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Genesis 38 is illustrating in type through the lives of Judah & Tamar who the father of Christ is. Here is one of the reason he does what he is about to show us

People like Judah trying to raise a family encounter events that shatter their lives. find them selves left alone with nothing left but memories . As we see in Judah who lost his wife and 2 sons. God’s ambition is to restore life. What he shows us here is the only way it could be achieved.

The next thing we clearly understand is that according to Judah’s action the levirate marriage law is strictly enforced, in this chapter. This is important, this is to prove that Tamar was a virgin. If she was not a virgin she would have been stoned to death, according to the requirement of the levirate marriage law enforced so strictly here.

This is key point that God wants to emphasize. Initially Tamar was a virgin every thing that comes after this point as far as Er and Onan, are to show the levirate marriage law being enforced.

There is no other way to prove the virginity of Tamar without the action of Judah, giving his 2 sons to her, you would not be able to say, Tamar was a virgin espoused to Judah’s son, chosen by the father, without Er dying and Onan being given to her to raise seed for his dead brother this is the point, God is trying to capture.

Tamar was a virgin espoused to Judah’s son, chosen by the father.

Next important points are the reason why this had to be done, illustrated by the death’s of Er and Onan. First no man given to this woman was fit in the sight of God to accomplish this, and were put to death.

Two Er is representing the world in type, Onan is representing the Jews, in that he did not want to share the inheritance with his dead brother, so he spilled his seed on the ground. For this reason God for a season set Israel aside until the fulness of the gentiles are brought in. Romans 11.

Tamar is a virgin espoused to Judah’s son, chosen by the father. No man was fit in the sight of God to give seed,

Through a series of events Judah the father cause Tamar, who was a virgin espoused to Judah’s son to conceive and she gives birth to the heir of the promise. The woman is not a harlot. Joseph is not the father.

Tamar was a virgin chosen by the father espoused to Judah’s son, who the father causes to conceive the heir of the promise. The women is not a harlot, Joseph is not the father. No one else could do this as Er and Onan have shown. This clearly illustrates in word the virgin birth showing us in type what God would do.


Mary was a virgin chosen by the father espoused to Judah’s son/Joseph, who the father causes to conceive the Messiah. The women is not a harlot, Joseph is not the father.

Discern Now Who These Thing Belong.

Judah Acknowledged the truth and was given 2 new son , Tamar was saved from being burned to death,. Shelah was spared from what Judah feared. This is why God did this, to show us that he would be the father of Messiah his mother a virgin that would be espoused to Judah’s son. No one else was capable of this but God himself, in order to save us, from sin and death, to give us hope in this life and of the one to come. therefore he will lift up the head

The Hand In The Womb Has Much To Say

Tamar has twins in the womb the one sticks out his hand and is bound with a scarlet thread, by the mid-wife. This comes first: his hand will be bound. By his bound hand he will make a way for his brother to inherit the promise. When he drew his hand back to the womb. Then he whose hand that was bound who was expected to come first will come in the way you expected afterwards.

They bound Jesus's hands and nailed him to the cross. This was done so he could make away for his brothers to inherit the promise by conquering sin and death by the power of his resurrection. Taking his seat at the right hand of God after he purged our sins, seating the new nature of man that he formed in himself by his willful obedience in right standing with God by the strength of the power of the majesty from on high releasing the nature of his person on all that believe; through the transforming power of God by the spirit of his word, released in Jesus the Christ

One of israel biggest hindrances in coming to Yeshua, is they were expecting him to come and rule all nation, blessing them and causing them to rule with him. Bringing peace and prosperity, They weren’t led to believe Yeshua would have to suffer first maybe this might help them see.



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