The Day The Word Became Flesh

The Day The Word Became Flesh

PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT SUBJECTS TO UNDERSTAND IN ALL SCRIPTURE IS THE INCARNATION. When we speak of the “Word,” naturally we are speaking of Yahweh. Most Judeo-Christians are under the delusion, that in some way, Yahweh the Father had a son similar to the way a natural fleshly father would have a son. This Is Not at All What Happened When the Word Became Flesh.

John 1:14 says:

“And the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us–-full of grace (favour) and truth.”

If you will notice very carefully, the words, “(and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father)” are enclosed in parentheses. Immediately this should sound a warning signal, as the writer is referring to Isaiah 40:5 and quoting it out of context.

Actually, someone only succeeded in causing confusion on the matter by adding these words in parentheses, for Yeashua was not the “only begotten of the Father,” at least, if what Luke 3:38 ways is true, “Adam, which was the Son of Yahweh.”

As a matter of fact, Yeashua is rightly referred to as “the second Adam,” (Romans 5:14). While Yeashua is referred to as a second Adam, and both Adam and Yeashua were sons of Yahweh, with Yeashua it was in a different sense, for Yeashua was actually Yahweh Himself in the flesh and Adam wasn’t. It is important to see this difference between Yeashua and Adam, for Adam was not Yahweh in the flesh. It is very necessary we understand these important basic truths.