Sorry again HWA, but Jesus is BOTH God and Man ( as per John 1:1+14 & Heb.1:6+8 ) and as Man His Father will tell Him when it is time to go fetch His bride as per 1 Thess.4:14-17! Jesus is the EVERLASTING Father ( as per Isaiah 9:6 - Not God the Father or God the Holy Spirit ) of all the humans He made/created as per John 1:3/Col.1:16! The one GOD of the scriptures consists of God the Father, God the Word ( Jesus the Son/Child or Mighty God & everlasting Father of Isaiah 9:6 - the Almighty of Rev.1:8, who is to come again to REIGN Post Trib. as per Matt.24:29-30/Rev.19:11-21& 20:1-6 ), and God the Holy Spirit ( or God the Holy Ghost ) ! Case closed and good bye HWA!Sorry Rod.ney, but if Jesus was God, then he would know the day or the hour of his own return as being both God and man but he not only tells us that he doesn't know it, but that ONLY THE FATHER DOES PERIOD and which clearly means that he doesn't know it at all and therefore he cannot be Almighty God Yahweh.
This is really a much bigger problem in your doctrine than what you would like to admit also,
For in Isaiah 46:9-10 below, God uses his omniscient ability to know the end from the beginning as the biggest proof that he alone is God and no one else beside him, here read it yourself, for the more you hear, the more responsible you are for what you hear also and just as Jesus said.
9 Remember the former things, those of long ago;
I am God, and there is no other;
I am God, and there is none like me.
10 I make known the end from the beginning,
from ancient times, what is still to come.
I say, ‘My purpose will stand,
and I will do all that I please.’
While you trins want to quote Isaiah 9:6 all of the time, I find it interesting that none of the inspired writers of the NT ever used this verse as applied to Jesus, never the less, trins believe that the Father is not the Son nor the Spirit and the Son in not the Father or the Spirit and the Spirit is not the Father or the Son but they are three individual persons belonging to the same Divine substance of God.
Therefore your idea that Isaiah 9:6 doesn't even fit with your doctrine.
The fact is, that God himself called his own human representatives by his own title of "elohim", and he did this in Exodus 21:6 and 22:8-9 and in Isaiah 9:6 and in Psalm 45:6-7 and also in Psalm 82 that Jesus himself used to refute the false accusation of the Jews that he was making himself equal unto God only because he called God his Father.
However, God never called any of them by his actual name Yahweh and he didn't in Isaiah 9:6 either and by the way, all of the children with their particular names written in chapter 6-9 were children born at the time of the prophecy and therefore prophesies had an intended dual fulfilment and all speaking of human beings and not God/men.
The Jews believed that Isaiah 9:6 was originally written about Hezekiah because he was said to be the best ruler that Israel ever had, up until Jesus who in this case Hezekiah was the type of in the prophecy.
The words spoken in Isaiah 9:6 are only applied to the one being spoken of as God's representative and not as meaning that the one who they are applied to in the prophecy is Yahweh God himself and the same goes for all of those and especially also Psalm 45:6-7 which was quoted of Jesus in Hebrews 1:8-9.
For the one being anointed in Psalm 45:6-7 and Hebrews 1:8-9 has a God over him and who anoints him and God doesn't have another God over him.