SINO ANG SALITA NA NAGING TAO?

SINO ANG SALITA NA NAGING TAO?

GENESIS 1:3 “MAGKAROON NG LIWANAG”
2 CORINTHIAN 4:6 “MAGKAROON NG LIWANAG”

JOHN 1:1 SA PASIMULA PA’Y KASAMA NA NG DIYOS ANG ANG “SALITA AY DIYOS”.
JOHN 1:14 “NAGING TAO ANG SALITA”.

YAN AY ISANG PANGAKO NG DIYOS NA SIYA AY MAGIGING TAO. HINDI YAN ARAW AT BUWAN DAHIL SA GENESIS 1:16 DOON GINAWA ANG BUWAN, ARAW AT MGA BITUIN.

ANG “SALITANG NAGING TAO” AY ANG “MAGKAROON NG LIWANAG”.

NGAYON ALAM NA NINYO KUNG ANO ANG SINASABING “SALITA NA NAGING TAO”. SIYA RIN ANG NAG-IISANG DIYOS NG LUMANG TIPANG NAGING TAO.

YAN AY ISANG PANGAKO KAYA YUONG KAWIKAAN 8:22-31. MAPAPANSIN NINYO SA TALATANG 31 (DIYOS DIN ANG NAGDIWANG NG DAIGDIG AY MATAPOS)

KAWIKAAN 8:22-31 ANG AKALA NG IBA AY IBA SI JESUS…….SEE 31 KUNG SINO ANG NASIYAHAN NG DAIGDIG AY MATAPOS.

GENESIS 1:3 NASIYAHAN ANG DIYOS.
GENESIS 1:10 NASIYAHAN ANG DIYOS
GENESIS 1:12 NASIYAHAN ANG DIYOS
GENESIS 1:18 NASIYAHAN ANG DIYOS
GENESIS 1:25 NASIYAHAN ANG DIYOS
GENESIS 1:31 NASIYAHAN ANG DIYOS

IISA ANG NASIYAHAN NG DAIGDIG AY MATAPOS KAWIKAAN 8:31 AKO AY NAGDIWANG NG DAIGDIG AY MATAPOS DAHIL SA SANGKATAUHAN LIGAYA KO AY NALUBOS.

TANDAAN NINYO UULITIN ANG TIPAN KAYA BALE DALAWANG 40 (40 X 2) = 80 DAYS UMAKYAT SI MOISES SA BUNDOK NG SINAI. UNANG AKYAT EXODUS 24:15-18 (HINDI UMILAW ANG KANYANG MUKHA) SUMAMBA SA BAKA MGA TAO. ANG IKALAWANG AKYAT AY NASA EXODUS 34:28 (NA BUMABA SIYANG UMIILAW O NAGNININGNING ANG KANYANG MUKHA)

NASUSULAT: 2 CORINTHIAN 3:15 “NAKATALUKBONG ANG LAHAT NG BUMABASANG KASULATAN) DAHIL SI MOISES AY NAGTALUKBONG UPANG HUWAG MAKITA NG MGA ISRAELITA ANG PAGLIPAS NG KANINGNINGAN NG MUKHA NIYA (2 CORINTHIAN 2:12) MAALIS LAMANG ANG TALUKBONG SA 2 CORINTHIAN 3:16 NGUNIT PAGHARAP NG TAO SA PANGINOON, NAALIS ANG TALUKBONG.

KAYA ANG MGA ALIPIN NG TORAH AY MAY MGA TALUKBONG PA SA MUKHA.

KAYA IPINANGAKO KAY MOISES NA UULITIN ANG TIPAN UNANG 40 HINDI NAGTAGUMPAY PANGALAWANG 40 YAN ANG PANGAKO KAYA PARA SA NAGTATANONG BAKIT MAY DRAMA PA NA BAKIT KAILANGANG PANG MAY MAMATAY. WALA TAYONG MAGAGAWA YAN ANG PLANO NG DIYOS. NA MAHIHIRAPANG PANIWALAAN NG LAHAT ISAIAH 53:1.

CLICK HERE: ANG MAGKAROON NG LIWANAG AT PANGAKONG IKA-7 ARAW NG DIYOS

AMEN!

6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by sam on April 19, 2011 at 4:52 am

    Si Jesus ay unang nilikha ng Diyos malinaw naman sa Proverbs 8:22 so tama ang Colossians 1:15 Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature. —Si Jesus any panganay sa lahat ng NILALANG ng Diyos.

    Proverbs 8:22 The LORD possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old.

    23I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was.

    24When there were no depths, I was brought forth; when there were no fountains abounding with water.

    25Before the mountains were settled, before the hills was I brought forth:

    26While as yet he had not made the earth, nor the fields, nor the highest part of the dust of the world.

    27When he prepared the heavens, I was there: when he set a compass upon the face of the depth:

    28When he established the clouds above: when he strengthened the fountains of the deep:

    29When he gave to the sea his decree, that the waters should not pass his commandment: when he appointed the foundations of the earth:

    30Then I was by him, as one brought up with him: and I was daily his delight, rejoicing always before him;

    31Rejoicing in the habitable part of his earth; and my delights were with the sons of men.

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  2. IBIG MONG SABIHIN WALANG “LIWANAG O KANINGNINGAN ANG AMA”?

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  3. AYON SA HULA SA LUMANG TIPAN ISAIAH 9:6, ISAIAH 7:14 NA NATUPAD ANG HULA SA MATEO 1:22-23 ANG MAGIGING TAO AY “EVERLASTING FATHER”, “MIGHTY GOD”, “EMMANUEL”.

    1. ILAN BA ANG “EVERLSTING FATHER”?
    2. MALAKI ANG PAGKAKA-IBA NG SALITANG “TATAWAGIN” SA “PAPANGALANAN”.

    KAYA HINDI “EMMANUEL” (GOD IS WITH US!) ANG NAGING PANGALAN NIYA KASI NAKASULAT ANG KANYANG PANGALAN AY TATAWAGING(ALIAS) 2 HEBREW WORDS EMMANU=WITH US AT EL=GOD.

    KAYA NOONG MGA PANAHON NA YON KAPILING MGA TAO ANG DIYOS SA KATAWANG TAO NIYA BILANG ISANG KORDERO(LAMB OF GOD) NA IAALAY SA ARAW NG PASKUWA.

    http://armandecastro.wordpress.com/2010/08/12/ang-pagsilang-ng-makapangyarihang-diyos-at-walang-hanggang-ama-2/

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  4. […] 1 Nang pasimula ay nilikha ng Diyos (AMA) ang langit at ang lupa; 2 ang lupa ay walang hugis o anyo. Dilim ang bumabalot sa kalaliman at kumikilos ang Espiritu ng Diyos (HOLY SPIRIT) sa ibabaw ng tubig. 3 Sinabi ng Diyos: “Magkaroon ng liwanag!” (JESUS) At nagkaroon nga. 4 Nasiyahan ang Diyos nang ito’y mamasdan. Pinagbukod niya ang liwanag at ang dilim. 5 Ang liwanag ay tinawag niyang Araw, at ang dilim naman ay tinawag na Gabi. Lumipas ang gabi, at sumapit ang umaga—iyon ang unang araw. ANOTHER LINK: SINO ANG SALITANG NAGING TAO? […]

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  5. Posted by Codex on August 16, 2011 at 1:21 am

    AMONG THE FOUR Gospels, that of John is the most explicit in teaching about the deity of Christ. Its very first statement (John 1:1) provides the key to the correct understanding of the Lord’s true state of being: that He is God (“and the Word was God”), and that He pre-existed with God the Father (“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God”). Verse 14 reveals another truth about Him: that God took on a human being like you and me (“And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us”). Why is it that your religion does not teach these three basic doctrines (divinity, pre-existence, and incarnation) about Christ?

    Ephraim Rifkin

    Denver, Colorado

    Editor’s reply:

    We appreciate your noble intention to get our side regarding the issues you raised in your letter.

    What is spoken in John 1:1, 14 as being with God in the beginning is the “Word”. Hence, in order to understand the real message of John 1:1, 14, we should first clarify the meaning of the term “Word”. Does it really refer to a ‘pre-existent Christ’ as others allege? No. The Holy Scriptures prove instead that the “Word” refers to God’s “promise” to send His Son, which He “announced” before:

    “Which He promised beforehand through His prophets in the holy Scriptures, concerning His Son, who was born of a descendant of David according to the flesh” (Rom. 1:2-3, New American Standard Bible, emphasis ours)

    “Which He announced before through His prophets in holy writings─concerning His Son, (who is come of the seed of David according to the flesh” (Rom. 1:2-3, Young’s Literal Translation, emphasis ours)

    Moreover, Ryrie Study Bible explains that logos, the Greek equivalent of the term “Word” in John 1:1, 14, means a “thought or concept” (p. 1599).

    These terms─promise, announcement, thought, concept─refer to things that are abstract, not yet concrete, or not yet “made flesh”. This is similar to a blueprint for a house, which is only a plan and not yet a constructed material house. Clearly, then, the term “Word” in John 1:1, 14 is not Christ Himself but the “foreknowledge” or plan of God concerning Christ:

    “Foreknown, indeed, before the foundation of the world, he has been manifested in the last times for your sakes.” (I Pet. 1:20, Confraternity Version, emphasis ours)

    This pronouncement of Apostle Peter that Christ was “foreknown before the foundation of the world” explains the statement in the Gospel according to John, “In the beginning was the Word”. Hence, what was there in the beginning was not Christ Himself but God’s “Word” or foreknowledge of Him. “Foreknowledge” is defined by the dictionary as “knowledge of a thing before it happens or exists” (Webster’s New Universal Unabridged Dictionary, p. 717). If Christ had already been existing before the foundation of the world, then there would not be any need to “foreknow” Him. Therefore, the fact that Christ was foreknown before the foundation of the world disproves His so-called pre-existence.

    What does the clause “And the Word became flesh” mean then? The “Word” which was only a thought or plan in the beginning was fulfilled when Mary gave birth to Jesus (Gal. 4:4) who is “truly human” (Contemporary English Version) or “indeed flesh” (Gen. 6:3). We should not forget that it was the “Word” which became flesh and not God Himself. John 1:1, 14 therefore does not in any way teach that God became man or that Christ is God incarnate.

    So why them did Apostle John state in John 1:1 that “the Word was God”? It is because God is Almighty or powerful (Gen. 35:11), and so are His words (Luke 1:37). Thus, “the Word was God” indeed, but not in the sense that the “Word” is another divine being aside from God, but that it possesses the qualities and attributes of God. In John 1:1 the word “God” in the clause “the Word was God” is used not as a noun but as an adjective. That is why in other renditions of the Bible, such as Moffatt and Goodspeed, John 1:1 states: “The Word was divine.”

    God’s Message: Mailbox Section–February 2008| Volume 60| Number 02| ISSN 0116-1636| p. 04

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