Yeshua (Jesus) Was Sent by G-d, So He is Not the Most High G-d

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As the Lord Yeshua says, ‘If G-d were your Father, you would love me, for I came from G-d and I am here. I came not of my own accord, but He sent me’ (Yokhannan 8:42). And he says, ‘…the Father Who sent me bears witness about me’ (Yokhannan 8:18). And ‘He Who sent me is with me. He has not left me alone…’ As Yokhannan says, Yeshua came from G-d and was going back to G-d (cf. Yokhannan 13:3). That G-d sent His Son into the world (cf. Yokhannan 3:17) means He neither was His Son nor became His Son.

Like Yeshua, his disciple says the emissaries (a.k.a. apostles) and disciples of Yeshua at large are from G-d (Yokhannan Alef 4:6) and yet themselves are not the Most High G-d.

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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