Introduction to The Aleph Tav Mark  -  How is Jesus (Y'shua) God?

Y'shua is an abbreviation for several variations the Hebrew name of Jesus: Yeshua, Yahusha, Yahushua, Yahshua

Pray to God to teach you, to make all things clear.

No one can know anything about God unless God's Holy Spirit reveals it to you, so ask God's Holy Spirit to teach you. Seek God and God's Word with all your heart, soul, and mind and you will find him, and the truth will set you free.

1 Corinthians 2:12-14 | Jeremiah 29:13 | John 8:31-32


Many believe that Jesus (Y'shua) is God and/or believe in the Trinity and yet don't fully understand it. Some deny that Jesus (Y'shua) is God. Some accept that Jesus (Y'shua) is the Messiah of Israel and the Son of God, but cannot understand how he can call the Father "his God" also pray to God and yet also be God himself.  In response to this confusion, Traditional Christianity continues to teach the Catholic Trinity teaching that the Father, Holy Spirit, and Son are 3 separate persons but the same God.  For those who study the Bible, they easily run into a clear conflict since the Bible says many times that there is only one true God, one person or being, not 3 persons.

This website hopes to bring clarity to those who have questions on these topics of how God has revealed himself in the Bible. Drawing directly from Scripture, we present an overview and links to key videos and studies that reveal that Jesus (Y'shua) is, in fact, the God of Israel, the God of the Bible, the God of the Old Testament, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.  We draw from the New Testament and from the depths of the Hebrew in the Old Testament that amazingly reveal that Jesus (Y'shua) is not a substitute nor a representative, but is actually God himself in physical form.

The love of God was truly seen when he himself came in the flesh, born as a human from the virgin Mary, and lived as a human here on earth.  God lived as a man among us with all the pressures and temptations of life that is common to each of us and in doing so he showed us how to live the perfect righteous life in harmony with our fellow man and with God.  God himself lived among us, taught us himself, and paid the ultimate sacrifice that any person can make. He he laid down his life and sacrificed himself for us to pay our death penalty punishment that is required for our sins - all so that we would have the opportunity know him, experience him, and to live with him forever.  According to the Bible, no man can pay for the sins of another - only God was capable of paying the death penalty debt we owe.  Now that is love!