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2 Cor. 4:4; Col. 1:15; Heb. 1:3 (Part #2) | Exposing the False Trinity Doctrine

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2. Yahushua Christ's Resurrection Body

Due to their preconceived notions, some people get very confused when they see the Bible says Yahushua was bodily raised to be "life-giving Spirit" such that Paul could even say "the Lord is the Spirit." For these people, the physical body is one thing and spirit is necessarily something else. But this confusion is unnecessary and based on mistaken preconceptions. Before Yahushua's resurrection, physical earthly things and spirit were two different things. Not anymore. He is a new creation, something which did not exist before. The crucified body of Yahushua was consumed and clothed by the Holy Spirit of Yahuwah when he was raised from the dead. This is why we longed to be clothed when we are raised from the dead (1 Corinthians 15:53-54; 2 Corinthians 5:2-5). His crucified body was swallowed up by the Spirit, death swallowed up by life, that is, the Spirit which if life-making. Yahuwah consumed the offered sacrifice. When we consume a sacrifice it becomes us and we become it. In this way, his body and the Holy Spirit have become one new thing, a new creation, and that is why we can become new creations in him, in the risen Christ. His risen body and the Holy Spirit have become one new thing without horizon. Together, the two, his body and the Spirit, have become one. The two have become one. He is a new creation where the Holy Spirit of his Father and his physical crucified body have become one new thing, a new creation. "Flesh and blood" cannot enter the Kingdom of heaven. "Flesh and blood" is an idiom for mortal humanity. Since Christ is risen in this Spiritual body, we no longer know him according to the flesh (2 Corinthians 5:16). We now know him according to the Spirit; the Lord is the Spirit (2 Corinthians 3:17;4:5). Because he is a new creation where he is an earthly body transformed into life-giving Spirit, we become new creations in him who we no longer know according to the flesh (2 Corinthians 5:16-17).

3. Bearing all things by the word of his power (Hebrews 1:3)

Paul also says the risen Son bears all things by the word of his power. This is the same idea as Ephesians 1:9-10 and Colossians 1:17. At Ephesians 1:9-10, we read that all things were (lit.) "Headed up" in Christ and at Colossians 1:17, we read that all things (lit.) "stand together" in him (established/founded in him). Note what the Hebrews writer has just said. Yahuwah appointed him to be heir of all things (Heb 1:2) because when he sat down at the right hand of Yahuwah he became superior to the angels having inherited a better name than them (Heb 1:4). Yahuwah subjected all the works of His hands to Yahushua (Heb 2:5-9) giving him all authority in heaven and earth (Matthew 28:18) when He raised him from the dead (Ephesians 1:20-21). He was made Lord (Acts 2:26) of all things and for that reason all things are Headed up in him and stand together in him. The "word of his power" refers to the authority of the Son given to him when Yahuwah seated him at His right hand, "the right hand of the Majesty on High" (Heb 1:3). In this way, the Lord of all creation bears all things by the word of his power. All the works of Yahuwah's hands were subjected to him.


It is obvious to thinking people that if Yahushua is in the image OF G-d [Yahuwah], it necessarily means he is not G-d [Yahuwah]. It doesn't matter how exact the image is. An exact image of an emperor on a coin is not the Emperor. An exact image of yourself in the mirror is not you; it is something else - an image of you. The risen Yahushua is the image of Yahuwah because Yahuwah is Spirit and his crucified body was swallowed up by the Spirit so that his body became a spiritual body and for that reason we no longer know Christ according to the flesh but according to the Spirit. The image in question is the Spirit and we who are partakers of the divine nature are being transformed into the same image as Paul says, the image of Christ who is the image of Yahuwah. When we are raised from the dead, our bodies will be like Yahushua's body and the Bible tells us we will bear the image of the heavenly man who is the image of Yahuwah.

Notes: *Hypostasis: In the first century, the Greek word hypostasis essentially meant "being" and was generally regarded as a synonym for ousia. It did not mean "person" as the KJV translates. In fact, the Nicene Creed anathematized anyone who denied the Father and the Son were the same hypostasis. Today, Trinitarians do in fact deny that the Father and the Son are the same hypostasis. In the late fourth century, the Cappadocians redefined the word hypostasis due to confusion concerning the word's definition and to suit Trinitarian doctrine. At Nicea in the early fourth century, the Father and Son were the same hypostasis but by the end of the fourth century, the Father and Son were not the same hypostasis because the word had been redefined. For this reason, the word hypostasis in later Trinitarian doctrine does not mean the same thing as it did at Hebrews 1:3. For that reason, most modern translations use the English word "being," or something similar, to translate hypostasis.

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