Or said differently “BROUGHT FORTH”... referring to Jesus, YHWH IN THE FLESH … do you get what this means?
It is best to understand the term as “brought forth” in the sense of “revealed in a unique way” — in this instance, the full incarnation of YHWH.
Jesus is the lone divine son who deserves worship because he is the uncreated essence of Yahweh in a human body, now resurrected from death.
Because God’s original plan included human participation, humanity could not be simply set aside. The solution was to become man and do what needed to be done to inaugurate the new Eden. And so he did. God himself became man in Jesus of Nazareth. His death and resurrection were the catalysts. This is why Jesus, at the Last Supper, referred to the new covenant in terms of his body and blood. The result of Jesus’ obedience unto death, resurrection, and the coming of the Spirit is laid out by the writer of Hebrews, who uses God’s plan to explain the distinction between Jesus and angels … Read Hebrews 1 and 2 for yourselves … Frank … Ref: The Unseen Realm, Michael Heiser...