The name of the Messiah (Christ) – the created, righteous Son of G-d, has appeared in and has reportadly been translated back and forth through several languages – such as Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and back to Greek.
This explanation shares the variants, language rescource(s) and even variants to the names of other men that appear in the Bible.
‘Echad’: How Mark Shows Us It Simply Means G-d Is One, Not Three, And That There Is No Other (Deuteronomy 6:4, Mark 12:32).
The purpose of this explanation is to demonstrate the context of what Deuteronomy 6:4 means when it says ‘…the LORD is one.’.
Some feel that the Hebrew word (echad) that is translated as ‘one’ can also mean ‘united’, and thus they will mistakenly try to associate this with the man-made incorrect 3-in-1 doctrine known as the ‘trinity’.
What we do find is that Scripture answers Scripture here, with regard to the context of Deuteronomy 6:4 – as it is clarified in Mark 12:32; ‘…there is no other.’
An interesting current day extrabiblical reference will also be shared, which agrees with the fuller scope of Holy Scripture in this instance.
How Prayer Actually Works: ‘…ask for anything in my name, and I will do it.’ (John 14:13-14, 14:16 Explained)
These two verses are being highlighted to try to explain the basics of how prayer Actually works.
From this we will see how here is no ‘trinity’ implied in the verses, by explaining two main facts, which briefly are;
A) Do we ask Christ for things in prayer?
No. The correct translation for these two verses in this instance is the KJV, which does not instruct any such thing.
B) What does it mean when it says Christ ‘will do it’ in both verses?
After we read John 14:16 with our two subject verses, we see that one of Christ’s duties is to pray to the Father – and this is consistent with other verses such as Isaiah 53:12 and Romans 8:34 which both state Christ ‘intercedes’ for people to G-d.
This is what Christ does as high priest in the order of Melchizadek (Psalm 110:4, Hebrews 5:10);
A person prays to G-d in Christ’s name (in honor/recognition of), and then Christ intercedes on our behalf with G-d.
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.
Some other matters touched upon as a derivative are listed in the table of contents;
Table Of Contents
■ Introduction And Explanation
■ Angels and Men Referred To As ‘gods’
■ Breaking The Commandment Is Forbidden And May Lead To Disqualification (Eventual Death, Perishing)
■ Encouragement And Exhortation To Those Who Are Currently Occult Idolaters (e.g. Beast/Devil Worship).
■ We Have One High Priest And Mediator
This explanation aims to show that when the angel of the LORD says such things as ‘I am… God’ (Genesis 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 if the incorrect man-made doctrine known as the ‘trinity’.
Instead, the verse is showing us that G-d has put Christ all things in subjection to Christ, except for G-d Himself.
A number of other verses which are similar will also inturn be explained.
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 forbids human sacrifice (Deuteronomy 24:16, Jeremiah 31:30, Ezekiel 18:20 etc.).
Instead, when the verse says ‘ransom’, it speaks of the Messiah’s (Christ’s) personal walk and obedience until death – to fulfil prophecy spoken of himself, and be declared High Priest in the order of Melchizadek forever to then intercede for the sins of many (Psalm 110:4, 45:7, Isaiah 53:11-12).
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.
This is intended to be done very briefly, by sharing the account of when Christ (Messiah) was born on the earth – and at the same time, the angel of the LORD appeared before some people with the glory of the LORD surrounding them all in another place.
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 of the word ‘Godhead’, and how it does not in any way refer to the mistaken 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.
Instead we will see that righteous Thomas references Psalm 84:3 to Christ, out of love of the word;
‘speaking to one another with psalms…’
(Ephesians 5:19 NIV)
Such conduct and reverence of God’s Holy Scriptures is a pleasing thing to God and worshipful to Him.
In this instance the application of the Psalm is highly contextual.
‘Christ Is The Image [Representation] Of The Invisible God’ – (Colossians 1:15 Translated More Clearly)
Here, Colossians 1:15 is lightly re-translated – with the explanation and proofs shared.
The purpose is to gain a clearer in that the verse is simply telling us that Christ is a representative/representation of G-d.
As a derrivitive this also will all show us that there is no such thing as the mistaken ‘trinity’ doctrine.
Many English translations render all instances of the word ‘god’ in Psalm 45:6-7 with a capital letter ‘G’ – even when speaking about the Messiah (Christ).
This can create confusion and lead a believer to mistakenly think that this passage supports the incorrect ‘trinity’ doctrine, as a consequence.
The following clearer translation assists a person in reading the verses in their proper context.
May this rendering of the passage be fruitful;
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.
A word rule is briefly looked at to help with understanding this, and with this, we see that worship/glory belongs to the Holy G-d (the Father) only.
As an example, John 1:14 will also be translated more clearly in accordance with a word rule.
Showing how the popular phrase rendered in English ‘…I am…’, actually means ‘I existed’ in the book of John, upon review of the Strong’s Concordance.
Thus, Christ in no place claims to be G-d, rather is simply communicating that he existed in heaven, before Abraham existed.
This statement angered the dear scribes and Pharisees as it meant that the Messiah (Christ) was infact claiming that he had actually seen Abraham the Patriarch who lived thousands of years prior on the earth (ref. John 8:57).
This simple explanation of Holy Scripture is submitted civilly and out of love.
It aims to show how Scripture states that G-d is not a man or a son of man, and thus how King Jesus (Yehoshua) cannot be G-d as he is known as both a man and the son of man, who G-d created.
John 1:1 is thus explained contextually.