torsdag 2. februar 2017

No. 1463: We are created in God's image - with its own spirit that is part of us. So it is with God as well, he has a spirit that is a part of him, but no "extra" person!

No. 1463:
We are created in God's image - with its own spirit that is part of us. So it is with God as well, he has a spirit that is a part of him, but no "extra" person!
Image of God Father, which no one has seen, but one day we will see him.
Then all things being obvious to us, but to believe in three Gods in a common deity. There is certainly no biblical teaching! Picture tells that God takes pity on Adam, and Adam and God also had fellowship. God is Spirit, but also something much more, so it is with us, we are created in God's image so that he could communicate and have fellowship with us!



1 Genesis 2 7 And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground and blew the breath of life into his nostrils and man became a living soul.
As God is - we are human! We people have a spirit - which is the one of us! So it is with God, of course even larger scale!
Where we are people without the Spirit? Then it is only "shall" or body again.
But we are a whole, an outer man. Body.
The inner man, soul and spirit. So it is with God, he also has a visible external substance.
As ia we find described in Daniel 7 and Joh. Obvious. 5.
We have a spirit, but is something far more than just spirit. So it is with God, he is ubiquitous present with his Spirit.
Therefore, to make the Holy Spirit to a person, but not a part of God.
There are a total stranger from what the Bible says and teaches.
Discard the entire Trinity, it is a doctrine that one finds zero coverage in the word of God.
He has written many articles about this, here's an article written several years ago:
What is the Holy Spirit?
Throughout the Bible we find many references to spirits. We do not find any description of the spirit as a person. But it is the one that creates events in time. The Bible, the terms Ruah / pnevma; which can also be used for moving air (wind).
In older related religions were all these spiritual characteristics preferably named with their own names of gods. In Norway today, we put it in a large bag with the tag of the Holy Spirit, for your convenience. English distinguishes bit on "The holy ghost / The holy spirit" depending on what you have spent on the basic text. One should almost say in Norwegian that Mary was conceived by the Holy Ghost and after Pentecost the Holy Spirit, it seems a bit more logical than that Jesus would send something that had already been there nine months before he was born.
Some of the spirits we hit in the Bible have different tasks.
Here are some examples:
Spirit of God (1 Gen. 1.2 / ruch Elohim)
Spirit of the Lord (Judges 3,10 / ruch JHVA)
Wisdom Spirit (Isaiah 11,2 / ruch chkme)
Of understanding spirit (Isa 11.2 / ruch Ubin)
Counsel (Isa 11.2 / Ruch ubin)
Strengthened spirit (Isaiah 11, 2 / ruch otze)
Knowledge Spirit (Isaiah 11,2 / ruch u.gbure)
Spirit of fear (Isaiah 11,2 / ruch u.irath)
Judgment spirit (Isa 4.4 / ruch mshpht)
Purifying spirit (Isa 4.4 / rush live)
Spirit of grace (Zech 12.10 / rush chn)
The spirit of prayer (Case 12.10 / ruch developing thcnumim)
The good spirit (Neh 9.20 / ruch e.tube)
The Holy Spirit (Psalm 51, 11 / rush qdsh)
Spirit of Truth (Jn 14,17 / pneuma atEtheias)
Spirit of faith (2 Cor 4.13 / pneuma pisteOs)
The spirit of revelation (Eph 1,17 / pneuma sofias)
Glory spirit (1 Pet 4.14 / pneuma doxEs)
Spokespersons's spirit (Jn 14.26 / pneuma parakletos)
The Holy Ghosts (Mat 1, 18 / pneumatos hagiou)
The Holy Spirit (Eph 1,13 / pneumati hagios)
Spirit of Jesus (Gal 4.6 / pneuma huiou)
This wind / spirit has got a lot of tasks in NT:
Convincing about sin (John 16.8)
Produce the new birth (John 3.5-6)
Witness the new birth (Rom 8.16
Clear Heart (App from 15.8 to 9)
Pour the love of God (Rom 5,5)
Give power in prayer. (Rom 8,26)
Give power to witness for Christ (App 1.8)
transform and glorify the Christian life (2 Corinthians 3:18)
Renew (Tit 3,5)
Mentoring (Jn 16:13)
Alas (John 14:16)
Ephesians trying on his way to explain about this wind works:
Sealed, (Eph 1,13)
Illumination (Eph 1,17)
Community (Ephesians 2:18)
Kraft (Ephesians 3:16)
Fullness (Eph 5:18)
Sword (Eph 6,17)
Prayer (Ephesians 6:18)
In periods of life we use these spiritual characteristics differ.
Within parenting states that children learn not by what the adults say, they see only what one does and learn from it. Similarly it is with our Father in Heaven. We can read us a lot, but we see only what he is doing among us through their spirits in one form or another and think because of it.
What is currently the most important task of the Holy Spirit with you?
In most places where the words Ruach and pneuma occurs, they are used for God's spirit, his active force, his holy spirit.
It was only in 300 century CE that the doctrine that the Holy Spirit is a person and part of the "deity" was officially accepted as an ecclesiastical dogma. The older "church fathers" maintained no such doctrine. 100's learned Justin Martyr that the Holy Spirit was 'deity influence or behavior'. Neither Hippolytus wrote to the Holy Spirit some personality. Books of the Bible shows the consensus that God's holy spirit is not a person but God's active force, which he uses to accomplish his purpose and will.
Jesus spoke of the holy spirit as a "helper" and said that this helper would "teach", "witness", provide "convincing evidence," "lead," "speech," 'hear' and 'get'. It appears from the Greek text that Jesus in the compound sometimes used the personal pronoun in the masculine about this "helper" (paraklet). (Ref. John 14: 16, 17, 26; 15: 26; 16: 7-15.) But in the Bible it is not unusual for something that is not a person, becomes personified. Wisdom is personified in the book of Proverbs (1: 20-33; 8: 1-36), and feminine forms of the pronoun is used here about it in the original Hebrew and also in many translations. (KJ, RS, JP, AT; see also Words 8: 2, EN, NB.) Wisdom is also personified in Matthew 11: 19 and Luke 7: 35, where it is referred to as having both "works" and " children". The Apostle Paul spoke of both sin and death and grace as "kings." (Ro 5: 14, 17, 21; 6: 12) He says about sin that it "got a chance," 'caused cupidity', "enticed" and "killed". (Ro 7: 8-11) It is nevertheless clear that Paul did not mean that sin is a person.
Jesus' words about the Holy Spirit, which John referred must also be seen in the context they are in. Jesus personified the holy spirit when he spoke of the spirit as a "helper" (gr. Parakletos, a masculine). It is therefore rightly John in his depiction of Jesus' words uses personal pronouns in the masculine gender when he refers to the spirit as a "helper." In contrast, when the Greek word pneuma is used in the same context, uses John a pronoun in the neuter of the holy spirit as pneuma is a intetkjønnsord. The fact that John uses a personal pronoun in the masculine gender when referring to the parakletos, is therefore an example that he follows grammatical rules, and thus has no doctrinal significance. - John 14: 16, 17; 16: 7, 8.

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