Tuesday, 31 May 2016


And why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say? -Luke 6:46

     According to the above verse we can understand that how correctly he had
calculated the events that would take place after him. Is not beyond one’s own
imagination that how much Jesus could have been worried, on seeing the present
so called christians. So what is the condition that Jesus had put before the people
who want to be his followers and desire to get the salvation through him? That is
one should hear his Words and obey. Contrary to this it is preached that one who
wants the salvation should recognize him (Jesus) as the Lord (means God) and
worship him. But what was the preaching of Jesus? That is one should hear his
words and obey. To be really appriciated by him we should not worship him in
the capacity of God , but we should obey his words and recognize Jehovah as the
God Almighty, and worship Him alone following in the foot steps of Jesus.


Those who neglect Jesus’ word, and believe the fabrications and fictions
in place of Jesus’ teachings, should understand that it is the word of Jehova
that is disearded but not of Jesus. Observe the following verse .

Monday, 30 May 2016

What for Jesus was sent ?

To be worshipped of? or to be imitated by?
If we ask this question to the present christian scholars as what for Jesus had
been sent in to this world they give different types of answers and we can find
vast varience in their opinions . Some answer that God has sent him to be worshipped
of while some say that God has sent him for ‘The Atonement’ of our
sins and such like various answers regarding him. Can these various answers be
true in the case of one person? And let us see what was the chief objective of
God in sending Jesus to this world and what should be our basic communion with
Jesus .So observe the the following verse , in which God himself gives the answer
to these questions.

While he yet spake, behold, a bright cloud over shadowed
them: and behold a voice out of the cloud, which said, this
is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased; here ye
him. -Matthew 17:5

On careful examination of the above verse the following points come in to light.

1.The creator God himself speaks.
2. God introduces Jesus to the common people that what type of the basic communion should they maintain with Jesus.
3.And not only this ,but also explains that what is the basic communion of Jesus with God.

In what procedure did the birth of Jesus take place?

According to the law of nature and physical theories the male and female
conjugal relation is inevitable to conceive a child to women but the birth of Jesus
christ took place against the law of nature just as Jehovah creats the all things right
from the beginning in this universe by His ‘command’- ‘word’ so also when He
intended that the virging Mary should conceive and bear a son then the command
had been given, there upon virgin Mary conceived and after nine months...

And the word was made flesh and dwelt among us full of grace and truth -John 1:14

The christian theologions, interpretation is that Jesus is God by virtue of his birth took place by the spoken word which is the command of God. If any imagine, that Jesus is God as his birth took place by the command of God then what about the all creaturs which came into existence by the same command of God? Do they then not become as the gods if the speculation about Jesus were to
be true? If this be the true then we should agree the worship of Gentiles as is in the
correct way. Can we agree to this whole heartedly? if we agree that, these all
creaturs are gods then only it is reasonable to regard Jesus also as God, and if we
do not accept this condition then Jesus do not have the right to be regarded as
God. In this regard we under stand by the above analysis that there is none beside
Jehovah equel to Him.

Thursday, 26 May 2016

But who is the ‘word’, which is called as God?

According to John 1:1 it is mentioned that "In the beginning was the word",
but here the question is who is that ‘word’? The real meaning of the ‘word’ is that
which we have discussed in the above topic about the 'Logos'. As a matter of
fact that Logos is called as the ‘word’, which was in the beginning with God. And
according to John 1:14 it is mentioned that ‘the word’ was made flesh and dwelt
among us full of grace and truth. But in this regard one point should be clarified
that whether God himself descended in this world or ‘the word’, which was with
God, came in this world in the human form? So before going into the further first
we should know our selves which is the correct in these two questions. If we pay
heed on the exhortations of Jesus it can be well ascertained that the Alimghty
Jehovah did not descend in this world but ‘the word’, which was with God, came
in this world. Because Jesus himself exhorts several times that neither he came of
himself but his Father sent him and your Father is in heaven, further he says that
"Abba, Father that he went unto his Father". In this way Jesus made a lot of
exhortations during his ministry. Contrary to this if one imagine Jesus as incarnation as Jehovah, then the message of Gospels becomes false so also Jesus becomes a liar (God may forbid). If it is believed that Jehovah himself had descended in the form of Jesus then all his exhortations proved wrong. But as regards to Jesus one cannot think of him as a cheat. He is the righteous and honest and there is no guile in him. Therefore ‘the word’, which was with God in the biginning, descended in this world. And according to the preachings of Jesus it becomes crystal clear that Jehovah did not incarnate in the form of Jesus.

Monday, 23 May 2016

Who is the most Holy God?

There is none Holy as the Lord... -I Samuel 2:2

This is to mean as saying that there is no any god as holy as Jehovah.

Who is the worthy of praise?

Blessed be the Lord God of Israel for ever and ever. And
all the people said, Amen, And praised the Lord
-I Chronicles 16:36

Blessed are thou, O Lord... -Psalms 119:12

If, only Jehovah is worthy of praise then what about the other gods? The
answer for this question is that they are not as worthy of praise as Jehovah.
Who is the God of endless knowledge?

The Lord is a god of knowledge... -I Samuel 2:3

This is to mean as saying that only one Jehovah is God of endless knowledge
means only He is the possessor of unlimited knowledge and the remaining gods
have only the limited knowledge to the extant as have been conferred by Him.

Friday, 20 May 2016

What kind of God is Jehovah?

As mentioned in our above example in spite of many people having the common
disignation as 'Police Officer', we can recognise their status according to
their ranks. Likewise eventhough the word 'God' has been used for many persons
in the Bible it is easy to discreminate and to recognise the true God of them and
one can discern the real God according to the special attribute, as mentioned
before the word 'God'. We can see this point in the following verses.

Who is the Creator God?

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. -Genesis 1:1

Thus saith the Lord, the Holy one of Israel and his maker... -Isaiah 45:11

From the above references it becomes clear the only one Jehovah is THE
CREATOR God and remaining all gods were created by Him.

Thursday, 19 May 2016

The Devil also was god!

In whom the God of this world hath Blinded the minds of
them which believe not... -I Corinthiane 4:4

It is obvious from the above that the Dvil also was called as a god. So according
to the analysis made so far it became evident that not only Jehovah but also
many people had been called as gods.

Logos is god!?

Who is this Logos god? Are you surprising about it? As a matter of fact the
meaning of Logos in the Hebrew language is "the spoken word of deity". This is to
mean that the commandment of the Creator God, which can be used to create the
universe, also a god. Therefore not only the Creator Jehovah was called as God,
but all the Holy Prophets, and kings and judges and along with the Devil, even the
spoken word of God also called as god.

On the whole, what is the real meaning of God?

In the ancient times the Hebrew theologians had called the Creator as ELOH,
who was being called as EL until then. But in the later time they had changed as
ELOHIM, which was the plural form of ELOAH. So also the Arebian theologians
had changed the EL as ELAH and latter they added the prefix AL to
ELAH, thus it has been tansformed as ALLAH. The Arabic use of the word AL
is 'prefix' just as the in English language. Why the name of EL had been changed
into different names? Before knowing the answer for this let us first see what is the
actual meaning of ELAH. The meaning of ELAH is that THE WORTHY OF
PRAISE and also it can be regarded as THE LORD. Just as in the same meanings
many persons were called by the name of ELAH.

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

According to (John 1:1) 'In the beginning was the word' - What do these words mean?

One of the verses, which is used to attribute the divinity to Jesus, is that...

In the biginning was the word, And the word was with
God, and the word was God -John 1:1

     Some christian scholars understand the meaning of the above verse- According
to John 1:14 the Word, who was in the befinning as god, was made flesh and
dwelt among us, full of grace and truth, means born in the form of Jesus. Thus they
declare Jesus as God. Therefore to arrive at the correct meaning of the above
verse we should draw the appropriate answers from the following questions.

1. According to the original text of the Bible, by what name was God called?
2. Was the Creator Jehovah only called as God? (or)
3. In addition to Jehovah were any others also called as gods?

As long as we do not aquire the correct answers for the above questions, it is
not easy for one to understand the appropriate meaning of John 1:1.

Monday, 16 May 2016

5. Jesus is in Jehovah and Jehovah is in Jesus!

The following is one of the verses which can be used in favour to attribute the divinity to Jesus .

Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of my- in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works self: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works -John 14:10

       According to above verse the contention of the christian scholars is that the Father is in Jesus and Jesus is in Jehovah- thus they declare that they both are existing together as one person. Therefore, Jehovah is Jesus and Jesus is Jehovah. The interpretor of Bible or any other scripture should have the comprehensive knowledge of the scriptures and showed take into consideration all such other relevant verses to establish the authentically of their interpretation, while interpreting or any verse or passage. If any body interprets the verses which happen to appear in favour of their opinion , all such other verses should also be interpreted in the same way as has been adapted in intepreting as in the case of above verse. They do not do so, because they know pretty well, that if they do so, the verse which they have selected to ascribe divinity to Jesus, badly effects in resulting adversely to their interpretations. Then automatically the basic message of the Bible becomes ambignous and leads to misconceptions. Just as they interpret the above verse in their favour to attribute the divinity to Jesus so also if the following verse is interpreted, either Jesus should discard his divinity or allow his twelve apostles also as his co-equal share hold along with him in the company of Divinity.

Saturday, 14 May 2016

In what way Jesus is the image of God?

The Holy Bible gives the answers crystal clearly to the questions who is Jesus
in reality? and who is Jehovah in reality? However some persons argue ignorantly
taking the meaning of Jesus as the image of God, in literal sence and attribute
divinity to him. If any body imagine in this way then let us understand according to the following verse that who is God?

So God created man in his own image, in the image God
created he him; male and female created he them -Genesis 1:27

According to above verse if any person such as Philip, requests Adam saying
‘Oh! Adam shew us the Father and it sufficeth us’, then what would be the
answer of Adam in such situation? Undoubtedly he answers him sying as ‘Have I
been so long time with you, and yet hast thou not known me?’ Because he
that hath seen me hath seen the Father. This can be accepted as God himself had
created Adam in his image and in his likeness. Therefore if one imagine Jesus as
God, then in the same way should one agree that Adam also a God, who was the
image of Jehovah. If one do not agree this logic and says Adam is not a God so
also one is deprived of every chance to regard Jesus as God.

Friday, 13 May 2016

4. What is the real meaning of - He that hath seen me, hath seen the Father

Jesus had shown the complete way of belief in his ministry, which leads one
towards the inheritance of the eternal life, and all his disciples had shown perfectly
how one should follow that way. But the earlier christians never imagine Jesus
regarding as one equal to Jehovah just as the present christians are involved in,
and they did not propagate anywhere as Jesus was the God. However many
people in the present christian community believe Jesus in the capacity of God
and propagate so. As a matter of fact this manner is complete against to the
message of Bible and the Gospel of Jesus. However in these days the preachers
generally use some parts of the verses in order to attribute the divinity to Jesus by
any means. For example observes such verse in the following.

Philip saith unto him, Lord, shew us the Father, and it
sufficeth us. Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so long time
with you, and yet hast thou not known me, Philip? He that
hath seen me hath seen the Father, and how sayest thou
then, shew us the father? -John 14:8-9

Jesus had exhorted before hand, even before Philip requested him to show
him the Father, that no body has seen his shape which can be seen in the following

Thursday, 12 May 2016

What was the expectation of people before the advent of Jesus?


What was the expectation of the people about the advent of Jesus? Whether
they were in expectation of the Christ (Messiah) or God himself? What was mentioned
in the verse? And what did the woman say in the above verse? She did not
say "Messiah cometh which is called God". And observe the warning of Jesus in
the following.

I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for
if ye believe not taht I am he, ye shall die in your sins. -John 8:24
      Jesus proclaims in the above I said therefore unto you that ye shall die in your
sins if you do not believe me as I am he which stands for I am The Christ. This
means the actual status of Jesus was the Christ means he had been appointed by
God. If any imagine about his status more than what he was, for example if they
exalt him to the status of God or degrade his statusless than the Christ, it can be
termed as the great sin for them, and eventually such people, who imagine Jesus in
these two wrong ways, shall die in their sins, and the wages of sin is death which
is a well know exhortation to all. It means Jews, who did not agree Jesus as Christ
would die in their sins so also if christians equalize the status of Jesus with Jehovah
then they also shall die in their sins. Therefore if one wants to attain the salvatin
through Jesus one should mend one's beliefs as propounded by him and should
believe in accordance with the prophecy as Jesus is the Christ. So God may
bestow such knowledge to all of us. Ameen.

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Who are the wise persons?

Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings of mine and
doeth them I will liken unto a wise man, which built his
house upon a rock -Matthew 7:24

Who are the foolish persons?

And every man that hearth these sayings of mine, and doeth
them not shall be likened unto a foolish man, which built
his house upon the sand -Matthew 7:26

What information can be extracted from made analysis sofar?

According to the analysis made sofar we understand that even if there are
many so-called gods one should believe Jehovah as the true and Almighty and
worthy of worship and believe always that only one Jehovah is capable to do
anything and he will reward one's prayers and also believe Jesus as a mediator
and as the Christ, then only one can be regarded as the wise person. That is why
the disciples of Jesus had such belief as above and preached accordingly. And
Jesus himself warns them, who follow contrary to the above teachings as the
foolish persons. So this is our aspitarion that every one should examine carefully
the above points and become wise persons as suggested by Jesus.

“I am he” ... means Who is he in reality?

If one ask to any Christian as who is Jesus in reality? Immidiatly he answers
unhesitatingly as Jesus is God. As a matter of fact, we can not find in all his
teachings to have said that he himself is God. However inorder to prove the
divinity of Jesus our Christian scholars generally use one of the prominant words
of Jesus that I AM HE. For example observe the following verse.

I said therefore unto you that ye shall die in your sins: for
if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins -John 8:24

Now I tell you before it come that when it is come to pass
ye may believe the I am he -John 13:19

Jesus himself says in the above passages 'I AM HE'. But our Christian scholars
takes the meaning of this word as Jesus to have diclared that he himself was
Jehovah. If we study carefully the context of the above verses we can understand
obviously what the words I AM HE. Actually mean to convay as. If any verse or
part there of is removed from the context, it can be easily moulded to serve their
purpose and this is what church has done to prove the divinity of Jesus taking the
bits of clauses such as I AM HE. If any interpret these words which are spoken
by Jesus I AM HE, to mean as JEHOVAH only such people belive this type of
interpretatins, who do not have the correct Biblical knowledge. Because Bible
gives the clear answers as regards to who God is. However let us take the meaning
of the words for a while 'I am he' as I am Jehovah, then what is the interpretation
of our scholars for the following verse?

And Jesus answering them began to say, take heed lest any
men deceive you for many shall come in my name, saying I
am Christ; and shall diceive many -Mark 13:5

From the above verse one can notice that Jesus to have told that the people
would preach the word 'I am he' as to mean that I my self is Jehovah. It is completly
a deciteful preaching and Jesus warns that they would come in his name. So who
are those persons who are comming in the name of Jesus and propagating in these
days as Jesus is Jehovah? Are not they Christians? If truly the meaning of I AM
HE is I AM JEHOVAH, then why does Jesus declare in the above verses such
propagations as are deceitful? Therefore if one examine the above verse carefully
one can understand that Jesus did not say the word I AM HE to mean in the
sense of I AM JEHOVAH. The following verse also proves this fact.

Then said Jesus unto them, when ye have lifted up the son
of man, then shall ye know that I am he, and that I do
nothing of my self; by as my Father hath taught me, I speak
these things. -John 8:28

On careful perusal of the above verse it becomes clear that Jesus did not say
the word, IAM HE in the meaning of 'I AM JEHOVAH'. Because Jesus says
himself "I do nothing of my own self: except as my father hath taught me, I speak
these things", it means Jesus makes clear himself that God is distinct from him.
However there remains the questian as to whom the words ‘I am he’ are applicable
to? Observe the following.

The woman saith unto him, I know that Messias cometh,
which is called Christ; when he is come he will tell us all
things... -John 4:25

On examination of the above verse we understand that the people were in
expectation of the advent of Christ (Messiah). Now observe in the following verse
what Jesus says in this regard

Jesus saith unto her. I that speak unto thee am he-John 4:26

According to the above verse one can understand crystal clearly the appropriate
meaning of the words I AM HE are applicable to Jesus to mean as Christ.
Thus the Bible discloses the reality of Jesus, yet many christians are confounded
regarding the reality of Jesus and in the message of Bible.

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

To whom the people prayed in the times of New Testament?

To whom Jesus had prayed? 

And saith unto them my soul is exceeding sorrowful unto death: tarry ye here and watch. And he weat forward a little, and fell on the ground and prayed that if it were possible the hour might pass from him. And he said Abba, possible the hour might pass from him. And he said Abba, Father, all things are possible unto thee; take away this Father, all things are possible unto thee; take away this cup from me: nevertheless not what I will, but thou wilt. cup from me: nevertheless not what I will, but thou wilt. -Mark 14:34:36

        According to the above verse one can notice obviously that Jesus himself had been praying to the Almighty Jehovah to whom the all prophets had been praying right from the beginning. Therefore Jesus had prayed only Jehovah. Now let us see to whom he ordered to pray to his disciples in the following passage.

And it came to pass, that, as he [Jesus] was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his unto him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples. And he said unto them, when ye pray, say Our disciples. And he said unto them, when ye pray, say Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done as in heaven, so in earth. kingdom come. Thy will be done as in heaven, so in earth. Give us day by day our daily bread. And forgive us our Give us day by day our daily bread. And forgive us our sins; for we also for give every one that is indebted to us. sins; for we also for give every one that is indebted to us. And lead us not in to temptation: but deliver us from evil. And lead us not in to temptation: but deliver us from evil. -Luke 11:1-4

       In the above prayer Jesus has explained some important basic points to them, those who want to attain the salvation through him. The first point of them is that he orders clearly that one should pray only one Jehovah and secondly he says that 'Hollowed be thy name'. The meaning in clear terms of this prayer is 'save us from the curruption of the polythism. Therefore one should recognise and believe Jehovah as the Almighty One. And the third point is that "Thy kingdom come" this means as saying "bestow the ability and good fortune upon us in order to make the righteous, moral and fruitful society. And fourth point is that the prayer for daily bread" instead of the peaceless accumulation of the worldly wealth gant us content ment with what you provide us and fifth point is that- "Forgive us our sins as we are forgiving our indebters ". And the sixth point is that "And lead us not into temptation" it means "we are unable to bear the hard temptations" so protect us from satanic influences. In this way Jesus commands to his disciples to pray only Jehovah. Because Jesus had the firm belief in Jehovah just as the former prophets, that only one Jehovah is the capable to answer our every prayer. That is why he ordered to his disciples that they should also have the same belief.

Who shall reward for our prayers? 

But thou, when thou prayest enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret, and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly. thee openly. -Matthew 6:6

We understand from the above verse that one, who is the real follower of Jesus, should always regard Jehovah only as his acceptor of his prayers.

Why should we regard only Jehovah?

    And why alone he can reward us? Can any hide himself in secret places that I shall not see him? saith the Lord. do not I fill heaven and earth? Saith the Lord. the Lord. -Jeremeiah 23:24

Whither shall I go from thy spirit? or whither shall I flee from thy presence? 

If I ascend up into heaven thou art there: from thy presence? If I ascend up into heaven thou art there: If I make my bed in hell, behold thou art there -Psalms 139:7-8 

To whom the people of Church prayed after Jesus? Peter therefore was kept in prison; but pryer was made without ceasing of the church unto God for him. -Acts 12:5 

And at midnight Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises And at midnight Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises unto God: and the prisoners heard them. -Acts 16:25 

If any of you lack wisdom let him ask of God that giveth to all men liberally. all men liberally. -James 1:5

       The present day christians, misconception is that the believers, who were living in the time before to Jesus, had been praying Jehovah for their needs, but after the comming of Jesus, all believers should pray Jesus. But on contrary to their imagination we can see from the above verses that the disciples of Jesus and even Paul also prayed only one Jehovah after the time of Jesus.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Who is the worthy of praise?

For the Lord is great and greatly to be praised.
-Psalms 96:4

This is to mean that only one Jehovah is the worthy of praise above all gods
and remaining gods are not deserving to be praised.

Why should one praise only Jehovah?

Great is the Lord and greatly to be praised and his greatness
is unsearchable. -Psalms 145:3

Why not the other gods worthy of worship?

...Worship him, all ye gods -Psalms 97:7

As a matter of fact we cannot find a small instance in throughout the Bible that
the prophets, holy persons and judges who were the so-called gods, to have
ordered their people that they should worship them. But they have ordered that
they should worship only one Jehovah. If this be the case how can the others
become worthy of worship except one Jehovah?

Why this greatness is reserved for him only?

1. The Almighty God

And God spake unto Moses and said unto him I am the
Lord and I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac and unto
Jacob, by the name of God Almighty -Exodus 6:2-3

This is to mean as saying that except one Jehovah remaining all gods are not
as capable as Jehovah; Even if they possess any power to perform any miracle it
also had been given by God but they did not have the self acquired power.

There is none like him.
2. The proclamation of Jehovah:

I am God and ther is none like me. -Isaiah 46:9

To whom will ye liken me and make me equal and compare
me that we may be like? -Isaiah 46:5

The proclamation of Prophets:

There is no God like thee. -I Kings 8:23

To whom then will ye liken God? or what likeness will ye
compare unto him? -Isaiah 40:18

Wherefore thou art great, O Lord God; for there is none
like thee, neither is there any god beside thee.
-2 Samuel 7:22
On examination of the above references it is evident that only one Jehovah is
worthy of worship and praises because He is not just as the so-called gods. That
is why He himself questions that who are equel with ?Him and like Him? and the
prophets who are the so-called gods, made clear that only one Jehovah is the
great God and there is none like Him and non is equal to Him. So in no way can
we imagine any one of them as superior as Jehovah and hence we should recognise
Him alone as superior One, above all of them and worship Him only.

Who is the great God?

The proclamation of so-called gods:
Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised and his greatness
is unsearchable. -Psalms 145:3

For the Lord your God is God of gods...-Deuteronomy 10:17

Thou shalt not be affrighted at them for the Lord thy God
is among you a mighty God and terrible.-deuteronomy 7:21

Who is so great a God as our God! -Psalms 77:13

The proclamation of Jesus:

And ye shall be the children of the highest. -Luke 6:35

My Father, which gave them me is greater than all.
-John 10:29

For my Father is greater than all. -John 14:28

The proclamation of Paul:

One God and Father of all who is above all...
-Ephesians 4:6

All these attributes such as have been mentioned in the above verses viz.
‘Great’, ‘highest’, ‘Almighty’, ‘God of gods’ and ‘above all’ are referred to which
God? Undoubtedly they are meant only for Jehovah but to none else. Therefore
keeping in view of these all charecterestic features one can understand obviously
that one should not declare to any other as the true God except one Jehovah.
What type of belief a devotee should

proclaim towards Jehovah?

Lord God of Israel there is no God like thee in heaven
above or on earth beneath... -I kings 8:23

Is not Jehovah the God in both
old and new Testaments?

Before me there was no God formed neither shall there be
after me -Isaiah 43:10

This means Jehovah is the only God in all ages both of past, presant and
future. Observe the holy statements as regards to this in the following.

Hast thou not know? hast thou not heard that the everlasting
God the Lord the Creator of the ends of the earth...-Isaiah 40:28

From the above one can notice distinctly that only one Jehovah has reserved
the special attribute for Him that He is the only 'everlasting God', it means rest are
all only temporary gods who survaive on the mercy of God as submissive servants.
So the wise persons always depend only on the everlasting God.

Trust ye in the Lord for ever I for in the Lord Jehovah is
everlasting strength -Isaiah 26:4

This is to mean that apart from one Jehovah we should not trust in any one as
God in any age because only Jehovah is the God in all ages.

To whom should one pray?

The prayer of Abraham:
And Abraham planted a grove in beer-sheba and called there
on the name of the Lord, the everlasting God -Genesis 21:33

The above event had taken place in the times of old Testament, wherein
Abraham prayed only Jehovah. Right from the time of Abraham to whom the all
prophets and holy persons and all believers had been praying? To know the answer
for this question observe the following references from Bible.

Then Jonah prayed unto the Lord his God out of the fish's belly. -Johah 2:1

And he went out from Pharaoh and intreated the Lord. -Exodus 10:18

Thus we can find the people of old Testament to have prayed only Jehovah.
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Sunday, 8 May 2016

The unity of Jehovah and Jesus: whether in their physique or opinions?

And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them:
that they (the disciples) may be one even as we (Jehovah-
Jesus) are one -John 17:22

    If we pay heed on the above statement of Jesus it becomes perceivable that
what is the reality of the unity, between Jehovah and Jesus. In the above verse
some important points come into light, the first point of them is that Jesus makes
clear “they (disciples) may be one even as we (Jehovah- Jesus) are one”. This
shows the view of Jesus that how should be the unity among his disciples. Jesus
wishes that the disciples should maintain as firm unity as how he had with Jehovah.
And the second point is that the expected unity of disciples whether in their physique
or opinions. To know this pay attention again on the above statement. Jesus
says clearly that 'As we are one', the meaning of which in a nutshell is that the
aspiration of Jesus was that the unity what he had with Jehovah was the same
unity he had expected with in his disciples too. Now the question come whether
Jesus had the unity with Johavah in the physique or in opinions. It is known fact
that they were two distinct persons just as the disciples were distinctly different
from each other. But Jehovah and Jesus were same in the openions. So also he
expected the same unity among the disciples in their openions, just as he had with

According to the Bible how many Gods are there?

According to the advanced scientific knowledge the man is capable to discover
many truths of the hidden secrets. Thereby a lot of difficult problems are
salved so easily. To be frank, clarity is necessary in every point whithout which
one cannot go ahead on any work. And without certainty in one’s own work there
remains only the confusion. If one perform any task or duty with this confusion
one can not become succesful in acquiring them to one’s own expectations. The
prevelent religious sector is a good example for this. On one hand worship and
meditations are flourishing day by day. And the spiritual meetings and descussions
and sermous are growing abundantly. Yet the peace and moral values are not
found to the expectant end. In the religious field the basic and chief person is God.
One should realize him in the perspective why as according to the exhortations of
scriptures. With a marginal exception of people, every one has failed in this premier
principle of religious status. When asked about God, we get different
ambignous answers from the people of the same comnunity.

For example we can find a wide divergence in the beliefs of present day
christian community. If we ask them as, ‘who is your God?’ Some answer to this
question as Jehovah is our God and some say Jesus is our God and while some
reply as the triune God and so on. Does the Holy Bible provide this kind of wide
divergence and irrelevance in the belief of God? The answer of Bible is unequivovally
‘no’. As a matter of fact the Holy Bible is a law and provides only such things as
are basing on the logical reasoning which cannot be rebutted. On the reason of so
many translations from the ancient languages some mistakes might have happenend
in the Bible. However the basic points still prevail intact in its real form. If one pay
heed in between the lines of Bible with logic without prejudiced mind, one can
notice conspicuously the real concept of God.

Are there many Gods?

If we ask any Christian as how many Gods are there? Generally he answers-
‘There is only one God’. But if we pay attention carefully in the study of Bible we
can find there are many gods. Observe the following verses.

And the Lord said unto Moses, see I have made thee a God
to Pharaoh... -Exodus 7:1

And he shall be they spokesman unto the people: and he
shall be even he shall be to thee instead of a mouth and
thou shalt be to him instead of God. -Exodus 4:16

According to the above verses one can notice that Jehovah himself appointed
Moses as god.

God standeth in the congregation of the mighty; he judgeth
among the Gods -Psalms 82:1

I have said, ye are gods; and all of you are children of the
most high -Psalms 82:6

In the above verses Jehovah himself reveals the existance of somany gods.
Jesus answered them is it not written in your law I said ye
are Gods? If he called them gods unto whom the word of
God came and the scripture cannot be broken. -John 10:34-35

From the above statement of Jesus it can be well ascertained that all the holy
prophets, who had been given the commandment of God are called as gods. For
example we can observe in the old Testament that there are many prophets who
had been given the commandment by Jehovah.

Is devil also a God?

In whom the God of this world hath blinded the minds of
them which believe not... -II Corinthians 4:4

According to this verse the Devil also can be regarded as god. Therefore the Holy Bible introduces many gods besides Jehovah.

Who is the real God?

The Lord God of Gods, the Lord God of Gods -Joshua 22:22

From the above verse it is obvious that eventhough there are many gods, but
the true and transcendental God is only one Jehovah and remaining all are only the
so called Gods.

Who is the true God?

But the Lord is the true God, he is the living God and an
everlasting king. -Jermiah 10:10

Only Jehovah is God!
know ye that the Lord he is God; it is he that hath made us.
-Psalms 100:3

The mighty God!

...for the Lord thy God is among you a mighty God and
terrible -deuteronomy 7:21

Therefore except the Almighty Jehovah rest are only the so-called gods but
the mighty, great and true God is only Jehovah.

To which God should we give thanks?

O give thanks unto the God of gods for his mercy endureth
forever -Psalm 136:2

According to the above verse we understand that only one Jehovah is worthy
of praise and the order is enjoined upon the so-called gods that they should give
thanks to Jehovah, who is the God of gods.

Saturday, 7 May 2016

Did Jesus become equal with God after his ascension?

According to the doctrine of Paul Jesus was equal to Jehovah before his
comming in to this world. Let us for a while believe that Jesus had descended with
the empty hands leaving all his divine powers therein and made himself of no
reputetion. If this be the case, after his ascention he shold have become equal to
Jehovah! Because Jesus who was as equal as Jehovah in the heaven before his
descent in this world in the human form in order to live among the human beings
for a period of time, but after his ascension he shold have become equal to Jehovah.
Here the question comes that whether he really became equal with God after
his ascension. To know this let us pay attention on the following passage.

Then came to him the mother of Zebedee's children with
her sons, worshipping him and desiring a certain thing of
him. And he said unto her. What wilt thou? She saith unto
him, grant that these my two sons may sit, the one on thy
right hand and the other on the left in thy kingdom.
-Matthew 20:20-21

      In the above situation , the mother of immidiate disciples of Jesus, submitted her
request to Jesus. What was her request? That to allow her both sons to sit one on
his right side and the other on the left side of Jesus in his kingdom. Let us see what
Jesus replies to her in this regard.

But Jesus answered and said, ye know not what ye ask. Are
ye able to drink of the cup that I shall drink of and to be
baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with? They
say unto him, we are able -Matthew 20:22

      In the above verse Jesus says that her request is not an ordinary or easy to be
granted. Jesus questioned her "whether they could drink of cup" This is to mean
as saying that "Are you ready to sacrifise every thing your self in the way of God?"
it means even if one wants to sit at the side of Jesus one should be able to sacrifise
one's life whole heartedly in the way of God. Further the disciples assured Jesus
that they were ready to undertake the great task. Having heard them saying thus,
Jesus answers as follows.

And he saith unto them ye shall drink in deed of my cup,
and be baptized with the baptism, that I am baptized with,;
but to sit on my right hand and on my left, is not mine to
give, but it shall be given to them for whom it is prepared
of my father -Matthew 20 23

      In the former verse disciples assured Jesus that they were able and ready to
accomplish the condition of Jesus. However, what Jesus says in the above is that
it shall be given only them for whom it was prepared by his father. As a matter of
fact this helplessness of Jesus was reasonable if it were the case relating to the
present world as he gave up his all divine powers in the heaven and came down
with the empty hands and made himself of no reputation. But here the noticeable
point is that her request was not relating to this world but she asked Jesus to
accomplish her request in his kingdom of heaven where he should have aquired all
his divine powers which he left before his comming into this world if he were really
as powerful as Jehovah himself. As according to Paul if Jesus were really equal to
Jehovah he could not have expressed his helplessness in granting them the permission
to sit by his either side.

      Therefore according to the analysis made so far it became crystal clear that
Jesus would not become equal to Jehovah in the heaven after his ascension. If he
were equal to Jehovah he should have possessed the right of taking every descision
by his own self just as Jehovah does. But he himself makes clear that he has no
any self authority to make the self descisions in the heaven. So from these points
we can to understand that just as he lived in this world without any reputation so
also he will be in the kingdom of heaven with no reputation.

      Now let us agree for a while that Jesus is equal to Jehovah in the heaven who
came in to this world with no repatation and also lived in the heaven with no
reputation after his ascension. Yet there remains one point which helps to estimate
his iniquating with God even before his coming in to this world. To know this in
clear terms let us obsere the following verse.

Behold, my servent whom I uphold -Isahiah 42:1

      Jehovah himself speaks the above words through prophet Isaiah. To whom
He reffered as His servent? All christian scholars unanimously agree that this is
said about Jesus. When was it proclamed? Hundreds of years ago before Jesus'
coming in to this world. Where was he then? He was in the heaven.

     According to the statement of Paul if truly Jesus were equal to Jehovah then
could ever He (Jehovah) proclaimed that His co-equal associate as 'His servent?'.
It is against to the proprieties of ethical values. Let us see in the other way. Jehovah
declared about Jesus as 'His servent' by virtue of being their close relation as
co-equals with each other. If it were true then Jesus also should have possessed
the same right to call Jehovah as 'his servent...!' But was it happend any where?
No. Therfore according to the analysis sofar made in the different ways we come
to conclude that Jesus never made any doctrine about himself as co-equal with
God, as propounded by Paul. Therefore those who follow the true way of the
Bible as propounded by Jesus, the kindom of heaven will be reserved for them
only. The Almighty God may bestow the blessing and wisdom to lead our life in
accordance with the teachings of Jesus. Ameen.

Friday, 6 May 2016

3. He made himself of no reputation...!

         Human as he was, Jesus was born as a comman human being. So he was not beyond the human weeknesses and needs just as a common man... such as eating, feeling of thirst, exhaustion, sleeping and succumbed to the daily needs. And he prayed God Jehovah, who is in the heaven, to save him from the ignominious death on cross and he used to work miracles or wonders only after praying God and he ordered his disciples that they should always pray the heavenly Father (Jehovah). Further he makes clear that only the Creator God shall reward them (Matthew 6:6). Therefore according to these all attitudes and actions it can be well proved that he was no more than a common human being. And he never proclaimed about him any where in all of his teachings that he was a God, then how is it possible to believe his person in the capacity of God? Contrary to this our Christian sholars generally show the following verse in vain to prove his divinity.

Who being in the form of God thought it not robberry to be equal with God; But made himself of no reputation and took upon him the form of a servent and was made in the likeness of men -Philippians 2:6-7

          According to the above verse our Christian scholars try to explain the point that though really Jesus was (is) the Almighty God, he gave up his all divine powers in the heaven and he came in this world with empty hands and made himself of no reputation. Those that do not have the proper understanding of the Bible and who do not think in logical way they misunderstand the above verse. But those who are having the minimum knowledge of the Bible they may ask the following questions, for which those that believe Jesus as God should give the answers.

 1. Whose narration is this?

 1. Did Jesus himself say anywhere in all his teachings that he gave up his all divine powers in the heaven and came in to this world with empty hands?

Answer : No, we cannot find such statements as to have been preached by Jesus in his ministry.


2. Did Jehovah reveal about Jesus like that?

Ans: No, Jehovah did not say anywhere from the Book of Genesis to Malachi. The doctrine of Jesus’ incarnation has been invented by Paul. What right that paul had to intervene in the teachings of Jesus? Jesus has shown the correct way as how one can attain the salvation? In this regard the question comes whether paul or any others have any chance to preach beyond the limits of the teahings of Jesus. What is the answer of your self conscience to this question? Our self conscience answers for this question that we should obey strictly to the teachings of Jesus and should not preach in contarary way, and neither a word be added nor be removed. If we dare to do so it can be termed as a great sin. Now let us observe the first point whether Jesus is equal to Jehovah in reality? In this regard let us directly ask to Jesus himself instead of asking to others.

...for my Father is greater than I -John 14:28

       After the above crystal clear proclamation of Jesus if anybody try to keep Jesus on par with Jehovah, can there be any greater transgression? Therefore if one proclaims "I do not believe Jesus as the Christ or Messiah" then it can be regarded as the direct rejection of Jesus or if any proclaim "I believe Jesus as God" then also it can be termed as the indirect rejection of Jesus. If the rejection be in direct perspective or indirect, under these two attitudes it is no more than complete rejection of Jesus. In such case is there any chance to get the salvation to those that reject Jesus either by direct means or indirect?

      On the other hand let us see whether Jehovah has revealed anywhere that there is one person who is equal to him. But we can not find any where such statements in the revelations of Jehovah. Contrary to this we can find the clear statement of Jehovah as follows.

I am God there is none like me -Isaiah 46:9

      Inspite of clear exhortation of Jehovah as above; if anybody is having the opinion that Jesus is equal to Jehovah, it is a sheer contradiction to the revelation of God. Those who are having the contrary beliefs to the teachings of Jesus and God, should decide themselves whether they go to the eternal life or hell. If we ask ourselves whether it is so serious a matter that effects our eternal life, we can ascertain its proper answer from the following Jesus’ saying.

He that rejecth me and receiveth not my words hath one that judgeth him. The word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day -John 12:48

      As a matter of fact sucess on the day of judgment is the real success of every believer. Because on the final judgment, God will decide the destiny of every one. And according to the above verse whose word shall be taken in to the consideration ? means basing on whose word God will give the final judgment to the believers? To this question Jesus makes clear in the above 'The word that he has spoken, the same shall judge on a self in the last day'. Therefore according to this 3 4 warning of Jesus every believer should always examine carefully whether his beliefe is in accordance with the word of Jesus or should follow others. According to Jesus God is greater than him. But some Christian brothers argue that Jesus and Jehovah both are equal...? But our firm belief is that if one wants to attain the kingdom of God they should believe and act according to the word of Jesus. Contrary to this whosoever speaks against the word of Jesus and that who follow in accordance with their fictitious way definitely go to the eternal hell, and it is certain, if you find us having contrary belict to that of Jesus’ teachings you are requested to recorrect us. If you ask us why you believe only the word of Jesus as true? then Jesus answers to this questin on behalf of us in the following Biblical verse.

       For I have not spoken of my self; but the father which sent For I have not spoken of my self; but the father which sent me, he gave me a commandment wht I should say and what me, he gave me a commandment wht I should say and what I should speak - -John 12:49

      As according to the above exhortation of Jesus one can notice conspicuously that there is no any deceit or selfishness in the nature of Jesus. This is why the prophecy says about him "neither was any deceit in his mouth" (Isaiah 53:9).

    Therefore can anybody believe confirmly that Paul also having the equal sacredness and reputation just as Jesus? No, because Jesus never preached anywhere of his own words in his whole ministry except that of what he had been enjoined upon him. Thus he has fulfilled his duty whole heartedly. So those who want to become true christians they should mend their beliefs as propounded by Jesus. In the above verse Jesus makes clear that he has spoken only according to the commandment of Father. And Jehovah declares himself clearly that there is in one like himself (Isaiah 46:9). In accordance to this revelation of God, Jesus proclaimes openly regarding the suprimacy of God that his Father is greater than him (John 14:25). And again Jesus exhorts in clear terms that his Father is greater than all (John 10:29). Thus we can find that all teahcings of Jesus are corroborating in comparision with the words of Jehovah. Therefore one should believe and obey only the teachings of Jesus. And if anybody however great person one may be, preaches contrary to the teachings of Jesus we should reject him.

     As according to the discussion made so far it is made known that in the view of Paul, both Jesus and Jehovah are equal. But the former one says that there is none like him and the later one confirmining the Jehovah's word says that his Father is greater than him. So those who want to attain the everlasting life without coming into the judgement they should believe and obey to the clear exhortations of Jesus as Jehovah is greater than all. Why should we believe so? The answer is given by Jesus in the following.

     He that rejecteth me, and recieveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him: the dord that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day. shall judge him in the last day. -John 14:48

    At the time of judgement basing on whose word God will give the final judgement? Jesus gave the answer in the above that basing on the words, which he spoke the judgement will be given to his followers by God in the last day. This is to mean as saying that the final judgement will not be given basing on the doctrins of Paul or of any others. Therefore those who want to attian the salvation through Jesus their beliefs and acts should be in accordance with the word of Jesus. As a result he will be given the favourable judgement by God. But, on contrary to this those who follow in accordance with the others, fictitous ways undoubtedly they will become liable for the eternal chastisements of God. However let us examine the statement of Paul in an another way

Thursday, 5 May 2016

How long does Jehovah be praised?

One of the points which are used contrary to the God's word in the present
day Gospel preaching is that the time of Jehovah and the time of son and the time
of Holy Ghost. But this classificatin is not found any where in the Bible. This
means it is nothing but the speculation. Some preachers say that Jehovah was
praised in His period of time, in the time of Jesus he was praised. Then according
to their preaching they should praise only the Holy Ghost, as the time of Jesus is
over. Now let us see that how many years are there in the period of Jehovah.

Behold, God is great and we know him not, neither can the
number of his years be searched out. -Job 36:26

In the above passage it is mentioned about the span of time of the Creator
Jehovah. What is that time? Past or future or the present? Observe the answer from the above passage ‘we know him not, neither can the number of His years
be searched out’. This is to mean that His being is beyond limitations of time and
space means His time is incalculable. Therefore how far it is correct to calculate
the time of the Creator? Ponder over this. That is why the above verse is started
saying as 'Behold'. In this regard, the Bible discloses that how long does He be
praised in the following vese.

But we will bless the Lord from this time forth and for
evermore. Praise the Lord. -Psalms 115:18

            The above verse discloses the duration of time of Jehovah's praise. How long
is it? IT IS EVER MORE (forever). Therefore according to the above verse we
understand that only one Jehovah is being praised without the limitations of time.
The invariable proclamation of Bible?

           The Holy Bible has the thousands of years historical evidence and it bears,
somany evidences to prove that this Book is a truthful one. One of the evidences
of them is that - According to the so far analysis it is made clear that only one
Jehovah is the worthy of praise forever. In case of any false information is found in
the Bible then the above proclamation should have been in another way. And it
can be seen in the following verses that only one Jehovah is being praised in the
New Testament also.

To whom Jesus praises?

At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father,
Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these
things from the wise and prudent and hast revealed them
unto babes. -Matthew 11:25

And Jesus lifted up his eyes, and said, Father, I thank thee
that thou hast heard me. -John 11:41

         The fact which has been explained by Jesus is- the God who had been praised
in the old Teatament, the same has been praised in the New Testament as well to
say in another way, in the trinue of Jesus as is the speculation of church. And a
great person like Jesus himself praises Jehovah. In case if Jesus is the incarnation
of Jehovah then why did he pray to another one?

To whom the early apostles had praised?

         The apostles had taken the responsibility of the great task of Gospel preaching
after Jesus. The question is that to whom they praised? Whether to Jesus or
Jehovah. In actual fact we can not find a small instance in throughout Bible as the
apostles of Jesus or Paul had praised Jesus in the sence of God.
Importantly to whom Paul had praised? To know the answer for this question
observe the following verse.

Cease no to give thanks for you making mention of you in
my prayer that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ...
-Ephesians 1:16

        According to the above verse we understand clearly that the early apostles
and Paul also had praised only God Jehovah. And let us see what is the belief of
John, who is one of the chief disciples of Jesus, with reference to this matter.

And the four and twenty elders, which sat before God on
their seats, fell upon their faces, and worshipped God. Saying
we give thee thanks O Lord God Alinghty which art
and wast and art to come; because thou hast taken to thee
thy great power, and hast reigned -Revelation 11:16-17

        According to the above verse we understand clearly that only one Jehovah
was praised in the time of Jesus and before the time of Jesus and after Jesus. This
means only one Jehovah is worthy of praise in the past, present and future times.
If this be the truth, the preaching that the Father was praised in His time and the son was praised in his time and the Holy Ghost is being praised in his time, canbe
termed as the complete trangression of the God's word. Even though one can not
find in the whole Bible from the Book of Genesis to Revelation that the people
praised Jesus or the Holy Ghost, is it not the transgression from the righteous way
that one praise to them in capacity of God? Think over this yourselves.
Note: In the above vision of John the another aspect on which an important
stress saying that Lord Jehovah is to be praised after the general ressurrcetion
when the all people will have been awarded the places according to judgement.
Those who can not understnd to day that Jesus and the Holy spirit are not
worthy of praise in the status of God they shall have understood this point on that
day. Because the all secrets, which are hidden in this world, will be revealed in
that world and there is no chance to any thing to remeain in secreat. So what is
the fact that will be revealed in such situation? Will it be revealed that Jesus or
Holy Spirit are worthy of praise? Not at all. According to the above verse it will
be revealed that only one Jehovah is the worthy of all praises in all the times
forever and ever.

          John has proclaimed this fact before hand which he had seen in the vesion. Let
God may reveal the facts which all have been revealed hear after in advance in the
presect life. Just as the all living creatures and Jesus and his disciples praised to
only one Jehovah so also hence we praise to him only. God may give all of us such
true knowledge. Ameen.

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

The 'righteousness' saves - then does it God?

One of the arguments is that Jesus possessed the special features which Jehovah
possessed. Therefore Jesus is as equal as Jehovah. In this way to prove the
divinity of Jesus some argue that Jehovah is the saviour so also Jesus is the saviour
therefore they both are equal. According to their explanation the charecterestic
feature of 'righteousness', can be termed as God. As according to the following

Treasures of wickedness profit nothing; but righteousness
delivereth from death. -Proverbs 10:2

        On careful perusal of the above verse it becomes clear that the righteousness
delivereth means saves man from the death. This means the righteousness also
can be termed as the saviour just as Jehovah and Jesus are the saviours likewise
the righteousness is also the saviour. Keeping in view of the word saviour, if we
regard Jehovah and Jesus become as co-equals, the righteousness also becomes
equal to Jehovah. Therefore why does not one worship the righteousness in the
capacity of God while one worship Jesus as God? So when one does not accept
righteousness as God how can Jesus become as God? Suppose, Jesus becomes
God by mere virtue of his being saviour then the righteousness also becomes
God. In such case there can be formed the another trinity. Therefore one should
not take some parts from the sentences of the Bible but on the whole context the
meaning of the verse should be taken. God may bestow such true belief make us
to and lead our life as propounded by the Bible and give us the true knowledge to
recognise Jehovah as God and Jesus as the Christ. Ameen.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

4. Is Jesus a perfect God?

In these days there are somany irrelevant beliefs have been entered into the
christian community. One of them is that Jesus is the perfet man and at the same
time he is the perfect God himself. The reason in regarding them as the irrelevant
belief is that. In these days the church is professing such beliefs as are not mentioned
in the Bible and which were not professed by Jesus nor by his disciples.
Therefore is there any wrong to declare such fictitious beliefs as the irrelevant
beliefs? The question is why the chrstian scholars declare Jesus as perfect God as
Jehovah is. If it is agreed as correct on this simple formula observe the following

Be ye (disciples) therefore perfect, even as your father Be ye (disciples) therefore perfect, even as your father
which is in heaven is perfect. -Matthew 5:48

       According to Jesus we understand that the disciples are also perfect even as
the Father who is in the heaven. This means can the disciples become equal gods
to Jehovah merely because it is said of them as perfect? Not at all. If the logic is
accepted then how does Jesus become perfect God?

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