The Pre-Existence of Yahshua
Before the world began, there was Yahweh, Who had no beginning, and Who will have no end. He is an awesome Being, who deserves our respect, obedience, and love! He wants us to “seek His face,” and “learn of Me.” In this study, we will be learning about Him, and about His pre-existent Son. This will be an inspiring journey into the very Mind and will of our Almighty Creator. Learn of His truths as you study this lesson on the pre-existence of His only Son, Who existed with Him in the beginning!
The time has come for people to learn the true doctrine of the only begotten Son of the Heavenly Father, and His relationship with His Heavenly Father. Christianity, Judaism and Islam truly do not understand the true relationship. Father Yahweh has determined it is time for the scales of blindness to fall from our eyes, and for the spirit of stupor (Romans 11:8), along with the veil covering our hearts (2 Corinthians 3:14-17) to be removed.
Many theologians, ministers and other well-minded people have attempted to understand and then explain the relationship between the Father and the Son. Hundreds of books have been written to promote either the “Oneness” or “Trinitarian” doctrines attempting to describe the nature of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. With all due respect to these attempts, allow me to state boldly, they are all wrong.
We know that we are in the Last Day, because the understanding of the Scriptures that were sealed by direction of the angel to Daniel the prophet (Daniel 12:4, 9) is now being unsealed and understood.
Daniel 12:4, 9, But you Daniel, shut up the words and seal the book until the time of the end, many shall run to and fro and knowledge shall increase. Go your way, Daniel, for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end.
The Scriptures were sealed and closed up to our understanding until the time of the end. Additionally, we will understand the intent of Yahweh’s heart perfectly in the latter days (Jeremiah 23:20).
Jeremiah 23:20, The anger of Yahweh will not turn back until He has executed and performed the thoughts of His heart. In the latter days you will understand it perfectly.
The truth regarding the relationship between Yahweh and Yahshua being made known with absolute clarity from the Sacred Scriptures is a fulfillment of the prophecy in Jeremiah 23:20, et al. I strongly suggest, before you go any further, you take a moment of prayer, asking Yahweh, through Yahshua, to remove all pride, ego, stubbornness, and preconception and impart the Holy Spirit upon your understanding of the many forthcoming Scriptures, many of which you may have read many times, but may understand them for the first time.
The relationship between Yahweh the Heavenly Father, and Yahshua His only begotten Son, will be explained in common layman’s terms, along with a plethora of Scriptures proving the matter. Before beginning our study, here are a couple of terms which will help provide clarity of thought and proper understanding of the Scriptures that will be presented. When the Heavenly Father is referenced in the Hebrew text by His Sacred Name, it is seen as YHWH (aka, the tetragrammaton = the four letters, which in the Hebrew, look like this: יהוה). This signifies His proper Name, Yahweh. Most English versions of the Bible openly confess in their preface that the translators subtracted/substituted the Sacred Name (YHWH) from the text and added the titles Lord/God in place of the Sacred Name. Please recall what the Scriptures teach about adding and subtracting (Revelation 22:18-19; Deuteronomy 4:2, 12:32). Additionally, the Greek/Latin name of Jesus is incorrect and the original Hebrew name of the Savior is Yahshua. Yahshua is the true Sacred Name of the Savior. Therefore, this writing will manifest the correct Sacred Names of the Father and the Son and refrain from false names or titles.
Furthermore, in our English versions where we see God, in the original Hebrew text is the word Elohim. When referencing the Father or the Son, the word Elohim has been incorrectly translated as God. God is an appropriate interpretation when referencing false gods, however, it is a poor choice when referencing the Father or the Son. The appropriate translation when referencing the Father or the Son would be Mighty One (i.e., Almighty), or Mighty Ones. Elohim is generally plural (Mighty Ones), depending on the context in which it is used. By returning to the original text as closely as possible, much of the confusion is erased and clarity of doctrine comes forward.
Our Heavenly Father, Yahweh Elohim, brought forth His Son from the beginning, and the pre-existent Yahshua was the firstborn of all creation. He was also the firstborn from the dead, which references His resurrection; whereas, being firstborn over all creation references His pre-existence. Yahshua was with His Father before the creation of the world. Yahshua was Elohim (i.e., a Mighty One) in the likeness of His Father. This is not polytheism, wherein you have two or more heads, i.e., two or more gods on par with one another. This is a Father and Son relationship with one head, the Father. Yahweh is greater than Yahshua even though Yahshua is Elohim.
Yahweh and Yahshua each had their part in Creation. Yahweh was the Architect. He drew up the blueprints, determined the boundaries and laid the foundations. Yahweh then instructed His Son to be the Master Craftsman. All things were created by and through Yahshua. Nothing was made that was made without Yahshua, including all things in heaven and earth, invisible and visible, thrones or principalities. Yahshua came in the Old Testament in His Father’s Name (Yahweh). Yah is a family name. Yah is the shortened form of Yahweh. Yahshua is of the family of Yahweh. HalleluYah means “praise ye Yah.” Many people say “halleluyah” without knowing its true meaning. It was Yahshua Who came in the Name of Yahweh, Who spoke to Moses from the burning bush and Who provided the Memorial Name “I AM”, which is English for Yah.
No one has ever seen Father Yahweh, except for Yahshua. Yahweh has remained in Heaven. It was Yahshua, in the Name of Yahweh, Who interacted with Moses, Abraham, Jacob, the 70 Elders and others. It was by Yahweh’s election that these facts were hidden from the very beginning of the ages until the last days. Yahshua was the Creator with Yahweh, and is Who Yahweh chose to create all things.
Let’s take a journey through the Scriptures to see if they support and prove the previous statements.
And to make all see what is the fellowship of the mystery which from the beginning of the ages has been hidden in Yahweh Who created all things through Yahshua Messiah (Ephesians 3:9, NKJV).
We speak wisdom, however, among them that are full grown, yet a wisdom not of this world, nor of the rulers of this world, who are coming to nothing, but we speak Yahweh’s wisdom in a mystery, even the wisdom that has been hidden, which Yahweh foreordained before the worlds to our glory, which none of the rulers of this world have known, for had they known it, they would not have impaled the Sovereign of glory… (1 Corinthians 2:6-8).
Yahweh defines Yahshua as Wisdom and the WORD. The WORD was spoken in a mystery, which Yahweh foreordained before the worlds. If this mystery, that Yahshua was Elohim, was known to the world, they would not have impaled Him. Understand the significance of the following Scriptures which manifest Yahshua as the Creator with His Father.
John 1:2, All things were made through Him and without Him was not anything made that was made.
Colossians 1:16, For in Him were all things created, in the heavens and upon the earth, things visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers, all things have been created through Him and for Him.
Hebrews 1:2, …has at the end of these days spoken to us in His Son, Who He appointed heir of all things, through Whom He made the worlds.
We can clearly see from these Scriptures that Yahshua was the Creator. He created all things and without Him nothing was made that was made. Since these Scriptures are true, the Scriptures must clearly teach of Yahshua’s pre-existence. Please note: Yahshua must have existed prior to Creation if He was, in fact, the Creator! Do the Scriptures support Yahshua’s pre-existence before Creation? Consider the following:
Micah 5:2, But you, Bethlehem Ephrata, though you are little among thousands of Judah, yet out of you shall come forth to Me the One to be Ruler in Israel, whose goings forth are from old, from everlasting.
Revelation 3:14, … these things says the Amen, the Faithful and True Witness, the Beginning of the creation of Yahweh.
Colossians 1:17, He is before all things, and in Him all things exist.
John 6:38, For I have come down from heaven…
John 16:28, I come out from the Father, and have come into the world: again, I leave the world, and go to the Father.
John 17:24, Father, I desire that they also whom You have given Me be with Me where I am, that they may behold My glory, which You have given to Me, for You loved Me before the foundation of the world.
Colossians 1:15, He is the image of the invisible Elohim, the firstborn over all creation.
Yahshua’s goings forth are from old, from everlasting. He is before all things, and His Father loved Him before the creation of the world. For He came down from heaven, and He came out from the Father, and He leaves the world to go to the Father.
By now, you are beginning to get a clearer understanding of the relationship between the Father and the Son. When we restore the Sacred Names, and the proper terms, such as Elohim instead of God, back into the scriptures, they bring forth clarity. Notice the following:
John 1:1-2, In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with Yahweh, and the Word was Elohim. He was in the beginning with Yahweh.
The Word is Yahshua the Messiah, Who became flesh (John 1:14).
John 1:14, And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.
Let’s look at John 1:1-2 paraphrased so as to provide you with clarity. John 1:1-2, In the beginning was Yahshua, and Yahshua was with Yahweh, and Yahshua was Elohim. He was in the beginning with Yahweh (paraphrased not quoted). With a solid understanding of John 1:1-2, as well as the myriad of other Scriptures you have just read, you should now understand the following Scriptures:
Genesis 1:1, In the beginning Elohim created the heavens and the earth.
Every Bible researcher agrees the word Elohim, as used in Genesis 1:1, is plural. It references the Father and the Son. It should have been translated into English as Mighty Ones, i.e., the Father and the Son. This translation would have maintained the appropriate context of the true relationship between the Father and the Son. The translators erred when they translated the word Elohim as God, and caused misunderstanding as to the preexistence of Yahshua.
Take notice of the following Scripture: Genesis 1:26, Then Elohim said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness.” Man was made in the image and likeness of the Father and the Son. All Scripture harmonizes perfectly with all the other Scriptures when we apply the appropriate words and appropriate interpretation. All Scripture supports the fact that Yahshua was with His Father in the beginning and was with His Father for the Creation.
The Scriptures are perfect, and all contradictions fade away when we compile the Scriptures line upon line, precept upon precept, here a little there a little, and then allow the compilation to interpret itself by adapting the interpretation that harmonizes with all the Scriptures. Yahshua made other declarations in the Scriptures of His pre-existence, that it was actually Him in the Old Testament Who came as Yahweh.
John 8:58, Yahshua said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, ‘Before Abraham was born, I AM.’”
John 8:56, Your Father Abraham rejoiced to see My day, and he saw it, and was glad.
John 5:43, I have come in My Father’s Name, and you receive Me not; if another shall come in his own name, him you will receive.
John 17:11, …Holy Father, keep them in Your name which You have given Me…
The Heavenly Father gave His Son Yahshua the Father’s Name, i.e., Yahweh. The Patriarchs were unaware of the mystery hidden from the beginning of the ages in Yahweh, that Yahshua was Elohim and all things were created through Him. The Patriarchs were unaware they were dealing with the Son. As we have seen from the aforementioned Scriptures, it was Yahweh’s intent that the truth about His Son would not become known with clarity until the last days. Yahshua’s verbal exchanges with the Pharisees become much more profound, taking on new light when we understand He was the Creator with His Father from the beginning! This begs the question: Do other Scriptures support that it was Yahshua Who interacted with Abraham, Moses, Solomon, and the same One the Elders saw? Was it Yahshua Who wrestled with Jacob? All this time, we have been under the misconception that it was Father Yahweh. Read and understand the following Scriptures carefully. Keep in mind: the Scriptures are perfect and do not contradict one another when you have the correct interpretation.
John 6:46, Not that any man has seen the Father, except He that is from Yahweh, He has declared Him.
John 1:18, No man has seen Yahweh at any time; the only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He has declared Him.
Exodus 33:20, And He said, “You cannot see My face; for man cannot see Me and live.”
These Scriptures manifest no one has ever seen Yahweh at anytime. These Scriptures cannot be broken (John 10:35), so we know it was Yahshua who was Elohim and came in His Father’s Name. It was Yahshua who interacted with the Patriarchs. Furthermore, we see from John 8:58 that Yahshua states clearly that He was “I AM” before Abraham was.
In Exodus 3:13-15, Yahshua speaks through the burning bush and tells Moses His Name is “I AM”. “I AM” translates into the Hebrew as “Yah”. “Yah” is the shortened form of Yahweh. Yahweh, in its shortened form “Yah”, is incorporated into the Name of the Son, i.e. Yahshua. An interesting side note is the fact that you cannot call upon the Son by His Sacred Name, Yahshua, without invoking the shortened form of the Name of the Father.
We have seen from 1 Corinthians 2:6-8 that the mystery of Yahshua being Elohim was hidden in Yahweh from the beginning of the ages. Because of this mystery, Yahshua was called the Everlasting Father. Notice that this Scripture does not state He was the Everlasting Father, but that He would be called the Everlasting Father.
Isaiah 9:6, For to us a child is born, to us a Son is given; and the government shall be upon His shoulder, and His name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty El, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
This Scripture came true, as all Scriptures do. Yahshua was called the Father, not because He is the Father, but because of the mystery that was hidden by Yahweh throughout the ages. Now, in these Last Days, we are learning the true relationship between the Father and the Son. Theologians have wrestled with the following Scriptures for ages. They really get confused trying to justify the Scriptures that manifest two Sovereigns, or two Yahwehs.
Hebrews 1:9, You have loved righteousness, and have hated iniquity; therefore Elohim, your Elohim, has anointed You with the oil of gladness above your fellows.
Acts 2:34, For David ascended not into the heavens, but he says himself, “Yahweh said to my Sovereign, ‘Sit You on My right hand.’”
Psalm 110:1, Yahweh says to my Sovereign, “Sit at My right hand, until I make Your enemies Your footstool.”
Genesis 19:24, Then Yahweh rained upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah, brimstone and fire from Yahweh out of heaven.
Notice: There are two Yahwehs—One on earth and One in heaven at the same time, working in unity with One another. There are two Sovereigns—the Father, and the Son Who came in the Name of His Father. There are two Elohim—a Father and a Son; however, the Father is greater than the Son. There are two separate entities working in unity, with two separate wills. Yahshua states clearly that He did not come in His own will, but came to perform His Father’s will.
John 6:38, For I came down from heaven, not to do My own will, but the will of Him Who sent Me.
Two separate wills manifest two separate entities, therefore, Yahshua cannot be Yahweh. For additional proof, let’s examine another Scripture.
Mark 13:32, But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.
Re-read this Scripture as many times as is necessary for you to understand that the Son and the Father are not the same entity. Even though they are of one spirit (the breath of Yahweh), and in unity, Yahshua does not know when His Father will elect to begin the Last Great Day of Yahweh. Yahweh is not two beings, and neither is He three beings! Yahweh is One. Deuteronomy 6:4, Hear, O Israel, Yahweh is our Elohim, Yahweh is One.
By compiling the Scriptures, line upon line, precept upon precept, here a little there a little, and allowing the compilation of Scriptures to interpret themselves by finding how they all harmonize, we can lay the correct foundation to understand the relationship between the Father and the Son. When we begin with the false premise that the Son is the Father, all the other Scriptures about Them no longer harmonize. When we begin with a false premise, the Scriptures are very troublesome even for ministers and theologians. For example, if we begin with the premise of the Trinity, which Christianity defines as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit being one entity, with three separate personalities, equal in power, eternity and glory, many scriptures become contradictory, such as:
1.) When Yahshua was being baptized by John the Baptist, and the Father spoke from heaven saying, This is My Son, was this actually Yahshua tricking everyone?
2.) When Yahshua died, how could He have resurrected Himself?
3.) In Ecclesiastes 9:5 we read, The dead know nothing. Was He really dead? Was the world without their Heavenly Father?
4.) If they are the same entity, why do the scriptures manifest two separate wills?
5.) If they are the same entity, how could the Son not know the Last Great Day of Yahweh?
These questions could go on ad infinitum, as it has for centuries. It has caused division with a different doctrine everywhere we turn. Not having the true understandings until these last days has caused division. Not understanding how to harmonize the Scriptures, and not understanding we must allow the harmony of the Scriptures to provide the correct interpretation has also caused much division. Even with all the division today, we CAN all come into unity. These false premises have caused good, intelligent individuals to turn away from True Worship. These individuals have recognized all the contradictions and inconsistencies in the Scriptures that were caused by false interpretations. When an individual is faced with literally dozens and dozens of contradictions and inconsistencies, they either elect to follow after a man’s teaching in a church (minister) blindly, or they seek some other religion. However, when the individual learns how the Scriptures interpret themselves through harmony, then no man can deceive them or misdirect them, and all the contradictions and inconsistencies disappear.
Learning to harmonize the Scriptures in these last days is prophetic. As we have seen from Daniel 12:4, 9, the book is sealed only until the Last Days. As we have seen from Jeremiah 23:20, we will understand the intent of Yahweh’s heart perfectly in the Last Days. Yahweh has promised throughout the Scriptures that He would make the crooked things straight. Learning how to harmonize all Scripture is one of the most substantial things we can learn.
When we begin with the premise that the Son pre-existed with His Father, that the Son was Elohim (a Mighty One) with His Father, that the Son was the first creation of the Father, and that the Son created all things and without Him, nothing was created. When we understand and apply these truths, all the scriptures harmonize. None of the scriptures contradict themselves. This perfect harmony in the scriptures is how we know the truth of the relationship between the Father and the Son.
When you seek and find the interpretation that harmonizes all the Scriptures, you have just let the Scriptures interpret themselves through harmony. We must learn to accept the interpretation the Scriptures themselves provide via their harmony. We have to let go of our pride, ego, preconception, or our churches doctrine, and submit to what the Scriptures themselves provide as truth through finding their harmony. Yahweh’s word is perfect and tried.
Psalm 18:30, As for Yahweh, His way is perfect; the Word of Yahweh is tried.
We know Yahweh is not the Author of confusion, as Satan would like us to believe. When you are Alpha and Omega, you do not misspeak your intentions. Let’s search the scriptures further to see if we can find other scriptures that manifest the relationship between the Father and the Son, and that harmonize with all the other scriptures as to their true relationship.
1 Corinthians 15:28, And when all things have become subject to Him, then shall the Son Himself also be subjected to Him that did subject all things to Him, that Yahweh may be in all things.
John 14:28, …for the Father is greater than I.
Yahweh’s Word is truth. The fact the Father is greater than the Son destroys the very definition Christianity has provided for the Trinity, which describes the three being equal in power, eternity and glory. Yahshua Himself will become subject to the Father, and as we will see, Yahweh is greater than Yahshua.
Many have asked how to harmonize John 10:30, I and My Father are one (NKJV). The word one is #1520 (heis) in Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance. It is derived from numerous root words, one of which is #3391, which means agree. In other words, one means in unity. Every interpreter of every Bible version faces the task of selecting the correct English definition for every word he encounters in the Hebrew and the Greek. If the interpreter starts from a false premise in his understanding of doctrinal issues, then he would undoubtedly select the wrong definition, or the definition that best fit his doctrine, rather than the definition that harmonized all Scriptures and was best to maintain the context and integrity of those Scriptures.
If the interpreter would have had an understanding of the true relationship between the Father and the Son at the time of his translating, he would have selected the root word heis, #3391, which is agree, i.e. unity. A proper interpretation of John 10:30 should read, “I and My Father are in agreement,” or “I and My Father are in unity.” Choosing agree, agreement or unity would have been a much better choice than one. Even though the word one is a major part of the definition of the Greek word heis, it is a poor selection that does not maintain the integrity of the Scriptures.
We must learn to harmonize all Scriptures. We may need to pray about it. We may need to search the Scriptures more carefully, seeking Yahweh’s help through His Holy Spirit. We may need to research the meanings of the words in Greek and Hebrew, just as we did for the aforementioned Greek word heis and its numerous definitions and root words.
All Scriptures harmonize perfectly once you have discovered the correct interpretation. Even though we have found the proper interpretation of the Greek word heis by finding its root words, let’s have the Scriptures themselves interpret John 10:30.
John 17:11, Holy Father, keep them in Your name which You have given Me, that they may be one, even as We are one. Yahshua is asking His Father to keep His disciples as one just as He and His Father are one. It would be nonsensical for us to think that Yahshua is asking for His disciples to be one person or one entity. Clearly, Yahshua wants His disciples to be kept in unity, i.e. agreement. Therefore, John 17:11 tells us how to properly understand John 10:30.
This is just one example of Scripture interpreting Scripture. Even when an interpreter selects the wrong interpretation, we can obtain the correct interpretation by allowing the other Scriptures to interpret themselves. Let’s search out the Scriptures for more clarity on the relationship between the Father and the Son. If the Messiah was the Father, that would mean the Father came down from heaven and became flesh. What do the Scriptures say?
1 John 4:3, By this you know the Spirit of Yahweh, every spirit that confesses that Yahshua the Messiah has come in the flesh.
Yahweh did not come in the flesh! Yahshua came in the flesh. Once we clearly understand that Yahshua pre-existed with His Father in heaven, we can clearly understand the clarity of the Scripture which states that it was Yahshua Who came down and became flesh. Let’s search further and see if there is any distinction in the doctrine taught by Yahweh and the doctrine taught by Yahshua. Did Yahshua come with His own doctrine or a doctrine that was different from that of His Father? John 7:16, Yahshua therefore answered them, and said, “My teaching is not mine, but His that sent Me.”
John 14:24, He that loves Me not keeps not My words, and the Word that you hear is not Mine, but the Father’s Who sent Me.
If the Father and the Son were the same entity, then the Son would not need to make the distinction that His words were not His. Let’s continue to search for clarity in the distinction between the Two. How does Scripture answer this question: Can Yahweh and Yahshua both be tempted?
James 1:13, Let no man say when he is tempted, “I am tempted of Yahweh,” for Yahweh cannot be tempted with evil, and He Himself tempts no man.
Hebrews 4:15, For we have not a High Priest that cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities, but One that has in all points been tempted as we are, yet without sin.
The Father cannot be tempted, yet Yahshua has been tempted in all points just as we have. We can clearly see the distinction between the Two of Them. The Father is greater than the Son, and because the Father is Spirit, He has not become flesh. Yahshua’s temptation came through the carnal flesh.
Let’s briefly recap. Yahshua is Elohim. Yahshua pre-existed with His Father before creation. Yahshua is the Creator with His Father, and possesses power beyond our imagination. However, He is not Yahweh. Yahweh is greater than Yahshua. No one has ever seen Yahweh. Yahshua is the light of the world. He is the bread of life. He is the WAY. He has created all things. Yahshua is “Wisdom” personified.
Colossians 2:3, …in Whom are hidden all the treasure of wisdom and knowledge.
Let’s read the “Wisdom” chapter in Proverbs and learn the deeper things with more clarity pertaining to the relationship between the Father and the Son. Yahshua says in Proverbs 8:23-36, I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, before the earth was. When there were no depths, I was brought forth, when there were no fountains increasing with water. Before the mountains were settled, before the hills was I brought forth. While as yet He had not made the earth, nor the fields, nor the beginning of the dust of the world. When He established the heavens I was there. When He set a circle upon the face of the deep, when He made the skies above, when the fountains of the deep became strong. He gave the sea its bound, that the water should not transgress the commandment. When He marked out the foundations of the earth, then I was by Him, as a master workman, and I was daily His delight, rejoicing always before Him, rejoicing in His habitable earth, and My delight was with the sons of men. Now therefore, My sons, listen to Me, for blessed are they that keep My ways. Hear instruction, and be Wise, and refuse it not. Blessed is the man that hears Me, watching daily at My gates, waiting at the posts of My doors. For whoever finds Me finds life, and shall obtain favor of Yahweh. But he that sins against Me wrongs his own soul. All they that hate Me love death.
If you are still dull of hearing because of your prior indoctrination, then open your eyes to these Scriptures, because they will leave absolutely no doubt whatsoever as to the truth that the Father and the Son are not the same entity.
John 1:18, …the only begotten Son, Who is in the bosom of the Father, He has dec1ared Him. (Please note: Yahshua is bearing witness of His Father.)
John 5:37, And the Father Himself, Who sent Me, has testified of Me. (Please note: Yahweh is bearing witness of Yahshua.)
1 John 5:9, …for the witness of Yahweh is this, that He has borne witness of His Son. (Please note: Yahweh is again bearing witness of Yahshua)
If Yahshua is Yahweh, then our entire faith is a fraud. If Yahweh and Yahshua are the same entity, then they are bearing witness of themselves. This is against the very core of what they are teaching.
John 5:31, If I bear witness of Myself, My witness is not true.
Reread this Scripture as many times as is necessary until you fully understand that Yahshua is not and cannot be Yahweh, otherwise His witness of Himself is not true. We must not allow Satan to deceive all of our brothers and sisters with the “oneness” doctrine or the “trinity” doctrine, because both would establish Yahweh’s and Yahshua’s testimony to be untrue. Both of these doctrines undermine our faith. To date, Satan has been successful in the congregations in undermining our faith. Take this information and put a stop to it.
Hebrew 5:5, So the Messiah also glorified not Himself …
Yahshua is not bearing witness of Himself when He bears witness of Yahweh, just as Yahweh is not bearing witness of Himself when He bears witness of His Son. As stated previously, we are in the Last Days, and all lies are going to be made known. Every individual will be given a final opportunity to love and obey the truth. I pray all beings will submit to the Father through their mediator, Yahshua Elohim, our Savior and Messiah.
[Acknowledgement: We gratefully thank EliYah for his literary contribution contained in this article.]