Additional Note On Anointed

Many of the anti-Christ who teaches the Trinity forgets, that Christ is not the
name, and they miss what anointed means. Someone must anoint and there
is only one that can do that.  Also read the account in Hebrews
where Paul calls Jesus apostle and high priest. Apostle is from the Greek
apostolos meaning sent forth. Who sent him forth? Again all is already said
in the Holy Scriptures. So the anti-Christ (1 John
2:22 ) always is unable to
reason clearly on the special position that was granted the son the Christ.
Interesting point.

Hebrews 3:1

Therefore, holy brethren, partakers of a heavenly calling, consider Jesus, the Apostle and High Priest of our confession;

Oqen, adelfoi agioi, klhsewv epouraniou metoxoi, katanohsate (5657) ton apostolon kai arxierea thv omologiav hmwn Ihsoun, 

1 John 2:22

Who is the liar but the one who denies that Jesus is the Christ ? This is the antichrist, the one who denies the Father and the Son.

Tiv estin (5748) o yeusthv ei mh o arnoumenov (5740) oti Ihsouv ouk estin (5748) o Xristov? outov estin (5748) o antixristov, o arnoumenov (5740) ton patera kai ton uion. 


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Online Etymology Dictionary - Cite This Source

O.E. apostol "messenger," but esp. of the 12 witnesses sent forth by Jesus to preach his Gospel, from L.L. apostolus, from Gk. apostolos "messenger, person sent forth," from apostellein "send away, send forth," from apo- "away" (see apo-) + stellein "to send" (cf. epistle). The current form of the word, predominant since 16c., is infl. by O.Fr. apostle (12c.), from the same L.L. source. Fig. sense of "chief advocate of a new principle or system" is from 1810. Apostles, short for "The Acts and Epistles of the Apostles," is attested from c.1400.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2001 Douglas Harper