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Praise the Lord!
I'm only here to meet someone who has the same beliefs as me. Now, I'm more than willing to understand as to why that person believes in that particular religion. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit aren't three separate persons or three separate gods. All glory to Jesus. The real truth is that it's three different manifestations. I don't believe in the trinity at all. I'm not open to debate, but we can have an open discussion regarding the trinity. You are entitled to your beliefs, so I would ask that you respect my beliefs. Please don't take it as me being mean. All the best to each and every one of you.
Graduated in 2014 with a degree in Criminal Justice, and all glory to God. The Lord is leading me in a different direction, so I just have to trust him. I decided to go back to school in 2015 for Business Management.
To further elaborate on what I'm looking for:
1) Somebody who is willing to pray, read, and fast with me.
2) Loving, caring, respectful, and honest.
3) Encourage me.
4) Likes to eat organic.
Colossians 3:2: Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.
Be blessed! :-D
A lot of people on here tell me that the trinity doctrine is the same as oneness doctrine. God has already shown me the truth. He can do the same for you.
Trinitarianism and Oneness Compared
1. There are three persons in one God. That is, there are three essential distinctions in God’s nature. God is the Holy Trinity.
2. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (or Holy Ghost) are the three persons in the Godhead. They are distinct persons, and they are co-equal, co-eternal and of co-essence. However, God the Father is the head of the Trinity in some sense, and the Son and Spirit proceed from Him in some sense.
3.) Jesus Christ is the incarnation of God the Son. Jesus is not the Father or the Holy Spirit.
4.) The Son is eternal. God the Son has existed from all eternity. The Son is eternally begotten by the Father.
5.) The Word of John 1 (the Logos) is the second person in the Godhead, namely God the Son.
6.) Jesus is the human name given to God the Son as manifested in flesh.
7.) Water baptism is correctly administered by saying “in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.”
8.) We will see the Trinity or the Triune God in heaven. (Many trinitarians say we will see three bodies, which is out-right tritheism. Others leave open the possibility that we will see only oneSpirit being with one body. Most trinitarians do not know what they believe about this, and some frankly admit they do not know.
9.) The Godhead is a mystery. We must accept by faith the mystery of the Trinity despite its apparent contradictions.
1.) There is one God with no essential divisions in His nature. He is not a plurality of persons ,but He does have a plurality of manifestations, roles, titles, attributes, or relationships to man. Furthermore, these are not limited to three.
2.) Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (or Holy Ghost) are different designations for the one God. God is the Father. God is the Holy Spirit. The Son is God manifest in flesh. The term Son always refers to the Incarnation, and never to deity apart from humanity.
3.) Jesus Christ is the Son of God. He is the incarnation of the fullness of God. In His deity, Jesus is the Father and the Holy Spirit.
4. The Son is begotten, not eternal. The Son of God existed from all eternity only as a plan in the mind of God. The Son of God came into actual (substantial) existence at the Incarnation, at which time the Son was conceived (begotten) by the Spirit of God.
5.) The Word of John 1 (theLogos) is not a separate person, but is the thought, plan, activity, or expression of God. The Word was expressed in flesh as the Son of God.
6.) Jesus (meaning Jehovah-Savior) is the revealed name of God in the New Testament. Jesus is the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
7.) Water baptism is correctly administered by saying “in the name of Jesus.” The name of Jesus is usually accompanied with the titles of Lord, Christ, or both.
8.) We will see Jesus Christ in heaven. He is the One on the throne and the only God we will ever see.
9.) The Godhead is no mystery, especially to the church. We cannot understand everything there is to know about God, but the Bible clearly teaches that God is one in number and that Jesus Christ is the one God manifest in flesh.
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