Isaiah 9:6 Trinity In Old Testament
Yeshayah 9:6 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)
6 (5) For unto us a yeled is born, unto us ben is given; and the misrah (dominion) shall be upon his shoulder; and Shmo shall be called Peleh (Wonderful), Yoetz (Counsellor), El Gibbor (Mighty G-d), Avi Ad (Possessor of Eternity), Sar Shalom (Prince of Peace).
Holy Spirit: Peleh Yoetz (Wonderful Counsellor)
Father: El Gibbor Avi Ad (Almighty God Father of Eternity)
Son: Sar Shalom (Son of King/Prince of Peace)
Avi is Father in Hebrew
The gospel of Matthew clearly documents that Jesus called himself the “Son of Man” and he was called by other people the “Son of God”; the gospel of Matthew says that Jesus was be called Emmanuel “God with us”. If Jesus is God in clothed in human flesh, then Jesus is not just the “Son of God”, but rather he is God. He is one of the persons of the trinity that form a single being God. Since Jesus was born from a human being, Marry while she was still a virgin, Jesus called himself the “Son of Man” to distinguish himself from the other two persons of God. It is not a contradiction for God to be three persons but one being. It may be similar to how conjoined Siamese twins can have two heads but one heart and one body, so that they are two persons but one indivisible organism. God is an eternal being that values love and community precisely because a three person eternal relationship exists. God is one eternal being that contains three persons each with their own emotion, intellect, and will; three persons of God are the Father, the Son, and the Spirit. Jesus is fully one of the three persons of God, but he also is fully human also. It is not a contradiction for Jesus to be both fully a person of God and fully human. It is similar to how it not a contradiction for a person to be both the director of a movie and also an actor within the movie. Jesus is fully human and fully one of the three persons of God. Jesus is the Lord, Judge, and Arbitrator for humanity precisely because he is fully human and fully one of the three persons of God.