Is Jesus Christ Truly The Son Of Yahweh ?

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Is Jesus Christ Truly The Son Of The Living God?

What a question many of you might asked or find unreasonable to answer.   The truth is, its a question that needs to be answered. I know that many people would find it difficult to answer that question particularly if they are already grounded in their traditional beliefs. I must say that I am quite aware of the responses most people would give in a situation like this if they are not familiar with the subject at hand. Instead of trying to prove whether its right or wrong, they would prefer to dispell it or reject it. But that’s fine, became each individual is entitled to their own values and beliefs.

But truthfully, it is a question that needs to be answered and not from a traditional perspective, but rather from a spiritual perspective by comparing spiritual matters with spiritual matters that permeates from the spirit of the word.  For centuries our minds have been branded with the back lashes of our slave masters who forced our forefathers to believe in the teachings that they  give them; who then passed it on to us, and we in turned passed it on to our children, and our children’s , children’s. Dust the circle continued for millions of years.  The word declares: “There is nothing new under the sun. Whatever was shall be again.”

I ask you this question: How are you able to define truth from error if you don’t search for it? You see my friend.  A pearl could never be found on the seashores unless of course, the waves washes it onto the shores or someone puts it there.  When searching for spiritual truth that is factual, you must compare spiritual matters with spiritual matters. That is how the Prophets of old was able to know who the true Messiah was.  The same principle applies to us.  When you compare spiritual matters with spiritual matters you find answers and believe you me, there’s biblical proof according to Scriptures that Jesus Christ, is not the Son of the Eternal God, the Creator of the Heaven and the Earth.  In the midst of our errors and unbelief. His Mercies are renewed every morning, hoping that we would come out of darkness into His Marvelous Light.

Before you throw stones, let me show you from your very own Bible that there is proof, that Jesus Christ is not the Son of the Eternal, nor is he the Eternal.  Right now you may be viewing me as an odd ball, but that’s fine with me; because that is the only way your able to see differently is to move away from the crowd.  The Messiah Himself was faced with the same challenges amongst His people.  He was never recognized as the Messiah even amongst His very own. He was always despised and rejected by men. He declared. “If I be lifted up from the earth I will draw all men unto me.”

I’m reminded of the words once penned by Louise Hay, when she said. “Some of  things you believed we’re never true.  They were someone else’s fears.  Give yourself a chance to examine your thoughts.  Change those that are negative. You are deserving.”

Here’s some truthful information about the origin of who Jesus Christ really is: The Collier’s Encyclopedia volume thirteen (13) Pages 351 declares:  “Jesus Christ the great religious figure whom Christianity stems and from whom it takes its name. He is in Orthodox Christian belief the Son of God.  (If you have proof from the scriptures where the Eternal declared.  His name should be called ‘Jesus Christ’ when He was referring to the child that was to be born. If you find that scripture, please share it.)

“Matthew’s Gospel, with a play on words that is possible in Hebrew, reinterprets the name as being the future tense of the verb “to save” and says that the name Jesus was given him because “he will save his people from their sins.”  “Christ” is the Greek translation of the Hebrew word mashiyach, or Messiah, the “Anointed One” whom the Jews expected would come as the divinely appointed ruler of the ideal society. “

“The word  Jesus comes almost entirely from the New Testament.  The fullest source, are the four Gospels, which bear the names of Matthews, Mark, Luke, and John.They are based on oral tradition.  Other New Testament books including the second section of Luke’s work, the Acts of the Apostles also contain important material, outside the New Testament there is little more than a brief mention of Jesus, by Josephus, a Jewish writer of the later first century, brief references to Jesus also occur in the works of the Roman authors Tacitus, Suelonius, and Pliny, the Younger, all written in the second decade of the second century.” 

For centuries the errors of falsehood rained supreme in the hearts and minds of mankind.  Be mindful that the Messiah never preached or talked about Religion or Christianity.  His message was about His Father’s Kingdom and not about religion or christianity. What I love about the Spirit of Truth is that, the Eternal has a way of directing His people into His truth.  You see my dear reader, the spirit of Truth has ways to defend itself in the midst of errors and confusions and for this reason, we can see why the Set-apart Spirit revealed these words in Mattithyahu/Matthew 11, 25:27: “At that time the Messiah responding, said, “I thank You, Father, Master of the heavens and earth, because You have hidden these matters from clever and learned ones and have revealed them to babes. All have been handed over to Me by My Father, and no one knows the Son except the Father. Nor does anyone know the Father except the Son, and he to whom the Son wishes to reveal Himself.”)   That’s Powerful!

Page 558 of volume 13 of the Collier’s Encyclopedia we find these words: “The doctrine of the Trinity that the Eternal exists in one substance and three persons Father, Son and Holy Spirit, thus became orthodox Christian belief.Although Arianism persisted for a few centuries, the Nicene Creed is at present held by the vast majority of Christian churches…….”  

“Many of the Orthodox (Greeks) along with some of His own, the Jews, centuries ago had rejected the Anointed One, of Israel. They never believed that Dawid, (David) was anointed King of the Jews and was the anointed Son of the Eternal.  Mattithyahu (Matthew) 13, 54:58 record these words. “And when He had come to His own country, He taught them in their congregation, so that they were astonished and said: “Where did this One get this wisdom and miracles? Is this not the son of the carpenter? Is not His mother called Miryam? And His brothers Ya’aqob (Jacob), and Yoseph (Joseph), and Shimon (Simeon), and Yehudah (Judah)? And His sisters are they not all with us? Where then did this One get all this?” And they stumbled at Him. But the Messiah said to them, “A prophet is not appreciated except in his own country and in his own home. And He did not do many miracles there because of their unbelief.” 

As we can see even from back then the true Messiah was rejected and not recognized.   They did not believe that Dawid (David) was the Messiah, and the meaning of Messiah is. Anointed One.  They said: “Is this not the son of the carpenter? Where then did this One get all this?” “Is not His mother called Miryam and His brothers Ya’aqob (Jacob)” etc., we know them, it is impossible for this one to be the Messiah.

And so, for this reason, we see why in their own minds they said that Jesus Christ, who they called their saviour, was placed as the saviour of the world, and not the one whom Moses and the prophets wrote about.   Search the scriptures for yourself in the old or New Testament, you will not find where Moses or the Prophets wrote about Jesus Christ. You can find where all of them wrote about Dawid (David) the Anointed One.  This was what the Apostle Shaul (Paul) was telling Sovereign Agrippa, we find these words recorded in Acts 26, 19:27 ”Therefore, Sovereign Agrippa, I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision, but declared first to those in Damascus and in Yerushalayim (Jerusalem), and in all the country of Yehudah (Judah), and to the gentiles, that they should repent, and turn to Elohim and do works worthy of repentance. That is why the Yehudim (Jews) seized me in the Set-apart Place and tried to kill me.  Therefore, having obtained help from Elohim, to this day I stand, witnessing both  to small and great, saying nil else (nothing else) than what the PROPHETS AND MOSHEH (MOSES) said would come, that the Messiah would suffer, would be the first to rise from the dead, He would proclaim light to the people and to the gentiles. “

“And while saying this in his defense Festus said with a loud voice, “Shaul (Paul) you are mad! Much learning is turning you to madness!” But Shaul (Paul) said, “I am not mad, most excellent Festus, but I speak words of truth and sense. For the sovereign before whom I also speak boldly, knows these matters. For I am persuaded that none of these are hidden from him, for this has not been done in a corner.  Sovereign Agrippa, do you believe the prophets? I know that you do believe.”  Like some of the Greeks and the Romans, some of the children of Israel also worshipped false gods.  

We see this in the Apostle Shaul (Paul) writings in Acts 21, 39:40: the Apostle Shaul (Paul) were in Yerushalayim (Jerusalem) explaining the fact that, he to did not believe in the Anointed One, because he persecuted the true people of the Eternal, because of his up-bringing, under the teaching of Gamliel.    It reads: “But Shaul (Paul) replied, “I am a Yehudite (Jew) from Taros, in Kilikia a citizen of no mean city. And I beg you allow me to speak to the people.” And having given him permission, Shaul, standing on the stairs motioned with his hand to the people. And when there was a great silence, he spoke in the Hebrew Language, saying: (Continuing in Chapter 22, 1:3)

“Men, brothers, and fathers, hear my defense before you now. And when they heard that he spoke to them in the Hebrew language, they kept greater silence. And he said: “I am indeed a Yehudite (Jew), having been born in Tarsos of Kilikia, but brought up in this city (meaning here in Yerushalayim) at the feet of Gamliel, having been instructed according to the exactness  of the Torah of our fathers, being ardent for Elohim, as you are today.”    Shaul (Paul) is simple telling them about his former state of mind before he was converted into the truth of the living El. 

In other words Shaul (Paul) is saying: we are like our forefathers still doing the same thing even as it is today, we are willing and ready to oppose the truth of the Eternal because of our own traditional belief.

There are several discrepancies in the New Testament of which some of the Orthodox (Greeks) centuries ago changed.  In the Encyclopedia volume11 page 429 under Poetry I’ll share with you a few lines: “The Empress Eudocia (c. 401 -460), wife of Theodosius 11, so arranged that it forms, with the slight change of only a word here and there. A lengthy treatise on the Christian Trinity in Homeric language.”  

“Under the heading Theology and Other Branches of Literature: in the same volume as the above: we read:  “Of the many who wrote on theology, in addition to those discussed above, the major figures were John Chrysostom (d. 407), the fiery bishop of Constantinople, who dared to censure the behaviour of members of the imperial family; Basil of Caesarea (fourth century), composer of a famous monastic rule, who with his brother Gregory of Nyssa and their friend Gregory of Nazianzus, fixed the Orthodox formulation of the doctrine of the Trinity; Cyril of Alexandria (376-444), one of the most revered of all dogmatic authorities…..”

The word declares: “How do you say, we are wise and the Torah of Elohim  is with us? But look, the false pen of the scribe has worked falsehood.  The wise shall be put to shame they shall be broken down and caught. See, they have rejected the Word of Yahweh so what wisdom do they have?” Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 8, 8:9 That’s Powerful!

“And the great dragon was thrown out that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan who leads all the world astray He was thrown to the earth and his messengers were thrown out with him. Revelation 12:9: You might be asking. “How did he lead the world astray?” Through His lies, as it was from the beginning.

Mosheh (Moses) in the book of Debarim (Deuteronomy) 18, 15:22 recorded these words: “El, your ‘Elohim shall raise up for you a Prophet like me (here Moshes is telling the children of Israel, the Eternal is going to raise up a Prophet like him, meaning a natural man like him) from your midst, from your brothers. Listen to Him, according to all you asked of El, your Elohim in Horeb in the day of the assembly, saying. ‘Let me not hear again the voice of El, my Elohim, nor let me see this great fire any more, lest I die’. And El said to me,‘What they have spoken is good. I shall raise up for them a Prophet like you (Moses) out of the midst of their brothers. And I shall put My Words in His mouth, and He shall speak to them all that I command Him. And it shall be the man who does not listen to My Words which He speaks in My Name, I require it of him. But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in My Name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other might ones, even that prophet shall die.  And when you say in your heart how do we know the word which El has not spoken?’  When the prophet speaks in the Name of El, and the word is not, or comes not, that is the word which El has not spoken. The prophet has spoken it presumptuously. Do not be afraid of him.”  

The fulfillment of this prophecy is recorded in the Gospel of John 5, 46:47 and it reads: “For if you believed Moshes (Moses), you would have believed Me, since he wrote about Me. But if you do not believe his writings how shall you believe My words”.  The word of the Eternal declares.

“I have found My servant David with My set-apart oil I anointed him, with whom My hand is established; My arm also strengthens him. No enemy subjects him to tribute, and no son of wickedness afflicts him and I shall beat down His adversaries before his face, And plague those who hate him, But My trustworthiness And My kindness are with him And in My name his horn is exalted, And I shall set his hand on the sea, And his right hand on the rivers. He calls out to Me, ‘You are my father, My El, and the rock of my deliverance. I also appointed him first-born highest of the sovereigns of the earth. I guard My kindness for him forever, and My covenant is steadfast with him. And I shall establish his seed forever and his throne as the days of the heavens”. Tehillim (Psalms) 89,20:29

“And I shall establish his seed forever” simply means: Those from his (David) lions, and those that are adopted into the family of Yahweh through Faith and Belief.   1st King 2, 10:12 plainly shows that after the death of King David, Solomon his son sat on his throne verse 12 reads. “And Solomon sat on the throne of his father David, and his reign was firmly established.”   It is impossible for Jesus Christ to be David son, if that is the case, then David is the Eternal, the creator of all flesh which we all know is not so.  The Bible does not teach that, because the Reign was given to Father and  Son. The Eternal One says: “I appointed him (David) first-born highest of the sovereigns of the earth”. What man upon the face of the earth can change that? It never said I’ve appointed Jesus Christ as first-born highest of the sovereigns of the earth. The Eternal has never or will never make a mistake; because He does all things well and He is the creator of all things. 

It is said that Jesus Christ came by way of a spiritual birth and that he is the son of David,  if that is the case, David has to be  the Eternal, the maker of all flesh, and we all know that, that is not  so. David was appointed, Anointed, Chosen, Set-apart, given Ruler-ship, king-ship and was brought forth by the Eternal One. Psalm 2, 7 declares: “I inscribe for a law: Yahweh has said to Me, You are My Son Today I have brought you forth’.  We find in Luke 24, 44:45 these words: And He said to them, “These are the words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all have to be filled that were written in the Torah of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalm concerning Me. And He opened their minds to understand the scriptures.”  There is nowhere in the Torah where Moses and or the Prophets wrote about Jesus Christ. Prove it for your own-self.

Acts 13, 20:23 plainly shows from whose seed the Saviour of the world came. It reads. “And after that He gave judges for about four hundred and fifty years, until Samuel the prophet. But then they asked for a sovereign and Elohim gave them Shaul the son of Qish, a man of the tribe of Benjamin for forty years. And having removed him, He raised up for them David as sovereign, to whom also He gave witness and said, ‘I have found David the son of Jessie, a man after My own heart, who shall do all My desires. From this one’s seed according to the promise, Elohim raised up for Israel a Saviour.”  And we know that this promise was fulfill according to the scriptures recorded in Matthew 1:17  “So all the generations from Abraham to David were fourteen generations and from David until the exile to Babel were fourteen generations, and from the exile to Babel until the Messiah were fourteen generation.” 

In the Torah of Moses and in the Prophets, you can find many writings about David. You can go from Genesis to Revelation it is there.  Revelation 3, 7:8 record these words. “And to the messenger of the assembly in Philadelphia write, ‘He who is set-apart, He who is true, HE WHO HAS THE KEY OF DAVID, (it does not say He who has the key of Jesus Christ , it says David) He who opens and no one shuts, and shuts and no one opens, says this: “I know your works – see I have set before you an open door and no one is able to shut it – that you have litter power, yet have guarded My Word and have not denied My Name. “

Here is some Food for thought, if the Eternal appointed David as first-born highest of the sovereigns of the earth and established His covenant with Him forever and His throne as the days of the heavens.  What position then has He given Jesus Christ? Remember now, this child was born to be King, and to die for the sins of world, and to return to establish his kingdom here on earth upon his return.  We read these words in Romans 15, 10:13 “And again it says, “Rejoice, O gentiles, (gentile’s means unbelievers) with His people!” And again, “Praise El, all you gentiles! Praise Him, all you people!” And again, Isaiah says, “There shall be a root of Jessie, and He who shall rise to reign over the gentiles, on Him the gentiles shall set their expectation. And the creator of all expectation fills you with all joy and peace in believing, that you overflow with expectation by the power of the Set-apart Spirit.”  That’s Powerful!

This prophecy recorded by Isaiah can be found in Isaiah 11, 10:12 and itreads: “And in that day there shall be a Root of Jessie, standing as a banner to the people unto Him the gentiles shall seek, and His rest shall be esteem.And it shall be in that day that El, sets His hand again a second time to recover the remnant of His people who are left, from Ashshur and from Egypt, from pathros and from Kush, from Eylam and from Shinar, from Hamath and from the islands of the sea. And He shall raise a banner for the nations and gather the outcast of Israel, and assemble the dispersed of Yehudah from the four corners of the earth.” 

Romans 15, 10:13 is the coming fulfillment of this prophecy that is recorded in Isaiah 11, 10:12 it happened before and it will happen again at His return at the end of this age to gather His remnants from the four corners of the earth.


The  great Eternal One declares that the reign of King David is coming and not the reign of Jesus Christ.  Don’t believe me; believe the written word from the Spirit of the Eternal One.  Search the scriptures for yourself. Prove it for yourself. 

And for those believers who believe that Yehoshua is the Eternal son, here is some historical and biblical information about who Yehoshua really was, Yehoshua is the Hebrew pronunciation of the English word Joshua: In volume 13 on page 640 of the Collier’s Encyclopedia under the heading Joshua, Book of, it reads: “a book of the Old Testament, belonging to the division of Prophets. Its central character, Joshua, the son of Nun, figures also in the Pentateuch, as a military leader (Exodus xvii: 9 -13) and as one of the twelve sent to spy out the land of Canaan (numbers xiii: 8). before his death, Moses named Joshua his successor.”

“The book of Yehoshua begins with the crossing of the Jordan by the Israelites, gives an account of the conquest of Canaan and the division of the land among the tribes, and ends with the death of Yehoshua. Important incidents in the book are the miraculous division of the Jordan to allow the Israelites to cross on dry land: the fall of Jericho; the Gibeonites of Ai; the treaty with the Gibeonites, which the Gibeonites obtained by deceiving Yehoshua and the battle with the coalition of five kings, during which Yehoshua commanded the sun and moon to stand still” (x: 12-13).

“That the book of Yehoshua, which is traditionally ascribed to Yehoshua, is a composite work is attested by duplications and by inconsistencies in style, fact, and viewpoint.  Many critics believe that the book, which is a continuation of the narrative in the Pentateuch, was at one time actually joined to the Pentateuch, and they designate the six books by the term Hexateuch.  While there is some disagreement on this point, it is generally agreed that Yehoshua, like the Pentateuch, utilizes the Jahwist, Elohist, Priestly, and Deuteronomic sources, and bear evidence of the work of a number of editors.  The Deuteronomic element seems strong, but the identification of the various elements presents an exceedingly complex problem. It is held that editorial changes were made in the book of Yehoshua as later as the third century B.C.”

 “The historicity of the account in Yehoshua has aroused much discussion among scholars.  Though some have regarded Yehoshua as a mythical personage, the majority of critics hold that he actually existed and that his history, in the course of centuries, has been embellished tradition.  The plausibility of some of the events recorded in Yehoshua has been indicated by archaeological findings.  It is historically improbable the conquest of Canaan by the Israelites took place at it is represented by Yehoshua, that is, in a very short time. It is more likely that it was a long and gradual process, covering a number of centuries, and this indeed, is the picture presented in the book of Judges.” 

We find in Zechariah chapter 3, 1:10 these words where the Eternal appeared to Zechariah. It reads: “And he showed me Yehoshua the high priest standing before the messenger of the Eternal, and Satan standing at his right hand to be an adversary to him. And the Eternal said to Satan, the Eternal rebuke you, Satan! The Eternal who has chosen Jerusalem rebuke you!” “Is this not a branch plucked from the fire? And Yehoshua was dressed in filthy garments and was standing before the messenger. And He answered and spoke to those who stood before Him, saying “Remove the filthy garments from him.” And to him He said, (referring to Yehoshua) “See, I have removed your guilt from you, and shall put costly robes on you.”

“And I said, “Let them put a clean turban on his head.” Then they put a clean turban on his head, and they put garments on him. And the messenger of the Eternal stood by. And the messenger of the Eternal witnessed to Yehoshua, saying, “Thus said the Eternal of hosts, ‘If you walk in My ways, and if you guard My duty, then you shall also rule My house and also guard My courts. And I shall give you access among these standing here. “Now listen, Yehoshua the high priest, you and your companions who sit before you, for they are men of symbol. For look, I am bringing forth My Servant – the Branch. (Here’s a clear indication that the Eternal was telling Yehoshua He was bring forth His servant the branch) See the stone which I have put before Yehoshua, on one stone are seven eyes See, I am engraving its inscription’, declares the Eternal of hosts, you shall invite one another, under the vine and under the fig tree.”

For confirmation of who is this branch, we read about it in Zechariah 6, 11: 15 and we find these words. “And you shall take the silver and gold, make a crown, and set it on the head of Yehoshua the son of Josedech, the high priest, and shall speak to him, saying, ‘Thus said the Eternal of hosts, saying, “See, the Man whose name is the BRANCH! And from His place He shall branch out, and He shall build the Temple of the Eternal’. It is He who is going to build the Temple of the Eternal. It is He who is going to bear the splendour. And He shall sit and rule on His throne, and shall be a priest on His throne, and the counsel of peace shall be between them both”.  (“Them both” is referring to Father a nd Son, King David and King Solomon.)

We know that King Solomon built the Temple for the Eternal: we fine it in 2 Samuel, 7:12-17. It reads: “When your days are filled and you rest with your fathers, (the Eternal is speaking through the prophet Nathan who’s giving David the message) I shall rise up your seed after you, who comes from your inward parts, and shall establish his reign. He does build a house for My Name and I shall establish the throne of his reign forever. I am to be his Father, and he is My son. If he does perversely, I shall reprove him with the rod of men and with the blows of the sons of men. But My kindness does not turn aside from him, as I turned it aside from Shaul whom I removed from before you. And your house and your reign are to be steadfast forever before you – your throne is established forever”. According to all these words and according to all this vision, so Nathan spoke to David”.  

So, we see that, this branch came from the lions of King Dawid (David)  it was King Solomon who build the Temple for the Eternal, and he came from the inwards parts as the scripture records in 2 Samuel 7:12:17 from the seed of King David, and not from Yehoshua, neither did he come from Jesus Christ who the Orthodox from of old, branded as the son of the Eternal, the scriptures from old to new proves it wrong.

The word of the Eternal declares: “After this I shall return and rebuild the Tabernacle of Dawid (David), which is fallen down: And I will rebuild its ruins, and I shall set it up. So that the remnant of mankind shall seek, the Eternal, even all the gentiles (unbelievers) on whom My Name has been called says the Eternal who is doing all this.  Who has made this known from of old:” Acts 15, 16:18: We fine also this prophetic prophecy recorded in the Book of Amos, 9:10:12 and it reads: “All the sinners of My people are going to die by the sword, those who are saying, Evil does not overtake us nor meet us. In that day I shall raise up the Tabernacle of Dawid (David) which has fallen down, and I shall repair its breaches and rise up its ruins. And I shall build it as in the days of old, so that they possess the remnant of Edom, and all the gentiles on whom My name is called:” declares the Eternal who does this.”  Acts 15:21 recorded these word, “For from ancient generations, Mosheh has, in every city, those proclaiming him (David) being read in the congregations every Sabbath.”

“Afterward the children of Israel shall return, and seek Yahweh, their Elohim, and Dawid their sovereign, and fear the Eternal and His goodness, in the latter days.” Hoshea (Hosea) 3:5

“The Messiah said to them “Did you never read in the Scriptures, ‘The stone which the builders rejected has become the chief corner-stone? This was from the Eternal, and it is marvelous in our eyes” Matthew 21:42

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