Explaining the first of the famous Ten Commandments to show that no matter how you translate it – it is forbidden to engage in the worship or association of any god/spirit.
This explanation aims to show that when the angel of the LORD says such things as ‘I am… God’ (Gen 31:11, 31:13) – that such is simply forwarding the words of God, and not a claim that the angel is making for itself.
We have already learned that the angel of the LORD is not necessarily the same being (e.g. is not Christ) in every instance that it is mentioned – from the article which explains that the angel of the LORD in Luke 2:9, 2:11 cannot be Christ as it was informing men on earth that Christ had just been born. That article can be read here.
These will ideally assist a person grasp the word better, and also understand that the mistaken man-made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’ does not agree with Holy Scripture.
1 Corinthians 15:27; ‘Everything Under’ Christ – Explained (There Is No ‘Trinity’ feat. Matthew 28:18)
1 Corinthians 15:27 is explained out of love, and the chief aim is to show how it does not speak of the incorrect man-made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’.
A number of other verses which are similar will also inturn be explained such as 1 Corinthians 15:28, Ephesians 1:22, Mark 14:62, Mark 16:19, Matthew 28:18.
The aim of this explanation of Holy Scripture is to peaceably share how in no place does it, or any other Scripture allow for human sacrifice – rather, the verse uses the word ‘ransom’ in a unique way as the Law of Moses and the rest of Holy Scripture forbid human sacrifice (Deuteronomy 24:16, Jeremiah 31:30, Ezekiel 18:20 etc.).
This explanation aims to show that ‘the angel of the LORD’, is not necessarily the same angel in every instance. Such would inturn mean that the incorrect man made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’ – which typically counts every instance of ‘angel of the LORD’ (especially in the Old Testament) as being a reference for it meaning it is Christ appearing – as incorrect.
The purpose of this explanation of Holy Scripture, is to show how both 1 John 5:7 and 5:8 do not speak of the man made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’.
Rather, verse 7 speaks of heaven and how God, Christ, and God’s Holy Spirit are unified (Christ serves God, the Holy Spirit comes from God – these do God’s will).
And verse 8 speaks of earth and how a successful baptism by believing in Christ is so important, and is thus to be sought after rather than the approval of men.
This explanation will explain the risen King Messiah’s (Christ’s) instructions for baptism verse by verse, and also break down the formula line by line.
Then, what it means to be baptised in the name of the Lord ‘Jesus Christ’ (ref. Acts 2:38), will also be explained.
Here we will see;
■ Proverbs Confirming Christ Was Created, New Testament Confirming His ‘Nickname’ As ‘Wisdom’.
(Proverbs 8:12, 8:22 NASB, Luke 7:35, Matthew 11:19)
■ Everlasting Life By Believing In Wisdom (Christ)
(With the above; Proverbs 8:35, Isaiah 28:16, Ephesians 2:20, John 3:16 KJV)
■ Christ As Wisdom, And Was There At The Beginning Of The Rest Of Creation (Proverbs 8:12, 8:21-22 NASB, 8:24-29, 8:35 ESV)
■ Isaiah Writes The Words of Christ Speaking; How He Was There At The Beginning Even In Genesis 1:26 – However, With The Other Dot Points Here And Commentary; This Does Not Mean The ‘Trinity’ Is Real.
(Isaiah 48:16, with the above and Genesis 1:16)
The aim of this explanation is to share the meaning and sense if the word ‘Godhead’, and how it does not in any way refer to the incorrect man-made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’.
The aim of this explanation is to simply show that John 20:28 is in no way a verse which supports the man made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’ – therefore it does not state that Christ is G-d.
Here, Colossians 1:15 is lightly re-translated – with the explanation and proofs shared. The purpose is to gain a clearer understanding of what it is communicating – and as a derrivitive this will also show us that there is no such thing as the ‘trinity’.
Sharing the more accurate rendering of Psalm 45:6-7 complete with brief explanation – showing how there is no ‘trinity’ within it. Shalom.
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.
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.
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’.
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.