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Where the Evil Trinity Doctrine is Headed

   The Trinity Doctrine is basically this, that the Father is the Son and the Holy Spirit, and that the Son is also the Father and the Holy Spirit, and also that the Holy Spirit is also the Father and the Son.  That there are three persons that are really just one.  Let me try and re-explain, one person in three, no wait, I give up!  

     Maybe a picture will help. I  was not created in this image  nor after this likeness, according  to Genesis 1:26

 I like what Joseph Bates once said, "My parents were members of long standing in the Congregational church, with all of their converted children thus far, and anxiously hoped that we would also unite with them. 

   . .But they embraced some points in their faith which I could not understand.  I will name two only: their mode of baptism, and doctrine of the trinity.  My Father, who had been a deacon of long standing with them, labored to convince me that they were right in points of doctrine. . Respecting the trinity, I concluded that it was an impossibility for me to believe that the (Master YAHUSHUA the Messiah), the Son of the Father, as also the Almighty (El), the Father, one and the same being.  I said to my father, 'If you can convince me that we are one in this sense, that you are my father, and I your son; and also that I am your father, and you my son, then I can believe in the trinity'." (Joseph Bates 1868 The Autobiography of Elder Joseph Bates p. 204).

     The Book of Mormon teaches these very things as well,

   "Behold! I am Jesus Christ.  I am the Father and the Son." Book of Esther 1:3

    "Is the Son of God the very Eternal Father?

    "Yea, he is the very Eternal Father." Book of Alma 8:7

    Satan wants worship, this is reflected in Satan's famous cry, "I will be like the most High." Isaiah 14:13

    Satan is not a family unit, Satan cannot be two or three persons, but if he can combine the two or three into one, then his purpose is accomplished.  He then can come twisting the Scriptures saying, "If you have seen me, you have seen the Father." meaning that he is the Father and also the Son. Or, for that matter the Holy Spirit as well, saying I am the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, all three in one.

    Sad thing of it is, many have embraced elements of this kind of trinitarianism.  They say that the Father is the Holy Spirit, and also that the Son is the Holy Spirit, and also that the Holy Spirit is the Father and the Son.  Three in two, or let me re-explain, two in three, no wait, I give up.  Maybe I should draw a picture.

The only difference between this view and the trinity is they add a pair of legs.

I was not created in this image

 nor after this likeness either.

    They tell me that each person has a spirit, and this is true (Romans 8:16).  But their theory contradicts itself.  According to them if each person has a spirit then the Father has a spirit  and the Son has a spirit, this would make two spirits!  But according to them the Father and the Son share the same spirit, which is the Holy Spirit.  Ultimately in the final analysis of this hypothesis, any logical person would have to conclude that the Father and the Son are one and the same being if they have the same spirit.  And around we go again to the trinity!

    Do you believe in two Gods? Did you know that the Jesuits believe in two Gods?

    "I believe in two Gods, one is son, father and mother metaphorically, according to a temporal generation; the other metaphorically mother and father according to a temporal generation; and what is consequent here to that common term mother-father may be equally attributed to God and the Blessed Virgin as if they were both Hermaphrodites." The Fiery Jesuits p. 31.  The Jesuits don't care what you believe as long as its not the truth.

    You would be surprised how many folks think the the Father is part male and female perhaps metaphorically.  I tell you this day, as YAHUSHUA said to the woman of Samaria, "Ye worship ye know not what!" John 4:22

    The Holy Spirit belongs to the Father, but it is not the Father, for this reason, according to Romans 8:27 the Holy Spirit maketh intercession for the saints according to the will of the Father.  If the the Holy Spirit was the Father then the Holy Spirit would be making intercession to Himself, but this is not the case, its according to the Father, showing that the Father and the Holy Spirit are two different persons.

     Now for reasons that the Son is not the Holy Spirit.  1) YAHUSHUA cannot be the Holy Spirit because He Himself said, "a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see Me have." Luke 24:39.  This shows that YAHUSHUA is not a spirit, as the angels are [Psalm 104:4 & Hebrews 2:16].  2) YAHUSHUA received the Holy Spirit as a gift from the Father Pentecost 31 A.D., this was called  "the promise of the Father." Acts 1:4 & Luke 24:49.  Was this gift of the Father meaning that the Father gave YAHUSHUA back to Himself?  As you can see there are holes in this theory.

    3) "The Saviour was pointing forward to the time when the Holy Spirit should come to do a mighty work as His representative." Acts of the Apostles p. 47.  If the Holy Spirit is YAHUSHUA's  representative, then obviously the Holy Spirit would not be the Saviour Himself.  YAHUSHUA told us plainly that the Holy Spirit "shall not speak of itself." John 16:13.  The Holy Spirit brings YAHUSHUA to us, so that in this way YAHUSHUA is with us, and in us. (see John 14:17 & Col 1:27)

 There is a difference between  "three living persons of the heavenly trio." Evan. 615

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