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Which Trinity ?

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Posted by Eric Clark on October 10, 2003 10:58:55 UTC

I hope you are patient enough to read this whole post before drawing conclusions about which Trinity I am talking about.

Yes, there is only one God.
The Trinity I talk about does nor refute this.
The Trinity is HOW God reveals Himself to man.
God in One in essense and Three in person.

There is overwhelming (in the volume of the Book)
that Jesus is God and the Holy Spirit is God and God the Father is God.
Can we FULLY comprehend this ? No.
Can we FULLY apprehend this ? Yes.
Imagine the unseen puppeteer(Father) who reaches his hand(Son) down into view which is made in the resemblance of a puppeteer. The puppet(Son) points to a flag on the stage and says that his father above will make it to blow in the wind. The puppeteer then blows(Holy Spirit) on the flag and makes it flutter.

Would you say that the hand(Son) was not the puppeteer ?
Would you say the wind(Holy Spirit) was not the movement of the puppeteer ?

God is ONE “what” and THREE who’s.
ONE in substance, THREE in persons (relationships).

Jesus said “I and my Father are one.” John 10:30
Jesus(God) wants us to have a relationship with Him.

May God bless you with spiritual understanding.

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