesus learned the carpentry trade. Carpenters build cabinets, furniture, and houses. Back in his day, Jesus probably had very rudimentary tools, such as hammers and hand saws.
Electricity had not been invented in his day. The modern miter saw runs on electricity. Do you know who invented the miter saw?
Rockwell tool designer Ed Niehaus invented the miter saw in 1964.
The original design was rather rudimentary, but still had many of the key innovations found in the top of the line miter saw: small size, radial arc spring action, blade braking and dust collection. What would Jesus have done with the most powerful miter saws?
Best Miter Saw Features
There have been numerous advanced modifications to improve the miter saw. Advanced miter saw features expand the cutting capacity. Woodworkers have found it easier to complete cross cuts, nested crown moldings, and miters.
All miter saws are designed to operate in tight spaces. Carpenters might be in a crawl space or working around others. Here are the top features of the best miter saws:
- Dual Compound Angle Variation
- Sliding Rail
- Laser Guide
- Front Bevel Controls
- Robotic Arms
- Diamond Blade
- Base Extensions
What could Jesus achieve with each of these features?
Dual Compound Angle Variations
Was Jesus left-handed or right-handed? It doesn’t really matter with the Dual Compound Angle Variation miter saw. He could move the saw to either side and adjust the angles easily.
A simple miter saw only goes up and down. The more advanced Sliding Rail miter saw can be extended out and in. This would enable Jesus to make longer cuts.
Jesus could set the Laser Guide to the right, left or center of the blade. This delivers nice crisp, smooth cuts for woodworkers, carpenters and trim modelers.
Front Bevel Controls
Safe miter operation can be difficult when controls are in the back. Jesus would not need to reach awkwardly behind the tool if he had Front Bevel Controls.
Jesus could use Robotic Arms to move the miter saw quickly. These Robotic Arms are more durable and long-lasting than rudimentary miter saws.
With the best Diamond Blade miter saw, Jesus could cut any material. Steel, aluminum, stone or wood – it wouldn’t matter with this powerful Diamond Blade circular saw.
Jesus could use Base Extensions to provide a solid foundation for anything he was working on.
Jesus had Good News for everyone. He was realistic and condemned those who were oppressing the people – the Pharisees and Romans. He spoke words of hope, caring, and love.
Do you remember the passage of the Holy Scripture that the Messiah read in the synagogue when he was very young? This is the portion of Isaiah 61:1 that the Messiah read from:
“The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound; ….”
Then, he stopped. He only finished part of the verse. Why?
Perhaps, Jesus had multiple missions. His initial charge was only to complete the first portion. This is the second part of Isaiah 61: 2 – 3 that was not read by Jesus in the synagogue:
” … to proclaim the year of the LORD’s favor and the day of our God’s vengeance, to comfort all who mourn, to provide for those who grieve in Zion — to give them a crown of beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, and a garment of praise in place of a spirit of despair. So they will be called oaks of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that He may be glorified.”
Jesus did not seek to glorify himself. He sought to glorify the Creator, who sent him. That is the goal of the Torah, Gospel, and Quran. The Messiah is mentioned in each.
If Jesus owned a top of the line saw, he could make precision cuts, extend the foundation and create a safe, peaceful environment for the righteous. Our Creator said the following in the Quran 43:61 –
“And indeed, Jesus will be [a sign for] knowledge of the Hour, so be not in doubt of it, and follow Me. This is a straight path.”
And what is better for cutting a straight path than the Truth, the Messiah and a miter saw? Jesus made a whip, but the miter saw is pre-fabricated. If Jesus owned a miter saw, it would be easier for him to cut through the chaff to the straight path of the one and only holy Creator.