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Messiah being called "Lord" does not mean he is  YHWH



Some people may be misled into trinitarian doctrines by the word "lord".

Yahushua is our Lord/Master, and is called "lord", therefore some are led to think he is YHWH due to this word.

"Lord" is just a title.

YHWH is truly Lord, as there is nothing higher than him and all is in his hands, however be aware that there are many things which are called lord even when YHWH is the true Lord of all.

If you are a lord/master, or considered to be such in this world, that does not mean you are YHWH.

Anyone over another can be called lord or master, and in fact a lord, can have a lord, who has a lord, who has a lord even over him. (Similar to how modern businesses have various tiers of "bosses".)

We need to establish that this is a word with a meaning and is not an exclusive title for only YHWH.

In the Bible, Sarah is even recorded calling her husband Abraham "lord".

Probably the biggest misguiding factor on this topic is that Bible translations and modern documents have done violence to the scriptures by trying to delete the most holy name of our Father YHWH due to commandments of men saying that no one should say the true name of the creator but they should remove it and instead use "the LORD" or "GOD".

Also some people simply do not want foreigners to know and speak YHWH's name, as if it was only for them to be blessed by.

YHWH gave us his name and is the one who put it in our scriptures, so it is foolish to say that you know better than Elohim and remove it.

This also could be the work of Evil, though YHWH has allowed it, and it may have actually been his will.

There is a positive side to this wrong, and that is only his people seek out and know his name, and all of the wicked heathen who attempt to dishonor our Father, are not using his name, and when they don't know his name they can not dishonor and pollute it.

Due to this tradition, inside of translations of the scriptures, it calls YHWH "the LORD", and sometimes "GOD", using all upper case letters.

Inside of the "new testament" this tradition has been followed and for these documents the common public does not have the originals to know for certain where the set-apart name YHWH was located, we have to make an educated guess, sometimes it is very easy, and in some instances it seems we don't have access to a source to know for certain.

Since the translators do not know where the name of YHWH was, they won't put Lord or God in all upper case letters to inform you when he is being spoken of, so YHWH and the Messiah both will be referred to in the New Testament as "Lord", due to the supposed translators.

This is important to know because this knowledge changes how you understand many scriptures, and if someone does not know it, they will think some scriptures are talking about the Messiah when they're really talking about YHWH, and can misdirect them into trinity doctrine acceptance.

So be mindful of this information if you see the lord by itself in "the new testament".

The bottom line is this, "lord" is a title, and it does not mean YHWH.


Further Information

More translator shenanigans.

I've notice some recent translations altering the scriptures in their translations of the New Testament, some are now changing the word "lord" to all capital letters like "LORD", which misleads readers into linking this "lord" to the same "lord" they see all through the Old Testament section of the Bible, after all that is what they're writing in.

This can and will trick you into accepting doctrine's of men, and this also shows how these modern translations and teachings are evolving, and the people are accepting of it.


Scripture Collection

18:12 "Sarah laughed to herself, saying, After I have become old, shall I have pleasure, my lord being old also?"

1 Peter 3:6 "As Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord"

1 Corinthians 11:3 "But I wish you to know, that the head of every man is Messiah, and the head of a woman is the man, and the head of Messiah is Elohim"

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