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Where is the "everlasting Father" in the Bible?

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    Where is the "everlasting Father" in the Bible?

    Lou Newton

    January 12

    Former Steel Mill Crane Designer and Physics Teacher

    Isaiah 9 GNV

    “6 For unto us a child is born, and unto us a Son is given: and the government is upon his shoulder, and he shall call his name, Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The prince of peace. “

    God is speaking in this verse and He calls the child, Jesus, The Everlasting Father. That means Jesus always was the Father, and always will be the Father.

    There is one God and He came down from heaven to be born of a woman to become one of us. As to His manhood, Jesus was fully man. As to His Godhood Jesus was the One and Only God Almighty, our Father from everlasting to everlasting.

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    Wade ..............

    If this interpretation is accurate would you help me understand where Jesus saying the Father is greater than him fits in . John 14:28 Or where 1st Corinthians 11:3 states that Christ is in subjection to God


    Lou Newton

    1st of all this was no interpretation, It is the words from the Holy Scriptures. Words have meaning. God calls the child who will be born, The Everlasting Father. One can believe God or believe their preconceived doctrine. Christ is BOTH God and man. Jesus is the Only begotten Son of God. Begotten means born of a woman. The One and Only God, our Creator came down from heaven and was born of a woman to become a man. As to His Manhood, God was greater than His Manhood. BUT as to His Godhood, Jesus was the One and Only God our Creator, and so our Father. Did not Jesus also say, If you seen me you have seen the Father. Jesus is The Truth and can not lie.

    The Bible tells us that Jesus created everything that exists. It also tells us that Jesus is The First. There can only be One who is first. So how is Jesus not the Father ?