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Revelation 1:8

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [seven]

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Christ, in Revelation 15:3, goes by the sobriquet Lord God Almighty, and Revelation 11:17 gives the same Lord God Almighty to the Father. Each of the two Divine Beings is: “Which is, and which was, and which is to come.” Revelation 16:5 says of Jesus, “And I heard the angel of the waters say, Thou art righteous, O Lord, which art, and wast, and shalt be, because thou hast judged thus.” The name or title “Lord” in Hebrew is most definitely LORD (in capitals) and which is none other than I AM THAT I AM –JEHOVAH. What does this say of those who are in Christ Jesus? They are in the safest hand of the Entity (whose immanent transcendentalism spans the eternity present, past and future), spiritually. Their (the Christians) eternal lives are inviolably secure. Their lives reside in the Saviour, Jesus, very God of very God. Selah!Read More

TRINITY OF THE GODHEAD (4)

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There is no gainsaying the Eternal Father's almightiness even if Luke 18:27, "And he said, The things which are impossible with men are possible with God;" is silent about it. An eminent Job could not hide the prevalent truism of "I know that thou canst do every thing, and that no thought can be withholden from thee" (Job 42:2). Revelation 1:8 is an unveiling of Jesus as the ‘Almighty’, the Greek of which is pantokratōr (pan-tok-rat'-ore): 'he who holds sway over all things; the ruler of all; the all ruling, that is, God (as absolute and universal sovereign).' This is the Lord Jesus whom the world would gladly see as nondescript –just one of the prophets. Read More

TRINITY OF THE GODHEAD (3)

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In the Palestinian days of His earthly sojourn, and in fact, centuries before then, Jehovah God was seated in the holiest compartment of the temple, covered by the second veil, called katapetasma (kat-ap-et'-as-mah). God, the Father, needed not come down. Seated in Majestic Divinity, receiving worship was the Holy Spirit. Why? Because the Trinity constitutes one God. We understand from Scripture that the Holy Spirit is the Spirit, both of God the Father and of Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit is, therefore, not left out in the profundity of John 10:30, "I and my Father are one." Put 'I' and 'are' together and an invocation of 'I AM,' the covenant name of JEHOVAH has been established. Read More

Jehovah’s Witness Myopic View Of Jesus (VII)

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He is both God and man: the son of man and the Son of God. Theologically it is called the hypostatic union. This is where God and man merge, forming an unprecedented compound of Jesus Christ. As a man, He is limited in wisdom, knowledge and power. As Christ, He is the Almighty, the wonderful everlasting Father. In Revelation 1:8 He calls Himself 'Almighty,' which is pantokratōr (pan-tok-rat'-ore) in Greek and it means: 'the all ruling, that is, God (as absolute and universal sovereign).' Isaiah announced Him as 'Wonderful' in chapter 9 verse 6. It is the Hebrew pele' (peh'-leh): 'a miracle.'Read More

Jehovah’s Witness Myopic View Of Jesus (VI)

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Every verbalism that depicts Christological bankruptcy is a betrayal of abject ignorance. Alpha to Omega speaks of wordage and utterance. Alpha, being the first of Greek letters, makes Jesus the first to know before God can be known. What about from beta (the 2nd Greek letter) to psi (the 23rd or 2nd to the last letter)? Jesus fills it for: does the Bible not teach that, "And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence" in Colossians 1:18? Read More

Jehovah’s Witness Myopic View Of Jesus (IV)

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Ask yourself why He should throw at His disciples, the conundrum of John 14:10, "Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me?" The phrase 'I am' is, interestingly the Greek egō (eg-o') esti (es-tee'). Esti is the third person singular of eime. Eime speaks more of 'existence' than of 'being.' Egō eime is exactly what the Septuagint explains God's response to Moses' question of Exodus 3:1, "And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say unto them?" Why would Jesus arrogate I AM THAT I AM to Himself; when this epithet is the same as Jehovah!Read More