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2001 TRANSLATION—Matt -13-41-43-

41 The Son of Man will send his messengers to collect all the snares and all the lawless people out of his Kingdom,

42 and they will be thrown into a flaming furnace. See Dust to Dust –C/H -DustToDust.htm  There is where they will cry and grind [their] teeth

43 Then the righteous will shine as brightly as the sun in the Kingdom of their Father.

. (Let those with ears listen.)



Mat 13:43  Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father.

He that hath ears, let him hear.


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Made Disciples –and The Disciples Made Disciples—And So on to this Very Day.---

The Angles --Invisible To Our Sight Help in Leading or Guiding Humans To interested Humans

That are Hungary for Spiritual Guidance--- For The Important Meaning of  John 17.3


Jesus’ Own Words

(KJV) Jn 17.3   And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent


2001 Translation 17.3    This knowledge of You, the only true God, and of the one who You sent,

Jesus the Chosen One, means life in the age.—  See Jn 1-17-18.


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The Oneness and Trinitarian So-Called Theologians Use

The Non-Biblical Vocabulary God-Man-God the Son—God in The Flesh.-- Who_are_God’s_‘Anointed ? Who is The --Chosen One ?


JOHN 1-16 We all received kindness after kindness from his wealth. 17 The Law was given through Moses, but kindness and truth came through Jesus the Chosen One. 18 Nobody has ever seen God. But, the only-created god who is the Father’s favorite [son] has explained him.


C’h-’s_‘Anointed?    Scroll to 17-3


Jesus’ Own Words


Mat 5:17  Think not that I came to destroy the law or the prophets: I came not to destroy, but to fulfill


Joh 6:38  For I came down from heaven, not to do mine own will,

but the will of him that sent me.


 Joh 6:39  And this is the Father's will which hath sent me,

that of all which he hath given me I should lose nothing,

but should raise it up again at the last day.


Mat 6:9  After this manner therefore pray ye. Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.

Mat 6:10  Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so on earth.

Mat 6:11  Give us this day our daily bread.


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See-Matt 24-13-36-43



41 The Son of Man will send his messengers to collect all the snares and all the lawless people out of his Kingdom, 42 and they will be thrown into a flaming furnace. See Dust to Dust –C/H -DustToDust.htm  There is where they will cry and grind [their] teeth. 43 Then the righteous will shine as brightly as the sun in the Kingdom of their Father. (Let those with ears listen.)



See-Matt 24-13-36-43



13 This is why I talk to them in illustrations, because when they look they don’t see, and when they listen, they don’t hear or understand the meaning. 14 The prophecy of Isaiah is being fulfilled in them that says, By listening you will hear but not understand, and by looking you will look but not see.

15 ‘The hearts of these people have grown thick, their ears listen heavily, and their eyes are closed so they will never see with their eyes, hear with their ears, or understand with their hearts, then turn around so I can heal them. 16 However, your eyes are blest because they can see, as are your ears, because they can hear. 17 I tell you the truth, many of the prophets and righteous men wished to see the things you’re seeing, and didn’t see them; and to hear the things you’re hearing, and didn’t hear them.

18 ‘So now, listen to the [meaning of the] illustration of the farmer who planted: 19 Whenever someone hears about the Kingdom but doesn’t understand it, the wicked one comes and snatches away what has been planted in his heart. This one was planted beside the road.

20 ‘As for the one that was planted among the rocks, he’s the one who hears the word and quickly accepts it with joy. 21 But because he has no roots, he’s just here for a short time. When hard times or persecution comes along because of the Word, he’s immediately trapped.

22 ‘As for the one planted among the thistles, this one hears the word, but the concerns of this life and the deceitfulness of wealth choke-out the Word and he doesn’t produce fruit. 23 But, as for the one planted on good soil, he hears the word, understands it, and actually puts out fruit… this one a hundred, that one sixty, the other thirty.’

24 He gave them another illustration, saying, ‘The Kingdom of the Heavens is like a man who had good seeds planted in his field. 25 But while his men were sleeping, an enemy came and threw weed [seeds] over the wheat and left. 26 And when the blades began to sprout and fruit, the weeds appeared.

27 ‘Then the master’s slaves came to him and asked, Lord, wasn’t it good seeds [that you gave us to] plant in your field? So, why are there so many weeds?

28 ‘He answered, An enemy of mine did this.

‘So, they asked, Then do you want us to go and pull up [the weeds]?

29 ‘And he replied, No, because while pulling the weeds you might uproot the wheat. 30 Let them both grow together until the harvest. And when it’s time for harvesting, I’ll tell the reapers to first collect the weeds in bundles to burn them, then to gather the wheat into my storehouse.’

31 He told them another illustration, saying, ‘The Kingdom of the Heavens is like a mustard seed that a man planted in his field. 32 For a fact, it’s the tiniest of all seeds. But when it grows, it becomes one of the largest vegetables and actually becomes a tree, so the birds of the sky can come and roost in its branches,’

33 He told them another illustration: ‘The Kingdom of the Heavens is like yeast that a woman hid in three large scoops of flour, until the [whole thing rose] and was filled with yeast,’

34 Jesus said all these things to the crowds in illustrations. It’s a fact that if he wasn’t using illustrations, he wasn’t talking to them. 35 This was done to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet, which said, ‘I will open my mouth with illustrations. I will talk about things hidden since the founding [of the world].’

36 Then, after dismissing the crowds, he went into the house. There his disciples came to him and said, ‘Explain the illustration of the weeds in the field to us.’

37 So [Jesus] said, ‘The one who planted the good seeds is the Son of Man, 38 and the field is the world. As for the good seeds, they are the sons of the Kingdom, but the weeds are the sons of the wicked one, 39 and the enemy who planted them is the Slanderer. The harvest is the end of the age, and the reapers are [God’s] messengers.

40 ‘Just as the weeds are collected and burned in a fire, that’s how it will be at the end of the age. 41 The Son of Man will send his messengers to collect all the snares and all the lawless people out of his Kingdom, 42 and they will be thrown into a flaming furnace. There is where they will cry and grind [their] teeth. 43 Then the righteous will shine as brightly as the sun in the Kingdom of their Father. (Let those with ears listen.)




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Christ used the authority given him to lead the newly formed congregation. He sent the promised “helper”—the holy spirit—to strengthen his followers and to guide their efforts. (John 16:7; Acts 2:4, 33; 13:2-4; 16:6-10) The resurrected Jesus employed angels at his command to support his disciples. (Acts 5:19; 8:26; 10:3-8, 22; 12:7-11; 27:23, 24; 1 Peter 3:22) Moreover, our Leader provided direction to the congregation by arranging for qualified men to serve as a governing body.—Acts 1:20, 24-26; 6:1-6; 8:5, 14-17.





It might be argued, as the modernists do, that there is no need for a ladder of angels leading from earth to heaven as Jacob saw in his dream. God could well accomplish his purposes by other means. But Jehovah God simply has not chosen to do so. He also could have created everything himself, even as by himself he brought forth his only-begotten Son, the Word, later to be known as Jesus Christ. But God chose to let his Son serve as the active agent in the creation of all other creatures and things, thereby giving his Son much pleasure as well as receiving joy himself as he noted his Son’s dutiful course. (Prov. 8:22-30) This wise course Jehovah also pursued with the angels. They are not indispensable, but God has seen fit to create them for the purpose of giving them happiness and to serve his purposes in carrying out his will for them.

For one thing, angels are shown as ministering to God: “There were a thousand thousands that kept ministering to him.” Repeatedly they are pictured as being in his presence: “Seraphs were standing above him.” “I heard a voice of many angels around the throne.” Often they were sent to bring good news to man, thus serving as evangelists, as when they announced the birth of the Savior. God used angels to communicate his will to such of his servants as Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Daniel, Peter, Paul and others. And in that their messages became part of God’s written Word, they contributed toward the writing of the Bible.—Dan. 7:10; Isa. 6:2; Rev. 5:11; Luke 2:13.

Note also God’s use of angels in the life of Jesus. Angels announced his conception and birth. They ministered to him after his forty-day fast and strengthened him in his final trial. When the mob came to arrest him, twelve legions of angels were at his call had he chosen to ask for them. Angels also announced his resurrection and were present at his ascension into heaven.—Matt. 4:11; Luke 22:43; Matt. 26:53; 28:5-7; Acts 1:10, 11.

Angels are further shown as accompanying Jesus Christ when he comes for judgment, separating the wheat from the weeds and the sheep from the goats. Angels joined with Michael in his war on the dragon and his demons at the time of the birth of God’s kingdom in heaven. They will also support Michael in fighting the war of the great day of God the Almighty, Armageddon, even as in times of old they were used by Jehovah God to execute the wicked.—Matt. 13:41; 25:31; Rev. 12:7-10; 16:14, 16; 19:14.

And finally, God’s spirit messengers minister to his servants on earth today, which is a most comforting thought: “Are they not all spirits for public service, sent forth to minister for those who are going to inherit salvation?” “Do not despise one of these little ones, for I tell you that their angels in heaven always have access to my Father who is in heaven.” Not necessarily that each one of God’s faithful servants has an angel assigned to him; but that one angel is assigned to a number of God’s servants on earth.—Heb. 1:14; Matt. 18:10.

Yes, “the angel of Jehovah is encamping all around those fearing him and he rescues them.” “He will give his own angels a command concerning you, to guard you in all your ways.” True, angels do not appear visibly the way they did to the apostles to deliver them from prison and the way one appeared to Paul when he was shipwrecked. But we may rest assured that, regardless of the odds against us, regardless of how many foes press in upon us, had we spiritual vision we could see surrounding and protecting us armies of God’s spirit messengers, even as they protectingly surrounded the prophet Elisha and his servant when the king of Syria dispatched a heavy military force, including horses and war chariots, to capture Elisha.—Ps. 34:7; 91:11; Acts 5:19; 12:7; 27:23; 2 Ki. 6:13-17.

Truly, what God’s Word has to say about his spirit messengers, the angels, is both enlightening and faith-strengthening.

Oh the depth of God’s riches and wisdom and knowledge! How unsearchable his judgments are and past tracing out his ways are!—Romans 11:33.


The fact that John saw an angel having this good news indicates that the preaching of it would be under the direction of angels, and this is what we could expect in view of the role the angels played in bringing to humankind the good news of Jesus’ birth nineteen centuries ago. (Luke 2:9-14) Moreover, did not Jesus prophesy that angels would accompany him when he returned? (Matt. 24:30, 31; 25:31, 32) Besides, are we not told that these angels are “spirits for public service, sent forth to minister for those who are going to inherit salvation”? It is indeed a great comfort and source of encouragement to know that God’s angels are guiding, backing up and protecting those who are declaring the everlasting good news.—Heb. 1:14.



 Who are God’s ‘Anointed?

Notice that in this Bible translation, 2 Corinthians 1:21, 22 (for example) says, ‘The One who guarantees that we all belong to the Chosen One, and He who chose us, is God.’

So, why didn’t these translators just go ahead and render the word (Chosen One) as Christ – as countless other translators have done? Because Christ has almost totally lost its meaning to most Bible readers today, and most have come to believe that ‘Christ’ was part of Jesus’ name. It wasn’t.

If you look at the above verse in Greek, you’ll see that it reads, ‘Ho de bebaion hemas syn hymin eis Christon kai chrisas hemas Theos.’

Notice that Christon (Christ) and chrisas are both derived from the same root word, which is Greek for olive oil. Why olive oil? Because, that substance was traditionally poured over the heads of those who God chose to be kings over Israel. For example, David and Solomon were both anointed (oil was poured over their heads) in proof of the fact that they had been chosen by God to be kings over Israel. So, the word means anointed.

Therefore, the above verse could be literally translated, ‘The of stabilizing us with you into Anointed and anointing us God.’

Notice that in both cases where the words Anointed and anointing appear, we have usually translated it as Chosen One and chose. Why have we made this change? Because the casual Bible reader would likely be unfamiliar with the implications of the word anointed and miss the point.

Such a physical anointing with oil appeared to picture receiving God’s Holy Breath, which happened to Jesus at his baptism, to 120 of Jesus’ disciples at Pentecost of 33-C.E., and to other First-century Christians. So, Jesus didn’t really become the Christon (Christ, Anointed, or Chosen One) until he was anointed with Holy Breath at his baptism (when the ‘dove’ came down on him).

If you understand this nuance, you get the true meaning of the word Christ (Chosen One) as it applies to Jesus; it means that he was the one who God chose to be king over His people. Also, Paul was telling the Christians in Corinth that they would become ‘christs.’ For when they were ‘anointed’ and sealed in their hearts by God’s Holy Breath, they were selected to be ‘kings over the earth’ (Revelation 5:10).

Notice also what can be learned from a proper understanding of the Greek words by looking at Matthew 24:5, for there we have left the Greek word christon translated as ‘anointed.’ Why have we done that? Because the true meanings of Jesus’ words in that verse (and at Matthew 24:24) is unclear. Notice what Jesus said: In Greek it reads, ‘polloi yar eleusontai epi to onomatimou legontesegi eimi ho christos kai pollous elanesousin’ or, ‘many come (or go) on the name/my saying I/am the anointed and many stray.

As you can see, Jesus wasn’t necessarily telling us that many would come saying they were ‘Jesus the Christ,’ he was saying that many would come ‘in his name’ saying they are ‘the anointed,’ or those who were chosen for heavenly life. So, although it is true that some have claimed to be the Christ, many more have falsely claimed to be God’s anointed and they have misled multitudes.

However, when he says something similar at Matthew 24:24, he may have been (but wasn’t necessarily) saying that people would come claiming to be him. Notice what he actually said there: ‘Because false Chosen Ones and false prophets will arise and they will perform great signs and omens to mislead (if possible) even the elected. Now, I’ve warned you; so if people say, Look, he’s in the desert, don’t go there; or Look, he’s in the warehouse, don’t believe it.’

So, draw your own conclusions. If you examine those verses with an open mind you will see strong arguments for both conclusions.

Also notice that Jesus used a different word that could also be translated as ‘chosen ones’ at Matthew 24:24, but which we have translated as ‘elected.’ This comes from a different Greek word, eclectoi (the root for the English word elected), which likely means that among the called (or the nominated) they are the ones who have been elected by God.

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