Prophet Pearls #17 – Yitro (Isaiah 6:1-7:6; 9:5-6)

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We learn more about the “Seraphim” and why the Septuagint didn’t translate this word. Gordon provides word studies on “kadosh,” “kodesh,” “kadish,” and “Kiddush” and diagrams key words in the final verses to clarify which words are subjects and which is the direct object. Gordon closes by praying in Hebrew and English, using these attributes and titles of Yehovah to ask that we would soon come together under the eternal reign of the Prince of Peace.

"And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is Yehovah of hosts: the whole earth is full of His glory." Isaiah 6:3

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The prophet said to the House of David that a boy was born to us, a son was given to us; and he accepted upon himself to keep the Torah, and his name is called in the presence of the Wonderful Counselor, Almighty God Who Lives Forever, "The Messiah in Whose Days Peace Will Increase Upon Us".

Targum Jonathan, Isaiah 9:6[5] (Nehemia's translation)

 

The prophet said to the house of David, For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and he will accept the law upon himself to keep it, and his name will be called before the Wonderful Counselor, the Mighty God, existing forever, "The messiah in whose days peace will increase upon us."

The Isaiah Targum, Translated by Bruce Chilton, page 21

 

Isaiah 6:3
וְקָרָא זֶה אֶל זֶה וְאָמַר קָדוֹשׁ קָדוֹשׁ קָדוֹשׁ יְהוָה צְבָאוֹת מְלֹא כָל הָאָרֶץ כְּבוֹדוֹ:
And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is the LORD of hosts: the whole earth is full of his glory.

 

Jeremiah 22:29
אֶרֶץ אֶרֶץ אָרֶץ שִׁמְעִי דְּבַר יְהוָה:
O earth, earth, earth, hear the word of the LORD.

 

Ezekiel 21:27[32] עַוָּה עַוָּה עַוָּה אֲשִׂימֶנָּה גַּם זֹאת לֹא הָיָה עַד בֹּא אֲשֶׁר לוֹ הַמִּשְׁפָּט וּנְתַתִּיו:
I will overturn, overturn, overturn, it: and it shall be no more, until he come whose right it is; and I will give it him.

37 thoughts on “Prophet Pearls #17 – Yitro (Isaiah 6:1-7:6; 9:5-6)

  1. Hi Nehemiah,

    I always enjoy your biblical insights. May HaShem bless your soul and mind as you continue seeking His revelation for you!

    Regarding Isaiah 9:6, I see no consistency between the Septuagint, the Targum of Isaiah, and the Masoretic text. It’s curious also that the JPS translation of 1917 renders it like this:

    “For a child is born unto us,
    A son is given unto us;
    And the government is upon his shoulder;
    And his name is called
    aPele-joez-el-gibbor-Abi-ad-sar-shalom (Wonderful in counsel is God, the Mighty, the Everlasting Father, the Ruler of peace).”

    You know the JPS is based on the Masoretic texts.

    It also intrigues me the fact that after the destruction of the 2nd temple there were many Jewish attempts to edit those texts in the Tanakh that made reference to the Messiah, altering in many cases their semantic as to remove any connexion to Jesus.

    From the NT point of view, it is obvious that Jesus is not the Father, and that his ministry and mission was subject to His will. I absolutely reject how the Catholic Church portrayed him theologically. But that Jesus understood himself to be pre-existent, to have come out of the Father, and that from eternity he had always been connected to the Father as the living Word–the Menra–, is not difficult to appreciate in his teachings. Like the famous historian and Jewish scholar (non-believer in Jesus as Messiah) Daniel Boyarin infers in his book “The Jewish Gospels”: That many “believed that God had a divine deputy or emissary or even son, exalted above all the angels, who functioned as an intermediary between God and the world in creation, revelation, and redemption. Many Jews believed that redemption was going to be effected by a human being, an actual hidden scion of the house of David—an Anastasia—who at a certain point would take up the scepter and the sword, defeat Israel’s enemies, and return her to her former glory. Others believed that the redemption was going to be effected by that same second divine figure mentioned above and not a human being at all. And still others believed that these two were one and the same, that the Messiah of David would be the divine Redeemer.” He then quotes very antiques sources, way to many to quote here, but you can always check his book…

    So, the idea of a divine Messiah was not develop by gentile Christians but was an integral concept to Jewish theology in Jesus days.

    If we can ascribe any credibility to the Gospels, we must consciously accept that what made the Jesus’ case unique in the history of Israel and of the world, is the fact that his disciples claimed to have shared with him for 40 consecutive days after he resurrected. After that experience they became bold, joyful, determined, and governed by a single purpose: to proclaim Jesus’ life and teachings to the whole world. We either accept or reject Jesus’ disciples account of his resurrection. If we reject it, we must explain the power to perform extraordinary miracles, like resurrection of the dead, the healing of paralytic, etc. If we accept Jesus’ resurrection as a possibility, then why not accept his own testimony that he is the Messiah of Israel and of the world, and that his first mission was to reconcile humanity to God by atoning for our planet’s sin, and then sending his disciples to advance the spiritual principles of his kingdom prior to him coming to establish it physically?

    Either Jesus was real or invented. He either resurrected or didn’t. And if he did, he most assuredly is the Son of God in a sense and dimension we are not yet able to grasp, and he was the Messiah predicted to first bring peace to the hearts of those who believe in his mission, and later everlasting peace to his world when he comes back a second time to renew the earth, eradicate the curse of sin and its effect from the earth, and install his kingdom after resurrecting the righteous ones of all generations.

    Shalom to you!

  2. Hi Nehemia, your insight on Isa 9:6 was fascinating and I wondered about the translation of “וַיִּקְרָ֨א שְׁמ֜וֹ” – and while it is certainly possible that שַׂר־שָׁלֽוֹם was the object, I also found other instances where the “normal” translation seems to be a possibility. What are your thoughts on the following examples? Gen 35:8, Ex 17:15 – there are other examples but it seems possible that the entire clause following וַיִּקְרָ֨א שְׁמ֜וֹ could be the object and hence the name. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this. Once again, thanks for a fascinating discussion.

  3. Nehemia, I’m confused. In the Hebrew, is Is. 9:5 expressed in the past tense, or the future? JPS has the fulfillment of Is. 9:6 in future tense, “…may be firmly established…shall bring this to pass.” Yet you translated the last part of 9:5 in past tense “…and the wonderful counsellor the great god the eternal Father called His name the Prince of Peace.” So it’s messianic either way, but referring to a future moshiach, or the one Christians believe has already come?

  4. Wow. I’ll start with the seraphim first. The serpent on a stick has become today’s medical system, also translated as witchcraft and pharmakia.
    The most righteous Hezekiah, King of Israel, destroyed the “bronze serpent” Mosheh made, because “the people were worshipping it.” Numbers 21:9 and 2nd Kings 18:4 And he was probably called most righteous because he was the only one who had the guts to do it.
    The symbol of a serpent on a stick is a common logo of medicine to this day. It is painted on EMT’s clothing, and on the sides of ambulances, and on pharmacy signs and equipment.
    In closing this topic of the serpent on the stick, or the bronze serpent, it is not always used for the good, so be aware.
    Next, I want Nehemia to know how much I appreciate his Hebrew translations. Since age 4 I knew there was a Messiah, and there was also God his Father. I think it is idolatry to ignore the good news of the kingdom which is from the first in Genesis, and woven like a blue thread through the book of the Revelation, which is this: In the beginning YHWH Elohim created the heaven and the earth, and the seas, and the fountains of water. Fear Elohim for His judgment is eminent. (period) If you hear another good news, it is false. Use a search engine and type the words “heaven, earth, seas (or water) three words together or separate, and see how many times this good news is mentioned through the whole books. Pretty amazing!
    Yahushua “my Messiah” never lifted himself as equal to YHWH his Father and our Father. YHWH esteems His son. Yahushua ALWAYS gave/gives esteem to YHWH our Father and The Creator, just as he showed John in the book of the Revelation. . If only Christian’s would hear his words to our Father in John Chapter 17, maybe they could grasp this gospel, then the world would be a lot better off, and people would stop calling themselves Elohim.
    Love Prophet Pearls and all you guys do! Shalom

  5. Nehemia, I figure if anyone knew the answer to this, or had any opinion, it might be you and since you referenced the Greek word “hagios” in this episode I thought I’d ask you here.

    In addition to being translated as “holy” this Greek word is translated as “saint” 61 times. The New Testament author Paul was said to have invented approximately 20 Greek words to convey a Hebraic thought which had previously had no Greek equivalent. Hagios is said to be one of those. It is said to have came from the Hebrew word for feast, khag/חג. Hagios/saint was first meant to refer to a feast keeper. I even understand a popular online lexicon admitted to this etymological connection but has since wiped all information about this, and understandably so as it would weaken the arguement that the Torah was done away with by early christians.

    Do you have any opinion, or direct evidence of this connection?

  6. Even as a gentile who has joined himself to YHVH, To minister to Him, and to love the name of YHVH, To be His servant and keep from profaning the sabbath and hold fast His covenant –
    There remained a concern that I would be as the foreigners who were resettled in Samaria during the time of King Hosea who “did not know the manner of the God of the land” hence bringing judgement on their head.

    But the Holy One of Israel has sent a teaching priest named Nehemia Gordon who loves truth and peace to dwell among the gentiles, to teach us the “manner of the God of the land” and how we should fear his name.

    Let us take a firm hold of Nehemiah’s “garment” and say “We will go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.”

    • PRAISE YAHSHUA ALL,

      Not to be different but the ten men are the lost ten tribes of YISRAEL, THE YEHUDITE YAHSHUA, AS NONE WILL SET ANYTHING STRAIGHTER THAN HIM.

      YESHUATI IS ONLY YAHSHUA FOR ME.

      Nehemiah? An instrument yes, but not a fulfilment.

      SHALOM LOVE IN YAHSHUA.

      • Margie.

        One of the greatest truths to remember in the study of Holy Scripture is:
        ‘If it does not say it… do not add to it’.
        Has not YHVH himself declared it.
        (Proverbs 30:5-6)

        “Every word of God is tried: He is a shield unto them that take refuge in him.”
        “Don’t add anything to his words; or he will rebuke you, and you be found a liar.”

      • Agree, a very powerful instrument working toward the fulfillment. Nehemia, a very powerful teaching on Isa 9:5 and 6. Thanks Brother.

  7. I found that whenever vayiqra sh’mo is written in this form in the Tanak (as well as in all cases of vayiqra et sh’mo), what immediately follows is always the name of the recipient (child) and never the name of the subject. There are no exceptions. Gen 25:25-26 is the first identical usage. Should Isaiah 9 be the sole exception?

  8. So many comments, be encouraged, encouraged, encouraged!
    NG your knowledge of the language and text always blows me away! Praying for you during the Abib search and the rest of these recordings!

    Thank you never seems to really cover the joy I recieve from listening to you!
    Please never stop!

  9. Nehemia, I found your reading of the Is 9:5,6/6,7 passage very interesting. I always appreciate your straightforward approach to Hebrew grammar. I am surprised in this passage, as confusing as it can be with the list of names/titles, that there is no “et” to clarify the meaning. Do you think that (missing “et”) odd?

    I am looking forward to next week’s portion. Thank you for doing this.

    • Not strange at all. ET and prepositions tend to be dropped in poetry. The style of most prophecies is poetic. I’m not talking about the content being poetry, but the style of the language, which is very distinct in Hebrew.

  10. What a joy it was to consider Isaiah’s [Yesaiyahu’s] heavenly encounter that included some visibility our thrice-holy El. Intriguing to me was how Keith mentioned some “other place” where the 3X-holy is mentioned, causing the Hebrew scholar to search and find that location in the writing of the Yochanan’s [John’s] revelation of an Hebrew…[keep reading]. If it weren’t for chapter divisions (made by scribes), there would be an instant discovery in the following verses in that Hebrew author’s Heavenly revelation [vision] of Someone who answers the almah and echad questions, thus answering the Who of Isaiah 9:6-7. Fascinating to me is Nehemia’s scholarly rendering of verse 6 [in English], aligning the Hebrew grammar in such a way to make name of the Son to be born unto us to be, Prince of Peace, and those titles preceding it describing YeHoVaH. A true pearl indeed! Yet, our Hebrew University scholar missed the use of this scripture in what he calls “[Keith’s] book.” True: There is no verbatim verse of that passage by the Hebrew writers of the Brit Chadasha, but that would be too elementary. Consider another Jewish Hebrew author, Luke, in his offering found in Luke 2:11.

    Therefore, all contemporaneous critiques of the Hellenized ‘Christ’, and the associated ‘Christendom’ (as called for as they are) seemingly detract from the validity of the Hebrew continuity within the Brit Chadasha when compared to the Tahnak. Don’t forget that those writings come from Jewish Hebrews, who didn’t have clouds in the way [almah, echad] when looking to Heaven for the One [to come, or…] on the throne. Look again in those Heavenly visions given in YAH’s word; praying for the One to come very well could be seen [Revelation 4:8 – 5: 14]. Amidst those spectacularly impressive Seraphim–WOW!!!–there can be seen the true Hebrew [Davidic] Root we all desire. In love: Look again, and…keep reading.

  11. Isaiah 9:6 (5) Septuagint

    ὅτι παιδίον ἐγεννήθη ἡμῖν υἱὸς καὶ ἐδόθη ἡμῖν οὗ ἡ ἀρχὴ ἐγενήθη ἐπὶ τοῦ ὤμου αὐτοῦ καὶ καλεῖται τὸ ὄνομα αὐτοῦ μεγάλης βουλῆς ἄγγελος ἐγὼ γὰρ ἄξω εἰρήνην ἐπὶ τοὺς ἄρχοντας εἰρήνην καὶ ὑγίειαν αὐτῷ

    For a child was born to us and a son was given to us – whose rule was made on his shoulders; and his name is called “Messenger of great counsel,” for I will bring peace to the princes, peace and well-being to him.

  12. I see a lot of correlation between this Prophet pearl and Zachariah 3
    see if you guys agree?
    Isaiah 6:6
    Then one of the seraphim flew to me with a burning coal in his hand, which he had taken from the altar with tongs.
    Zechariah 3:2
    The Lord said to Satan, “The Lord rebuke you, Satan! Indeed, the Lord who has chosen Jerusalem rebuke you! Is this not a brand plucked from the fire?

    Isaiah 6:7
    7 He touched my mouth with it and said, “Behold, this has touched your lips; and your iniquity is taken away and your sin is forgiven.
    Zechariah 3:4
    He spoke and said to those who were standing before him, saying, “Remove the filthy garments from him.” Again he said to him, “See, I have taken your iniquity away from you and will clothe you with festal robes.”

    Isaiah 9:6
    For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us;
    And the GOVERNMENT will rest on His shoulders;
    And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
    Eternal Father, Prince of Peace.
    Zechariah 3:7
    “Thus says the Lord of hosts, ‘If you will walk in My ways and if you will perform My service, then you will also GOVERN My house and also have charge of My courts, and I will grant you free access among these who are standing here.

    Some comments to consider, just thoughts, nothing solid, but plenty of questions hopefully nehemiah and Keith read this.

    Isaiah 6:5 mentions that Isaiah sees the King Yehovah
    Could this be The father in Melchizadek form as we know Abraham paid Tithe and talked with Melchizadek.
    Could Governing my house, my service my courts to me would be the changing of the priesthood in Melchizadek order to Joshua (high priest/Messiah)?

    Is The brand Messiah/high priest?
    Is the burning coal that takes iniquity away and covers Isaiah’s sin be Yehovah/Melchizadek?

  13. Psalm 104:4
    He makes winds his messengers, flames of fire his servants.

    Hebrews 1:7And of the angels He says, “WHO MAKES HIS ANGELS WINDS, AND HIS MINISTERS A FLAME OF FIRE.”

  14. Great revelation from Isaiah 9:6! I was just talking today with a group who consider Jesus to be the Father. This idea has been around a long time and was actually considered a false teaching in the early Christian church (see Sabellianism , Patripassionism, and the heresy of the Noetians). The English mis-translation of Isaiah 9:6 is often one of the foundational verses for this false teaching. Your translation (which also agrees with the Complete Jewish Bible) actually supports early Christian church teaching that the Yeshua was not the eternal Father.

  15. Thank you, thank you, thank you! For shedding a bright light on IS 9:5,6 (6,7) I have always had a problem understanding those titles applied to Yeshua. Now I see what it really is saying and it finally makes perfect sense!!!
    May Yehova greatly bless you for the restoration of truth that you are sharing with us.

  16. Listened to this today, and really enjoyed it, as always. I had a couple to comments to toss into the conversation. Both of you are so brilliant, but bear with me.
    Re: Isaiah saw the Lord sitting on the throne, and the train of His robe filled the temple/house. You commented on the dilemma of “seeing the Lord” and living. Jacob in wrestled with a Man (capital M in NKJV) but says in Genesis 32:30 says he has “seen God face to face, and my life is preserved.” If he wrestled all night with a Man who touched his hip and altered it, and had the authority to give him a new name, and Jacob says he saw God face to face, then I believe this is referring to Yeshua the Messiah in a pre-incarnate appearance.

    Moses in the Exodus conversation you brought up sees God’s back. God told Moses that His glory will pass by. When Moses sees His back, I think he was seeing God’s latter glory, which would be looking back through Messiah, the mediator between God and man who alone is the one capable of taking away our sin. God is outside of time, so He could as easily show Moses a view of Him looking through Messiah at God rather than looking at God in looking forward to Messiah coming.

    Re: the name of the Child, Nehemiah said the New Testament does not make the claim that Yeshua is Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. (5 names in NKJV, Keith). While not directly saying these same words, Jesus says in John 14:7, 9, & 11 that if you have seen Jesus, you have seen the Father. Holy Spirit is called our Counselor elsewhere, and Jesus promised to send Holy Spirit to His followers. Also, John 14:27 records Jesus giving us His peace. He leaves it with us and He gives it to us, not as the world gives which to me means not the same peace that I could say to you as human to human. Paul claims that Yeshua is the image of the invisible God and the Creator in Colossians 1. Also, Ephesians 2:14 says that Yeshua is our peace. These seem to me to be New Testament examples of where each of the names (for Keith’s counting: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace) apply to Yeshua.

    • Could it be possible that jacob seeing God face to face be Melchizadek like his Grandfather did? Mechizadek means King of Righteousness.

        • Nehemia, are you saying that Melchisadek is/was the same as Yehovah? It seemed like that was what your reply meant, but I wasn’t sure.

          • I think we’re talking about different things. My understanding is that Malchizedek was a Jebusite king who was a Priest to Yehovah the Most High God Creator of Heaven and Earth.

          • Okay. I was referring to your reply to Rich Pogin and Moises Grijalva above. Your reply seemed to be indirectly answering “Yes” to Mr. Grijalva’s question. Your reply is now gone, however.

            Thank you, by the way, for taking the time to read and respond to these comments.

            Shavua tov, Nehemia.

          • I was just thinking out loud as to how some prophets could see Yehovah and others merely could see his back. Almost like he has different forms in which some are able see his Glory. Is the theme in Zachariah 3 a changing in Priesthood or a declaration of Government over all of Yehovahs duty’s?Is this as a king or as a priest?There are only two priesthoods ever talked about in the Tanakh.The Melchizadek order and the Aaronic order. There is only one King and priest who are one and the same mentioned in the Tanakh.

            Genesis 14:18-20
            18 And Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine; now he was a priest of God Most High. 19 He blessed him and said,
            “Blessed be Abram of God Most High,
            Possessor of heaven and earth;
            20 And blessed be God Most High,
            Who has delivered your enemies into your hand.”
            He gave him a tenth of all.

            melchi meaning righteous and zedek meaning king and also called king of salem meaning peace.
            so his title would be king of righteousness and king of peace whom was also a priest.

            so the problem exists why would he bless himself in verse 20?Is he somehow recognizing his two forms?This is the same problem as how do the prophets see him and then are not aloud to see him. I again do not claim any of this to be solid but an interesting topic of discussion. Some of these notes i read from a study.

            . We read that Yehovah spoke to Moses face to face in Exodus 33
            
 11 (Yehovah)The LORD would speak to Moses face to face, as a man speaks with his friend. Then Moses would return to the camp, but his young aide Joshua son of Nun did not leave the tent.
            But just eight verses later we see that Moses was not allowed to see the fullness of Yehovah.
            Exodus 33:19
            And (Yehovah) the LORD said, “I will cause all my goodness to pass in front of you, and I will proclaim my name, (Yehovah) the LORD, in your presence. I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion. 20 But,” he said, “you cannot see my face, for no one may see me and live.”
            So just eight verse before He said He spoke to Moses face to face, but now He’s saying He’s not? Is this a contradiction. Not at all. Verse 19 shows that Moses was not allowed to see the fullness of God, even though he spoke with Him “face to face”. So though Moses spoke to Him face to face in some aspect of Yehovah, it obviously wasn’t in His fullness.
            But He also revealed Himself as a man to Jacob who wrestled with him. Not only did Jacob not bow down to him, he wrestled Him.
            Genesis 32:28-30
            Then the man said, “Your name will no longer be Jacob, but Israel, because you have struggled with God and with men and have overcome.” 29 Jacob said, “Please tell me your name.” But he replied, “Why do you ask my name?” Then he blessed him there. 30 So Jacob called the place Peniel, saying, “It is because I saw God face to face, and yet my life was spared.”
            It’s obvious that he has revealed aspects of Himself not always in his fullness and we also see him in the Garden of Eden taking on the role of a priest.
            Genesis 3:21
            The (Yehovah) LORD God made garments of skin for Adam and his wife and clothed them.
            The garments of skin could have only derived from the fact that an animal had to die. The garments of skin came from the sacrifices for their sin. We know there is no forgiveness
            of sins without the blood being shed for that sin.
            It would seem that Yehovah did perform priestly duties out of grace and love, for Adam and Eve. I am of course unsure of these conclusions and can’t take credit for all of it as some of these ideas have been shared with me. Now wether it is Melchizadek, it at least raises eyebrows to know he is king of righteousness and peace according to his Title.

          • PRAISE YAHSHUA ALL,

            THE REPLY DID NOT END UP IN THE RIGHT PLACE, BUT HERE WE GO AGAIN. BLESSED TRULY BLESSED.

            SHALOM LOVE IN YAHSHUA.

    • I see something different than seeing Yeshua. I did a study on the Nature of Yahovah, man and the Holy Spirit. We need to really study this out first before we say this was Yeshua since he was a man. I know Yehovah can not lie and Yeshua was not a sinner. Please study the Nature of God (Yehovah) then Man. I believe he Jewish people have it wrong as well on one subject…immortality..

      • PRAISE YAHSHUA ALL,

        The Malach that appeared to Daniel, what did Daniel see? The two Malachim that the men of Sodom and Gamorah thought that they could know, what did they see? Did the Malachim not lead the family out, how was Lot pulled inside the house? Physically or not. Lot saw two men sittting in the town square or centre or Malachim. Did they not eat a meal that Avraham prepared, which contained milk and milk product and meat by the way.

        Lastly who did the king of Babylon see in the furnace, and who did he describe him as. YAHSHUA IS DESCRIBED AS THE DEVAR OF YHWH, THEY ARE NOT SEPARATE. IN SHORT YOU WANT TO HEAR MY WORD OR WORDS, YOU NEED TO LISTEN TO ME, ELOHIM SPOKE THINGS INTO EXISTANCE, KEY WORD ELOHIM SPOKE. APART FROM MAN WHO HE FORMED/TOOK TIME AND CARE, OUT OF THE DUST, TOOK SOMETHING THAT WAS NEXT TO NOTHING AND FORMED HIS PRIZE CREATION INTO SOMETHING, EVEN AFTER HIS OWN IMAGE, AND FOR THE FIRST TIME i believe FACE TO FACE BREATHED RUACH CHAYIM/BREATH OF LIFE INTO HIS NOSTRILS/RELATIONSHIP. READ ALSO, WHICH WAS TOUCHED ON TODAY REVELATIONS 4:8, AND THEN READ WHAT YAHSHUA SAYS ABOUT HIMSELF IN REVELATIONS 1:8. READ REVELATIONS 1:5 AND THEN ACTS 20:28. READ COLOSIANS 1 AND 2, CONCLUDING WITH COLOSIANS 2:9, TITUS 2:13, 1TIMOTHY 3:16, AND WHICH WAS MENTIONED ABOVE YOCHANAN 14, WE CAN GO ON AND ON.

        TO SAY ELOHIM CANNOT, APART FROM LIE STEAL, CHEAT, MURDER ETC, WOULD BE A BOLD STATEMENT AND EVEN QUESTION IF ELOHIM IS ELOHIM. THE LIMITATION ARE WITHIN US NOT ELOHIM.

        LAST ONE SORRY i LIED, HE THE MALACH THAT LED AND WAS WITH YISRAEL IN THE WILDERNESS. IF YOU READ THE TORAH PORTIONS YOU WILL SEE THAT IT IS IN FACT YHWH WHO LED YISRAEL AND WAS WITH THEM. BOTH AT TIMES AREVREFERENCED IN THE SAME MANNER, IT IS ALSO NOTE WORTHY THAT WE HAVE A BODY, YHWH ALSO APPEARED TO AVRAHAM IN BODILY FORM WHO EVEN ATE A MEAL AND DRANK.

        SHALOM LOVE IN YAHSHUA.

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