Questions

I have a few questions dear Brother about the God you worship. These are serious questions my dear Brother with life or death consequences.

Do you exalt the Holy Spirit? 
Do you worship the Holy Spirit?
Do you praise the Holy Spirit?
Do you pray to the Holy Spirit?

There is not one prayer or song or exclamation addressed to the Holy Spirit in the Bible, neither is there one precept in all the Bible authorizing such prayer or song. Nowhere in Scripture are we told to love, honor, or worship the Holy Spirit, or to pray to it for assistance. Why, if it is a person, like the Father and His Son?

In your God concept, in your mind, how you think of your God, do you believe that all three (God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit) are all the same exact being/person? The three-one God?

If the three are one, how is it possible to blaspheme one and not the other?

Read 1 COR 15:27-28 again and again as I can change something there to suit what I believe, but I can't.

1 Corinthians 15:27-28(KJV):

27 For he hath put all things under his feet. But when he saith all things are put under him, it is manifest that he is excepted, which did put all things under him.

28 And when all things shall be subdued unto him, then shall the Son also himself be subject unto him that put all things under him, that God may be all in all.


Why did Jesus say that the Father is greater than I? Clue! Check Corinthians above.

Do you believe that the Son of God had a beginning, a origin at some point in time before this world was created by Him and for Him? A point of time so far back in antiquity before this world ever was created?

Do you believe that the Son of God is a literal, real Son of God, the firstborn of all creation, the firstborn of Heaven?

Do you believe that the Son of God is and has always been immortal?

Do you believe that the God the Son is and has always been immortal?

Do you believe that the God the Holy Spirit is and has always been immortal?

Can you explain what you believe 1 Cor 8:6 says in your own words to me?
 
Do you believe that the Son of God has a God?

Do you believe that the Son of God has a Father?

Do you believe that the Son of God is the Father of Himself?

Do you believe that the Son of God ascended to Himself?

Do you believe the Son of God has scars in His hands, side and feet?

Do you believe the Father of the Son of God has scars in His hands, side and feet?

Do you believe God the Holy Spirit has scars in His hands, side and feet?

Do you believe there are TWO Fathers, the Father of the only begotten Son and the Father of mankind?

Do you believe the Father of the Son of God is both human and divine?

Do you believe the Father of the Son of God is only Divine?

Do you believe the Holy Spirit is now, today both human and divine?

Do you believe the Holy Spirit today is only divine and not human?

Do you believe the Holy Spirit was both human and divine before the time of the crucifixion of Christ?

Do you believe the Holy Spirit was ONLY Divine (not blended/fused both human and Divine) before the time of the crucifixion of Christ?

Do you believe that the Son of God both spoke and prayed to Himself at His baptism, and in the Garden of Gethsemane and his crucifixion?

If only the Father knows the day or hour of Christ second appearing (Matthew 24:36) and He is the exact same being, how do you explain that? 

If Jesus was 100% GOD and 100% man when on earth, how come did he not know when the end will come?

Do you believe, There is one God (i.e., one proper object of religious devotion)?

Do you believe, The one God is a single divine being, the LORD (Jehovah, Yahweh)?

Do you believe, The Father of our Lord Jesus Christ is God?

Do you believe, The Son, Jesus Christ, is God?

Do you believe, The Holy Spirit is God?

Do you believe, The Father is not the Son?

Do you believe, The Father is not the Holy Spirit?

Do you believe, The Son is not the Holy Spirit?

If the Trinity Doctrine is a Bible teaching...

1. Then why do NUMEROUS encyclopedias agree that 
"... the doctrine of the Trinity was of gradual and comparatively late formation; that it had its origin in a source entirely foreign from that of the Jewish and Christian scriptures; that it grew up, and was ingrafted on Christianity"?– p. 34, The Church of the First Three Centuries, Alvan Lamson, D.D.

2. Then why do many encyclopedias, dictionaries and other sources (including Sir Isaac Newton) agree that the "Trinity was a pagan corruption imposed on Christianity in the fourth century by Athanasius"?

3. Then why does the Bible consistently identify God by singular person pronouns: "I, "Me," "He, and "Him" instead of "We", "Us", "They" or "Them"?

4. Then why does 2 Cor. 13:14 say that the Lord Jesus Christ is one individual, the holy spirit is another individual (whether a person or a thing), and that "GOD" IS ANOTHER DIFFERENT INDIVIDUAL?

5. Then why is there not even one scripture which clearly defines the Trinity? 

6. Then why is there not even one scripture of a vision, dream, or CLEARdescription wherein God is shown as three persons?

7. Then why is there not even one scripture where God is described using the word "three"?

If Jesus is Almighty God... 

1. Then why is "God head of Christ just as Christ is head of man"?(1 Cor. 11:3)

2. Then why does Scripture consistently phrase Jesus as a separate person from God?(John 20:17; John 14:1; Mark 10:18; John 17:1-3; etc. Also in heaven, 1 Cor. 11:3; Luke 22:69; etc.) 

3. Then how can Jesus have a God? Could Almighty God have a God?(Mic. 5:4; Ps. 45:6, 7; 89:26; John 20:17; Rom. 15:6; 2 Cor. 1:3; Eph 1:3; Col 1:3; Mark 15:34; John 17:1-3; Also in heaven, Rev. 1:6; 3:2, 12) 

4. Then why does Scripture say he was born and is part of Creation?(Col. 1:15)

As to #4, my bible says "Christ is the visible image of the invisible God. He existed before anything was created and is supreme over all creation, for through Him God created everything in ther heavenly realms and on the earth." Sounds like it says Christ was there before creation.

5. Then why does Rev. 3:14 say that Jesus is "the beginning of the creation of God"?

6. Then why is he subject to GOD, like we're subject to him?(1 Cor. 15:27, 28; Eph. 1:17)

7. Then why does Micah 5:2 say that Jesus' ORIGIN was “from early times”? 

8. Then why does Jesus not know what God knows?(Matt. 24:36, Rev.1:1; Luke 8:45)
9. Then why is Jesus still subject to God when he is as high as he will ever be?(1 Cor. 15:27, 28)

10. Then why does Proverbs 8:22-31 show that the Messiah was CREATED / PRODUCED by God?

11. Then why is he not powerful enough to subject things to himself?(1 Cor. 15:27, Eph. 1:17, 22)

12. Then why would he have to be given any power and authority?(Mt. 28:18; 11:27; Jn. 5:22; 17:2; 3:35; 2 Pet. 1:17)

13. Then why did he have to learn anything?(Heb. 5:8; John 5:19; 8:28)

14. Then why is speaking against him not as bad as speaking against the Holy Spirit?(Mt. 12:31,32; Luke 12:10)

15. Then why did Jesus call the "Father...the only true God"?(John 17:3)

16. Then why did he need to be saved?(Heb. 5:7; John 12:27)

17. Then why did he have to be exalted to Leader and Savior?(Acts 5:31)

18. Then how could he be exalted and given a higher name than he had?(Phil. 2:9-11; Heb. 1:2-4)

19. Then why did he have to be given life in himself?(John 5:25,26)

20. Then how can the Father be greater than him?(John 14:28)

21. Then how could Jesus be tempted by Satan when God cannot be tempted with evil?(James 1:13)

22. Then why did he worship the Father?(John 4:22)

23. Then why can he not do anything on his own?(John 5:19; 6:38)

24. Then why would he pray to anybody?(Luke 22:44; John 17:1,2; Heb. 5:7)

25. Then why does John 1:18 say that Jesus is God's "only BEGOTTEN Son"? ASV

26. Then how can he be God's servant?(Acts 4:26,27,30)

27. Then how could he receive strength from an angel?(Luke 22:43)

28. Then how could he be a mediator between God and man?(1 Tim. 2:5)

29. Then how could he be with God (ho theos)?(John 1:1)

30. Then how can he be God's image?(Col. 1:15; Heb. 1:3)

31. Then why is he called the agency (dia) of creation and not the Originator (ek)?(1 Cor. 8:6; John 1:1-3; Prov. 8:30; Heb. 2:10; Col. 1:15,16)

32. Then why did Jesus say GOD was "good" in a way that Jesus was not?(Mark 10:18)

33. Then why does he have an archangel's voice instead of God's voice?(1 Thess. 4:16)

34. Then why is the only "worship" given to him the same given to humans?(Heb. 1:6, cf. Mt. 18:26; Rev. 3:9 - "Proskuneo")

35. Then why do many who believe this rely on a few selected, so-called 'proof-texts' instead of the context of the consistent teaching of the entire Bible?

36. Then how could he get commanded to do anything?(John 12:49; Deut. 18:18)

37. Then why did Steven see two separate entities, GOD and Jesus, and not just one God or three persons?(Acts 7:55)

38. Then how could he be seen at GOD's right hand?(Luke 22:69; Acts 7:55; Rom. 8:34)

39. Then how could Jesus be exalted (not to become God Himself, but) to the position of the "right hand OF God"?(Acts 2:33)

40. Then why would he have to receive a revelation from God?(Rev.1:1)

41. Then why is he called God's "begotten" Son before he came to earth?(John 3:16; Gal. 4:4; 1 John 4:9)
42. Then how could he have a Father?(John 20:17)

43. Then how could he come in flesh?(1 Kings 8:27; Acts 17:24,25)

44. Then why did he not come in his own name?(John 5:41-44)

45. Then why did Jesus "come down from heaven to do" God's will and not his own will?(Luke 22:42; John 6:38; John 5:30; John 8:42) 

46. Then how could he appear before GOD?(Heb. 9:24) 

47. Then how could he die? Can God die? Can part of God die?(Rom. 5:10; Acts 5:30; 1 Cor. 15:3; Hab.1:12; cf. 1 Tim. 6:16; Num. 23:19; Ps. 90:2; Dan. 6:25-26)

48. Then why is it that God resurrected Jesus?(Acts 2:32)

49. Then why can we see him if "no man has seen God at any time"?(John 1:18)

50. Then why is there not one clear scripture where Jesus is called "God the Son," (equal to those declaring "God, the Father)?

IF THE HOLY SPIRIT IS ALMIGHTY GOD...

1. Then why do quotes from Trinitarians admit that the Holy Spirit is not God but rather is a force from God? 

2. Then why would Jews instructed in the Old Testament scriptures and in the teachings of John the Baptist, NOT EVEN KNOW WHAT THE HOLY SPIRIT WAS?(Acts 19:2)

3. Then why isn't the Holy Spirit given equal description in the Bible?

4. Then why didn't Jesus ever teach that the Holy Spirit was God along with the Father and Son?

5. Then why does the Bible describe the Holy Spirit as an "it"?(Is. 34:16 ASV, KJV; Numbers 11:17, 25 ASV, KJV, RSV, NRSV, AT, LB, NEB, REB, NAB, JB, NJB; and Romans 8:16, 26 in the KJV.)

6. Then why does the Bible describe the Holy Spirit as a thing that can be poured out into portions?(Acts 2:17, 18, 33; Numbers 11:17, 25) 

7. Then why is the holy spirit nameless and indistinguishable from all of the other holy spirits?

8. Then why did the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD disregard the Holy Spirit as a member of the Godhead when they made Jesus 'God' in 325 AD? Why did they wait until the Council of Constantinople in 381 AD to include the Holy Spirit in the formula?

9. Then wouldn't the water and blood be persons too according to Trinitarian reasoning and 1 John 5:8?

10. Then why is it sandwiched between a list of QUALITIES at 2 Cor. 6:6? 

11. Then why does the NT Greek Lexicon describes the Holy Spirit as "this" at Acts 2:33?

12. Then why is it that nowhere in the Bible is the Holy Spirit ever said to be an equal member of a trinity?

13. Then why is it that nowhere is it mentioned in the Bible the words, "God, the Holy Spirit," or "The Holy Spirit is God"?

14. Then why is it that there is never mentioned a vision, dream or cleardescription in scripture wherein God and the Holy Spirit are shown as the same person?[1]

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[1] Elijah, Examining the Trinity, "Dozens of Questions For Those Who Believe in the Trinity", March 23, 2010.
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Here is a little something I felt to share with everyone. According to the Trinity, there are three, separate, distinct, co-equal, co-eternal persons in the Godhead. Here are some questions that they simply cannot answer:


1.) If it was the Holy Ghost that overshadowed Mary, then who is the Father? Why not call the Holy Ghost the Father?

2.) Who looks older after all this time, the Father, or the Son? (In a comedic sense)

3.) If Jesus is the name of the Son, what is his Father's name, since Jesus got his name by inheritance? Jesus Sr.?


The are a countless number of flaws to their ridiculously absurd fallacy of a Godhead. These are just a couple of questions that no Trinitarian can honestly answer without realizing their error. There are far too many Mark 12:29/Deuteronomy 6:4-ignoring people these days. I'm glad that I can see right through it now. I thank Jesus, the Everlasting Father, the only God that there has ever been.

I asked a Trinitarian a question...what is the difference...between Begotten of the Father and Conceived by the Holy Spirit?

There are TWO FATHERS. God the Father of Christ who was TWICE BORN, first of the Spirit in Heaven and again born of the Spirit into the flesh, into the body prepared for Him per Heb 10:5 "a body thou hast prepared for me".

The significance is that there is no difference! This proves that the Holy Spirit is the Father/ The Spirit of Jesus Christ.

Dear Brother ****,

You are misinterpreting my words. I did not say that the Son of God was not God. But does the Son of God have a God? Does the Son of God also have a God to worship? YES! 

"And when all things shall be subdued unto him, then shall the Son also himself be subject unto him that put all things under him, that God may be all in all." 1 Corinthians 15:28 (KJV)

1 Corinthians 15:24 "Then the end will come, when he (Son of God) hands over the kingdom to God the Father after he (Son of God) has destroyed all dominion, authority and power." King James Version (KJV) "Then cometh the end, when he shall have delivered up the kingdom to God, even the Father; when he shall have put down all rule and all authority and power." 

Amplified Bible (AMP) "After that comes the end (the completion), when He (Jesus) delivers over the kingdom to God the Father after rendering inoperative and abolishing every [other] rule and every authority and power."

"Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to my Godand your God" John 20:17.

 IT'S MIDNIGHT! When sleep [apostasy] is deepest and awaking most unwelcome. Matthew 25:6 "And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him." 

God, is the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ

"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ," Ephesians 1:3

"The God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, " 2 Corinthians 11:31

"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ," 1 Peter 1:3

"Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to MY Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto MY Father, and your Father; and to MY GOD, and your God. John 20:17

"And Jesus answered and said unto him, Get thee behind me, Satan: for it is written, Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve." Luke 4:8

the head of Christ is God." 1 Corinthians 11:3
 
"And ye are Christ's; and Christ is God's." (KJV) 1 Corinthians 3:23

Galatians 3:29 If you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise.

1 Corinthians 15:28 When he has done this, then the Son himself will be made subject to him (the God and Father of Jesus) who put everything under him, so that God may be all in all. 

Jesus said in John 14:1 "Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in Godbelieve also in me."

1 Thessalonians 2:13 "For this cause also thank we God without ceasing, because, when ye received the word of God which ye heard of us, ye received it not as the word of men, but as it is in truth, the word of God, which effectually worketh also in you that believe.

John 3:16

Amplified Bible (AMP)

16 For God so greatly loved and dearly prized the world that He [even] gave up His only begotten ([aunique) Son, so that whoever believes in (trusts in, clings to, relies on) Him shall not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have eternal (everlasting) life.

Definition of UNIQUE

1: being the only one : sole 

2 a : being without a like or equal : unequaled 

b : distinctively characteristic : peculiar 

3: unusual 


UNIQUE definition: existing as the only one or as the sole example; single; solitary in type or characteristics: having no like or equal; unparalleled; incomparable: limited in occurrence to a given class, situation, or area.

Brother ****, the Son of God has been and is BOTH fully Divine and fully Human since the cross, for nearly 2000 years now. The God and Father of the Son of God is only Divine...not both human and divine. He is unique in that way...only by the Spirit of Christ, the DIVINE and HUMAN Holy Spirit of Christ dwelling in our body can we then become charged with the supernatural Divine/Human Spirit of Christ - this is how per James 1:18 that God has chosen to give us birth - by the Spirit of Truth - the Spirit of Christ per Romans 8:9!

I am not seeking to belittle you in the least dear Brother. I want you saved! That is my only goal here. We all have much to unlearn and much to learn. :)  If our people were half awake, if they realized the nearness of the events portrayed in the Revelation, a reformation would be wrought in our churches, and many more would believe the message. We have no time to lose; God calls upon us to watch for souls as they that must give an account.

That is the issue. Two distinct beings who are both called "God". There are many "Gods", but to US there is but ONE GOD, the Father of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. See 1 Cor 8:5-6. Jesus is also called God. There are TWO distinct beings who are called God. God the Father and the Son of God are both called "God".

"It may be objected, If the Father and the Son are two distinct beings, do you not, in worshipping the Son and calling him God, break the first commandment of the decalogue? "No; it is the Father's will 'That all men should honor the Son, even as they honor the Father.' We cannot break the commandment and dishonor God by obeying him. The Fathers says of the Son, 'Let all the angels of God worship him.' Should angels refuse to worship the Son, they would rebel against the Father. Children inherit the name of their Father. The Son of God 'hath by inheritance obtained a more excellent name than' the angels. That name is the name of his Father. The Father says to the Son, 'Thy throne, O God, is forever and ever.' Heb.1. The Son is called 'The mighty God.' Isa. 9:6. And when he comes again to earth his waiting people will exclaim, 'This is our God.' Isa. 25:9. It is the will of the Father that we should thus honor the Son. In doing so we render supreme honor to the Father. If we dishonor the Son, we dishonor the Father; for he requires us to honor his son. "But though the Son is called God yet there is a 'God and Father of our lord Jesus Christ' 1Pet. 1:3. Though the Father says to the Son, 'Thy throne, O God, is forever and ever,' yet, that throne is given him of his Father; and because he loved righteousness and hated iniquity, he further says, 'Therefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee.' Heb. 1:9. 'God hath made that same Jesus both Lord and Christ.' Acts. 2:36The Son is 'the everlasting Father,' not of himself, nor of his Father, but of his children. His language is, 'I and the children which God hath given me.' Heb. 2:13." R. F. Cottrell, Review and Herald, June 1, 1869.


You can take this even farther. But until you can see the truth as it was believed and taught by the Son of God and His 12 apostles and again by the early SDA pioneers...it is pointless.
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Questions for Trinitarians
Things to Think About


Logic/Reason
  • If the doctrine of the Trinity is so fundamental to Christianity, as Trinitarians claim, why is there a complete failure on the part of Jesus or his apostles to articulate it anywhere? 

  • What do you honestly think the New Testament would look like if today's Trinitarians wrote these books? Would it look any different? Would they say some things the apostles did not say? 

  • Since the one God is the main character in the Bible, where can anyone find even a single mention of a three person God in the Bible without asking them to imagine preconceived Trinitarian doctrine into the text?

  • Have you ever noticed that you are expected to "discover" God is three persons? Why is this three person being so elusive about His true identity?

  • Do you actually think Jesus should have, or could have, told Nicodemus that he was the second person of the Jews' Triune God 

  • When the ancient Israelites prayed or heard the words, "Hear O Israel, the LORD our God the LORD is one", don't you think they were expected to understand these words? If so, how could they be expected to think it means, "the Lord is one divine ousia"? If not, why would they be expected to believe something which they did not know? 

  • Was Moses a Trinitarian? 

  • If the one true God was fully aware that his choice of language and imagery would most definitely lead people to conclude he is one person, when He was not one person but was actually three persons all along, wouldn't that make God a deceiver? 

  • Is the word hypostasis synonymous with the English word "person"? If not, why are you using the word "person" to describe your doctrine? If so, please define the word "person."

  • Is it true to say that for Christians the one God is the Triune God or the one God is the Father? 

  • How do you know the Father is in fact a person? What quality or characteristic defines the Father as a person? 

  • How do you know the Son is in fact a person?What quality or characteristic defines the Father as a person? 

  • When Trinitarians claim that the Bible never indicates that the one God is a person, why do they fail to notice the Bible never indicates the Holy Spirit is a person either? 

  • Why do Trinitarians insist that the Holy Spirit is one distinct person because singular personal pronouns are used of the Holy Spirit, but deny the one God is one distinct person when the same thing is true of the one God? 

  • Why do Trinitarians insist that the Holy Spirit is one distinct person because Biblical language shows the Holy Spirit has the attributes of a single person, but deny the one God is one distinct person when the same thing is true of the one true God?

  • Is Jesus the Son, the second person of the Trinity, a "being" or a "person"? 

  • If Jesus is not a being then is it wrong to say he is a human being? 

  • If the one true God is one divine being and Jesus is not a divine being then shall we conclude he is not the one true divine being, the one true God? Or, If the one true God is one divine being and Jesus is the one true God must we conclude he is the one divine being? 

  • If the one true God is a Triune Being then shall we conclude that Jesus is that one true God? If not, is Jesus then a different God? If so, can you explain how Jesus is the one Triune God? 

  • If the Triune Being is the one true God then shall we conclude that Jesus is that one true God? If not, is Jesus then a different God? If so, can you explain how Jesus is the one Triune God? 

  • Is it true to say that for Christians the one God is the Triune God or is it true that for Christians the one God is the Father? 

  • If both are true, then can we say that the one true God is either three persons or that the one true God is one person?

  • Is it ever okay to identify the one God as one person? If not why does Paul do it? If so, why do Trinitarians object to identifying God as one person? 

  • If God the Father is the first hypostasis OF the Trinity, then may we conclude there is something antecedent to God? Is the Father the Triune God's first person? If so, then does this mean the Father belongs to the Triune God? 

  • What would be the quality or characteristic feature that would determine that multiple identities are not one God but multiple gods? 

  • If three persons having one nature are deemed to be one being, then should you consistently say that one person having two natures is deemed to be two beings? 

  • When Jesus told Mary Magdalene that he was ascending to "my Father and your Father and to my God and your God" do you think he really meant he was ascending to, "my Father and your Father and to my God and the first hypostasis of your God"? 

  • Was God the Son, the Second Person of the Trinity, that dead flesh hanging on the cross and laying dead in the tomb? If not, who was? If so, was God the Son half dead and half alive? 

  • Are God the Son and Jesus the same person? 

  • If Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity, how did the first person of the Trinity turn out to be Jesus' Father? 

  • Have you ever noticed that Paul said that the risen Jesus IS the Spirit? Don't you find that troubling since Jesus most definitely IS NOT the Spirit in Trinitarian doctrine? 

  • Was Jesus a Trinitarian? If not, why are you? If so, are you actually claiming that his one and only God was a three person being? 

  • Are you a child of God or a child of the first hypostasis of the Triune God or both? 

  • If God is a God of the living and not the dead, and we have died and it is no longer us who live but Christ who lives in us, then who is the one true God of Christ who lives in us? 

  • If Peter had asked Jesus the question, "Who is your God?", do you think he would have gotten a Trinitarian answer? Or do you think Jesus would have said, "My Father alone"? 

  • When John said no one has ever seen God but the Son expresses the Father, does it honestly sound to you like John meant, "no one has ever seen the first hypostasis but the second hypostasis expresses the first hypostasis"? 

  • If Jesus had said, "I am not God," do you think Trinitarians would simply say, "Jesus meant he was not the Father," and still claim Jesus is God? 

Scripture
  • Why do suppose Trinitarians simply read their doctrine into the text at Genesis 1:26? 

  • Why do suppose Trinitarian scholars have so many other interpretations of Genesis 1:26? 

  • Did you know that a singular versus plural interplay occurs at Genesis 1:26 concerning man as well as God? 

  • Don't you suppose the natural reading of Genesis 1:26-27 would be to see that the image and likeness of "us" and "our" in this verse is "male and female." 

  • Did you know that the Hebrew word EL, which is usually translated as "God" at Isaiah 9:6, is not equivalent to our English word God and this word EL is used to refer to men, mountains and trees? 

  • Have you ever noticed that the Trinitarian translation of Zechariah 12:10 doesn't even makes sense? People will look upon "ME" whom they pierced but they will mourn for "HIM." 

  • Have you noticed that when Yahweh says He will not give His glory to another at Isaiah 42:8, that it is necessarily the Father speaking? 

  • When you read Isaiah 43:11, "there is no Savior besides Me," do you forget that Scripture says that Jesus is God's salvation and it is God who raised up this Savior? 

  • Did you know that the early Christians rarely quoted the "only begotten God" variant of John 1:18? 

  • Did you know that the Greek text at John 10:33 is how an ancient Greek speaker would say, "make yourself a god"? 

  • Did you know that important manuscripts read "church of the Lord" at Acts 20:28 and not "church of God"? 

  • Did you know that Codex Sinaiticus, one of our most important manuscripts, reads "righteousness of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ" at 2 Peter 1:1 and not "righteousness of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ"? 

  • Did you know that 1 John 5:7 is not in modern translations for a very good reason? 

How could only the second person of the Trinity become a man, and not the other two persons in light of the Trinitarian doctrine of the perichoresis of persons? How can the Father and Spirit only indwell Jesus (as it is commonly stated), while the eternal Son is actually Jesus' essential deity? How can one separate the persons like that without confessing three gods, only one of which became incarnated, and the other two just tag along? If it was the eternal Son who became a man, and not the Father or Spirit, then why did Jesus not state this? 

Paul said Jesus is the image of the invisible God. Jesus said that those who saw Him saw the Father (obviously not the essence of the Father, for no man can see God's essence no matter if He is one or three persons). Never does He state that they were seeing the image of the incarnated eternal Son.. If Jesus is the 'second person' made flesh, then why didn't He ever say "he who has seen me has seen the Son"? Why not "he who has seen me has seen the Holy Spirit"? Why is it only the Father? If Jesus' deity is the eternal Son, in contradistinction to the Father and Spirit, why would Jesus say that they have seen the Father by seeing Him, rather than seeing the Son? Jesus indicated that to see Him was to see the person who sent Him [Father] (John 12:45)

There is not one prayer or song or exclamation addressed to the Holy Spirit in the Bible, neither is there one precept in all the Bible authorizing such prayer or song. Nowhere in Scripture are we told to love,honour, or worship the Holy Spirit, or to pray to it for assistance. Why, if it is a person, like the Father and His Son?

In the hymns of adoration recorded in Revelation, the Father and Son are mentioned but not the Holy Spirit. Why is reference to the Holy Spirit omitted if the Spirit is a third person of a triune God?

Rev.5:13 says: "Blessing, and honour, and glory, and power, be unto him (the Father) who sits upon the throne, and to the lamb (Jesus) forever and ever." Also 
Rev.7:10: "Salvation to our God who sits upon the throne,and to the lamb."

Why is there no reference to the Holy Spirit in these hymns of adoration if it is a co-equal member of the Spirit omitted? The Bible frequently pictures the Father sitting upon His throne and Jesus sitting or standing at His right hand, but never refers to the Holy Spirit sitting on the throne with them, either on the left hand or elsewhere.

If the Holy Spirit is a separate person from the Father and Son, why is there never any mention of him being enthroned or reigning with them? The Father and Son are often associated together in judgement and redemption, and the coming kingdom is referred to as the kingdom of God and His Christ (Rev.11:15), but the Holy Spirit is omitted. Why?

In 1 Cor.11:3 we read: "But I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God." Now here is a specific order presented by the apostle Paul which he says he wants us to know about. He refers to woman, man,Christ and God, but makes no mention of the Holy Spirit. If the Holy Spirit is a person like the Father, Son, man and woman, and belongs to this "family" as a separate person, why is he left out?

Just a simple yes and no answer will suffice for most questions I've asked you in most cases. I am serious dear Brother or Sister! I want you to be able to SEE the truth about God. To KNOW and UNDERSTAND Him according to Jer 9:24 and John 17:3!  Answering these questions I have presented to you, I pray will help to open your eyes and inspire you to study like you've never studied before all the while claiming Jer 33:3 in the Most Holy Place by faith.

I am watching out for souls to gather to the Most Holy Place in the Heavenly Sanctuary church triumphant...

Awaiting your answers, in Christ, I am, like Noah was waiting for a answer before the door of the Ark closed, I am waiting for an answer from you before the door of probation closes for the House of God. Like Elijah waited for an answer from the people on Mount Camel! 

"Elijah went before the people and said, "How long will you waver between two opinions? If the LORD is God, follow him; but if Baal is God, follow him." But the people said nothing" 1 Kings 18:21.  Why resort to preaching heretic pagan doctrines just because it conforms to church traditions.

Warm regards,

Cindy Haynes
573-351-1111 or 573-996-6401 (Text)
weddingpartyprocession@gmail.com
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