THE TRIUNE NATURE OF YHWH GOD
At the end of this page there are three links to three groups of evidence which are part of this study.
We write and pronounce the holy name YHWH as did the sons of God, the believers in the book of Genesis vv, Abraham and his children, Moses and all the believers until the Pharisees (rabbis) took over and created their religion and forbade the use of the holy name YHWH.
✦ Genesis 4:26 “And as for Seth, to him also a son was born; and he named him Enosh. Then men began to call on the name YHWH.”
✦ Genesis 13:4 “... There Abram called on the name YHWH.”
God said: “Do not take the name YHWH falsely.” To take the name YHWH can mean to pronounce it, to vow by it, to make an oath or a promise with it, to claim that you belong to YHWH falsely, or to willfully abuse or misuse the name YHWH.
We honor YHWH in truth. Our family, brothers and sisters, the Hebrews should not be offended that we use the name YHWH honorably and that we do not obey the rabbis (Pharisees) more than God YHWH Himself.
THE IMAGE OF GOD
The image of a person reflects in a mirror what that person looks like. A mirror image is true to the person seen in the mirror, assuming that the mirror is simple and honestly reflective without deception.
Man is created in the image of God. Thus man, by consequence, reflects a glimpse of image of God. Man in his innate nature is a morally free person who had the faculties necessary to fulfill and obey the Moral Laws of God (the Ten Commandments). This ability to obey existed only prior to the fall of man, and it exists also after the salvation, (recreation of our dead spirit), which is received only by faith in Yeshua Jesus. Romans 5:21 “So that as sin reigned in death, even so grace might reign through righteousness to eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”
Yeshua Jesus saves us by faith alone and thus our faculties are restored only in those who accept Him as Lord and Savior.
These faculties are the intelligence, the free will, the ability to act, the feelings and the higher thoughts. God the Creator has these qualities but of infinite intensity in quality and in quantity. Man has only a tiny reflection of the image of God. God has the real qualities, but man has just the aroma thereof.
GOD'S IMAGE in man, at the point of man’s creation, can be summarized up in three qualities:
(1) A perfect knowledge which is both original and subsequent. Such knowledge infuses in man (1) Humility, (2) Gratitude, and (3) Respect to God the Creator,
(2) A perfect holiness which separates and consecrates man from other creation, and by which man was the child of God. YHWH God is our true Father (Avinu), and
(3) A perfect righteousness where man acts right always without hesitation or inclination to evil. Such image is but a very tiny reflection of the nature of God who is a perfect person.
Man, (the woman first and then Adam), has chosen to join Satan and his proposals for equality with God. At that moment, described in Genesis chapter 3, man became dead. This death is spiritual which means the loss of the perfect state of the image of God. This means that the man (without God) became neither having true knowledge, nor righteousness, nor holiness.
Without YHWH God, man is corrupt and cannot but sin continuously without any hope of redemption.
In order to have peace with God and to restore God's image in us, we must obey God's entire Word, the Scripture in the Hebrew Scriptures and the Apostolic Scriptures equally.
The Rabbis, the Pastors, the Bishops, and the Teachers are not God. We should never obey them, but rather obey the Holy Scripture of God alone and not of men.
THE TRIUNE NATURE OF YHWH GOD
The Triune nature of YHWH is revealed to us in the manifestation of Son of God (Ben Elohim), the Holy Spirit (Ruah haQodesh), and the Father (Abba - Avinu).
YHWH God is Abba (Father), ha Ben Elohim (Son of God) and Ruah haQodesh (Holy Spirit) who have different functions and tasks, yet YHWH is ONE Person. Thus, the three are properly called in the Aramaic language Qnuma. Three Qnuma, yet One Person, God.
Most Christians may say that they also believe in God Triune who is Three Persons in One. But, this is false; if God is three persons then He is not One.
It is correct to say that YHWH is Triune: One Person Triune in Nature. This is not just semantic or definition difference, but it is a difference between the True YHWH and the polytheistic concepts of the gods or the Counsel of the gods, such as the Mount Olympus counsel of the gods.
YHWH is the only Creator, every other god and demon is a creature. No one, no angel and no human can understand what does it mean to be Triune in Nature and One Person.
Let us, in fear and trembling, be humble before God and let us never try to analyze God or subject Him to our Christian humanistic, or pagan logic, or demonic logic.
The Father (Abba YHWH), the Son (Ben Elohim YHWH) and the Holy Spirits (Ruah haQodesh YHWH) are NOT different parts of YHWH. All the three are one and the same person. YHWH is ONE although revealed Himself as Triune in Nature.
The Greek and Roman Church lords who are called “Church Fathers, pastors and teachers” attempted to understand perfectly everything in the universe, including God. They applied Greek mythology and systems of mathematics. They concluded (falsely) that God is one in Three Persons, which is false.
Tertullian, and Augustine were among the chief and early thinkers who polluted the Christian faith with their doctrines. Their doctrines were considered the “Orthodox Dogma” of the Church, not only the Roman Church, but also the daughters of the Harlot, i.e., all Churches in almost all denominations.
YHWH God is One
YHWH God is the only Creator of the heavens and the earth and everything in them, Genesis 1:2; Psalm 104:30; Job 26:13; Luke 1:35.
YHWH God sustains and provides for the existence and events as they occur. Acts 17:28 tells us: “For in Him we live and move and have our being, as also some of your own poets have said, 'For we are also His offspring, (i.e., He created us).'”
YHWH God redeems His chosen elect through His sacrifice as Yeshua Jesus Ben Elohim.
YHWH God grieves the lack of discipline and disobedience of His children (the sons of God) and of the blasphemy and denial of the non-elect, Psalm 78:40; Ephesians 4:30.
YHWH God showers us every day with His love and patience, until the Day of His Coming, the Second Coming of Yeshua Jesus YHWH.
✦ Matthew 5:45 “... For YHWH God makes His sun rise on the evil (people) and on the good (people), and sends rain on the just (faithful believers) and on the unjust (non-believers and false Christians).
✦ Romans 5:8 “But YHWH God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ (Messiah Jesus) died for us.”
When Yeshua Jesus YHWH comes, in that Day, He will judge everyone and there will be no second chance. There will be NO seven years of second chance Great Tribulation. There will be NO thousand years second chance.
On that Day, YHWH Yeshua Jesus will execute His justice on the living and the dead who will be resurrected to give account to Him.
Since YHWH God is One, why do we need to acknowledge the distinction of Abba Father, Ben Elohim Yeshua Jesus, Ruah Qodesh Holy Spirit?The reasons are simple:
(I) YHWH God referred to Himself as Triune with distinction in tasks of each of His “Qnuma.” We use the Aramaic word Qnuma rather than ‘part of His nature’ because the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are NOT different parts or different persons, but rather each one is the whole of YHWH God.
And, definitely, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are NOT separate or conjoined persons as the pagan demonic gods maybe. The Mount Olympus gods and the Hindu gods are of that kind of polytheism.
Our YHWH God is not of the these polytheistic system. He is ONE person.
(II) Another reason for the need of this distinction is from the inspired Word of YHWH. Paul (Rabbi Shaul) usually begins his Epistles with a prayer for "grace and peace" for his readers, "from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ," as the joint One source of these divine blessings by way of eminence, Romans 1:7; 1 Corinthians 1:3; 2 Corinthians 1:2; Galatians 1:3; Ephesians 1:2; Philemon 1:2-3; 1 Timothy 1:2; 2 Timothy 1:2; 1 Thessalonians. 1:1; 2 Thessalonians 1:2.
(III) A third reason is that Yeshua Jesus and most of the Prophets and Apostles do make a distinction between Abba Father, the Holy Spirit, and Ben Elohim Yeshua Jesus as Qnuma One YHWH not as separate persons, Daniel 4:8-9, 18; 5:11; Luke 1:35; John 4:24; 10:30; Acts 2:33; 4:31; 5:3, 4, 32; 7:55; 10:38; 15:8; 20:28; Romans 5:5; 14:17; 15:13, 16; 1 Corinthians 6:19; 12:4-6; 2 Corinthians 13:14; Ephesians 2:18; 3:2-5, 14, 17; 4:4-6, 30; 5:18-20; 1 Thessalonians 1:2-5; 4:8; 2 Thessalonians 2:13-14; Titus 3:4-6; 2 Timothy 1:3, 13-14; Hebrews 2:3-4; 6:4-6; 10:29-31; 1 Peter 1:2; 2:3-12; 4:13-19; 1 John 5:4-8; Jude 1:20-21; Revelation 1:4-6. See also the book “The Triune Nature (the Trinity) of God in the Hebrew Scriptures, by Dr. David d’Albany.”
Due to space and financial limitations, we wrote many references without the actual text of the Scriptures. We highly recommend and encourage you to open your Bible and read every reference mentioned. Opening your Bible may require effort on your part, but your faithful study will be approved and rewarded by YHWH the Lord Himself.