by Rav Sha’ul
Did Yahusha “come down from Heaven” as “God in the flesh, or a demi-god” as all pagan “Christs” are believed to have done?
What did Yahusha have to say about this doctrine that he pre-existed and “came down from Heaven on a cloud, and was a demi-god walking around performing miracles as “proof” he was a god?”
Well, he denied it outright! Due to extremely poor teachers, we are not shown these things, so let me show you… below a Pharisee named Nicodemus, a TEACHER of The Torah and leader among the Jews came to Yahusha. No doubt to “trap him” into admitting he was a demi-god or “God in the flesh”.
So Nicomedus proclaims that Yahusha is a “god, come down from heaven in the flesh, miracles prove it, says Nicodemus”…. What was Yahusha’s response… “no. No one can even see The Kingdom unless he is born human, then begotten divine!”
1 There was a man of the Pharisees named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Yahdaim. 2 Nicodemus came to Yahusha by night, and said to Him; Teacher, we know that You are a Teacher Who has come from “God in Heaven”! 3 (now, Yahusha replies with a rebuke! Nicodemus wrongly assumed that signs were proof that he “came from down from heaven”) Yahusha answered, and said to him: Truly, truly, I say to you: Unless a man is reborn from above, he cannot see the Kingdom of Yahuah (so NO, Yahusha did NOT “come from Heaven” after all, because no one can see “Heaven” unless he is born again!)
This is exactly what Scripture declares. Yahusha did not pre-exist, he was predetermined in the “debar” or Predestined Plan written into the stars at creation on day 4. Then fulfilled in the propheteic 4th day (4,000 year) as Daniel prophesied (who was reading The Heavenly Scroll). We see below, that Yahusha is the fulfillment of PROPHECY i.e the Debar (NOT LOGOS)… and was created “according to the flesh”… then begotten Divine “according to the Spirit)!
2 concerning Yahusha, which Yahuah promised beforehand through His prophets in the holy Scriptures (both The Heavenly and Earthly Scrolls, he did not pre-exist), 3 concerning His Son, who was born of a descendant of David (through both parents) according to the flesh (idiom for human being), 4 who was declared (Divine) the Son of Yahuah with power by the resurrection from the dead, according to the Spirit of holiness (Yahuah’s Spiritual Seed), Yahusha the Messiah.
After Yahusha rebuked Nicodemus (who was setting him up, as the Pharisees often did), then Yahusha went on to explain the entire misconception in the Prophets about The Son of Man riding on the clouds of Heaven”.