What Peter did with Yeshua’s Words
Rabbi Yehudah ben Shomeyr
Ol’ Rough-necked Kefa (Peter) who seemed to be at first a bit prejudice, too zealously opinionated for his own good, mellowed out some after Rebbe Yeshua’s HaMoshiach’s (Messiah’s) resurrection and a rebuke by Rav Sha’ul (Paul) and his encounter with the House of Cornelius.
Kefa had a leg up on most of us; though he didn’t know exactly when he was going to die, he knew how and what his mission was until then which was to teach and edify the Body of Messiah. He was to “feed the sheep.” Kefa was eventually arrested and crucified in Rome, but he insisted to be executed upside down because he did not deem himself worthy to die in the same manner as our Rebbe and Messiah did.