The Satanic Curse of Monotheism – Is God ONE? – Part 1

.Or perhaps a better title would have been: The Satanic Curses of Judaism and Islam – Is God One?

Introduction

Now this article has been up on Ezine Articles since 2009, so it’s obviously long overdue for a little revising and editing, because my knowledge has greatly increased since 2009. In turn, it must be said that it’s a crucial support article for my other articles: “Exposing The Trinity Lie – Parts 1 through 5”; “Do YOU Worship and Ogre god? – Parts 1 through 4”; “Are Trinity Worshippers Anti-Christs? and “The Duality Godhead”, (See link Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 below.) This means, also, that it’s long overdue for a place on my blog. Still, better late than never, eh?

So, to my question, IS HE ONE, that is, is God ONE!? for the phrase “God is one” can only be found three times in the whole King James Bible – THREE TIMES ONLY! Now here’s a thing, for all of my regular readers will, by now, be aware of a little conundrum that we have going on here, that is, within the confines of the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion. That conundrum, of course, is this mysterious habit they have of majoring in the minors. It seems to be a common practice of theirs to make big theological determinations with very little Scriptural proof for backing up those determinations. The silly Trinity dogma being a very good example of it, with two references, only, to the Trinity, again, in the whole of the King James Bible (see link No. 1 below). Not only that but no mention of it by the name, the Trinity. However, having said all that, MANY people still believe that their god is one and in the case of believers in the Trinity, for them it’s three in ONE!

So back to the thread, and to prove it, here’s another thing: All the Jews and all the Muslims on this earth believe their god or their Allah is one. There he is, up there in his ‘heavenly domain’, all alone, that is, a single solitary god, who is the object of their worship and of their deification (chuckle, chuckle, chuckle).

The thing is, is their worship of this deity all in vain? and is it just a massive deception on the part of the god of this world, Satan the Devil? We must be clear about this, for he is most definitely a god, that is, the god of this world, or the god of this age, or the god of this world’s system, or even the god of The Matrix, to use the modern vernacular. If you have any doubts about this arrangement, then you must refer to the Holy Scriptures for the proof, and thereby assuage those doubts:

2 Corinthians 4:4 (MCV) In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest The Light of the glorious Gospel of Christ, who is the image (one in whom the likeness of anyone is seen) of God, should shine unto them.

As an aside, notice, the minds of the lost and unsaved who don’t believe are completely blinded to The Gospel of Yashua Messiah, which is yet more solid gold proof that no man or woman can accept a ‘Jesus’ as their saviour of their own volition or own initiation, for only The Father can remove the scales from our eyes.

Ephesians 2:2 (MCV) Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to The Prince of The Power of The Air, the evil spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience (and unbelief):

OK, now all this is very straight forward, because we know that the lost and unsaved do not believe, and the above verses explain clearly why they don’t believe. Moreover, what about the Jews and the Muslims, for they do believe and, boy, do they believe? Let’s face it, we could never doubt their zeal and their fervour, especially the Muslims, so what gives? Is their belief in vain, for we know that Yashua Messiah (the Lord Jesus Christ) does not feature in The Jew’s beliefs at all. The Jews have their imaginary satanic Talmudic ‘god’, and the Muslims have their ‘Allah’, but Yashua Messiah (the Lord Jesus Christ) as God with God is not included in either of these blasphemous belief systems.

However, Islam does acknowledge a ‘Jesus’ as a prophet, but this imaginary ‘Jesus’ is not revered any higher than their prophet Mohammed which, in itself, is an evil blasphemy. (For the origins of Islam see link No. 5 below.)

So to briefly sum up, we have at least two religions that believe in gods that are one, that is, alone and solitary. Now some of you may say well so what, we’re Christians, and we believe that God is one, too? Yes, quite so, but is that true and who told you that God is one? And if God IS ONE what separates your god from the heathen god of the Jews and Muslims, for he is one too? Answer: NOTHING! Oh come on, there are loads of Holy Scriptures that say God is one, I hear you say, and yes there are some that appear to say that, but do they really say it? Well, there is only one way to find out using these examples:

In Mark 12:29 the Lord Jesus Christ quotes Deuteronomy 6:4 which He voices aloud:

Mark 12:29 (KJV) And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord:

Now this statement is a word for word exact copy of what Moses wrote down in Deuteronomy 6:4. You can check it for yourselves if you do not believe me.

Deuteronomy 6:4 (KJV) Hear, O Israel: The LORD our GOD is one LORD.

OK, let’s analyse this Scripture in detail, from the Hebrew, as it predates Mark’s Gospel by approximately fifteen hundred years:

Hear, O Israel:

1) The Lord The Jehovah or The Eternal our God (Elohim) who has always self-existed.

2) Our God now the word ‘God’ or ‘Elohim’ in Hebrew means God plural – more than one. The Hebrew word ‘Eloha’ or Eloah is the singular word for Elohim. Now if God is one, a singular solitary God, then ‘Eloha’ is the word that would have been used here, not Elohim – more than one. This evidence alone, and in one fell swoop, disproves monotheism or Judaism, for the Elohim Godhead is more than one being.

3) Is oneOK, God = Elohim = plural beings, which in turn means we have the Elohim (plural) Godhead of more than one being, being described as ‘one’, but is that one being? and how can plural beings be one? In Hebrew the word for ONE is ‘Echad’ which means unified or united or in unity or at one and it also means number one; first and none above, the prime number. This means that The Elohim (plural) Godhead is united – completely likeminded and in unison, that is, in total agreement.

A football team is united as in Newcastle United, and they are united as one team with one goal – to win, but they are also a team of eleven individuals. The Godhead is one team of two Spiritualbeings who have plans to add to their number by calling sons and daughters/brothers and sisters, not close themselves off in isolation in a closed trinity. The number 3 is God’s number for finality and if anything comes in threes with God that’s it – fini – kaput – the end, nothing more, just like the three woes in Revelation. The thing is, there is nothing final in God’s plan for us His future family! Plus all of mankind, eventually, in the Kingdom of God!!

4) LordEternal or self-existent.

So there we have it, and if we were to ask the question is God one? we can reply and affirmative yes to that, for the expounded question should read as: IS THE GODHEAD UNITED AS ONE? that is, a Godhead of two individuals who have always self-existed, a God with God who later became The Father and The Son, Yashua Messiah (the Lord Jesus Christ) and then a Godhead in heaven with Yashua Messiah at The Father’s right hand.

Here, alone, we have enough proof and evidence to disprove monotheism or the worship of one god. The Godhead has always been two who are unified or united or at one with themselves, with each other, or in oneness of mind, word and deed, that is, in complete and total agreement and totally likeminded – yet distinct Spiritual beings; this is the True nature of the Duality Godhead.

Hopefully, too, you will have noticed that the Holy Spirit is nowhere mentioned in Deuteronomy 6:4, nor in Mark 12:29 in the description of The Duality of the nature of the Godhead. Am I denying the existence of The Holy Spirit? no way, for The Holy Spirit is the Godhead’s living POWER, but not a personage of a mickey mouse Trinity. (See link No. 1 below)

Moreover, we now have a full understanding of Deuteronomy 6:4 of which Mark 12:29 is a direct copy. Yashua Messiah (the Lord Jesus Christ) frequently quoted Old Testament Holy Scriptures (from The Septuagint) when preaching. So what is the point I am making here? The point I am making is this: Deuteronomy 6:4 and Mark 12:29 are identical and yet they are taught differently, due to the change of language or misinterpretation of same, that is, from Hebrew into Greek.

If we copy out Mark 12:29 from the Greek you will see what I mean:

Mark 12:29 (Greek Transliteral) Answered the Jesus that before-most is (foremost) be hearing (be you hearing) Israel Master (Lord) the God of us Master (Lord) one is.

OK, if we concordance the word ‘God’ we will find a subtle change has taken place:

From Strong’s Concordance:

God – G2316 theos theh’-os – Of uncertain affinity; a deity, especially (with G3588) the supreme Divinity; figuratively a magistrate; by Hebraism very: – X exceeding, God, god [-ly, -ward].

Notice; a deity, not the deities. God in the Old Testament was Elohim – plural, not Eloha = not singular, but look at what has happened here. God has become a singular god – a deity, not the deities of The Elohim who are ‘at one’ or who are ‘unified as one’ and in ‘perfect likemindedness’ – two united beings thinking as one. And all this when The Greeks were polytheists = more than one god.

This deliberate language corruption is what causes all the trouble and confusion within the pages of the New Testament and deceives millions of people within mainstream Christianity. Look folks, the Godhead does not change, they have never changed and that is why THEY SAID in Genesis 1:26; “let us make man in OUR IMAGE and OUR LIKENESS; they were always the two beings of the Godhead. This, therefore, means that what was written in Deuteronomy 6:4 should have been copied exactly into Mark 12:29 with same OT meaning, for the Lord Himself uttered the very same words. This also means that because the word ‘God’ now has a different meaning, a singular meaning, not a unified plural meaning, a translator’s corruption has most definitely occurred. Well just fancy that!!??


Moving on, if we now take a look at a few Holy Scriptures that allude to their claim that ‘God is one’, we will then gain a better understanding of what the evil translators of the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion have done to God’s Holy Word, and what better example than the following verses from Matthew’s Gospel, for there are corruptions galore in these two verses:

Matthew 19:16-17 (KJV) And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have Eternal Life? 17 And He said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.

And from the Greek Transliteral, and supported by The Concordant Literal Version:

Matthew 19:16 (Greek Transliteral) And be-perceiving (lo!) one toward-coming (coming to) to-Him (Him) said Teacher! Any (what) good I-shall-be-doing that I-should-be-having life eonian?

Matthew 19:6 (CLV) And lo! one coming to Him said, “Teacher, what good shall I be doing that I should be having life eonian?

OK, so what have we got going on here? Hmm, well, as we can see, this verse is revealing that Matthew 19:16-17 is not quite as good as we may have, at first, thought (like the pun?). The operative word here, of course, being ‘good’. Notice, the man in the Greek original does not call Yashua Messiah ‘Good Master’. The word ‘good’ has been thrown in gratuitously by the devious translators, but why? Well that’s easy to answer; in order to corrupt the whole passage and give it a different focus and a blasphemous, phony new emphasis. Not only that, but we have the assertion that The Father God is the ONLY ONE that is good, so there it is, the ugly perversion of Jewish monotheism slithering in like a snake by the back door, so to speak.

As it happens, this has always been a passage of Holy Scripture that I have never been comfortable with and, now, as I examine the original Greek rendering I fully understand why I have always felt uncomfortable with it. Notice the crucial element to this missing word ‘good’. If Yashua Messiah (the Lord Jesus Christ) is not the ‘Good Master’ and is only the Master or Teacher as in the original Greek, then by default it makes a mockery of what Yashua Messiah was supposed to have said to the man, that is, “Why callest thou me good?” For as we can see the man said no such thing, but what he did refer to was what one good thing must he do in order to have Eternal Life, so what’s going on?

Back to the Greek Transliteral for the answer:

Matthew 19:17 (Greek Transliteral) The yet He-said to-him any (why) me you-are-asking about (concerning) the good one [thing] is the good if yet you-are-willing into the life to-be-into-coming keep (keep-you) the directions (precepts) [Square brackets mine]

Straight away, it is crucial that we realise there is no reference to God in this verse at all especially the nonsense phrase: “there is none good but one”, and we now know, too, that the phrase: “Why callest thou me good?” is also bogus. What this means in Truth, is that there is not an inkling of any suggestion within this passage to suggest that God, in anyway, shape or form is here alluded to as one. Unless, of course, you have a demonic evil agenda and your desire is to classify Yashua Messiah as not being ‘good’ which, of course, is what the blasphemous KJV does – DELIBERATELY in my view.

First, though, lets finish analysing the Greek version of verse 17. The verse opens with the Lord answering the man’s question and notice, for the emphasis is purely on the subject of the man’s question and nothing else. What the Lord is asking him here is this: “Why are you asking me about this one good thing that you think you should be doing in order to enter Eternal Life, when you should know that the only good thing you can do is to keep (hold Spiritually dear) the commandments and love God?” OK, having cleared that up, let’s return to the blasphemous KJV and I will re-copy it here for your convenience:

Matthew 19:16-17 (KJV) And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life? 17 And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.

Right, we know from the Greek rendering the man did not say ‘Good Master’, so this must mean that the Lord had no need to reply with that spurious man made question, and nor did He, for it is not there in the Greek. To confirm, if we check once more in the Greek version of verse 17 we also have the proof that the Lord did not ask the man that question: “Why callest thou me good?” So all this wickedness and deceit is added by the translators – WHY? Why, because through this verse in the KJV it is scandalously trying to tell us that Yashua Messiah (the Lord Jesus Christ) did not see Himself as good and, in turn, by doing that making us think that He was not God. If He was not good, then how could He be God in the flesh?

Now this truly is an evil heresy we have unravelled here! It’s also constitutes a heresy with them trying to fool us into thinking that there is only one God. As stated, Yashua Messiah (the Lord Jesus Christ) was God in the flesh, so how could He be anything but good? Obviously, the Lord cannot be anything but good, but to those in the blasphemous Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion, they want us to think that only the Father God is good. What kind of diabolical evil is this? I’ll tell you, it’s Jerome’s and Erasmus’ diabolical evil and whoever else had their filthy Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religious translator’s mitts on God’s Holy Word when they wrote their King James Bible.

Furthermore, if you think Matthew’s account is a one off and Mark’s account says otherwise you would be wrong and I will keep this brief for I wish to move on to the next misunderstood verse:

Mark 10:17 (KJV) And when he was gone forth into the way, there came one running, and kneeled to Him, and asked Him, Good Master, what shall I do that I may inherit eternal life?

Again from the Greek Transliteral:

Mark 10:17 (Greek Transliteral) And of-out-going (of-going-out) of-Him into way (road) toward-running one and knee-falling (falling-on-his-knees) him inquired-of Him Teacher! good any (what) I-shall-be-doing that life eonian I-should-be-tenanting (I-should-be-enjoying-the-allotment-of).

Here again we can see that the translators have chosen to place the word ‘good’ before ‘Teacher’ or ‘Master’ instead of correctly attaching it to the subject at hand after the word ‘Master’, that is, what good thing should this man be doing in order to enter into Eternal Life? Notice, too, that the word ‘good’ only appears once so, by default, it must apply to the ‘thing’ and not to Yashua Messiah. Why is that I hear you say? It’s that, because in the Matthew account we learnt that the second ‘good’ was gratuitously thrown in by the translators.

In part two I will expose more translator corruptions.

In Yashua Messiah’s Holy name

Messenger Charles

1. Exposing the Trinity Lie!:

2. Do You Worship an Ogre god – Parts 1- 4:

3. Are Trinity Worshippers Anti-Christs?:

4. The Duality Godhead:

5. The Islamic-Vatican Connection by Prof. Walter Veith:

https://worldtruthvideos.website/watch/the-islamic-vatican-connection-by-prof-walter-veith_gM5BHdgLIIc6zZr.html