Prepare ye the way of the Lord, represents yet another terrible transliteration. We are to call upon the name of the one that created the Heavens and the Earth, whose name is Yahweh.
Isaiah 40:3 The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the LORD, make straight in the desert a highway for our God
The etymology or root word of the Greek word kyrios, is from kuros (another Greek word) that has a meaning of supremacy. The word kyrios, translated as Lord in English, is not in any way derived from the original Hebrew name of Yahweh (H3068).
Isaiah 40:3 The voice <H6963> of him that crieth <H7121> in the wilderness <H4057>, Prepare <H6437> ye the way <H1870> of the LORD <H3068>, make straight <H3474> in the desert <H6160> a highway <H4546> for our God <H430>
Lord is a title reserved for men, it is not a name. Yahweh never alluded to the notion that He can be called, or referred to as Lord. The only transliteration of H3068 is Yahweh.
Mat 3:3 For this is he that was spoken of by the prophet Esaias, saying, The voice of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of Yahweh, make his paths straight
In Mat 3:3, John is referring to Isaiah 40:3, to proclaim the arrival of Yahweh.
Isa 40:3 The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of Yahweh, make straight in the desert a highway for Yahweh
Our Messiah said, “I am come with my Father’s name” and “I came forth from the Father.”
There are many scriptures in both the Old and New Testaments that simply do not support the doctrine of the trinity (Isaiah 9:6, 45:21, John 5:43, 10:30, 16:28). Yahweh declared that He alone is Savior. So, in order for the Messiah to be Savior, He must be Yahweh. The Father who manifest Himself in the flesh as the Son, could not be one of three eternally distinct persons of a triune Godhead.
Messiah the Savior said to his disciples, whosoever knows me indeed knows my Father, and from this time you know him, and also behold him (John 14:7). He also proclaimed, I (am) indeed the Father, I AM One (John 5:43, 10:30).