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The disciples of Yeshua wanted to see the real power in heaven thinking the Father would be someone higher than Yeshua (Jesus). But Yeshua virtually pointed out that He is an equal of the Father for the Father is with Him or in Him. There is a similarity between them at least in appearance. When you see Yeshua it is like you have already seen the Father as well. When you are with Yeshua, it is like being with the Father as well.

Jesus said to him, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but by me. If you had known me, you would have known my Father also; henceforth you know him and have seen him." Philip said to him, "Lord, show us the Father, and we shall be satisfied." Jesus said to him, "Have I been with you so long, and yet you do not know me, Philip? He who has seen me has seen the Father; how can you say, 'Show us the Father'?

Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father in me? The words that I say to you I do not speak on my own authority; but the Father who dwells in me does his works. Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father in me; or else believe me for the sake of the works themselves. Truly, truly, I say to you, he who believes in me will also do the works that I do; and greater works than these will he do, because I go to the Father. Whatever you ask in my name, I will do it, that the Father may be glorified in the Son; if you ask anything in my name, I will do it” (John 14:6-14, emphasis the writer).

If we would carefully examine the preceding verses with the knowledge that Rabbi Yeshua is also the God of the Old Testament and God the Father as well, we would wonder if the Father he is referring in the Old Testament is His own self. Of course, there is another Father in the Elohim family that is higher than Yeshua the Spokesman of God. But, literally speaking, Yeshua the Son and the Everlasting Father in the Old Testament are one and the same (Isaiah 9:6).

In short, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ has not yet been on earth during Old Testament times. It was Rabbi Yeshua as the Son of God who has taken upon himself the creation of man from the beginning. It was Rabbi Yeshua who dwelt in the midst of Israel in the wilderness from the very beginning.

It is like Rabbi Yeshua is sufficient for all of us, like He is the definite goal or destiny of our faith. No one can draw closer to God without going through Rabbi Yeshua for He is in fact the God that we are trying to get closer with. The saying of Jesus that ‘if you have known me you would have known also the Father’ could simply mean He is undoubtedly our Father.  We can hardly distinguish the Father from the Son at times. And thanks to the New Testament writings that make us aware of the other God the Father, who is authentically the Father of Yeshua the Son of God. There is someone higher than Rabbi Yeshua even if Rabbi Yeshua (Jesus) is the God of the Old Testament.

The statement ‘He who has seen me has seen the Father’ can be interpreted as Yeshua’s way of saying He is God the Father of the Old Testament. If we see Rabbi Yeshua (Jesus) we also have seen God the Father for He is also God the Father. Probably, we would not be able to meet or even see the other God known to us as the Father. It is enough for His talmidim (disciples) to experience and see Yeshua their Master for He is likewise the Father in the Old Testament.

There is nothing alarming concerning this except the fact that many believers have not really known God. This is the fundamental reason why the Trinity doctrine has become truly popular and receive unquestionable acceptance from many people. There are many things that the people on earth have not known for the simplicity of their faith in the Lord.

We must believe that Rabbi Yeshua or the God of the Old Testament came in the name of the Father in Heaven during the days of His ministry. When He finished His mission on earth, the Father in heaven had surely received Him and He still sits today at the right hand of God in His heavenly throne.

In view of all of these, we should consider now the power of the prayers we utter before Elohim (God). Our prayer at this point in time should manifest a much stronger faith in Yeshua our Lord to the extent that they should all be answered positively. We now know much better to whom we are praying in comparison to our former understanding that Rabbi Yeshua is merely a prophet of God and the promised Messiah of Israel.

When we pray in His name, Yeshua has promised us that He will respond positively so the Father may be glorified in the Son. We cannot tell precisely which one of our two Fathers in heaven would truly be glorified in Yeshua the Son. But let them both be glorified for it is good that our prayer or whatever we are asking would be given to us in the name of Rabbi Yeshua only.

Our prayer should be leaping now to high heaven like a rocket with all its boosters burning. We only have to believe and remember that Rabbi Yeshua is not only our King but our God and Father as well. When we pray to God, remember that we are praying to Yeshua HaMashiach as well. Yeshua had promised to see that our earnest prayers would be answered and granted immediately whenever we mention His name.

We only need to realize who Rabbi Yeshua really is.

If we know Rabbi Yeshua well enough then we can ask for anything in our prayer. It would be answered for we know already beforehand that God is waiting for a chance to glorify the name of Yeshua not the name of Jesus, which means Son of Zeus. We know now to whom we are praying for. He is Rabbi Yeshua not just the Word of God but also the God of the Old Testament.

This new perspective concerning the identity of God the Father and Rabbi Yeshua can bring awesome power in all of our prayers. Our Lord God whose name is Rabbi Yeshua is God Almighty himself during Old Testament times.

We only have to believe.





The divinity of Rabbi Yeshua the Christ has always been a very sensitive issue for many bible-based religious groups all over the world. They often preach the humanities of Rabbi Yeshua—an incomparably merciful and kind God. They keep promoting the God of the Old Testament as a wrathful God and Yeshua of the New Testament as a forgiving God. They keep thinking of Rabbi Yeshua as merely a human being.

Many religious writers today erroneously presented Yeshua HaMashiach as the man that started the new religion of Christianity. The truth is it was Simon the Sorcerer (Acts 8:9-10) who founded and started the Christian religion in Rome. Otherwise the New Testament writers would be using the word ‘Christian’ in a very positive way and not as a hate name. Simon the Sorcerer is the first Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.

Have you read in the New Testament any one of the apostles of Yeshua using the term ‘christian’ or ‘christianos’ in Greek to describe themselves?

Rabbi Yeshua is being misrepresented today by many liberal writers-for-hire as a work of fiction. They are claiming that He really did not exist and history has no record at all of a man named Jesus Christ. Many books and magazines have already been written to show Jesus as merely a pigment of imagination by the Christian people. They wanted the world to believe that the disciples of Rabbi Yeshua had transformed their master into somebody else to promote their Jewish ideology and eschatology.

The concept of Rabbi Yeshua being the God of the Old Testament has hardly received notice or any literary review in the Churches. He is always the Word or Spokesman of God to His followers. This study concerning the true identity and personality of Rabbi Yeshua would concretize further the belief that the Torah of Moses is still being enforced on earth. It has not been revoked by the sacrificial death of Yeshua (Jesus) for He is the same God that had given the Torah to the children of Israel on Exodus time.

The Holy Bible teaches that God the Father has created the heavens and the earth by means of His spokesman whose name is Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus Christ). This is one of the fundamental teachings in our Holy Bible. God had spoken and the Logos performed His work. There is nothing on earth that had not been created by Elohim but through the Memra d’ Yay (Spokesman or Logos of God).

The revelation that Yeshua is also the same Eloah (God in singular form) of the Old Testament has no veering at all in our belief and faith in Eloah (God) that we refer as Abba (the Father). God the Father remains our Creator God for it is Him who empowered His spokesman—Yeshua— to create all of things in heaven and on earth. There are two Elohim (God) that existed in Creation and Yeshua happened to be the Eloah (God) that created everything since the beginning.

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