YHWH the “Almighty-one” defined
YHWH[i] (Yahweh) the Almighty-one, the Creator, the Father, revealed in the Hebrew Bible. He alone has existed from all eternity past, as all that He has Created also exists. His existence has no beginning or ending. He has no equal either in the Heavens, in the endless Universe or on the habitable Planets, (Isaiah 42:5). He does not share Creation with any other neither does He inform any other of His intent, (Isaiah 42:8). He alone possesses omnipotence. The Eternal Yahweh is the One and only Mighty-one, (Deut. 6:4). There is no other Power but He alone, (Isaiah 44:6). Yahweh our Almighty Sovereign Creator Life-force Essence[ii] exists eternally throughout all that is. It is He who possesses all wisdom and is light. It is to Him only we must address ourselves to be consoled in our sorrows, and in our joys, helped by our own works, and who only is to be worshiped and who only deserves our praise.
Whosoever will have recourse and petition Him will not be denied. The secrets of nature are possessed by the Almighty, for the Universe exists in the depth of His Divine expression, by His will and with His desire. When we address ourselves to Him in prayer, we must become as children speaking to a Father. For we know not the past, not the present, not the future; but that the Almighty is the Master of all time.
He is a Monocracy with nothing higher or above Him. He is Father and Creator of everything the invisible One who is above everything, who dwells in pure light, whom no eye can see. He is the invisible Life-force Essence that permeates all of His Creation. It is not right to think of Him as you would think of anything physical or an element, or something similar. . . . yet everything exists in Him and for Him. . . . He is not limitable since there was nothing prior to Him to limit Him. . . . He is immeasurable, since there was no one prior to Him to measure Him. . . . He is eternal. . . . He has always existed eternally. . . . there is no way to tell His quantity. . . . because He is not contained in time. . . . He is a Life-force Essence, because only through Him can any life exist. He is a blessed-giving blessed One. He is a wisdom-giving wisdom One. He is a salvation-giving Life Giver. He is motionless, and He resides in calm and silence, but at all times is everywhere. . . . He directs His desires into His flow of Light. He is the Source of this flow of Light. He utilizes His Creation and His appointed beings to communicate with His Creation. . . . He is the Original Originator of Life.
Christianity has left Biblical monotheism over 1,800 years ago. It has almost forgotten Yahweh-the-Father, though He and the path to Him were the primary purpose of Yahshua’s (aka Jesus’) preaching in the Greek New Testament (NT). Therefore, the ontological,[iii] epistemological,[iv] and methodological[v] views of Christianity have become a baseless religious system of belief. Christianity has developed an anthropomorphic[vi] concept of God-the-Father, which is typical of paganism. It is illustrated in the icon of the Trinity concept, where God-the-Father is depicted as some old man sitting on some cloud. And to the right of Him — there sits Jesus. This pagan notion is even accepted in the Orthodox Christian Creeds: the Apostles Creed; the Nicene Creed; and the Athanasian Creed. They all say: “I believe... (in) the Lord Jesus Christ. . . . sitting to the right of the Father. . . . .” But the truth is, the Father (Yahweh) is not an old man suspended some place in the heavens. He is the Primordial[vii] Consciousness, immeasurable in vastness, filling the whole Universal Space as His abode, but who is not anthropomorphic at all. Yes, He is really infinite. How can anyone sit to the right of the Infinite?
[ii] The intrinsic or indispensable properties that serve to characterize or identify something.
[iii] The branch of metaphysics that deals with the notion of being.
[iv] The branch of philosophy that studies the nature of knowledge, its presuppositions and foundations, and its extent and validity.
[v] A body of practices, procedures, and rules used by those who work or engage in an inquiry; the study or theoretical analysis of such working methods.
[vi] Attribution of human motivation, characteristics, or behavior to inanimate objects, animals, or natural phenomena.
[vii] Being or happening first in sequence of time; original, belonging to or characteristic of the earliest stage of development of an organism or a part, (a basic principle).
Portions of the above information came from the book by Dr.Vladimir Anton,
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