fredag 10. juni 2011

Nr. 1. Is God a Trinity or not?

Questions 1:

Is God a Trinity or not? Are there three persons in the Godhead or as scripture says?


God is not three but one, He is the Father. John 17: Now this is eternal life: that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.

We'll try to address the scriptures that speak of God's two agree. We also must try to put us into this purely history. Neither the Jews nor the early Christians had a problem with this doctrine. When the Catholic Church showed up at the 300's the "problems" came, before there were other problems. The Catholic Church also became christening, papacy, church hierarchy, the soul's immortality, indulgences, preachers refuse to marry. Yes, it can also have a distorted view of God and the Godhead. The first Christian preaching in the name of Jesus, baptizing in the name of Jesus and prayed to God in Jesus' name. But the Catholic Church was the confusion of Babel.

In the year 325 AD summoned the Roman Emperor Constantine to the Council of Nicaea, in part to address the increasingly relevant question of God's "three entities". The result of the church men, philosophers and religious leaders of heated opinions became known (after 125 years and three new large church meetings) as the Nicene Creed, with later reformulation as the atanasianske creed. These various evolutions and iterations of creeds - and others who came through the centuries - declared that the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit was the abstract, absolute, transcendent, could take many forms, the eternal co-exist and unknowable, without body, limbs or feelings, and existed beyond time and space. In this confession of belief, all three members of separate people, while being a creature, the much talked about "the mystery of the Trinity." They are three distinct persons, yet not three Gods but one. All three persons are incomprehensible, yet there is one God who is incomprehensible. We at least agree with our critics on this one point - namely that such a formulation of the Trinity is indeed incomprehensible. When such a confusing concept of God was forced upon the church, it is no wonder then that a monk in the fourth century exclaimed: "Alas and woe! They have taken from me, my God, and I do not know who I will worship, or contact me. "How can we trust, love and worship, not to speak of striving to emulate, one that is incomprehensible and unknowable? What about Jesus' prayer to His Father in heaven that "this is life eternal, that they know thee, the only true God, whom thou hast sent, Jesus Christ"?

This of course is the same today where a lost and strayed from the simple fidelity to the Lord in this important point. And when one comes away from the Lord on a point, then comes a usually also in other areas. But what scripture says about this? It is only that which is of crucial importance and which we will comply 100%. Everything else no good!

1) There is only one true God. John. e. 17: 3 and this is life eternal that they might know thee the only true God, whom thou hast sent, Jesus Christ.

Here it is straight forward that there is only one which is the only true God, the Father.

2) How many people will we meet in heaven? Here is the bible clear: two (2). We will of course never meet the Holy Spirit. It is then certainly that God will fill all in all. How will it happen? As here on earth, by his holy spirit.

3) How many persons were those who looked into the sky in the word of God met? Two to go, that we find in Revelation 5, Daniel 7 and Acts 7 Quoting from Acts 7:55 But Stephen, filled with the Holy Spirit and directed his eyes toward heaven, and there he saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at God's right hand. 56 Then he said: "I see heaven open and the Son of Man standing at God's right hand."

4) Who is Jesus and who is the Father? Jesus came forth from the Father from the beginning of time, in the beginning was Jesus with the Father, we read. Who's the Father? All life and light source, without him nothing. The Father is the only one that is already everything. Jesus has a beginning, but not the Father. Isaiah 44 6 Thus says the Lord,
Israel's King and Redeemer,
Lord of hosts:
I am the first, and I am the last;
Besides me there is no God.
7 Who am I?
Let him sign up and tell,
Yes, submit to me what has happened
Ever since I created the first people.
And let him tell them what will happen next.
8 Fear not, be not dismayed!
Have I not long ago
Announced and told you that?
You are my witnesses.
Is there a God beside me?
I know of no other rock.

5) Jesus is God, but not next to the Father, he is subordinate. What is Jesus' most important function? That he is our Savior and Lord, it was also the first believers' view of Jesus.
1. Cor. 8. 4b. we know that there is no idol in the world and no God but one. 5 There are enough so-called gods in heaven or on earth: it is the many "gods" and many "lords." 6 But to us there is only one God, the Father. By him are all things, and we are made to him. And for us there is only one Lord, Jesus Christ. Through him all things, and we live through him.

6) Jesus is not Almighty God, but he has his power with the Father and has all power. Matthew 28:18 Then Jesus came and spake unto them: "I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth.

7) The Father is greater than Jesus, what Jesus said on several occasions and it also teaches us about God's word.
John. e. 10:29 My Father who has given them to me, is greater than all and no one can snatch them out of my Father's hand.
1. Cor. 11:3, I want you to know that Christ is every man's head, the husband is the head, and Christ is God.

8) Jesus was limited as a human being, dead and standing up in the Father's power. It clearly shows that he was not God the same way as the Father. This is artificial, but due to counter such Trinity we must understand that Jesus' ministry was to serve the family's forgiveness and become a middleman. So that we could get where your Father is. There is only one God, the Father. And only one mediator, Jesus our Saviour and Lord. 1. Tim. 2:5, For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.

9) No one has seen the Father, but Jesus has shown us who he is. Judaism and Christianity were basically two monotheistic faith, not like today where polytheism prevails through the manipulative and confused the Trinity.

10) Jesus will one day, at the ages the final, surrender everything back to the Father. Then God will be all in all, and when the hell is a closed chapter. This will only be at the top God Father on the throne. No one else should either be above or beside him. 1. Cor. 15:27, For "all he has under his feet." When it says it all, it is clear that God himself is exempt from this. For he is the one who has put everything under him. 28 And when so everything is subject to him shall the Son also himself submit to God who has put everything under him, and God will be all in all.

We could continue, but there is such because the Catholic Church heresy, both concerning the Godhead, and at other points that the faithful have been led to both faith and doctrine erroneous. Even the Protestant Christianity in the whole thinks as Catholics both here and in other areas. But Catholics biblical view of marriage, it will not, unfortunately!

Would advise everyone to bend their knees and open his Bible and studying himself in scripture what God's word says and teaches, both on this topic and other topics. God bless you all in Jesus name, Amen!

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