Messiah came forth from the Father, and He declared that no one comes to the Father except through Him (John 14:6). The revelation of the Father is through the Son, who is the image of the Father (Isa 9:6, 2 Cor 4:4, Col 1:15, Heb 1:3).
Click on the following eight highlighted links, to read the study guides that will explain why the titles of Lord, Christ and the false name of Jesus are not used in these study guides.
We are to give praise to the one that created the Heavens and the Earth, whose name is Yahweh. The Judaized title of Lord does not represent the Glorious name of Yahweh, and should be avoided. The same can be said for the word Christ.
Messiah the Savior who is given a false name of Jesus, was not a separate person apart from the Father. He is the very image of Yahweh, being the visible manifestation in the flesh, of the Spirit of the Father sent forth to the world (2 Cor 4:4, Col 1:15).
1 John 2:22 Who <G5101> is <G2076> a liar <G5583> but <G1508> he that denieth <G720> that <G3754> Jesus <G2424> is <G2076> <G3756> the Christ <G5547>? He <G3778> is <G2076> antichrist <G500>, that denieth <G720> the Father <G3962> and <G2532> the Son <G5207>
In 1 John 2:22, a single word (and) is inserted in a futile attempt to create albeit falsely a separation of the Father from the Son. When we utilize the proper translation, which in this case is the word also, a powerful yet hidden truth emerges. The other false insertions are obviously Jesus, Christ, and antichrist.
- The Hebraic title of Messiah could never be transliterated as christos G5547 (which is a Greek word), or be translated as Christ.
- The transliteration of H4899 is mâshîyach, an acceptable English spelling of this Hebrew title would be Messiah, not Christ.
- Likewise, the transliteration of Yahweh can not be kyrios G2962 (also a Greek word) that is translated as Lord.
- Consider the fact that the etymology or root words of Christ, and Lord, are from other Greek words. This proves they are false insertions, courtesy of the lying pen of the scribes.
- A Hebrew name can not be transliterated into a Greek title. Nor can the key attribute of Yahweh – who is our Messiah, possibly be translated into any Greek or Latin words.
- Furthermore, refusing to accept (or denying) that the Father is also the Son, would fit the criteria for being an opponent of (antichrist) or against the Messiah (who is the promised Savior).
By carefully observing the message in 1 John 2:23, it becomes apparent that by denying the Son, one also fails to possess, or have the knowledge of the Father.
1 John 2:23 Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father: (but) he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also.
The highlighted words (G2192), used twice in the above verse refer to having the possession of someone or something, and or being tightly joined together, with that person or thing (John 3:36, 5:40, 8:12).
John 3:16 For Yahweh so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life
He gave of Himself, by means of a body or temple that His Spirit would dwell in. He allowed that body to be destroyed, as a final sacrifice so that His Children might have eternal life through His shed blood at Calvary. Messiah the Savior came forth from the Father. What this means is that He is the physical manifestation of the Father in the flesh, who would take away the sins of the world (John 1:29, 6:51, Phil 2:7, Heb 7:27, 9:26).
Yahweh in this manner loved the world, in so much that He gave of himself (through the only Son that was sent forth) that whosoever believeth in and through him (referring to our Savior who is Yahweh), should not perish, but have everlasting life.
To look upon Messiah the Savior according to His own words, is to look upon Yahweh Himself (John 7:28, 8:42, 12:45, 13:3, 14:6-7). The obnoxious notion that there is but one Yahweh, and yet three eternally distinct persons – is quite simply the textbook definition of an oxymoron.
Very few Christian believers deny the existence of the Father and the Son. Unfortunately, most of these same believers deny that the Father is also the Son; even though this is what Messiah clearly taught. To be sent forth from the Father, would equate to the Son also being the Father. However, if Messiah is sent by Yahweh, then we are dealing with a plurality of Gods.
Simply put, Yahweh is a Spirit, and Messiah the Savior is the manifestation of the Spirit of Yahweh in the flesh.
1 John 2:23 Whosoever <G3956> denies <G720> the Son <G5207> has <G2192> not <G3761> the Father <G3962>: (he that) acknowledges <G3670> the Son <G5207> has <G2192> the Father <G3962>also <G2532>
The Greek word kai (G 2532) is used primarily as a connector as in it joins together words or word groups. Also, in 1 John 2:22, this Greek word (kai) should connect the Father to the Son as one.
Who is a liar but he that denies that Yahweh is Messiah, He is an opponent of Messiah, that denies the Father (is) also the Son (1 John 2:22).
For unto you is born this day in the city of David the Savior, who is the Messiah Yahweh (Luke 2:11).
How many false teachers fail to understand that the appearance of the Son is in fact the image of the Father? Messiah is the image of Yahweh (2 Cor 4:4, Col 1:15).
Matt 1:23 Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, Yahweh with us
Messiah the Savior clearly stated, “He that sees me has also seen the Father” (John 14:9).
Isaiah 9:6 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty Yahweh, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace
The Son proceeded forth from the Father to be manifest in the flesh
The following highlighted words in the five verses below are all translations of a single Greek word (G1831). This word is usually translated as follows:
- Cometh, come forth, proceed, went out, came out, departed
- To be made known, or declared
- Come forth from a source
- To come forth from physically
- To come forth (from privacy) into the world
Messiah the Savior said unto them, if Yahweh were your Father you would love me: for I proceeded forth moreover my arrival is from Yahweh; neither came I of myself (John 8:42).
This statement does in no way lend credence to the deceitful doctrine of the trinity.
What Messiah was saying is this; I did not come forth (G 1831) from myself. I Am sent forth from Yahweh; also my arrival is from Yahweh.
John 16:27 For the Father himself loveth you, because ye have loved me, and have believed that I came forth from Yahweh
Messiah declared, truly, truly I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am (John 8:58). The spirit of Messiah the Savior preceded the birth of Moses. However, the birth or manifestation of Messiah the Savior in the flesh, who is also the image of Yahweh, transpired after Abraham’s earthly presence.
John 16:28 I came forth from the Father, and am come into the world: again, I leave the world, then go to the Father
Messiah the Savior was sent forth from the Father, and thus He is the Father. This is a mystery few can comprehend. The carnal mind can not come to terms with that which is spiritually understood (1 Cor 2:14).
John 16:30 Now are we sure that thou knowest all things, and needest not that any man should ask thee: by this we believe that thou camest forth from Yahweh
The message that Messiah attempted to get across was that He came forth from the Father. This message is repeated over 50 times in the gospel of John. Towards the end of the sixteenth chapter of John, we see that the disciples seemed to finally understand that He would return to the Father from which He came forth.
For I have given unto them the words which are given to me; and they have received them, and have known surely that I came out (G 1831) from thee, and they have believed that I am sent forth from thee (John 17:8).
Messiah is the visible image of the invisible Father
If Messiah the Savior in the flesh was the manifestation of Himself, and not that of the Father, then the doctrine of the trinity might make some sense.
Messiah who is sent forth from Yahweh, also is the image of Yahweh. Yahweh is a spirit, and the Savior is the image thereof (Col 1:15). This also negates the argument that God died, as Yahweh raised the body He prepared (as the final sacrifice for sin) from the dead.
The Pharisees asked Messiah where his Father was. His reply proved they knew not the Father. He declared that if they had known Him, then they also would also have knowledge of the Father (John 8:19). Their father was the evil one referred to as the devil, and their attempt to stone the Messiah proved this to be true (John 8:19, 8:44-59, 1 Thes 2:15).
And he that sees me sees (the one that) I am sent from (John 12:45).
And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, even Yahweh Messiah who is sent forth (John 17:3).
The word he is inserted without warrant into John 8:42, see also the deceitful insertions in Heb 1:2.
Heb 1:2 Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds
Yahweh, who spoke in times past through the prophets has in these last days spoken unto us by the Son, who is appointed heir of all things, by whom also the worlds are made.
He saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me (John 14:6).
The reason why no one can come to the Father except it be through the Son is revealed in the following verses (Mat 11:27, John 14:7).
No man cometh to the Father; apart from Messiah the Savior who is the Father (Isa 9:6). What He said in the following verse should easily nullify the deceitful teaching of a trinity.
John 14:7 If ye had known me, ye should have known my Father also: and from henceforth ye know him, and have seen him
Immediately after sharing this powerful mystery, one of His disciples said: “show us the Father and we will be content.” What Messiah said was, “I have been with you for some time now, and yet you still do not have the knowledge or understanding of who I am Philip.”
He that hath seen me, hath seen the Father also. How then do you say, show us of the Father (John 14:9)?
John 14:10 Believe thou not that I am in the Father, even the Father is in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwells in me, the same does the works
What did the Messiah mean when He said: “the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself.” The word of in this verse is better translated as from. He did not speak separately from Himself, He spoke through the spirit of the Father that dwelt within Him. Messiah the Savior quite literally spoke the Word of Yahweh.
Our Savior and Messiah said: I even the Father are one (John 10:30).
Messiah said, neither came I from myself (John 8:42). The Messiah who walked this earth, is not a person of a triune God, He is the physical manifestation of the Father Himself.
Messiah our Savior, was in the world, also the world was made by him, and indeed (most of) the world knew him not (John 1:10). The sacrificial body that was supernaturally manifest came forth, and the Spirit of Yahweh that occupied that body created the Heavens and the Earth.
Rev 4:11 Thou art worthy Yahweh, to receive glory and honor and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created
The word “of” used in John 8:42, and in the following verses refer to not being separate from the Father.
- I do nothing of myself (John 8:28).
- I am not come of myself (John 7:28).
- I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwells in me (John 14:10).
An analogy of this separation is found in John 15:4.
John 15:4 Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in me
We as the branches can in no way bear fruit separate by ourselves. We are only able to produce good fruits if we are attached to Messiah the Savior who is the true vine.