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The Trinity and the Deity of Christ

Each of the Persons of the Trinity were present at Christ’s baptism as recorded in all four gospel accounts

Two topics I haven’t touched on much before, although we’ve discussed them at great length on the forum, are the Trinity and the deity of Christ. In this article I will address these fundamental theological truths.

What Is the Doctrine of the Trinity?

This is the belief, as revealed in Scripture, that there is a single, immutable, eternal God (monotheism), who eternally subsists as the mutual indwelling of three Persons (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit). When properly defining this doctrine, it can be helpful to understand what this doctrine is not:

1. It is not polytheism. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are distinct Persons/Personalities, but share precisely the same eternal, divine essence (being).

2. The Trinity is not composed of “parts” like a three-leaf clover. God cannot be divided or reduced. A more apt representation would actually be space, which consists of height, width, and depth. Without height, there can be no width or depth; without width, there can be no height or depth; and so forth. Likewise, God’s nature cannot be represented by 1+1+1=3, because God is One and not three. 13=1 might be a better comparison.

3. The Trinity is not “modes.” In other words, God is not three “manifestations” or “forms.” He is one being with one form and that form is Spirit. Modalism as is found in Oneness Pentecostalism is kind of a hybrid doctrine between traditional Christianity and classic Unitarianism. It teaches that God is a bit like water, which can take the form of a solid, liquid, or gas. This is not an accurate reflection of what the Bible teaches about the nature of God. The Father and the Son are distinct Persons. The Father can’t “become” the Son and vise versa. Furthermore, the Son lacks nothing that the Father has, and the Spirit lacks nothing that the Son has. The Three possess the same being, powers, and attributes.

Where Does the Word “Trinity” Come From?

The word “Trinity” is not found in the Bible, but it was a term coined to describe God’s nature as revealed in the Bible with a single word. It is the English transliteration of Latin Trinitas. The earliest reference actually belongs to Theophilus, the Patriarch of Antioch, and not Tertullian, as some have suggested. The corresponding Greek word Theophilus used was Τριάδος, mentioned by Theophilus in the 2nd century in reference to Theos (God - the Father), the Logos (the Word - the Son), and Sophia (Wisdom - the Holy Spirit).

It should come as no surprise that the word Trinity is not found in our Bibles, as it isn’t a name or title for God, but purely a systematized description of what the Bible reveals. “Substitutionary atonement” is also not found in our Bibles, yet is the very basis of our faith. Theologians “systematize” a doctrine to find a coherent description of what the Bible teaches on a particular subject. For example, the doctrine of faith alone (sola fide) was not systematized until the 16th century, but that doesn’t mean the Bible doesn’t teach the doctrine. It simply means that it wasn’t a major focus of intense study until that time. In fact, there are dozens of references to the doctrine of sola fide in the early Church even though it wasn’t systematized until much later. Regarding the Trinity, the reason it became a major subject of focus in the 2nd through 4th centuries was because it was during that time that numerous sects came on the scene either denying that Christ was God (Arianism) or denying that the Father, Son, and Spirit were distinct Persons (Sabellianism).

What Does Scripture Say About the Doctrine of the Trinity?

This is a little video I made about a decade ago on the subject and it covers many of the relevant Scriptures:

At one point I had rejected the explicitly Trinitarian Johannine Comma of 1 John 5:7–8 as a later interpolation, but my view has changed.  I now regard this as authentic to the original text and dispute the arguments presented by the CT crowd (“Critical Text”).  A small study into this passage can be found here.

...because [there] are three who are testifying [[in Heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit, and these three are one; and [there] are three who are testifying in the earth]]: the Spirit, and the water, and the blood, and the three are into the one. (1 Jn. 5:7–8, LSV)

Matthew 28:19 is also explicit, bolstered by Granville Sharp’s rule regarding copulative kai (source).

...having gone, then, disciple all the nations, immersing them into the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit... (LSV)

There are a multitude of other Scriptures discussed in the video above that list all of the Persons of the Godhead or show them all working together.

  • All three Persons were present at creation: God the Father (Gen. 1:1), God the Holy Spirit (Gen. 1:2), and God the Son (Gen. 1:3; cf. Jn. 1:1–3).
  • All three Persons were involved in the incarnation of Christ as foretold at the Annunciation (Lk. 1:35).
  • All three Persons were involved at the baptism of Christ (Mt. 3:13–17; Mk. 1:9–11; Lk. 3:21–22; Jn. 1:29–34).
  • All three Persons were involved in raising Christ from the dead (Rm. 6:4; Gal. 1:1; Jn. 2:18–19; 10:18; Rm. 8:11; 1 Pt. 3:18).
  • All three Persons were involved in founding the Church (Acts 1:4–8).
  • All three Persons dwell in us who believe (Jn. 14:23; Rm. 8:9–11; 1 Cor. 3:16; Eph. 3:17; 4:6; Col. 1:27; 2 Tim. 1:14; Rev. 3:19–20; cf. Jn. 14:10–11).

Nature Reflects the Trinity—the Principle of Three-In-One Is Everywhere!

This is Chapter 2 from my book Some Things You Should Know:

The early Church continually searched the Scriptures in an effort to reconcile how their Divine Savior Jesus and the Holy Spirit fit in with the Godhead. For thousands of years it had been absolutely foundational to the Jewish religion that there was only One True God. All the other foreign gods and goddesses were nothing but wood and stone. And if anything more than that—only demons masquerading as deities. So when Jesus came on the scene claiming to be YHWH in bodily form, and the Son of God, it obviously ruffled some feathers. The Apostles and martyrs trusted Jesus’ claims all the way to their death and so the early Christians were certainly not going to abandon the Faith for an easy way out. They knew they just had to dig a little deeper to find the truth, which is God’s reality.

Jewish converts to Christianity knew that God was One, but they also knew that Jesus and the Holy Spirit were God, as well. When Mary was first visited by an angel, she was told that her child would be called the “Son of God” and that the “Holy Spirit” would conceive the child within her—and all of this would be accomplished by the power of the “Most High” (Luke 1:35). This was the first New Testament glimpse of three Divine Persons working together.

Later, at Jesus’ baptism, which is recorded similarly in Matthew, Mark, and Luke, the three Divine Persons are seen together again: Jesus was baptized, the Holy Spirit descended, and God the Father spoke, saying that Jesus was His Son.

And lastly, after Jesus rose from the dead, He commissioned His disciples with the command, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit…” (Matthew 28:19).

The writers of the books of the New Testament built further on the concept that Jesus revealed. Peter, James, Paul, and John all furthered this unveiling of the concept that God is One Being subsisting in three Divine Persons. Even the history of God’s revelation to mankind demonstrates this truth: God was first revealed as the Creator of the universe and the Father of His people. Then Jesus came and revealed God as a Son and the Divine, eternal “Word.” He came to reveal the personality and character of God and to demonstrate God’s infinite love by dying in place of sinners. After Jesus rose from the dead and ascended into Heaven, the third Divine Person was revealed to be the Holy Spirit, who came upon the Church at Pentecost. In the Holy Spirit, God was revealed to be personal, omnipresent, and above all, holy—very holy.

A long time ago King David wrote:

“The heavens declare the glory of God;
   the skies proclaim the work of his hands.
Day after day they pour forth speech;
   night after night they reveal knowledge.
They have no speech, they use no words;
   no sound is heard from them.
Yet their voice goes out into all the earth,
   their words to the ends of the world.”

This psalm reveals that God has put the evidence of Himself all around us and all we have to do is open our eyes and see it. Considering this, it makes one wonder if it would be possible to find the concept of three-in-one in our physical universe. Well... it certainly is possible and the evidence is compelling.

The fundamental universe consists of space, time, and matter, and each of these things is precisely three-in-one:

Space, which gives the universe structure, consists of height, width, and depth. Each dimension is necessary or space would not exist. If there was no height then there would be neither width nor depth. And if there was no depth there would be neither height nor width. Each dimension gives the other two dimensions substance. A single, unitary space, consists of exactly three dimensions.

Time, which produces history and change, consists of past, present, and future. Just like space, each aspect is necessary for the others. If there was never a past, then there could not be a present or future. And if there is not a future, then we would be frozen in a three-dimensional picture, like a static hologram. Time consists of a single continuum of exactly three parts: past, present, and future.

Matter, which is the tangible structure of the universe, the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the flesh and bones of our bodies, takes the form of a solid, liquid, or gas. Each of the three is distinct, but each remains matter regardless of its form. H2O’s forms of water, ice, and steam are a perfect demonstration of this.

Oddly enough, the fundamental parts of the universe are three in number as well—one universe consisting of space, time, and matter.

The Bible describes a human being as consisting of three aspects: the body, soul, and spirit (1 Thessalonians 5:23, Hebrews 4:12). Three aspects, yet one individual human.

And then there is the water cycle, which goes through three phases: evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. The water goes up, it forms a cloud, and then it comes down again. And then the water goes up again and the cycle continues.

The fundamental structure of our planet has three parts too: the crust, the mantle, and the inner core. Many other celestial bodies share this type of structure.

Remember how matter can be found in one of three types? Well the fundamental building-block of matter, the atom, is three-in-one as well. A single, elemental atom has three types of subatomic particles within it: protons, neutrons, and electrons. And just as amazing, elements are either metal, non-metal, or metalloid—three different types that constitute the entirety of the Periodic Table.

Many other examples exist—here are just a few:

1. There are three types of rock: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. Igneous rocks are crystalline structures that are created when magma cools. Sedimentary rocks form when debris settles and is compacted over a long period of time. Metamorphic rocks result when one of the other types of rock undergo an environment change and the rock experiences a transformation.

2. And that is not the end of the line for rocks... there is another example: sedimentary rocks are either clastic, chemical, or organic. Want an explanation? I think you will just have to look that one up!

3. There are three kinds of muscle: cardiac, skeletal, and smooth.

4. Three types of soil: clayey, sandy, and loamy.

5. Three types of stem cells: totipotent, pluripotent, and multipotent.

6. Three types of galaxies: spiral, elliptical, and irregular.

7. Three largescale parts in a galaxy: stars, dust, and free-floating gas.

8. Three spheroids in a solar system: stars, planets, and moons.

9. Three fundamental types of government: monarchy, oligarchy, and democracy.

10. Three parts of government: executive, legislative, and judicial.

11. Three kinds of organism relationships: mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism.

12. Three kinds of love: erotic love, brotherly love, and sacrificial love.

13. Three types of energy: chemical energy, nuclear energy, and electromagnetic energy.

14. Wait a second, I almost forgot! There is another way to define energy: kinetic energy, potential energy, and mechanical energy.

15. Three general kinds of clouds: cumulus, cirrus, and stratus.

16. Three kinds of organisms with cell walls: plants, fungi, and bacteria.

17. Three types of plants: mosses, grasses, and flowering plants.

18. Three levels of a rainforest: the canopy, understory, and forest floor.

19. Three types of neurons: sensory neurons, interneurons, and motor neurons.

20. Three kinds of symmetry: rotation, translation, and reflection.

21. Three kinds of fatty acids: saturated fats, monounsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated.

22. Three sons of Noah: Shem, Ham, and Japheth.

23. Three eras of man: Before Christ, Anno Domini, and the new creation of Revelation 21.

I could list hundreds, but I will leave it up to you to discover more. The truth is that the principle of three-in-one is everywhere and in everything. God has left His mark for everyone to see. A particularly interesting argument that Muslims have used to supposedly disprove the Trinity is the mathematical equation 1+1+1=3. Muslim apologists argue that if you add up three parts you end up with, well, three parts, rather than one single part. They make a good point, but miss a glaring problem: God is not parts, He is Persons. You cannot divide God into parts or modes. A more accurate mathematical test of God’s being would be 1x1x1. And guess what that equals? One. 13=1.

Scriptures That Explicitly or Implicitly Proclaim the Deity of Christ

1. Jesus is called God: Isa. 9:6; Jn. 1:1, 18; 20:28–29; Acts 20:28; Rm. 9:5; Tit. 2:13; 2 Pt. 1:1; Heb. 1:8.

2. Jesus is compared to YHWH: Mt. 11:10 (cf. Mal. 3:1); Mk. 1:1–3 (cf. Isa. 40:3); Lk. 4:16–21 (cf. Isa. 61); Jn. 12:36–41 (cf. Isa. 6:1–10); Rm. 10:9–13 (cf. Jl. 2:32); 1 Cor. 10:9 (cf. Num. 21:5–6); Eph. 4:7–8 (cf. Ps. 68:18); 1 Pt. 2:4–8 (cf. Isa. 8:13–14); Rev. 1:7 (cf. Zech. 12:1, 10).

3. Jesus calls Himself YHWH: Jn. 8:24, 28, 58–59; 13:19; 18:5–6; see also Mk. 14:62; Lk. 22:70; Jn. 6:20, 35; 8:12; 9:5; 10:7, 9, 11, 14; 11:25; 14:6; 15:1; 18:5–8. Compare these to Exodus 3:15–16.

4. God alone is the First and the Last (Isa. 44:6; Rev. 1:8), yet Christ has the same title: Rev. 1:17–18; 2:8; 22:12–13.

5. God alone is King of kings and Lord of lords (Deut. 10:17; Ps. 136:1–3; 1 Tim. 6:13–15), yet Christ has the same title: Rev. 17:14; 19:11–16.

6. God is the only Savior (Isa. 43:11; 49:26; Hos. 13:4), yet Christ is also called Savior: Lk. 2:11; Jn. 4:42; Acts 5:31; Eph. 5:23; 2 Tim. 1:10; Tit. 1:4; 2:13; 3:5–6; 2 Pt. 1:1, 11; 2:20; 3:18; 1 Jn. 4:14.

7. Only God is to be worshiped (Ex. 34:14; Mt. 4:10; Acts 10:25–26; Rev. 19:10; 22:8–9), yet Jesus is worshiped: Ps. 2:11–12; Dan. 7:13–14; Mt. 2:2, 11; 14:31–33; 28:9, 16–17; Jn. 9:35–38; Heb. 1:6; Rev. 5:11–14; 22:1–3.

Jesus also has all the attributes and prerogatives of deity and is prayed to, served, and believed upon for salvation (source). Without hesitation, I will proudly worship at the feet of my Savior and God, the Lord Jesus Christ. If you do not know Him, I implore you: now is the moment to believe.

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  1. Thank you, Gary! I almost passed this by since, after all, I already believe in the Trinity. So glad I didn't! Wonderful compilation of information and Scripture. I can only pray and hope that this site will be available for the unsaved to find once we are gone!

    1. Most welcome! Forgive my eight-day late reply, lol.

  2. Another one... Our sun provides light, heat, and energy. (This energy is the basis for the photosynthesis process.) There is one sun and it provide three distinct aspects for the earth.

  3. Great thanks Gary! Studying your wonderful article, very important to me! Blessings!

  4. A day is made up of three elements of time - hours, minutes, and seconds.

  5. A brilliant and important study brother. Thank you for assembling this into one resource!

    When do you sleep?

    1. Ha, when I get to Heaven! Mt. 26:40.

    2. J/k. In reality my sleep habits are like Donald Trump.

  6. Thank you soooo much Gary! First heard about Space x Time x Matter Universe from The Biblical Basis for Modern Science (Henry Morris). I love x love x love it!!!! Hugely impacted my faith and caused me to fall more deeply in love with my Savior!!

  7. Great article! The concept of the Trinity can be really hard to grasp (trying to teach it to a young child is a challenge), but we shouldn't expect God to be "like man" in all ways. We're created in His image, but still just an image.

    It frustrates me to talk about God with Mormons and others who dismiss the Trinity - I feel like it's so blasphemous to deny who God declares Himself to be just because a person doesn't like how it's hard to understand.

    Anyway, great teaching! We can all use the reminder that we don't believe you n the Trinity just because we grew up with it or a random person told us to - we believe it because that's what the Bible reveals.

    1. Thank you sister!

      In conversing with some of these groups you often have to deal with the continual straw man of "three gods".

  8. Thank you so much for sharing your deep insights through the Holy Spirit. Your insight and the music videos you shared also deeply impacted just now. Just in awe of Jesus...YHWH..and his deep love for me and us all. Just in awe. I read your articles and insights for over two years now. Thank you for all you do brother and being one of the fellow watchmen.

    1. Very glad to hear that brother Shawn. His love is very deep.

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  10. Wonderful collection of amazing!

  11. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/285415

    Jared Kushner: First Time Israel has Agreed to a Map of a Palestinian State.


  12. Very well explained! When we brought Bible lessons on the Trinity to children when they were young, they were told about the triangle. We see 3 sides but only one triangle. It might not be the best example, but they got it right. Carole

  13. The start of new life, the egg has three parts: shell, white and yolk.

    1. Simple, but beautiful illustration.

  14. Wow - that is humbling and a great article, one of your best...

    and The Trinity is in the first four Words of the Bible...in code...

    Youtube: Beth Resh Aleph, The very first Bible code in Genesis 1


    The first Word in the Hebrew Bible is Bereshith - the first three letters are Beth, Resh, and Aleph.

    Beth = Ben for Son

    Resh = Ruach for Spirit

    Aleph = Abba for Father

    The Second Word in the Hebrew Bible is Bara made up of only three letters....Bara is a Word that, in Hebrew, is strictly used for God. Only God can Bara.

    And it is made up of only three letters - the same three letters in the same order

    Beth - Ben or Bar for Son

    Resh - Ruach for Spirit

    Aleph - Abba for Father

    In addition, if you take the first letter, the 7th letter, and the 14th letter, you will find that Bara is spelled out again with equidistant letter sequences and with the Word BARA right in the middle of that.

    Wow, just Wow...

    In addition the first two letters can be BAR for Son. For example the Jews speak of the BAR MITZVAH - that is an example of the Word BAR meaning Son (or Son of)...

    BAR is also used in Psalm 2 - Kiss the BAR - Lest He be angry...

    and that is reflected in Aramaic - Simon Bar Jonah - Simon, son of Jonah...

    So Bar is the first Word in the Hebrew Bible...the Bible starts of with The Son...

    Hallelujah...Holy is His Name...

    Then the Third Word in the Hebrew Bible is Elohim..."God" but the "im" is normally a plural ending...but it is translated as singular due to the entire context...

    That is giving support to 3 in 1...

    The fourth Word in the Hebrew Bible is a particle with no meaning, but it is made up of two letter...Aleph Tau ---

    Aleph - the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet

    Tau - the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet

    Hence - The First and the Last - The Alpha and Omega

    and in pictoral form as in ancient Hebrew -

    Aleph = Strength or Leader (as an Ox has strength) and Tau = the Cross

    Jesus on the Cross - the Leader on the Cross - The Almighty on the Cross -

    and the Tetragrammaton - Yod Hei Vav Hei in Pictoral form

    Yod = Hand

    Hey = Look or Behold

    Vav = Nail

    Hey = Behold

    Behold the Hand Behold the Nail - The God Who Is, Was, and Ever Shall Be -

    God is good!

    youtube: Behold the Nail, Behold the Hand - The Secret (Sacred) Name of God - YHWH


    God have mercy on us - How could You show us such amazing love to save us this way?

    Forgive us for our sins and help us to exalt You and make this good news known...

    This is humbling...

    1. Amazing stuff! And discussed in the video in the article I talk about the interesting Elohim (plural) created (singular). Also the plural pronouns used in Gen. 1.

  15. This Sunday's sermon is so good, would like to recommend u all to listen to it:



  16. Trinity can also be seen like this :

    A man can be a father, a son and a pastor at the same time. It shows the three roles of that person.

    Creator - God the Father ,
    Saviour - God the Son
    Helper - God the Holy Spirit


  17. Trinity - Wikipedia

    In Trinitarian doctrine, God exists as three persons or hypostases, but is one being, having a single divine nature. The members of the Trinity are co-equal and co-eternal, one in essence, nature, power, action, and will.

    I don't like it.
    Sounds like a religion!
    Trying to put God in a box.

    Christianity is not a religion; Paul taught it’s a way of life!  It’s based upon a personal relationship with God, who is seeking you out.  There is nothing we can do for God, except to satisfy His need for us, and the relationship we, as new creatures, can build with Him based upon trust.  The trust that grows between a father and his child.  Not between a father and his child and religious traditions that He so often condemned.

    In that I could find the God who loves me and teaches me how to love Him.  There is no fear in God at all, only love.  There is no condemnation for sin, only forgiveness.  There is no fear in death, because death holds no sting.  There is no fear in life, because we are not of this world, but merely passing through it on our journey to our everlasting life with God.

    Paul say's Jesus is the exact photograph of God!

    "This is My beloved Son, My Chosen One; with whom I am well-pleased; listen to Him!"

    "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me; and I give eternal life to them, and they shall never perish; and no one will snatch them out of My hand."
    "My Father, who has give them to Me, is greater then all; and no one is able to snatch them out of My Father's hand."

             "I and the Father are one."

    "All power and authority is given to me by my Father."

    Jesus said to him, "Have I been so long with you, and yet you have not come to know Me Philip? He who has seen Me has seen the Father; how do you say, 'Show us the Father'?

    The "Holy Spirit" is very different, "but whoever shall speak against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him."

    But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.
    But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man.
    For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ.

  18. If Jesus is God, I bet he'd want us to spend more time spreading justice and love, than on scholastic controversies about persons, processions and substances.

    like when Gary rightfully but respectfully helped change my mind about abortion. that was helpful, brother

    1. To some extent, I'd agree - but knowing truth isn't worthless either. And a world-view effects how a person lives (for example, you can say history is just meaningless facts that don't impact your life, except knowing history can have a huge impact on how you view politics, world trade, race relations, and more. So knowing who God has revealed himself to be can impact our relationship with him. As an example, we know He is a God of Love and Justice, so just imagine how our relationship with him would change if you didn't think God was those things? The concept of the Trinity is similar.

      But I'm kind of biased here - I love learning new facets of God! I delight in Him!

    2. With all due respect, Zachary, "justice and love" come from God, and can only be spread through true acceptance of WHO He is. If you do not know God (the Father, Son, and Spirit), then all earthly "justice and love" are pointless and wasted.

    3. I'm glad your position shifted! The babies will thank you!

  19. Awesome Gary. Thank you.

    P.S. I wonder if you would have any comments about the hurricanes coming as a follow up to the article you wrote a couple weeks ago?

    1. Thoughts: Marco of course means "Mark". Laura is derived from Greek through Latin and means "lane or path." The world is RACING along the path toward the mark at breakneck speed.

    2. I guess Marco dissipated or got absorbed by the other one? Haven't heard the circumstances yet, just that it was gone.

  20. #BREAKING: Shots have been fired from Lebanon toward IDF position along border. The #IDF is advising residents near the area to remain in their homes and close to shelter.

    (Source: Jerusalem Post)

  21. Gary, another interesting fact that is actually from scripture and proves the trinity, but very few people even know about it.
    Hebrew is among a few languages that actually have 2 plural forms. They have one form for 2 things, and there is another separate plural form for 3 or more. In Genesis, it says "God said let us make man in our image." This use of God in this verse, is this special plural form that is only used to mean 3 or more.

    Another, point, - not sure if you covered it or not -- Many people, even Christians say that Christ never explicitly said that he was God, but he did say that He and the Father are one.
    This is another case where it's not immediately clear in English - but in the Gospels Jesus said to the religious leaders, Before Moses was, I AM, and he used the sacred word that God himself used. The Jewish leaders instantly recognized this, and that's why they picked up stones to stone him. To the Jews, it was not only clear, but unmistakably clear - that he was saying he was God. ;-)

  22. http://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/audiences/2020/documents/papa-francesco_20200826_udienza-generale.html

    y'all see this? from the same institution that battled communism during John Paul II's tenure?

  23. God revealed the Trinity to me many years back after praying and pondering it. The answer was transmitted to my mind in a whole, as akin to DNA slicing and cloning; except the difference being that God cannot be diminished in any way! To fulfill His purposes for mankind, he basically withdrew Jesus and the Holy Spirit, out of himself. They are completely Him and He is completely whole and still contains the other two in whole. It was so He may sit eternally on the throne, Jesus could be born into human flesh and the Holy Spirit could indwelling all and perform work on the Earth. As a side note, I felt in my spirit that the companionship of the Trinity brought Him pleasure as well, not that God could be lonely! Thanks for the article! My explanation seems much more simple, but this was how I perceived the Trinity. GOD BLESS!!!



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