We are NOT gods

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We are NOT gods

There is only one God.

Ge 1:1 ¶ In the beginning [the God who is separated from man by ignorance] created the heaven and the earth.

When translated properly, there is no debate if 'Elohim' is a plural form of God, as some would say. When translating it as "God who is separated from man..." "El" אל is unambiguously singular. "Man" is plural since it refers to creation י which is everything or a plural.

He created the heavens... The word is 'hashamayim' השמים. Your Hebrew dictionary is in error because it drops the hei ה and lists the word as 'shamayim' שמים.

Hei is a prefix meaning 'the', so it is understandable why they do so. But in Hebrew, words get their meaning from all the letters in them.

What we miss in the translation is that he created 'ha-shem-im' ה-שמ-ים or 'the names'. Some people believe that you aren't allowed to say the name of God. This is silly. God told Moses to call him YHVH יהוה. Instead of calling him God, they call him 'the name' or 'Ha-shem'.

In Dinner Theater in the Dietary Law we saw that Adam gave the animals their names or reputations based on their behavior. The name 'Ha-shem' means 'the reputation of God. In plural, Ha-shem-im, it means 'his reputations'.

John says that the one God told us he had three reputations in the word for 'the heavens' השמים [1]: Father, Word, and Spirit. The word for 'the heavens' tells us that God has revealed himself in the Trinity. The three are one God. There is only one God. We are not God. [2]
  1. 1Jo 5:7 For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father מ, the Word ם, and the Holy Ghost ש: and these three are one.
  2. Isa 43:10 Ye [are] my witnesses, saith the LORD, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I [am] he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.