Monday, September 18, 2017

Is Yahshua YHWH?

These are the scriptures that I believe point to Yahshua Jesus being equally YHWH, with The Father and with the Holy Spirit.  Existing before all of creation with the Father and the Holy Spirit.  ALL things being created thru, for and by Him.  The ENTIRE Bible having one and only ONE focal point. And that is Yahshua Jesus, beginning to end.

I believe it is like a family.

Father, Mother, Son, YHWH being their name, much as our last names today.
The entire gospel is then revealed to be the search for a bride worthy of the beloved son. (Genesis 24)

Those who have a child... consider WHAT is your focal point, in everything you do? How much do you desire them to find someone worthy to share their life and love with?  What would you do for them?

This list of bible scriptures is not in any particular order as I am just taking them from my reading notes as I find them.  I will add to the list as I find them.  Some of them are listed together as the new testament quotes the old and gives further understanding.

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Psalm 18:31 (Who is God apart from YHWH? beginning our search with THIS foundational truth)

Psalm 45:6-8 and Psalm 102:24-27 and Hebrews 1:8-12 (Hebrews quoting both Psalms and saying they refer to Jesus)

Hebrews 13:8-16 (Jesus, the same yesterday, today and forever, is the complete and pleasing blood sacrifice)

1 Tim 3:16 (God was manifest in the flesh, justified or righteous in the spirit, seen, preached, believed, and received up)

Isa 44:6-8 (YHWH is redeemer, there is no other)

Rev 1:1,8,17-18 (Jesus is the alpha, omega, beginning and end, the almighty, the first, the last, am alive, was dead, alive forevermore, have the keys of hell and death)
Rev 2:8 (first and last, was dead and is alive)
Rev 21:6-7 (alpha, omega, beginning and end, will give of the fountain of life, I will be his god, he will be my son [this could have double meaning, jesus who overcomes, father is his god, he is the son, the saint who overcomes, yhwh is his god and he is a child of god])
Rev 22:13 (alpha and omega, beginning and end, first and last)

Rev 19 (verse 11 jesus is revealed, faithful and true, to judge and make war, the marriage revealed, the word of god worshipped, king of kings, lord of lords)

Exo 3:1-15 and John 8:58 (He identifies himself as Moses' vision of "I am." Also, 'I Am' is a portion of the name YHWH, being HWH)

Matt 14:26-33 (Jesus walks on water, calls peter out to him, saves him and is worshipped)

John 8:14-59 (sent by father, father bears witness of him [throughout the OT], if you know Jesus, you know the father also)
John 13:13-20 (Lord and Master, sent to serve, If you receive me, you receive who sent me also)
John 18:5 (notice 'he' is italicized, because it is not there. He said, "I am."

Mark 14:53-65 (trial with false witnesses, Jesus says he is the son of god and 'ye shall see the Son of man sitting on the right hand of power, and coming in the clouds of heaven", which was accounted as blasphemy [which law was he accused of breaking?])

Psa 49:7-8 - (No man can give ransom for another.)

Col 1:12-20 (the image of the invisible, by him all things created, it pleased the father that ALL FULLNESS dwelt in Him)

Hebrews 1 (God has revealed His son, by whom he made all things, angels worship Him, first begotten)

Isa 48:16-17 (again using "I am" and "now the Lord God and His spirit hath sent me," says the Lord God, the redeemer, "Oh if you had hearkened to My commandments!")

Romans 10:9 (called Kurios, NT equivelent of YHWH)
1 Corint 12:3 (called Kurios, NT equivelent of YHWH)

Phil 2:5-11 (being the physical form of god, chose not to retain equality and togetherness with God, but came down as lowly man, to serve, even to death.  Because of this, He is highly exalted and ALL will bow, an act of worship, every tongue confess He is Kurios, NT equivelent of YHWH, to the glory and honor of God The Father.)

Isa 40:3 and John 1:23 (Prepare the way of YHWH, and quoted as John prepared the way for Jesus)

Isa 9:6 (called The Mighty God)

John 20:28 (called Theos, NT equivelent of Elohim [look at all the uses of theos and how many are OT quotes])

Acts 16:31-34 (believing in Jesus equates to believing in God, which leads to salvation)

Mark 13:31 (His words have more weight than Heaven and Earth)

Matt 8:2 (was worshipped)
Matt 9: 18 (was worshipped)
Matt 15:25 (was worshipped)
Matt 28:9 (was worshipped)
Matt 28:17 (some worshipped, some doubted [the opposite of woship is doubt?]
John 9:35-38 (Do you believe the Son of God? believed and worshipped)

Titus 2:13-14 (looking forward to the glorious appearance of our God and Saviour - Jesus Christ, who redeemed us, purifies us, makes us zealous for good works)

John 6:46 (No man has seen the father)

Genesis 3:8 (YHWH Elohim walked in the garden with Adam, but was it the Father?)
Genesis 16:7-13 (YHWH came to Hagar in the wilderness.  Was it the Father?)
Gen 18 (YHWH came and walked with Abraham. But was it the Father?)
Exod 3:6 (Elohim was in the bush, but was it the Father?)
Judges 13:8-9 (YHWH came down to teach Manoah and his wife. Was it the Father?)
1 Kin 19:3-8 (YHWH came, talked to and fed Elijah. Was if the Father?)

Psalm 82:6-8 (looking at the interlinear, 'Elohim, son of Elohim, you will die as man, you will be cast down as a prince, you will arise, judge the earth, inherit all the nations.)
John 10:30-42 (Father and I are one, Jesus quotes psalm 82, and they attempt to kill him for blasphemy)

Deut 6:4 (the Lord our God is one, echad = unified one, just the first day is unified night and day Gen 1:5, the seas are one Gen 1:9, man and wife are one Gen 2:24. opposed to yachid = single, only, such as abrahams one and only son Isaac Gen 22:2, such as Jepthah's single, only child in Judges 11:34, and as the house of david looking on the ONE whom they pierced Zec 12:10)

Jere 23:5-6 (I will raise a branch and He shall be called YHWH Our Righteousness)
Jere 33:15-16 (I will raise a branch and his bride, Jerusalem shall be called YHWH Our Righteousness [the bride takes the same name as her husband])

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