The Allness of God: That God of This / That Gods

That God: is light and in him there is no darkness at all. No law at all.

His Angel plays the Last Trump it

Fulness of That God: Allness of God Above:

"That God"..........................All Light, and No Darkness at all
"The God of all grace"........All Grace, and No Law Law at all
  "Your Father": "merciful"...All Mercy, and No Sacrifice at all
"[The Author] of Peace".........All Peace, and No Division at all
"The God of all comfort"......All Comfort, No Discomfort at all
  "Perfect": "perfect love"...All Love, No Fear (torment) at all
"The God of the living", not the dead ... All Life, No Death at all

Hebrews: is Pauline written as a mini bible itself, with two Amens

Related: Of Two Gods --> False/True Gods --> That God is The ONLY Potentate
GodShew.Org Topics For Page 2 of GodShew: is about what's Best of three things (Good --> Better) --> Best

Hebrews: Pauline written as a mini bible itself: has the same general theme and same conclusion as the Holy Bible
The Allness of God & Son: The fulness of God & The fulness of Christ: mercy full: "I will have mercy and not sacrifice"

Hebrews: Pauline written as mini bible


Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ


THE EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE
TO THE
HEBREWS

The title of Hebrews leaves no question Paul The Apostle authored Hebrews. But I wondered why Paul left out his standard greeting to brethren ("Grace unto you, and peace, from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ") and modified the salutation (token) by his own hand in every epistle ("The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.") in his writing To The Hebrews, and as an Hebrew of Hebrews.

It finally dawned on me, as by the Spirit: it's written "To The Hebrews" and  Hebrews is like a mini bible itself, having the same general theme and conclusion as the HOLY BIBLE containing Old and New Testaments; Yet derived mainly from OT Scriptures (Scripture vs Script-u-are). God "divided" hath both spake/spoken, created/made all this/that for them/us as if a before/after shew of time past/last days (BC/AD) with twain of everything for comparison and contrast of law/grace as allegories; Law having had to be "added" since grace always "is". And since law/grace are contrary things which cannot co-exist, not in peace, the first (old) part of such a old/new shew is as if grace is the dead testator for law to be of "force"; then law is the dead testator of the second (new) part for grace to be of life giving "force" to all, as explained in Hebrews 9. May the 'force' be with you, and use the 'force' Luke... have relevant meaning when we understand adding law to grace makes it "no more grace", rather than the dead end of grace + law (saved + destroyed after in Jude 5); Law being the "ministration of death" (2Corinthians 3:7), the "strength" of the death sting of sin (1Corinthians 15:56), the root source of sin and death (Romans 5:13; James 1:15), the "strong man" of the house of sin and death.

Having looked at both sides now, as does the comparative teaching method of Jesus and Paul from Scriptures written as Scripture -vs- Scripture, and as if comparing good/better things this God provided for them/us (yet only for some, not for all), a conclusion of what's best for all when God divided reconciled as one of twain is thereby reasoned from what's evident from all the evidence: "Grace with you all. Amen.". And thereby we all get understanding ("with all thy getting, get understanding": Proverbs 4:7) of what grace is, compared to what it's not: law.

Hebrews: a brief summation of the general theme and the final conclusion:
Heb 1:1 - Time Past: God spake unto the fathers by the prophets  ...  good (great)
Heb 1:2 - Last Days: God hath spoken unto us by (his) Son      ...    better (greater)
Heb13:25 - Conclusion: Grace with you all. Amen.    ...what's best (greatest)

Holy Bible: a brief summation of the general theme and the final conclusion:
O.T. (BC) - LAWED-Grace (LORD-God) spake unto the fathers by the prophets
N.T. (AD) - His Grace, and the truth thereof, hath spoken unto us by the Son
Rev 22: 21 - Conclusion: The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.

Such explains why(?) "Jesus" first brought "division", not peace (Luke 12:51); and there was "division" among the people because of him (John 7:43) before the cross. Since many were mixing grace + law (which do not mix except to make an oxymoron such as life + death), he divided the twain, clarifying such were as two opposite ways leading to two opposite ends: destruction (non existence) <--> life (existence); as are BC <--> AD accounted as going opposite directions. Only after the cross (where law nailed as the enmity and the curse: "cursed every one that hangeth on a tree" ... perhaps why it's not wise to get too hung up on the cross, but go on through the cross (as if through Jesus-->Christ) to risen and "seated" with "Christ" at the right hand of God "in heaven": "higher than the heavens"), do we find true peace; Peace with God and "eternal salvation" notably both being "through Jesus-->Christ"-->God-ward.

Before such, and as if "in Adam all die" ... all therein Moses' law died, and without mercy, for death reigned, came upon all, till JC abolished a "surely die" lie of law in Genesis 2: 17 (called "the law of commandments" in Ephesians 2:15; The law(lie) being verse 17 of Genesis 2: 16-vs-17; Such grace + law "commandments" being the commandments of Jesus, and contrary one to another; His grace being "above" the law) ... So only after the cross do we hear: "peace" unto you from the Lord Jesus Christ as a result of "grace" unto you from God our Father, denoting all are now united in one body of "Christ" (the end of the law); whose head God (that God, "the God of all grace", the living God of the living: the only wise God).

Time past: the law given by Moses, added to grace; was great, but a "great terror" (Dt 34:12).
Last days: grace came by JC ...truth (about law), as "greater" than hypocrisy of grace + law.
Last day: final examination of twain sabbaths concludes one thing: Grace with you all. Amen.

Time Past <--(BC) | (AD)--> The Last Days (Plural) --> The Last Day (Light)
(4000BC <--1) <-- | --> (1-->2000AD = 2 Days) --> Beyond 2000 (Third Day)

Hebrews as much as takes us through a journey of all time: past, present, future; starting out by comparing time past with last days as if BC and AD were nothing more than a before and after shew about "let us make man": (i) "in our image" (ii) "after our likeness", the "after" part being some "better" thing God hath provided for "us" of good and better things for them and us. And as if comparing great and greater things; Solomon having been a great(law) king, but God in the flesh coming as if "a greater than Solomon is here"; Jonas having been a great(law) prophet, but JC coming as "that prophet" as if "a greater than Jonas is here" (Mt 12: 41,42). For although the law of Moses (John 1`:17) was great, by such law Moses was also a "great terror"-ist to all Israel (of Jacob-->Israel) by his own admission (Deuteronomy 34:12), and by such a Phantom Menace as a Holy Ghost, unpardonable sin thereof, unforgiveness thereof, fear thereof, torment thereof, such Ghostly Law was also a great terror unto Moses, to the point even he exceedingly feared (Hebrews 12:21)... if you like Ghost stories.

God [is] a Spirit (not any Ghost); And alive (not Dead);
The God of all grace is the "living God" of the "living".

Hebrews brings forth from the Scriptures how the law was imperfect (Hebrews 7 - 10) and a mission impossible, demanding perfection of all comers but unable to make the comers thereunto perfect (Romans 9:31: Hebrews 10:1). Law being "both good and evil", is an oxymoronic mixture those of full age ("man" of babe/child/man) use their senses to discern and avoid (Hebrews 5); For "both good and evil" ends with "evil", such as "evil concupiscence", via "another law" having seven names, which Paul says makes people feel "wretched" (Romans 7), such as those suffering with wretched PTSD, Depression, and all sorts of dis-order, dis-ease, and dis-comfort; law being the dis, for when law worketh wrath added to grace is sufficient, it makes grace "no more grace" (Romans 11:6) and Christ of "no effect" (Galatians 5:4). For the result of such grace(life) + law(death) is notably saved + destroyed(after) in Jude 5; And by "the curse of the law": if any try & fail to keep all law all the time, CURSED EVERY ONE: Deuteronomy-->Matthew5-->Luke11-->John7-->Romans9:31-->Galatians3-->James2:10.

Comparing spiritual things(Laws) with spiritual(Grace):
Law:
was a mission impossible; a schoolmaster witch FAILED every one.

Grace: is a mission possible; it never leaves any one nor forsakes any one.

Hebrews also brings forth the biblical fact the first of the two covenants (testaments) was faulty. Hence there is the obvious need for a second if perfection (be perfect) is the stated goal (Genesis17:1-->Matthew5:48-->Luke6:36-->Hebrews6:1-->Hebrews13:25-->Revelation22:21); And the law of the first, which is all vanity and vexation of Spirit(God), notably had an expiry date, waxeth "old", and is now so old it's "ready to vanish" (Hebrews 8:13) and "shall vanish": 1Corinthians 13:8. Hebrews the mini bible also clarifies law was mirrorly a "shadow" (dark version) of good things to come, not the very (true) image of good things to come; A dark version like "night visions" Daniel the OT prophet got from reading the law, and was finally told to shut up and seal it till the time of the end. It also clarifies that God took no pleasure at all in any sacrifices and offerings which were "of the law": Ps40:6; 51:16; Hos6:6; Mt9:13; 12:7;Heb 10. For without faith it is impossible to please God: Heb11; And the law is not of faith: Gal3; And whatsoever is not of faith is sin: Rom14. So then Law(Forgive) them after Law imputing Sin & Death unto them is not Grace us and Law is not of Higher God in heaven, nor does it give His Grace any pleasure at all. Rather Law is what gives His Grace vexation (frustration), as it makes grace "no more grace" and it makes Christ(the end of the law) of "no effect": Gal5:4, leaving all with a dead end by law, a surely die lie we all are one ought to flush as dung to establish grace and eternal life thereof for all.

POINT: The NT Law is as Ensnaring and as Deadly as the OT Law was.
Romans 7: "another law" of law law makes people feel "wretched" after
"Another Law": has seven names, as if "seven other spirits more wicked"

In speaking of the will of God, by which we are sanctified, it also speaks of: "he taketh away the first (law) that he may establish the second (grace)" in Hebrews 10. Such is after an explanation of testators in Hebrews 9, clarifying a testament is of no force at all till the testator is dead; But God cannot die and JC could not be holden of death. Yet for the sake of the shew grace plays the dead testator of the old testament so law could be of force (all perish, none live eternally), and law is then supposed to be dead testator of the new testament so grace may be of force (none perish, all live eternally). But to establish grace (only), to be saved (only) rather than saved and destroyed after, we all need to make law dead testator of the New Testament so grace may be of force to all.

Law is "both good and evil", which ends with "evil", such as "evil concupiscence";
Not to mention Law is the ministration of condemnation and death to all, if any law;
And not to mention there is no respect of persons with God; Only such against God.
So it's imperative we all are one get it: understanding; Understand Law = extinction.

So, to "establish" grace, he "taketh away" the law (only what's added can be taken away), abolished all law (everything written in stone and in ink is done away: 2Cor 3) by abolishing the law (of commandments) in Gen 2:17; Which effectively abolished all law since all other laws (such as 10 commandments and 613 torah laws) were all "added" and "because of the transgression" (to make it more obvious there was already a law added somewhere, for "where no law there is no transgression": Rom 4:15, so if the woman first in the transgression there had to be a law, a transgression: going beyond grace is sufficient to grace + law).

Law: press DELETE to take away the put off to put away;
Grace: press SAVE to e-stablish the put on for "eternal" life

In Hebrews 12, when comparing two mtns as if comparing law vs grace, we find God & Son on Mt Sion. And in Hebrews 13 we find all sanctified are perfected, the "perfection" spoken of in Hebrews 6 being allegorized conclusion in Hebrews 13:25 as: "Grace with you all. Amen.", which is the same (JC the same yesterday, to day, and for ever) conclusion we find ends the entire Holy Bible containing Old and New Testaments:

The GRACE(only) of our Lord Jesus Christ WITH YOU ALL. AMEN.

see also Godshew.org's grace walk through Hebrews becomes an end run in Heb 12-->13

The Allness of God: The Fulness of God: That God

"That God" is Light: No Darkness At All !
"The God of All Grace": is No Law At All !
"The God of All Comfort": No Discomfort At All!
"Also Merciful": Mercy full: No Sacrifice at all !

Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ
  • there is no sacrifice at all in "I will have mercy, and not sacrifice" (Matthew 9:13)
  • there is no law at all in "the God of all grace" (1Peter 5:10)
  • there is no discomfort at all in "the God of all comfort" (
  • there is no law at all in "The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen." (Revelation 22:21)
  • there is no darkness at all in "that God is light, and in him there is no darkness at all" (1John 1:5)
  • there is no fear at all in "perfect love hath no fear" (1John 4)
  • there is no sin at all nor any sin consciousness at all in "in him is no sin" (1John 3:5)
  • there is no death at all in "the living God" who is also God of "the living"  (Mark 12:27)
  • there is no transgression at all in "where no law, there no transgression" (Romans 4:15)
  • there is no sin at all in "when no law, sin is not imputed" (Romans 5:13)
  • there is no "God concluded them all in unbelief" (Rom 11:32) in "that God was in Christ, not imputing their trespasses unto them" (2Corinthians 5:19)... see two Gods: opposed
  • there is no thief at all coming to steal, kill, and destroy in "the thief cometh not" (John 10:10)
  • there is no day of the Lord coming as a thief in the night in "the day of God" (2Peter 3)
  • there is no great tribulation in "such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be" (Matthew 24:21)
  • there is no ceasing (death, non existence) in "pray without ceasing" (1Thessalonians 5:17)
  • there is no Ghost at all in "God [is] a Spirit" (John 4:24)
  • there is no unpardonable sin at all in "God hath forgiven you" (Ephesians 4)
  • there is no partiality nor hypocrisy at all in "wisdom from above is firstly pure" (James 3)
  • there is no respect of persons (partiality) at all in "there is no respect of persons with God"
  • there is no wrath in "God hath not appointed us unto wrath" nor in merciful (Luke 6:36)
  • there is no emptiness at all in "be filled with all the fulness of God", nor any law in the fulness of Christ
  • there is no fault at all in be ye "perfect" nor any sacrifice at all in "merciful" (Matthew 5:48; Luke 6:36)
  • there is no imperfection in go on to "perfection"(Heb 6)..."perfected" (Heb 13)... "Grace"
  • there is no insufficiency nor unfairness in "my grace is sufficient for thee" (2Cor 12:9)
  • there is no "am I" in "I am that I am", nor in any of seven "I am"s in John; but there is both in "when I am (grace) weak, then am I (law) strong", and law is the strength of sin"
  • there is no some only in merciful God will have "mercy upon all" (Romans 11:32)
  • there is no frustration (vexation) at all in "I do not frustrate(law) the grace of God" (Galatians 2:12)
  • there is no unrest at all in "God rested" (Genesis 2), nor any warfare or division in God is the author of peace
  • there is no war cry nor even any battle to fight in Christ is our peace (Ephesians 2:14)
  • there is no accursed in "God blessed them", unless the God thereof be the law
  • there is no forsaken at all in "I will never leave thee nor forsake thee": Hebrews 13
  • there is no twain Gods nor any forsaken in "one" God above all, through all, in you all
  • there is no ignorance in "I would not have you ignorant brethren"
  • there is no good + evil (grace + law) in "either make the tree good or evil"
  • there is no cover up in The Revelation(uncovering) of John and Jesus Christ
  • there is no classified in "there is nothing hid that shall not be known" (Luke 12:2)
  • there is no closure in "Revelation"(disclosure, the opposite of closure)
  • there is no misunderstanding in "with all thy getting, get understanding" (Proverbs 4:7)
  • there is no disapproval in study to shew thyself "approved" unto God (1Tim 2:15)
  • there is no law in love (1st fruit of God a Spirit)... against such there is "no law" (Gal 5)
  • there is no fear nor ye in "love (God) one another as I have loved you" (John 15:12)
  • there is no lack in "The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not lack" (Psalms 23)
  • there is no impurity nor defiled nor spotted in "pure religion" paid a "visit"(James 1:27)
  • there is no failure in "charity never faileth" (1Cor 13) nor any perishing in "none perish"
  • there is no left behind in all right nor forsaken  in "I will never leave nor forsake you"
  • there is no condemnation in "there is therefore now no condemnation" (Romans 8:1)
  • there is no more the child, nor children, nor men in "let us make man" (Genesis 1:26)
  • there is no darkness (ignorance) in "let there be light" (Gen 1) nor in that God is light
  • there is no two-edged sword in the word of God is "sharper than any twoedged sword"
  • there is no twofold: "more" the "child" of "hell" (Mt 23) in "one" fold (John 10:16)
  • there is no division nor war to fight in "my peace I leave with you" (John 14:27)
  • there is no temporal salvation + destroyed after (Jude 5) in "eternal salvation" (Heb 5)
  • there is no lie in "God cannot lie" (an allegory for Grace cannot law)
  • there is no death in "God that cannot die" (Titus 1:2; allegory for Grace that cannot law)
  • there is no grief in it is "not grievous" for me to tell you the same (JC) things
  • there is no variableness in Jesus Christ, the same, yesterday, to day, and for ever (H13)
  • there is no bondage in "the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free" (Galatians 5:1)
  • there is no created in "made perfect", nor them in "us", nor child in "man"
  • there is no God forbid in "where the Spirit of the Lord, there is liberty" (2Cor 3:17)
  • there is no double mindedness (instability) in we have "the mind of Christ" (1Cor 2:16)
  • there is no left (behind) in "the right hand of God"... nor in all right (no left at all)
  • there is no perishing in "the Lord is not willing that any should perish" (2Peter 3:9)
  • there is no "evening + morning" mentioned at all on the seventh day (Genesis 2)
  • there is no "good + evil" in God saw what he "made" of created/made as "good" x 6
  • there is no babe, nor child of hell, nor more the child of hell, in "let us make man" (Gen 1)
  • there is no childish law<->law in "when I became a man, I put away childish things"
  • there is no 'thereafter' in all the Holy Bible containing Old & New Testaments
  • there is no accusation in "do not think I will accuse you to the Father" (John 5:45)
  • there is no limitation nor penalty in "you may freely eat of every tree of the garden"
  • there is no condemnation in "therefore there is now no condemnation" (Romans 8:1)
  • there is no end in "world without end", but there is an end in Christ: the end of the law
Once we realize two Gods is one too many, and mixing twain (My God, My God) is not only an oxymoron (since two such allegoric things are "contrary"), but results in feeling as "forsaken" (Mt 27:46; Ps 22:1) as life + death is a dead end, the end all dinosaurs had (was, but is not)...

Once we realize twain Gods are opposed about them (contradiction); especially if that God, who is light void of darkness (1Jn 1:5), is the message heard of a singular him and declared unto a singular you from the beginning, where the end is God declared (Is 46:10; 1John 1: 1-5)...

Once we realize "that God" never changes from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, having the same immutable will in both Old & New Testaments: to be, the only Potentate, the only wise God, immortal and eternal King: the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, the "God of all grace" (1Pet 5:10), who is "perfect" (Mt 5:48), also "merciful" (Lk 6:36), and such wisdom from above is "firstly pure" (Jam 3) from the get go of the shew; which can have only one plausible end, the end of the law, especially since only what began can end and there is no option in "immutable", especially if the first of two immutable things is God cannot lie (law), hence God cannot die...

Once we realize His grace "is" a "living God" (Mt 16:16) of "the living" (Mt 22:32), and His Son is one and the same: contrary to popular unbelief Jesus Christ (who is one with God), is "the same" yesterday, to day, and for ever (Heb 13:8)... never changes because the Christ thereof, in whom that God was, reconciling the world, was the end of the law... in "which things are an allegory", and such things (scriptures: plural) "were written aforetime for y(our) learning" (Rom 15:4)...

Once we realize "that God" was in "Christ": the end of the law, not imputing their trespasses unto them (2Cor 5:19); where no law, there no trespass (Rom 4:15); when no law, sin not even  imputed (Rom 5:13), and the (1st) fruit of God a Spirit is: love: against such there is: "no law" (Gal 5)... for law was only a counter part "added" for "shew", law only a "shadow" (Heb 10) of things to come in such a shew, law only a "Ghost": a 'phantom' menace which many unaware children and silly women afraid of due to ignorance of what is was and was only a counter part in an allegorical comparative teaching, to teach what(?) you and all the kingdom of God within you are of such ye/you... ye "created" imperfect, you "made" perfect...

Once we realize that God saw only "good" x 6 and "very good" the 7th time looking in Gen 1, and what God saw as "good" and "truly good" was what's "made" of created/made things, and the created part of such created/made them/us, them: Mr & Mrs Adam (male & female Adam in Gen 5) was mirrorly created for the sake of the God shew, as if a counter part in an allegoric comparative teaching about "us", whom God is one of, so is for us, is with us, hath given us the victory, and hath not appointed us unto wrath... rather wrath comes upon "them" of them/us in 1Thes 5: 3,9... "them" being the "old" part of old/new to put away as a put off, especially since "as in Adam", which is allegorically as in them, "all die", of such all die/all live, which is allegorically "as" comparing two sorts of "blessed" in Rom 4:7,8 (from Ps 32:1,2)...

Once we realize there is no option in "ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free", but there is a notable changE from "ye" to "you" therein, and notably the "you" being "made" free, as is also "made" in 1Pet 5:10, is made "perfect" by "the God of all grace"... allegorically denoting the law of grace + law is the imperfection of such twain, to put away...

Once we realize twain this/that things, such as two Gods (law/grace), are "contrary" things; and contrary things cannot coexist, no, not in peace, and contrary things only mix to make an oxyMORON with a BAD ending for all such as grace + law = life + death = a dead end, which God will not have, not then, not now, not ever; Well, we begin to see the oneness and allness of that God & Son, "that God" and "that Jesus Christ is come", of all such 'allegoric' this/that written aforetime, but only for our learning, as the only one of twain who is: our peace.

The "grace"(only) of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.

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