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What do earliest records available reveal re the use of the divine name in NT w

  1. True Truthseeker profile image74
    True Truthseekerposted 7 years ago

    What do earliest records available reveal  re the use of the divine name in NT when quoted from OT?

    Matthew 4 10 Then Jesus said to him: “Go away, Satan! For it is written, ‘It is Jehovah your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render sacred service.’” Deuteronomy 6:13-14 (American Standard Version) 13 Thou shalt fear Jehovah thy God; and him shalt thou serve, and shalt swear by his name. 14 Ye shall not go after other gods, of the gods of the peoples that are round about you;

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    LORD ENKIposted 6 years ago

    Records reveal that the use in N.T. when quoted from O.T. has to be on the Q.T.and should be A.S.A.P.In the name of J.C.

  3. True Truthseeker profile image74
    True Truthseekerposted 6 years ago

    @ LE, it appears that you refer to the One sent as being the ONE who sent, YHWH/ JEHOVAH. This is dangerous, and suggests that the holy Writings is
    confusing, dishonest, and inaccurate.

    Please note, that any PERCEIVED contradiction in the holy Writings [Bible] is
    really FROM man.

    Jesus the Christ, was the Word of God as, a perfect human, the last Adam, while on earth [1 Corinthians 15:45]. The Word is the first of all creation/ creature as
    at Colossians 1:15; Revelation 3:14.

    The Word was from the BEGINNING as at Micah 5:2.

    As the beginning of all creation, the Word as flesh, is the FOREMOST of ALL representatives of God Almighty.

    In a much more profound way, Jesus, as the One like Moses, He moreso, spoke ONLY what He was commanded to, as at John 12:49, Deuteronomy 18:15- 19, and Acts 3:19- 26.
    So as Moses was "god" to pharoah, Jesus was "mighty god" since He was the FOREMOST of all of God's representatives.

    Jesus himself NEVER claimed to be a "god" or godlike, but as shown at
    John 10:33-34, "Son of God", even though He alluded to YHWH/ JEHOVAH
    refering to certain human judges  as "gods" as at Psalm 82:6.

    As Adam could be refered to as "father of mankind", Jesus as the last Adam, by
    virtue of the fact that He was resurrected as an immortal spirit [ 1 Peter 1:3; 1 Corinthians 15:45- 55] He could be refered to as "eternal father" to those who benefit eternally from His sacrificial death, as at Romans 6:23, and 1 Peter 1:3.

    Jesus himself refers to His God and Father as at John 20:17; Revelation 3:12, and Reveltion 1:6, and He took the scroll from the hand of Jehovah at Revelation 5:7.

 
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