Many scriptures in the Bible dispute the existence of the Trinity Doctrine
Jesus and his heavenly Father are not part of a manmade idea called the Trinity
I often wonder what the fascination with these concepts is. OK, we believe there is a Father, a Son and a Holy Spirit. OK, we believe in a "spirit world". We do not believe that souls perish upon physical death. We do not believe that the three live in the flesh. So we wonder if all spirits are one or groups of one or totally separate from other spirits.
How interesting that we humans would decide what form a God would take.
Intelligent people with faith get this. It does not matter about trinity or not. It is a Holy mystery how the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit exist.
mystery to you maybe but to we who believe and follow scripture no mystery.
I think that I can believe and follow scripture. The fact that it is different than what you believe does not make me wrong. God also made me to feel and think differently than you. He even made me love a different woman and children than you. +&
This is the Holy Trinity explained in the Bible:
2 Corinthians 13:14
"The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, be with you all."
For Doctrinal purposes, the Nicine Fathers condensed the fellowship of God, Jesus, and The Holy Spirit into the "Holy Trinity" to explain the union between them.
Question: Who was Jesus talking to at Matthew 27:46 when he said: "..."E'li, E'li, la'ma sa•bach•tha'ni?" which means "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?"....Who was Jesus talking to? Himself? No, he was talking to his heavenly Father, Jehovah
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