'This (Jesus) is my beloved son....' (Matthew 3:17)

'Israel is my son, my first born' (Exodus 4:22)

'You (David) are my son' (Psalm 2:7)

'He (Solomon) shall be my son and I will be his father' (1 Chronicles 22:10)

'I am a father to Israel and Ephraim is my first born' (Jeremiah 31:9)

'I will be his (Samuel's) father and he shall be my son' (2 Samuel 7:14)



SON OF GOD = PEACEMAKER, BELIEVER (son is not the right/correct translation from the original Bible).

This is the perfect example for why it is very important to keep divine revelations in their original language, as otherwise the message will be twisted and changed over time as has happened to the Bible. The Bible has been changed many times by man, still today it is changed to fit times, they call it 'updating' but it is changing the original message from God and can therefore no longer be divine.


ONLY ONE GOD.....this is mentioned in the Bible : Isaiah 44:6, 43:10-12, 45:18, 45:20-23, 45:5-6, 46:9-10

                                                                                 Matthew 4:10, Psalms 86:10, 89:6-7, 1Kings 8:23



Jesus's warning (Matthew 7:21-27, 23:13)

When Jesus (as) said me and my father are one (John 10:30) it means one in faith, just like when a man leaves his parents to be joined with his wife and they become one flesh (Genesis 2:24), no longer two, but one flesh (Mark 10:7-8).


JESUS (as) IS NOT GOD BECAUSE  as is said in the Bible:

No one has seen God at any time (John 1:18)

God has no blood or flesh, has no worldly needs

God is spirit (John 4:24, Luke 24:38-40)

God cannot be killed or slain (Ezekiel 28:9, Acts 5:30)

God never sleeps (Psalm 121:4, Matthew 8:24)

Jesus ate and drank (Luke 24:41-43, John 19:28)

Jesus drank liqour (Matthew 11:19)

Jesus was afraid (Mark 14:32-34, John 8:59)

God cannot be tempted by evil (James 1:13)

Jesus was tempted by the devil (Matthew 4:1-10)

Jesus scolded many people (Matthew 23:33)

Jesus sinned (Matthew 3:13)

Jesus in pain (Matthew 27:46)



His father Zacharias was filled with the Holy Spirit (Luke 1:67)

Elisha was filled with the Holy Spirit (Luke 1:41)

Jesus was filled with the Holy Spirit only after he was baptised by John, but

John was filled with the Holy Spirit even in the womb (Luke 1:15)

Holy spirit was upon Suireou (Luke 2:25)

Barnabas was full of the Holy Spirit (Acts 11:24)

Stephan full of the Holy Spirit (Acts 6:5)



True slaves have the holy spirit, those who surrender themselves to God.


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