This page is briefly address the scriptures presented in posting called "Who is the Single Person Lord God Who Directly Appears to and Covenants With God's People in the Entire Bible?" The posting is written by "Rev". Mario I Quitoriano, evidently of what is being styled as "The Trinitarian All For Jesus Ekklesia Of The Lord God". "Desptite the title, what is actually given are assumptions that are thought prove that Jehovah is more than one person (trinitarian added-on dogma). The conjecture being presented is that Jehovah is more than one person, and thus it is being further assumed that it was not the Father who appeared, but rather it was the second person of the alleged triune Jehovah who appear. It is being imagined and assumed that it is only the "first person" of the imagined and assumed trinune God that cannot be seen, but that the imagined and assumed second person of the imagine and assumed triune God can be seen. While a lot of scriptures are presented, none of them offer any support that Jehovah God is more than one person, and that it was Jesus who made the appearances as "Jehovah" in the Bible.
As I stated in my study, the default scriptural reasoning is not to imagine and assume that Jesus is Jehovah, and then to further imagine and assume that Jesus is a person of Jehovah, but rather it is that Jesus is not Jehovah.
Jehovah, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, is the only true Supreme Being who sent Jesus; Jesus speaks the words given to him from the only true Supreme Being. — Exodus 3:13,14; Deuteronomy 18:15-19; Isaiah 61:1; John 3:34; 5:19; 6:29; 7:16,28; 8:26,28,42; 10:36; 12:44-50; 14:10,24; 17:1,3,8; Acts 3:13-26; 1 Corinthians 8:6; Galatians 4:4; Hebrews 1:1,2; 1 John 4:9,10.
It is the God and Father of Jesus who has made Jesus both Lord and Christ (Ezekiel 34:23,24; Isaiah 61:1,2; Acts 2:36), and has exalted him to the highest position in the universe, next to the only Most High.– Acts 2:33,36; 5:31; Philippians 2:9; Ephesians 1:3,17-23; 1 Corinthians 15:27; Hebrews 1:4; 1 Peter 3:22.
The default reasoning is that Jesus is NOT Jehovah, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob who sanctified and sent His son into the world of mankind. — Isaiah 61:1; John 3:17; 5:36,37; 6:38,57; 8:42; 10:36; 17:1,3; Romans 8:3; Galatians 4:4; 1 John 4:9-14.
Alleged Plurality of God and Elohim
The claim is presented and assumed that "plurality of Subjects or Persons in the Biblical GOD (ELOHIM) [Gen. 1:26] and/or LORD (YAHWEH) GOD (ELOHIM) [Gen. 3:22] and/or LORD (YAHWEH) [Gen. 11:6-7]."
Genesis 1:26, Genesis 3:22 and Genesis 11:6,7 simply show that the unipersonal Elohim spoke to or of someone else who is not Himself. There is nothing there about God as being more than one person. Elohim in Genesis 1:26 does not mean more than one person as can be seen from its usage in Genesis 1:2; Exodus 7:1 and Psalm 45:7. See the following studies:
“Let Us”: God Speaks to His Son
More to follow, God willing...******