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"And the Lord rained upon Sodom and Gomorrha brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven."
[Genesis 19:24]

New discoveries!! - for anyone who is interested- read on!

This is factual.......
(As seen, in Genesis 18, there are TWO Lord's mentioned in Genesis 18. -some translators mistake it for an error - and have removed it thinking it flows better, but it's not a mistake- the explanation is …More
"And the Lord rained upon Sodom and Gomorrha brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven."
[Genesis 19:24]

New discoveries!! - for anyone who is interested- read on!

This is factual.......
(As seen, in Genesis 18, there are TWO Lord's mentioned in Genesis 18. -some translators mistake it for an error - and have removed it thinking it flows better, but it's not a mistake- the explanation is that it is one of many Scripture passages where two members of the Holy Trinity speak, act etc.. in the same passage.

None-Trinitarians view it as a mistake and scrap one of them...

St Augustine said that the 3 people who visited Abraham, were the Holy Trinity. They were on their way to condemn Sodom and destroy it with fire. In Genesis 18, Three persons, clearly Divine, arrive to see Abraham whom he bows down in worship to. He offers them food, they eat, and afterwards, one of the Divine persons returns to Heaven, and the other two proceed, on foot down to Sodom to pass judgement on it. It is clear that they were not "spirits" since they ate food prepared by Abraham, yet neither were they HUMANS, since Abraham called them "Lord" and offered them worship. Neither were they "Angels" as some translations have renamed them to be, since Sacred Scripture makes it clear that Angels do not permit mortals to give them the worship that is due to God alone.

Genesis 18 - suggests One God in - 3 Divine Persons!!! A Trinitarian Passage - Proof of The Trinity during the Old Testament (just one example there are many such occurrences...

Genesis 18 in greater detail.

[1] And the Lord appeared to him in the vale of Mambre as he was sitting at the door of his tent, in the very heat of the day. [2] And when he had lifted up his eyes, there appeared to him three men standing near him: and as soon as he saw them he ran to meet them from the door of his tent, and adored down to the ground. [3] And he said: Lord, if I have found favour in thy sight, pass not away from thy servant:

New discoveries - the discovery of the pre-Christian Aramaic translations of the Old Testament

Our Lord Jesus told the Jews in St John's Gospel that He had stood before Abraham and they found it impossible to believe... . "you are scarcely 50 years old! How can YOU have seen Abraham?" (John 8 ) However, it is clear, that prior to His Incarnation, He did just that! For it is clear that in Genesis 18, all 3 of the members of the Holy Trinity are before Abraham.
Christ, The Divine Word, (Name of the pre-incarnate Jesus Christ (more on that in a moment) along with God the Lord of Hosts (The Father) and the Holy Spirit. One of the three persons of the Holy Trinity returns to Heaven, the other two venture forth to Sodom to carry out Divine Retribution on the city due to the crime of Sodom which has since then been called "Sodomy."

St Augustine acknowledges this Truth (and the early Church Fathers agree with him)

St John's Gospel says of Christ that He created all - and was there at the Begining with God the Father, and that His name prior to His Incarnation was "The Word"

John Chapter One
[1] In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God...

St John goes on to say.......[3] All things were made by Him . and in verse [14] he confirms "And the Word was made FLESH, and dwelt among us, (and we saw His Glory, the Glory as it were of the only begotten of the Father,) full of Grace and Truth.

www.drbo.org/chapter/50001.htm

Here is the confirmation of the pre-existance of the "Divine Word" who became "Jesus Christ" in the recently published ancient (pre-dating Christianity) Aramaic copies of the Old Testament Canon....

Prior to the time of Christ, Scriptures were available in the Aramaic Language which have recently been refound and are being published under the name of "The Aramaic Targums". It is beyond belief! The Vatican and Catholic Theologians have made no effort to speak of them . They are showing, that there has been a deliberate attempt to disguise an ancient historicity of the Hebrew belief in the Triune God. For with the discovery of the Aramaic Scriptures - it is clear that some person called "The Memra" (The Word) who is Divine is spoken of in them.

See the first few lines of the Aramaic Genesis 1 in use before the time of Christ's Incarnation.....

From the beginning with wisdom the Memra (The Word) of the Lord created and perfected the heavens and the earth. And the earth was waste and unformed, desolate of man and beast, empty of plant cultivation and of trees, and darkness was spread over the face of the abyss; and the spirit of mercy (Holy Spirit) from before the Lord was blowing over the surface of the waters.

What is obvious now, is that due to the advent of Christ and Trinitarian Theology, alterations were made that did not affect the Targums (as they were previously lost)
As in the hebrew alterations of prophecies pointing clearly to Christ removing the Christian symbolism where necessary, (see the Dead Sea Scrolls! They agree with us!) it is now obvious that AFTER the birth of Christ, somebody revised the entire Hebrew and Greek Canon, removing from texts certain passages making reference to the pre-incarnate Christ as "The Divine Word". When the Targums are put side by side with the Hebrew Texts (or the Septuagint) and compared - it is easy to see that alterations have been made. Whenever the use of Christ's title "The Word (ie Memra) in the Targum text is found, when you look over to see what the Hebrew or Greek texts say at the same place, it becomes evident that on each occasion "Memra" been altered to say something different.

eg As a Targum the passage used earlier in Genesis 19 would state this....

"....and then the Lord Memra rained down fire and brimstone on Sodom and Gomorrah from Yahweh in Heaven....

In the Old Testament Canon, every instance where should be found a reference to Christ as the "Memra" aka "Word" has been altered to either also read "Lord" or for some reason, even occasionally altered to "The Angel of the Lord" either is a pre-incarnation appearance of CHRIST! according to the Targum Scriptures.

At the time of Christ, St John clearly knew of "The Memra" and was aware that He was the incarnate Christ.

A couple of quick examples. Still found in the Modern Bibles which show clearly that "The Word" is a Divine Person.....

Psalm 33 [6] By the Word of the LORD were the heavens made; and all the host of them by the breath of his mouth.

"Thy Almighty Word leapt down from heaven from thy royal throne, as a fierce conqueror into the midst of the land of destruction."
[Wisdom 18:15]

Just Google -
1 examples of the Trinity in the Old Testament.....
2 Jesus "The Divine Word" Memra, Logos