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An important distinction in the Aramaic text
Quote:It looks to me the more people get into this subject the more it becomes complicated.
After exploring of this subject I came to conclusion.
I believe that mar and marya both mean lord.

Even if that were true, that it just means "Lord", not YHWH...How many Master's (Lord's), do we serve then? 1 or 2 ???

Both YHWH and The Messiah are refered to as "MarYa" in The Peshitta...or if you like "Marya". So, you have TWO Lord's there.

But, Messiah said that He and His Father are, Just one MARYA---> YHWH, who is both GOD & Man at the same time...The Word/Miltha, who IS GOD, (John 1:1) became flesh and dwelt among us.

Peshitta makes it very easy to understand.

The Father is called MARYA, The Son is called MARYA...But what about The Holy Spirit? Is The Holy Spirit also called "Marya"....How many "Lord's" 1, 2, or 3 "Marya's" ???

---> 2nd Corinthians: 3:16-17 "And whenever anyone of them will be turned to MARYA, the veil is taken away from him. But, THE SPIRIT is MARYA, and wherever THE SPIRIT of MARYA is, there is freedom. But, we all see the glory of MARYA with unveiled faces, as in a mirror, and we are changed into the image, from glory to glory, as from MARYA, THE SPIRIT.

See... 3 MARYA's (LORD'S) (MASTER'S)...but no!!! Just ONE MARYA/LORD/MASTER.

GOD is FATHER, SON, & HOLY SPIRIT. <!-- sSmile --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/smile.gif" alt="Smile" title="Smile" /><!-- sSmile -->



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Re: An important distinction in the Aramaic text - by Thirdwoe - 05-24-2013, 03:27 PM

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