Jesus said to his disciples, “Compare me to something and tell me what I resemble.” Simon Peter said to him, “A just angel is what you resemble.” Matthew said to him, “A wise philosopher is what you resemble.”
Thomas said to him, “Teacher, my mouth utterly will not let me say what you resemble.” Jesus said, “I am not your teacher, for you have drunk and become intoxicated from the bubbling wellspring that I have personally measured out.
And he took him, withdrew, and said three sayings to him. Now, when Thomas came to his companions they asked him, “What did Jesus say to you?” Thomas said to them, “If I say to you one of the sayings that he said to me, you will take stones and stone me, and fire will come out of the stones and burn you up.”
“Thomas” (The Aramaic: Tau’ma) mean “Twin” and may be a title rather than a name. Some scholars speculate that he is called the “twin” of Jesus to denote a spiritual unity between the disciple and his master, as referenced here in Thomas v. 13, where Jesus says, “I am not your teacher. Because you have drank and become drunk from the very same spring from which I draw.”
Now, in the Gospel of Thomas, the Lord Jesus comes to reveal that you and he are, twins. And what you discover as you read the Gospel of Thomas, which you are meant to discover, is that you and Jesus at a deep level are identical twins. than you will discover that you are the child of God just as he is.
Thus in saying 108 Jesus speaks to Thomas and says, “Whoever drinks from my mouth will become as I am, and I will become that person, and the mysteries will be revealed to him.” So it becomes clear that our goal is to be like Jesus that is to become his twin brother.
And this is what Thomas means twin, for Thomas symbolizes the one who has become like Jesus Cp. Saying 108 we must become the twin brothers of Christ who are the solitary or the single one the few chosen out of the many called, the twin brethren in Christ Col 1:2
The “Three words” we are not told what these words or sayings are but I believe that the three words are in Hebrew Ehyah, Asheh, Ehyah, In Pistis Sophia chapter 136 mentions Yao Yao Yao, the Greek version (with three letters, given three times) of the ineffable name of God;
Ehyah, Asheh, Ehyah It’s easy to see that Jesus spoke three words in Hebrew to Thomas, in English this is the meaning of these words: I will be who I will be, this could be the three words that Jesus may have said to Thomas. Ehyah is the root word that makes up the name of God Yahweh, meaning He who will be, and Jesus’ name in Hebrew is Yahoshua He who will be salvation, so Jesus has the name of the Father has Paul says “Phi 2:9 Wherefore also God highly exalted him, and gave unto him the name which is above every name;” the exalted name or divine name Yahweh He will be, the Lord was in fact God manifested that is Yahweh manifested in the flesh of Jesus making him the Christ or the Anointed One by being given the spirit without measure.
After Jesus had risen from the dead He became God manifested in spirit. In the days of his flesh he was the reflection of the moral attributes of the Deity. But after his resurrection from the dead he was made consubstantial with the Deity, this makes Jesus the Alpha the first born from the dead, and when he returns the true believers will be the Omega Yahweh Elohim: He who will be (revealed in a group of ) Mighty ones by the spirit of El. It is not One God in 3 gods and 3 gods in One but one Deity in a countless multitude, One Deity, one in many, and many in one by his spirit. This is the multitudinous manifestation of the one Deity.