Father, The Son and The Holy Ghost
God, Jesus and the Holy spirit.
"I and the Father are one."
What is the
meaning of this
parable? God and Christ, though two, through the authority which
God bestowed upon the son, the son and the father are one: though the
son sits at the
right hand of God: which reveals this a parable and not a statement
that we must interpret literally. Yet the Impostor-Christians
have mega discussions on this!
The name 'Holy Sprit' is
first used in the Old Testament and refers to a supernatural entity, derived
from God, a spiritual part of God, a piece of God: take it as you like
The trinity: is a christian
compotion of: The Father, The Son, The Holy Ghost, into something
they call: The Trinity.
Fine, all these exist and
they're all from God. First Christians baptized 'In the name of Jesus Christ'
then it was changed to 'In the name of the Father, The Son and The Holy
Take a judge or officer of
the law quoting "I am the law" we've heard that often in the movies.
That officer or judge merely quotes that they were given powers to deal
with an individual, judging them upon the law, though they are not the
law but merely enforcers of the law. This saying is to be understood
in the same context. Jesus Christ was given the power by God to do
all the things he has done and he will return to judge the earth: he is
the son of God and one with God, yet a separate entity. The Holy
Spirit is likewise.
Whether you believe this
or not, has no bearing on your salvation: for to do so is not a breach
of a commandment or a prerequisite, like repenting and baptising. As long as you believe that Jesus is the Son of God,
you believe in his teachings and you do believe in the Holy Ghost, you
have accepted the Gospel/Constitution of Everlasting Live: and you now
are ready to baptize and be saved, for you believe the truth.
Jesus, God and Holy Ghost
are three separate parts.
a) Jesus sits at the right
hand of God, thus he is a separate entity.
b) The Holy Ghost came upon
the Christians after Jesus had died, thus making him a separate entity.
c) God sits on the throne
with Jesus on his right hand, thus he is a separate entity.
All very simple. Don't let
the churches fool you with confusing crap. Read the Gospel and find the