Elohim’s Word shows us TWO DIVINE BEINGS in the Deity. Elohim the Father is the greatest Being in the Universe . . . from everlasting to everlasting. He is immortal. Yahuwah or Elohim the Father is the only one, eternal, self-existent and Almighty Elohim.
Yahushua, Elohim’s Son, was the first and only begotten Son of Elohim. He had a day of beginning . . . there was a point in the distant past when He was “begotten.” He was the One Who then created all other things. He was the Father’s spokesman and visible representative to man in the Old Testament times. He eventually came to the earth in human flesh to become man’s Substitute and Sacrifice. While on earth, He was the human Son of Elohim Who referred to Himself as the Son of man. He was the pre-incarnate Word made flesh. Since His resurrection, He has been highly exalted and given immortality . . . something He did not have before. He is now the immortal Son of Elohim . . . possessing all the fullness of Deity. All the fullness of Elohim’s nature now resides within the body of the resurrected, glorified Messiah. This was all a part of Elohim’s eternal plan foreordained from before the foundation of the world or the Creation of the Universe. He is always referred to in the Scriptures as the Son of Elohim and never as Elohim the Son.
The Holy Spirit is not a third entity in the Deity. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit or life-force of Elohim. Both the Father and His Son operate and work through this Spirit or life-force. They both live in us through this wonderful Spirit. When we are “born again” of the Holy Spirit, both Elohim and Yahushua come to live within us through the Holy Spirit.
How wonderful it is have a proper understanding of the Deity. How blessed we are to know who God (Yahuwah) and Jesus (Yahushua) are and to know what the Holy Spirit really is. Yahushua said to the Samaritan woman long ago: “Ye worship ye know not what: we KNOW what (or Who) we worship" (John 4:22). Millions today do not really know WHO they worship because they do not have a proper understanding of the Deity. We are thankful that the mystery of the Deity can be revealed to those who are willing to lay aside human tradition and preconceived ideas and then humbly and prayerfully search the Scriptures seeking for nothing but the truth. Let us rejoice in the light of this wonderful revelation! Numbers 6:24-26.
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