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Is it possible to relate the three, divide the three and compare the three as such. 

God, the MIND ( thoughts)

Jesus,the HEART ( love)

Holy Spirit, the SOUL ( will) 

With the this, you have the trilogy! We are told ..."with all they heart...soul...mind" Math.22:37

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The Bible often uses the number 3.  A thing is verified by 2 or 3 witnesses, or Jonah was 3 days and nights in the belly of the whale, for instance.  Since the Trinity is One God, we can't so easily divide our own nature as pertaining to an attribute of a person of the Trinity.  All the Godhead is love, and all have a mind and a will yet each is a separate Person.   So your analogy breaks down in my mind.  But it is interesting to think about. 

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2 hours ago, Freeeagle said:

Is it possible to relate the three, divide the three and compare the three as such. 

God, the MIND ( thoughts)

Jesus,the HEART ( love)

Holy Spirit, the SOUL ( will) 

With the this, you have the trilogy! We are told ..."with all they heart...soul...mind" Math.22:37

Hi Freeeagle, Welcome. Look forward to your input if you stick around. Yeah, we are the sum of our parts, or more if possible in Christ.

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Personally I hadn't found a need to make such distinctions. 

The three that bare witness on earth that testify are well enough sound doctrine for a person to begin their walk with the Lord.

There is water, blood, and spirit.

With each taken into consideration a son or daughter who studies with the Wise counselor will find treasures in the terrain of the Torah.

With prds a person will find 4 levels of exegesis As a school master brings each individual to the Holy One of Yisrayl Yeshua(Jesus.  some will perhaps one day even find a level beyond the sod. 

Amen, Amen

Blessings Always.

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On ‎12‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 6:01 AM, Freeeagle said:

Is it possible to relate the three, divide the three and compare the three as such. 

God, the MIND ( thoughts)

Jesus,the HEART ( love)

Holy Spirit, the SOUL ( will) 

With the this, you have the trilogy! We are told ..."with all they heart...soul...mind" Math.22:37

Hi Freeeagle,

Welcome to Worthy. I have heard that thought before However as we read God`s word we see differently.

`God (the Father) so loved the world that He gave His only son, (Jesus).` (John 3: 16)

Also reading about Jesus we see that He always did the will of His Father.

The Godhead - Father, Son and Holy Spirit all are equal, of the same mind, and will.

regards, Marilyn.

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Hi Freeeagle

Welcome to Worthy.  Eagles are magnificent creatures, created by God Himself along with all other creation.  I like the name - I guess free because of Jesus' sacrifice on Calvary and wanting to mount up with wings as eagles!  May you grow strong in the Lord - I hope that is your desire.

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Freeeagle, 1stly, welcome to Worthy, and 2ndly, may you be set free to soar as an eagle as you read Matthew 6.33. However you look at it The Godhead are 3 in 1, all working in perfect harmony and therefore in complete sync with each other, no separation. As always, I hope this helps, God bless.

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On 12/2/2018 at 3:44 PM, Willa said:

The Bible often uses the number 3.  A thing is verified by 2 or 3 witnesses, or Jonah was 3 days and nights in the belly of the whale, for instance.  Since the Trinity is One God, we can't so easily divide our own nature as pertaining to an attribute of a person of the Trinity.  All the Godhead is love, and all have a mind and a will yet each is a separate Person.   So your analogy breaks down in my mind.  But it is interesting to think about. 

Shalom, Willa.

Three is also the number frequently felt to be the best number in outlines and sermons. Two points are usually discouraged as being too few, and four or five are thought of as being cumbersome. And, seven? Forget about it! Only God does sevens!

Naturally, then, we GRAVITATE to three points. If we feel that way today, you can be certain that people felt that way in the past, even the distant past. A case in point is the formula, "thesis, antithesis, synthesis." Another is "heaven, earth, and hell." Another is time: "past, present, and future."

It's also true for many stories in literature: "boy finds girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl again."

It's true in mathematics: The most stable, two-dimensional shape is the triangle, which has three sides with three points of contact, making the three angles.

In basic astronomy, it begins with the earth, the sun, and the moon.

It's not that things always come in threes; it's that we always SEE in threes! It's more related to how we perceive the world around us than what's actually in the earth.

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