Yeshua is not the Father
What does Yeshua say about Hashem? What else do we learn about the father in the Brit Chadasha?
Does it annoy you when Hashem is ignored in praise/worship and teachings as he is replaced by Yeshua in context? This is not just a problem for goyem believers in Yeshua, but unfortunately has spilled over into the thinking of Jewish believers. If you are a Jewish believer, we are here to restore you to your Jewish roots. The same roots that Yeshua, his disciples and the writers of the Brit Chadasha cherished.
Yeshua is not Yud-Hey-Vav-Hey, Hashem. He is the son of Hashem and he is part of the echad of G-d.
Much of the praise and worship music that we have experienced in Messianic congregations comes from Gentile roots that ignore Yud-Hey-Vav-Hey.
I have not heard a sermon recently that talks about the father, especially with the text of the Brit Chadasha.
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This is what the Brit Chadasha says about the father.
As soon as Yeshua had his mikvah, heaven opened, he saw the Ruach of G-d come upon him as a dove and heard a voice from heaven saying, "This is my son,whom I love; I am well pleased with him."
Yochanan 14: 12, 15-16,23-24,28,31
Yeshua said,"My father has been working until now...". The Judeans understood that he was saying that God was his own father and was claiming equality with G-d, which he did not deny. Yeshua told them that he does only what he sees the father doing and what the father does, the son does also. For the father loves the son and shows him everything he does and would even show him greater things. He said that just as the father raises the dead, so too he makes alive anyone he wants. The father does not judge anyone, but leaves all judgement to the son, so that all may honor the son as they honor the father. Whoever doesn't honor the son doesn't honor the father. Yeshua told them that whoever heard what he was saying and trusted the one who sent him had eternal life, and would not come up for judgement.
Yeshua said he was going to the father whom he would ask to give the spirit of truth. He referred to the father as, "my father". Yeshua said that the father is greater than him.
Yeshua speaking of the father.