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Thursday 8 September 2016
THE MOST SHOCKING COMMENT I have ever received. Titled: The Trinity is NOT Biblical.
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I recently received this comment on one of my post, which I
would like to share with you below.
I have also added the persons full research and article
under his comment, for you to decide for yourself is it true or false?
I know what I believe, BUT DO YOU? Because your ‘DESTINATION’ DEPENDS ON IT. Simon.
There is more to say about this subject namely Jesus our
If you read the Gospel of John you will notice that Jesus
only speaks of God the Father and Himself in Unity John 10:30. No other god
entity separated from them is mentioned. But ok John 14:16 speaks of ANOTHER
HELPER and it looks like it is another entity. It is "ANOTHER PRIEST"
THAT ARISES, but if you study this very well then this other helper is Jesus
Himself as HIGH PRIEST sitting next to the Father to Help us, intercede for us,
being an ADVOCATE for us, and that could only be ONE from FLESH AND BLOOD, not
a spirit who not went through everything in the flesh like us.
Jesus is the ETERNAL High priest that confirms John 14:16
with Hebrew. 5:6, a Priest FOREVER according to the order of Melchizedek, which
is the Helper and ABIDES FOREVER. Read the chapters Hebrews 4 to all through 10
in the light of John 14:16 the Paraclete, Helper. Jesus was subjected to
weakness like us in the Flesh. Read this: “Therefore, if perfection were
through the Levitical priesthood for under it the people received the law, WHAT
FURTHER NEED WAS THERE THAT ANOTHER, (yes you read it “ANOTHER”) priest should
rise according to the order of Melchizedek,… Hebrews 7:11. Jesus never spoke of
himself of a God, but Lord. God GAVE HIM authority, as Jesus gives his
authority to His body and that is you and me.
Jesus in the Flesh which gives a more other definition about
His Anointing task as Highpriest, which is denied by the Antichrist by
substituting it by another spirit separated from the Father and the Son. 1 John
2:22. this false spirit denies and has STOLEN the Priesthood of Jesus to make
himself the Paraclete. We see this now in the Charismatic Pentecostal Church
toady that we have to have a SEPARATE RELATION WITH THE HOLY SPIRIT NEXT TO THE
FATHER AND THE SON. Quoted by Benny Hinn. 1 John 1:3 says: “And truly our
fellowship is WITH THE FATHER AND WITH HIS SON JESUS CHRIST.”
No other separate being entity mentioned. And so we have a
very nasty false counterfeit spirit which is invading the church, accompanied
with false angels and false miracles taking all credit for himself disguised as
a wolf in sheep clothes misleading people from the TRUE Spirit of Jesus. THE
LORD IS THE SPIRIT. 2 Corinthians 3:17.
Here is the full research and article that I believe is very
well explained which I could not write any better myself.
The Trinity is NOT Biblical.
anointingpower / februari 20, 2016
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The Unholy Trinity
The trinity doctrine claims that there are three gods that
are really only one god but you will soon find that this three in one god
principle does not exist in Scripture. So where did it come from? After God
confused the languages at Babel, the sun began to be worshipped in three stages
as three gods. That is, the rising sun was god, the midday sun was god, the
setting sun was god, and yet there were not three gods but one god! In other
words, 1+1+1=1! This is the absolute origin of the three in one trinity
doctrine and the only place it can be found anywhere in the world.
Three became the most universal
number of deity. Sun worship is one of the most primitive forms of religion,
and early man sometimes distinguished between rising, midday, and setting sun.
The Egyptians, for example, divided the sun god into three deities: Horus,
rising sun, Ra or Re, midday sun, and Osiris, old setting sun.” — (Egyptian
Deities, New International Encyclopedia. NY: Dodd, 1917. Volume 7, p. 529)
The word trinity was introduced by Tertullian (160-225 A.D.)
and yet he did not teach what the trinity doctrine is today. He taught that,
“These three are one substance, not one person.” In his book Tertullian against
Praxeas, he states that the Son was not co-eternal with the Father and that He
had a beginning as the literal Son of God. He also did not teach that the Holy
Spirit was a literal being. So the trinity doctrine did not even come from the
man who introduced the word Trinity. This doctrine formed slowly over time and
hence could never have existed in the early Church.
It was not until 325 A.D. when the conflict over the Godhead
began heating up and so Emperor Constantine held the council of Nicea to try
and end the disputes. The battle was between Athanasius from which came the
trinity doctrine, and Arius who supposedly taught Christ was created. But there
is evidence that the Catholic Church burnt what Arius wrote (Thalia) to hide
what he really taught and rumoured that he taught Christ was created just to
discredit him. This dishonest means is still used today to try and discredit
non-Trinitarians when this is not taught at all. This can only come from our
adversary. When one has to lie to discredit someone, they are usually the ones
deceived and in error.
The view from Athanasius came from studying the writings of
Origen who was a theologian and Greek philosopher. However, he was not grounded
in the Word and was known for doing crazy things like castrating himself in
front of his students. From this man came the Trinitarian thoughts of
Athanasius. Origen “believed the Holy Spirit was a feminine force, that Jesus
was only a created being and Gnosticism taught that Jesus became Christ at his
baptism but that he was never God. He was a just a good man with very high
morals. He believed in the doctrine of Purgatory, transubstantiation,
transmigration of the soul and reincarnation of the soul. The Scriptures were
not literal. Genesis 1-3 was a myth, not historical or literal, as there was no
actual person named “Adam.” Based upon Matthew 19, a true man of God should be
castrated, which he did to himself. He taught there would be no physical
resurrection of the believers.” — (See Dr. Ken Matto, Origen’s Gnostic Belief
Arius on the other hand studied from Lucian of Antioch who
is the person who began the work of the Textus Receptus and had gathered
together more than 5000 manuscripts that later became our King James New
Testament which was finished by Erasmus. “The leaders in the Arian movement
(Arius himself, Eusebius of Nicomedia, Maris and Theognis) received their
training under Lucian and always venerated him as their master and the founder
of their system.” — (New World Encyclopedia, Lucian of Antioch)
“Lucian had an enduring influence on Biblical textual study
and is known for his critical revision of the text of the Septuagint and the
Greek New Testament. Basing his revision on the original Hebrew, Lucian
emphasized the need for textual accuracy and sought to limit the allegorical
interpretation of the Alexandrian Christian tradition, which incorporated pagan
philosophy. Lucian’s edition contributed significantly to the Syrian recension,
that was used by Chrysostom and the later Greek fathers, and became the basis
of the textus receptus from which most of the Reformation era New Testament
translations were made. Lucian’s rationalist approach permanently oriented
Christian theology towards historical realism.” — (lbid)
So from history who do we conclude had the truth? The
Catholic three in one trinity doctrine from Athanasius which came from Greek
philosophy. Or the view from Arius who was deliberately discredited, and
studied directly under Lucian of Antioch who was grounded in the Word of God,
and gave us our trusted King James New Testament? It was still not taught that
the Holy Spirit was a literal being, and hence could never have come from the
early Church or the Apostles.
Ignatius of Antioch was a student and disciple of the
Apostle John whom God entrusted the book of Revelation. Note below what John’s
disciple wrote and that the three in one principle was already beginning to
rear its ugly head. Those who reject the pagan three in one principle are often
called heretics today and yet in John’s time it was the other way around. Note
the chapter title. Never underestimate our adversary’s ability to turn truth
into error and error into truth.
“They introduce God as a Being unknown; they suppose Christ
to be unbegotten; … Some of them say that the Son is a mere man, and that the
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are but the same person, and that the creation is
the work of God, not by Christ, but by some other strange power. Be on your
guard, therefore, against such persons.” — (The Epistle of Ignatius to the
Trallians, Chapter VI – Abstain from the Poison of Heretics)
It was not until 381 A.D. that another council was held
where three Capadocians who also studied the writings of Origen decided that
the Holy Spirit was a literal being. So the trinity doctrine was now fully
formed, but as you can see, it did not come from the early Church or the
Apostles. It was decided over time, and came more so from Greek philosophy. So
we can conclude from history alone that the trinity doctrine is not Biblical
and came from Greek philosophy that originated from pagan sun and Satan
worship. See the pagan origins of the trinity doctrinefor detailed information.
“The Alexandria catechetical school, which revered Clement
of Alexandria and Origen, the greatest theologian of the Greek Church, as its
heads, applied the allegorical method to the explanation of Scripture. Its
thought was influenced by Plato: its strong point was [pagan] theological
speculations. Athanasius and the three Cappadocians [the men whose Trinitarian
views were adopted by the Catholic Church at the Councils of Nicaea and
Constantinople] had been included among its members.” — (Hubert Jedin, Ecumenical
Councils of the Catholic Church: an Historical Outline, 1960, p. 28)
The doctrine of the trinity claims that there are three
omnipotent (all powerful), omniscient (all knowing), co-eternal (have always
existed and hence the same age), co-equal (equal in every way) gods, who are
not three gods, but one god. By the words of the Athanasian Creed it is, “the
Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God, and yet there are
not three Gods but one God.” The Athanasian Creed (Roman Catholic Creed) says
that the one God is three divine personalities in oneindivisible substance. It
is this one indivisible substance part which is the problem because it states
that 1+1+1=1! That is, the Father is God, Jesus is God, the Holy Spirit is God,
and yet there are not three gods but one god, and that is the trinity!
Those teaching this doctrine say it is a mystery that you
will never be able to understand so just accept it. They may also try to defend
it by saying, just because it is Catholic it does not mean it is wrong. So in
one way or another Satan has duped Christians into believing this false
doctrine without checking it out for themselves. There is in fact not one
Scripture in the Bible that states the Holy Spirit is God! You will later find
that there is also not one legitimate text that says all three are one.
If one had never heard of the trinity doctrine, you would
never come up with it from reading the Bible alone. This is because it did not
originate from Scripture but from Greek philosophy and paganism as stated
earlier. That is why Scripture has to be manipulated to try and convince others
that this doctrine is in the Bible as you will soon see.
The Biblical view of the Godhead on the other hand is not a
mystery which reveals there is but one true God Father who is a real Father,
one Lord Jesus Christ being His real Son, and one Holy Spirit being the Spirit
of God, which is His presence and power and not a separate being with a
Paul purposely lists seven distinct things in the passage
below and plainly shows that they are all separate things and that one is not
and cannot be the other. Thus the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are three
separate and distinct things of which one is not the other. Parentheses are added.
“There is one body, and one Spirit [Holy Spirit], even as
you are called in one hope of your calling; One Lord [Jesus Christ],one faith,
one baptism, One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and
in you all.” Ephesians 4:4-6.
Christ inherited everything from His Father including His
life. “For as the Father has life in himself; so has he given to the Son to
have life in himself.” John 5:26. And not only His life but His Fathers Spirit
also. Thus the one Spirit is that of the Father and Son and why Paul equates
the “Spirit of God” with the “Spirit of Christ.” Romans 8:9 “But you are not in
the flesh, but in the Spirit, if so be that the Spirit of God dwell in you. Now
if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his.” This is why Paul
also says that Christ is that Spirit. “Now the Lord [Jesus] is that Spirit: and
where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” 2 Corinthians 3:17. So when
you receive the Spirit of God, you also receive the Spirit of His Son into your
heart also. “God has sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying,
Abba, Father.” Galatians 4:6.
There are three in the Godhead but how many literal beings
are there? Does Scripture show the Holy Spirit is a third being?
How many beings does Paul send greetings from in every
letter he wrote? “Grace to you and peace from God our Father,and the Lord Jesus
Christ.” Romans 1:7, 1 Corinthians 1:3, 2 Corinthians 1:2, Galatians 1:3,
Ephesians 1:2, Philippians 1:2,Colossians 1:2, 1 Thessalonians 1:1, 2
Thessalonians 1:2, 1 Timothy 1:2, 2 Timothy 1:2, Titus 1:4, Philemon 1:3.
How many beings were being denied by ungodly men as John
also confirms? “For there are certain men crept in unawares, who were before of
old ordained to this condemnation, ungodly men, turning the grace of our God
into lasciviousness, and denying the only Lord God, and our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Jude 1:4. Answer: 2.
How many beings do you deny to be antichrist? “He is
antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son. Whosoever denieth the Son, the
same hath not the Father: but he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father
also.” 1 John 2:22-23. Answer: 2.
How many beings is our fellowship with? “And truly our
fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ.” 1 John 1:3.
How many beings can reveal the Father and Son? “No one knows
who the Son is except the Father, and no one knows who the Father is except the
Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.” Luke 10:22. Answer: 2.
How many beings can see the Father including Himself? “Not
that anyone has seen the Father, except He [Jesus] who is from God; He has seen
the Father.” John 6:46. Answer: 2.
How many beings to have eternal life? “And this is life
eternal, that they might know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you
have sent.” John 17:3. Answer: 2.
How many beings does the Bible say there are? “But to us
there is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and
one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by him.” 1 Corinthians
8:6. Answer: 2.
Note that the Spirit of God is always excluded as it is not
a literal being but the “Spirit of God” just as it says! So there are three in
the Godhead, but there are only two literal beings.
Almost every Christian says that “Jesus is the Son of God”
but there are different ideas on the meaning of these words. Most professed
Christians are unaware that Jesus cannot be the Son of God at all if they
subscribe to their denominational statements of belief. The trinity doctrine
claims there are:
3 beings who are co-eternal
3 beings who are co-equal
3 beings who are worthy of praise and worship
3 beings each acting a different role
So if all three members of the Godhead were all co-eternal
as the trinity doctrine claims, then all three would have to have always
existed and be the same age. Hence Jesus could not be the literal Son of God
and God could not be His literal Father! So you could no longer take what over
120 Scriptures call them in a literal sense anymore. For example, Scripture
teaches us that God gave His Son, but the trinity doctrine claims that Jesus
was not really God’s Son, He was just the member of the Godhead playing the
role of the Son. And since the trinity doctrine denies there really is a
literal divine Father and Son, and teaches that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit
are the same one God, then this is an outright denial of both the Father and
the Son which John says is antichrist.
The four verses below are the only verses in the entire
Bible that use the word antichrist. Note that those who John calls antichrist
belonged to their Church and thus were in his lifetime, but they apostatized
and went out on their own. Note the blue highlighted text. So these were
Christians that used to be with John that he called antichrist, but they began
teaching error. So what did they teach that made John call them antichrist?
John says they were denying the Father and the Son and that Jesus came in the
flesh. But how does a professed Christian deny the Father and the Son? Since
John is calling them antichrist, this is obviously a salvation issue. Note that
John says nothing about denying the Holy Spirit.
“And as you have heard that antichrist shall come, even now
are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time. They went
out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no
doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made
manifest that they were not all of us.” 1 John 2:18-19.
“For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess
not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an
antichrist.” 2 John 1:7.
“And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is
come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof
you have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.” 1
“Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ?
He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son. Whosoever denieth the
Son, the same has not the Father: (but) he that acknowledgeth the Son has the
Father also.” 1 John 2:22-23.
John had two students (disciples) under his guidance that
taught that Jesus was the literal Son of God and hence were not just role
playing. One of these students who was his favourite (Ignatius of Antioch as
seen previously)stated that some were wrongly teaching that all three were one
god. And in his Epistle to the Antiochians, Ignatius states these teachings
were antichrist. So who was John calling antichrist in the above verses?
Professed Christians who were teaching that all three are the one God just as
the trinity doctrine teaches today! Why is this antichrist? Because teaching
the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are the same one God denies there is a literal
Father and Son as explained previously. So it not only denies the Father and
Son but also that Jesus came in the flesh. The trinity doctrine claims it was
the one God who died on the cross and not the literal Son of God, and hence
denies that Jesus really is the Son of God.
This is the main reason the Bible teaches the Papal Church
is antichrist. See who is the antichrist. Antichrist is not one man as wrongly
taught today. It is the entire Catholic system. They say, “The mystery of the
trinity is the central doctrine of the Catholic faith. Upon it are based all
the other teachings of the church.” (Handbook for Today’s Catholic, p. 16). It is
antichrist and against Christ because it denies Christ because it denies He is
truly the literal Son of God who came in the flesh. It does not get more
important than knowing who the Father and Son truly are. Otherwise you could be
worshipping a false god!
So if you accept the trinity doctrine, then Jesus cannot be
the literal Son of God. And if you do not accept Jesus as being the literal Son
of God then you cannot have eternal life! Consider also the following
“Whoever confesses that Jesus is the Son of God, God abides
in him, and he in God.” 1 John 4:15.
“But these are written, that you might believe that Jesus is
the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you might have life through his
name.” John 20:31.
“He that believeth on the Son has everlasting life: and he
that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on
him.” John 3:36.
“And this is life eternal, that they might know you the only
true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.” John 17:3.
If the trinity doctrine was true then the Holy Spirit would
be the third highest being in heaven. But if not then Satan would have been the
third highest being before he was thrown out of heaven. So if the Holy Spirit
is not a literal third being but a creation of Satan, then who would we be
giving our adoration to if this were so? It would go to Satan rather than the
Father and Son who the Holy Spirit belongs to! Thus understanding the identity
of the Holy Spirit is essential, but as the above verses state, knowing exactly
who the Father and Son are is the key to eternal life.
And since the trinity doctrine claims Jesus is also the one
God, one Adventist author wrote, “To believe that doctrine, when reading the
scripture we must believe that God sent Himself into the world, died to
reconcile the world to Himself, raised Himself from the dead, ascended to
Himself in heaven, pleads before Himself in heaven to reconcile the world to
Himself, and is the only mediator between man and Himself… We must believe also
that in the garden God prayed to Himself, if it were possible, to let the cup
pass from Himself, and a thousand other such absurdities.” There are many
things in the Bible which are not easy to understand but you can be sure that
God never expects us to believe impossibilities.
Almost the entire Bible was written by the Jews and to this
very day still do not believe in the trinity and never have! How do you argue
the doctrine of the Trinity from the Bible when those who wrote it have never
believed it? True Christianity originated from Judaism, not Catholic Paganism.
In a discussion between Summerbell and Flood on Trinity, p. 38, in regards to
the trinity he says, “It is certain that the Jewish church held to no such
doctrine. Says Mr. Summerbell, “A friend of mine who was present in a New York
synagogue, asked the Rabbi for an explanation of the word ‘Elohim’. A
Trinitarian clergyman who stood by, replied, ‘Why, that has reference to the
three persons in the Trinity,’ when a Jew stepped forward and said he must not
mention that word again, or they would have to compel him to leave the house;
for it was not permitted to mention the name of any strange god in the
So the trinity doctrine is a salvation issue which is
something I would have never imagined until I studied this topic in depth and
realized all the implications. This doctrine destroys the personality of God,
and his Son Jesus Christ our Lord. So please study this as if your salvation
depends on it as you could be worshipping a strange god!
Trinity, triquetra and 666Satan counterfeits all things of
God to take people away from Bible truth and lead them into false worship
thinking it is fromGod. For example: God has true prophets, Satan has false
prophets. God has true teachers, Satan has false teachers. God has true
apostles while Satan has false apostles (Matthew 24:24, 2 Corinthians 11:13-15,
2 Peter 2:1). God gives the true gift of speaking in tongues . Satan has false
tongues that cannot be understood with interpretations that you have no way of
verifying, cause the gift of intrepetations of tonques is absent. Our Heavenly
Father has a special day of rest and worship which is a sign it is Him that we worship,
and Satan replaced it with a counterfeit day that came from sun and Satan
worship. And there is the true Godhead being the Father, Son and the Holy
Spirit. And Satan has a counterfeit being the trinity doctrine that also came
from sun and Satan worship and the number 666! So the trinity doctrine also
relates to the number and the mark of the beast and this is also a huge
salvation issue. See the pagan origins of the trinity doctrine for detailed
Stop and think about this for a moment. Do you really think
that Satan would not create a doctrine that would hide who the Father and Son
really are? And would it make sense or be nonsense since it comes from our
Remember that the trinity doctrine teaches the Father and
the Son are the same age and hence deny Jesus is truly the Son of God. It is
typical claimed they are just role playing. So the Father is not a literal
Father and Jesus is not the literal Son of God. And this is why the trinity
doctrine destroys the personality of the Father and the Son and the real truth
on the Godhead.
Since the trinity doctrine is not found is scripture, how do
Trinitarians imply that it is? Firstly, it is said that the Bible says the
Father is God, which is true, and that Jesus is called Son by His Father, which
is also true. And then they say the Bible says the Holy Spirit is God, which is
not true and is assumed. It is then claimed that since all three are called
God, which is not true, and that Deuteronomy 6:4 says there is one God, so
“therefore” all three must be one!
This is not a “Thus saith the Lord” and is the type of
assumption that allows one to make Scripture say anything you desire. And to
assume something as important as whom the Father and Son are like this that
Scripture does not actually say is just foolishness. If God wanted us to
believe He was a three in one Trinity, He would tell us in clear plain words.
There is also no Scripture that specifically states the Holy
Spirit is God and is erroneously assumed. (More on this later) So that would
only make a Binity (2), not a Trinity. And while the one true God calls His Son
God, Paul, John, Timothy and Jude in the four Scriptures given below exclude
Christ from being the one God. So the only contradiction would be a belief in
the trinity. Thus we are back to being just the one true God the Father just as
Deuteronomy 6:4 states, and just as the Jews believed when they wrote those
words, and as they still believe today. How can you argue the doctrine of the
trinity from the Old Testament words of the Jews who wrote them when they never
believed in it?
Jude 1:4 “For there are certain men crept in unawares, who
were before of old ordained to this condemnation, ungodly men, turning the
grace of our God into lasciviousness, and denying the only Lord God, and our
Lord Jesus Christ.”
John 17:3 “And this is life eternal, that they might know
you the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.”
1 Timothy 2:5 “For there is one God, and one mediator
between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.”
1 Corinthians 8:6 “there is but one God, the Father, of whom
are all things, and we in him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all
things, and we by him.”
So let’s trust what the Bible says and not try and force it
to say something it does not say. If the Bible does not plainly say so, then it
is not so!
Some claim that because the word Elohim (plural for El) is
commonly used to refer to the one true God in the Hebrew Old Testament, that
God must be more than one, and hence they say a trinity. But the word Elohim is
not just used to refer to the one true God, but also false gods, supernatural
spirits, and human leaders such as judges and kings. When Elohim is used to
refer to one person, linguists call it a “Plural of Majesty” which denotes greatness.
Also, in the Greek translation of the Old Testament (the Septuagint, quoted by
Jesus and the apostles) where Elohim refers to the one true God, the word Theos
is used which is not plural but singular! The same applies to the Greek New
Testament where Theos is the Greek equivalent to Elohim and once again it is
singular and not plural. Was God more than one in the Hebrew language and then
only one God in the Greek language? Obviously not. So yet another false
Hebrew Bibles — “In the beginning, Elohim [Plural] created
the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1
Greek Septuagint — “In the beginning, Theos [Singular] made
the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1
Sometimes Isaiah 9:6 is quoted where the Messiah is called
“The everlasting Father,” in many Bible translations. But the answer lies in
the correct Hebrew translation. Albert Barnes’ Notes on the Bible explains,
“The Chaldee renders this expression, ‘The man abiding forever.’ The Vulgate,
‘The Father of the future age.’ Lowth, ‘The Father of the everlasting age.’
Literally, it is the Father of eternity.”
So it is literally “the Father of Eternity” in the Hebrew
language, hence Isaiah 9:6 is not saying Christ is the Father but He is the
father of all time to come in the same way He is the father of creation. Darby
and Young’s Literal Translation are two that translated it correctly.
“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given; and
the government shall be upon his shoulder; and his name is called Wonderful,
Counsellor, Mighty God, Father of Eternity, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6 Darby.
“For a Child hath been born to us, A Son hath been given to
us, And the princely power is on his shoulder, And He doth call his name
Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, Father of Eternity, Prince of Peace.” Isaiah
The Greek Septuagint that Jesus and the apostles quoted from
does not even contain this phrase! It says, “For a Child is born to us, and a
Son is given to us, whose government is upon His shoulder; and His name is
called the Messenger of great counsel; for I will bring peace upon the princes,
and health to Him.” Isaiah 9:6.
Then there is John 1:1. Take careful note that the word
[the] exists in the original Greek text but has wrongly been left out. “In the
beginning was the Word, and the Word was with [the] God, and the Word was God.”
The Word was in the beginning, but the beginning of what? It
has to be the beginning of something. Was it the beginning of this world
perhaps? It has to be the beginning of something whichever beginning you place
it at. Many Trinitarians use this to say that Christ has always existed and had
no beginning. But the verse does not say that. And what about the word
withwhere it says the Word was “with” the God. One cannot be with the other if
they are the same being.
This verse can be better understood by using the same
grammatical structure but with different subjects such as Adam and Eve for
example. “In the beginning was the woman, and the woman was with [the] human,
and the woman was human.” Adam is “the human” and the woman is Eve, but Eve is
also human by nature but Eve is not “the human” in identity. They are clearly
two separate persons. The Word being the Son was with the supreme God the
Father, and the Word was God in nature. But the Son was not “the” Father, the
Son was not “the” God, yet the Son has the Father’s divine nature by
inheritance. So the Word has the same divine nature and the same God quality as
His Father. Thus Jesus was with God in the beginning, but He is not “the” God
the Father but God by inheritance and nature being His Son.
Christ boldly proclaimed, “I and my Father are one.” John
10:30. This has also been used to imply that all three are one God even though
only two beings are mentioned. But we do not have to speculate what Jesus meant
when He said He and His Father are one, because the words of Christ further on
in John reveal exactly what He meant. Christ meant one in unity as He also
prayed that the apostles would be one in the same way He and His Father are
one, “Holy Father, keep through thine own name those whom you have given me,
that they may be one, as we are.” John 17:11 and “And the glory which You gave
Me I have given them, that they may be one just as We are one:” John 17:22.
The biggest deception of all is a real shock for many, which
is deliberately added text to 1 John 5:7 which is the “only” Scripture in the
entire KJV Bible that says “three are one” without assumptions or unbiblical
human logic as previously seen. But there is no shortage of evidence that
reveals this text was definitely added.
The King James Version reads as follows, “For there are
three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and
these three are one. 8 And there are three that bear witness in earth, the
Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one.” 1 John
The words shown in red are found in the KJV, NKJV and
missing from over seventy other Bible translations because all translators knew
they were added and hence left them out! There is a story as to why Erasmus
included them into the KJV even though he knew they were added and did not
Note what Thomas Nelson and Sons Catholic Commentary, 1951,
page 1186 says, “It is now generally held that this passage, called the Comma
Johanneum, is a gloss that crept into the text of the Old Latin and Vulgate at
an early date, but found its way into the Greek text only in the 15th and 16th
Here is how 1 John 5:7-8 reads from the NIV and most other
Bible translations. “For there are three that testify: 8 the Spirit, the water
and the blood; and the three are in agreement.”
From the 5000+ manuscripts that the King James New Testament
was created from, these added words were found in only “one” manuscript! This
should have alarm bells ringing in your head right now. Because if Satan has to
find someone to add these words into one manuscript and then find some way of
getting these words from that one manuscript into our KJV Bible, then we know
this is foul play! So Satan made sure his masterpiece and counterfeit for the
Godhead was added to assist his deception. See was 1 John 5:7 added to the
Bible for detailed information.
Some say that Matthew 28:19 supports the trinity doctrine
but this is not the case as it refers to three but it does not say three are
one as the trinity doctrine claims. It says, “Go ye therefore, and teach all
nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the
Holy Ghost.” Matthew 28:19. Though how does one baptize in the name of the Holy
Spirit when it has no name any more than our spirit does. Holy is an adjective
describing the Spirit of God, and Spirit is not a name but what it is.
Regardless of this, why does everyone including the Apostles disobey Christ in
this verse. Below is every verse where someone was baptized after this was
1 Corinthians 1:13 “Is Christ divided? Was Paul crucified
for you? Or were you baptized in the name of Paul?” [Implied]
Galatians 3:27 “For as many of you as have been baptized
into Christ have put on Christ.”
Romans 6:3 “Know you not, that so many of us as were
baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death?”
Acts 8:16 “For as yet he was fallen upon none of them: only
they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus.”
Acts 10:48 “And he commanded them to be baptized in the name
of the Lord. Then prayed they him to tarry certain days.”
Acts 19:5 “When they heard this, they were baptized in the
name of the Lord Jesus.”
Acts 2:38 “Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be
baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of
sins, and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.”
Acts 8:12 “But when they believed Philip preaching the
things concerning the kingdom of God, and the name of Jesus Christ, they were
baptized, both men and women.”
As you can see, there is not one person following what
Christ supposedly instructed. In every verse we only find people baptized into
the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. So why the apparent disobedience of the
apostles? The following dictionary and many others had the answer, “The
historical riddle is not solved by Matthew 28:19, since, according to a wide
scholarly consensus, it is not an authentic saying of Jesus, not even an
elaboration of a Jesus-saying on baptism.” — (The Anchor Bible Dictionary, Vol.
1, 1992, p. 585). All Bible commentaries and dictionaries I found claimed that
it was added by the Church of Rome to support their Trinitarian formula. “The
basic form of our (Matthew 28:19 Trinitarian) profession of faith took shape
during the course of the second and third centuries in connection with the
ceremony of baptism. So far as its place of origin is concerned, the text
(Matthew 28:19) came from the city of Rome.” — (Joseph Ratzinger (pope Benedict
XVI) Introduction to Christianity: 1968 edition, pp. 82-83) See Mathew 28:19
added text for more.
Many think a spirit is a ghost in some bodiless form that
floats around. But the Holy Spirit is not a ghost. Note that “Holy Ghost,” is
incorrectly translated and should always be “Holy Spirit.”
The Hebrew people say the Holy Spirit is best described as
being the presence and power of God, but the trinity doctrine teaches that it
is another person because Scripture shows the Holy Spirit has mind, will and
emotions. This is incorrect and bad logic as the Holy Spirit is the Spirit of
God and so it is “His” mind, will and emotions the same as man. Paul also
confirms this more than once as you are about to see.
Note that a spirit is the part of a person that can be
troubled. The king of Babylon told his wise men, “I have dreamed a dream, and
my spirit was troubled to know the dream.” Daniel 2:3. A spirit is the part of
a person that can understand or perceive things. Job said, “there is a spirit
in man: and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding.” Job
32:8. And Mark wrote, “And immediately when Jesus perceived in his spirit that
they so reasoned within themselves, he said unto them, Why reason you these
things in your hearts?” Mark 2:8. And a spirit is the part of a person that can
be grieved. Daniel wrote, “I Daniel was grieved in my spirit in the midst of my
body,” Daniel 7:15. So Scripture reveals that our spirit is our mind, will and
emotions. Note that this does not make our spirit another person.
We also find that the Hebrew word for Spirit also means
“mind.” The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew definition for “rûach” is: “wind,
breath, mind, spirit.” And the Strong’s definition is: “by resemblance spirit,
but only of a rational being (including its expression and functions): – air,
anger, blast, breath, X cool, courage, mind.”
With this in mind, note below that Paul is quoting Isaiah
40:13 in Romans 11:34. So Paul definitely understood the Spirit of the Lord to
also mean the mind of the Lord. And the mind of someone is not a different
person to them any more than their spirit is which also includes God as Paul
reveals. So your spirit is your mind, will and emotions for not only people,
but God also. The Hebrew word “rûach” and the equivalent Greek word “pneuma”
are also interchangeably translated as “mind” or “spirit” in different
translations, and we find that “rûach” is translated as “mind” in the King
James Bible six times.
“For who has known the mind of the Lord? Or who has been his
counsellor?” Romans 11:34 KJV.
“Who has directed the Spirit of the LORD, or being his
counsellor has taught him?” Isaiah 40:13 KJV.
“Who has known the mind of the Lord? And who has been His
counselor, to instruct Him?” Isaiah 40:13 Septuagint.
It was not until 381 A.D. when a newly baptized and
appointed archbishop, with little or no knowledge of theology, decided that the
Holy Spirit was a literal being. Anyone who disagreed was branded a heretic and
dealt with. So this Catholic doctrine continued through the dark ages and into
the Protestant Churches at the Protestant Reformation without being questioned
as did Sunday worship and the trinity doctrine. It was just assumed to be
correct and so was one day justified by saying that Scripture shows the Holy
Spirit has mind, will and emotions and therefore it must be a literal being.
But as we have already seen, this unbiblical logic is not a “Thus Saith the
Lord”and would also mean my spirit within me is also a separate person.
What if I said that a person’s spirit is another literal
being? After all a person’s spirit can be grieved “I Daniel was grieved in my
spirit…” Daniel 7:15. A person’s spirit can be troubled “…my spirit was
troubled…” Daniel 2:3. A person’s spirit can rejoice “my spirit has rejoiced…”
Luke 1:47. A person’s spirit can rest “I had no rest in my spirit…” 2
Corinthians 2:13. A person’s spirit can serve “…I serve with my spirit…” Romans
1:9. A person’s spirit can be received by the Lord “…Lord Jesus, receive my
spirit.” Acts 7:59. And a person’s spirit can speak and pray “…my spirit
prayeth…” 1 Corinthians 14:14. So we find a person’s spirit has a mind, will
and emotions. Therefore a person’s spirit must be another literal being! So
right now you are probably thinking I am loopy, and yet this is exactly the same
logic that is used to imply that the Holy Spirit is another literal being!
Some will respond, “But it is different with God’s Spirit.”
But Paul says no! He says it is exactly the same with only one exception. Paul
states that our Spirit is “within us” but God can send His Spirit anywhere! If
the Bible does not say the Holy Spirit is a literal being, then why choose to
assume that it says something it does not say? So instead of assuming, why not
honour God and trust what His Word does actually say.
Now notice how Paul compares the spirit of man with the
Spirit of God. And of course your thoughts come from your mind and hence are
the result of your mind, will and emotions.
“For who among men knows the thoughts of a man except the
man’s spirit within him? In the same way no one knows the thoughts of God
except the Spirit of God.” 1 Corinthians 2:11 NIV.
Here the spirit of man is likened to the Spirit of God. Just
as a man has a spirit, God also has a Spirit in the same manner, and His Spirit
is the part of Him associated with His thoughts and emotions the same as a man.
Ephesians 4:30 says the Holy Spirit is “the holy Spirit of God” and to grieve
not His Spirit. So just as the spirit of man can be grieved so can God’s. If I
told you that I was grieving in my spirit, would you think my spirit was a
separate person? Obviously not. And Paul stated it is no different with God and
His Spirit in this respect. God’s Spirit belongs to God, just as my spirit
belongs to me.
So Paul clearly states that the Spirit of God knows the
thoughts of God because it is His Spirit and so it has His mind, will and
emotions exactly the same as man. This is Biblical exegesis but to claim the
Holy Spirit has mind, will and emotions so therefore must be a literal and
separate being is eisegesis and an unbiblical assumption. In 1 Corinthians 2:11
Paul shows that the difference is that man’s spirit is “within him” which he
does not say about God’s Spirit, as God can send His Spirit anywhere. There is
also no Bible text that says the Holy Spirit is God.
Notice these parallel verses show that the Holy Spirit is
the Spirit of God.
“And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove
upon him,” Luke 3:22.
And in the parallel verse:
“and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and
lighting upon him:” Matthew 3:16.
And for an even clearer example.
“take you no thought how or what thing you shall answer, or
what you shall say: For the Holy Ghost shall teach you in the same hour what
you ought to say.” Luke 12:11-12.
And in the parallel verse:
“take no thought how or what you shall speak: for it shall
be given you in that same hour what you shall speak. For it is not you that
speak, but the Spirit of your Father which speaketh in you.” Matthew 10:19-20.
Matthew called the Holy Spirit “the Spirit of your Father,”
and so it is not another being but God’s Spirit, and why it is called the
“Spirit of God.” It is exactly what these words say it is! Nothing more and
nothing less. His Spirit of course is Holy and why it is also called the Holy
Spirit. Hence the Holy Spirit is exactly what God in His word tells us it is!
This is why the Holy Spirit has all the characteristics of
the Father because it is His Spirit.
By the power of whose Spirit did Christ cast out devils?
“But if I cast out devils by the Spirit of God, then the kingdom of God is come
unto you.” Matthew 12:28.
Whose Spirit was Christ anointed with at His baptism? “And
Jesus, when he was baptized, went up straightway out of the water: and, lo, the
heavens were opened unto him, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a
dove, and lighting upon him:” Matthew 3:16.
Whose Spirit is God going to pour out? “And it shall come to
pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spiritupon all flesh:”
Whose Spirit dwells in us? Another being or God Himself
through His Spirit? “Hereby know we that we dwell in him, and he in us, because
he has given us of his Spirit.” 1 John 4:13.
This verse unmistakably reveals the Holy Spirit is God’s
Spirit. “Therefore he who rejects this does not reject man, but God who has
also given us His Holy Spirit.” 1 Thessalonians 4:8.
By the power of whose Spirit did the Apostles do miracles by
just as Christ did? “Through mighty signs and wonders, by the power of the
Spirit of God; so that from Jerusalem, and round about unto Illyricum, I have
fully preached the gospel of Christ.” Romans 15:19.
There is no shortage of verses that reveal the truth. “And
grieve not the holy Spirit of God, whereby you are sealed unto the day of
redemption.” Ephesians 4:30.
While the Bible uses the term “Spirit of God,” it never uses
“God the Spirit” as it is incorrect. Terms like “God the Spirit” or “God the
Holy Spirit” are Catholic phrases used only by Trinitarians due to a wrong
belief. Thus the Bible never uses these terms because they are error. Also, the
Bible never instructs us to “worship” or “pray to” the Spirit. Why would this
be if the Holy Spirit was a third God in the trinity? We instructed to pray
“for” the Spirit, but never “to” the Spirit.
Question: Why did the Holy Spirit never speak to the Father
and why did the Holy Spirit never speak to Jesus? Why did the Father never
speak to the Holy Spirit and why did Jesus never speak to the Holy Spirit? Yet
the Father spoke to His Son continually throughout the Bible, and Jesus spoke
to His Father continually throughout the Bible. So how can the Holy Spirit be a
literal co-equal being?
And since the trinity doctrine claims the Father, Son and
Holy Spirit are literally three co-equal persons, then 1 John 1:3 would have to
include the Holy Spirit but no so! “And truly our fellowship is with the
Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ.”
The same applies here. “He is antichrist, that denieth the
Father and the Son. Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father:
but he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also.” 1 John 2:22-23.
John said to have eternal life we need to know two beings.
“And this is life eternal, that they might know you the only true God, and
Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.” John 17:3. And where is the Holy Spirit
here? Supposedly a third co-equal being but not a word and not needed for
Paul says there are only two literal beings. “there is but
one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and one Lord Jesus
Christ, by whom are all things, and we by him.” 1 Corinthians 8:6. So what
happened to the Holy Spirit?
Paul also excluded the Holy Spirit in every one of his
greetings in every letter he wrote! He always said something like, “Grace to
you and peace from God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ.” He would have
“had to” include the Holy Spirit in his greetings if it was a third literal
being co-equal with the Father and Son. But not so because scripture does not
say so, because it is not so. It is just assumed using man’s logic!
If the Holy Spirit was a third being co-equal with the
Father and Son as the trinity doctrine claims, then it would “have” to be a
being that could reveal the Father and Son and it would “have” to be a being
that would have seen the Father. So why can’t the Holy Spirit reveal the Father
and Son or see the Father? Because it is not a literal being but the Spirit of
“No man has seen God at any time. If we love one another,
God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us.” 1 John 4:12. Only Christ
has seen the only true God the Father. “Not that anyone has seen the Father,
except He [Jesus] who is from God; He has seen the Father.” John 6:46.
“No one knows who the Son is except the Father, and no one
knows who the Father is except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to
reveal him.” Luke 10:22.
So Scripture not only never says the Holy Spirit is a
literal being, but it also proves the Holy Spirit cannot be a literal third
being, which is a belief that originated and was enforced by death by Emperor
Theodosius more than 340 years after the cross. The Holy Spirit is the presence
and power of God.
Trinitarians use the following passage as supposed proof
that the Holy Spirit is a third God. “But Peter said, Ananias, why has Satan
filled thine heart to lie to the Holy Spirit, and to keep back part of the
price of the land? 4 Whiles it remained, was it not thine own? and after it was
sold, was it not in thine own power? why have you conceived this thing in thine
heart? you have not lied unto men, but unto God.” Acts 5:3-4. But Peter stating
that Ananias had lied to the Holy Spirit and hence had lied to God does not
make the Holy Spirit God. That is called eisegesis which is misinterpreting a
text in such a way that it introduces one’s own presuppositions or agendas onto
the text. It was God’s Spirit in Peter that revealed to Him that Ananias had lied.
So he had not lied unto man but to God as it was His Spirit. To lie to God’s
Spirit is to lie to God Himself because His Spirit is Himself. If I were to lie
to your spirit, I have lied to to you, not someone else. As Paul said, “no
oneknows the thoughts of God except the Spirit of God.” 1 Corinthians 2:11 NIV.
Some believe that the Comforter is the Holy Spirit while
others say it is Christ. Both can be considered correct providing you
understand the Holy Spirit is not another literal being.
Many also get confused because the Comforter is called a
“He.” But the word “he” is added by the translators based on the grammatical
gender and does not exist in the original Greek text. The pronoun “he” is added
only because the grammatical gender for the word “Comforter” is “masculine” in
the Greek which would remain the same for this word even if the Comforter was a
female. Though in this case the Comforter is a “He” anyway since it is Christ
through His Holy Spirit. Many fail to understand that it is grammatical gender
and not sexual gender. Languages derived from Latin such as Greek, Spanish,
French etc. have a specific gender for every noun that does not change. So
every object be it animate or inanimate is designated as masculine, feminine or
neuter for each of these languages. But the gender is often unrelated to
whether the item is actually masculine or feminine. See is the Holy Spirit a he
or it for detailed information.
The Greek word for Comforter is “paraklētos” which according
to the Strong’s dictionary means, “intercessor, advocate, comforter.” So who is
our advocate and comforter? Who is the only mediator between God and man? John
says, “My little children, these things write I unto you, that you sin not. And
if any man sin, we have an advocate [paraklētos] with the Father, Jesus Christ
the righteous:” 1 John 2:1 Parentheses are added. Note that the word for
advocate here is the same Greek word [paraklētos] used in John 14:16, 26;
15:26; 16:7 for Comforter but has been translated here as advocate. So John
says our advocate and comforter is “Jesus Christ the righteous.” And Timothy
also confirms who our mediator and advocate is. “For there is one God, and one
mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;” 1 Timothy 2:5.
John 14:16-23 below tells us five times who the Comforter
is, but the moment Christ says “another Comforter,” most become blind to the
fact He is referring to Himself despite His clear words that follow. The Greek
word for another is “allos,” which means another of the “exact” same kind and
hence means another as the same kind as Christ. It is Him through His Spirit.
It is him in “another” form! That is, by His Spirit. Most also fail to notice
that Jesus often speaks of Himself in the third person as He has in this
passage. See John 17:1-4 and John 3:16 for an example which are the words of
Jesus tells His disciples that the Comforter is the spirit
of truth that the world cannot receive because it does not know Him,but they
know Him because He is dwelling with them (verse 17). So who is dwelling with
them that is called the truth and the spirit of it? Jesus! (see John 14:6, 1
John 4:6) In verse 18 Christ says, I will not leave you comfortless: I will
come to you. Absolutely unmistakable words as Jesus says that He will be their
Comforter. Judas also reveals in verse 22 who the Comforter is that the world
cannot receive (verse 17), that in a while the world would see Him no more
(verse 19), as Christ returned to His Father after He was resurrected. Thus the
Comforter is someone whom the world cannot receive because the world does not
know Him but they do. So who do they know that will manifest Himself to them
and not unto the world? The green highlighted text is also unmistakable. So
they understood Jesus was saying He would be their Comforter but they did not
know how He was going to do it as they did not understand the meaning of a
spiritual manifestation. Who is more qualified to comfort us other than someone
who has lived and suffered as one of us and knows what it is like to be
tempted? Who would you rather comfort you? Christ or someone you do not know.
John 14:16-23 “And I will pray the Father, and he shall give
you another [allos] Comforter [paraklētos], that he may abide with you for
ever; 17 Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it
seeth him not, neither knows him:but you know him; for he dwelleth with you,
and shall be in you. 18 I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you.
19Yet a little while, and the world seeth me no more; but you see me: because I
live, you shall live also. 20 At that day you shall know that I am in my
Father, and you in me, and I in you. 21 He that has my commandments, and
keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of
my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him. 22Judas saith
unto him, not Iscariot, Lord, how is it that you will manifest thyself unto us,
and not unto the world? 23 Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me,
he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him,
and make our abode with him.” Parentheses are added.
So now we know why Jesus returning as the Comforter is
dependent on Him returning to the Father and being glorified as well as the
Holy Spirit being given. Because Christ returns through His Holy Spirit. Now it
all begins to make sense.
“But this spoke he of the Spirit, which they that believe on
him should receive: for the Holy Ghost was not yet given; because that Jesus
was not yet glorified.” John 7:39.
“Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you
that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but
if I depart, I will send him unto you.” John 16:7.
Note that the underlined section on John 14:23 says “we will
come unto him and make our abode with him.” That is, both the Father and the
Son through the Holy Spirit. What a precious gift to have both.
Christ could not be with everyone in all places at the same
time in human form, but through the Spirit, He could be with everyone as their
Comforter. So Christ comes as our Comforter through the Holy Spirit, which He
sends to us, and when we receive the Holy Spirit, we are receiving both the
Spirit of the Father, and through the spirit, His Son also. Thus the Comforter
can rightly be called either the Spirit of the Father or the Spirit of Christ, or
both. We find Paul interchanging these terms in the following passage.
Romans 8:9 “But you are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit,
if so be that the Spirit of God dwell in you. Now if any man have not the
Spirit of Christ, he is none of his.”
Some conclude that the Comforter is the Holy Spirit as a
literal being because they misunderstand John 14:26 and who the Holy Spirit is.
The King James added the misleading words which is, and while these words are
not incorrect, this verse would be less likely misunderstood if it said, “But
the Comforter, through the Holy Ghost.”
One of the main problems in Christianity today is that most
tend to see what they want to see in Scripture even if the Bible does not
specifically say it. This is one reason why we have so many different
interpretations of Scripture, and many of these theories are driven by the
spirit of Satan for the purpose of confusion and leading God’s people into
error. Thus one of the most important things we can do is to put our faith only
in a “Thus saith the Lord.” If Scripture does not plainly say it, then do not
believe just because the majority does.
Sunday keeping came out of the Catholic Church at the
Protestant reformation and went straight into the Protestant Churches and no
one questioned it until recent times. The trinity doctrine also has its origins
in the Catholic Church and flowed out of the protestant reformation and right
into all the Protestant Churches also, and hence stuck with the majority in the
same way Sunday keeping did. It is only recently that more and more are
starting to question it, but many are just Churcharians and follow the teaching
of their Church as if it cannot be wrong. This is a tragic mistake and
underestimates the plan of our adversary who has introduced many errors slowly
What could be more important than understanding who the
Father, Son and Holy Spirit are? If God were truly a three in one trinity,
there can be no doubt that there would be a “Thus Saith the Lord” telling us!
But the trinity doctrine does not exist in Scripture and it has to be
manipulated to try and imply it. This also would never have happened without a
prior knowledge of this one in three god principle that was only made known
through Greek Philosophy a very long time ago, which had its roots in pagan sun
and Satan worship.
The Holy Spirit as a literal being was the invention of man
in 381 A.D. that also came from plutonic Greek Philosophy and hence it never
came from Scripture. Jesus using the words “another Comforter” has stopped many
from reading the clear words of the rest of the passage to see that He is
referring to Himself returning in “another” form. That is, Himself returning by
His Holy Spirit and hence the confusion. So one can certainly call the
Comforter the Holy Spirit, but it is not another being. It is Christ returning
through His own Spirit so that He could be with everyone personally by His
Spirit, which could never be done by His physical presence.
Many of the faulty beliefs of Christians today have come
from the Protestant Reformation and have never been questioned. And Satan works
in the minds of Christians to encourage them to never do so and that it does
not matter. So I encourage you to not listen to him and put your faith in the
Word of God and trust what it clearly says, and not just what your Preacher
teaches. The Bible says a fool puts his trust in man, and that His people will
perish for a lack of knowledge. Why? Because most do put their trust in man and
what they have been taught by their Church. This becomes a mindset and most
never study to see if what they believe is actually true. So I encourage you to
do something wise today, which is to put your trust in the Bible alone and a
“Thus Saith the Lord” only. If Scripture does not say so, it is not so!
We should follow the Biblical example of the Berean
Christians who read the Word daily to see if what they were told was true.
“These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the
word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether
those things were so.” Acts 17:11.
Below are the key points:
The Trinity doctrine claims, “The Father is God, Jesus is
God, the Holy Spirit is God, and yet there are not three gods but one god!” In
other words, 1+1+1=1!
The following is the only place in the world this three in
one principle is found. “The rising sun is god, the midday sun is god, the
setting sun is god, and yet there were not three gods but one god!” In other
words, 1+1+1=1! See first image below.
The images below reveal how the triquetra came from worship
of the three phases of the sun. What is this satanic symbol doing on some
Bibles? They say it represents the trinity and since it came from sun and Satan
worship, I guess it does! How Satan must laugh getting this satanic symbol
right in our face on the Holy Bible that actually reveals this doctrine came
from him and yet most have no idea where this symbol originated. The bottom row
from left to right is the shield of the trinity for the Catholic and Adventist
Church, a tarot card and trinity book covers. Note the sun disks and triangles.
“The ancient Babylonians recognised the doctrine of a trinity, or three persons
in one god— as appears from a composite god with three heads forming part of
their mythology, and the use of the equilateral triangle, also, as an emblem of
such trinity in unity.” — (Thomas Dennis Rock, The Mystical Woman and the
Cities of the Nations, 1867, pp. 22-23)
Trinity and sun worship
So the Trinity doctrine came from pagan sun and Satan
worship and entered the Church through plutonic Greek Philosophy.
The number of the beast (666) comes from sun and Satan
worship, which relates to the mark of the beast!
Knowing who the Father and Son are is a salvation issue.
The Trinity doctrine is not found in the Bible. Scripture
has to be manipulated to try and imply that it does.
Satan found a way to add the words “these three are one”
into the KJV Bible that are not the inspired words of God!
Almost the entire Bible was written by the Jews and yet they
have never taught or believed the Trinity doctrine!
Those who had never heard of the Trinity would never come up
with this doctrine from just reading the Bible.
The Trinity doctrine expects us to believe the impossible,
which is that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are three God’s that are really
only one God!
The Trinity doctrine also expects us to believe all three
are co-equal and co-eternal beings and hence Jesus cannot really be the Son of
God at all as He would therefore have to have always existed alongside the
The Trinity doctrine expects us to ignore over 100 very
clear Scriptures that say Jesus is the Son of God and that the one true God is
The Bible reveals the one true God really is a literal
Father and that He is not role playing.
The Bible also reveals that Jesus really is the literal Son
of God and is separate from the Father. Scripture shows the Holy Spirit to be
the presence and power of God, not another literal being.
The Bible never says the Holy Spirit is a literal being. It
is assumed and Scripture reveals that this is impossible.
The Bible never says the Holy Spirit is God. It is also
assumed and comes from a faulty understanding of the Holy Spirit.
The Comforter is Christ returning through His Holy Spirit.
It is Satan that plans to hide who the Father and Son really
are as your salvation depends on knowing that Jesus truly is the literal Son of
Satan used to be the third highest being in Heaven until he
was cast out. By having Christians believe in his creation of the Holy Spirit
as a third literal being, he regains his third position and receives worship by
Christians today are starting to pray and worship the Holy
Spirit as a third literal being, which the Bible never demonstrates.
If the Holy Spirit as a third literal being is the creation
of Satan, who really gets the worship?
There is not one single Scripture showing the Holy Spirit
ever receiving worship or prayer.
The Bible says that our worship is with the Father and Son
The Bible frequently reveals that there are only two literal
beings being the Father and the Son.
The Catholic Church say that the Trinity doctrine is the
central doctrine of their faith and upon it are based all the other teachings
of their Church!
Those teaching the Trinity tag it with the word “mystery,”
stating that you cannot understand it so just accept it. Is this what the Bible
teaches us to do?
They may also say, just because it is Catholic it does not
mean it is wrong. Yet it clearly is wrong and not in the Bible!
This is Satan’s biggest deception and yet it has been
dismissed by many as being unimportant. However, it does not get more important
than understanding who the Father and Son truly are and is a salvation issue.
Satan created the Trinity doctrine to hide who the Father and Son really are,
and to receive worship by representation. He has succeeded because most do not
see it as important and cannot be bothered taking the time to see if in fact
their adversary has brought a huge deception into the Christian Church. I pray
that this document has opened your heart and mind to the real truth.