Hebrews 1:8

Jehovah’s Witnesses believe, like most trinitarians, that Jesus and Jehovah are separate beings. Where they differ from the view of trinitarians is on the God aspect. In Jehovah’s Witnesses doctrine, Jesus is not, and cannot, be God. Yet most Christian denominations believe that Jesus is God. One of the strongest biblical arguments for Jesus being God is But about the Son, he saysHebrews 1:8. However, this is only true if you read every bible except the New World Translation.

A Hebrews 1:8 Comparison

New World Translations

In every version of the New World Translations, you’ll notice that they avoid calling the Son “God”.

Hebrews 1:8 in the New World Translation (1950)
Hebrews 1:8 in the Kingdom Interlinear Translation (1969)
Hebrews 1:8 in the New World Translation (1984)
Hebrews 1:8 in the New World Translation (2013)

All other Bibles

There is not a single bible in the list below that avoids stating that the Son is God.

Hebrews 1:8 in the 21st Century King James Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the American King James Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the American Standard Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the Amplified Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Amplified Bible Classic Edition
Hebrews 1:8 in the Blue Red & Gold Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Common English Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Complete Jewish Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Contemporary English Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Darby Translation
Hebrews 1:8 in the Disciple's Literal New Testament
Hebrews 1:8 in the Douay-Rheims 1899
Hebrews 1:8 in the Easy-to-Read Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the English Standard Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the English Standard Version Anglicised
Hebrews 1:8 in the Expanded Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the 1599 Geneva Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the God's Word Translation
Hebrews 1:8 in the Good News Translation
Hebrews 1:8 in the Holman Christian Standard Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the International Children's Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the International Standard Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the J.B. Phillips New Testament
Hebrews 1:8 in the Jubilee Bible 2000
Hebrews 1:8 in the King James Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the Lexham English Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Living Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Message
Hebrews 1:8 in the Modern English Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament
Hebrews 1:8 in the Names of God Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the New American Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the New American Standard Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the New Century Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the New English Translation
Hebrews 1:8 in the New International Reader's Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the New International Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the New International Version (UK)
Hebrews 1:8 in the New King James Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the New Life Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the New Living Translation
Hebrews 1:8 in the New Revised Standard Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the New Revised Standard Version Anglicised
Hebrews 1:8 in the New Revised Standard Version Anglicised Catholic Edition
Hebrews 1:8 in the New Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition
Hebrews 1:8 in the Revised Standard Version
Hebrews 1:8 in the Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition
Hebrews 1:8 in the Voice
Hebrews 1:8 in the World English Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in the Worldwide English New Testament
Hebrews 1:8 in the Wycliffe Bible
Hebrews 1:8 in Young's Literal Translation

An incredible 53 bibles have been compared to the 4 versions of the New World Translation. Not one single version has attempted to avoid stating that Jesus is God. The New World Translation is on its own in avoiding to state that God the Father called his own Son “God”. Even the Greek in the Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society’s Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Greek Scriptures shows in context that the Father has called the Son “God”.

 

Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society’s Translation

If we look at the Greek & English Comparison text found in the Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Greek Scriptures (KIT), we find the following:

προς δέ τόν υίόν  Ό θρόνος σου δ θεός είς τόν αίώνα τού αίώνος, καί ή ράβδος τής εύθύτητος δικαιοσύνη ράβδος τής βασιλείας αύτού.

toward but the Son The throne of you the God into the age of the age, and the staff of the straightness staff of the kingdom of him.

Even the KIT clearly shows in the Greek text that the Son is God. How? Let’s break it down:

toward but the Son

In the context of the verses, God the Father is directing his comments to his Son.

The throne of you the God into the age of the age

In the Greek, you’ll notice that The Throne (Ό θρόνος) starts with an inverted comma to highlight the fact that someone is talking (God the Father). Here the father is clearly saying to Jesus, the Son, “The Throne of you the God”. Jehovah has called Jesus “the God” and that his throne would last into the age of the age, in other words, his rule would last forever and ever.

However, when we look at the New World Translation’s transliteration of this text, they have introduced the verb “is” and placed it before “the throne” thus rendering the verse incomprehensible:

But with reference to the Son: “God is your throne forever, and [the] scepter of your kingdom is the scepter of uprightness.

What does this even mean? God is your throne? Wouldn’t it make more sense to place the verb “is” after “your throne”? This would make sense of the verse:

But with reference to the Son: “God your throne is forever, and [the] scepter of your kingdom is the scepter of uprightness.

There is only one reason why the New World Translation is different to all other bibles in existence in relation to Hebrews 1:8 and that is because Jehovah’s Witnesses cannot accept that Jesus is God. It conflicts with their doctrine and also it would diminish the value they place in using “Jehovah” in their identity. After all, if Jesus is God then being a “Jehovah’s Witness” is only being a witness of one aspect of God. So, it’s more important for the Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society to render a verse incomprehensible than have it conflict with their doctrine.

  • Albert

    There still a fundamental problem with using that scripture to prove the Trinity. And that is that Hebrews 1:8 is actually a quote from the old testament psalms 45:6 and the scripture in the Old Testament is addressing a human king. If one was to presume that this Statement was in some way indicating that the one being spocken about was God then you would have to conclude that the human king Who these words were originally addressed to what also have to be God.

    • Thank you for your input. Hebrews 1:8 is citing Psalms 45:6,7 as you state. However, although Psalms is addressing a human king, the author of Hebrews is re-applying the scripture to Jesus, the Son of God. Jesus was a human and then returned to his Father as God. Therefore, one “would have to conclude that the human king Who these words were originally addressed to”, and of which Hebrews are citing, refer to Jesus Christ.

      • Albert

        This human King was in all likelihood was Solomon. He was called God or God was said to be his throne in ether case it’s clear that this phrase does not invariably mean that the one who receives this identification is God.

        • Mik

          Albert , you must remember that it’s how the N.T. apostles used O.T. verses that is the clue to understanding Heb 1:8 . Paul in writing Heb 1:8 draws upon Ps 45:6-7 in order to explain why Jesus is so superior to angels . The king mentioned in Ps 45 prefigured Christ , foreshadowed Him : whereas “God” was used in a figurative way about this Israelite king , it finds full expression in the life of Jesus . This same thing is done with Isa 7:14 , the apostles used in a similar way to show that the full expression of Isa 7;14 is the truth about Jesus in the N.T. The first chapter of Hebrews presents an extended argument for the superiority of Jesus over angels . Heb 1:6 bolsters the truth about Jesus and vr 8 merely adds more . Jesus , the apostle writes , is properly worshiped by all angels ( vr 6 ) and can rightly be called God ( vr 8 ) . Listen to what the Father commands :

          ” And let all God’s angels worship him . ” [ Heb 1:6 NWT 1950 ed].

          ” And let all God’s angels worship him .” [ NWt 1970 revised ].

          Jesus deserves to be worshiped . It pleases the Father to have it so . It indicates that one has a personal relationship with Jesus which is the Father’s arrangement for all those who wish to gain His approval for life . We are to “Come unto Jesus ” ( Matt 11:28 ) he has the authority and ability to forgives sins Thus we need to ask him for pardon . By doing so the Father then will accept us . The Christian life is to experience a intimate fellowship with both the Father and the Son , and part of this involves worship of them . Sweet daily fellowship with each is the result of complying with the Father’s arrangement — 1 Cor 1:9 .

          • Albert

            It seems that your assuming that Ps 45:6-7 and Isa 7:14 are indications of god hood. First off this entire article neglects to adress the point that it’s is just as reasonable if not more reasonable to translate the verse in Hebrews 1:6 as “your divine throne” or “God is your throne”. To sidestep the issue the writer merely shows that most translations don’t render it that way. And then accuses the WT as doing so out of religious bias. Now that is a fair conclusion however he neglected to point out that these other translations suffer from the same sort of pre doctrinal bias. The OT did frequently contain parallels and preludes to the Messiah, however I don’t believe it is reasonable to conclude that these Quotes indicate that Christ was part of a triune Godhead. You continue to assert that the grater fulfillment in Christ is that he was God. That conclusion does not come simply reading the OT verses and then seeing how they are applied to Christ. I would charge you with the same doctrinal bias that you charge the WT with. Remember just because majority choose to believe something does not mean that it is true. In order to support the trinity all throughout the early translation of the scriptures “scholars” have added complete verses to the bible. So to say that the bias and mistranslation is only one-sided would be a distortion of the facts. 1 Tim 3:16, 1 John 5:7, 1 John 3:16, and acts 7:59 are just a few examples of deliberate mistranslation in the KJV. I’m not going to tell you that your belief in the trinity is unreasonable because that would take a virtually endless debate, however what I can say is that trusting translation or translators who are influenced by hundreds of years of doctrine and mistranslation is unreasonable. The scriptures and the conclusions drawn from them must stand on their own, free from creeds and the constraints of established doctrine.

          • Are you saying that it is more reasonable to just accept the more recent, young and oft changed translations provided by Jehovah’s Witnesses?

            I just have one question for you: Is it Jehovah’s Kingdom or is it Jesus’ Kingdom?

            Please refer back to Hebrews 1:8 to help you answer the question and notice how long that person will rule the kingdom. Compare your answer with the slogan for The Watchtower magazine and compare with Luke 1:32. And please, if you could, find me a scripture in the New World Translation where it talks to “Jehovah’s Kingdom”.

          • Albert

            I don’t really see how talking about who’s kingdom it is really relates to the subject at hand but I will humor you.

            To answer your question it is Jesus kingdom. Dan. 7:13-14   “I saw in the night visions, and behold, with the clouds of heaven there came one like a son of man, and he came to the Ancient of Days and was presented before him. 14 And to him was given dominion and glory and a kingdom, that all peoples, nations and languages
            should serve him; his dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not pass away, and his kingdom one that shall not be destroyed.

            1Pe 3:22 He is at God’s right hand, for he went to heaven, and angels and authorities and powers were made subject to him.

            Eph 1:22 He also subjected all things under his feet and made him head over all things with regard to the congregation,

            Lu 1:32, 33 This one will be great and will be called Son of the Most High, and Jehovah God will give him the throne of David his father,33and he will rule as King over the house of Jacob forever, and there will be no end to his Kingdom.”

            2Pe 1:11 In fact, in this way you will be richly granted entrance into the everlasting Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

            For 1000 years during Christs rule his faithful worshippers will join him in ruling.

            Rev 3:21 To the one who conquers I will grant to sit down with me on my throne, just as I conquered and sat down with my Father on his throne.

            Matthew 19:28 Jesus said to them: “Truly I say to you, in the re-creation, when the Son of man sits down on his glorious throne, you who have followed me will sit on 12 thrones, judging the 12 tribes of Israel.

            Lu 22:28, 29 “However, you are the ones who have stuck with me in my trials;29and I make a covenant with you, just as my Father has made a covenant with me, for a kingdom,

            Da 7:27 “‘And the kingdom and the rulership and the grandeur of the kingdoms under all the heavens were given to the people who are the holy ones of the Supreme One. Their kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and all rulerships will serve and obey them.’

            Revelation 1:6 and he made us to be a kingdom, priests to his God and Father—yes, to him be the glory and the might forever. Amen.

            Revelation 5:5-But one of the elders said to me: “Stop weeping. Look! The Lion of the tribe of Judah, the root of David, has conquered so as to open the scroll and its seven seals.” 6 And I saw standing in the midst of the throne and of the four living creatures and in the midst of the elders a lamb that seemed to have been slaughtered, having seven horns and seven eyes, and the eyes mean the seven spirits of God that have been sent out into the whole earth. 7 At once he came forward and took it out of the right hand of the One seated on the throne. 8 When he took the scroll, the four living creatures and the 24 elders fell down before the Lamb, and each one had a harp and golden bowls that were full of incense. (The incense means the prayers of the holy ones.) 9 And they sing a new song, saying: “You are worthy to take the scroll and open its seals, for you were slaughtered and with your blood you bought people for God out of every tribe and tongue and people and nation, 10 and you made them to be a kingdom and priests to our God, and they are to rule as kings over the earth.”

            Revelation 20:4-6 4 And I saw thrones, and those who sat on them were given authority to judge. Yes, I saw the souls of those executed for the witness they gave about Jesus and for speaking about God, and those who had not worshipped the wild beast or its image and had not received the mark on their forehead and on their hand. And they came to life and ruled as kings with the Christ for 1,000 years. 5 (The rest of the dead did not come to life until the 1,000 years were ended.) This is the first resurrection.
            6 Happy and holy is anyone having part in the first resurrection; over these the second death has no authority, but they will be priests of God and of the Christ, and they will rule as kings with him for the 1,000 years.

            It is only at future time that Christ will handover the kingdom to his father and subject himself to him. The kingdom itself will last forever
            And it appears from the scriptures that Jesus subjecting himself to his father does not mean that he no longer rules in the kingdom but rather he is no longer the chief ruler of the kingdom. Just as his faithful followers were joint rulers with him during the thousand years he shall be a joint ruler with his father for all eternity. Those who are subject to it likewise live forever under that kingdom rule.

            1 Corinthians 15:22- For just as in Adam all are dying, so also in the Christ all will be made alive. 23 But each one in his own proper order: Christ the firstfruits, afterward those who belong to the Christ during his presence. 24 Next, the end, when he hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father, when he has brought to nothing all government and all authority and power. 25 For he must rule as king until God has put all enemies under his feet. 26 And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing. 27 For God “subjected all things under his feet.” But when he says that ‘all things have been subjected,’ it is evident that this does not include the One who subjected all things to him. 28 But when all things will have been subjected to him, then the Son himself will also subject himself to the One who subjected all things to him, that God may be all things to everyone.

            After the second coming and the destruction of earthly rulership this is to take place.-

            Revelation 11:15-17 15 The seventh angel blew his trumpet. And there were loud voices in heaven, saying: “The kingdom of the world has become the Kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he will rule as king forever and ever.” 16 And the 24 elders who were seated before God on their thrones fell upon their faces and worshipped God, 17 saying: “We thank you, Jehovah God, the Almighty, the one who is and who was, because you have taken your great power and begun ruling as king.

            So to answer your question at the moment the kingdom belongs to Christ. At an unspecified time in history he shall rule jointly in that kingdom with a select group of faithful followers.(probably the 144,000 however that is not directly stated in the Scriptures and would have to be inferred) Then after his second coming he shall return and eliminate all opposition to that kingdom rule. When that is finished he shall subject himself to his father and his father shall rule with Christ at his right hand as his joint ruler.

          • Looking at the vast number of scriptures you quoted, there are contradictions in what you are saying but I’m sure you are well aware of those contradictions. Hopefully, for your sake, readers of these comments don’t pick up on them and maybe they’ll come to believe that Jesus is just a high-ranking angel and nothing more. I appreciate your responses but I also appreciate that your convictions far outweigh your logic and for that reason, I’ll bring my input to term.

          • Albert

            It is clear from the scriptures that Jesus began to rule as King shortly after his resurrection. So to say that the prophecies about Jah beginning to rule as King are talking about Jesus would be contradictory. Rather it’s clear that Jesus is given the kingdom from his God and Father and rules until all enemies have been defeated. Then and only then does he subject himself to the father and God begins to rule.

            Ps 110:1, 2 Jehovah declared to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand Until I place your enemies as a stool for your feet.”2Jehovah will extend the scepter of your power out of Zion, saying: “Go subduing in the midst of your enemies.”

            Re 19:6 And I heard what sounded like a voice of a great crowd and like the sound of many waters and like the sound of heavy thunders. They said: “Praise Jah, because Jehovah our God, the Almighty, has begun to rule as king!

            Revelation 22:3 And there will no longer be any curse. But the throne of God and of the Lamb will be in the city, and his slaves will offer him sacred service;

          • As I said, you are contradicting yourself.

            And now you are blatantly contradicting Jehovah’s Witnesses’ doctrine.

            They do not believe that Jesus began to rule as King shortly after his resurrection.

            They make this clear in their January 15th 2014 Watchtower, p. 12, para. 3, where it states in part, “Jesus Christ had begun to rule in heaven as King of God’s Kingdom in 1914.”

            This is a core part of Jehovah’s Witnesses doctrine. But saying that, they are liable to change this interpretation in the future. They are known for changing their doctrine as often as the wind changes direction.

            So maybe you’re contradiction will become “the truth” soon. Who knows!

          • Albert

            I don’t really care what Jehovahs Witnesses doctrine teaches. However to clarify they officially teache that Christ took power immediately after he ascended to heaven.

            ““The Kingdom of the Son of His Love.” Ten days after Jesus’ ascension to heaven, on Pentecost of 33 C.E., his disciples had evidence that he had been “exalted to the right hand of God” when Jesus poured out holy spirit upon them. (Ac 1:8, 9; 2:1-4, 29-33) The “new covenant” thus became operative toward them, and they became the nucleus of a new “holy nation,” spiritual Israel.—Heb 12:22-24; 1Pe 2:9, 10; Ga 6:16.

            Christ was now sitting at his Father’s right hand and was the Head over this congregation. (Eph 5:23; Heb 1:3; Php 2:9-11) The Scriptures show that from Pentecost 33 C.E. onward, a spiritual kingdom was set up over his disciples. When writing to first-century Christians at Colossae, the apostle Paul referred to Jesus Christ as already having a kingdom: “[God] delivered us from the authority of the darkness and transferred us into the kingdom of the Son of his love.”—Col 1:13; compare Ac 17:6, 7.

            Christ’s kingdom from Pentecost of 33 C.E. onward has been a spiritual one ruling over spiritual Israel, Christians who have been begotten by God’s spirit to become the spiritual children of God. (Joh 3:3, 5, 6) When such spirit-begotten Christians receive their heavenly reward, they will no longer be earthly subjects of the spiritual kingdom of Christ, but they will be kings with Christ in heaven.—Re 5:9, 10.”

            They teach the first portion of his rulership began after Jesus was resurrected. And the second in 1914.

            “Kingdom of Our Lord and of His Christ.” The apostle John, writing toward the close of the first century C.E., foresaw through a divine revelation the future time when Jehovah God, by means of his Son, would make a new expression of divine rulership. At that time, as in the time of David’s bringing the Ark up to Jerusalem, it would be said that Jehovah ‘has taken his great power and begun ruling as king.’ This would be the time for loud voices in heaven to proclaim: “The kingdom of the world did become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he will rule as king forever and ever.”—Re 11:15, 17; 1Ch 16:1, 31.

            It is “our Lord,” the Sovereign Lord Jehovah, who asserts his authority over “the kingdom of the world,” setting up a new expression of his sovereignty toward our earth. He gives to his Son, Jesus Christ, a subsidiary share in that Kingdom, so that it is termed “the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ.” This Kingdom is of greater proportions and bigger dimensions than “the kingdom of the Son of his love,” spoken of at Colossians 1:13. “The kingdom of the Son of his love” began at Pentecost 33 C.E. and has been over Christ’s anointed disciples; “the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ” is brought forth at the end of “the appointed times of the nations” and is over all mankind on earth.—Lu 21:24.

            Upon receiving a share in “the kingdom of the world,” Jesus Christ takes necessary measures to clean out opposition to God’s sovereignty. The initial action takes place in the heavenly realm; Satan and his demons are defeated and cast down to the earthly realm. This results in the proclamation: “Now have come to pass the salvation and the power and the kingdom of our God and the authority of his Christ.” (Re 12:1-10) During the short period of time remaining to him, this principal Adversary, Satan, continues to fulfill the prophecy at Genesis 3:15 by warring against “the remaining ones” of the “seed” of the woman, “the holy ones” due to govern with Christ. (Re 12:13-17; compare Re 13:4-7; Da 7:21-27.) Jehovah’s “righteous decrees” are made manifest, nevertheless, and his expressions of judgment come as plagues upon those opposing him, resulting in the destruction of mystic Babylon the Great, the prime persecutor on earth of God’s servants.—Re 15:4; 16:1–19:6.

            Thereafter “the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ” sends its heavenly armies against the rulers of all earthly kingdoms and their armies in an Armageddon fight, bringing them to an end. (Re 16:14-16; 19:11-21) This is the answer to the petition to God: “Let your kingdom come. Let your will take place, as in heaven, also upon earth.” (Mt 6:10) Satan is then abyssed and a thousand-year period begins in which Christ Jesus and his associates rule as kings and priests over earth’s inhabitants.—Re 20:1, 6.”

            You obviously don’t know very much about their official doctrine. It’s all total BS but it’s what they teach.

          • Obviously as I’m not licensed to use the word “spiritually” to create conflicting and contradictory bible “truths”.

          • Mik

            Albert, you seem mad at the Watchtower , could it be that you are what Jw’s have called a member of the “evil slave ” class?
            I’ll comment on one of your statements to me . You said ,
            ” You continue to assert that the greater fullfillment in Christ is that he was God . That conclusion does not come simply reading the O.T.verses and then seeing how they are applied to Christ.”

            Actually the conclusion that Jesus was much more than a prophet , or perfect human , did eventually don on the apostles and thus they applied O.T. scriptures said about God and applied them to Jesus , Heb Ch. 1 is a good example of this . Also see Isa 45:23 with Phil 2:10-11 verdict : both the Father and Son are properly worshiped ; Ps 116:4 and Joel 2:32 with Acts 9:21:16 ;Rom 10:12,13 , verdict : both petitioned [ “calling upon” ] when seeking aid ,being thankful and especially when asking for forgiveness /salvation . Psalms 102 : 25-27 with Heb 1:10-12 , verdict : the Son is also the
            Creator .

            A last word on Heb 1:8 .
            It is true that grammatically this verse can be translated as the NWT does . However, the context ( vr 5-12 ) is paramount to deciding how it can be rendered , and the context declares Jesus to be worthy of worship and thus the title ” God” is appropriate for Him , so the translation : ” Thy throne O God ….” is a logical one .

            Lastly, I think that the sad thing which the W.t. Hierarchy has done to Jw’s is to divert their attention / focus away from the simple testimony of the N.T. about knowing Jesus . Being fixated about the Trinity has been used to cause Jw’s to run past a very simple truth and as a result be stuck in the O.T. as concerns their relationship with Jehovah . It’s like worrying about what’s on square 2 without looking at square one . Square one has little to do with the Trinity , it has a lot to do with knowing in a personal way the living Savior . Failing to receive a personal relationship with Jesus negates everything one may do religiously . The Father’s arrangement for life is for all to come personally to His Son — Matt 11:28 ; Jn 5:39-40 . Amasing knowledge about Jesus does not necessarily equate to knowing Him intimately , i.e. as you would a
            friend . To comply with the Father’s will all must worship His Son , that pleases the Father — Phil 2:10-11 ; it’s how a right relationship with the Father commences — Jn 14:6 .

            May Jw’s and / or ex Jw’s who maybe confused ,ponder this , and may God guide them into the light of truth .

          • Albert

            It is clear from the scriptures that Jesus began to rule as King shortly after his resurrection. So to say that the prophecies about Jah beginning to rule as King are talking about Jesus would be contradictory. Rather it’s clear that Jesus is given the kingdom from his God and Father and rules until all enemies have been defeated. Then and only then does he subject himself to the father and God begins to rule.

            Ps 110:1, 2 Jehovah declared to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand Until I place your enemies as a stool for your feet.”2Jehovah will extend the scepter of your power out of Zion, saying: “Go subduing in the midst of your enemies.”

            Re 19:6 And I heard what sounded like a voice of a great crowd and like the sound of many waters and like the sound of heavy thunders. They said: “Praise Jah, because Jehovah our God, the Almighty, has begun to rule as king!

            Revelation 22:3 And there will no longer be any curse. But the throne of God and of the Lamb will be in the city, and his slaves will offer him sacred service;

      • Albert

        http://www.angelfire.com/space/thegospeltruth/trinity/verses/Heb1_8.html

        This essentially sums up my position on this verse.