Could this be true, what Most believe, Yeshua, is GOD, because Matthew called Yeshua, Immanuel, (which means, God with us)?
The Birth of Jesus Christ
18 Now the birth of Jesus Christe took place in this way. When his mother Mary had been betrothedf to Joseph, before they came together she was found to be with child from the Holy Spirit. 19 And her husband Joseph, being a just man and unwilling to put her to shame, resolved to divorce her quietly. 20 But as he considered these things, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying, “Joseph, son of David, do not fear to take Mary as your wife, for that which is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. 21 She will bear a son, and you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.” 22 All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had spoken by the prophet:
23 “Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son,
and they shall call his name Immanuel”
We take a pause, for a moment.
As we have seen, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph, in a dream, and said Mary, will bear a son, who shall be called the name of Jesus.
We know throughout, Yeshua’s ministry, His name was Yeshua. And we do not see anywhere else, where He was referred to as Immanuel.
We also see, how an angel of the Lord, did not say, the child would be, GOD ALMIGHTY himself.
We now turn to Luke 1:30, 35, and there we see, the Angel is called Gabriel, who was sent from GOD.
At this point, please notice the meaning of Gabriel’s name: "God is my strength"',
Birth of Jesus Foretold.
Notice, there is NOTHING said by the Angel Gabriel, that GOD ALMIGHTY Himself would become FLESH, and be a CHILD, and be His own SON, and let people crucify and KILL HIM, that is, if GOD could DIE.
In fact, there are NO SUCH teachings, ANYWHERE in the Bible, teaching, and saying, GOD ALMIGHTY would send Himself and become the Lamb of Himself.
We now return back to the end of Matthew 1:23, where most believe Mathew was saying Yeshua, is GOD ALMIGHTY:
Was Matthew now, CONTRADICTING, what the Angel Gabriel said?
Because the Angel Gabriel said: therefore, the child to be born will be the Son of God.
And Matthew said, (which means, God with us).
We now clearly see, if the child is the Son of God.
And Matthew meant the child is actually the same GOD, He was BORN from, we would have a very clear CONTRADICTION.
Because if the child is actually the same GOD, He was BORN from, the child would not be the SON of GOD, which He was BORN from.
And we see yet again, the Trinitarians are creating another clear CONTRADICTION.
In John 17:3, Yeshua prayed saying His Father is the only TRUE GOD, and gave us His name, as Yeshua.
Again, we see nothing said by Yeshua that He is the only TRUE GOD, but in fact excluded Himself from being the only TRUE GOD.
Unlike the TRINITY faith, there are NO CONTRADICTIONS, by Matthew, whatsoever.
We know Matthew under inspiration, was referring to this great fulfilled prophecy from Isaiah 7:14:
Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.
Notice even Trinitarian teachers, like Jimmy Swaggart, say the name Immanuel, referred to Isaiah’s little Son.
The prediction here is that the two kings of Syria and Israel will be killed, This happen, as stated, about 3 years later. 2 Kings 15:30.
Notice what we read in: Ellicott’s Commentary for English Readers.
Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers
(8) The stretching out of his wings.--The metaphor within a metaphor is quite after the manner of Isaiah. The armies of Assyria are like a river in flood; the outspread waters on either side of the main stream are like the expanded wings of a great bird sweeping down on its prey.
Shall fill the breadth of thy land, O Immanuel.--The prophet has not forgotten, however, the nomen et omen of the earthly child, now growing towards the time when he would be able to “choose the good and refuse the evil."
The land over which the flood sweeps belongs to Him who is, in very deed, “God with us." In Psalm 46:1-4 we have the prophecy turned into a hymn, or, less probably, the hymn which was the germ of the prophecy. The parallelism, in any case, is so clear as to make it certain that the two were contemporary, and refer to the same events. The same may be said, perhaps, of all the psalms of the sons of Korah. The hope of the psalmist fastens on the thought, "the Lord of hosts is with us" (Psalm 46:7; Psalm 46:11).
(9) Associate yourselves, O ye people . . .--Better, O ye peoples. The words are not limited to the confederacy of Syria and Ephraim, but are, as it were, a challenge to all the peoples of the earth, far and near. No plan against the Divine kingdom, of which the earthly kingdom of the house of David was, for the time, the representative, shall prosper.
The prophet falls back once more on the abiding promise of the name Immanuel (“with us is God”).
If the Trinitarian claim is true, that the name Immanuel, means Jesus is GOD ALMIGHTY.
And if the Trinitarian claim is true, that the name Immanuel, is also the name for, Isaiah’s little son, then Isaiah’s little Son, was also GOD ALMIGHTY.
Good scholars agree, that the name Immanuel, was a prophetic title, for the Messiah Yeshua, and is an abbreviated form, meaning GOD almighty the father is among mankind, by and through His SON, which is why, Matthew said,
Notice what we read in the: HELPS Word-studies:
Iēsoús – Jesus, the transliteration of the Hebrew term, (“Yehoshua"/Jehoshua, contracted to "Joshua") which means "Yahweh saves" (or "Yahweh is salvation").