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The Oneness of God

The Oneness of God

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In reading these two scriptures together, we find two important truths. These are, first of all that God is the creator of all. Second, we see he created all things alone and by himself. There were no co-creators with him. Genesis 1:1.In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Isaiah 44:24.Thus saith the Lord, thy redeemer, and he that formed thee from the womb, I am the Lord that maketh all things; that stretcheth forth the heavens ALONE; that spreadeth abroad the earth by MYSELF;

In reading these two scriptures together, we find two important truths. These are, first of all that God is the creator of all. Second, we see he created all things alone and by himself. There were no co-creators with him. Genesis 1:1.In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Isaiah 44:24.Thus saith the Lord, thy redeemer, and he that formed thee from the womb, I am the Lord that maketh all things; that stretcheth forth the heavens ALONE; that spreadeth abroad the earth by MYSELF;

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 The Oneness of GodGenesis 1:1.In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. Isaiah 44:24.Thus saith the Lord, thy redeemer, and he that formed thee fromthe womb, I am the Lord that maeth a!! things" that stretcheth forth the heavens #LO$%" that s&readeth abroad the earth by '()%L*"In reading these two scri&tures together, we +nd two im&ortant truths. Theseare, +rst of a!! that God is the creator of a!!. )econd, we see he created a!! things a!one and by himse!f. There were no cocreators with him.  -ohn 1:1./e was in the wor!d, and the wor!d was made by him, and the wor!dnew him not./ere the a&ost!e -ohn informs us (ahshua 0-esus is the reator. God created a!! things a!one and by himse!f yet now we +nd (ahshua is the reator. The on!y thing this cou!d mean is that (ahshua a!one is God. (ahshua a!one is reator. /e had no other he!&ers .33333333333333333333%odus 5:1516.#nd 'oses said unto God, 7eho!d, when I come unto the
 
chi!dren of Israe!, and sha!! say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you" and they sha!! say to me, 8hat is his name9 8hat sha!! I say unto them9 #nd God said unto 'oses, I #' T/#T I #': and he said, Thus sha!t thou say unto the chi!dren of Israe!, I #' hath sent me unto you, #nd God said moreover unto 'oses, Thus sha!t thou say unto the chi!dren of Israe!, The Lord God of your fathers, the God of #braham, the God of Isaac, and the God of -acob, hath sent me unto you: this is my name forever" and this is my memoria! unto a!! generations. The God of #braham, Isaac and -acob wants to be remembered as I #'.  -ohn :6;6.Then said the -ews unto him, Thou art not yet +fty years o!d, and hast thou seen #braham9 -esus said unto them, <eri!y, veri!y, I say unto you, 7efore #braham was, I #'.  (ahshua bo!d!y &roc!aimed to his friends and enemies that he is himse!f the one who is I #'. 33333333333333333333=euteronomy >:46./ear, O Israe!: The Lord our God is one Lord: #nd thou sha!t !ove the Lord thy God with a!! thine heart, and with a!! thy sou!, and witha!! thy might.8e are ca!!ed u&on to be!ieve in and worshi& the one true God of Israe!. 8e are a!!owed to serve no other.  -ohn 2:2>51.#nd after eight days again his disci&!es were within, and  Thomas with them: then came -esus, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and said, ?eace be unto you. Then saith he to Thomas, @each hither thy +nger, and beho!d my hands" and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it intomy side" and be not faith!ess, but be!ieving. #nd Thomas answered and said unto him, 'y Lord and my God. -esus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou
 
hast seen me, thou has be!ieved: b!essed are they that have not seen, and yet have be!ieved. #nd many other signs tru!y did -esus in the &resence of his disci&!es, which are not written in this boo: 7ut these are written, that yemight be!ieve that -esus is the hrist, the )on of God" and that be!ieving ye might have !ife through his name.8e are to !ove and serve the God of Israe! and to have no other gods before him. (ahshua revea!ed himse!f to a!! of the a&ost!es as their Lord and their God. Therefore, he is ea!ted to the highest &!ace of honor in the universe. #!so note, in -ohnAs comments verses 2>51 (ahshua is referred to as Lord, God, hrist and the )on of God. 8e are to be!ieve he is a!! that -ohn says he is. 3333333333333333333=euteronomy 52:5> and verse 1.7ecause I wi!! &ub!ish the name of the Lord: ascribe ye greatness unto our God. /e is the @oc, his wor is &erfect: for a!! his ways are Budgment: a God of truth and without iniCuity, Bust and right is he. They have corru&ted themse!ves, their s&ot is not the s&ot of his chi!dren: they are a &erverse and crooed generation. =o ye thus reCuite the Lord, O foo!ish &eo&!e and unwise9 is not he thy *#T/%@ that hath bought thee9 hath he not made thee, and estab!ished thee9<erse 1.Of the @oc that begat thee thou art unmindfu!, and hast forgotten God that formed thee.'oses refers to God as the @oc. /e says &!ain!y the @oc is their father in verse >. )ince he is the one in verse 1 who has begotten them again he con+rms the @oc is their father. ?sa!ms D:2>./e sha!! cry unto me, thou art my father, my God, and the @ocof my sa!vation. /ere we are shown by God himse!f how he was addressed by =avid. 'y

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