All three Persons of the Most-holy Trinity participated in the craetion of the world equally, as the Triune God,
One in essence and Indivisible.
This is made up fantasy gods that the Bible teaches not.
The word '''God'' in this place is written in the plural ELOHIM,that is Gods(the singular is ELOAH or EL-God),
and the word ''created''(bara)-is in the singular.
The word “El” denotes someone who is a “Mighty One.”
The word “Elohim” denotes someone who is “All powerful over the situation that someone is ascribed to.’ The Hebrew word “Elohim” is a homonym; it
changes its meaning on the situation.
The word “Eloheynu” only seems plural because it uses Elohim as the base from which to conjugate a possessive. When we use Elohim, and wish to say
“our Elohim”, we say “Eloheynu” as if conjugating a plural noun; only because that’s the form it occurs in. Conjugate a noun into a possessive from
Elohim: Eloheynu. It retains plural form, but not plural meaning.
Let us now show some examples to help the reader get a better grasp of these simple and yet complicating Hebrew words.
1. Governor – El.
2. President of the United States of America – Elohim.
3. Ruler over the Universe – Elohim.
Conclusion: Neither ‘El’ (Governor) nor ‘Elohim’ (President) in this situation is “The Most High Almighty Elohim” (in other words, neither are the
true God even when the titles “El” and “Elohim” are applied to them). Governor is ‘El’ because he is a Mighty One, while the President of the United
States of America is ‘Elohim’ since he is all powerful in his situation. Who can be considered as “The Most High Almighty Elohim” is the “Ruler over
1. A crystal glass that is eight inches with the water amount only to the size of a penny – El.
2. A crystal glass that is eight inches with the water amount of ¾ full to the top – Elohim.
3. Owner of the crystal glass and water; the glass that is eight inches with the water amount of having the water overflow out of the glass.
Conclusion: Neither ‘El’ (the water amount only to the size of a penny) nor ‘Elohim’ (with the water amount of ¾ full to the top) in this situation is
“The Most High Almighty Elohim” (in other words, neither are the true God even when the titles “El” and “Elohim” are applied to them). Who can be
considered as “The Most High Almighty Elohim” is the “Owner of the crystal glass and water; the glass that is eight inches with the water amount of
having the water overflow out of the glass.”
[font color=blue]Deuteronomy 10:17-18 For YHVH your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great God, mighty and awesome, who is not partial and
takes no bribe, who executes justice for the orphan and the widow, and who loves the strangers, providing them food and clothing.
Joshua 22:22-23 YHVH, God of gods! YHVH, God of gods! He knows; and let Yisrael itself know! If it was in rebellion or in breach of faith toward YHVH,
do not spare us today for building an altar to turn away from following YHVH; or if we did so to offer burnt offerings or grain offerings or offerings
of well-being on it, may YHVH Himself take vengeance.[/font]
As we can see YHVH (Yod-Hey-Vav-Hey; four Hebrew letters for the name of the true God) is God of gods. This means no one is above YHVH, but instead
everyone is below YHVH. When someone has the title “Elohim” and has a “Elohim”, this someone who has a “Elohim” is not the true God. Why? Because the
true God does not have a God.
[font color=blue]Genesis 1:4 God[/font] (Elohim) [font color=blue]saw that the light was good, and God[/font] (Elohim) [font color=blue]separated
between the light and the darkness.
Exodus 20:3 You shall not recognize the gods[/font] (Elohim) [font color=blue]of others in My presence.[/font]
We know that the Hebrew word “Elohim” is in plural, and the explanation why it is in plural was given up (All powerful over the situation that someone
is ascribed to). We see in [font color=blue]Genesis 1:4[/font] it does not mean “Gods” but “God”, why is this? Because in Hebrew, what makes a the
word “Elohim” to mean either God or gods is singular verbs and plural verbs. In [font color=blue]Genesis 1:4[/font] a singular verb was used, while in
[font color=blue]Exodus 20:3[/font] a plural verb was used. In place like in poetry it works under a different function since it is poetry.
To further the correct understanding, we point to the words “shamayim” and “mayim” just for two quick examples.
Shamayim means heaven/s. How can you tell if it is “heaven” or “heavens”? There is no two ways to spell it in Hebrew, it is just “shamayim.”
Mayim means water/s. How can you tell if it is “water” or “waters”? There is no two ways to spell it in Hebrew, it is just “mayim.”
I advice those who think they are experts by reading some lexicon or by thinking they actually have learned correct understanding to answer the two
above questions about “shamayim” and “mayim.”
[font color=blue]Genesis 1:1 B’reshiyt bara Elohim eth hashamayim eth harets.[/font]
For those that might want to know the difference between bara and baru; bara is singular and baru is plural. In Hebrew when we have a plural Noun like
Elohim, the verb to the noun must also be in the plural. When the verb is not in the plural but the noun is, we understand the noun is to be
understood as singular.
What is my point in all this? My point is that from the very beginning of the Torah we see God is singular.
In [font color=blue]Genesis 1:26-27[/font] makes it abundantly clear God cannot be a compound deity, or plural deity in any fashion.
In [font color=blue]Genesis 1:26[/font] it says “[font color=blue]vayomer Elohim na’aseh adam b’tsalmenu kidmutanu…[/font]”
Who is God talking to? Why does He say in our image, and after our likeness? We must first understand that God cannot be talking with himself, because
it says “vayomer Elohim” and not “va’omrim Elohim” or any other form of the verb. God must be talking to someone else, other than a part of himself.
Before we figure out who it is He is speaking with let’s read what happened in the action of this command. God speaks, then it happens, this is what
we have seen in [font color=blue]Genesis 1[/font].
In [font color=blue]Genesis 1:27[/font] it says “[font color=blue]vayivra elohim eth haadam b’tsalmo...[/font]”, did you see it? This is amazing, the
action when brought about says God made man in His image, not in their image. The plural was dropped in the action, teaching us the persons He was
speaking to had nothing to do with creating man. This might seem strange to you, but nonetheless it is common in English, and even more common in
eastern languages, like Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic.
If you look up US at www.dictionary.com you will see it can be used by kings a sovereign way, and by authors, meaning one person, ‘I’.
[font color=blue]Gen 5:1[/font] makes it that much more clear. It says, “[font color=blue]bayom baro elohim adam.[/font]” In the day God created adam.
But notice “baro” means He created, but not translated here because followed by the noun Elohim. This cannot be understand as a plural deity. If so it
should of told us by saying an untranslatable form “baru”, then we would understand Elohim is not just one person, but more than one.
In this way the original Hebrew text of the Bible, from its very first lines, points to the singular essenceof the Persons of the Holy Trinity,
saying as it were, '''''In the beggining Gods(the three Persons of the Holy Trinity) created Heaven and earth.''''''
This is a lie. Try reading careful what I said above about Elohim, don't let peole who do not understand Hebrew Grammar deceive you. And it is not
"In [the] beginning" but "In [a] beginning." It says "b’reshyt bara elohim" (In [a] beginning God created) not "barashyt bara elohim" (In
[the] beginning God created).
The Psalms also clearly speak of this: By the Word of the Lord the Heavens were established, and all the might of them by the Spirit of His
mouth (Ps.32: 6). Here''''WORD '''''means the Son of God,''''Lord'''means God the Father and '''the Spirit (breath) of His
mouth'''' means God the Holy Spirit.
This is also a lie. The speech (logos) of God is not a person.
The Son of God, Jesus Christ, is plainly called '''''Word''' in the Gospel:In the beginning was the WORD......and the WORD was
God....all things were made by Him, and without Him was not anything made that was made (John 1 :1-3 )
This is also a lie. Koine Greek: En arch hn O logos, kai O logos hn pros ton qeon, kai qeos hn O logos. Translation: In [a] beginning was the speech,
and the speech was towards the God, and the speech was God. The speech of God is not a person, don't be deceived by lies that it is a person. When
you speak, does a person come out of your mouth or do words come out of your mouth?
(Col. 1:16 -20 )
Read 1st Corinthians 8:6 and Hebrews 1:2, God by/through His representation created the universe. The Messiah didn't create a fly.
The Trinity teaching is based on myths, imaginations of the mind. The Messiah himself denied the existence of a Trinity: John 17:3.