The Grave Error of Christianity: the Trinity Doctrine

The is, is not doctrine.
The is, is not doctrine.
The Trinity
The Trinity

In this day and age many have fallen for the lie of what is called “Christianity” because the foundation of her beliefs were birthed in twisted man-made antichrist doctrine. It is a religion of lip service where men put themselves in charge, as they point to the worship of a Trinity “God” of their own making. This antichrist doctrine has been seared into the minds of those who partake of the harlot denominational systems called “church.”

The purpose of this article will expose the deception behind the Trinitarian doctrine, and will explain the consequences of adhering to it. Essentially, the provided evidence will poke holes in its foundation with the truth and precedence set forth in Scripture.

I used to be a Trinitarian until I re-examined and re-evaluated the Trinity doctrine for myself. I realized that my mind had been seared with this doctrine being blind to the consequences, repercussions and deception of this belief. I was ignorant of what was behind the façade. It took many many months with the help of the Holy Spirit to be set free from this oppressive belief system. My hope is that those who read the following will have their eyes opened to the truth and see the Trinity doctrine for what it is.

I have covered in other articles the eisegesis of Trinitarian doctrine and how they twist Scripture to claim “proof” that "Jesus" is "God." This theme will delve into exposing the Trinity doctrine revealing it to be an inversion of the Gospel, being antichrist.

We live in a time where it is imperative that we must examine for ourselves our doctrine to see whether or not we are in the true faith. Many are being spoon fed from salaried mediators within the “church” system, and fail to understand that they are being duped along the wide road that leads to destruction. The blind are leading the blind promoting an antichrist belief system calling all who oppose her ways “heretics” and "liars."

The irony is the opposite. The evidence presented henceforth will provide a systematic and logical analysis of the grave error of "Christianity" and their "golden calf" (Trinity doctrine) that has been seared into their minds. The truth will set us free if we are open enough to believe that we can be deceived. I believe once the hallmark of the antichrist religion called “Christianity” is exposed for what it is, the doors will open for people to be released from their oppression and captivity of “spiritual Babylon.”

No Real Righteousness of the “Christian”

Under the oppressive doctrine of the Trinity, the “Christian” will never be able obtain righteousness. They fail to understand that their doctrine does not allow anyone to overcome sin in their lifetime. They cannot walk as Christ walked because he is deemed to be “God” who is holy and without sin. They give lip service to their “Jesus” of their own making becoming more in common with the Scribes and Pharisees than the disciples and apostles who walked in the way of Yahshua (Jesus Christ).

“But woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, HYPOCRITES! YOU SHUT THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN IN PEOPLE'S FACES. For you neither enter yourselves nor allow those who would enter to go in. – Matthew 23:13

The “Christian” will find it offensive to be called a hypocrite, but they fail to realize that according to their doctrine they must pay lip service to “righteousness” and “holiness” making a claim to having “Jesus” in their lives. They have created man-made Sunday programs for themselves where people gather within four-walled named buildings that they have erected to hype themselves up as “pleasing to God.” Salaried mediators strut upon their podiums telling them how to “walk in righteousness.” As they gobble up whatever their hirelings feed them, they are completely unaware that behind the curtain of their “blessed” trinity doctrine is an antichrist spirit that denies the true Gospel. This spirit says that they cannot cease from sinning and cannot hope to walk as Christ walked. Of course, the Trinitarian reading this far will deny this, but they fail to understand that their doctrine negates the reason why Yahshua (Jesus) died upon the cross.

The principle of the Trinity doctrine is that ONLY “God the Son” in the flesh could walk righteously and holy unto the Father. “Jesus” as deity was without sin. Since we are not “God incarnate,” but mere men, we cannot hope to attain, or follow what Christ did on earth because he was “God.” In the mind of the Trinitarian, if he were not God, then the reason that he was able to be without sin would be no proof that he was “God.”

Speaking out of Both Sides of the Mouth

The “Christian” will say, “If I do not sin, then it would cancel out grace.”

Those who adhere to the Trinity doctrine will speak out of both sides of their mouth when it suites. They will say that we must turn our back on sin, yet out of the other side of their mouth will say it is impossible to be truly righteous. This is the main reason that their "Christ" died for them because he knew as “God the Son” it would be impossible for them to attain true righteous living in their lifetime. What they must do is give lip service to being "righteous" and "holy," yet their hearts are far from it.

YOU HYPOCRITES! Well did Isaiah prophesy of you, when he said: “‘This people HONORS ME WITH THEIR LIPS, BUT THEIR HEART IS FAR FROM ME; in vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men.’” – Matthew 15:7-9

The Trinitarian believe that Christ died for them because it would be impossible to fulfill their lusts of the flesh. It would be too much of a lofty goal to believe they can fully overcome them in this lifetime. To believe this falsehood negates the power of the Holy Spirit and the teaching of the apostles that it IS possible.

But I say, WALK BY THE SPIRIT, and YOU WILL NOT GRATIFY the desires of the flesh. – Galatians 5:16

To believe that "Jesus is God," then the only conclusion is that he died because he knew that no one could never attain to be truly righteous and holy in this lifetime as he did. To claim otherwise, you are deemed a “liar.”

They fail to understand that they deny that any disciple of Yahshua (Jesus) can walk in the Spirit without being in sin making the words of Paul hypothetical. The Trinitarian will admit that “God the Son” never sinned because he was God. This means that they must admit that ONLY Christ was able to walk in the Spirit while in the flesh.

Do you see the problem?

Walking in the Spirit, or being “Counted Righteous?

The Trinitarian will speak of “walking in the Spirit,” but this is just mere lip service. They do not truly believe that we can attain a righteous walk every day, minute and second of our lives.

This simply means that they walk in unbelief, yet they call their doctrine one of “faith.” It is antichrist and anti-faith as they completely miss the purpose of Yahshua (Jesus) dying upon the cross and rising from the dead to empower ALL those who believe that their sins CAN be taken away. They CAN walk in the Spirit, and as Paul said, “NOT gratify the desires of the flesh.”

Little children, let no one deceive you. WHOEVER PRACTICES RIGHTEOUSNESS IS RIGHTEOUS, AS HE IS RIGHTEOUS. Whoever makes a practice of sinning is of the devil, for the devil has been sinning from the beginning. The reason the Son of God appeared was to DESTROY THE WORKS OF THE DEVIL. – 1 John 3:7-8

According to Trinitarian doctrine, we cannot attain righteousness, as their “Jesus” was righteous because he was God. This is the biggest excuse of what is called “Christianity,” and why they push “God the Son.” It excuses them from being righteous, "even as he is righteous."

If you tell them that it IS possible to be righteous every day, they will say you are "lying" and preaching righteousness that comes by works of the Law, yet Scripture states that we CAN walk righteous in VICTORY by walking in the Spirit.

Imputed Righteousness

“Churchianity” 101 states that their "righteousness" only comes by "imputation." This means that the “blood” of their "Jesus" covers their sins; therefore, they are "counted" with the righteousness of Christ as their own. God no longer sees their sins as the “blood” of "God the Son" blinds the Father from seeing their past, present and future sins. The sole “purpose” of their "Christ" was to hide their sins by his righteousness being "imputed" to them.

Their false doctrine ignores the teaching of the apostles that the purpose of Christ dying on the cross to DESTROY the works of the devil, and to DESTROY our sin so that we too CAN walk in the same way, and have VICTORY as Yahshua (Jesus) did.

Antichrist merchandise
Antichrist merchandise

The antichrist “gospel” is about “God the Son” coming to destroy the consequences of sin, yet sin still continues. Their “Jesus” did not bring an end, but a continuation of the works of the devil believing the his “blood” protects them from the consequences of their sin by hiding them from the Father forever.

Today, if a disciple of Yahshua (Jesus) earnestly seeks to be righteous everyday through the power of the Holy Spirit, they are deemed “self-righteous” because the Trinitarian version of “righteousness” allows people to remain in their sins. Their sin is what brings “humility,” yet anyone who says we CAN be truly righteousness in this lifetime is deemed as having the “sin” of “self-righteousness.”

Why is a disciple of Christ who preaches a call to righteousness called “self-righteous?”

Well, to believe in Trinitarian doctrine, you must be a sinner to be counted “righteous.” It is called “humbling” to be able to lay to the claim of being “counted righteous.” This means that you give lip service to “walking as he walked” by claiming the "imputed righteousness" of “God the Son.”

That is why when someone preaches that we must walk as Yahshua (Jesus) walked, it is deemed as being “self-righteous.” The “Jesus” they believe in MUST be self-righteous by their own rules according to their man-made doctrine.

Self-Righteousness is Works of your Own

Did not Yahshua (Jesus) clearly say that his works were not his own, and by himself he could do nothing?

So Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, THE SON CAN DO NOTHING OF HIS OWN ACCORD, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, that the Son does likewise. For the Father loves the Son and shows him all that he himself is doing. – John 5:19-20

Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father is in me? The words that I say to you I DO NOT SPEAK ON MY OWN AUTHORITY, BUT THE FATHER WHO DWELLS IN ME DOES HIS WORKS. – John 14:10

Yahshua (Jesus) gave his Father (Yahweh) all the credit for all the things he said and did. This included the righteousness he lived. To the contrary, the Trinitarian “Jesus’” “righteousness” was “self-righteousness.” He was not humble because he was “God the Son” who “claimed” to be the great "I AM."

I CAN DO NOTHING ON MY OWN. As I hear, I judge, and my judgment is just, because I SEEK NOT MY OWN WILL but the will of him who sent me. – John 5:30

Yahshua (Jesus) stated that he could do nothing on his own, or of himself.

The Trinitarian doctrine defies the words of Christ because their “God the Son” of their own making is "God" being able to be righteous by his own divine power.

To claim righteousness by your own power is self-righteous is it not?

The words of John 5:30 above clearly refute Trinitarian notions that “Jesus is God" because Yahshua (Jesus) gave all credit to his Father.

I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that BEARS MUCH FRUIT, for apart from me you can do nothing. – John 15:5

Trinitarian antichrist doctrine states that we cannot truly be righteous, even with Christ. If a disciple of Yahshua (Christ) preaches about bearing the fruit of righteousness, they are called “self-righteous,” not being “humble.”

Did not Yahshua (Jesus) say that he did not do his own works, but of his Father, which included works of righteousness?

Void of Victory over Sin

If Jesus were God, then logically to declare that you are doing the will of the Father by walking righteously as God would be “self-righteous.” What the Trinitarian calls “God the Son” must be “self-righteous,” which is exactly what they claim.

They will state that we cannot “do” righteousness unless we are counted “righteous” by "imputation" through the “blood” of their "Jesus" called, “God the Son.”

By this doctrine, the mission of Yahshua (Jesus) is voided and there is no victory over sin. The true Gospel is nullified for a counterfeit inverted one.

The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I CAME THAT THEY MAY HAVE LIFE AND HAVE IT ABUNDANTLY. – John 10:10

The wages of sin is death. Sin destroys the quality of life of a person and the people around them. Trinitarian doctrine has no concern for having abundant quality of life, but is only concerned about saving souls without having to overcome sin in the flesh. They rely on “God the Son” to pay the penalty for their sins while they continue in them. The Father no longer see their sins as the “blood” of “God the Son” blinds Him from seeing their past, present and future sins.

I know what the Trinitarian is thinking right now, and they will deny what is written here, but their indoctrination has blinded them from seeing the fallacies and contradictions of their belief system.

How many times have you heard the “Christian” say that they cannot stop sinning?

"Thank goodness Christ died for my sins!" they say.

"If we could be “righteous,” then we wouldn’t need grace!" they say.

Trinity wares
Trinity wares

“Counted Righteous," or Made Righteous?

The epitome of the Trinitarian doctrine and the antichrist spirit is giving lip service to “overcoming” sin. Their “Jesus is God," and only “God the Son” could be truly be righteous in the flesh because he is God.


So by the one man’s obedience the many will be MADE righteous. – Romans 5:19

The words are clear by what Yahshua (Jesus) has done so that many will be MADE righteous.

It does not say many will “counted” righteous does it?

The Trinitarian “Christian” does not believe in being MADE righteous. Their get out of jail free card is to be “counted” as "righteous," rather than being literally MADE righteous. Their license to sin doctrine is enacted in full force.

Little children, let no one deceive you. WHOEVER PRACTICES RIGHTEOUSNESS IS RIGHTEOUS, AS HE IS RIGHTEOUS. - 1 John 3:7

The irony of the Trinity doctrine are those who will call you the “liar,” but they are the ones who are the liars. We CAN become righteous, just as Christ was righteous by following his example by PRACTICING righteousness the same way he did by walking in the Spirit.

Again, according to man-made Trinity doctrine, their "Christ" is the ONLY righteous one. The rest of us are “sinners” saved by "grace" alone. They love their twisted pet verses by saying, “our righteousness is filthy rags.” They believe that can do no righteous deed in their ideology unless you are “counted” as "righteous" claiming the obedience of “God the Son” as your own. Preaching any other way is deemed “self-righteous.” The irony is that the “God” they believe in gave himself his own righteousness.

Is that not self-righteousness?

They love to teach that their "Christ" "emptied himself of his divinity,” not clinging to his “equality with God,” but became the ONLY “humble" servant who was sinless BECAUSE of his status as “God the Son" in the flesh.

They do not understand they are talking out of both sides of their mouths.

Why?

On the one side of their mouth ONLY Christ can be righteous because he is God.

When confronted with John 14:28, “for my Father is greater than I,” they switch to the other side of their mouth and say that Christ left behind his “Godly powers.” The irony continues as the verses they cherry-pick are used to "prove" that Christ “divested himself of his divinity” not realizing that the surrounding context of the verses are admonishing followers of Yahshua (Jesus) to follow his example of humility too.

Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others. HAVE THIS MIND AMONG YOURSELVES, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, BUT EMPTIED HIMSELF, by TAKING THE FORM OF A SERVANT, being born in the likeness of men. - Philippians 2:4-7

And being found in human form, he HUMBLED HIMSELF by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross. – Philippians 2:8

The Twisted Reasoning of the Trinitarian

The Trinitarian “Christian” will twist the above verses in Philippians to say that, even though Christ was God, he emptied himself leaving His divine powers in heaven volunteering to become a man humbling himself to the status of a servant. The interesting thing is that they claim that “God the Son” in the flesh performed acts that only God could do with divine powers, even making the claim that he was the great “I AM.”

Does this sound like God who gave up His divine powers by making Himself of “no reputation?”

Is “humility” claiming to be the Creator Himself by declaring His status as Yahweh?

Is this the example of “humility” that Paul urged us to follow by saying, Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus?”

Here is the clincher.

If "God the Son" divested himself of his “Godly powers,” then why did he use them to live sinless and perfect?

Think about it, if he divested himself of his divine powers “as God,” then he cannot use them at will to do anything, which would include overcoming sin in the flesh, right?

Common sense is ignored by teaching that “God the Son” was “righteous” because he was God, even though he gave up being God to be a man. This man was still God, but at the same time divested of his divine powers, but attained righteousness by his own divine power.

That would be self-righteousness would it not?

God to man, and man to God is changed vice-versa at will to try to remedy the fallacies of the Trinitarian doctrine, yet Christ said, “I can do nothing on my own.”

Was Christ lying?

I don’t think so.

The liars are the hypocritical Trinitarians who call all those who believe by faith they CAN follow the example of righteousness “heretic” because in their unbelief and anti-faith they do not believe that they can abide and walk in the Spirit the same way Yahshua (Jesus) did. They fail to understand by their actions they are calling Yahshua (Jesus) “self-righteous” along with his followers who truly are the bearers of the fruit of righteousness.

"Christ in us" means that a true follower of Yahshua (Jesus) IS abiding and walking IN the Spirit, but the Trinitarian will call them “self-righteous” calling the Christ in them “self-righteous” too.

Yahshua (Jesus) rebuked the multitudes for calling him Lord, and then not DOING what he said (Luke 6:46).

If ONLY Christ could be righteous as “God the Son,” then why did he say that ONLY those who do the will of the Father would enter heaven?

“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but THE ONE WHO DOES THE WILL OF MY FATHER who is in heaven. – Matthew 7:21

How can the Trinitarian reconcile, “the one who does the will of my Father” by stating “ONLY Christ can be righteous?”

Right here they deny the Father’s will that we CAN be righteous too. Their antichrist Trinitarian doctrine belief is that only “God in the flesh” as “God the Son” alone is truly righteous.

Do you believe you CAN be righteous, or are you assured in the Trinity doctrine as just being “counted” as such?

The Trinitarians love to quote this following verse in their defense,

Those who are IN THE FLESH cannot please God. - Romans 8

In their carnal understanding, they believe that this verse means it is impossible to please God in this body that we have now. If that is the case, they will never enter heaven because it says ONLY those who DO the will of the Father will be granted to enter heaven according to Scripture.

Here is their conundrum, if no one can please God in this body, then how are they going to enter heaven by adhering to their doctrine according to their interpretation of Romans 8?

The truth is that we cannot please God if we live after the flesh, not because we live in a fleshly body. If the spirit of God dwells within us, then we have the power to live righteously daily in our walk with Him in faith by the Spirit.

For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but THOSE WHO LIVE ACCORDING TO THE SPIRIT set their minds on the things of the Spirit. For to set the mind on the flesh is death, but TO SET THE MIND ON THE SPIRIT IS LIFE and peace. – Romans 8:5-6

YOU, HOWEVER, ARE NOT IN THE FLESH BUT IN THE SPIRIT, if in fact the Spirit of God dwells in you. ANYONE WHO DOES NOT HAVE THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST DOES NOT BELONG TO HIM. – Romans 8:9

Galatians 5:6 states that if we walk in the Spirit, we shall not fulfill the lusts of the flesh.

If ONLY “God the Son” could be righteous as God, then why did Yahshua (Jesus) say that his works were not his own, and that by himself he could do nothing?

If “Jesus is God,” then it is an open denial that we cannot do what he did by walking in the Spirit.

It also makes the apostles to be in error by giving unrealistic expectations to walk sinless and righteous by the power of God in their teaching.

The fact is, Trinitarian doctrine is an utter denial of what Christ did making his fulfilled purpose null and void. The repercussions and consequences of buying into this antichrist doctrine is not faith, but one of unbelief.

My little children, I am writing these things to you SO THAT YOU MAY NOT SIN. But IF anyone does sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous. He is the PROPITIATION FOR OUR SINS, and not for ours only but also for the sins of the whole world. – 1 John 2:1-2

Why would John say, “so that you may sin not” if it was impossible?

Was he lying?

Of course not!

The purpose of Christ being the propitiation for our sins is not that we can continue in our sins being by “counted” as righteous, but to bring us into a state sinless perfection.

"Impossible!" you say?

And by this we know that we have come to know him, IF WE KEEP HIS COMMANDMENTS. Whoever says, “I know him” but does not keep his commandments is a liar, and the truth is not in him – 1 John 2:3-4

John says that we know God by keeping His commandments, yet according to Trinitarian doctrine, we cannot keep his commandments because no one can be truly righteous as “God the Son” was righteous because he was God.

Trinitarians claim claim to “know” Christ, but they are liars because they openly declare that they can’t stop sinning in their current bodies.

But whoever keeps his word, in him truly THE LOVE OF GOD IS PERFECTED. By this we may know that we are in him – 1 John 2:5

They say they “know” God by being “counted" as "righteous,” even though they say they cannot keep the commandments, can’t stop sinning and cannot live without sin.

Simply put, this is an inverted “gospel” void of victory.

An important note is that when John is talking about the commandments, he is not talking about the written Law, but keeping the commandments by faith through love. This is the love that fulfills the whole law and the prophets through Yahshua (Jesus).

Whoever says he abides in him ought to WALK IN THE SAME WAY IN WHICH HE WALKED. – 1 John 2:6

How many times does the Trinitarian call those who oppose their doctrine "liars," "being part of a cult," or "being under the Law" by wanting to keep the commandments in love.

They love cherry-pick from verses from 1 John to "justify" their accusations.

IF WE SAY WE HAVE NO SIN, WE DECEIVE OURSELVES, AND THE TRUTH IS NOT IN US. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say we have not sinned, WE MAKE HIM A LIAR, and his word is not in us. – 1 John 1:8-10

Who gets the knock-out blow?
Who gets the knock-out blow?

To many these verses will be the knock out blow, or the silencer to the one who opposes the Trinitarian.

Let us carefully examine these verses without indoctrinated lenses, and explore the surrounding context as the decision may go the other way.

Does the verse say that no man can ever say he is without sin?

Of course the Trinitarian will says yes, but then they must deny the rules of their Trinitarian indoctrination.

"What do you mean," they will say.

The irony is that this verse is the knock out blow on the Trinitarian because truth trumps deception.

Trinity doctrine states that their “Jesus” is one hundred percent God, and one hundred percent man. As a man, their "Jesus" left behind his “Godly powers." This means that if any man says that he has no sin, then he must be a liar by their eisegesis of the above verse. They must include their “Jesus” who was a man because Christ claimed to be “without sin.”

Twisting Scripture
Twisting Scripture

Obviously, we ALL know that Yahshua (Jesus) was without sin, but is John made out to be a liar?

No.

Since Trinitarians twist verses to their own desires, they are using the words of 1 John out of context. By simply reading a few verses earlier, John is speaking about those who say they have "fellowship" with Christ while walking in darkness (sin). They are liars.

Yahshua (Jesus) came to cleanse us from sin by the Spirit, not just save us from the penalty of sin. This means that we CAN be cleansed from sin, but if anyone states that they are already "cleansed from sin" while living in sin, they are the liars.

Can you see, the liar is the Trinitarian who says they are “counted righteous” by the “blood,” but they are not cleansed from sin as they openly claim. John exposes their false antichrist doctrine by saying,

If we say we have fellowship with him WHILE WE WALK IN DARKNESS, WE LIE and do not practice the truth.

– 1 John 1:6

We can ignore the Trinitarian "proof" verses as deception and move on to the truth.

But IF WE WALK IN THE LIGHT, AS HE IS IN THE LIGHT, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son CLEANSES US FROM ALL SIN. – 1 John 1:7

In this verse John speaks of how we CAN overcome sin in our lives by walking in the light. The light helps us grow and the blood that was shed will cleanse us from ALL sin. It only makes sense that in order to overcome sin, we must admit we have them. That is why John warned that those who claim that they have no more sin to overcome are liars, yet the Trinitarians claim they are already “cleansed by the blood” being “counted” as "righteous."

John foresaw the great delusion of many who would claim they have “no more sin” because the “blood” of their "Jesus" called, “God the Son” would be deemed as the "blindfold" on the Father who no longer sees their sins. Their past, present and future sins have been divinely erased being "counted" as "righteous" because they believe they will never be able to obtain true righteous in this lifetime.

The true followers of Yahshua (Jesus) will admit they do have SINS TO DEFEAT by relying on the power of the Holy Spirit. They are not saying they have no sin, but are saying that we CAN overcome sin by what Christ did on the cross.

It is the Trinitarian that preaches that they cannot overcome sin in the flesh and that their “Jesus” died to hide them with his "blood." It is the same thing as saying they have no sin, or any sins to overcome because their “Jesus” paid for them already. It is a claim of being “sinless,” or “I have no sin” by "imputation;" therefore, if the Father does not see their sins, then they do not exist. The “blood” of “God the Son” is a cloaking device that hides unrighteousness from the Father's sight.

This is why repentance, confession of sin and asking for forgiveness is rarely, or never heard of within modern “Christianity” because their Trinity "God" does not know what sins they would be asking forgiveness for because apparently, the Father cannot see them anymore. Confession, asking forgiveness and repentance are not really part of their so-called “faith” because their past, present and future sins are already forgiven through “imputation.”

I guess they think this following verse does not apply to them because they claim to be already “clean.”

IF WE CONFESS OUR SINS, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to CLEANSE US FROM ALL UNRIGHTEOUSNESS. – 1 John 1:9

If we say we have not SINNED, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us. – 1 John 1:10

Notice the past tense of "sinned" in John’s words. He is not talking about future sin, but ones that have already happened. Someone who is presently sinning with confession cannot be helped unless they are in the process of repentance. Repentance is turning our backs on sin and walking the other way; otherwise, confession means nothing. Knowing that you will continue to sin in the future and believing that you have forgiveness for them is blasphemy. It is an open declaration with intent to sin again with no repentance!

The words in 1 John are an exhortation to quickly confess our sins if we fail. It is only then that Yahshua (Jesus) will eventually cleanse as from ALL unrighteousness as we walk with him more and more into the light that exposes darkness (sin). That is why John wrote these things so that we “will sin not” (2 John 1).

The Conclusion of Part 1

In conclusion to Part 1 of this theme, I hope your eyes may be opened to the false modern Trinitarian “gospel” that is preached in the apostate “church” systems that make claims that it is impossible to not sin, as ONLY "God the Son" could achieve this. They will say nothing about overcoming and pressing on into perfection by following Yahshua’s (Jesus') example because “perfection” has already been "imputed" to them. They believe that because they have already confessed their sins at the “alter call,” “it is finished,” meaning all of their past, present and future sins are forgiven at that moment in time. They are "imputed" as “overcomers” with no need to attain perfection in the body of Christ because they claim to already have it.

Their false “gospel” nullifies and voids the ministry of Yahshua (Jesus) and the apostles who were sent by the Holy Spirit to bring us into the righteousness of Christ for the perfecting of the saints.

Behind the curtain
Behind the curtain

Have you fallen for the lie of what is called “Christianity” partaking in her antichrist Trinitarian doctrine?

Take a good a look behind the curtain of this false doctrine because it does not reveal Yahshua (Jesus Christ), but an antichrist spirit. It is an inversion of the genuine Gospel.

Please read Part 2 of this theme that will delve deeper into the cunning craftiness and deceptiveness of those who push the Trinity doctrine.

God Bless.

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Neil Braithwaite 7 months ago

Aaron - Thank you! This post was very helpful for me personally.


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Rich kelley 7 months ago from The Ekklesia

Aaron

Excellent write up.

"The Blood of Jesus is Not A Cloaking Device"

great idea for a "T" shirt that would cause discussion.

From the title "Grave Error" is indeed the problem, the error will put many to a grave forever.


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PlanksandNails 7 months ago from among the called out of the ekklesia of Christ Author

Neil,

I'm glad you got something from it.


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PlanksandNails 7 months ago from among the called out of the ekklesia of Christ Author

Rich,

Many don't understand the "grave error." This is why discussing it is so important so people get a clearer picture of the truth. I'm so glad I'm no longer in the religion of lip-service, but on a path that strives for victory.

A T-shirt is good idea, how about a bumper sticker?


KingdomCome 7 months ago from those of the Ecclesia

PandN- During my studies yesterday I came across three verses that seems to support the idea that Jesus is "God the Son" which I will quote in a moment. But first I want to state that I studied the whole chapter a few time to make sure I understood the context in which this verses was writen. Again, it strongly suggest that Jesus Christ is a "Godhead". Up until yesterday I do not recall ever reading these three verses before. Therefore I am asking for your opinion and anyone else who may wish to comment.

The verses are Colossians2:8-9 (NKJV) which states: 8 Beware least anyone cheat you through philosophy and emty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ. For in Him dwells all fullness of the GODHEAD bodily, 10 and you are complete in Him, who is the head of all principality and power.

Based on these verses alone would explain and spells out that Jesus is God the Son. Remember it is truth we are seeking here. Please comment. This is very important. These verses gives me reason for concern and to rethink what has been said.

God bless.


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Rich kelley 7 months ago from The Ekklesia

Col 2:9 For in Him all the fullness of Deity dwells in bodily form,

God head is not a good translation, deity would be better. Having been raise from the dead and given all power and authority, I'd say He became deity, besides it is the Son of God.

Col 2:12 having been buried with Him in baptism, in which you were also raised up with Him through faith in the working of God, who raised Him from the dead.

keep reading God His father raise Him from the dead.


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PlanksandNails 7 months ago from among the called out of the ekklesia of Christ Author

KingdomCome,

I am glad that you are searching for truth yourself. Here is what I believe to be the context of the verses that you have brought forward based on your reading of Colossians 2:8-9.

For IN HIM all fullness of deity dwells bodily. – Colossians 2:9

In this verse Paul is referring to Jesus’ glorified body AFTER his resurrection where God dwells within his risen body.

Paul says the same thing in this following verse,

For IN HIM all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell – Colossians 1:19

Notice in the following verse to the Colossians that Paul states that they too can have the fullness of deity dwell in them.

AND YOU HAVE BEEN FILLED IN HIM, who is the HEAD OF ALL RULE AND AUTHORITY. – Colossians 2:10

If we are going to suppose that “Jesus is God” because he has the fullness of God in him, then we must also suppose that if we too have the fullness of God “being filled in Him,” then we must be God also.

Obviously, this cannot be true.

Paul is referring to Jesus in the present tense, being the risen Christ as verse 10 states that he is the Head with ALL rule and authority. Notice it says “In him.” Just as in the day of the Colossians, all those who follow the risen Christ are being made made full “in him.” We too are being raised from the dead into the fullness of life with the risen Jesus Christ.

Having been buried with him in baptism, in which YOU WERE ALSO RAISED WITH HIM THROUGH FAITH in the powerful working of God, who raised him from the dead. And you, who were dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, God MADE ALIVE TOGETHER WITH HIM – Colossians 2:12

The context reveals that that the same fullness of deity that Jesus had dwells in all of his true followers, being made “full in Christ.”

And to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, THAT YOU MAY BE FILLED WITH ALL THE FULLNESS OF GOD. – Ephesians 3:19

You see, having the fullness of God does not mean that you are God, but it means that you have the fullness of the Spirit of God dwelling within you, just as Jesus did. The fullness of deity was in Jesus, and we too can be partakers of the same divine nature.

So that through them YOU MAY BECOME PARTAKERS OF THE DIVINE NATURE – 2 Peter 1:4

The purpose of the risen Jesus Christ was to become a life giving Spirit. We too who are “in Christ” are partakers of the resurrection life knowing him no longer of the flesh, but according to the Spirit.

For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God, BEING PUT TO DEATH IN THE FLESH BUT MADE ALIVE IN THE SPIRIT – 1 Peter 3:18

Having “fullness” in Christ is receiving the wisdom and knowledge that does not come by men, but by the Spirit.

That their hearts may be encouraged, being knit together in love, to reach all the riches of full assurance of understanding and the knowledge of God’s mystery, which is Christ, IN WHOM ARE HIDDEN ALL THE TREASURES OF WISDOM AND KNOWLEDGE. – Colossians 2:2-3

Followers of Jesus Christ, the ekklesia are partakers of the divine nature because they are partakers of the Holy Spirit.

To claim that Jesus is “God the Son” based on the contextual analysis of Colossians I believe is false because the ekklesia had the same fullness dwelling within them being part of the body of Christ.

“Fullness” can also be equated with having some of the riches, or treasures of heaven where the Spirit brings us wisdom and knowledge. (Colossians 1:9-12 and 2:2-3)

I appreciate your concerns, but I believe notion of “God the Son” is antichrist, but I am always open to discussing any Scripture verses that seem to allude to a Trinity.

I have just finished Part 2 on this theme that will continue to elaborate on the repercussions and consequences of believing in the antichrist Catholic Trinity doctrine.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts as you continue to seek truth. They are always appreciated.

What do you think?

God Bless.

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