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God in Three Persons

Worship Part 12 – Worship God in three Persons-Trinity

Many questions deal with the Son Jesus; we may respond to some but not all. Who is the faithful Jesus to worship? Is Jesus also the Creator of heaven and earth? The Son Jesus said that before Abraham was born, he was. Paul wrote the majority of the writings in the New Testament, some he referenced from the Old Testament.

Paul said he is not inferior to those he called super Apostles of Jesus Christ; is this arrogance or confidence?

He didn’t see that Jesus, didn’t walk with Jesus or work with Jesus, and most of all,, he was not appointed by Jesus,, which is the requirement to be an Apostle, yet he called himself Apostl . He claimed that we should not believe outside of his teachings about Jesus, we should not believe, but the only Jesus that he preaches should we believe.

This confuses many churchgoers with a lack of knowledge of the Word of God and the history behind which will make you think about what is really in Paul’s mind. We should consider to whom Paul addressed his letters and wh ? Thomas Jefferson called Apostle Paul “the first corrupter of the doctrines of Jesus.” And added that it is better that Paul was not born and we will have a better life here on earth” Jesus himself prophesied about Paul in Matthew 5:19, which has to be digested spiritually and prayed before you confess.  

Whatever is in their mind, I settled this issue to myself “if it doesn’t hurt you physically and no harm to what you believe and spiritually has no effect at all, no harm done, then to follow Paul’s advice which is not directed to us and with the help of the Holy Spirit guidance will be provided according to God’s ord. How good it is to be loved by God that ,I have come to this conclusion after so many years.

Fear God, which means to love Him not coming from our mouth but from our heart; to honor Him is to obey His Commandment or Will, and not to offend Him is not to sin against Him and acknowledge His existence and finally keep in contact with Him consistently.

From the age of innocence which is God (LORD), Himself directly involved in human affairs, to church age which is the Son (JESUS) who brought us to the knowledge of the F ther. Now we are in the age of the kingdom (HOLY SPIRIT) when the Son Jesus announced that the kingdom of God is at and.  Those who received the message by heart received the kingdom and became the kingdom i self. “The Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit” do not name different parts of God, but one name for God because three persons exist in God as one S irit. They cannot be separated from one an ther. Each person is understood to have an identical essence or nature, not merely similar natures.

God is a Spirit, and His Spirit is Holy, Son Jesus has the Spirit of God and it’s Holy and the Spirit that dwells in us is the Spirit of God three Spirits and belongs to God and is God and His Spirit is One and can be shared to obedient souls, remember we are souls with a borrowed body.

One God has three entities, and they are all Spirit.

Jesus reconciled us to God,; when we become a new creation,, we become a partaker of God’s Divine nature. Though we have a physical body as Jesus has, we have one Spiritual ature. There are two natures in the Child of God; The Flesh and the pirit. The Spirit that gives life is from God, that made us living S uls. The Spirit of God that Adam received from God is the same Spirit we have, but due to disobedience, this Spirit becomes spirit, and yet we regained the Spirit after the work of the Son Jesus on the cross, and we are born again in Spirit. Our body is a borrowed vessel that houses the spirit a d soul. When our bodies expire, the spirit returns to the giver of life, and the soul returns to dust.

From dust, we came, we return. The death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ have opened heave to us. Spirit is a powerful force that influences our Will to do the right thing, but our soul sometimes wants to go the other di ection. The Bible says that the wages of sin are death and the soul that sin dies, two powerful teachings of th Bible. When our spirit consistently mingles with the dark spirit, it can shape ou lives. That’s why the Bible warns us to fellowshipping with darkness.

When we let the Holy Spirit take over our daily actions, we let God run ou lives. The Holy Spirit and God are one, so when we submit to God, our spirit will be one w th God. Spiritually speaking, our spirit is God’s Spirit. We are just beneficiaries of his g odness. When people die, the spirit goes back to Him, and the soul that He made alive and sin will die, and the soul that survives this deceitful world will be the fulfillment of God’s Will for us. So when we worship God, we worship Him in Spirit and truth, and the Spirit of God that is also in Jesus Christ the same way as the Holy Spirit within us, without a doubt, is worthy to be praised.

Trinity is God in three persons but one Spirit, true worship is through Spirit. That made God, all in all, support the notion that no other God will be worshiped, for He alone is a jealous God and will not share His glory with another, especially the ido image. To make it simpler, there is one God in One Holy Spirit, and His mercy and grace allow us to be partakers of His Divine nature. He can share His Spirit throughout the world that acknowledges His existence, and is the greatest gift that a loving Father ultimately gives His children; the Spirit of everlasting life together formed a Trinity, One God in Three Persons.

Jesus did the work assigned to him by the Father, and through Him, the world was not condemned; he redeemed us from our sins and made us alive again, giving us new hope, we are born again in spirit, and our sins re wiped out. When Jesus said, “The Father and I are one,” written in (John10:30). He means that his S irit is of God. When God professes that He is delig ted with His Son. Matthew 3:16-17—after He had been baptized, Jesus came up immediately from the water; behold, the heavens were opened to Him, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting upon Him.

And suddenly, a voice came from heaven, saying, “This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” His Spirit and his Flesh be ome one with God. If this is what it means,, then we should worship God in Spirit through Jesus,, which has the Spirit of God, and rewards those who are obedient to is purpose and will. This was the practice during the church age, the Apostolic age.

The LORD (I AM-Yahweh) is the identity of God- the Father that manifested in the Old Testament and with direct involvement with humanity; He spoke with Noah, Abraham, and Moses and had fellowship with the first man He creat d with His hand. If the New Testament writers of the four gospels identify Jesus as Yahweh, then we shou d worship Jesus. When we worship God, there should be no doubt hanging on our head, no heaviness on our shoulders, and with pure heart. Worship the is pure and true. If doubt is present, you need to talk to Him and ask for wisdom.

“Yahweh, the God of the Israelites, whose name was revealed to Moses as four Hebrew consonants (YHWH) called the tetragrammaton… Although Christian scholars after the Renaissance and Reformation periods used the term Jehovah for YHWH, some groups claim that Jehovah is also Jesus. in the 19th and 20th century,, biblical scholars again began to use the form, Yahweh.”  Source: Britannica

We ignore the word of God to please the commandment of men, and people worshipping a wrong god will not pleasing by one true God.

We should start praying and praising the one true God, the Almighty, as revealed in Revelation 1:8, the soon-to-come true Creator of heaven and earth, our Father— The Almighty, “and yet people are still waiting for the promise of coming soon by our Lo d Jesus Christ. God the Almighty is very transparent, with no surprises, and never gives unfair judgment becaus He is the God of justice. “But the LORD abides forever; He has established His throne for judgment, and He will judge the world in righteousness; He will execute judgment for the peoples with equity.”—Psalm 9:7-8

Many do not believe in the teachings about Trinity because it is not written in the Bible, and yet the word Bible is not written, and they bel eve what was written in it. People believe what pleases them; they believe what they want to believe.

Many falls for prosperity teachings and end up making the preacher rich, and t e followers remain as it was. What is heartening is that instead of these people putting food on the table, they put their hard-earned money into the pocket of these preachers.

Proverb 22 has good insight into this situation. If you give to the rich, you will surely be poor; better to keep your good name than riches; fear of the LORD are ric es, and honor is better than silver and gold. In a letter to Timothy, Paul said the danger of wealth when he knows that everyone sees wea th as good, and money can buy many things. It can influence people to do things in their favor and empower them to organize a group against a particular group.

The danger of all is falling in love with money.

“For he love of money is the root of all evil. We have to prepare oursel es by knowing the kingdom—awareness of who is coming and support the doctrine of the Trinity. There might be challenges regarding our belief in the Trinity, but that’s the way faith gets more robust. Trinity has been neglected for more than a dozen centuries; there was a time that even the Father was omitted, onl the Son they worship (Oneness). The debate seems endless, especially when baptism involves the anti-Trinitarian throwing so many scriptures to prove their point, and even at the early stage of Christianity, it is Jesus’ only movement that comes very strong,. They baptized their new convert just in the name of Jesus.

We worship One true God and let your faith move that mountain of doubts and freedom from fear will be felt after earnestly accepting the truth that the Father is distinct to the Son and the Spirit that is given to us as a partaker of the Divine Nature of God has its function to glorify the One True God.

We are at the age of the kingdom,; this is the last book of God’s love letter,, and we have to seek more truth. Our worship must bear the truth that the Trinity involves the Father and the Son with the Spirit of God, and the third entity which involves us in the Spirit of God.

We cannot include the third entity witho t the involvement of the Spirit of God. It comes into one Spirit in three. Remember that God is a Spirit and Jesus is in Spirit; we should be with Spirit to be citiz ns of the new heaven and earth. We are created in the image of God, and His image, we will be reformed, and rene al of the Holy Spirit follows. God, in the beginning, started this journey of humanity, and will end it as he judg s the destination of humanity. “I am the Alpha and the Omega—the beginning an the end,” says the Lord God. “I am the one who is, who always was, and s still to come—the Almighty. Revelation 1:8

The Judge is not coming tomorrow but any day; just continue your relationship strong any tim , any day. He will be with us. The reward that believers will receive is eternal life, a finite turn’s infinite by believing the Son that the Father sent, and through the Son’s granted request from the Father, the Holy Spirit will dwell within us.

The neglected doctrine was brought to light by the Son when he told his Apostles to go to all the world and baptize them in the name of the father and of the Son and the Holy Spirit, signified by God the Father, and we must reignite the work of the Apostles of Jesus Christ to reach the kingdoms (Church), executing the government of God: Now from the Trinity: Greetings to all with an abundance of blessings may you reach this revelatory work with joy and gladness from Him who is and who was and who is to come (the Father), from the seven Spirits who are before His throne (the Holy Spirit), and from Jesus Christ (the Son).

“Grace and peace to you from him who is, and who was, and who is to come, and from the seven spirits witness, the firstborn from the dead, and the ruler of the kings of the earth.”

“To him who loves us and has freed us from our sins by his blood, and has made us be a kingdom and priests to serve his God and Father—to him b glory and power forever and ever! “Amen.“I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who is, and who was, and who is to come, the Almighty.” Amen.

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