Yeshua The Messiah Is Unique.


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There have been many "UNIQUE" individuals throughout history, where none before were like them, and there maybe will be no other the same. The Special Case: “The ONE”, below the Heavenly Father which is also UNIQUE, is the UNIQUE ONE and the only UNIQUE one of HIS Kind, which there was none like Him, and there will be no more like Him, and there is no other like Him, and He has been and will be the ONLY one of His Kind: Yeshua The Messiah, which came from the Heavenly Father.

John 1:14. And the Miltha became flesh and made his dwelling amongst us, and we saw His glory, the glory of the Unique one [of the nature] of the Creator, Full of grace and blessing.

John 1:18. No man has ever seen Alaha {God}. The Only Begotten {lit. The Unique One} Alaha {God}, He who is in the bosom of His Father; He has Declared Him.

John 3:16. For, Alaha {God} has thus so loved the alma {the world}, in such a way that He would give His Only Begotten (or Unique-One of a Kind} Son, that whoever might believe in Him, would not be lost, but rather, may have for them lives which are eternal.

John  3:18. Whoever that believes in Him, isn't judged, and whoever that doesn't believe, from this time, is judged, because he hasn't believed in The Name of The Unique Son of Alaha {God}.

1 John 4:9. By this the love of Alaha {God} toward us is known, because Alaha {God} sent his Unique Son into the world that we would have life by him.

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{{Compare Revelation 1:8, 1:17-18 [17. And as I saw him, I fell at his feet like dead, and he laid his right hand on me as he said, “Do not fearⁿ , I am the Beginning and the End, 18. “The One who Lives and [yet] → ●was● ●dead● ← and the One who is Alive to [the end of] the universes of all the universes, Amen, and He who has the keys of death and the netherworld.]  TN: ⁿ 1:17 “Succumb.”], 22:13 }}

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Isaiah 43:10. "In all truth,ⁿ  you are truly my witnesses," said YHWH, "and my servants whom I  chose; and you know and believe in me, and understand that I am He, and before me no Alaha was created and after me there will be none.ⁿ  11. "I am the YHWH, and there shall be none after me. 

✏Textual Notes✏:

ⁿ 43:10.1 Lit. Ar. id.: "Through wholesome [truth.]" 

ⁿ 43:10.2 NB! This is an extremely critical passage to translate and interpret. Here is where most of Western Christianity has gone astray. This is “YHWH” Himself speaking in these passages and it should be clear that He is “YHWH” who did come to the world embodied as Eashoa Msheekhah (Yeshua the Messiah). 

ⁿ 43:11 Lit. Ar. id.: "Inna-nah YHWH," or "I am [I], YHWH."

Isaiah 43:12. "I revealed and I saved, and there is no stranger among you, and you are my witnesses," said YHWH, "and I am the Alaha."  13. "And also from the first Day it was I,ⁿ  and no one can escapeⁿ  my hand -- and that which I do, who can undo it?"ⁿ 

✏Textual Notes✏:

ⁿ 43:13.1 Lit. Ar. id.: "Inna-nah," or "I am [I]." 

ⁿ 43:13.2 Lit. Ar. id.: Or: "Be delivered." ⁿ 

ⁿ 43:13.3 NB! The Yahweh issue must be settled at this point. Eashoa (Yeshua) is the only Manifestation (Miltha) of the Creator in human form, or as American Christians are fond of saying, "Alaha/God in the flesh." Eashoa (Yeshua) is not only "Alaha in the flesh"; He is the Creator in the Spirit as well. Only through the Aramaic language it is possible to understand all this. Greek never conveyed it, and, therefore, led to all the translation and doctrinal errors we find in Western Christianity throughout. 

Isaiah 44:6. Thus said YHWH, the King of Israel and her Savior, the Almighty YHWH is His Name, "I amⁿ : the First and I amⁿ : the Last and there is no Alaha after me.ⁿ 

✏Textual Notes✏:

ⁿ 44:6.1 Lit. Ar. id.: "Inna-nah," or "I am [I]."

ⁿ 44:6.2 Lit. Ar. id.: "Inna-nah," or "I am [I]."

ⁿ 44:6.4 Lit. Ar. id.: "Bar-Minnee," or: "Before-or-After-Me."

NOTE that some translators instead render "Inna-nah" as "Ena-Na". 


An Analogy

The translation term "Only[-]Begotten" IS a Valid translation, but some of us gloss over that, even getting into the thought of Yeshua (aka, Jesus) being the ONLY "son" of God, and given the fact that Yeshua gets flack for claiming to be the "Son Of God", that kind of strays us to the word "only", and we see other "sons of God" referenced in the writings. The descriptor "unique" is more efficient by signaling that THIS "son" out of all the others, is "UNIQUE". Compare some other scriptures here: 

Genesis 6:2

that the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair, and took themselves wives of all that they chose.

Genesis 6:4

In those days were the giants on the earth, and also afterwards, when the sons of God had come in to the daughters of men, and they had borne children to them; these were the heroes, who of old were men of renown.

Job 1:6

And there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before YHWH; and The Adversary came also among them.

Job 2:1

And there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before YHWH, and The Adversary also came among them to present himself before YHWH.

Job 38:7

When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?

Matthew 5:9

Blessed the peace-makers, for *they* shall be called sons of God.

Luke 20:36

for neither can they die any more, for they are equal to angels, and are sons of God, being sons of the resurrection.

Romans 8:14

for as many as are led by the Spirit of God, *these* are sons of God.

Romans 8:19

For the anxious looking out of the creature expects the revelation of the sons of God:

Psalms 82:6 

I have said, Ye are gods, and all of you are children of the Most High;