The “Trinity” Is A False Doctrine, Elohim Consists of the Father and the Son; The “Set-Apart Spirit of Elohim” Is Not A “Person,” But is the “Ruach Ha Kodesh” OF Elohim

Did you know that not only is the concept of the “Trinity” not taught in the scriptures and wasn’t taught by 1st century Assembly leaders, and not only was it an invention due to the impetus of Constantine, but that many “Trinities” existed in Pagan religions for centuries before this concept was adopted in 325 at the First Council of Nicaea? This was the beginning of the end of separation of religion and state, where the Catholic Church began persecuting those that would not adhere to their false doctrines, thus heralding in the age of the false Assemblywhich began to perpetually persecute, torture and murder those who chose to obey the commandments of Messiah, rather than succumb to the commandments of men.

An early concept of Who Elohim is was called Arianism, after a man named Arius, who taught a non-trinitarian theology that the Heavenly Father and the Son did not exist together eternally. This belief discounts the plain teaching in the gospel of John which states the following: 1. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with YHWH, and the Word was YHWH. The same was in the beginning with YHWH. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made… He was in the world, and the world was made by him, and the world knew him not…And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us..”

The above Scripture, along with many others, define Yahusha as being the only begotten Son of the Father sent as the Messiah to the earth to save men from paying for their sins, and Whom existed eternally with Yahuah from the beginning.

Another early teaching was called Semi-Arianism, which taught “the truly orthodox view of the Son, that he was forever with the Father,” but were considered to be blasphemers of the third person of the Trinitarian sovereign, since they did not count the Ruach Ha Kodesh (or Set-Apart Spirit) OF Elohim “in the Godhead with the Father and the Son.” These are also referred to as “binitarians,” or can be referred to as the belief in “binitarianism.”

Binitarianism is different from the “Oneness” doctrine, which asserts that the Father, Son and Ruach Ha Kodesh of Elohim are all the same “Person.” This teaching is acutely insufficient to describe Elohim, since, for instance, how could Yahusha pray to Himself in the Garden of Gethsemane? This false doctrine also violates the following scriptures:

  • Gen. 1:1, 26 – The plural word for “Elohim” is used regarding creation, indicating that Elohim is composed of separate individuals.
  • Col. 1:16-19; Heb. 1:2 – Yahusha was active in creation as a separate individual.
  • Jn. 1:1  – Uses the Greek definite article, to differentiate between two divine individuals in this verse.
  • Jn. 14:23 – Yahusha uses the plural pronoun “we,” which proves He is a separate individual from the Father.
  • 1 Cor. 11:3 – Messiah is the head of man, and Yahuah is the head of Messiah, proving that Messiah and the Father are separate individuals.
  • 2 Jn. 1:9 – John uses the word “both” to show that the Father and Son are separate individuals.
  • 1 Tim. 2:5 – Yahusha is portrayed as the mediator between man and Yahuah the Father, proving that Messiah is a separate individual from the Father.
  • Rom. 8:34 – Yahusha is portrayed as seated at the right hand of Yahuah, interceding for believers, proving that He is a separate individual from the Father.
  • 1 Jn. 2:1 – Yahusha is portrayed as our Advocate in heaven, pleading our case before Yahuah, proving that He is a separate individual from the Father.
  • 1 Cor. 15:23-24 – Yahusha will hand over the kingdom to the Father at the end, proving He is a separate individual from the Father.
  • Phil. 2:10-11 – Yahusha will be exalted for eternity in heaven, and bring glory to the Father, showing that He is a separate individual from the Father.
  • Heb. 12:2 – Yahusha is in heaven, sitting at the right hand of the throne of Yahusha, proving He is a separate individual from the Father.
  • Heb. 13:8 – Yahusha is portrayed as the same for all eternity, proving that He is always a separate individual from the Father.
  • Rev. 22:1, 3 – Yahuah the Father and the Lamb (Yahusha) are two separate individuals whom people will worship in heaven.

So, if there are two Persons included in Elohim (bitheism), where did the third one come from? It seems that since the Scriptures do not teach nor mention a Trinity. And since there isn’t any writings by early Assembly fathers or laity concerning this concept, it essentially was started by a man named Tertullian, who lived in North Africa and died around 220 AD.

The earliest Fathers, (within two generations of the Apostles of Messiah) are usually called the Apostolic Fathers and include Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch and Polycarp of Smyrna, and do not speak of the Ruach Ha Kodesh as a Person. In addition, the Didache, or “Teaching of the Twelve Disciples,” and a strange allegory called the “Shepherd of Hermas,” do not teach of a Trinity. Athenagoras of Athens (133-190AD) wrote that the Ruach Ha Kodesh was an “effluence of God, flowing forth and returning to God like a ray of the sun.”

It wasn’t until 325AD, when Constantine (a pagan syncretist and Roman catholic emperor) convened the Council of Nicaea in order to develop a statement of faith that could unify the Roman Catholic Church, that the doctrine of the Trinity became popularized, declaring that the Father and the Son are of the same substance (homoousios), thereby taking a decidedly anti-Arian stand. Arius was then exiled to Illyria.

And then in 381AD, the First Council of Constantinople, convened by Roman emperor Theodosius I, then emperor of the East and a recent convert to early Catholicism, drew up a dogmatic statement on the Trinity and defined the Ruach Ha Kodesh as having the same sovereignty expressed for the Son by the Council of Nicaea 56 years earlier.

So, let’s summarize what happened concerning the development of the Trinity:

  1. The Trinity doctrine is not taught anywhere in scripture, but trinities were common in Paganism and were prominent in Egypt and Babylon.
  2. The beginnings of recognition of this doctrine started at the Council of Nicaea approximately 325 AD, hundreds of years after the last book in the Scripturese was written.
  3. The Council of Nicaea was organized by the Roman Emperor Constantine in which he had the final say on matters that he had little understanding of.
  4. Creed followed creed, and eventually idols were accepted as forms that we can worship YHWH through, and Mary was exalted to be the Mother of YHWH and worship of the saints was sanctioned.
  5. The organized denominations are different than the Body of Messiah spoken of in the Scriptures, proving that most denominations are still rooted in a creed, and in the Trinity doctrine, with most denominations still having the Trinity Doctrine as a foundation, of which originally came from Babylon.
  6. The mother of these denominations is the Roman Catholic Church, which has murdered anywhere from tens of millions to well over 50 million people, had armies and banned access to the scriptures to Believers, which also is known today as the Dark Ages.
  1. During the Reformation, the teachings and authority of the Catholic Church was challenged, with some truths becoming popular once again to the Body of Messiah.
  2. As a result many new denominations started up, but unfortunately they held onto some of the creeds, and in particular, held onto the Trinity doctrine.

The Roman Catholic Church (RCC) is also responsible for burning to death millions of people, many of whom were Believers. They labeled people as heretics for things like reading scripture, translating scripture or daring to obey the Scriptures instead of their traditions (traditions of men).

Most denominations today have a Statement of Faith as their foundation, and are usually based on creeds. Often, Believers are required to take out membership, which often requires an acceptance of a particular Statement of Faith, even though it is un-Sriptural.

Now, let’s further establish Who Yahusha is:

  1. Yahuah has spoken to us through the Prophets and now his Son. Hebrews 1:1-6
  2. The Son is the exact brightness of Yahuah’s esteem. Hebrews 1:1-6
  3. Yahusha is the image of the invisible Elohim. Colossians 1:12-16
  4. Messiah is the radiance of Elohim’s esteem and the exact representation of His being. Hebrews 1:1-3
  5. Yahusha is the very nature of Yahuah. Philippians 2:5
  6. Yahuah considers Yahusha part of Elohim. Hebrews 1:8,9
  7. Elohim sustains all things by his Word (Yahusha is the Word of Elohim). Hebrews 1:3, John 1:1
  8. Yahusha is before all things and in Him all things hold together. Colossians 1:15
  9. Yahusha is seated at the right hand of Yahuah. Colossians 3:1-3
  10. Yahusha inherited a name more superior to the Angels. Hebrews 1:1-6
  11. Yahusha is worthy to be worshipped by Kodesh Messengers. Hebrews 1:1-6
  12. Yahusha is worshiped by humans. Matthew 2:10-12, Matthew 8:2, Matthew 14:32-33, John 9:35-38, Matthew 28:8-10, Matthew 28:16-17
  13. Yahuah became a Father when he begat his Son: “You are my Son, today I have become Your Father.” Hebrews 1:1-6
  14. Yahusha is the Firstborn from the Dead. Revelation 1:4-6
  15. Yahusha has first place in everything. Yahusha is head over the Body of Yahusha Messiah. Ephesians 1:22
  16. Yahusha is Savior of the world (of believers). John 4:42, Titus 2:13, Isaiah 45:22, 43:11
  17. Yahusha is Yahuah’s firstborn. Hebrews 1:1-6
  18. Yahusha is Ruler and Beginning of the Creation of Elohim. Revelation 3:14
  19. Yahusha is begotten, not created. John 1:3
  20. Yahusha is “Wisdom” spoken of in Proverbs 8:22-31.
  21. The “Word” created the Messengers of Elohim. Colossians 1:16, Psalms 148:5
  22. All judgement is given to Yahusha. John 5:22
  23. The Son is in the bosom of the Father. John 1:18
  24. Yahusha had esteem with Yahuah before the world existed. John 17:5
  25. Yahusha was the “Word” of Elohim in the beginning. John 1:1
  26. All things were made by and through the “Word” of Elohim. John 1:3
  27. The “Word” of Elohim became flesh. John 1:14
  28. In Messiah all the fullness of the El lives in bodily form. Colossians 2:9
  29. Messiah is the head over every power and authority. Colossians 2:10
  30. The “wind and waves obey” Messiah. Luke 8:25
  31. Yahusha turned water into wine. John 2:1-11
  32. Yahusha gave sight to a man blind from birth. John 9:1-41
  33. Yahusha forgave sins on earth. Mark 2:7,10
  34. Yahusha rose from the dead a man four days in the grave. John 11:1-46
  35. Yahusha claimed He would rise His own body from the dead. John 2:18, 19, John 10:18
  36. Yahusha will reign on Earth for 1,000 years. Revelation 20:4-6
  37. Yahusha is given all authority in Heaven and Earth. Matthew 28:28
  38. All things are delivered to Yahusha from Yahuah. John 11:27
  39. Every knee will bow of those in Heaven, on earth and under the earth at the Name of Yahusha, confessing He is Sovereign. Philippians 2:5-11
  40. Yahuah the Father is greater than Yahusha the Son. John 14:28
  41. When all things are finally subject to Yahusha, the Son will be subject to the Father. 1 Corinthians 15:28

Here are some early church fathers concerning the El of Messiah:

  • Barnabas, companion of Paul (c. 70-130AD)
    “He is Lord of all the world, to whom God said at the foundation of the world, ‘Let us make man after our image, and after our likeness.’”
  • Ignatius, Bishop of the Church at Antioch (c. 105AD)
    “God Himself was manifested in human form for the renewal of eternal life”
  •  Clement of Rome, Bishop of the Church at Rome (c. 150AD)
    “Brethren, it is fitting that you should think of Jesus Christ as of God – as the Judge of the living and the dead.”
  • Irenaeus, Bishop of the Church at Lyons, Modern Day France (c. 180AD) “Thus He indicates in clear terms that He is God, and that His advent was in Bethlehem… God , then, was made man, and the Lord did Himself save us.” “He is God, for the name Immanuel indicates this.” “How can they be saved unless it was God who worked out their salvation upon earth? Or how shall man pass into God, unless God has first passed into man?”
  • Clement of Alexandria, Renowned Christian Teacher in Egypt (c. 195AD) “O the Great God! O the Perfect Child! The Son in the Father and the Father in the Son… God the Word, who became man for our sakes.” “Nothing, then, is hated by God, nor yet by the Word. For both are one – that is, God. For He has said, ‘In the beginning the Word was in God, and the Word was God.'” “The Word itself, that is the Son of God, is one with the Father by equality of substance. He is eternal and uncreated.”
  •  Hippolytus, Leading Presbyter at the Church in Rome (c. 205AD) “Although He endured the cross, yet as God He returned to life, having trampled upon death.”
  • Origen, Famous Pupil of Clement of Alexandria (c. 225AD)
    “No one should be offended that the Savior is also God, seeing God is the Father. Likewise, since the Father is called Omnipotent, no one should be offended that the Son of God is also called Omnipotent. For in this way, the words will be true that He says to the Father: ‘All mine are yours, and yours are mine, and I am glorified in them.’” “The Son is not different from the Father in substance.”

Even Pagans noted the early Believers equating Messiah with Elohim:

Pliny the Younger (61-112AD), also known as Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus, was the governor of Bithynia (AD 112) and a Roman senator. When writing to emperor Trajan asking for guidance on how he should treat the Believers in his province, he wrote that Believers were “meeting on a certain fixed day before it was light, when they sang in alternate verse a hymn to Christ as to a god…”

And William Lane Craig, in his book, “Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics”, writes, “Studies by NT scholars such as Martin Hengel of Tubingen University, C.F.D. Moule of Cambridge, and others have proved that within twenty years of the crucifixion a full-blown Christology proclaiming Jesus as God incarnate existed…the oldest Christian sermon, the oldest account of a Christian martyr, the oldest pagan report of the Church, and the oldest liturgical prayer (1 Corinthians 16:22) all refer to Christ as Lord and God.”

Now let’s take a look at what the Ruach Ha Kodesh of Elohim is:

  • The Hebrew word for ’’Spirit,’’ or ’’Ruach,’’ is breath, wind, breeze, spirit, air, and strength.
  • Acts 2:1 When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven, as of a RUSHING, MIGHTY WIND, AND IT FILLED THE WHOLE HOUSE where they were sitting. And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. And they were all filled with the Ruach Ha Kodesh, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Ruach gave them utterance.
  • John 20:22 And when he had said this, HE BREATHED ON THEM and saith unto them, Receive ye the Ruach Ha Kodesh.
  • Ezekiel 37:4 Again he said unto me, Prophesy upon these bones, and say unto them, O ye dry bones, hear the word of Elohim. Thus saith Elohim YHWH unto these bones; Behold, I WILL CAUSE BREATH TO ENTER YOU, and ye shall live.
  • Ezekiel 37:9 Then said he unto me, PROPHECY UNTO THE WIND, prophesy, son of man, and SAY TO THE WIND, Thus saith Elohim YHWH; Come from the four winds, O breath, and breathe upon these slain, that they may live. So I prophesied as he commanded me, and the breath came into them, and they lived, and stood up upon their feet, an exceeding great army.
  • John 3:8 That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Ruach is ruach. Do not marvel that I said to you, ‘You must be born again.’ The wind blows where it wishes and you hear the sound of it, but do not know where it comes from and where it is going; so is everyone who is born of the Ruach.
  • In the NIV, Zechariah 6:5 refers to the “four winds of the heavens” riding in chariots, possibly the four winds of heaven going North, East, West and South.
  • The “breath” of Yahuah and the “Spirit” or Ruach of Yahuah are synonymous terms (Job 4:9; Ps. 33:6; Ps. 104:29 and 30; John 3:8; Job 27:3).

There are many ways the scriptures define the Ruach OF Elohim as impersonal:

  • It is referred to as a gift (Acts 10:45; 1 Timothy 4:14).
  • We are told that the Ruach Ha Kodesh can be quenched (1 Thessalonians 5:19).
  • It can be poured out (Acts 2:17, 33).
  • It is shed (Acts 2:33).
  • We are baptized with it (Matthew 3:11).
  • People can drink of it (John 7:37-39).
  • People partake of it (Hebrews 6:4).
  • People are filled with it (Acts 2:4; Ephesians 5:18).
  • It renews us (Titus 3:5).
  • It must be stirred up within us (2 Timothy 1:6).
  • It is called “the Ruach Ha Kodesh of promise.”
  • It is called “the guarantee of our inheritance.”
  • It is called “the Ruach of wisdom and revelation.” (Ephesians 1:13-14, 17).
  • It is a wind (Acts 2:2).
  • It is fire (verse 3).
  • It is water (John 4:14; 7:37-39).
  • It is oil (Psalm 45:7; also Acts 10:38; Matthew 25:1-10).
  • It is a dove (Matthew 3:16).
  • It is a down payment on eternal life (2 Corinthians 1:22; 5:5; Ephesians 1:13-14, KJV).
  • The “Ruach of Yahuah” is synonymous with the “hand” and “the finger” of Elohim (Ezek. 3:14; Job 26:13; Ps. 8:3; Luke 11:20).

Here are some interesting things to consider:

  • If Elohim were a Trinity, surely Paul would have taught this concept. Yet we find no such teaching in His writings.
  • Paul’s standard greeting in his letter to the Assemblies and to individuals was, “Grace to you and peace from Yahuah our Father and Yahusha Messiah.” The same is true of Peter in the salutations of both his epistles.
  • In all of Paul’s writings, only in 2 Corinthians 13:14 is the Ruach Ha Kodesh mentioned along with the Father and Messiah, and there only in connection with the “fellowship of the Ruach Ha Kodesh” in which believers share. Paul describes Elohim’s Ruach as the unifying agent that brings us together in set-apart, righteous fellowship with one another and with the Father and Son.
  • Notice that our fellowship is of the Ruach Ha Kodesh, not with the Ruach Ha Kodesh. John 1:3 tells us, “Truly our fellowship is with the Father and with His Son, Yahusha Messiah.”
  • Paul states that “there is one Yahuah, the Father…and One Yahusha Messiah” (1 Corinthians 8:6), making no mention of the Ruach Ha Kodesh as an El person.
  • Yahusha never spoke of the Ruach Ha Kodesh as a third Person of Elohim, but instead, in numerous passages He spoke only of the relationship between Yahuah the Father and Himself (Matthew 26:39; Mark 13:32; 15:34; John 5:18, 22; etc.).
  • Yahusha doesn’t mention the Ruach Ha Kodesh as a person in His teachings, instead are His many statements about Himself and the Father.
  • In visions of Yahuah’s throne the Father and Messiah are seen, but the Ruach Ha Kodesh is never seen (Acts 7:55-56; Daniel 7:9-14; Revelation 4-5; 7:10).
  • The final and last book of the Scriptures to be written does not mention the Ruach Ha Kodesh as an El person, but describes “a new heaven and new earth” (Revelation 21:1) wherein “the tabernacle of Yahuah is with men, and He will dwell with them”

Here are some other things to consider about the Ruach Ha Kodesh OF Elohim:

  • Anchor Bible Dictionary describes the Ruach Ha Kodesh as the “manifestation of divine presence and power perceptible especially in prophetic inspiration”
  • Repeatedly the Scriptures reveal that Elohim imparted El inspiration to His prophets and servants THROUGH the Ruach Ha Kodesh.
  • Paul wrote that Yahuah’s plan for humanity had been “revealed by the Ruach to His kodesh apostles and prophets” (Ephesians 3:5) and that his own teachings were inspired by the Ruach Ha Kodesh (1 Corinthians 2:13).
  • Paul explains that it is through Yahuah’s Ruach that Yahuah has revealed to Believers the things He has prepared for those who love Him.
  • Working through the Ruach, Yahuah the Father is the revealer of truth to those who serve Him.
  • Yahusha told His followers that the Ruach Ha Kodesh, which the Father would send, “will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you”
  • It is through Elohim’s Ruach within us that we gain ru’chani insight and understanding and come to receive the very “mind of Messiah” (1 Corinthians 2:16), also referred to as the “mind of the Ruach” (Romans 8:27).
  • Messiah was prophesied to have “the Ruach of wisdom and understanding, the Ruach of counsel and might, the Ruach of knowledge and of the fear of Elohim (Isaiah 11:2).
  • Messiah portrayed in His personal conduct the divine attributes of Almighty YHWH through the power of the Ruach Ha Kodesh (1 Timothy 3:16).
  • The Ruach Ha Kodesh is not only the Ruachof Yahuah the Father, but it is the “Ruach of Messiah” (Romans 8:9; Philippians 1:19). Remember that there is ONLY ONE Ruach (1 Corinthians 12:13; Ephesians 4:4).
  • The Father imparts the same Ruach to Believers through Messiah (John 14:26; 15:26; Titus 3:5-6), leading and enabling them to be His children and “partakers of the El nature” (Romans 8:14; 2 Peter 1:4).
  • Yahuah, Who has eternal life in Himself, gives that life to others through the Ruach (John 5:26; 6:63; Romans 8:11).
  • There is an account of the Ruach of Elohim, the Ruach of wisdom, the ruach of understanding, the ruach of counsel, the ruach of might, the ruach of knowledge and the ruach of the fear of Elohim.
  • By this Ruach,Yahusha is still present with those that love him (John): “I will come to you” (14:18); “I am in you” (14:20); and “I will show myself” (14:21).
  • Luke 21:15 tells us that Messiah will give us “a mouth and wisdom, which all your adversaries shall not be able to gainsay nor resist.”
  • If Messiah has a Ruach and the Father has a Ruac hand the Ruach Ha Kodesh is a Ruach, then why is their ONLY ONE Ruach? (Ephesians 4:4)
  • By definition, the Ruach of Yahuah is derived from Yahuah, so what comes from Yahuah as its source cannot also be “Yahuah.”
  • In Scriptural usage, “the Ruach Ha Kodesh” is a synonymous term for “Yahuah.” In Acts 5:3, Peter says Ananias lied to “the Ruach Ha Kodesh,” but in verse 4 Peter says he lied to “Yahuah.” This is an example of the common Semitic parallelism of equivalent terms.
  • “The Ruach Ha Kodesh” is equivalent to “the power of the Most High,” as Luke 1:35 (NIV) clearly indicates by another use of parallelism (Luke 24:49; Acts 1:8;10:38; Romans 15:13; Romans 15:18 and 19; 1 Corinthians. 2:4 and 5).
  • Matthew 1:18 records that Mary “was found to be with child through ‘the Ruach Ha Kodesh.’” Yet all through the New Testament are references to the fact that Yahuah is the Father of our Yahusha. How can “Yahuah” be “the Father” and “the Ruach Ha Kodesh” also be “the father” of Yahusha?
  • By this Ruach, Yahusha’s work with them would continue (John): “It will teach you”(14:26); “It will remind you of everything I have said” (14:26); “It will testify about me” (15:26); “It will convict the world of guilt” (in preparation for His judgment—16:8); “It will guide you into all truth” (16:13); “It will bring esteem to me by taking what is mine and making it known to you” (16:14).
  • The “Ruach Ha Kodesh” is used synonymously and interchangeably with “the Ruach of Yahusha” (Acts 16:7; Phil. 1:19); “the Ruach of Elohim” (Luke 4:18, etc.); “the Ruach of his Son” (Gal. 4:6); “the Ruach of Yahusha Messiah” (Phil. 1:19). In this usage, “the Ruach” is the mind and power of Yahusha Messiah.
  • In Acts 16:6 (NIV), “the Ruach Ha Kodesh” kept Paul and his companions from preaching in Asia, but in Verse 7 (NIV) it says that the “Ruach of Yahusha” would not allow them to enter Bithynia.
  • 2 Corinthians 3:17 and 18 says that Yahusha is “the Ruach.” He has been invested with all ru’chani authority and power to effectively carry out His responsibility as the Head of His body. By His “Ruach” He is able to guide and direct His many servants (2 Cor. 12:8 and 9).
  • Galatians 5:22 and 23 list the “fruit of the Ruach” (the nature of Yahusha); John 15:5 says, “If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit.”
  • The “Ruach of your Father” is synonymous with “the Ruach Ha Kodesh,” and is said to speak in our stead when we might be brought before men for possible persecution or trial (Matt.10:19 and 20; Mark 13:11; Luke 12:11 and 12).
  • The Ruach Ha Kodesh is the very nature, presence and expression of Elohim’s power actively working in His servants (2 Peter 1:4; Galatians 2:20).
  • Peter explains that “Yahuah anointed Yahusha of Nazareth with the Ruach Ha Kodesh and with power” (Acts 10:38).
  • Messiah performed many miracles and worked through the apostle Paul “in mighty signs and wonders, by the power of the Ruach of Yahuah” (Romans 15:19).
  • Yahusha began His ministry “in the power of the Ruach” (Luke 4:14).
  • Yahusha told His followers, “You shall receive power when the Ruach Ha Kodesh has come upon you” (Acts 1:8).
  • Scriptures refer to the Ruach Ha Kodesh as Elohim’s El power (Zechariah 4:6; Micah 3:8).
  • Another example of the Ruach of Messiah: “for Yahuah hath sent forth the Ruach of  His Son into our hearts crying, Abba, Father.” (Galatians 4:6)
  • Yet another example of the Ruach of Messiah: “If any man have not the Ruach of Messiah he is none of His.” (Rom. 8:9)
  • We are told that the “the ruachs of the prophets are subject to the prophets” (1 Corinthians 14:32).
  • We are sanctified by the Ruach (2 Thess. 2:13); we are sanctified in Messiah Yahusha (1 Cor. 1:2), whom Yahuah made to be sanctification for us (1 Cor. 1:30).
  •  We are strengthened by the Ruach in the inner man (Eph. 3:16); Messiah dwells in our hearts (Eph. 3:17).
  • We have access to the Father by the Ruach (Eph. 2:18); in Messiah and through faith in Him we have access with confidence to Yahuah (Eph. 3:12).
  • The Ruach apportions to each one individually as it chooses (1 Cor. 12:11); Yahusha pours out the Ruach (Acts 2:33) and gave some apostles, some prophets, etc. (Eph. 4:11).
  • The Ruach intercedes for us (Rom. 8:26); Messiah Yahusha intercedes for us (Rom. 8:34).
  • The only verse that would indicate that there might be three persons sharing one name is Matthew 28:19: “…baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” But this verse is quoted in a different form by the early Believing Fathers, notably Eusebius, who quotes the verse at least 18 times as follows: “baptizing them in My name.”
  • Both the Father and Son are shown to send the Comforter: “But the Comforter, which is the Ruach Ha Kodesh, whom the Father will send in my name, it shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.” John 14:26 “Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you.” (John 16:7) “Wherefore he saith, When he ascended up on high, he led captivity captive, and gave gifts unto men.” (Ephesians 4:8, Acts 2:33)
  • The Comforter points to and esteems Messiah.
    “But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Ruach of truth, which proceedeth from the Father, he shall testify of me:” (John 15:26) “Wherefore I give you to understand, that no man speaking by the Ruach of Yahuah calleth Yahusha accursed: and that no man can say that Yahusha is Messiah, but by the Ruach Ha Kodesh.” (1 Corinthians 12:3)
  • We are told the Ruach is FROM Yahuah: “And John bare record, saying, I saw the Spirit descending from heaven like a dove, and it abode upon him. And I knew him not: but he that sent me to baptize with water, the same said unto me, Upon whom thou shalt see the Spirit descending, and remaining on him, the same is he which baptizeth with the Ruach Ha Kodesh. And I saw, and bare record that this is the Son of Yahuah. (John 1:32-34)
  • Elohim is said to be omnipresent by His “Ruach” (Job 31:4, Proverbs 5:20,21).
  • We are told that “No man hath seen Elohim at any time. If we love one another, Elohim dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us. Hereby know we that we dwell in him, and he in us, because he hath given us of his Ruach. And we have seen and do testify that the Father sent the Son to be the Saviour of the world. (1 John 4:12-14)
  • We are told that Elohim is the Ruach: “Now Elohim is the Ruach, and where the Ruach of Elohim is, there is liberty.” (2 Cor 3:17).
  • Yahuah uses Kodesh Messengers to speak as if they were Yahuah Himself, and even to use His personal name, Yahuah. (Judges 13:21-22, Genesis 32:24-30, Hosea 12:3-5, Exodus 3: 2-4,6 and 16, Judges 6:12,13 and 22)
  • The Hebrew usage of “the Ruach of Elohim” never refers to a person separate from, but a part of, Yahuah Almighty. Neither does the phrase, “the Ruachs of Elohim” occur, which would refer to separate Ru’chani entities within a multi-personal Elohim.
  • The Scriptures never tell us to pray to, lift up, praise, honor, sing to, speak to, esteem or otherwise venerate as a sovereignty of Elohim concerning the Ruach OF Elohim.
  • Elohim is referred to as a Ruach (John 4:24).
  • While much is said by Messiah concerning His love for His Father, no such reference is made to the Ruach.
  • While Scriptures mention the love the Father and Son has for Believers, no mention is made of the love of the Ruach for them.
  • It should be noted that pneuma hagion often refers to the gift of Elohim, the El nature born inside us. This El nature is a “thing,” not a person. Thus it should be referred to with pronouns such as “it,” “that,” or “which,” and not “who,” or “whom.”
Advertisements

35 Responses

  1. The trinity is absolutely a false doctrine made by the catholic church. Amazing revelation regarding Godhead with complete scriptural evidence found at

    http://voiceofarchangel.com/topics1.php#C1

  2. Yes the Trinity is a false concept how anyone can even start to understand it is beyond me.

    • Elizabeth, we have been lied to by people we trusted to tell us the truth and who also believed those same lies to be true. Now, tell me, what is the Name of the Son of Elohim? You may have to do some homework to find the truth. Hint: There is no “j” in Hebrew and the Jews deceived us about the vowels…Jehovah is NOT correct…

    • You are false in teaching that the Father and the Son are one and the same, since one cannot beget oneself, but ONLY another. The mystery may be similar to a man and his wife. The TWO are different people, but ONE flesh.

      1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with Elohim, and the Word was Elohim.
      2 He was in the beginning with Elohim
      .
      3 All came to be through
      Him , and without Him not even one came to be that came to be.
      4 In Him was life , and the life was the light of men.
      5 And the light shines in the darkness , and the darkness
      has not overcome it.
      6 There was a man sent from Elohim , whose name was Yoḥanan.
      7 This one came for a witness , to bear witness of the Light, that
      all might believe through him.
      8 He was not that Light, but that he might bear witness of that
      Light.
      9 He was the true Light , which enlightens every man, coming
      into the world.
      10 He was in the world, and the world came to be through
      Him, and the world did not know Him.
      11 He came to His own and His own did not receive Him.
      12 But as many as received Him , to them He gave the
      authority to become children of Elohim, to those believing
      in His Name,
      13 who were born, not of blood nor of the desire of flesh
      nor of the desire of man, but of Elohim.
      14 And the Word became flesh and pitched His tent among us, and we saw His esteem, esteem as of an only brought-forth of a father,
      complete in favor and truth.
      15 Yoḥanan bore witness of Him and cried out, saying,“This was
      He of whom I said,‘ He who comes after me has become before me,
      because He was before me.’ ”
      16 And out of His completeness we all did receive, and favor
      upon favor,
      17 for the Torah was given through Mosheh – the favor and the
      truth came through OSWHY
      Mashiach.
      18 No one has ever seen Elohim. The only brought-forth
      Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He did declare.
      19 Now this was the witness of Yoḥanan when the Yahuḏim sent
      from Yerushalayim kōhenim andLĕwites to ask him,“ Who are you?”
      20 And he confessed and did not deny, but confessed,“I am not
      ha’ Mashiach .”
      21 And they asked him,“ What then, are you Ĕliyahu? ” So he said,
      “I am not.” “ Are you the Naḇi?” Andhe answered,“ No.”
      22 Therefore they said to him,“ Who are you, so that we give an answer to those who sent us? What do you say about yourself?”
      23 He said,“I am a voice of one crying in the wilderness,‘ Make straight the way of HWHY,’ as the naḇi Yeshayahu said.”
      24 And those sent were of the Pharisees,
      25 and they asked him, saying,“ Why then do you immerse if you are not ha’ Mashiach , nor Ĕliyahu, nor the Naḇi?”
      26 Yoḥanan answered them, saying, “I immerse in water, but in your
      midst stands One whom you do not know,
      27 the One coming after me, who has become before me, whose sandal strap I am not worthy to loosen.”
      28 This took place in Bĕyth Anyah beyond the Yardĕn, where Yoḥanan was immersing.
      29 The next day Yoḥanan saw OSWHY coming toward him, and said,“ See , the Lamb of Elohim who takes away the sin of the
      world!
      30 “This is He of whom I said,‘ After me comes a Man who has become before me, for He was before me.’
      31 “ And I did not know Him, but that He might be revealed to isra’ĕl, therefore I came immersing in water.”
      32 And Yoḥanan bore witness , saying,“I have seen the Ruach coming down from shamayim like adove and remain on
      Him.
      33 “ And I did not know Him, but He who sent me to immerse
      in water said to me,‘Upon whom you see the Ruach coming down and remaining on Him, this is He who immerses in Ruach ha’
      Qodesh.’
      34 “ And I have seen and have witnessed that this is the Son of
      Elohim.”
      35 Again the following day, Yoḥanan was standing with two of his
      talmidim,
      36 and looking at OSWHY walking, he said,“ See the Lamb of Elohim!”

      Note that He is the “Lamb OF Elohim, and NOT what you are teaching.

      Here is a video that may help to explain that the Son and the Father consists of TWO separate Persons. Remember that the Son will eventually be UNDER the Father AFTER all is under the Son.

      • Here is more information proving that binitarianism is correct, while oneness and trinity doctrines are false:

        MATTITHYAHU — MattithYAHU means “GIFT OF YAHUAH”

        1:1 The cepher of the genealogy of OSWHY Mashiach, Son of Dawiḏ,
        Son of Aḇraham:
        2 Aḇrahim brought forth Yitsḥaq and Yitsḥaq brought forth Ya‘aqoḇ and Ya‘aqoḇ brought forth Yahuḏah and his brothers.
        3 And Yahuḏah brought forth Perets and Zeraḥ by Tamar and Perets brought forth Ḥetsron and Ḥetsron
        brought forth Ram.
        4 And Ram brought forth Amminaḏaḇ and Amminaḏaḇ brought forth Naḥshon and Naḥshon brought forth
        Salmon.
        5 And Salmon brought forth Bo ‘az by Raḥaḇ and Bo‘az brought forth Oḇĕḏ by Ruth and Oḇĕḏ brought forth Yishai.
        6 And Yishai brought forth Dawiḏ the sovereign and Dawiḏ the sovereign brought forth Shelomoh by Uriyah’ s wife.
        7 And Shelomoh brought forth Reḥaḇ‘am and Reḥaḇ‘am brought forth Aḇiyah and Aḇiyah brought forth
        Asa.
        8 And Asa brought forth Yehoshaphat and Yehoshaphat brought forth Yoram and Yoram brought forthUzziyah.
        9 And Uzziyah brought forth Yotham and Yotham brought forth Aḥaz and Aḥaz brought forth Ḥizqiyahu.
        10 And Ḥizqiyahu brought forth Menashsheh and Menashsheh brought forth Amon and Amon brought
        forth Yoshiyahu.
        11 And Yoshiyahu brought forth Yeḵonyah and his brothers at the
        time of the exile to Baḇel.
        12 And after the exile to Baḇel, Yeḵonyah brought forth She
        ‘alti ‘ĕl and She ‘alti ‘ĕl brought forth Zerubbaḇel.
        13 And Zerubbaḇel brought forth Aḇihuḏ and Aḇihuḏ brought forth Elyaqim and Elyaqim brought forth Azor.
        14 And Azor brought forth Tsaḏoq and Tsaḏoq brought forth Aqim and Aqim brought forth Elihuḏ.
        15 And Elihuḏ brought forth El ‘azar and El ‘azar brought forth Mattan and Mattan brought forth Ya‘aqoḇ.
        16 And Ya‘aqoḇ brought forth Yosĕph the husband of Miryam, of whom was born OSWHY who is called Mashiach.
        17 So all the generations from Aḇrahim to Dawiḏ were fourteen generations and from Dawiḏ until theexile to Baḇel were fourteen generations and from the exile to Baḇel until the
        Mashiach were fourteengenerations.
        18 But the birth of OSWHY Mashiach was as follows: After His mother Miryam was engaged to Yosĕph, before they came together, she was found to be pregnant from the
        Ruach ha’Qodesh.
        19 And Yosĕph her husband, being righteous and not wishing to make a show of her, had in mind to put her away secretly.
        20 But while he thought about this, see, a mal’akh of YHWH
        appeared to him in a dream, saying, “Yosĕph, son of Dawiḏ,
        do not be afraid to take Miryam as your wife, for that which is in her was brought forth from the Ruach ha’ Qodesh.
        21 “She shall give birth to a Son and you shall call His Name OSWHY for He shall save His people from their sins.”
        22 And all this came to be in order to fill what was spoken by
        YHWH through the naḇi, saying,
        23 “See, a maiden shall conceive and she shall give birth to a
        Son and they shall call His Name Immanu’ĕl,
        ” which translated, means, “Ĕl with us.”

        24 And Yosĕph, awaking from his sleep, did as the mal’akh of
        YHWH commanded him and took his wife,
        25 but knew her not until she gave birth to her Son, the first-born. And he called His Name OSWHY
        21 And OSWHY having been born in Bĕyth Leḥem of Yahuḏah in the days of Herodes the sovereign, see, Magi from the East came to Yerushalayim saying,“Where is He who has been born Sovereign of the Yahuḏim? For we saw His star in the Eastand have come to
        do reverence to Him.
        2 And Herodes the sovereign, having heard, was troubled and
        all Yerushalayim with him.
        4 And having gathered allthe chief kōhenim and scribes
        of the people together, he asked them where the
        Mashiach was to be born.
        5 And they said to him,“ In Bĕyth Leḥem of Yahuḏah, for thus it has been written by the naḇi,
        6 ‘But you, Bĕyth Leḥem, in the land of Yahuḏah, you are by no means least among the rulers of Yahuḏah, for out of you
        shall come a Ruler who shall shepherd My people Yisra’ĕl.’

  3. The Holy Bible says the same and that the messiah is the son of god, the holy trinity is the father, son and holy spirit which is three persons, one God for God said in the beginning of humanity let us make man in our image, so how is the trinity false?

    • Let me ask you a question: Why do you not give me the actual Name of the Father? God is NOT the Name of the Father. Elohim is the Name of the Son and the Father. Here is another question for you: Who gave humans the right to CHANGE the Name of the Son of YHWH? His Name is Yahusha (Yahushua is mentioned twice). As far as the false trinity is concerned, I used to believe this construct of Constantine, but remember that the idea of a triune god far preceds what Christians have copied as their own. NONE of the early Believers even mention a triune god at any time in their writings. Look it up.

  4. That would mean that you do not believe God is capable of all things, after all he did create the heavens and the earth and everything in them. God always was, is and is to come. Revelations even tells us of the calling up of all the dead in Christ fallowed by the calling up of all those who are alive and remain who have repented and asked for forgiveness through Jesus Christ just as great tribulation is beginning for those are the great multitude that are brought out of great tribulation.

    • If you are teaching the false pre-Tribulation Period “rapture,” you are hereby warned you are in violation of the warning of the prophecies of the book of Revelation. Yahusha comes with FIRE, which might be how Believers in Yahusha become transformed, and this may be part of the reason WHY people are going to be asking rocks to fall on them: to hide them from the wrath (he said the second time He comes, he will bring FIRE to the earth) of Yahusha. BTW, there were Christians before their Christ, but the followers of the Jewish Messiah were Natsarim. Constantine helped to rid the world of much Gnosticism that was perverting the Natsarim faith, but he started the persecution of the real saints of Elohim, as Christianity began, and church and state became one and the same.

  5. And the holy spirit is the comforter in which Christ gave unto his disciples to comfort them and those on earth who excepted Jesus as their savior through the hard ships of the world. so it speaks of God being three persons, Jesus even mentioned how Moses had seen him before he was borne into the world.

    • The Spirit of Elohim is the Ruach Ha Kodesh of Elohim, with Elohim comprising of the Word of Elohim and of YHWH at the beginning. Then the Word of Elohim became flesh and was begotten of the Spirit of Elohim and became the Son of YHWH. All things will be put under the authority of the Son of YHWH, and then, eventually even Yahusha will be under the Father after all things are put under His Son’s authority. Ruach means “Spirit” and Kodesh means “set-apart.”

      Here is an answer I found on answerit:

      “The Hebrew word qodesh and the equivalent Greek word hagios, together with their derivatives, have been translated with one of three words, or derivatives, in our older English versions, namely: holy, hallowed, or sanctified. Another word is also used in modern versions, and generally in ecclesiastical literature, namely: sacred. Most of us have the idea that this word has the meaning of piety, or being pious, or to be devout. However, this conception is refuted when we read in Isa. 66:17 of the idolatrous people “who sanctify (qadash) themselves and purify themselves, to go to the gardens after an idol in the midst, eating swine’s flesh and the abomination and the mouse ….” This refutation of the incorrect idea that “holy” means “to be pious”, is further confirmed by the shocking discovery that one of the Hebrew words for a harlot (whore) is qedeshah, a derivative of qadash! Likewise, a male prostitute (or sodomite) is called a qadesh in Hebrew. This then causes us to seek for the real meaning of the word qodesh (its verb being qadash) and its Greek equivalent hagios. The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, vol. 2, p. 817, summarises what most authorities say about qodesh and hagios, “. . . the meaning of ‘separation’ is paramount … the more elemental meaning seems to lie with ‘separation’.” The same dictionary, in vol. 4, p.210, says, “The basic sense of the Hebrew root qadash, as of its Greek equivalent in the Bible—hagios, seems to be ‘separateness’.” Likewise, Vine’s Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words repeatedly emphasises the fact of the fundamental meaning of the word to be: “separation” (see under “holiness” and “sanctification”). With the discovery of the true meaning of this word, namely, separate and separation, we can now understand why qodesh is used in a positive sense, a good sense, and that it can equally be used in a negative and evil sense.”

  6. And for real even you are going by hear say from others who are posting on your site. God gives you wisdom to understand when you seek knowledge of him, especially when it comes to evil tempting those in search of him to search their hearts and heal them from their sins. Not everything is based 3s ps or qs it is how God opens your heart and your mind to him so that he can shew you him self as he works through you. the trinity never meant that Jesus said that he the father and the holy spirit was one as in one being. He was stating that he, the father and the holy spirit where three separate but as one in spirit it means supreme being, three persons one GOD. God is the ONLY supreme being period and capable of anything and everything for he is lord of lords, king of kings, alpha and omega and the beginning and the end and the only way to him is through his son Jesus Christ because he is the way, the truth and the life, Jesus is the ONLY way and NO ONE will come unto the father without him because he is the bright morning star, he is the key to the door of heaven and with out him there is no other way through the door because he is the only one who can open the one door in the universe to heaven where the father is and the only one who can shutteth it.

    • Let’s research the meaning of the word “God.” The following is from http://www.bibleanswerstand.org/God.htm

      “The English word for “God” has become a source of confusion for Christians since at least the Anglo-Saxon era. Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary says that the origin of the word ‘god’ comes from a Germanic word ‘gad,’ pronounced as “gohdt.”

      “The following information on the origin of the word ‘god’ will help to understand why we use it in our vernacular.

      “GOD – The English word God is identical with the Anglo-Saxon word for “good,” and therefore it is believed that the name God refers to the divine goodness. (See Oehler’s Theol. of Old Test.; Strong’s and Young’s concordances.) (From New Unger’s Bible Dictionary) (Originally published by Moody Press of Chicago, Illinois. Copyright (C) 1988.)

      “Further information on the source of our word for ‘God’ is listed below:

      “Word origin: God – Our word god goes back via Germanic to Indo-European, in which a corresponding ancestor form meant “invoked one.” The word’s only surviving non-Germanic relative is Sanskrit hu, invoke the gods, a form which appears in the Rig Veda, most ancient of Hindu scriptures: puru-hutas, “much invoked,” epithet of the rain-and-thunder god Indra. (From READER’S DIGEST, Family Word Finder, page 351) (Originally published by The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc., Pleasantville New York, Montreal; Copyright (C) 1975)

      “Now if the sources noted above are accurate, then the word that we use for the Supreme Being, God, comes from a very pagan origin. Thus the word god is used generically by many different religions to refer to their deity or “invoked one.”” — by Craig Bluemel

      Why do Christians call their god “God” when the Creator of the universe told humans to tell them of His real Name? And the name “Jehovah” is NOT correct, especially since there are no “j’s” or “v’s” in Hebrew. I started to research the name of Jehovah after someone challenged me to do it. Here is a blog entry that will help those seeking truth. https://777denny.wordpress.com/2011/02/23/have-you-been-baptized-in-the-name-of-jesus-to-wash-your-sins-away-if-so-you-have-been-baptized-into-the-greek-name-transliterated-from-iesous-which-in-hebrew-means-horse-yahusha-i/

  7. God Bless you all but really you even have to be careful with scrolls especially from leaders of Israel of Jesus time because even they were tampered with and some scrolls missing. The Vatican isn’t the only one that is guilty of that although the RCC is the worst and the proven whore (Mystery Babylon The Great) and when she is revealed God will punish her by putting in the minds of man to make war with her and she shall have torment 7 fold for in one day she will be left desolate and utterly burned. And then Christ Jesus comes to reap the world of his sheep, those left behind during the calling of the dead and living saints but latter gave their hearts and lives to God through Jesus Christ, these will be reaped but the angel will reap those who had drink of the wrath of God which are those who fallow The anti Christ (Satan) false prophet (Pope of the Roman Catholic Church) he who appears as a lamb but speaks in the tongue of the dragon (Satan) the defector of the Church all are thrown into the bottomless pit, the lake of fire but Satan is locked away for 1000 years and is loosed for a little season to gather those left on earth who had fallen to his wicked deception and the end of the age is complete this is after the 1000 year reign of Christ then the earth the heavens and the sun and moon go away into darkness and pass away from the face of God and makes all things new. The world will be remodeled without oceans nor a sun or moon because the Glory of God alone brightens the world and we will be his sons and daughters and he will be our God forever and ever amen…

  8. A lot of mixed up people here~ Mixing doctrine and great and swelling words~ Assuming all sorts of non-sense~ So called “theologians” who can use knowledge of Greek and Hebrew to confuse those with a weak conscience~ Pray for the baptism of the Holy Ghost as evidenced by speaking in tongues~ Jesus in the baptizer with fire~ When you get this, you will have your answer~

    • What exactly does “holy” mean and where did this word originate from? Where does the word “God” come from? Where does the name “Jesus” come from and what was the name given to the Jewish Savior by Christians before this name was given? Who told who to change the Name of the Jewish Messiah? Do names mean anything? What were the Natsarim? What does YHWH mean and where did this come from? Since Heaven speaks Hebrew, do the Christian scriptures lie when they say they should call Him “Jesus”? Does YAHUAH the Father and Yahusha the Son from the tribe of Yahudah make any sense to you? Yeshayahu contains “yahu” which is part of the Father’s real Name. Does this mean anything to you? It is easy to castigate in generalities of condemnation, but to really help another it takes a seeker of Truth, for the Way and the Life come from seeking the Truth FIRST…

  9. To those employing apologetic tactics to force Yahusha to be Yahuah, come off it. The concept of trinity isn’t impossible, but it’s illogical when you stop willing it to overpower your reason. Yahusha himself said that he wasn’t the father. Plus if he was the Father how could he sit at his own right hand, how could he not know the day or the hour, how could he be tempted by the very same jackal he cast out of his midst, why would he stress drops of blood because of his imminent death when he knew he could raise himself from the dead, why would he ask himself why he himself had forsaken him etc. Think about that without clinging to added on or out of context verses.

    • ARNOLD SWARTLAND, the Trinity, of course, doesn’t have to be logical for it to be wrong, which it is. I find no other fault in your reply. I believe in Binitarianism because I believe it to be the truth. Thanks for your input, and feel free to sound off on whatsoever you so desire.

      • If you do not believe in the third person of the Trinity…the Holy Spirit….then you are worshipping a false god. Repent

        The Helper…Sent by Yeshua Ha’Mashiach does His will….and He said it was BETTER that He leave so the Helper could come….This Helper makes decisions that only a ‘person’ can make in Acts…

        If it is better that the Helper come and Yeshua leave….how could it be if it is not just as much a person as The Father and the Son are….

        The Father is knowledge to humanity
        The Son is physical interaction with Creation
        The Spirit is the conduit of power….

        Without the Holy Spirit…There is no conduit of power

        Enough

        • My entry gives great detail providing Scripture that shows that the Set-Apart Spirit of Elohim is not a person, but a thing. The word ‘holy’ is derived from the word ‘halo,’ as in ‘halo around the sun.’ The early Believers never even discussed a so-called trinity, though this trinity is actually Nimrod, Tammuz and Semiramis, where Nimrod/Tammuz is the ‘Eternal Sun.’ The halo that Christians use in their artwork is a tribute to Nimrod, as are the ‘halo days,’ which now are called ‘holidays.’ The reason why the Son’s Name is Yahusha/Yahushua is because it means ‘Yah is our Salvation,’ and is in line with ‘halleluYah, the nickname ‘Yah’ that is used in Scripture for the Father, the tribe of Yahudah, and also know that the Jewish Masoretes changed the vowels from an ‘a’ to an ‘e.’ Elohim is Spirit, and where His Spirit is is everywhere, using it to be a Comforter and Helper to those that love Elohim. The word ‘holy’ does certainly not convey what YHWH wrote through man, but ‘set-apart is what we are to be to the profane. Please, if you have any questions, let me know. Thank you.

  10. when God speaks, God use We/I/Us/Me, but you can NEVER find verses referring to God as “They/Their”.

    Then God said, “Let Us make man ‘in Our image, according to Our likeness’; let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” Genesis 1:26

    God was speaking with majestic authority thus using Us/Our in Gen1:26.

    God said clearly “in Our Image according to Our likeness” referring to mankind becoming rulers and creators on earth. Not by any means using the physical of God to create shape of man and female, but rather figure-like to that of God having dominance over universe, but for mankind they having dominance over other living creature on earth.

    And God created man ‘in His (verse do Not use THEIR) own image, in the image of God’ created He him; male and female created He them. Genesis 1:27

    And if we use Pauline-Christian logic. Whose image was verse referring to? Father? As Christians should know that Word and Spirit do not have image.
    Do Christians believe Father/Word/Holy Spirit have image or all three were imageless?

    • My Eloah, my strong El, my Elohim I trust did not create Christianity, as this was the work of Constantine, who scapegoated the Jews with his new Christian religion, and the Babylonian Mystery Religion was born to persecute, pillage, rape, torture, and to eventually murder from 50 to 100 million people, bringing Christmas and Easter — both of which are Babylonian holidays — into this new religion based partly on the Scriptures of Elohim and partly on Constantine’s other Pagan religious beliefs. The Set-Apart Spirit of Elohim is not a person, but a thing. The trinity of Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz are woven throughout the Christian religion, with Easter representing Ishtar, another name for Semiramis, Santa representing Woden, another name for Nimrod, and Easter has them facing east, which Elohim did not command men to do. The Christmas tree is actually a Tammuz Tree, and everything from the 12 Days of Christmas to caroling to gift-giving to the Yule Log and Mistletoe and tree ornaments, along with the kind of tree brought into the house, are all Babylonian-inspired tribute to Nimrod, Tammuz and Semiramis. And the beam of Messiah NOT being a ‘cross,’ but a pole, with the ‘T’ representing Tammuz prior to Christians finally using it. Christianity also adopted other religious symbols that can be traced back to Babylon, including the dove, the fish, the Mother and Child, the Shepherd — and even the garb of orthodox Christianity mirroring Babylonian garb.And just to let everyone KNOW FOR SURE, please understand that according to Scripture, those who suppress the truth by turning away from it shall not find the Way to Life that they think they will find at the end…

  11. I like ur point of view i also believe in GODHEAD not trinity..i also ve plenty of scriptures to back up d teachings of GODHEAD.

  12. Revelation 5:6 ^
    And I saw in the middle of the high seat and of the four beasts, and in the middle of the rulers, a Lamb in his place, which seemed as if it had been put to death, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Ruaj of YHWH, sent out into all the earth.

    The first mistery OF THE HORN
    is the mistery OF GODHEAD

    no one here can explain crealy it.

  13. This has made my day. I wish all poitnsgs were this good.

  14. You deny Jesus Christ to be God since you do not read isaiah 9:6:

    Isaiah 9:6,”For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.”

    As the phrase, his name shall be called…The mighty God, is mentioned above, the Old Testament even supports that Jesus Christ is God Himself.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: