Many biblical commentators claim that the seven horns and seven eyes of the Lamb are symbolic and should not be taken literally. This is one hundred percent false.

Exodus 20:3-5 forbids having other eluhiym before Yahuw’ah and making graven images for worship purposes. In effect it bans religion. Yet it does not ban serving El Most High who is also the Lamb, since the two often worked together. That commandment had in mind the golden calf representing Hathor, Ba’al, Asherah, the worship of the sun, moon and planets, et cetera.

When one changes the name Yahuw’ah to Jehovah or Yahweh, then paints images purporting to represent them, then one is breaking this commandment. Another eluhiym is created whose religion is idolatry. As punishment sickness and disaster often ensue.

The same applies to Yeshuwa. When called Jesus or Ίησοΰς and then images, sculptures and drawings claiming to represent him are created and form part of worship, then the commandments in Exodus 20 are broken.

FIMIOL photographs are published to provide true and clear representations of Yahuw’ah and Yeshuwa’s appearances.

To then spurn and mock the photographs of the Lamb or Yeshuwa at Netserah (Nazareth) is like Jews telling Him that He is a Samaritan and has a demon (John 8:48). One knows what happened to them.

That said, those with the true Spirit of Truth, whose name is Yahbeth, will immediately recognise Him as the Lord of Glory and thank Yahuw’ah for revealing Him to a misguided world.

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