Sharing the more accurate rendering of Psalm 45:6-7 complete with brief explanation - showing how there is no 'trinity' within it. Shalom.
Sharing the explanation of Galatians 5:15 and how it does not abolish the commandment of circumcision, though is emphasising the importance of a 'new creation'.
Sharing the explanation of Galatians 4:9-11 and how in context the verse does not abolish the Sabbath, Feasts, or Torah Law in any place.
Sharing a video explanation of how Isaiah 9:6 does not speak of the incorrect man-made doctrine known as the 'trinity'. Further, a published Hebrew contextual translation of the verse is also shared - it to, demonstrates no reference to the 'trinity'. Shalom and kind regards.
Sharing the explanation of how 1 Corinthians 7:1 actually speaks of the instruction to ‘not touch the opposite gender, except for your spouse, or certain close relatives…’ (Negiah).
Sharing the explanation of how the whole chapter of 1 Corinthians 7 deals with relationships and the like, and in no way abolishes the commandment of circumcision.
Sharing the explanation of how Acts 15 does not abolish the commandment of circumcision.
Sharing the explanation of how Acts 16:1-3 in no place abolishes circumcision, and in no way says that the disciple Timothy was circumcised against his will, or to please others.
Sharing the explanation of Galatians 5:11; how the apostle Paul preaches circumcision.
Sharing the explanation of Galatians 5:2; how the commandment of circumcision was never abolished.
Sharing the brief explanation of Galatians 3:23.
Sharing the brief explanation of Galatians 3:24.
Explaining Romans 10:4; '...Christ is the end of the law for...', and what it means.
Showing from Holy Scripture that Christ (Messiah) cannot be worshipped, however can be honored as the risen King Messiah. And with this, that worship/glory belongs to the Holy G-d (the Father) only.
Isaiah 53:10 explained showing where Holy Scripture prophesied the resurrection of Christ/Messiah.
Verse by verse; Israel the servant - man or nation. *Isaiah 41:8-9 – Nation (plural). *Isaiah 43:10 – Nation (plural). *Isaiah 44:1-2 – Nation (plural). *Isaiah 44:21 – Nation (plural). *Isaiah 45:4 – Nation (plural). *Isaiah 48:20 – Nation (plural). *Isaiah 49:3 – Messiah (Christ) (singular). *Isaiah 49:5 – interpretation included in *Isaiah 49:3 explanation. *Isaiah 49:8 & 42:6 – Messiah (Christ) (singular). *Isaiah 53:10 & 53:11 – Messiah (Christ) (singular).
Sharing how Isaiah 49:3 and 49:5 are a key to confirming the suffering 'righteous servant' of Isaiah 53 is not a nation - though rather, the servant indeed one man, the risen Lord Jesus Christ (Adonai Yehoshua the Messiah).
Sharing how the Letter to the Gentiles features four things for new believers to begin with and abstain from. The items are explained in a little more detail along the way.
A brief summary showing some of the blessings of the New Covenant, what it is, and how believing in Christ (Messiah) is the only possible way to receive such.
Reviewing Scripture, showing how Christ (Messiah) has always been sinless, and the reason why he was baptised in water.
Reviewing the instruction found in Matthew 28:8-12 from the King Messiah (Christ) - for all believers.
Here the clearer interpretation of Colossians 2:14 is explained, showing that the Law was of Moses was never abolished or 'nailed to the cross'.
Two verses which demonstrate the approach a believer takes, with their repentance when hearing the gospel (good news) are Romans 3:28 and 3:31
Here, John 8:58 is explained in context - without malice - in order to show that when the Messiah (Christ) said '...I am…', that this simply means 'he existed, before Abraham'.
When speaking on the Law of Moses (Torah), Matthew 22:40 can be hard to understand. What a person needs to keep in mind when reading it is the word 'depend' (ESV) and/or 'hangs' (KJV).
With regard to John 1:1, we could perhaps touch upon linguistic word rules and the like - however, here for sake of simplicity; we will rely upon the context of Holy Scripture.
'Israel' and 'servant' - The Nation (plural) interpretation, and the Messiah [Christ] (singular) interpretations, and where they apply.
When the risen King Messiah (Christ) was crucified, some of his very last words were...
'...this well known phrase is actually the lead-up to the core context of the verse which is located toward the end of it - when it says; '...justified by faith.'