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Christ said he was a Prophet

Many think Christ to be God, yet Christ him self said he was prophet.
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Christian ideology that Christ is God currently comes from both John and Paul, yet in the Bible he is declared as a prophet. Also this whole concept of man being God breaks the second commandment. Now this is not to take from him being the son of God, as what he said is those who do the work of God, are his brothers and sisters. Meaning those of God, are part of the family; as God is the creator of all, so making God father to all. Now during Yeshua's live he refers to him self as prophet.
Mat 13:57 And they were offended in Him. But Yeshua said to them, a prophet is not without honor, except in his own country and in his own house.

This quoted in all the gospels by the disciples.

Luk 24:19 And He said to them, what things? And they said to Him, The things concerning Yeshua of Nazareth, who was a man, a prophet mighty in deed and word before God and all the people,

This was after Christ death by one of the followers, to Christ him self after his resurrection. This clearly says he was a prophet, now since this was said to Christ him self, do you not think he would have said something? The other time I know of is in Revelation's and is spoken by an angel within heaven.

Rev 19:10 And I fell at his feet to worship him. And he said to me, See, do not do it! I am your fellow servant, and of your brothers who have the testimony of Yeshua. Worship God, for the testimony of Yeshua is the spirit of prophecy.

Now this is very clear worship God! Christ was the spirit of prophecy! This refers to them as separate entities; God being supreme and all that should be worshiped. This is clear; yet the forgery a chapter later as discussed in other articles adds confusion. In which they change the context of what is said, by giving the impression Christ is God and the alpha and omega. So the only people who refer to Christ as God and give this impression, is the Pharisees both John and Paul. This causes many to break the second commandment; which is Anti-Christ.
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