8. I am not no Messiah, I’m no Christ. GOD IDENTIFIED BY HIS CHARACTERISTICS. BEAUMONT, TX 64-0311
159 A vision. Now, remember, I am not no Messiah. I'm no Christ. But He is here. That's what I'm trying to get you to see. He's here; He's keeping His Word.
9. En Morphe. [Form of man]
Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God: UNVEILING OF GOD. JEFF. IN 64-0614M
52 If you notice here in Philippians he said, "Not thinking it robbery, but took the form of man..."
Now, the Greek word there for that form, I've been looking at it all day yesterday, trying to think out what it was, I find, come with this word of "en morphe." It's spelled e-n m-o-r-p-h-e. Looking in the Greek to find out what "en morphe" was... I may pronounce that wrong, but I... Reason I spell it, when if the tape is released, the people will, scholars will know what I--I mean by it. He... When the "en morphe"... That means that "He changed Hisself." He--He come down. Now, the Greek word there means that "something that could not be seen, yet it's there, and then it's changed, and the eye can catch it." See?
Like Elijah was at Dothan. See, the--the servant couldn't see all those Angels around there, and God just changed, not brought the Angels down, but He changed the seeing of the servant. And there was the mountains full of Angels, and fire, and horses of fire, chariots of fire, all around His prophet. See? They... He changed the seeing. The--the thing is already there.
So that what I'm trying to say, that God that always was is here. The only thing He done when He become man, He changed His mask. See? He--He... This en morphe, He--He changed Himself to what He was, to what He is, or His mask, another act.
Like in a great drama... As I was speaking this morning, kind of catching up on this of Shakespeare. It's been a long time. But when Shakespeare wrote the--the--the drama, the--for King James of England, when he... The character of Macbeth... See, Shakespeare did not believe in witches, but in the play... Where the King did believe in witches, so he had to include witches. See? And now, in order to do this, they changed the cast.
Becky here, in Carmen they acted that in the--in the school where she just graduated a few weeks ago. Now, maybe one person played three or four parts. In order to do that he--he changed his mask. Sometimes he comes out he's this character, and the next time he comes out he's another character. But it is the same person all the time.
And that's God. He changed Himself from--from a Pillar of Fire to become a Man; then changed Hisself from that back in the Spirit again, that He might dwell in man: God acting in man what He really was. Jesus Christ was God acting in Man, in a Man, in a Man. That's what He was. He changed from the Pillar of Fire, and then had come in, which was the veil in the wilderness that hid God from Israel. Moses seen the shape of His body, but really He was hid all the time behind this Pillar of Fire, which was the Logos that went from God.
Now, we find here, now, since Pentecost God is not acting in man, or acting--now He's acting through man. See? He was acting in a Man then: Jesus. Now, He's acting through man that He has chosen for this purpose. God in the form of man, He changed Himself from the form of--of a--of God to a form of man.
60 He came in three names, three sons' names. He came in the Son--the name of the Son of--of man, the Son of David, and the Son of God: three sons' names.
IDENTIFIED CHRIST OF ALL AGES. TOPEKA, KS 64-0617
77 Remember, God changes His form. "En morphe," the Greek word means "He puts on a different mask." Like in Carmen or something, or--or Shakespeare's plays, He's--He's like an Actor, He changes His form. All what those prophets were, that was God in those prophets. Jesus said so, "You call them gods, who the Word of God came to: and here I am, the Son of God, how do you condemn Me?" Oh, my.