According to the TRINITY faith (Elohim GOD) is plural meaning more than one.
If we go back to the BEGINNING we read in Genesis 1:1 In the beginning (GOD, singular elohim) created the heavens and the earth.
However the TRINITY faith say Elohim is plural meaning more than one, which simply means Genesis 1:1 would read In the beginning (GODS plural elohim) created the heavens and the earth.
Note, (GODS) created the heavens and the earth, which confirms how the TRINITY faith actually prove with their own hand their own contradiction saying they believe in one GOD, while denying in their other hand by teaching and believing in THREE (GODS plural) and NOT ONE (GOD), contradicting the whole Bible.
What school teachers teach 1 EQUALS 3, OR 3 EQUAL 1, as taught in the TRINITY?
Is the Trinity in Genesis?
Notice a simple fact when GOD said (Let Us)?
Was GOD talking to Jesus and the Holy Spirit when He said (Let Us)?
The simple answer is in the very next verse of Genesis 1:27:
Berean Study Bible:
So (God) created man in (His) own image; in the image of (God He) created him; male and female (He) created them.
Notice the SINGLE person of GOD the Father ALONE created man in His Image.
If Jesus and a separate person of the Holy Spirit were with GOD doing the creating with GOD,
then we would simply read Genesis 1:27 saying:
And (WE) created man in (OUR) Image and NOT the singular word GOD with the singular word (HE) and (HIM).
Genesis 1:27 also agrees with countless other scriptures saying GOD ALONE CREATED ALL THINGS which never mentions Jesus or a separate person of the Holy Spirit.
Thus says Yahweh, your Redeemer, and he who formed you from the womb: “ I am Yahweh, who makes all things; who alone stretches out the heavens; who spreads out the earth by myself;
Also notice GOD the father’s name Yahweh is in the Hebrew translation, but has been removed from the modern translations, to deceive people from knowing this verse is referring to GOD the Father Yahweh alone is the ONLY TRUE GOD ALONE, who is ONE BEING ALONE and the Creator ALONE.
Notice GOD says He was alone and created all things by Himself, and does not mention Jesus and a separate person of the Holy Spirit.
Notice again in:
We see again GOD is singular by the fact He says (MY HANDS) and (I).
In fact there is not a single verse saying Jesus always existed or Jesus was with GOD before all creation, and the verses used to teach that are misunderstood or taken out of context like John 1:1 which is GODS spoken word, divine utterance, the expression of a thought and plan as the word of GOD from GOD, and not Jesus.
Notice this is why John says: and the word was GOD John 1:1c.
But Jesus became the word for His GOD when He arrived as the Lamb of GOD, and as we are told in Revelation 19:13:
He is clothed in a robe dipped in blood, and the name by which he is called is The Word of God.
It is also interesting how the Hebrews writer does not say in the beginning GOD spoke to us through His SON, but says instead:
1 Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets,
And then we read GOD spoke through His Son when He arrived:
2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the ages . Hebrews 1:1,2.
Also notice GOD says there is no GOD beside Him:
To you it was shown, that you might know that the LORD is God; there is no other besides him.
Deuteronomy 4:35. English Standard Version
And yet the Trinity teaches the opposite that there is another two persons side by side with GOD,
who are also separate beings and also GOD,
as we see in the catholic image below:
So what did GOD mean saying let (US)?
I believe this none biased article below will help those who are confused understand the truth.
God of Israel, with singular verb.
In the Hebrew Bible Elohim, when meaning the God of Israel, is mostly grammatically singular. Even in Genesis 1:26 "Then God said (singular verb), 'Let us make (plural verb) man in our image, after our likeness'", Elohim is singular. Wilhelm Gesenius and other Hebrew grammarians traditionally described this as the pluralis excellentiae (plural of excellence), which is similar to the pluralis majestatis (plural of majesty, or "Royal we").
Gesenius comments that Elohim singular is to be distinguished from elohim plural gods and remarks that:
the supposition that elohim is to be regarded as merely a remnant of earlier polytheistic views (i.e. as originally only a numerical plural) is at least highly improbable, and, moreover, would not explain the analogous plurals (below). To the same class (and probably formed on the analogy of elohim) belong the plurals kadoshim, meaning "the Most Holy" (only of Yahweh, Hosea 12:1, Proverbs 9:10, 30:3 - cf. El hiym kadoshim in Joshua 24:19 and the singular Aramaic "the Most High", Daniel 7:18, 22, 25) and probably teraphim (usually taken in the sense of penates), the image of a god, used especially for obtaining oracles. Certainly in 1 Samuel 19:13, 16 only one image is intended; in most other places a single image may be intended; in Zechariah 10:2 alone is it most naturally taken as a numerical plural.
There are a number of notable exceptions to the rule that Elohim is treated as singular when referring to the God of Israel, including Gen. 20:13, 35:7, 2 Sam. 7:23 and Ps. 58:11, and notably the epithet of the "Living God" (Deuteronomy 5:26 etc.), which is constructed with the plural adjective, Elohim Hayiym אלהים חיים but still takes singular verbs.
In the Septuagint and New Testament translations Elohim has the singular ὁ θεός even in these cases, and modern translations follow suit in giving "God" in the singular. The Samaritan Torah has edited out some of these exceptions.
11. Gesenius Hebrew Grammar: 124g, without article 125f, with article 126e, with the singular 145h, with plural 132h,145i"
12. Richard N. Soulen, R. Kendall Soulen, Handbook of biblical criticism, Westminster John Knox Press, 2001, ISBN 978-0-664-22314-4, p. 166.
I have added bellow a great comment I received from my new and good brother Mr Dudley:
The Jews never believed that the messiah would ever be God they believe he will be a descendant of David..
And you, Bethlehem Ephrathah: whence David emanated, as it is stated (I Sam. 17:58): “The son of your bondsman, Jesse the Bethlehemite.” And Bethlehem is called Ephrath, as it is said (Gen. 48:7): “On the road to Ephrath, that is Bethlehem.” you should have been the lowest of the clans of Judah: You should have been the lowest of the clans of Judah because of the stigma of Ruth the Moabitess in you.
from you shall emerge for Me: the Messiah, son of David, and so Scripture says (Ps. 118:22): “The stone the builders had rejected became a cornerstone.” and his origin is from of old: “Before the sun his name is Yinnon” ((Ps. 72:17).
The Messiah was created or planed in the mind of God. It does not mean that he was in actual existence. He does not come to reality until the Birth of the Messiah in first century. Notice the wording before the sun is his name, Not his existences.
With you in truth. Dudley.
John 8:24 When we believe GOD is the SON we simply DENY the Father and the SON, and Jesus as the SON of GOD.
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