The word Trinity is not mentioned once in Scripture in the entire Bible. The
word Godhead is mentioned three times in; (Acts 17:29; Rom. 1:20; Col. 2:9).
The term Godhead simply means that which is divine. It is used of Jesus Himself
in (Col. 2:9-10), "For in Him dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead
bodily," "And ye are complete IN HIM which is the head of all principality
and power." (Jesus overcame all principalities and powers by His death and
resurrection). We are complete in Him only in unity as He, the Father, and the
Holy Ghost are one in unity and not bodily.
The word Trinity means the union of the three persons in the Godhead, each who
IS called God and Lord in various Scriptures throughout the Bible, and who are
"Self-existent" and "Eternal." In Psalm 110:1; Matt. 22:44;
Zech. 2:10-11 we have the Father and the Son both called "Lord," and
when we read Ex. 16:7 with Heb. 3:7-8 and Isa. 6:8-9 with Acts 28:25 and Ex.
17:7 with Heb. 3:7-9, and Jer. 31:31-34 with Heb. 10:15-16 these Scriptures
prove that the Holy Spirit is also called "Lord." The Holy Spirit is
distinctly called God in Acts 5:3-4. Here Peter here askes Ananias, why he kept
back part of the price . . . why Ananias let Satan fill his heart to lie to the
Holy Ghost . . . and Peter goes on to say Ananias had not lied to men but to
God the Father, God the Son, AND God the Holy Ghost, in one (unified) Godhead
or divinity, so that all three persons are one in unity and eternal substance,
but three separate and distinct persons as to indivuality. Three separate and
distinct persons are spoken of in (1 John 5:7). Jesus Himself declared and taught
us to go forth and baptize in the name of the Father AND of the Son AND of the
Holy Ghost (Matt. 28:19).
Scriptures such as "one Lord" (Deut 6:4) and "one God"
(Mal. 2:10) means unitied, or united in one. Similarly, the scriptures
"They shall be one flesh" (Gen. 2:24); "the people are one"
(Gen. 11:6), do not mean all the people are one in body.
In the beginning God revealed the Godhead as consisting of more than one
person. In Gen. 2:26 "And God said, LET US make man in OUR IMAGE, after
OUR LIKENESS." Also in Gen. 3:22 He plainly said, "The man is become
AS ONE OF US." The phrase "as one of" means "like each
person of several persons of the same kind," as proved wherever the
statement "as one of" is found in Scripture (Gen. 19:14; 42:27;
49:16; Ex. 12:48; Lev. 19:34; 24:22; Num. 12:12; 2 Sam. 13:13; 14:13; Job 12:4;
ect., no person uses such a phrase and not refer to more than one person who
could make "us." If God refers to the Godhead as "us" we
should take it that He knows what He is talking about and that there are more
than one person in the Godhead.
In John 1:1 we have the statement, "In the beginning was the Word, and the
Word was with God, and the Word was God." The Word became flesh and dwelt
among us in John 1:14. We know the Word God took upon Himself a flesh and bone
body and became Jesus. We must ask ourselves which God was the Word with in the
beginning in John 1:1? He was with the Father for in (1 Cor. 3:23; 11:3) Paul
said that "Christ was God's and God was "the head of Christ."
Jesus dwelt amongst us whilst the Father remained in Heaven.
Acts 2:33-39 referes to three separate persons of the deity: It is said of
Jesus [one person], "Therefore being BY THE RIGHT HAND of God exalted and
having RECIEVED OF THE FATHER [another person] the promise OF THE HOLY GHOST [a
third person] He hath shed forth THIS [the Holy Ghost] which ye now SEE and
HEAR." Thus TWO persons, Jesus in His flesh and bone body, and the Father
who is spirit, stayed in Heaven sitting side by side, and the Holy Ghost (a third
person) came from the two in Heaven to take the place of Jesus among men.
If God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost are "one God"
in one body, all the Scriptures mentioned above are lies, and if they are lies
then the whole Bible cannot be believed.
The fact that Jesus took upon Himself a flesh and bone body and that He was
resurrected and STILL HAS His flesh and bone body and sits at the Fathers right
hand in Heaven in it, (Mark 16:19; Luke 22:69), is proved by His statement to
His disciples; "Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle
me, and see; for spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have" (Luke
24:39); and to Thomas Jesus said; "Reach hither thy finger, and behold my
hands; and reach hither thy hand and thrust it into my side: and be not
faithless, but believing" (John 20:27). And Thomas answered and said unto
Him, My Lord AND my God" (John 21:28).
How could Jesus, a self confessed flesh and bones being, be sitting at the
Fathers right hand [the Father being spirit] in Heaven and be "one"
in body with the Father? Jesus Himself said above, "Spirit doth not have
flesh and bone as ye see me have." If Jesus and the Father are
"one" in body, then the Father must be flesh and bone, or Jesus must
be spirit, and this would be a lie. Jesus will have His flesh and bone body for
all eternity (Zech. 13:6).
And what was Jesus saying and asking the Father when He prayed to the Father
"And now I am no more in the world, but these are in the world, and I come
to thee. Holy Father, keep through thine own name those whom thou hast given
me, THAT THEY MAY BE ONE, AS WE ARE" (John 17:11).
And, "That they MAY BE ONE; as thou, Father art IN ME, and I IN THEE, that
they MAY BE ONE IN US: that the world may believe that thou has sent me"
"And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; THAT THEY MAY BE
ONE, even AS WE ARE ONE: I in them, and thou IN ME, that they may be made
perfect IN ONE; and that the world may know etc., (John 17:22-23). "And I
have declared unto them thy name, and I will declare it: that the love
wherewith thou hast loved me may be in them, AND I IN THEM" (John 17:26).
Jesus prayed to the Father to keep His disciples and all His followers
"one in unity" as He and the Father were. He never asked the Father
to allow all the followers and disciples all to get inside one of them and form
"one body" as fundamental Christianity wrongly teaches Jesus and the
Jesus upbraided the disciples not for their misunderstanding, but for their
unbelief (Mark 16:13-14), and he will upbraid us as well if we do not believe
who He, the Father, and the Holy Spirit are. They are one in unity not body as
these plain simple Scriptures state.
"And the Father Himself, [one person] which hath sent me [another person,
hath born WITNESS OF ME. Ye have neither heard His voice at any time nor seen
His shape (John 5:37). How can this Scripture be true if they are
"ONE" in body?
Jesus instructs us to "Search the Scriptures; for in the ye THINK ye have
eternal life: and they which testify of me" (John 5:39). How can we pray
to a God if we do not know who He is? Jesus said, "Ask me nothing. Verily
verily I say unto you, Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father IN MY NAME, He will
give it you"(John 16:23). The Father never refuses Jesus anything, so when
we ask the Father in the Name of Jesus, to the Father its like Jesus asking the
Father Himself. They are two separate individual self existant beings, sitting beside
each other in Heaven. This is as clear and as simple to believe as any other
doctrin in the Bible. Our plain common sense tells us that one person cannot
sit beside himself, and God would not expect us to believe He sits beside
Himself in two types of bodies, constantly transforming Himself at will, asking
Himself questions and invoking prayers in His Jesus Name, and then answering
them to His Jesus self as the Father. To believe this theory of Satan, which is
continued by men is plain madness.
A God who could not make Himself clear, or had to be interpreted and be
declared a mystery is no God at all. Let us believe, like sensible men, that
God can make Himself understood. He will hold men responsible for what He says,
not for what men interpret His words to say. He has a right to judge men in the
end if they constantly make Him false in all that He says, if they listen to
satanic theories. "He that rejecteth me, and recieveth not my words, hath
one that judgeth him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in
the last day" (John 12:48; Rev. 20:11-15). This should be enough for men
to quit the foolishness of changing God's Word to mean anything they want it to
mean? It is the height of ignorance for anyone to claim to know God better than
He has revealed Himself to be.
The Trinity consists of three divine beings each with their own separate body,
soul, and Spirit as over 500 Scriptures prove. To deny this and believe that
God is three persons in one body is to believe the theories of men which cannot
be supported Scripturally