Re: Holy Trinity
- Pedro wrote:
> I say Jesus is the name of God, you tell me it is YHWH.every other name to include, the name YHWH?
>Do you accept your statement that Jesus' name is above
Pedro, I believe the Name of Jesus is above every name. YHWH said hear ye him.
If I want to obey the Father then my duty is to Jesus. My regard for the God of
Abraham has not changed but the resource for ALL things pertaining to God is not
directly to him it must come through Christ. All power in heaven and in earth is
in his hands.
Pedro you believe in a trinity and I believe there is only 1 God. Do you know
the place where the God of Abraham, his son, and the holy ghost all 3 shared the
The name of the Lord is disputed among Christians, They agree however on the name of the Son, Jesus.
Our Christian community here in Jerusalem use his title
`ELAAB' The Primeval Father' .
We do not pronounce his name, but rather call him `Abu Issu', For Jesus is the King, the Christ, and the King's Son Jesus the Prince.
Jesus Christ is the Trinity,
He is The King, The Christ"
He is the King's Son, `Jesus'
He is the `anointed' Price, Jesus The Christ.
The King is God the Father, Jesus is the Prince, the `Kings' Son' waiting to be proclaimed King by His people?
I know the good news message. Would you like to share the message of the
kingdom. I don't doubt something could happen I might not know it. Like I said
before I was once a Baptist. We believed the greatest thing we could do for God
was be Baptist and train as many as we could to the right way.
I am Roman Orthodox, a Jerusalemite. Citizen of Jerusalem, the capital of His Kingdom?? I pray???
I know your not saying Jesus didn't die you are just saying he was not killed.
You are the first person I ever heard of who would say something like that.
Honest pedro I can't communicate clearly deep things to you. I know you have
good reason to say Jesus wasn't killed. In my culture we have words for death
like murdered and killed as well, died is another and suicide. A person can die
of natural causes or sickness. The only thing left is sacrificed. In our culture
a sacrifice must be killed.
As for me my desire to communicate was killed by a lack of communication.
We try to make meaning of God's plan?
How can you justify a Father sacrificing His Son? Not any Son, but His beloved Son?
Unless It was the promise of eternal life? Death and Rebirth?
You lose one body if you are judged worthy you are given another??
I pray that I resurrected that desire back? LOL
In the Christ
- I don't understand your whole post but I think I understand enough to say we both believe God is the source of authority. I thought you believed in three seperate beings all equal in authority but now I think you and me just believe in 1 is God. Whether it be God the Father or God in his son or the spirit of God. There is 1 God. I hope I am not putting words in your mouth.
--- In TruthorTradition@yahoogroups.com, "peters" <pashanab@...> wrote:
> Authority is the key. The will of God is above the will of Jesus. The Holy Ghost
> has no will at all and I feel comfortable saying the Holy Ghost is incapable of
> having thought or desire or will of his own.
> Whether it is the One or The Other, I see the Holy One, not Three Holy Ones thru the ages, starting with THe Father becoming a Son becoming a Spirit the cycle for God, the anti cycle of Man where He starts with a spirit then son the father.
> My left arm is incapable of thought. It has no purpose other than my will. If
> my left arm became the servant of Jesus then I could say it is subject to the
> will of God. Not because Jesus is one of the three gods but because Jesus was
> the earthly temple when God walked among us. Jesus would never tell me to do his
> will but the will of God.
> Jesus is a name for God, not God himself. Tim believes it is another name?
> Jesus opened his mouth but God did the talking.
> I ask Pedro when did the Father Son and Holy Ghost all have the same name at the
> same time but he did not know.
> When Jesus' body was crucified on the cross , the angels carried him (His Spirit) to Abraham's side, the word uttered by Both is 'Ellahi' to this day. Tim would consider this a Title rather than a name.
> In the Christ