The LORD said unto my Lord, is a translation put forth in an attempt to hide the fact that David’s Messiah who is Yahweh, spoke to him in the Spirit regarding his enemies (Mat 22:42-45, Psa 109:1-110:1).
Psalm 110:1 A Psalm of David. The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool
As you will discover in this study guide, there are many verses in both the Old and New Testaments that have obviously been rewritten in a manner so as to be irreconcilable with each other.
- For example, in Acts 4:12 it is stated that there is salvation in no other name, referring to the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth given in Acts 4:10.
- According to Philippians 2:9-10, it is God who gives Jesus a name which is above every name, a name to which every knee shall bow.
- And in Luke 2:21, we read that his name was called Jesus, which was so named of the angel before he was conceived.
- How can the name of Jesus given in Mat 1:21, be the fulfillment (Mat 1:22) of that which was written by the prophet Isaiah? Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel (Isa 7:14, Mat 1:23).
- As evidenced by many verses in the Old Testament, Yahweh’s name is to be exalted (Psa 8:1, 9, 72:19, Isa 2:17, 33:5, 1 Chronicles 29:11), He alone is Savior (Isa 43:11), and all will kneel before Him (Isa 45:23, Rom 14:11).
Psa 148:13 Let them praise the name of Yahweh, for his name alone is excellent; his glory is above the earth and heaven
Psa 95:6 O come, let us worship and bow down, let us kneel before Yahweh our maker
Isaiah 45:21 Tell ye, and bring them near; yea let them take counsel together; who hath declared this from ancient time, who hath told it from that time, have not I Yahweh? There is no other God besides me a just God and Savior; there is none but me
- The key that enables us to decipher the Holy Scriptures (and reveal what has been concealed), is to replace the title of Lord, with the name of Yahweh.
Psa 9:10 And they that know thy name, will put their trust in thee, for thou O Yahweh surely will not forsake them that seek after thee
- Yahweh is the cornerstone that the Old and New Testament Gospels are built upon. When this foundation is removed or replaced by another, chaos, confusion and desolations ensue (Gen 49:24, Deut 31:16-17, Jdg 2:12-13, Isa 1:1-6, 21, 8:13-17, 28:16, Jer 1:16, Mat 21:42, Psa 118:22, Dan 9:25-27).
Eph 5:6 Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things cometh the wrath of Yahweh upon the children of disobedience
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I AM the LORD that is my name
Isaiah 42:8 I am the LORD <H3068>: that is my name <H8034>: and my glory <H3519> will I not give <H5414> to another <H312>, neither my praise <H8416> to graven images <H6456>
Isa 42:8 I am the LORD: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images
What is missing in Isa 42:8, is God’s name, which most certainly is not the Lord.
- The title of God, is not God’s name, nor is it a name at all. Men worship many gods’ other than Yahweh.
- Contrary to popular opinion, Yahweh only has one name, which of course is Yahweh.
- The title of lord (that is reserved for men) is also not a name, (and this is true even if all caps are used).
- Truly, it is not possible to call upon the name of the LORD.
Isa 42:8 I AM Yahweh that is my name, and my glory shall you not give to another, neither give praises to graven images
Isa 25:1 O Yahweh, thou art my God; I will exalt thee, I will praise thy name; for thou hast done wonderful things; thy counsels of old are faithful and true
The message given in Deuteronomy 6:4, is to understand and listen to what Yahweh declares, for Yahweh alone is God (and there is no other).
Psa 83:18 That men may know that you alone whose name is Yahweh, art the most high over all the earth
Even though Mark 12:29 represents an impossible transliteration (and translation), if the Lord our God is one Lord, how is it that Jesus is Lord, and the Father is also the Lord (Mat 1:20-21, Eph 3:14, John 20:28, Zech 14:9, Deut 6:4)?
- The Son is called Lord and God, and he is given the name of Jesus (John 20:27-29, 2 Peter 1:1).
- The Father is also called Lord and God, but His actual name (which is Yahweh) is not to be found in the New Testament (Mat 4:7, 10, Mark 12:29-30).
- In the KJV of the Old Testament the name Jehovah (which is a false transliteration) is found in four verses (Exo 6:3, Psa 83:18, Isa 12:2, Isa 26:4).
- According to 1 Cor 8:6, there is but one God who is the Father, and one Lord Jesus Christ?
The God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ contradicts the very teachings of the trinity, that states the Son is God, and the Father is also God (Eph 1:3).
One God, can not be the God of another God, at least not according to God.
Isa 44:6 Thus saith Yahweh the King of Israel, thy redeemer Yahweh of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God
Blessed be God, even the Father, Yahweh our Messiah. This is a more appropriate translation for the first eleven words of Eph 1:3.
Exo 6:3 And I appeared <H7200> unto Abraham <H85>, unto Isaac <H3327>, and unto Jacob <H3290>, by the name of God <H410> Almighty <H7706>, but by my name <H8034> JEHOVAH <H3068> was I not known <H3045> to them
The mistransliteration (referring to Jehovah), and translation of Exo 6:3, is deceitful. The words, the name of, are added to this verse without warrant, as God is not a name. Also men began to call upon the name of Yahweh (H3068) before Abraham was born (Gen 4:26).
- Abram did know the Almighty God by the name of Yahweh (Gen 12:8), as did Isaac and Jacob.
- And Abraham said, I pray Yahweh be not angry, and I will ask perhaps if there shall be thirty found there? And Yahweh answered I will not destroy Sodom if I find thirty righteous there (Gen 18:30).
- And Isaac prayed to Yahweh for his wife, because she was barren: and Yahweh heard the prayer of him, and Rebekah his wife conceived (Gen 25:21).
- When Jacob came into Egypt many cried unto Yahweh, and afterwards Yahweh sent Moses and Aaron, which brought them out of Egypt, and made a dwelling place for them (1 Sam 12:8).
But when they forgot Yahweh, they were sold into the hands of their enemies which fought against them. And once again, they cried out unto Yahweh saying, we have sinned because we have forsaken you Yahweh. Also we have gone after strange gods including Baal, but deliver us out of the hand of our enemies, and we will serve thee (1 Sam 12:9-10).
- Our Messiah said, “It is written, thou shalt worship Yahweh thy God, and him only shalt thou serve” (Luke 4:8, Deut 6:13, 8:19, 26:10, Psa 99:5, 9).
- The Spirit of Yahweh revealed Himself in the flesh as the Messiah, who was worshipped by many (Mat 2:2, 11, 8:2, 9:18, 14:33, 15:25, 28:9).
1 Cor 2:14 But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of Yahweh for they are foolishness unto him; neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned
The Identity of the two lords in Psalm 110
- For many obvious reasons, the context of the Lord said unto my Lord in Psalm 110:1, cannot represent a conversation in the Heavens between the Father and the Son.
- In fact the Son had not yet been born when Psalms 110:1 was penned (Mat 22:42-45, Mark 12:35-37, Luke 20:42, Acts 2:34).
- The Son who came forth from the Father, does not sit at the right hand of the Father.
- The trinity doctrine loses all credibility with the realization that Yahweh (who is called the Father), manifest himself in the flesh as the Messiah (who is called the Son). One God revealed in one person (1 Tim 3:16, Col 1:15-17).
- Indeed, the light of the knowledge of the glory of Yahweh, is revealed in the person of the Messiah (2 Cor 4:6).
The identity of the first LORD in Psalm 110 is Yahweh, and the second lord refers to King David.
Yahweh said unto me, sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies my footstool (Psalm 110:1).
- The Lord is an impossible transliteration of Yahweh’s name.
- There is one Lord written into the Old Testament, but in the New Testament there are two.
- This is a conspiracy of epic proportions, and the smoking gun at this crime scene is the title of Lord (that is not a name).
- But this offence worsens in the New Testament, as this same title of Lord (G2962) is used to address both God and men.
Matt 18:27 Then <G1161> the lord <G2962> of that <G1565> servant <G1401> was moved with compassion <G4697>, and <G2532> loosed <G630> him, and <G2532> forgave <G863> him <G846> the debt <G1156>
Matt 3:3 For <G1063> this <G3778> is he <G2076> that was spoken <G4483> of by <G5259> the prophet <G4396> Esaias <G2268>, saying <G3004>, The voice <G5456> of one crying <G994> in <G1722> the wilderness <G2048>, Prepare ye <G2090> the way <G3598> of the Lord <G2962>, make <G4160> his <G846> paths <G5147> straight <G2117>
Mark 1:3 The voice <G5456> of one crying <G994> in <G1722> the wilderness <G2048>, Prepare ye <G2090> the way <G3598> of the Lord <G2962>, make <G4160> his <G846> paths <G5147> straight <G2117>
Luke 1:76 And <G2532> thou <G4771>, child <G3813>, shalt be called <G2564> the prophet <G4396> of the Highest <G5310>: for <G1063> thou shalt go <G4313> before <G4253> the face <G4383> of the Lord <G2962> to prepare <G2090> his <G846> ways <G3598>
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>
In Matt 3:3, Mark 1:3, Luke 1:76, and Isaiah 40:3, the Lord refers to Yahweh.
In order to maintain any sense of scriptural integrity, the title of Lord must be replaced with the name of Yahweh; in doing so many Gospel truths will emerge.
Jer 8:8 How do ye say, we are wise, and the law of Yahweh is with us? lo, certainly the lying pen of the scribes hath made it falsehood
The lying pen of the scribes have corrupted the Word of Yahweh with purposeful intent; they have used a title (Lord) reserved for men alone, to replace the Glorious name of Yahweh.
Psa 113:2-3 Blessed be the name of Yahweh from this time forth and for evermore; from the rising of the sun unto the going down of the same Yahweh’s name is to be praised
We are commanded to Love and Worship Yahweh for His name is above all others, and according to the scriptures, those who call upon the name of Yahweh shall be saved (Rom 10:13, Joel 2:32, Psa 8:1, 1 Ch 16:29).
Psa 29:2 Give unto Yahweh the glory due unto his name; worship Yahweh in the beauty of holiness
Yahweh is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, the first and the last. He is the Almighty One who will come again (Isa 44:6, Rev 1:8, 17-18), (Isa 24:23, Rev 21:23, 22:5), (Joel 2:31-32, Mat 24:29-31).
Rev 1:8 I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith Yahweh, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty
Yahweh of hosts can be a reference to Yahweh’s wrath (Isa 9:19, 10:23, 33, 13:13).
Psa 145:20 Yahweh preserveth all them that love him: but all the wicked will he destroy
The Mystery of the Messiah Revealed
Mat 23:15 Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves
Instead of giving glory unto the promised Messiah (who forgave sins, and performed mighty miracles that included raising Lazarus from the dead), the pharisees were more concerned about losing their position of authority over the people (John 11:47-48, 12:17-19, Luke 7:49). They were also mad with anger, because:
- the multitudes, and the disciples who followed Him, were astonished with His wisdom, and mighty works (Mat 7:28, 13:54, 22:33, Mark 1:22, 6:2, 11:18)
- their false religion and doctrines were exposed for all to see (Mark 7:6-13)
- he said they and the scribes were hypocrites, serpents and a generation of vipers (Mat 23:13-35, Mark 7:6-9)
- they perceived that He referred to them in the parable describing the wicked plot to seize the inheritance through murder (Mat 21:38-41, 43-46)
Caiaphas declared that it would be profitable for them that one man should die for the people, so that all should not perish.
The chief priests and the pharisees, along with Caiaphas who was the high priest, took counsel together to put the Messiah to death (John 11:49-53).
Mat 27:17 Therefore, when they were gathered together, Pilate said unto them, Whom will ye that I release unto you? Barabbas, or the one who is called Messiah?
Pilate found no fault in the Messiah and sought for His release; he knew that the chief priests and the elders of the people conspired to produce false witness and had delivered Him for envy (Mat 20:18, 27:18, Mark 14:1, 53-59, John 19:6).
Mat 27:22 Pilate saith unto them, What shall I do then with the one who is called Messiah? They all said unto him, let him be crucified
As prophesied by Daniel, Messiah was cut off (or killed) in the midst of the week, after His 3 1/2 year ministry was completed, and He had confirmed the covenant with many (Dan 9:25-27).
- Under the Levitical priesthood there was only a temporary covering for sins. All who reject the blood of the Lamb have no atonement for their sins (Heb 10:8, Gal 2:21).
- Messiah (who is without sin) has redeemed us from the curse of the law (1 John 3:5, Heb 4:15, Gal 3:13, Rom 3:20, 28).
- Our Messiah came to redeem the faithful ones who were under the Old Covenant law as well, that they too might receive the adoption and be called the sons of Yahweh (John 1:6-13, Gal 4:5, Rom 8:13-18).
- Yahweh’s New Testament Covenant is placed in the minds of a Spiritual Israel, and it is also written in their hearts (Jer 31:31-33, Isa 59:21, Gal 6:15-16, Heb 8:1-13, 9:11-15).
- The promise of the first Covenant was revealed and established with the arrival of the Messiah who delivers us from the power of sin. Because of the sacrifice of our Messiah, sins are no longer temporarily covered, they are annulled (Mat 26:28, Mark 2:7, 10, Eph 1:10-14, Heb 7:27, 9:26, 10:8, 12, 14, Rom 11:25-27, Zec 9:9).
Mat 26:28 For this is my blood of the New Testament, which is shed for many for the forgiveness of sins
Because of the fact that the expectations with regards to Messiah’s arrival, and the knowledge of His attributes were significant (as recorded in the New Testament), one would expect to find many scriptures with the title of Messiah in the Old Testament. How is it that there are only two (Dan 9:25-26)?
The Messiah was:
- able to reveal all things (John 4:25)
- worthy of worship (Mat 2:2, 8)
- the one who was expected to arrive (Luke 3:15, John 1:41)
- spoken of in the law as the one that would abide or remain for ever (John 1:41)
- known as the son of Yahweh (Mat, 16:16, John 1:34, 11:27)
- the promised Savior of the World (John 4:42)
- the Lamb of God (John 1:36)
- acknowledged as such, by Andrew, who originally was one of the disciples of John the Baptist (John 1:35-41)
- recognized by the demonic spirits that He cast out, who knew He was the Son of Yahweh (Mat 8:29, Mark 1:34, Luke 4:41)
The Messiah who takes away our sins, walked on water, calmed the storms, and raised the dead (Heb 10:16-18, Mat 8:16, Mark 4:39, John 12:1).
John 2:19 He answered and said unto them, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up
- The Messiah who is God raised himself from the grave. If He required the assistance of God the Father to raise Him from the grave, then He could not be God (John 2:19-21, Mark 14:58).
- Because He does not have a human father, the genealogy of Messiah is another impossibility.
In the Old Testament the transliteration of H4899 is Masiah, this title is then translated as anointed, and Messiah.
- The etymology of Masiah (H4899), is said to be from masah (H4886), which is a primitive root.
- The KJV translates Masiah in the following manner: anointed (37x), Messiah (2x).
- The KJV translates masah in the following manner: anoint, or anointed (68x), painted (1x).
- In all of the Old Testament, the title of Messiah is only found in two verses (Dan 9:25-26).
- As revealed in the scriptures, King David called his Messiah Yahweh. The title of Masiah can be transliterated as Messiah, but it could not be translated as anointed.
- Notice that Masiah and masah are both translated as anointed, whereas in the New Testament even though Messiah is falsely interpreted as Christ, the title of Christ is not also translated as anointed.
When one is anointed by Yahweh, they are set apart for a particular service by Him.
- King David was anointed (H4899) by Yahweh, 2 Sa 22:51, 23:1, but David is not the Messiah.
- Obviously the words anointed, and Messiah, can’t truly be interchangeable with each other.
- Also, if the anointed one was inserted into Dan 9:25, no one would know who this was in reference to.
Dan 9:25 Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks…
Immanuel, Messiah, and Halleluyah are all transliterations. A transliteration involves a translation by sound, it is the method of transferring a word from an original language into another language focusing on the pronunciation of a similar sound.
This transliteration principle is always employed with regards to proper names. And although Masiah is not an actual name, this title (used to address the Redeemer) could only be transliterated as Messiah, it could not be translated as Christ.
- A translation is based on trying to capture the intended meaning of the word, and not the sound.
- Indeed the Spirit of Yahweh (referred to as an anointing – H4886) was upon the Messiah, but that is not the definition of who He is. The Messiah is the visible manifestation in the flesh of Yahweh (Isa 61:1, Luke 4:18-21, Mat 2:6, Col 1:15, Micah 5:2).
- The anointed one, does not at all capture who the Messiah is, or what He came forth to accomplish.
- The defining characteristic of the Messiah is absolutely unique in that He is the promised Savior, who takes away the sins of the world.
In the New Testament the transliteration of G3323 is Messias; there are also separate translations for Christ, and anointed.
- Christos (G5547), that is translated as Christ, is a derivative from chriō (G5548), which is another Greek word that means anointed.
- The KJV translates Christos in the following manner: Christ (569x).
- The KJV translates chriō in the following manner: anoint (5x).
- The Messiah is not the anointed one, for it is He who anoints His Elect (1 John 2:25-29).
- The etymology of the word Christ is not from the original Hebrew word (H4899), which is transliterated into English as Messiah.
- The KJV transliterates Strong’s G3323 in the following manner: Messias (2x). It is said to be the Greek form of Messiah, and of Hebrew origin from (H4899).
- In all of the New Testament, the title of Messiah is only found in two verses (John 4:25, John 1:41), although there are over five hundred references to the title of Christ.
For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Messiah, for it is the power of Yahweh unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Judeans first, and also to the Greeks (Rom 1:16).
The woman saith unto him, I know that Messiah will come forth, which is called Christ: and when he arrives, he will reveal to us all things (John 4:25).
Consider the words (which is called Christ) that are added to John 4:25 without warrant. The Messiah is not called Christ, just because a biased translator pens this note into a scripture.
There is no possible way that the woman says that the Messiah is called Christ, to the Messiah who is standing next to her.
John 1:41 He first findeth his own brother Simon, and saith unto him, We have found the Messias, which is, being interpreted, the Christ.
In John 1:41, these five words, which is, being interpreted, the Christ, are improperly inserted in an attempt to deceive the reader into believing that the Messiah means Christ. To interpret is to decide what an intended meaning is. Just who was it that decided Christ would become the definition of the Messiah?
Mat 16:16 And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Messiah, the Son of the living God
As revealed in the Holy scriptures, the mystery of the Messiah is that He is Yahweh who manifest Himself in the flesh (John 1:29-31, 1 Tim 3:16). Our Messiah came forth with the name of Yahweh (Mark 11:9, Luke 13:35, 19:38, John 12:13, Acts 2:21, Rom 10:13, Joel 2:32).
The LORD said unto my Lord – in the Old Testament
What is hidden in the Old Testament scriptures, is that Yahweh speaks to David in Psalms 110:1.
Psalms 110:1 The LORD <H3068> said <H5002> unto my Lord <H113>, Sit <H3427> thou at my right hand <H3225>, until I make <H7896> thine enemies <H341> thy footstool <H1916> <H7272>
Psalm 110:1 A Psalm of David. The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool
Yahweh said unto David, dwell at my right hand, until I make thine enemies my footstool (Psalm 110:1).
- When studying the words, the LORD said unto my Lord, in the Old Testament (using a Strong’s Concordance) you should immediately notice two very observable differences.
- The first and second usage of the word Lord in this verse are completely different from each other. In other words, these two words have entirely distinct etymologies in the original Hebrew texts.
- The transliteration of YHWH (H 3068) is Yahweh, it is not the LORD. Lord is a title reserved for men alone, and must never be used as a replacement for the name of Yahweh.
- The translation of adon (H113) is lord, master, or sir. This title is used to address men (including kings). King David was called lord, as was Abraham (2 Sam 24:21, 1 Pet 3:6).
In Psalms 110:1, the LORD said unto my lord, is clearly a reference to Yahweh speaking to David who is given the title of lord.
1 Kings 1:31 Then Bathsheba bowed with her face to the earth, and did reverence to the king, and said, Let my lord (H 113) king David live forever
Another false transliteration for the name of Yahweh is adonay, or adonai (H 136). This word is translated as Lord, and God, But no man has the authority to change the Mighty name of Yahweh into a title of their choosing (Isa 11:11, 25:8, 29:13).
Isa 28:16 Therefore thus saith the Lord (H136) GOD, Behold, I lay in Zion for a foundation a stone, a tried stone, a precious corner stone, a sure foundation: he that believeth shall not make haste.
The LORD said unto my Lord – in the New Testament
Revealed in the New Testament scriptures is that David calls His Messiah Yahweh, but a proper interpretation of Psalms 110:1, is required to reveal this truth.
Acts 2:34 For <G1063> David <G1138> is not <G3756> ascended <G305> into <G1519> the heavens <G3772>: but <G1161> he saith <G3004> himself <G846>, the LORD <G2962> said <G2036> unto my <G3450> Lord <G2962>, Sit thou <G2521> on <G1537> my <G3450> right hand <G1188>
Act 2:34 For David is not ascended into the heavens: but he saith himself, the LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand
- When one looks at the words the LORD, and my Lord, in the New Testament (using a Strong’s Concordance), you will notice that there are no differences at all (besides the capital letters).
- Also, the etymology or root word of the Greek word kyrios (G2962), is from kuros, and is not derived from the Hebrew name of Yahweh. That is the textbook definition of deception.
- It is an offense to take “the Name above all Names” which is Yahweh, and change it to a Greek word that is then translated into English as Lord.
- A name is to be transliterated from the original language to another language, with the sound of that original name carried over to the new language. A name can not be translated into a title. This cannot be emphasized enough, those who want to understand the scriptures, must realize that “the Lord” is not a name.
Who are the two Lords in Mat 22:44?
2 Tim 2:15 Study to shew thyself approved unto Yahweh, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth
In Psalms 110:1 (the LORD said unto my lord), and Mat 22:43, 44 & 45, it is imperative to replace the word LORD (and Lord), and use Yahweh’s actual name.
The second usage of Lord in Psalm 110:1, and Mat 22:44, refer to King David.
When speaking to the Pharisees, the Messiah asked them a question.
Mat 22:42 Saying, What think ye of Christ? whose son is he? They say unto him, The Son of David.
- Mat 22:42 Tell me, what do you think concerning the Messiah? Whose son is he? They said unto him, the Son of David
- The Pharisees stated that the Messiah was the son of David, but He corrected them with a powerful truth, and no man could reply to, or refute His answer (Mat 22:46).
Mat 22:43-44 He saith unto them, How then doth David in spirit call him Lord, saying, the LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies thy footstool?
- Mat 22:43-44 He said unto them, how then did David in the spirit call him Yahweh, saying, Yahweh said unto my lord, Sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies my footstool
- His response to the Pharisees was, How then did David, in the Spirit, call his Messiah Yahweh? For Yahweh said unto David (who is referred to as my lord), remain by my right hand until I make thy enemies my footstool.
- The word him (used in Mat 22:43) is in reference to the Messiah spoken of in Mat 22:42.
Mat 22:45 If David then called him Lord, how is he his son?
- Mat 22:45 If David then called him Yahweh, how is he his son?
- If David then called his Messiah Yahweh, how then can the Messiah be David’s son?
When the title of Lord is replaced with the name of Yahweh, the trinity narrative collapses like a house of cards.
How anyone can suggest that the LORD said unto my Lord, represents God the Father talking to God the Son, is beyond any rational comprehension.
Uncovering Trinitarian Theology
Many theologians have attempted to justify their trinitarian theology but they have all failed. A major reason for this failure is due to the unstable pillars on which this trinity doctrine is built upon. This includes the false teaching that the Father is not the Son, and the Holy Spirit is God.
John 8:42 He said unto them, If God were your Father ye would love me, for I proceeded forth and came from Yahweh, neither came I of myself, but of the same I am sent
- The Holy Child is the everlasting Father, being the very image thereof (Isa 9:6, 1 Peter 1:20, 2 Cor 4:4).
- When we remove the word Lord and use the actual name of Yahweh, there is no longer a contradiction between Acts 2:20-21, Rom 10:13, and Joel 2:32.
- The mistranslations within the scriptures represent a vast conspiracy against our Messiah, who can only be our Savior, if He is Yahweh (Isaiah 9:6, 43:11, 45:21, Psalms 20:5-6, Deut 6:4, Rev 22:12-13, Jude 1:25).
Our Messiah said, I am the way, the truth, and the life, and no man will appear before the Father (who is Yahweh), but through me (John 14:6).
- The problem so often, is that neither the teacher nor the student understands the meaning of this parable regarding the path unto having a relationship with the Father.
- This is particularly disturbing when one considers that the answer is given in the very next verse.
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
Messiah said unto Philip, have I not been with you for some time now, and yet hast thou not known me? He that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how then do you say show us the Father (John 14:9)?
- As already discussed, the Savior (who is God) cannot sit on the right hand of God.
- What is perplexing is how one can believe in the trinity, and also accept that two eternally distinct persons who both claim to be God, can sit next to each other, and still be considered as one God, even if they are also having a conversation (Acts 20:21, 28:31, Rom 1:7, 5:11).
Mar 16:19 So then after the Lord had spoken unto them, he was received up into heaven, and sat on the right hand of God
If the Lord Jesus (who is said to be God) sits on the right hand of God, this represents two persons, and two Gods’.
Our Savior is the right hand or power of Yahweh (Acts 2:33). The right hand is a metaphor of the immense power of the one who created the Heavens and the earth (Gen 1:1, 6:7, Isa 45:18, Col 1:14-16, Rev 10:6).
- Yahweh came forth (or manifest Himself) in the flesh, as the Son, and it is His Spirit that dwells within His children (Psa 51:11, John 4:24, Rom 8:9, 14).
- The Spirit of truth, which proceedeth from the Father, is the Spirit of Yahweh (John 15:26). Yahweh’s Spirit (that was poured out upon His faithful), did not suddenly become a separate person apart from Him in the New Testament (Gen 6:3, Pro 1:23, Isa 30:1, 59:21, Exe 36:26-27, 39:29, Joel 2:28).
- When our Messiah says I will not leave you comfortless, I will come to you, He is speaking of His Spirit that dwells within us (John 14:18, Acts 2:17-18, 1 John 4:13).
Rom 8:9 But ye are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, if so be that the Spirit of Yahweh dwells in you…
For what man knows the things of a man, except by the spirit of man which is in him? Even so the things of Yahweh, no man knows but by the Spirit from Yahweh (1 Cor 2:11).
1 Cor 3:16 Know ye not that ye are the temple of Yahweh, and that the Spirit of Yahweh dwelleth in you?
The trinity indoctrination completely negates the truth that Yahweh Alone is Messiah and Savior. As well, it leads to doctrinal contradictions and confusion, thus nullifying the integrity of a multitude of scriptures.
Messiah claimed to be the Father; He is not the second person of a triune Godhead (John 14:7, 15:24, Col 2:2-3).
Rom 16:17 Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned, and avoid them
Call upon Yahweh to be Saved
Isa 43:11 I am Yahweh, and beside me there is no Savior
Those who are responsible for translating the scriptures have attempted to conceal the fact that Yahweh is the Only true Savior (2 Cor 4:4, Col 1:15, 1 Tim 1:17, John 6:27, Eph 1:13-14).
Act 4:12 Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved
- According to Judaic traditions, the name Yahweh was to sacred to be spoken, contrary to what Yahweh commanded (Gen 4:26, 1 Kings 18:24, 1 Chron 16:8, Psa 99:6, 145:3).
- Using the same distorted logic, if Acts 4:12, and Eph 1:21, are referring to the name of Jesus Christ, and if this name is far above every name in this world, one could also say this name was too holy to speak out loud.
- In fact, if Yahweh gave Jesus a name that is above all others, it would be greater than His own name as well (Phil 2:9).
When asked which is the great commandment in the law, our Messiah said ” thou shalt love Yahweh thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might” (Deuteronomy 6:5, Mark 12:30-31, Luke 10:25-27).
In Acts 4:12, the word must (as in the name by which we must be saved), means what is required to attain something. The name required to obtain Salvation according to Isaiah 45:21, Joel 2:32, and Isa 43:11, is Yahweh.
Joel 2:32 And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of Yahweh shall be delivered (or Saved)…
When confronted with verses such as Joel 2:32, and Isa 45:21 (that have been properly transliterated), many will say that the name used to address our Savior does not matter (contrary to what Yahweh commands), because God knows we are speaking to Him. This is entirely untrue, for Yahweh is demanding and even zealous, with regards to His children calling upon His name.
Exo 34:14 For thou shalt worship no other god except for Yahweh, for I am jealous of my name, and a jealous God
Psa 99:5 Exalt ye Yahweh your God, and worship at his footstool; for he is holy
In many Old Testament scriptures it is clearly stated that Yahweh is the only Savior, and His name endures forever; He also declares that His people are not to recognize any other God besides Him (Psa 72:17, Hosea 13:4).
Ezek 39:7 So will I make my holy name known in the midst of my people Israel; and I will not let them profane my holy name any more: and the Nations shall know that I am Yahweh, the Holy One in Israel
Yahweh and the one they call Jesus cannot both be Saviors. The Spirit of Yahweh (who is called the Father) dwelt in Messiah the Savior (in the person of the Son); One God revealed in one person.
Psalms 145:3 Great is Yahweh, and greatly (is His name) to be praised as His greatness is unsearchable
Isa 61:1 The Spirit of Yahweh is upon me; because Yahweh hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek…
When taught by Yahweh’s Spirit, we will not be deceived by the false teachers or follow their carnal or earthly fables (1 Tim 3:16, 1 Cor 2:13-14, 2 Tim 4:3-4).
Messiah is the image of Yahweh
Our Savior is eternal, and His Spirit existed prior to His earthly arrival in the flesh. He created all things by His spoken word. Also, He declared before Abraham was I AM (John 8:58, 17:5, Col 1:17, Rev 1:5-8).
The One who is called Messiah, was manifest in the flesh to take away the sins of the world; in order for Him to be the Savior, He must also be Yahweh.
- Jesus is written into the scriptures as a Savior (Mat 1:21), but this saviorship contradicts what Yahweh declared to be true (Isa 45:21, Mat 1:22-23).
- The name of Jesus is not mentioned in the Old Testament.
- Neither Moses, or the prophets, wrote of a Jesus of Nazareth, and Jesus is not the son of Joseph (John 1:45).
Isa 43:3 For I am Yahweh your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Savior
As the Only Savior, the promised Messiah not only came with the Father’s name, He declared that He is the Father (John 10:30).
John 5:43 I am come with my Father’s name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive
John 10:30 I and my Father are one
A better interpretation of this verse is, I Am indeed the Father, I AM One. The word and, is introduced inappropriately as a separator. Also, the word my needs to be removed as it is inserted without warrant, and the word are, is used in error suggesting a plurality of persons. A simple word study will confirm these facts.
Isaiah 7:14 Therefore Yahweh shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel (meaning Yahweh is with us)
The word and (G 2532), is incorrectly inserted into hundreds of verses in the Bible, even though the proper word to be utilized is usually one of the following – also, indeed, even so, or likewise.
The Greek word kai (G 2532) is used primarily as a connector as it joins together words or word groups. When we insert the correct word(s) into 1 John 2:22, and 2 John 1:9, it becomes evident that the word and, is utilized to create the illusion that the Father and the Son are not one and the same.
1 John 2:22 Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son
- Who is a liar but he that denies that Yahweh is the Messiah? He is an adversary of the Messiah, that denies that the Father is indeed the Son (1 John 2:22).
- For that child who was born of a virgin, is the Son of Yahweh. He is also the everlasting Father. Jesus cannot be the correct name used in 1 John 2:22, for our Messiah Himself gave us the true interpretation of Psa 110:1 (the LORD said unto my Lord), when He declared that David called his Messiah Yahweh (John 1:34, Isa 9:6, Mar 12:35-37).
1 John 2:23 Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father
The word hath, in 1 John 2:23, carries with it the meaning of to possess, acquire or obtain. For this reason, those who confess the Son have the Father, for the Son is the manifestation of the Father in the flesh (Math 11:27, Luke 10:22, Isa 9:6).
2 John 1:9 Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son
Whosoever transgresses, and abides not in the teachings of Messiah, has not Yahweh. He that abides in the teachings of Messiah, he has indeed the Father (who is) also the Son.
Yahweh our Messiah is the way, the truth, and the words he speaks are unto everlasting life. His followers then must willingly and completely submit to Him. This is when we receive the power from on high to endure until the end, and then receive the gift of Salvation upon His return (Mat 24:13, 2 Thes 1:4, 2 Tim 4:3, John 14:6, James 4:7).
Rev 21:6 And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the well of the water of life freely
Messiah the Savior said unto her, whosoever drinks of this water shall thirst again: But whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life (John 4:13-14).
Isa 12:3 Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salvation
Isa 12:4 And in that day shall ye say, Praise Yahweh, call upon his name, declare his doings among the people, make mention that his name is exalted
What does the lord said unto my lord mean
The LORD said unto my Lord, represents a distorted translation where the name of Yahweh has been deleted. Woe unto those who penned this deception.
How say the scribes that Messiah is the Son of David (Mar 12:35).
For David himself said, Yahweh said to my lord (my lord referring to David), sit thou on my right hand, till I make thine enemies my footstool (Mar 12:36).
If David therefore himself calls him Yahweh, how then can it be that he is his son? And many of the people heard him with great pleasure (Mar 12:37).
The words him, and he, both refer to David’s Messiah in Mark 12:37.
Psalms 118:26 Blessed is he that cometh with the name of Yahweh…
- Our Messiah, as well as David himself, both confirm that the LORD said unto my Lord, is a false translation.
- If David’s Messiah is Yahweh (who manifest Himself in the flesh, 1 Tim 3:16), how could there be another savior named Jesus?
When the deception is removed from Psalms 110:1, it becomes very obvious that this verse is not about the Father instructing the Son to sit at his right hand.
Two eternally distinct persons, who are both called God (having a conversation in the Heavens), cannot be one God. It is futile to even try and understand the trinity, because it is not scriptural, logical, spiritual or possible.
This title of Lord, is not derived from the name of Yahweh, and as such it is not a transliteration nor a translation.
Psa 105:1 O give thanks unto Yahweh; call upon his name: make known his deeds among the people