"They will look upon ME, the one they have pierced, and they will mourn for Him as one mourns for an ONLY CHILD, and GRIEVE BITTERLY for Him as one grieves for a first-born Son." -- Zech. 12:10.
"The Son is the radiance of Elohim's esteem and the exact representation of His Being, sustaining all things by His powerful Word." -- Heb. 1:3.
Many words can be written to counter the above, but they will never change their meaning. The SECRET is withheld, being veiled to those who cannot accept that the HUSBAND had to die to end the Covenant. (Rom. 7:2, Heb. 9:15-17). If Yahushua were not Who He is, He could not possibly alter or amend any former covenant made by YHWH.
"Even to this day when Mosheh is read, a veil covers their hearts. But whenever anyone turns to YHWH, the veil is taken away. Now YHWH is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of YHWH is, there is freedom." -- 2Cor. 3:15-17.
"Who, being in very nature Elohim, did not consider equality with Elohim something to be grasped, but made Himself nothing, taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness. And being found in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself and became obedient to death -- even death on ha'etz (the tree). Phil. 2:6-8. (Nas is "pole" or stake in Hebrew).
"He is the image of the invisible Elohim, the firstborn over all creation." -- Col. 1:15.
~ Now, which creature would be able to take this attribute upon itself? Michael the Archangel perhaps? The veil has been removed for some of us, but remember that the thief who died next to Yahushua didn't have to know a great deal. Our defining attribute must be LOVE. Where there is contention and strife over what we believe, we don't exhibit love. If we who believe Yahushua is YHWH are to be cast out as "idolaters", then we were misled by many, many Scriptures. He is Wonderful, Counselor, Everlasting Father, Mighty El, Sar Shalom, El Elyon, El Shaddai, YHWH Tzedekenu, and Maker of all things seen and unseen. He appeared to Abraham. He walked with Enoch, Adam, spoke face-to-face with Mosheh, and wrestled with Ya'akob. And, He died for me, His pitiful servant. He did this for each of us, and wants to save each of us who will accept Him, by writing His Torah on our hearts. His resurrection is the central focus of all history, when death was swallowed up — and by faith in this, we all can have His life. He is the resurrection and the life.
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