1. The one true God is the Creator of the all (everything and everyone that exists).
From Isaiah 45: “. . . I am Yahweh (Am-Will-be-Was), and there is no other . . . except for me, there is no Elohim (Subjector, Placer, God) . . . I am Yahweh, and there is no other . . . Former of light, and Creator of darkness, Maker of good, and Creator of evil, I, Yahweh, make all these . . .”
From Ephesians 3: “. . . the Placer (God), the one creating the all . . .”
From Romans 11: “. . . the all is out of him, and through him, and for him . . .”
From John 17, Jesus speaking: “. . . that they may be knowing you, the only true Placer (God) . . .”
2. The one true God is operating (in-working) the all (all that exists).
From Ephesians 1: “. . . the one operating the all, down (in accord with) the counsel (plan) of his will effect . . .”
3. The one true God is good.
From Mark 10, Jesus speaking: “. . . No one is good except one, the Placer (God) . . .”
4. The one true God creates the all, in and through the son of his love, and is also reconciling the all through him.
From Colossians 1: “. . . thanking the Father, the one making you enough for the part of the lot of the holy ones in the light, who rescues us out of the authority of the darkness, and transposes us into the kingdom of the son of his love, in whom we are having the deliverance, the forgiveness of the sins . . . who is an image of the unseen Placer (God), a firstborn of all creation, it being that the all is created in him, in the heavens and on the land, the seen and the unseen, whether thrones, whether masterdoms, whether sovereignties (originals), whether authorities. The all has been created through him and for him. And he is, before all. And in him, the all has stood together. And he is the head of the body, the called out company, he being a sovereign (original), firstborn out of the dead ones, that he may become first in all things, it being that all the fulfillment (filling) delights to dwell in him, and through him, to reconcile the all into him, making peace through the blood of his pole (cross), through him, whether the ones on the land, whether the ones in the heavens . . . And you, at a time estranged and enemies in the comprehension, being in the wicked works (actions), he now yet reconciles, through the death in the body of his flesh, to present you holy and flawless and un-indictable in his sight . . .”
5. The creation has been involuntarily subjected to vanity, based on an expectation that the same creation will also be freed from the vanity.
From Romans 8: “. . . the prospect of the creation is awaiting the revelation of the Placer’s sons. For the creation was subjected to the vanity, not voluntarily, but because of the one subjecting it, on an expectation, that the same creation shall also be freed, from the slavery of the corruption, into the freedom of the glory of the Placer’s offspring . . .”
6. All will avow Jesus as Master.
From Philippians 2: “. . . the Placer heightens him above, and graces to him the name above every name, that in the name of Jesus, every knee may be bowing, of celestials and of terrestrials and of subterraneans, and every tongue avowing, that Jesus Anointed (Christ) is Master (Lord), into (resulting in) glory of Placer (God), Father.”
7. The Anointed (Christ) will be reigning, until the all is subjected to him. Then he will be subjected to his God and Father, that the one true God may be all in all.
From 1 Corinthians 15: “. . . For even as all are dying in the Adam, thus also, all shall be vivified in the Anointed, yet each in his own set (class): first fruit being Anointed, thereafter, the ones of the Anointed in his presence, thereafter, the consummation, when he is giving the kingdom over to his Placer and Father, when he is nullifying every sovereignty (original) and every authority and power. For he must be reigning until he is placing all the enemies under his feet, the death being the last enemy nullified. For he subjects all under his feet. Yet when he is saying that all is subjected, it is evident that it is outside of the one subjecting the all to him. Yet when the all is subjected to him, then also the son himself shall be subjected to the one subjecting the all to him, that the Placer may be all in all.”