Angela (20 Jun 2021)
"Our Triune God"

 
John and Doves,

The theme of the global- religion people is that we all worship the same 
One-God... that we are all monotheists.

Since Islam worships the moon-god,  that cannot be considered God.
The global-religion people 
use the word "monotheistic" as meaning one in number.

We Christians worship 1 God in 3 distinct Persons:

1.The Father, Abba; Creator of the Universe, with the Word.

2. Jesus-Yeshua, begotten of the Father; His Son .

Proverbs 30 :4
"Who but God has created the world ?
If there is any other, what is His name
---and His Son's name--
if you know it ?
(Jesus).

John 1: 1-3
"In the beginning was the Word,
and the Word was with God, 
*and the Word was God.*

"The same was in the beginning with God.

"All things were made by Him, 
and without Him was not anything made that was made."

3. The Holy Spirit
-- also a distinct Person-- Who makes known to us God's will, and helps us to do it.
The Holy Spirit is the very Spirit of Truth...the essence of Truth itself.

These 3 are One God, in 3 distinct Persons. 

1 John 5:7.
"For there are three that bear record in Heaven:
The Father, 
the Word, 
and the Holy Ghost.
**And these three are ONE**  " 
(The Divine Trinity.)

Whenever we hear the global-religion people say that we all worship the same God, just ask yourself, do they also worship Jesus and the Holy Ghost as being One with God ?
Definitely not!

We are not easily deceived. We know in Whom we believe.

♧Simple, yet Profound♧

St. Patrick of Ireland was a wise Church Father.
He is known for his very profound example of the Trinity.

He showed a simple three leaf clover ♧ to the unbelievers, how it was one entity, yet with 3 parts.
There is no more scholarly example than that.  

It spoke volumes and compelled the natives to understand the mystery of the Trinity...the 3-in-1.

It converted a whole nation, and is still giving understanding to all generations that follow.

The doctrine of the Trinity is uniquely Christian.
It is foundational to all of our beliefs.
Those who believe that Basic Truth are holy
--separated-- 
from all other belief systems.

The most beautiful passage on the unity of the Godhead is found
in John 17, the Spirit being the Author.

Someday we will participate in that union.
John 17:21.
For now, that too is a mystery.

The Spirit and the Bride say, "Come".