60 Questions on the Godhead

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60 Questions on the Godhead

With Bible answers

  1. Is the word trinity in the Bible? No.
  2. Does the Bible say that there are three persons in the Godhead? No.
  3. Does the Bible speak of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost? Yes.
  4. Do these titles as used in Matthew 28:19 mean that there are three separate persons in the Godhead? No, they refer to three offices, roles, or relationships to humanity.
  5. Does the Bible use the word three in reference to God? Only one verse in the entire Bible does so—1Jn.5:7. It speaks of the father, the Word (instead of Son), and the Holy Ghost, and it concludes by saying, “These three are one!” Read the original Greek version that was written before the Roman Catholics got a hold of it! 1 Jn.5:7 reads: 7For there are three that bear record; the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one. Ac.20:28Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood. See Jn.20:28 and Mt.1:23, Immanuel “God with us.” Is.40:3, Mt.3:3.
  6. Does the bible use the word one in reference to God? Yes, many times. For example, see, Deu.6:4; Zach.14:9; Mal.2:10; Mt.23:9; Mk.12:29, 32; Jn.8:41; 10:30; Ro.3:30; 1Cor.8:4; Ga.3:20; 1Tm.2:5; Jm.2:19 and all throughout Isaiah and the rest of the Prophets.
  7. Can the mystery of the Godhead be understood? Yes, Ro.1:20; Col.2:9; 1Tm.3:16; 1Jn.5:20.
  8. Has the Christian have only one heavenly Father? Yes, Mt.23:9; Mk.12:29; Jn.10:30; 14:7-9 and Deu.6:4.
  9. Then why did Jesus say to Philip, “He hath seen the Father” Jn.14:7-9. Because Jesus is the express image of God’s person. Heb.1:3 the Greek word for person in this verse means substance.
  10. Does the Bible say that there are two persons in the Godhead? No.
  11. Does the Bible say that all the Godhead is revealed in one person? Yes, in Jesus Christ. 2Cor.4:4; Col.1:19; 2:9; Heb.1:3.
  12. Is the mystery of the deity hidden from some people? Yes, Lk.10:21-22; Jn.14:16-17, those who receive His words are the only true Son’s of God, Jn.8:47; Lk.11:27And it came to pass, as he spake these things, a certain woman of the company lifted up her voice, and said unto him, Blessed is the womb that bare thee, and the pap’s which thou hast sucked. 28But he (Jesus) said, Yea rather, blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it. Jn.8:31-32 and 51.
  13. Who is the Father? The Father is the one God, particularly as revealed in parental relationship to humanity. Deu.32:6; Mal.2:10; Jn.1:1-3 through verse14 the one true God manifested in the flesh, 1Tm.3:16.
  14. Where was God the Father while Jesus was on earth? The Father was in Christ Jn.14:10; 2Cor.5:19; He was also in heaven, for God is Omnipresent, Jn.3:13.
  15. Did the prophet Isaiah say that Jesus would be the Father? Yes. Is.9:6; 63:16.
  16. When God said, “Let us make man in our image” (Gen.1:26), was He speaking to another person in the Godhead? No. Is.44:24; Mal.2:10.
  17. How many of God’s qualities were in Christ? All. Col.2:9.
  18. How may we see the God who sent Jesus into the world? By seeing Jesus. Jn.12:44-45; 14:7-9.
  19. Does the Bible say that Jesus is the Almighty? Yes, Rev.1:8; Is.9:6.
  20. Whom do some designate as the first person in the trinity? God the Father.
  21. Who do some designate as the third or the last person in the trinity? The Holy Ghost. But Jesus said He was the First and the Last. Rev.1:17-18ffs. See also Rev.22:13.
  22. How many persons did John see sitting on the throne in heaven? One. Rev.4:2.
  23. If Jesus is the First and the Last, why did God say in Is.44:6 that He was the First and the Last? Because Jesus is the God of the Old Testament incarnate. Zach.12:10; Jn.1-14; and 19:37; 1Pt.1:11 and 2Pt.1:21 the first and the last, Jn.8:23-24; 28; and 58, Jesus is the I Am of both Testaments, Is.49:26, Jesus is that one who has been promised from the tribe of Judah, Gen.49:8-12 look to Gen.3:15, that which will come from woman’s seed will step on and destroy Satan’s (Sin’s) power of death, Gen.12:1-3, therefore walk before Him and be ye perfect according to His word, Gen.17:1 and Mt.5:48, because Jesus did not come to take away the law or the commandments or the testimonies of the prophets, but to fulfill them all, Mt.5:17-20; Mt.24:35; Mal.3:6; Heb.13:8 because God cannot lie, Num.23:19; Tit.1:2; Heb.17-18 His word is immutable and we have a hope of salvation if we stay anchored to that which is behind the vail! What was behind the vail? The only thing left behind in the arch of the covenant was the word of God in the 10 commandments, because the Philistines’ stole the jar of manna and Aaron’s rod that bloomed and brought forth almonds, you see man always wants God’s provisions and His Supernatural powers, but they fall short of wanting His words of truth, which cleanses us from our sins when we keep His promises to us! This is just like the seven churches in Revelations which needed to go back to the first things they did, for they ended up like the women in Is.4:1And in that day seven women shall take hold of one man, saying, We will eat our own bread, and wear our own apparel: only let us be called by thy name, to take away our reproach. They wanted to serve and worship the Lord their way and still have Him take away their reproach and sin! Just like the churches of today! They fall short of obeying His every word, by thinking grace is some magical blanket that covers us from our sins; Jesus said to go and sin no more unless a worse thing come upon you, Jn5:14 see also Jn.8:11-12 Jesus is that light which brings all scripture to our minds, that we may abide in Him, Jn.15:1-27 and we will know what we are to say and do for He will tells us what it is that we are to say, Mt.10:17-20; if we abide in Him, for we can do nothing by ourselves, without Him in our lives, for it is Jesus who makes us blameless, 2Cor.5:19-21!
  24. Did Jesus tell Satan that God alone should be worshiped? Yes, Mt.4:10.
  25. Does the devil believe in more than one God? No, Jm.2:19.
  26. Does the Bible say that God, who is the Word, was made flesh? Yes, Jn.1:1-14.
  27. For what purpose was God manifested in the flesh? To save sinners. Heb.2:9, 14; 1Tm.6:11-16; Tit.2:13; Lk.24:45-47 and 1Jn.2:1-3.
  28. Was Jesus God manifested in the flesh? Yes, 1Tm.3:16; Is.49:26 Jesus is for redemption but very soon He will judge all the earth, Heb.12:29 and 1Tm.6:13-16; Philp.2:10 & 12!
  29. Could Jesus have been on earth and in heaven at the same time? Yes, Jn.3:13; 6:62; 1Cor.15:46-47.
  30. Does the Bible say that there is but one Lord? Yes, God is One! Is.45:18; 49:26; Eph.4:5; Zech.14:9; Jn.1:1-3. See attached sheets on One God!
  31. Does the Bible say that Christ is Lord? Lk.2:11; Ac.2:36; Ac.10:36 Lord of all and in you all; Col.3:11 if you are baptized in His name Ac.2:38-40, 1Cor.8:11 and cleansed by His words 2Cor.6:16-18, Jn.15:1-20, when we abide in Him and His disciples words of truth Ac.2:42-47, for only they had the keys to heaven and no other have them or were given them, Mt.16:19-20; and St. John sealed the Holy Bible in Rev.22:18-19 and no one can not add to His word or take ANYTHING AWAY FROM, IT OR THEY ARE CURSED!!! Det.4:2; Gal.1:8-9 and Mt.12:31-32 for there is but one path we must travel down, Mt.7:13-14 or be accursed see the following verses to 29; for Jesus is the only foundation we can build eternity on, Jn14:6; Jn.3:3-8!
  32. Does the Bible say that the Lord is God? Yes. 1Kg.18:39; Zech.14:5; Ac.2:39; Rev.19:1; Jn.14:1 & 17:3 Jesus has manifested the name of God in His very own flesh, Jn.17:3-11!
  33. How could the Church belong to Jesus Mt.16:18 (Jesus is that rock being the chief corner stone that the builders rejected, Ac.4:11-12!) and yet be the Church of God (Ac.20:28; 1Cor.10:32)? Because Jesus is God in the flesh, 1Tm.3:16! Mt.1:23 Immanuel translated God with us! Jn.1:1-14 and God said He would not give His glory to another, Is.42:8; 48:11; 1Cor.2:8; that is why we need His name at baptism because it is the New Testament covenant by which we receive the blood of the New Testament Covenant, 1Cor.6:11 and Jn.17:3; Jesus is the glory of God manifested in the flesh, we see the Glory of God in the face of Jesus, 2Cor.4:1-6; who was the Holy Spirit made flesh to be the head of His church which He purchased with His own blood, Ac.20:28 and see Jn.20:28, Thomas learned who Jesus was, just as Philip did; Jn.14:6-19, for God was in Jesus doing all the works by the power of the Holy Spirit which is God, Jn.4:24, God is that Holy Spirit made flesh, 1 Tm.3:16 which is the goodness which is the mystery of the Godhead; God’s grace came to take away our sins, in which there can be no other name, by which salvation comes, Ac.4:12; for this reason the Apostles of Jesus Christ Baptized in His glorious name, because all power is attached to His name, Jn.14:14, because Jesus is the very name of God manifested in the flesh which means “God Saves” or “Yah God” is Salvation” Yashuah or the Joshua or the Greek is Jesus; for this reason Jesus said in Mt.28:19-20 to baptize in the NAME,what is that name; it can be no other name but Jesus because Jesus came in His Father’s name, Jn.5:43 see Jn.17:1-11: for this reason the Apostles knew Jesus was God in the flesh and Jesus is that only name by which salvation comes according to scripture, Jn.5:39-40! Let God and His word be true and every man a liar, Ro.3:3, for salvation comes by obedience to the very word of God, Mt.4:4 and Lk.4:4 is no coincidence; so let all men come to Him who is the one God by which there can be only one salvation from one baptism, and I refer you yet again to scripture, Eph.4:3Endeavouring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. 4There is one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling; 5One Lord, one faith, one baptism, 6One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all. 7But unto every one of us is given grace according to the measure of the gift (Grace) of Christ: 1 Cor.5:19-21!
  34. Will God give His glory to another? No. Is.42:8; 48:11; 1Cor.2:6-8ffs!
  35. Was there a God formed before Jehovah, or will there be afterwards? No. Is.43:10-11 see also Is.44:8; 45:5-7 Jn.8:12 Jesus is that very light; Is.41:4; 44:6 Jesus is that LORD of all, Ac.10:36-48 by which they of the first century church were baptized, for there is no other salvation in any other name, Ac.4:12 by which we must be saved!
  36. What is one thing God does not know? Another God. Is.44:6, 8; see also Deu.4:35; 32:39; 1Sam.2:2; 2Sam.22:32; Is.45:5-7 see Jn.8:12 Jesus is that light, Gen.1:1-3; Joel2:27-29; Mt.16:18 Jesus is that Rock that the living church of the living God is built on.
  37. What is one thing that God cannot do? Lie. Titus1:2, Nu.23:19; 1Sa.15:29; Mal.3:6; Jm.1:17; 1Kg.8:56-60; Mt.5:18; 24:35; Heb.6:18; 13:8. Ro.3:3-4; therefore let us all be reconciled unto His word and not the doctrines of vain men, who conceived the Trinity Doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church 450 years after the Apostles were dead, and ratified in the year 550c. by the Council of Nicaea, the Roman Catholic Church who is still trying to have all men worship another man which fallible who is called the Pope, which practices blasphemy, and is in error of scripture! Due.4:2; Gal.1:8-9; and Rev.22:18-19, they will be anathema, 1 Cor.16:22!
  38. How many Gods should we know? One. Hosea13:4; Is.43:11; 45:21-22.
  39. How many names has the Lord? One. Zech.14:9; Jesus said I come in My Father’s name, Jn.5:43 see Jn. Chapter 17.
  40. Is it good to think upon the name of the Lord? Yes. Mal.3:16-18.
  41. Does the Bible say that God alone treads on the waves of the sea? Yes. Job.9:8: Did not Jesus meet with His disciples on the water walking? Mt.14:25; Ps.104:1-5!
  42. Why, then, was Jesus able to walk upon the Sea of Galilee (Mt.14:25)? Because He is God the creator. Col.1:16-17; Jn.1:2-3; 1Jn.1:1-3: The Son according to the flesh, the adopted Son of David, King of the Tribe of Judah to fulfill all prophecy and to keep the Promise to Abraham and the prophecy of Jacob then called Israel which mean I (God) will strive (live in or) with them; His chosen people, Gen.12:3! Gen.49:9-12 (10: Shiloh: perhaps “he whose it is,” a Messianic title). Jn.5:39. Jesus is “God with Us”, Mt.1:23; I refer you to Is.40:3 as to what John the Baptist was doing; Mt.3:3, was he not preparing the way for whom? God!
  43. Is God the only one who can forgive sin? Yes. Is.43:25; Dan.9:9; Mk.2:7-12.
  44. Why, then, could Jesus forgive sin in Mark2:5-11? Because He is God the Savior, Titus2:11-15.
  45. Is Jesus the true God? Yes 1Jn.5:20; Is.9:6: This is the true God, and eternal life.
  46. If God and the Holy Spirit are two separate persons, which was the Father of Christ? Mt.1:20 says that the Holy Ghost was the Father, while in Ro.15:6,  2Cor.11:31, and Eph.1:3 say that God was the Father, There is no contradiction when we realize that God the Father and the Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost are one in the same thing a Spirit, Jn.4:24 God is a Spirit. Mt.10:20; Eph.4:4-7; 1Cor.3:16, Ac.20:28; and Ro.8:9.
  47. When Paul asked the Lord who He was, what was the answer? “I am Jesus.” Ac.9:5.
  48. While Stephen was dying, did he call God Jesus? Yes, Ac.7:59.
  49. Did Thomas ever call Jesus God? Yes, Jn.20:28.
  50. How could Jesus be the Savior, when God the Father said in Isaiah 43:11, “Besides Me there is no God or Savior”? Because “God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself” 2Cor.5:19, so that when we receive this understanding we can all be one with Him in truth and in His Spirit which will be the righteousness of God in us and in Him see verses 20-21.
  51. Does the Bible say that Jesus was God with us? Yes, Mt.1:23; Is.7:14.
  52. Did Jesus ever say I and My Father are one? Yes, Jn.10:30; 12:45.
  53. Can it be proved scripturally that Jesus and the Father are One in the same sense that the husband and the wife are one? No. The Godhead was never compared to the relationship of a husband and wife. Jesus identified Himself with the Father in a way that a husband and wife cannot be identified with each other. Jn.14:6-9 to verse 11.
  54. Does the Bible say that there is only one wise God? Yes, Jude 1:25.
  55. Does the Bible call the Holy Ghost a second or third person in the Godhead? No. The Holy Ghost is the one Spirit of God; the one God Himself At work in our lives, Ro.8:9 the Spirit of God, Jn.4:24, is the same as the Spirit of Jesus because they are one Spirit and one in the same, 1P.1:11 and 2Pt.1:21; Heb.1:8-12 for this reason Peter commanded that we grow in the knowledge of whom? 2Pt.3:18But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever. Amen see Jn.6:63! The very Essence of God, His power and His Divine Will His very life force His eternality of life being, “The I Am, I Will be, I Am therefore the Forever One, His name is Jesus, Acts.4:12; Jn.5:36 & 43! If we know not who Jesus is we will die in our sins, for He is the great I Am, Jn.8:24; and 58 and I refer you to Jesus’ words Himself, Jn.8:31-32 and 51! Without obedience to His every word we are lost still, 2 Tm.3:16-17! If we are found in our will and not in His we will be condemned forever in His wrath to come, for this is that unforgivable sin by which His blood will never cover, Mt.12:31-32 see also 46-50; because God’s children hear Him and His words, Jn.8:47He that is of God heareth God’s words!
  56. Can the trinitarians show that three divine persons were present when Jesus was baptized by John? Absolutely not. The one, omnipresent God used three simultaneous manifestations. (My God is a multitasking God; with man this is impossible but with God all things are possible, Mt.19:26!) Only one divine person was there—The God-man Himself Jesus Christ our LORD GOD and SAVIOR! 1Tm.3:16; 6:15-16; Titus2:10-15; Is.48:17 and Jn.14:6! Jesus is that Kingdom to which we all are striving to enter into His rest, Mt.12:28 and Lk.11:20; when they say Jesus is here or there do not go to find Him for He will be with you and in you; If you have been born-again of His Spirit and He is in you; Jn.3:3-8 or you are none of His yet still Ro.8:9, because you have not the power to overcome sin in your life, Mk.16:15-20; Ac.2:1-4 and 38-47; Lk.11:28But he said, Yea rather, blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it. See Jn.8:11 and Jn.5:14, sin not unless a worse thing come upon you Ro.6:23, 2 Pt.2:18For when they speak great swelling words of vanity, they allure through the lusts of the flesh, through much wantonness, those that were clean escaped from them who live in error. 19While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage. 20For if after they have escaped the pollutions of the world through the knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, they are again entangled therein, and overcome, the latter end is worse with them than the beginning. 21For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them. 22But it is happened unto them according to the true proverb, The dog is turned to his own vomit again; and the sow that was washed to her wallowing in the mire. Who is not with our Lord is not gathering souls; Lk.11:23He that is not with me is against me: and he that gathereth not with me scattereth. If you scatter anything it better be the word of God unto salvation of your brother’s lost souls 2Tm.2:19-26, Jm.5:19Brethren, if any of you do err from the truth, and one convert him; 20Let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins.
  57. Then what were the other two of whom trinitarians speak? One was the voice from heaven (God is omnipresent is He not?); the other was the Spirit of God in the form of LIKE a dove (A likeness of a dove that only John and Jesus could see for confirmation THAT THIS INDEED WAS THE MESSIAH God’s very own (created, made, manifested, originated, begotten, Incarnated!) self and anointed One, Heb.10:5! THAT John had prophesied was to come who was before him whom he was not able to tie or untie His sandal (Look at the ending of the scripture John used to prepare the way of the Lord! Is.40:3The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the LORD, make straight in the desert a highway for our God. Mt.3:33), Mt.3:16-17, “In Whom I Am.”; Lk.3:16-17, The one that was before him even when Jesus was born after John, John knew Jesus was the Eternal One, Jn.3:26-36! There can only be one God who is savior of all creation because He alone created it so He alone is the only one who came to save it! Because only God can do away with a curse of sin which is death to the sinner, there was only one power or blood that could cover sin for eternity, the blood of the lamb of God, the God-man Himself made flesh just for this divine operation to be death to death in His Name, that is the reason why we must take His name at Baptism for the remission of sin, because only God in the flesh is the propitiation of sin once and forever, Act.4:12; 2:38-39 no other name is given by which we must be saved, this is what is meant by baptize in the name of the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit, there can be only one name that all the fullness of the Godhead was in and that is Jesus and we are complete in Him alone, Col.2:8-15! We are buried in Him in baptism, see Ro.6:1-23 and Col.2:10-15!)
  58. What did the voice say at Jesus’ baptism? “Thou art My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” Mark1:11. As the Son of God according to the flesh, Jesus was the one God incarnate, Jn.1:1-18 see the Greek original (http://interlinearbible.org).
  59. Does the Bible say that God shed His blood and that He laid down His life for us? Yes. Acts20:28; 1Jn.1:1-7; 2:1-2; and 3:16-24; 1Jn.5:20, we must seek to be perfect as He is perfect, Mt.5:48 and 1 Jn.3:1-9ffs.
  60. The Bible says that God is coming back with all His saints (Zach.14:5) and also that Jesus with all His saints (1Ths.3:13). Are two coming back? No. Only one is coming back—our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Titus2:13.

Jesus is the same yesterday today and forever, He has become God in the flesh to show us our salvation and how to be just like Him with examples for His children to live by, Jn.14:6; 15; 15:1-14! We are to mark those who walk contrary to His ways and to admonish them that means we are to pick up our weaker brothers and give our lives to them in examples of what to do and what not to do; For this reason Jesus’ Spirit has been poured out in these last days, Joel.2:28, so that we could have the power to overcome this flesh, to deny self and pick up our cross and follow Him, Mt.10:32-39; or we are none of Him, Ro.8:9, just that simple, mark those who walk in righteousness for they have learned it from the Father, for they do always the things that please the Father as they walk in His will, Mt.12:46-50, till He come to receive His own, so that we can become His crown jewels, Mal.3:16-18, and have a name that no other can know but those who He gives it to, His chosen few, Many are called but few will be chosen, Mt.22:14; Mt.7:13-14; 20:16; Those who overcome are those who will sit at His dinner table, Rv.3:19-22;  Rv.3:12-13! Rv.22:1-21 Even so Lord come quickly, Come Lord Come, 1Cor.16:22! Jn.8:24 Those that will know His name will enter into His kingdom, Mt.12:28-32; 1Tm.3:16, Spirit of God-Man, He is Jesus forever, I am the First and the Last and besides Me there is no other God, Mk.12:29, Is.44:6 Why call Me Lord, Lord and keep not My commandments? Lk.6:46! Mt.7:21-23. Mt.24:35Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.

Isaiah 40:1-8, Is.28:9-18; 55:3-11; 2Tm.3:16-17.

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