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Re: Jesus is Savior IAMtheWalrus

Posted by rayww on June 4, 2008, at 17:39:39

In reply to Re: Jesus is Savior rayww, posted by IAMtheWalrus on June 4, 2008, at 15:50:03

> I believe God the Father was talking to Jesus His son, and the Holy Spirit...I believe in the trinity; The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I believe in one God, but three persons in the Godhead. Kind of like I'm a husband, a father, and a son. Each has a different role/purpose, but all are equally God. I don't really know what Jesus will look like when He returns..good question, what do you think?

I would use your analogy to show how Jesus can be referred to as both the Father and the Son. I also believe in God the Father and the Holy Ghost. Our first Article of Faith states: We believe in God the Eternal Father, in His Son Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost. Many times in the NT Jesus calls to his Father in Heaven, never as though He were speaking to himself. "Trinity" is not mentioned in the Bible.

Again, the references:
When he appears to the Jews, as in Zech 12-13, they will ask, "what are the wounds in your hands?" At that moment as a nation they will realize and see, but I can't write about it here, you'll have to read it for yourself.

Acts 1:11, He will come in much the same way as they saw him go into heaven. Only he will come in his Father's glory, meaning the cloud surrounding him will be very bright. Anywhere in scripture in says, "LORD" it means Jesus. His coming will be recognized by everyone in the whole earth. It will be an event that cannot be faked by any false Christ.

I'm not quite sure what the Christians believe about Jesus, the Son of God. Was Jesus His own Father? I don't think so. Why not try to give God the Father his own identity? He had the power to command all elements. The Holy Ghost overshadowed Mary and she became pregnant with seed from God the Father, and she was still a virgin when Jesus was born. Jesus had power over all elements too, but did not act outside of his father's will. On the cross he suffered until he thought of each one of us, whom he already knew from the spirit world before, and when he was sure he had suffered enough he said "it is finished" and he "gave up the ghost".

"I have power to lay down my life, and power to take it up again, This commandment I have received from my father".

I don't know about you, but I love talking about this. With each reference, my testimony is strengthened. I know God lives, and Jesus is the Christ. The spirit bears witness to my soul it is true. I'll probably get blocked for saying that, so, it's been nice. bye




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