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.
- Yeshua says it is his Father, whom the Children of Yisrael call their G-d, Who glorifies him (cf. Yokhannan 8:54);
- Yeshua prays to his Father in the presence of his disciples, saying his Father is the only true G-d (cf. Yokhannan 17:3);
- On the cross, Yeshua cried out to his G-d (cf. Mattityahu 27:46);
- 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);
- 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);
- 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);
- 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);
- Yokhannan opens the Book/Scroll of Revelation stating G-d gave the revelation to Yeshua the Messiah (cf. Hitgallut / Revelation 1:1);
- Yokhannan says Yeshua has made his disciples a kingdom of priests to his G-d and Father (ibid. 1:5-6);
- 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).