Son of man vs Son of God Also Son of God vs Son of God

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Son of Man -vs- Son of God

Also: Son of God <-vs-> Son of God
Revelation #28: of Revelations of Revelation

The Son of Man is not The Son of God
God is not a man that he should lie(law)

Son of Man: "should repent": Numbers 23:19.
Son of God should "go on": "higher" than "high".

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Revelation (about Revelation) # 28

Son of Man -vs- Son of God

Numbers 23:19

The Son of Man is not the Son of God;
For "God is not a man that he should lie,
Neither Son of man that he should repent".


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

 
Son of man
The term Son of man occurs aprox 109 times in the Bible, and carries with it no implication of divinity. Rather the phrase is translated in the Hebrew as Ben Adam or in the Aramaic as Bar Enash, which is also loosely translated in at least 12 instances as man in general, or humanity, the first Adamic sort of two Adams, the created of created/made things, them of them/us (two alls), the ye do errr of ye/you, the imperfect of imperfect/perfect parts, child of child/man, servant of servant/son, old of old/new, first of first/second, and of two sons of Abraham the one to cast out (the script-u-are saith "cast out the bondwoman and her son": Gal 4); allegorically speaking of law of law/grace and lie of lie/truth in such things are an allegory.

So "like unto Son of man" in Revelation 1,2,3 speaks of being like unto first Adam, or them (which is Adam in Gen 5:2), which is like unto a vessel fit for destruction; for them of them/us is the counter part in such a two part shew about a third part. And once the point of such is understood, the counter part is to be done away; Not to mention God is one, of us, with us, for us, and hath given us the victory thru JC.

Son of man should repent: Numbers 23:19
When looking at the Son of Man in the OT, especially in Ezekiel (the prophet Ezekiel is addressed as "Son of man" aprox 94 times), we find such a man and his God(law) are pretty much against everyone. Daniel is also referred to as Son of man (Daniel 8:15-17). When looking at the Son of Man in the NT we find such to be sin and iniquity conscious, also vengeful to those who betrayed him, divisional, ransom orientated, a sign unto a wicked generation, cloudy, to be lifted up as a serpent, hath no where to lay his head(God), is judgmental to the point of two resurrections of the dead unto life and damnation (Jn 5:27-29), decends and ascends to where he was before, at the right hand of the power(gospel) of God(law), seen of Stephen standing on right hand of God (as if Satan), sits on a cloud (confusion) with a sharp sickle in his hand (word of God is "sharper"), and has a "two-edged sword" (word of God is "sharper" than any two-edged sword) coming out his mouth, promises 12 thrones to 12 apostles to judge 12 tribes, etc.

 When the Son of Man is revealed, as a law avenger
: Luke 17:30, Jude 1:15;
 Then it's destruction for them all: Luke 17:29; 1Thessalonians 5:3; Jude 1:5

Son of God
The Son of God neither obeyed nor disobeyed any law at all, nor imputed any sin, paid a visit not a ransom, hath no respect of persons (all same, since all one, but not them all of two alls: "them all" and "us all"; so he is long-suffering to "us-ward"). That Jesus Christ is come, but is not come to condemn any (Jn 3:17), nor to accuse any (Jn 5:45), such that none are lost by being sow condemned by law, which is a ministration of condemnation. Out of his mouth comes the word of God which is "sharper than any two-edged sword" (Heb 4:12), and by him is only resurrection to life. He is merciful not merciless, ascends higher than the heavens, and is entered therein to appear for us in the presence of God.

Son of God vs Son of God: Christ of CJ vs Christ of JC
Clarity: Jesus Christ (not Christ Jesus) is the Son of God: Mark 1:1. By JC came grace and truth (not law and lie of Moses: John 1:17)). He was not sent to condemn(law) the world (John 3:17; John 8:3-11), nor would he accuse(law) any as Moses did (John 5:45); No, not this; But rather "that": that "through" him: through Jesus (born under law, of woman) -> Christ (the end of the law) -> God (all grace), the world might be saved (graced) only; saved from law: sin and death: such like: sin imputation, accusation, condemnation, death, of law: the ministration of death.

For further clarity (as was the purpose of the gospel according to Luke: 1:1-3), it is "Christ" (of "Jesus -> Christ") who is the "Son of God": Luke 4:41, since "Jesus" (of "Jesus -> Christ" or of "Christ -> Jesus") is also clarified as being the tormentor(law) of such law -> grace: Luke 8:38. Such is confirmed oft, such as in John 11:27; 20:31; Acts 9:20; Galatians 2:20; Ephesians 4:13.

John the Baptist (Expired Law) got Beheadead
John the Baptist saw it backwards, saying that this (instead of this -> that) is the Son of God, noting such baptizes with the merciless Holy Ghost (rather than with the merciful Holy Spirit). John the Baptist  did accuse(law) and condemn(law); And for such lawing he was beheaded; Allegoric for the end of law: the age of grace.

Back-ward of Law <- Law instead of For-ward of Law -> Grace
John also saw it backwards, portraying Jesus (1John 5:5) and the apparition like unto the Son of man as the Son of God (Revelation 2:18), from whom is to come wrath & vengeance, not peace nor love. John notes a Holy Ghost God gave witness Jesus was the Son of God. But such does not even agree with the gospel of John: 3:17; Which is the only "verily verily" gospel account of four accounts.

We are the body of Christ, not the body of Jesus
The "name" of the "only begotten" Son of God is grace (Christ: the end of the law), not law (Jesus: made under the law). He that believeth on him is not condemened(lawed)... ye are not under the law(Jesus), but under grace(Christ)... which things are an "allegory", and a "mystery" to solve in time, lest all perish by law(Jesus) instead of none perish by grace (Christ).  ES is through Jesus->Christ.
 
Son of man vs Son of God
Son of Man is always associated with them, division and destruction: 1Thessalonians 5:3; Whereas Son of God is associated with us: 1Thess 5:9 whom God hath not appointed unto wrath (law worketh wrath), nor destruction which comes upon "them" who say Peace & Safety (Grace & Law), safety in law. Not!

                                The law (and lie) was given by Moses,
                                But grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.

God is not a man that he should lie. Lie = Law.
The Son of man is not the Son of God; For God is not a man that he should lie(law), nor the Son of man that he should repent(change). Notably God never changes: I will "never leave thee nor forsake thee", nor does the Son of God: Jesus Christ "the same" yesterday, to day, and for ever. It is we all who must change, are being chanGed (as from ye to you in Jn 8:32), changed by the Spirit: 2Corinthians 3. It is we who must take the grace walk, "from faith to faith" and "from glory to glory", as if first from mtn to mtn, then even "higher than the heavens"; for God & Son are both on Sion in two mtns of Hebrews 12. But at Hebrews 12:1 the walk notably becomes an end "run" unto Hebrews 13:25, as if to what's above a servant, or unto a more excellent way than either a broad way or a narrow way; as the third of three.

"Lord Also" of the Sabbath = One Lord too many
What's interesting about "Son of man", is he's "Lord also of the Sabbath": Mk 2:28 (see also Mt 12:8; Lk 6:5), and Revelation takes place on the Sabbath. However when looking at such it seems to be a Sabbaths shewdown, also a shewdown of Lords; which is allegorically a final final examination and shewdown of law vs grace. Notably it was the sabbath when Jesus made the clay (Jn 9:14). The sabbath was made for man, and not man for the sabbath (Mark 2:27). However this sabbath is not the eternal day of God, but the annual day of atonement, which speaks of the "affliction of souls", which speaks of impure religion: law (not pure religion: grace), which speaks of "the law worketh wrath", which speaks of "destruction" (not salvation), which speaks of "them" (not us).

Contrary things cannot coexist in peace. So there's a Sabbath shewdown.
To better understand the twain, and the difference between "contrary things", consider the two ends of the last millennium, where the first (Y2K) was the false, fearful, and costly end; which coincidentally had a countdown of 3 1/2 yrs (42 mos) from Greenwich in June 1996 - December 1999. So mid trib rapture folk missed it, not to mention both the pre trib and post trib folk also missed it. And what followed was the real end. With all thy getting, get it: "understanding" = "grace glory" (Prov 4).

Lord Also? Son of Man is Lord also of the Sabbath?
So Son of man is "Lord also of the sabbath" (the black sabbath of twain sabbaths); But only until one of twain Lords is decisively made the Lord of Lords, and one of twain Sabbaths is made the Sabbath, the day of God (not the day of the LORD).
 
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In Summation: the bottom line(s) to summation all this and that posted on this Revelations web page:
Son of Man -vs- Son of God: Jesus -vs- Christ; God is not a man that he should lie: Numbers 23:19.
Then also consider Son of God -vs- Son of God: Christ of Christ Jesus -vs- Christ of Jesus Christ.
For Lord Also: Lord also of the Sabbath: is one Lord too many, of one Sabbath too many.
So then there is a Sabbath Shewdown, till there's only one Lord of one Sabbath.