|There has been some uncertainty about the meaning of the trinity. This is a non Biblical catch word that theologians use for their belief. They say there are three Gods in
one person. Billy Graham has been quoted as saying “I don’t under stand it: but I believe it”
To start from the beginning. In Geneses, Elohim said “Let Us make mankind in Our Image, after Our
Likeness.” (Gen. 1:26) Reading on, those were two Heavenly Beings. When the people were building the Tower of Bable, Elohim referred to them all, as one. (Geneses 11:
6) Yahshua said, “ The Father and I are One.” (John 10:30) Not the Father, Holy Spirit, And I, are One.
Yahshua said to the Father about the Apostles. "Keep through Your name, those You have given Me: that they may be one as We are." (John 17:11). Yahshua said “ The
Glory which You gave Me, I have given them, (Apostles) that they may be one just as We are One." (John 17:22) Yahshua said, “That they all may be one, as You,
Father are in Me, and I in You; that they may be one in Us." (John 17:21). It’s very plain,
that one means of one accord, united in thoughts and actions. In these dialogues there are only two Heavenly Beings.
Before we go any further, there is something that should be noted in this document. in (John 1:1) it speaks of "The Word" before He was named Yahshua. His Hebrew
name was given by an Angel, and not by a translator. In the beginning was "The Word", and "The Word" was with The Father, and The Word was the (Co-Creator). "All
things were made through Him; and without Him was not anything made that was made."
There is a very important thing that you must understand. If you don’t get it, all the rest of this document will be Greek to you. Read this very carefully. Our body is "not
us" it is a vehicle and not viable without our spirit. When we die our spirit returns to Elohim who gave it (Ecclesiastes 12:7)
The Word (Co-creator) came down from heaven. He is Holy and He is Spirit, and He entered the Body, and was referred to as the Son, Yahshua. The Body was begotten
of the Father, and is referred to as (it, twice) and corpse when the Body died. (Matthew 27:59) The Body was the son when the Holy Spirit, The Word entered it. Do you
get it? The Word is the Holy Spirit, and the Body (vehicle) is the fleshly son
begotten of the Father.
All things were made by The Word and He became flesh as begotten of the heavenly Father, ( John 1:1,2,14) The Word, before entering the flesh, emptied Himself of all
His power (Philippians 2:7). He was then fully man. I have never seen a verse that said "He was fully man and fully God."
All Yahshua's power came from the Father in heaven, when He came down to the earth and entered the Body. Yahshua Said, “ I can do nothing of myself.” (John 5:19,
30) (John 8:28) He prayed often to the Father for help. He became the Messiah, to preach the Gospel. And to suffer the torture, shame, shedding blood, and death in that
Body for our sins. His spirit could not die, but the Body did.
Yahshua said to the Father, “Into your Hands I commend My Spirit. When the Body died, His spirit "The Word" returned to the Father. (Luke 23:46) And returned back
at His resurrection. They took the Body down from the cross and put IT in the tomb. The Body was the sacrificial Lamb, because a blood sacrifice was required to pay
for our sins.
Yahshua said there is one Yahweh. (Mark 12:29) To be politically correct, there was only one Creator in heaven and earth at that time, because The Word had emptied
Himself of His power. And all power was given back to Him, (Matthew 28:18) at His resurrection.
The scriptures say that Yahshua was begotten. You have to remember that the fleshly Body of Yahshua is the entity that was begotten (Brought into existence). If you
read all of (Hebrews 7), it pertains to the Messiah, and He has no father or mother, with out genealogy, having no beginning of days or end of days.
In all the epistles, the writers always referred to our Heavenly Father and Yahshua Messiah in their first greetings, while the Holy Spirit is not mentioned. This is because
the Messiah was the Spirit and He is Holy, as have been stated in this document.
Some might ask, "what happened to His fleshly Body when the Messiah ascended into heaven? Yahshua showed Peter, James, and John what He would be like in heaven
when He was transfigured before them. (Matthew 17:2) The scriptures don’t record this, as Yahshua was ascending. But most assuredly He made the change the same
way as He showed the Apostles. That is when He rose from earth to heaven.
Some times the Holy Spirit is spoken of in the third person, as Yahshua would call Himself the Son of man. Be assured, that The Word is the Holy Spirit in whom the
scriptures speak of. l
In conclusion, there is the Father in heaven. The son on earth that was a fleshly Body that was not alive without the Holy Spirit. And Yahshua who is the Holy Spirit, and
Word. The Father and Yahshua are two separate and distinct Co-creators.
Posted April 24, 2010
About the Trinity, the one that Billy Graham said he doesn't understand, but he believes it. I don't know when this thing about the Trinity ever got started or what year it
began. The theologians will take one word and make a whole doctrine about it. This happens, all through the old and the New Testament.
They pulled the same thing, voiding the 10 Commandments by saying that all is fulfilled. When Yahshua was crucified, just that one word fulfilled, started a whole
doctrine. In Revelation, when John saw the holy city coming down out of heaven, that is the time that all will be fulfilled. Yahshua himself said that there would be not
one jot or tittle removed from the law, till all is fulfilled and yes, he said, till heaven and earth
pass away, has heaven and earth passed away? Not yet bunky.
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