“I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.”(Revelation 1:8) KJV
The Lord Jesus refers to Himself as the Alpha and the Omega. There’s more than one way to understand this, but it’s possible to use deduction to ascertain which is the correct one.
- Alpha is the beginning, Omega is the ending;
- This refers to 2 states.
- However there is a [was], an [is], and a [to come];
- This refers to 3 states.
- IF Jesus is both Alpha and Omega;
- This refers to 2 states.
- IF Jesus is a combination of Alpha and Omega;
- We now have 3 states:
- Omega &
- Alpha and Omega.
- We now have 3 states:
We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.– Matty’s Razor
God the Father is wisdom who has existed from eternity as Hydrogen (H+). He is Alpha. In an act of conception He fused with the Holy Spirit, Oxygen (ΩO2-). She is Omega. They begat God the Son (Hydroxyl, OH–). Alpha and Omega. The Son (OH–) in a plasma with H+, was the deep (H2O). Our Lord Jesus Christ is the Son of God who is the only begotten of the Father.
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.(John 3:16) ESV
As ridiculous as this may sound we find enough meaning in the Greek to support these ideas, and it opens the door to a deeper knowledge of physics and chemistry as a way to understand part of the nature of God.
Understanding the chemical properties of Alpha, Omega and Alpha and Omega, shows us that the new heaven and new Earth will be constructed from a series of elements based on ΩOxygen, not on Hydrogen.
- IF the foundation of the world is an act of conception where H+ bonded with ΩO2- to form ΩOH– and H+ in a plasma matrix referred to as the deep (H2O),
- AND if the deep is the Son of God through whom all things were made,
- THEN the chemical properties of OH– must be a physical manifestation of the purpose for which the Son of God was begotten.
I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.(Revelation 22:13) KJV
- alpha – the first letter of the Greek alphabet which represents the Lord as the unoriginated originator of all life and all that is eternal,
- omega – the final letter of the Greek alphabet; (figuratively) God’s infinity (endlessness).
Alpha is indeed the beginning, but when we speak of omega as last or ending it really means infinity or endlessness. As such, omega is not an end, but the ending which goes on for ever. It’s the next life. I am Alpha (Hydrogen) and Omega (Oxygen), the first (proton) and the last (infinity).
- Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
- believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
- confess your sin.
And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.(Revelation 21:6) KJV
Alpha: Ἄλφα – alpha
- A – alpha, the first letter of the Greek alphabet. 1/a (alpha) is used as a prefix (called its “privative use”) and typically means “no” or “not” (= “un-,” “without”).
- [Greek words, whose first letter (of the root) is alpha, can not take an “alpha-privative” to negate them, so the only way to express their “antithesis” is using a negative particle before them (e.g. mē, ou).]
- Example: There is no single word for “unforgiveness” in the NT because the first letter is already alpha (“a”) – so a negative has to be used separately like, “not forgive” (ou/mē aphiēmi). “Righteousness/judge” (dikē) however does not begin in Greek with the letter “a” so unrighteousness is formed by using the prefix alpha (adikia).
First: πρῶτος – prótos
- first, before, principal, most important.
- prṓtos (an adjective, derived from pró, “before, forward”) – first (foremost). prṓtos (“first, foremost”) is the superlative form of pró (“before”) meaning “what comes first” (is “number one”).
- 1. either in time or place, in any succession of things or of persons;
- a. absolutely (i. e. without a noun) and substantively; α. with the article: ὁ πρῶτος καί ὁ ἔσχατος, i. e. the eternal One; the first of two.
- b. where it agrees with some substantive;
- 2. first in rank, influence, honor; chief; principal: without the article, and absolutely, πρῶτος chief
- 3. neuter πρῶτον as adverb, first, at the first;
- a. in order of time:
- b. in enumerating several particulars; first, then, etc.:
- Forms and Transliterations include:
- PRoTON prôton PRŌTON prōtōn prṓton prṓtōn prō̂ton
Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.(Revelation 1:11) KJV
Omega: Ὦ – omega
- Ō (long ō, originally formed by pronouncing two short o’s/omikrons together, cf. Zodhiates, Dictionary) – the final letter of the Greek alphabet; (figuratively) God’s infinity (endlessness), in contrast to alpha – the first letter of the Greek alphabet which represents the Lord as the unoriginated originator of all life and all that is eternal.
- In the NT, 5598 (“Ōmega“) is always used of the glorified Christ (Rev 1:8, 21;6, 22:13), referring to His absolute limitlessness to meet all the needs of finite (limited) people.
- [Ōmega is the twenty-fourth (final) letter of the Greek alphabet, which begins with 1 /A (“alpha“).]
Last: ἔσχατος – eschatos
- last, at the last, finally, till the end.
- ésxatos (from esxaton, “end, last”) – properly, last, final (the furthest, extreme-end). /esxatos (“future things”), the root of “eschatology” is “the study of last things.” This includes future Bible prophecy, the end-times, and life after death (“the after-life”).
- 1. joined to nouns: τόπος, the last in a series of places (A. V. lowest),
- 2. ὁ, ἡ, τό ἔσχατον absolutely or with the genitive,
- a. of time: οἱ ἔσχατοι, who had come to work last,
- b. of space: τό ἔσχατον τῆς γῆς, the uttermost part, the end, of the earth,
- c. of rank, grade of worth, last i. e. lowest:
In our model this rather dry-sounding scientific concept is literally true since God is both alpha (Hydrogen the Father) and omega (ΩOxygen the Holy Spirit) as separate elemental spirits, but it’s of particular significance when spoken by the Lord Jesus Christ who is the combination of both, alpha and omega, in the form of the Hydroxyl ion (ΩOH–).
It’s even more poignant when we realize that the beginning, Hydrogen, of which this material world was made, will transition to the ending by combining with Oxygen, and that the end (the final new heaven and new Earth) will be composed of a series of elements which are based on ΩOxygen, not Hydrogen. We can find all this meaning in the definitions of the Greek words.
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