Elohai, Our God!
In this article we re-visited the prophecy point in Isaiah and the fulfillment of it in the Besorah.
Messiah told Phillip that when he looked upon Him, it is equal to seeing the Father. So don’t ask for the Father if you have met the Son. You have seen the Father indeed.
Y’shua is the Door, the only Way to the Father. No one comes to the Father except through Him.
No one comes to the Father except through Me. – Y’shua, John 14| 6
When back in 4 BC to 30 AD, Elohai came in His First Advent and saved the House of Yisrael as promised. The son of man is our Kinsman Redeemer. His own arms were just as prophesied in Isaiah, outstretched on the cross, suffering the punishment by proxy of the sin of man on His flesh.
Before the Second Advent, He will redeem the rest of YisraEl.
How it was prophesied in Isaiah 65,
1“I let myself be sought by those who did not ask;
I let myself be found by those who did not seek me.
I said, ‘Here I am; here I am!’ to a nation that did not call on my name;
2 I spread out my hands all day to a stubborn people,
those who walk after their thoughts in the way that is not good,
3the people who provoke[a] me to anger continually to my face;
“My face” is Yehosha, He is the face of Adonai:
John 14 9 Y’shua said to Philip, “Am I with you so long a time and you have not known me, Philip? The one who has seen me has seen the Father! How can you say, ‘Show us the Father?
’The man that was nailed to the cross held out His outstretched arms to a stubborn nation. You all remember Avraham was willing to sacrifice Yitzhak to Elohiym and he passed the test on Mount Moriah. When the son asked his father where the ram is, Avraham answered, YHVH will provide.
On Calvary, Messiah fulfilled the sacrifice on behalf of Israel in 30 AD.
In reality, Avraham spoke what YHVH said in Isaiah 65| 1, Here I AM, here I AM.