Yeshua (Jesus) has a G-d and Father

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As Malki Tzedek (Melchizidek) and Avraham both say in the first book of the Torah, HaShem is the Highest Power a.k.a. the Most High G-d (cf. Bereishit / Genesis 14:19,22). Mosheh (Moses) likewise says, ‘HaShem your G-d is G-d of the gods’ (Devarim / Deuteronomy 10:17). In other words, there is no god / authority / power above HaShem, whereas Yeshua and his first disciples routinely testify to the fact that Yeshua’s Father is his G-d.

For example:

  1. Yeshua says it is his Father, whom the Children of Yisrael call their G-d, Who glorifies him (cf. Yokhannan 8:54);
  2. Yeshua prays to his Father in the presence of his disciples, saying his Father is the only true G-d (cf. Yokhannan 17:3);
  3. On the cross, Yeshua cried out to his G-d (cf. Mattityahu 27:46);
  4. Yeshua tells his disciples he is ascending to his Father and their Father, to his G-d and their G-d (cf. Yokhannan 20:17);
  5. Shaul a.k.a. Paulos (Paul) instructs the Romans to glorify the G-d and Father of the Lord Yeshua the Messiah (Romans 15:6);
  6. Kefa (Peter) and Shaul open three separate letters blessing the G-d and Father of our Lord Yeshua the Messiah (cf. Kefa Alef / 1 Peter 1:3a, Ephesians 1:3, 2 Corinthians 1:3a);
  7. According to Shaul, the head of Messiah is G-d, just as the head of a wife is her husband, and the head of man is the Messiah (cf. 1 Corinthians 11:3);
  8. Yokhannan opens the Book/Scroll of Revelation stating G-d gave the revelation to Yeshua the Messiah (cf. Hitgallut / Revelation 1:1);
  9. Yokhannan says Yeshua has made his disciples a kingdom of priests to his G-d and Father (ibid. 1:5-6);
  10. Yeshua is recorded as referring to his G-d four times in a single verse, after returning to G-d (ibid. 3:12).

It should be obvious, but it needs to be declared because of prevalent error: Yeshua is not the Most High G-d, HaShem. Yeshua has a G-d; the Most High G-d does not.

May the G-d and Father of our Lord Yeshua HaMashiakh (the Messiah), the Father of Glory, give you the spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of Him (cf. Ephesians 1:17).

Immanuel is an observant Jew and servant of Rabbi Yeshua MiNatzeret (Jesus of Nazareth). The founder of Kingdom of Heaven Embassies, he is seeking ten men from all the languages of the nations to join him in preparing their nations for the Kingdom of Heaven in accordance with the teaching of R’ Yeshua, that the nations might become one in worshipping his G-d and Father in spirit and truth, and so that the blessing of Avraham might come upon them. Learn More

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