EVER THOUGHT ABOUT THE FACT THAT WITHOUT יהוה ELOHIM (the Hebrew Letters Yud-Hey-Vav_Hey, most likely pronounced YAHWEH), we would never have had "Jesus"? After all, יהוה is "the Father" who supernaturally placed the baby into Miriam's womb. Jesus didn't place himself there.
Yet, the churches never (or rarely) mention Yahweh's Name because to them, it's all about "Jesus" ... who prayed to the Father (Matthew 26: 39) and did ALL the Father commanded him to do. (For instance, Jesus didn't pray to himself! He said "Father, please take this cup from me...")
Yeshua (our Messiah’s actual, given, Hebrew name which in Hebrew means “Yahweh is Salvation”) was the "arm of YHWH" (Isaiah 53:1); sent to teach YHWH's people about the Kingdom (Luke 4:43 and 8:1; Acts 24:14 and 28:23) before offering/sacrificing himself on our behalf.
(Yeshua martyred himself, against which there is no Torah command! He could have called down legions of angels to remove Him from that cross/stake, but He didn't because He KNEW who He was and what He had to do!)
It is imperative to recognize that the "arm" (Yeshua) doesn't control the "brain" (YHWH), and Yeshua never suggested that he came to replace YHWH/the "Father" in any way! He even said he came to do His Father's will and NOT his own; and that he would do everything His Father commanded. Check it out for yourself:
Luke 4:43 "But he (Yeshua/Jesus) said, "I must preach the good news of the Kingdom of God to the other towns also, because that is why I was sent." (CJB)
(The “good news” Kingdom of God refers to YHWH and His Torah and everything YHWH is and does.)
Luke 8:1 And it happened after these things that Y'shua was going around in the cities and in the villages and was preaching and declaring the Kingdom of Elohim. (CJB)
Note that Yeshua wasn't referring to himself at the time, as he was a "human" on earth. He was DIVINE of course, as YHWH was his "Father" who caused him to be born; and therefore, he was able to be the PERFECT human who was the only one ever "good" enough to shed his own divine blood to redeem us by removing our past sins:
Colossians 2:14 - He wiped away the bill of charges against us. Because of the regulations, it stood as a testimony against us; but he removed it by nailing it to the execution-stake 15 stripping the rulers and authorities of their power he made a public spectacle of them triumphing over them by means of the stake. [CJB])
Since he was sent to NOT do his own will, WHY are people insisting he came to somehow “replace the Father” and abolish Torah/God’s Divine Instruction in Righteousness, without which we would have NO blueprint for moral, holy living? After all, YHWH commanded that “all” who accept Him were to do exactly as His people (the Hebrews) did. (See Exodus 12:49, Numbers 15:13-16, Isaiah 56:6, Galatians 3:28 and Romans 10:12-13.)
YHWH actually told His people about the Messiah He planned to send to earth one day:
Deuteronomy 18: 15 "ADONAI will raise up for you a prophet like me from among yourselves, from your own kinsmen. You are to pay attention to him, 16 just as when you were assembled at Horev and requested ADONAI your God, 'Don't let me hear the voice of ADONAI my God any more, or let me see this great fire ever again; if I do, I will die!' 17 On that occasion ADONAI said to me, 'They are right in what they are saying. 18 I will raise up for them a prophet like you from among their kinsmen. I will put my words in his mouth, and he will tell them everything I order him. (CJB)
(Remember: God’s timing is not the same as ours; and so the “kinsmen” he was referring to, didn’t necessarily mean they would be of the generation He was speaking to at the time – rather, at the perfect time of HIS choosing…)
Here's more proof revealing that Yeshua himself came to do HIS FATHER's will only, and not his own!
John 6: 35. Y'shua said to them, I am the Bread of Life. Whoever comes to me will not hunger. And whoever believes in me will not ever thirst. 36. But I have said to you that you have seen me, and you do not believe. 37. All who my Father has given to me will come, and whoever comes not to me I will cast outside! 38. For I came down from heaven, not to do my will, but to do the will of Him who sent me. 39. And this is His will, that of Him who sent me, that all that He has given to me I do not lose even one. 40. For this is the will of my Father, that all who see the Son and believe in him, will have life that is eternal. And I will raise him up on the last day. (AENT)
 As in the context of Miltha (the Word) or the "Manifestation" or the "Will of" YHWH coming down from heaven to do the Will of YHWH upon earth; his Spirit is of YHWH but his nephesh (soul) and body are human and temporal.
By the way – contrary to popular belief, neither Paul nor any of the other Apostles EVER taught against Yeshua or YHWH’s Torah:
Acts 28: 23 "From morning till evening the Apostle Paul explained and declared the Kingdom of God and tried to convince people about Yeshua from the Law of Moses and from the Prophets."
Acts 24: 14. But this indeed I (Paul) acknowledge, that in that same doctrine of which they speak, I do serve the Elohim of my fathers, believing all the things written in Torah and in the prophets. (CJB)
It is VERY unfortunate that “religion and religiosity” have turned the Word of YHWH into something other than what the Bible actually tells us…
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