Where did Lord and The Lord Worship Come From?

Excerpt taken from a House of Yahweh 1/2013 monthly newsletter

Isayah (Isaiah) 65:2-4
2 I have spread out My Hands all the day to a rebellious people, who walk in a way which is not right, after their own thoughts; devices;
3 A people who act defiantly against Me continually to My Face; who sacrifice in gardens, and burn incense on altars of brick;
4 Who assemble and spend the night keeping memorials for the dead, who eat swine’s flesh, and the broth of abominable things; unclean foods, is in their vessels

Eating swine’s flesh and the worship of the dead come from Egypt, and are done today all over the world.

From where did ‘lord’ and ‘the lord’ worship come?

It’s the same as was done in Egypt with the pharaohs, except these lords are dead rabbis and popes that are being worshipped today.

Keep in mind when you see the word master that it means baal or lord. The following excerpt is from Unger’s Bible Dictionary.

RABBI (Heb. rabbi, Gk. hrabbi, “my teacher”). A respectful term applied by the Jews to their teachers and spiritual instructors (Matt. 23:7-8; John 1:38; 3:26; 6:25). The terms rabbi and rabboni both mean simply “master” (John 1:38; 20:16). The use of the title rabbi cannot be substantiated before the time of Christ. Later Jewish schools had three grades of honor: rab, “master”, the lowest; rabbi, “my master”, the second; and rabboni, “my lord, my master”, the most elevated. M.F.U.

Saints’ day, a day for each person deemed as a saint, was celebrated in Israyl and in Egypt; which Isayah refers to as memorials to the dead. As the number of days began taking up the whole calendar, this worship of the dead later changed to only one day of the year, and it was called all saints day or halloween, which is a memorial to the dead.

The dead are worshipped all over the world today.

The people are so deceived they don’t even know that they are worshipping the hinder gods of Egypt.

God worship is called idolatry in the Holy Scriptures. Idolatry is breaking the first commandment of the Ten Commandments given in:
Exodus 20:3, King James Version (KJV)—
Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

The word rendered other in this Scripture is from the Hebrew word acher. The very first meaning of this word shown in the Hebrew dictionary of Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance is hinder.

The Book of Yahweh is correctly translated.
Exodus 20:3, Book of Yahweh (BOY)—
You shall have no hinder gods (elohim) at all. They are in opposition against Me.

There are many gods, one of the Apostles was inspired to write.

I Corinthians 8:5-6
5 For even though there are many called gods (elohim), whether in heaven or on earth (As there are many gods; elohim, and many lords; baalim).
6 Yet to us there is only One Authority, the Father, from Whom all things came and for Whom we live. And there is but one King, Yahshua Messiah, on Whose account are all things, and on Whose account we live.

Yaaqob (James) 4:12
There is One Lawgiver, Who is able to save and to destroy—who are you who condemns another?

The King James Version is very confusing because of the fact that the catholic church removed not only the Name of the Creator, Yahweh but also the Name of the True Savior, Yahshua Messiah, and replaced them with the names of gods and the titles of lord, el, adonai, and baal.

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