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Re: Certainly believing in Trinity or Oneness or Arianism does not mean preaching another

June 23 2017 at 6:33 PM
almario  (Login almario38)


Response to Certainly believing in Trinity or Oneness or Arianism does not mean preaching another

 
Flood of discourses and wall of denial texts about the non-recognition
of the Holy Spirit and the One and Only GOD that manifested in flesh
are too deceiving that Tomas doctrines vehemently repulses.

Heed if you may or else pass the judgment onto yourself and to those
that will believe on such declaration of "my doctrines" instead of
GOD's infallible Words that HE let them be written solely within HIS
revelations of Spiritual Truth introducing and identifying HIMSELF
precept upon precept, ...isaiah 28:10.

"And the Word was God "

One basic truth, that many people probably missed, is the relationship between God and His words.
Could we imagine God without His words? God is a Spirit, invisible, and intangible. There is, therefore,
no way of identifying Him and knowing His will without His words! His existence is "void" without
His words. Thus, the need for the sweeping statement, "In the beginning was the Word and the Word was
with God and the Word was God (John 1:1)." Could there be a God without His words, and the words without
God? Can one be separated from the other? The recognition of the former follows the understanding
of the latter!

To show the Way (John 14:6), and to fulfill His Testament by death (Hebrew 9:16), the Spirit God manifested
Himself in the flesh (1 Timothy 3:16, KJV only) now known as the Lord Jesus Christ.

That is how John the apostle exclaimed: "And I saw Him in a vesture dipped in blood and His name is called
the Word of God (Revelation 19:13)." Who is JESUS? Is He not the Word? The one and only God is the Father
(1 Corinthians 8:6a), while the one and only Lord is Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 8:6b). Jesus told the
inquisitive Scribe in Mark 12:29, " The Lord our God is one Lord ." God told Moses the same thing in Deuteronomy 6:4
" _Hear, O Israel_ : The LORD our God is one LORD :"

It is the absence of the HUMAN FACTOR , Christ put it as "flesh and blood," that made Peter recognized
our Lord (Matthew 16:15-17). It is the absence of the HUMAN FACTOR that makes a person to recognize
God, that He is no longer a great mystery! It is the absence of the HUMAN FACTOR that makes one to
understand the Word of God. It is the absence of the HUMAN FACTOR that made the 1st century
Christianity perfect and also continues at this point in time that HE consecrated to those converted
that become as little children .

 
    
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  1.   Christianity continued to survive the medieval era in trinitarian churches. - Tomas on Jul 19, 2017, 7:34 PM
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