One comment on “Evidence of the Trinity

  1. @CarolI notice that you stated that everyone that believes in the “Trinity” can cite Jesus’ baptism as evidence of the “Trinity”.Well let’s take a look at this scripture and many more to see just what is being said. Turn to < HREF="" REL="nofollow">Matthew 3:16-17.<> We see Jesus being baptized and a spirit in the form of a dove descending on Him and a voice from heaven speaking as though this is the Father’s voice. First let’s look at the spirit that descended upon Him. Turn to < HREF="" REL="nofollow">Isaiah 11:1-2.<> We see that this spirit is wisdom and understanding, spirit of counsel and might and the knowledge and fear of the Lord. Now, let’s look at the voice that came from heaven. Turn to < HREF="" REL="nofollow">John 5:37, <> Jesus tells us that we have neither heard His voice nor seen His shape at any time. So, Whose voice was heard? It was an angel, in this comment < HREF="" REL="nofollow">Click here<> I wrote and showed that angels speak in the first-person. The dove that descended was an angel that came to minister to Him. Read < HREF="" REL="nofollow">Matthew 4:1-11,<> it has always been Jesus and the Holy Angels that have dealt with man. If will you look at < HREF="" REL="nofollow">1 John 5:7.<> you see that there are three that bare record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost; and these three are one.Now turn to < HREF="" REL="nofollow">Revelation 1:1, <> we read that the Father gave to the Son, (the Word) and He gave it to His Angel (Holy Ghost) who came and gave it to John.So you can see that there are two (2) Gods, the Father, the Word, and one(1) angel in Revelation 1:1. This explains the three that bare record in heaven.All the scriptures that you quote referring to the Spirit of God are talking about His Word. For His Words are Spirit and Life, < HREF="" REL="nofollow">John 6:63.<>So when you have His Word in you, you are full of the Spirit. The word spirit covers many forms, such as the Word, breath, thoughts, angels, Son, Father, and wind/air. However, there are only two Gods: Jehovah (Son) and Jesus (Father. NO, I did not misquote who the Son and the Father are. More, on this, if you would like.Peace,Tyrone

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