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Re: Triune

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Posted by Apollos on November 20, 1999 04:41:55 UTC

: : : : Three parts to human body:The body(flesh), The soul(our thoughts, feelings, emotions, basically who we are), The innermost part of man (Temple of God).

: : The tabernacle built by Moses under Gods precise directions: The outer room (representing the body; flesh), The inner room (Sacred place of holding the shewbread table, etc.)(Representing the mans soul)., And the most Holy Room where God dwelt(Representing mans innermost place where God wishes to dwell)

: : Space: Has length, width, and height. : : Time: Has yesterday, today, and tomorrow. : : Finger: Three bones, ear ? Arm? Leg : : Senses:Sight, Smell, Hearing : : What other natural things comes in threes?

: : yanniru: QUARKS, Protons & neutrons are made of 3 quarks each. So in a sense all matter comes in threes.

:Is it interesting to you that all this seems to be this way including the Trinity? And that the main theme of the New Testament is three: Faith, Hope, and Charity? I also remember reading that Jonah spent three days in the sea, and Jesus spent three days in a grave.

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