Shema and the Unity of the Godhead



This is part of the ‘Is Yeshua YHWH?’ series

The Hebrew word ‘Shema’ (hear, do, obey) can mean ‘to gather together or to be united.’ In the Zohar, it explains that the Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4) reveals that YHWH is a unity. The Zohar further explains that the summation of the entire Torah is knowing that YHWH is Elohim. Therefore, the fulfillment of the Shema is when Israel and the nations know that YHWH and His name is a unity. When the exile is over and we enter into the Messianic era, Israel and the nations will know that YHWH is a unity, His name is a unity and that YHWH is Elohim.

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