7 For there are three that
bear record in
heaven, the Father,
and the Holy
8 And there are three that
bear witness in
earth, the Spirit, and the
water, and the
blood: and these three agree
-- 1st JOHN CHAPTER 5 :7-8
JESUS...being in the FORM
thought it not robbery to
be EQUAL WITH GOD:
made himself of no
reputation, and took upon him the
form of a servant, and was
made in the likeness of men:
And being found in fashion
as a man, he humbled himself,
and became obedient
unto death, even the death of the
"... feed the church of
he hath purchased
with his OWN
hmm, If Jesus wasn't God then whose "own blood" was
It is so clear and easy to see. I don't understand
how so many people can't see it.
Now you are a fool if you don't
believe after looking at the proof in the links and writings on this page.
Some things I think about the "Godhead/Trinity."
First of all I in no way think
that there are three Gods.
The Bible says many times that
there is ONE God or that God is ONE.
Hopefully some of these links
will help explain some things to you.
The order of Father (Jehovah), Son(Word),
and Holy Ghost(Spirit):
I don't think that this is
in order of importance. It seems to me that this is the order in
which God revealed
Himself to His people.
First as Jehovah
or the Father,
then as the Word
or the Son
which was the Word made flesh on earth,
and then He released His Spirit
or Holy Spirit
into us or those that believe and accept Him.
The three that bear witness in earth:
The Spirit, water, and the blood.
All three agree in one which
is an agreement in the Salvation or Grace given to us that is received
by us through faith from the Lord Christ Jesus. I think or understand
the witnesses in earth as the Spirit
as both the Holy Spirit
that we are baptized in and could also be the spirit
of the believer. It seems like the
as the witness is the water that we are baptized
in and possibly tears
that are shed during prayer or giving praise to God.
When we go under water as if into the ground we rise up to new life and
a new spirit. The Blood
I think is the blood of Jesus Christ
that was spelt when He died so that all who loved God could receive His
grace. This is because the Lord had already held the burden of our sins
in His death. His blood was both the ultimate sacrifice for our sins
but was also the punishment for our sins. It shows the pain He went
through for us in-order to spare us (the Church) of it (punishment in Hell)
after death. The Blood could also be that
of those that have suffered or died because of their faith in God and knowing
I will add some extra verses
on here but for now there are only links:
" Jesus Christ is God Incarnate"
This is a really good one and
can make your mind clear of lies.
"Who is Jesus?"-
"by the Rev. Douglas M. Taylor"
"Baptism + 'Trinity'"-
An e-mail I wrote to a good
friend explaining a few reasons why I think some things about Baptism
and the Trinity.
"In Light of Tenach: The
"by Milton B. Lindberg
HEAR, O ISRAEL: THE LORD
OUR GOD, THE
LORD IS ONE.
- Deuteronomy 6:4"
This last link uses the Old
Testament in reference as well.
"The Roman Catholic Bible
Has The Answer"- http://mtc.org/~bart/rc_bible.htm
"By Oswald J. Smith, Litt.D.
This article is not an attack
on anyone. It is a sincere effort to point out what the Roman
Catholic Bible itself has to
say, and to win both Catholics and Protestants to Christ."
I don't think that a good many
of people that go to church are saved but not all of them. Some people
are very confused and some simply go to be seen. This is true about
anything- you can believe anything to be true what what good is that
knowledge if you don't accept it?
I would read them in the order
they are in if I did it again.
Please read the first one.
It makes the most sense to me.
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All the information you need is in the above cross
just in case you don't take my word for it or the word of anyone else.
God's words are supreme over all else.
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