Jesus Is God’s Voice

Do believers really understand WHAT Jesus is? He WAS the Word of God before He became flesh. He was the WORDS Father Yah spoke to form creation. Jesus came to be (beget – came from) when Yah SPOKE, therefore, giving Jesus authority over creation before His blood was shed. Before the written word. That’s why Scripture says He was the firstborn of creation. His preeminence comes from being God’s Voice.

There is an awesomeness of that knowledge most refuse to comprehend or take to heart.

Also see The Personas of God.

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3 Responses to Jesus Is God’s Voice

  1. Yvette says:

    Hi, lady! How are you? How’re are your husband and children? I’ve read your thread East vs. West at the forum (how’s your hair, BTW?). I am enjoying the thread so much. Question for you: You mentioned our having access to “the ancient texts.” Are there particular versions of the bible to which you’re referring? If so, would you please share a link for reading or purchasing them? Thank you in advance. Take care! 🙂 ❤

    • Ancient texts: The Dead Sea Scrolls, the Septuagint (the OT in Greek), bunches of fragments of the NT in the Koine Greek (used to create the Textus Receptus), the Kolbrin Bible (contains the story of the Exodus from the Egyptian POV), The Book of Enoch (there are three versions of this one. The one called First Enoch is the best one), the Book of Yasher (the Upright), the Book of Jubilees, the Targum, the Mishnah, and the Peshitta. There are others, but they go into weirdness; definitely not for fresh believers. You can find nearly all of these in pdf form online.

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