IMMANUEL plus. IMMANUEL, Isa 7:14; 8:8; Mt 1:23. Isa 7:13 And he proceeded to say: “Listen, please, O house of David. Is it such a little thing for YOU to tire out men,that YOU should also tire out my God? Isa--- 7 14 --Therefore Jehovah himself will give YOU men a sign: Look! The maiden herself will actually become pregnant, and she is giving birth to a son, and she will certainly call his name Im·man′u·el.

Isaiah 8 8 and move on through Judah. He will actually flood and pass over. Up to the neck he will reach. And the outspreading

of his wings must occur to fill the breadth of your land, O Im·man′u·el!”

                                           No One thought Isaiah son was God

God Word is with us. God Word is/was WITH us Jn 3:34

"For He whom God has sent speaks the words of God; for He gives the Spirit without * measure.

Heb 1:2 in these last days has spoken to us in His Son, whom He appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the world.

Rev 19:13  He is clothed with a robe dipped in blood, and His name is called The Word of God.

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Matt 1 1:23 "The virgin will become pregnant and give birth to a son, and they will name him Immanuel," which means: "God (Godlike one) is with us." (John 1:18) 1:18 No man has ever seen God. The only begotten God-like one (G2316) who is closest to the Father (in the bosom of the Father) tells us about him. (Psalm 8:5)  Strongs G2316 θεός theostheh'-os Of uncertain affinity; a deity, especially (with G3588) the supreme Divinity; figuratively a magistrate; by Hebraism very: - X exceeding, God, god [-ly, -ward]. More in IFCS What Is a god-.T/Os GOD or god-JehovahOrYahweh

 -John-1-1-Jesus-Life & Lies-JOHN1onePLUS-FREE-WILL-20 GodTheSon Prov 8-22-

IMMANUEL: Jesus Christ was called Immanuel. (Matthew Matth/1/23)

(Isaiah 8:8 ") This name or title means “God with us.” Because Jesus was called “God with us” some people think that he is God. But having a name that ties you to God does not prove that you are God. Most Hebrew names had profound meanings. It was a common practice among Jews to embody the word “God” or “Jehovah” in names. There are men today who have the name “Immanuel.” Are they considered the incarnation of God? Jesus, the Messiah, was God’s foremost representative among mankind. In that sense the Son of God was “God with us.”

God’s faithful people have always desired God to be with them. They wanted Him on their side, backing them up in all that they did. The Holy Scriptures are filled with reassuring words and signs from God that “God is with us.” (Genesis 28:10-20) (Exodus 3:12) (Joshua 1:5, 9; 5:13-6:2) (Psalms 46:5-7) (Jeremiah 1:19)

Is Jesus Christ God? NO! But using the definitions in this article Jesus could be considered a deity. That is why some call him “a god.” And he is truly “God-like” in his nature. (Philippians 2:5, 6) The Holy Scriptures clearly identify the position of Jesus Christ in heaven. He is second in command. GOD is first! (Hebrews 10:12, 13) (Colossians 3:1) (1 John 2:1)

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Rev 19:10  Then I fell at his feet to worship him. But he *said to me, "Do not do that; I am a fellow servant of yours and your brethren who hold the testimony of Jesus; worship God. For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy."

19:11 - [In Context|Original Greek  And I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse, and He who sat on it is called Faithful and True,

and in righteousness He judges and wages war.

19:12 - [In Context|Original Greek His eyes are a flame of fire, and on His head are many diadems;

and He has a name written on Him which no one knows except Himself.

19:13 He is clothed with a robe dipped in blood, and His name is called The Word of God.

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