Shining light blog repeating the same missunderstanding!

When you use the term the being who became Jesus your automatically referring to another god! The bible is unequivocally a 1 God and father of all bible with no other god besides Him. Is.44:24 The father created the heavens and the earth by Myself. Do you find any room in here for a second or third god? Several chapters back Is.10:6-7 talks about a future child to be born who would be used to bring the fathers Kingdom into existence. If there were a preexisting 2nd being he couldn’t have been created in the womb of his mother! Something can’t be created that already exist, Other wise he would be without father and without mother with no beginning and no end. Well we know the human called Jesus died and was buried, his life ended. Which means he didn’t always exist. So when you start placing Greek Pagon preexisting beings into a 1 God Israel, then the whole bible unravels, and you end up with extrabilical doctrine like the Trinity that took 400 years after Jesus death and is not mentioned in the bible. So Jesus can’t be the first-born among many humans, because first he isn’t human if he preexisted and he would have no father or mother and he wouldn’t come from the line of David! He would be the illegitimate child of Mary a foster son but not a real son. So as you see we have to start tarring many scriptures out of the bible. When English people start thinking they are an authority on a Hebrew Israeli book and language with no credentials or serious understanding of the scripture they start making huge mistakes. When someone tells you that the bible begins in John 1:1 they are leading you down the wrong path. I ask all brethren who read this to start in Gen.1:1 circle all singular pronouns for the first three chapters, like HIS own image, in the image of the God created He Him, male and female He created them.” Below here is commentary from the Interlinear Chumash, the Torah.

Let us make Man. This preamble indicates that Man was created with great deliberation and wisdom. The Father did not say “Let the earth bring forth,” as He did with other creatures ; Instead, Man  was brought into being with the deepest involvement of the Divine Providence and wisdom(Abarbanel). Targum Yonasan paraphrases: “And God said to the ministering angels who had been created on the second day of Creation of the world, Let Us make Man” When Moses wrote the Torah and came to this verse (Let Us make) which is in the plural and implies that there is more than one Creator, he said: “Sovereign of the Universe! Why do you  thus furnish a pretext for heretics to maintain that there is a plurality of divinities?” “Write!” god replied. “Whoever wishes to err will err… Instead, let them learn from their Creator Who created all, yet when He came to create Man He took counsel with the ministering angels” (Midrash) Thus the Father taught that one should always consult others before embarking upon major new initiatives, and He was not deterred by the possibility that some might choose to find a sacrilegious implication in the verse. The Fathers response, Whoever wishes to err implies that one who sincerely seeks the truth will see it; one who looks for and excuse to blaspheme will find it.

Whether you agree with the above or not, it should make you think about the implications of reading 2-3 god’s into a strictly forbidden 1 God bible and religion as commanded in Ex.20:3 No Other god’s before Me. Bellow Mr Malms Nicean repeated error and false god inserted into scripture.

Genesis 26

Isaac goes to the friend of his father Abraham Abimelech the king of the Philistines.  Since Abraham is not mentioned he may have died by this time and Abimelech would be very old, or is this man the son of Abimelech with the same name?

26:1 And there was a famine in the land, beside the first famine that was in the days of Abraham. And Isaac went unto Abimelech king of the Philistines unto Gerar.

The God being who became Jesus Christ, instructed Isaac to remain in Gerar and not to go into Egypt, and Isaac obeyed God. This throws the entire Shema under the bus.”

The LORD here is the FATHER not some new second God. How do we know? Peter tells us that it was the God of our fathers, that raised up our servant Jesus from the dead. Acts 2:29-30 The father swore to David that he would raise up from his loins, which is proof text that there was no previous existence of Jesus, let alone a second God. The Hebrew Language says that LORD is “ADONIA” always the father.

26:2 And the LORD appeared unto him, and said, Go not down into Egypt; dwell in the land which I shall tell thee of: 26:3 Sojourn in this land, and I will be with thee, and will bless thee; for unto thee, and unto thy seed, I will give all these countries, and I will perform the oath which I sware unto Abraham thy father; 26:4 And I will make thy seed to multiply as the stars of heaven, and will give unto thy seed all these countries; and in thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed; 26:5 Because that Abraham obeyed My voice, and kept My charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws.  26:6 And Isaac dwelt in Gerar:

So again I ask all who read this blog to count the singular pronouns and under line or highlight them in there bible. Look up the Chumash online. Start with Gen.1:1 and in the first three books of Genesis, count how many times the father is refered to as I, Me, My, He it will shed light on the misunderstanding of the first verse in the bible and how that has led to untold misunderstanding by billions of Christians! Fight for the truth and the understanding once delivered! Fight church tradition in favor of pure bible understanding, if it was easy everyone would understand and Satan would be even more enraged.

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