Thursday, October 11, 2012
God Elohim: God the Father and God the Mother
Most people think God is only one, God the Father. It's the fixed idea. However, we can find out that God is not only one, but two. The original bible was written in Hebrew. In Hebrew, God is testified as God Elohim. The word "Elohim" directly translates to "Gods." The Bible testifies that God exists in ghe female image, God the Mother, as well as the male image, God the Father.
World Mission Society Church of God has received Second Coming ChristAhnsahnghong, God the Father, and the heavenly Jerusalem, God the Mother.
The Bible clearly testifies that there is a God the Mother in addition to a God the Father. We sincerely hope that you can break your fixed, man-made ideas so that you can receive the true Saciors: Christ Ahnsahnhong and Jerusalem Mother.
Then, let us discover why the members of the Church of God accept Christ Ahnsahnghong and Jerusalem Mother as their God Elohim.
God Elohim Revealed in the Book of Genesis
Let us confirm that there is both a male and a female image of God. through the book of Genesis.
Gen. 1:26-27 Then God said, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness,"... so God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.
Both males and females were created in the image of God, and thus it is clear that God has two images: a male image and a females image. When God said, 'Let us make man in our image," God used the word "us"-a plural term-instead of using "me." We come to understand that not one God, but two Gods-a Father and a Mother-worked together during the Creation. Such plural terms are used to describe God in Genesis Chapter 11, also.
Gen.11:1-7 The LORD said.. "Come, let us go down and confuse their lanuage so they will not understand each other."
This verse, too, makes reference to God Elohim, the same God who created male and female (in Gen 1), saying, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness." In Genesis Chapter11, God was responding to the arrogance of the people, who had collectively built the towe of Babel. Through this situation, God testifies that there exists a God the Mother as well as a God the Father by saying, "Let us go down..."