sábado, 18 de maio de 2013

THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY...


The doctrine of the Trinity says that God is one, but it exists in three distinct persons, but with the same core (omnipotence, omniscience and omnipresence).
The same features that are in the Father are the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Did this study to counter a statement from someone who used to say that John 14:28 Jesus is less than God the Father, and that the doctrine of the Trinity is unbiblical. He said that there is the word Trinity in the Bible, it is true that there is, but the Bible shows both the Old and New Testament, there are three divine persons, who have the same essence, so they are called the Trinity Santa, are three people with the same characteristics. But where are they in the Old T. ? see: in Genesis. have the possessive pronoun our, and God said, Let us make man in our .... this pronoun indicates that God spoke to another or others of the same image to him, because the pronoun is plural.
The only being made in the image of God is the human being, for this, he was not talking to angels, when he said he would make man in his image and likeness for this, God was speaking to other beings similar to him, and these beings were the 2nd and 3rd person of the Trinity, that is: Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. So here we have the second person of the Trinity. And where it appears the third? see: Ge. 1:2.
In Ge. 1:26, we have the 1st and 2nd person, and Ge. 1:2, we have the 3rd person.
In Psalm 104:30, we see that God the Father sends God the Holy Spirit, to renew and care for creation.
The three people, though they have the same power and holiness, in the role of creating each of them plays a role, and therefore submits to one another and dare not run the job that belongs to another, and that by mutual consent.
The three people worked in the role of creation.
But because one is called Father, another of the Son, and another of the Holy Spirit? is precisely because of their distinct roles in the creation and the plan of redemption.
The work of creation, each exercised their work, and the plan of redemption, the same way; example: The three people planned to create everything created, and they are omniscient, knew the choice that man, endowed with what would be done free will, would.
This man, done with the power of choice (free will) the three people already knew that he would choose to disobey his order will, so before executing the plan of creation, the three persons of the Trinity developed the plan of salvation. Apoc. 13:8. They agreed that both the act of creation as the act of redeeming creation, each would perform a specific job, and the implementation of these papers, one is called Father, another of the Son, and another of the Holy Spirit. And why? is because of the three persons of the Triune God, his role was to strip of his glory, for some time, and come to earth, take a human body, living with the same weaknesses of humans (except sin) and living in human form, without sin, could, like a sinner, die in the place of sinful humanity, thus paying the price demanded for the redemption of sinners.
So, as a human, Jesus, the 2nd person of the Trinity, he underwent the first person as Father and the earthly authorities, so worthy to be called the holy Son of God. Philippians 2: 5-10. Luke 2:51.
Therefore, the 2nd person of the Trinity is only called a Son of God, because of his humanity, the second person took human form and lived on earth as a human, which is why he said: "The Father is greater than I. . "
There are passages that seem to contradict each other, because now says that Jesus is like the Father, and now says that the Father is greater than Jesus, but there is no contradiction. To understand, we must know that Jesus lived and spoke as God and man. As a man he said the Father is greater than I, but as God he said: I and the Father are one.
John 14:28. John 10:30.
There are people who use John 14:28 and John 13:16, Jesus said that for C. is less than the Father, and therefore does not have the same essence of God, but if we examine the context, we will see that your interpretation is wrong; example: Jesus said in John 14:28 that the Father is greater than he, but see: he said the Father .. Then it is clear that at that time did not speak as God but as Son. Jesus as the Son to the Father was undergoing as human as he humbled himself and became a servant.
Every time that Jesus identified himself as less than God the Father was speaking as a human, and not as a pre-existent with God the Father be called, because the biblical context, especially the remote, it says that Jesus is one with the person called the Father, in the sense that it has the same essence. Incidentally, as God, Jesus is not the Son of God. Calm! I'll explain: What made it the Son of God was simply his humanity, because as God, Jesus C. Son has never been, as it is not created by God, it is not creature but Creator.
Jesus is before all things created, and was the 1st person of the Trinity in the act of creation.
John 1:1-5,10. Al.1: 16-17. John 8:58. Ex: 3:14. Heb. 1:1-12.
There is no sound basis in the text of John 10:29, Jesus said that for C. is less than God the Father
They say that Jesus is less than God the Father, because he said that the Father is greater than all, and therefore, according to them, Jesus is part of this all, because everyone wants to say the totality of living beings.
But when Jesus said the word all, he did not occluded all this, because in the context he claims to be equal with the Father John 10:28-30. Also, if we use the word all to interpret that God the Father is greater than Jesus Christ, and then we can find scriptures that say Jesus is greater than God the Father, because Jesus said, asserting that the Father is greater than all, was saying that God the Father is greater than himself, because everyone, I mean everyone, including the speaker himself, Jesus C. , But this interpretation is out of context.
Why? because we have a text that says that Jesus is the Eternal God, and upon all, and, if the word all in this text means all without exception, then God the Father is part of all, because this was the interpretation to affirm that God Father is greater than Jesus Christ.
It is not fair to use the word all of John 10:28, in the sense that all means all without excepting even the divine person (Jesus) and not use it with the same sense Rom. 9:5. Then, applying the same interpretation, we affirm basis for unlike them, because in Rom. 9, 5 says Jesus C. Eternal God is over all. But the truth is: Rom. 9:5 means that Jesus C. Eternal is God over all, except to God the Father, and John 10:28, mean that God the Father is greater than all, except Jesus C., and, of course, the Holy S., in the sense of its existence with and as God, before the foundation of the world.
In fact, when Jesus said that the Father is greater than all, is like a son said that his father is greater than all, and then claimed that he is the father's height. It's like if someone said: the guy is taller than everyone except me, namely: Joseph is higher than all but is not taller than me.
So we conclude that the 2nd person of the Trinity is called Son, because he took on human form, the plan of salvation.
We also conclude that one of the reasons that the 1st person is called of God the Father, because it is assumed the position of the Father to send the Spirit S., to form the body of Jesus C., in the womb of Mary.
The 1st person is also called the Father, in that He created living beings and all that is, but at this point, the three persons are Father, because, as we have seen, the three worked in the act of creation.
But, the third person of the Trinity? that is called God the Holy Spirit? well, if you prefer you can call it the Spirit of God only, because: Father, Son and Holy S. , Only nouns are used to identify them in their roles in the creation and the plan of redemption. Incidentally, are the only things that make them different, because out of nouns, they are equal in their attributes.
(Omniscience, Omnipotence and Omnipresence).
And the noun, Spirit, and the adjective, Ghost? Spirit indicates your Divinity, and Santo, its perfection; Incidentally, three persons are Santas, or Santo because they are God, not gods. Three persons and one God: This is the true doctrine concerning the Holy Trinity, or Triune God and Holy. (The Triune God is Spirit and is holy).
John 4:24. Leviticus 11:44-45. 1st ped.1 :14-15. Leviticus 19:2. Leviticus 20:7. 5:48.
Dear Reader: we will not delve much on the subject on the different roles of the three persons of the Trinity, because this is not the purpose of this study, the objective of the study contained in this book is to prove that Jesus Christ Vomo God is not greater, nor Couco smaller than the other persons of the Trinity, and that, although there is this word in the Bible is no basis to teach that God is one, but it exists in three persons. There are three people, but have the same divine attributes. Three persons, but one God, worthy of honor and glory forever. Amen!
The call of this teaching: The doctrine of the Trinity. See some texts in the New Testament, which confirm the doctrine of the existence of the three persons of the Trinity: Luke 3:21-22. John 14:16,26. John 16:5-15. John 15:24. 1 John 5:6-8. Luke 24:49. Acts 1:8. Acts 2:4.
Those who teach that Jesus Christ is less than God the Father say that when Jesus said that he and the Father are one, was speaking of his union with the Father in purpose, agreeing with one another in all aspects, but to be a the Father, is very different from just agree with him
Two people to be one, must be a unity beyond unity of thought and purpose, because: what is the individual? is to be different and still is, even though the union of purpose and agreement on the way of thinking and acting.
This is very different from being with one another because although they are in agreement, are different.
So if Jesus was united with the Father in this sense only, it would be a divine person different and a different "God", if he is less than God the Father
Therefore, Jesus Christ not only agrees with God the Father, but is equal to Him, because the verb is used, indicating that He is equal with the Father He said: I and Father are ... He said that He and the Father like a agreed, but said that He and the Father are one. Glory God!??
In 1 John 5:6-8, John says that there are three witnesses in heaven, and these three are one; also states that there are three that bear witness in earth, and these three agree in one, or a.
See the difference: vesso 7: three are one; vesso 8: three agree in one. Noticed? not? notice that when he speaks of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, uses the verb to be, he said, are one: not only agree on one, but they are one. But in speaking of the Holy S., of águam and blood, John said: These three agree in one; did not use the verb to be, but said they mutually agree. The water, the Holy Spirit and Blood are not one, just agree on one, are very different.
So, John used the same word that the Lord Jesus Christ used to talk about his union with the Father, He said: I and the Father are one. John said: Father, Son and Holy Spirit are three persons, but they are a ...
A God who exists in three persons.
This is the wonderful Triune God. Hallelujah! Praise Him, because He is the Lord. Glory to the Triune God!

Amen

God Bless All ...!!

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