The Trinity Doctrine:

Itís Clarification Time!

    The fact that the Bible recognizes Jesus as the Son of God" (Is. 53:4-12; Matt. 14:33) strikes at the heart of Judaism and Islam. Both of these religions insist on a strict monotheistic God with no Son. While it is true that the Koran of Islam accepts Jesus as a Prophet of God and accepts that He was the virgin born son of Mary, Moslems still reject Him as the Son of God. The Jews accept only that Jesus lived, but claim that he was " a bastard" and "Mary was a whore" (Yebamoth 49b; Sanhedrin 106 a & b: HERE p.7)

    The Biblical Truth about Jesus and monotheism--as will shortly be seen--is that His role in God the Fatherís eternal plan is one in which complete power and authority and the title of Almighty God is bestowed upon Him by the Father, but only for a specified, readily identified period of time.

    That period of time extends from His ascension to the Father on the morning of His resurrection (Jn. 20:17; Mt.28:9) until He voluntarily returns that authority and power back to the Father (I Cor. 15:28). Scripture is very clear on that point. During that time frame (now nearing 2000 years), the third person of the Trinity Doctrine, i.e., The Holy Spirit, has been sent by the Father to earth--after Jesusí public ascension--to indwell Christian believers and testify of Jesus (Jn. 14:16; 15:26).

    The New Testament of Jesus Christ repeatedly and dogmatically makes it clear from Jesusí own lips that The Father is greater than He.

    King of Kings and Lord of Lords?? Yes, and that "office"...that exalted title (and others!) Jesus will "occupy and fill" eternally. A throne in heaven on the right hand of His Father? Yes, most assuredly. Even the "All-Controlling, Sovereign God Title" is a distinctive Mantle that is His...but only for a specified time frame.

    Letís get right to it and see how plain Scripture puts the church-mauled Trinity Doctrine in the light where God intends it to be as He prepares to bring Babylon down. The truth about the Trinity will appeal to Godís people everywhere instead of making millions into immediate enemies of Christ and the New Covenant.


Five Categories Of Scriptures Which Show

That Jesusí Role As "God" Is A Real But Temporary One

Role #1: Before The Crucifixion And Resurrection

    Notice the Absolute Monotheistic Hegemony of God the Father repeatedly affirmed by Jesus Himself and the Gospel writers....

Jesus said: " Father is greater than I...." (John 14:28)

Jesus said: "...the Word which ye hear is not mine, but the Fatherís...." (John 14:24)

Jesus said: " And this is life eternal, that they might know thee [Father God] the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent." (John 17:3)

Jesus said: "Why callest thou me [Jesus] good? There is none good but one, that is God [The Father]." (Matthew 19:17.

Jesus said: "Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done." (Luke 22:42)

                 : "And I appoint unto you a kingdom, as my Father hath appointed unto me; that thou may eat and

                    drink at my table in my kingdom.... (Luke 22:29,30)

Apo. Paul: "...there is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in Him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by Him." (I Cor. 8:6):

Jesus said: "I [Jesus] of mine own self do nothing: as I hear, I judge: and my judgment is just; because I seek not mine own will, but the will of the Father which hath sent me." (John 5:30)

Jesus said: "Then answered Jesus and said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, The Son can do nothing of Himself, but what He seeth the Father do: for what things soever He [the Father] doeth, these also doeth the Son likewise." (John 5:19)

Jesus said: "For the Father loveth the Son, and showeth Him all things that Himself [the Father] doeth...." (John 5:20)

Jesus said: "..My doctrine is not mine, but His [the Fatherís] that sent me." (John 7:16)

Jesus said: "I [Jesus] do thy will, O God [the Father]." (Hebrews 10:7)

Apo. Paul : "One God and Father of all, who is above all...." (Ephesians 4:6)

    It seemeth, er, ah; that is to say: It seems beyond dispute that during the pre-crucifixion and resurrection time of Jesusí ministry, He does or says nothing that isnít given to Him by the Father Who, as Jesus said: "Is Greater than I".


Role #2: From Resurrection To Public Ascension

    On resurrection morning, Jesus said to Mary Magdalene at the empty tomb: "Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend to my Father, and your Father; and to my God, and your God." (John 20:17)

    Only minutes later: "And as they [Mary M. and "the other Mary"; v.1] went to tell His disciples, behold, Jesus met them, saying, ĎAll hailí. And they came and held Him by the feet, and worshipped Him." (Matt. 28:9) [Jesus had ascended, gotten His reward from the Father, and returned.] Notice what that reward was as He met and told His disciples in Galilee:

    "And Jesus came and spake to them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth" (Matt. 28:18). God The Father has the power. He gave all of it that was required to rule and reign over heaven and earth until He [the Father] puts all things under His [Jesusí] feet, as we shall see....

    This great honor was given to Jesus, as is written, because: "...He humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross. Wherefore God [the Father] also hath highly exalted Him, and given Him a name which is above every name...." (Philippians 2:8,9: See also: Rom. 5:19; Heb. 5:8; etc. Had Jesus not been obedient to the cross, Almighty God the Father would have been made a liar because the Old Testament prophecies would not have been fulfilled. Think about it....)

    Jesus used His new position immediately to instruct His disciples (the nascent Church) about the task to which they and all that followed them were to also be obedient: "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world..." (Mt. 28:19).

    The disciples had to be endued with power from on high that would change and embolden and equip them to establish a Church that would reach hundreds of millions over the centuries with the message of Godís Plan. That Plan--the Gospel of Jesus the Christ--was to reveal far and wide through Jesus what Father God Himself is really like, viz., a loving "Daddy" (Rom. 8:15, Gal. 4:6). This "Daddy" is ready, willing, and able to create an eternal paradisiacal New Earth (not "re-newed": HERE), populated with flesh and blood children who, like Himself and His Son, love good and abhor evil (Is.66:24). No other religion remotely compares. If you think Godís Plan is on the ropes, think again! Nothing will stop its fulfillment!

    To receive the many-faceted power they needed, the disciples were told to wait ten days and meet on Pentecost, at which time the Holy Spirit would supply their needs miraculously. With that parting message, Jesus publicly ascended to the Fatherís right hand to carry out the role that had been bestowed upon Him, namely, that of ruler and sustainer of the universe, Head of the Church, Lord of Lords, King of Kings, and, yes, "the Almighty" (Rev. 1:8).

    As for the Disciples, they were obedient (Acts 1:4,5,13,14). And God was faithful to reward their obedience (Acts 2:1-4)


Role #3: From Pentecost To The End Of Jesusí Reign

    Note that the power and dominion and the name above all names which Jesus receives are privileges and rewards given by Father God to Jesus Who remains subordinate though exalted. He [Jesus] sits on God [the Fatherís] right hand, not on the Fatherís throne: From Eph. 1: 19-23 we read:

"And what is the exceeding greatness of His [the Fatherís] power to usward who believe, according to the working of His [the Fatherís] mighty power.

Which He [the Father] wrought in Christ when He [the Father] raised Him [Jesus] from the dead, and set Him at His own right hand in the heavenly places.

Far above all principality, and power, and might, and dominion, and every name that is named, not only in this world, but also in that which is to come.

And hath put all things under his feet, and gave Him [Jesus] to be the head over all things to the Church.

Which is His [ Jesusí] body, the fullness of Him that filleth all in all."

    The Apostle Peter, a galvanized new man after his baptism in the Holy Spirit in Jerusalem--along with 119 others on Pentecost--confirms and expands on Jesusí position vis a vis Father God in this passage (Acts 5:29-32):

"Then Peter and the other apostles answered and said, We ought to obey God [the Father] rather than men.

The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on a tree.

Him [Jesus] hath God [the Father] exalted with His right hand to be a Prince and a Saviour, for to give repentance to Israel, and forgiveness of sins.

And we are witnesses of these things; and so is also the Holy Ghost, whom God [the Father] hath given to them that obey Him [Jesus and the His followers: Acts 10:34,35,44-48]."

    Thus Jesus--Who is exalted to the right hand of His Father with all power and dominion over everything (except the Father!)--is given a name that is above every other name. In Titus 3:4 He is called "God our Savior"; in The Revelation 1:8, "The Almighty"; In Isaiah 40:3, "Our God"; in Matthew 2:2, "King of the Jews"; in Acts 3:14, "the Holy One"; in Hebrews 4:14; "Great High Priest"; etc., etc.

    Operating through these exalted "offices"--some eternally permanent, and some granted to Him temporarily and conditionally because of His obedience to the cross and because of the Fatherís great love for His Son--Jesus was made to be the very keystone of all of Father Godís plans for eternity. A dutiful and perfect Son, Jesus has moved those plans along exactly as the Father Himself would have done for over 1900 years. He [Jesus] has kept the inspired Word of God intact to the letter. He has kept Satan on a long leash. He has prevented what is right in the Churches from being destroyed. And He has brought the Fatherís Plan to the place where the prophesied One World Government is ready to come on stage.

    "One hour" after that OWG is seated, "the war the Lamb wins" (Rev. 17:14) will swiftly unmask all the Bible-defying deceptions upholding Satanís empire called "Babylon the Great". This exposure will result in the separation of the worldís populations into Satan worshippers and God worshippers; the wrath of God being poured out against the former (with those on Godís side protected as in Goshen of old) except for the Mark of the Beast time during the 6th Trumpet (HERE & HERE).

    Then follows the 7th Trumpet (which is the "thousand years" of Rev.20: HERE) and which ends in a one-day wipe out from the sky at Armageddon. (HERE)  (1) On the heels of that termination of The Beast and the False Prophet (2), the "little season" time frame tells of Satanís release to deceive his followers a final time.(3) At the end of that two-three years or so, the Rapture and the General Resurrection take place.(4) That same day Satanís plug is pulled (5) in preparation for his eternal role as an inert eternal object lesson on display with all other transgressors.(6) Then, the total destruction of this old earth and its disappearance is carried out (7)...followed by the Judgment of those in the General Resurrection.(8) Then the New Earth with its fabulous New Jerusalem descends to the very place this old earth left (9)--i.e., the center of both the Old and New Heavens--and "Daddy"-Godís promised eternal paradise for His and His Sonís eternally growing family begins.(10) (Scriptural sequence for the above is: 1) Rev. 19:15; 16:21 - 2) Rev. 19:20 - 3) Rev. 20:3,8 - 4) I Thess. 4:13-18; Jn. 5:28,29 - 5) Rev. 20:10 - 6) Is. 14:16; 66:24 - 7) II Pet. 3:10-12; Rev. 20:11 - 8) Rev. 20:11 - 9) Rev. 21:1,2 - 10)Rev. 21:3; Is. 11:6,8; 65:23; 66:22-24. Details and explanations HERE).


Role #4: Jesus Voluntarily Subjects Himself To

His Fatherís Godship For Eternity

    At the conclusion of all the foregoing, i.e., "when all enemies are put [by Father God] under Jesusí feet" (I Cor. 15:24,26), Jesus voluntarily relinquishes and returns His "Almighty God" position back to the Father and assumes His eternal throne (I Cor. 15:28) at the right hand of the Father. On that throne, Jesus will forever be known as King of Kings, Lord of Lords, and about fifty other titles that He alone has. Note this remarkable final adjustment in the traditional Trinity concept in these eight verses:

"For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead.

For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christís at His coming [Rapture only on last day of earthís history].

Then cometh the end, when He [Jesus] shall have delivered up the kingdom to God, even the Father; when He shall have put down all rule and authority and power.

For He [Jesus] must reign, TILL He [Father God] hath put all enemies under His feet.

The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.

For He [Father God] hath put all things under His [Jesusí] feet.

But when He [Father God] saith all things are put under Him[ Jesus], it is manifest that He [Father God] is excepted, which did put all things under Him [Jesus].

And when all things shall be subdued unto Him [Jesus], then shall the Son also Himself be subject unto Him [Father God] that put all things under Him [Jesus], that God [the Father] may be all in all."

(I Corinthians 15:21-28)

    If language means anything, these last verses--along with all the foregoing teachings--confirm a Scriptural Truth about the Trinity Doctrine that simply is not heard in the churches--much less stressed--as it should be, to wit: The role of Jesus and Father God in the New Jerusalem on the eternal New Earth confirms that Jesus, the Son, will indeed be subject to the Father who will be once again "all in all":

    The model prayer which Jesus taught is very instructive here when certain facts about it are realized. Note first that the prayer is not about Jesus, but plainly begins: "Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be THY name."

    Note next that it is God the Fatherís kingdom that is being prayed for, not Jesusí kingdom. "THY kingdom come." (The antecedent of THY is "Our Father".)

    The same is true for "THY WILL be done in earth, as it is in heaven." (Interestingly, the "earth" designated here is forced by the context to be the New Earth because v. 13 specifies that the kingdom is the Fatherís: "For THINE is the kingdom..." and goes on to ascribe "the power and glory" to the addressee, "Our Father". Furthermore, the New Earth is what is to be prayed for because it is the only one that will be "for ever". One gets the distinct impression in the usual recital of this wonderful prayer that folks think they are praying for the kingdom of Jesus to come in what they have been falsely taught is a literal 1000 year millennium. In the first place, a thousand years is not "for ever". In the second place, Jesus taught that it is the Fatherís Eternal Kingdom that is to be prayed for, not His own temporary kingdom which was bestowed upon Him when He ascended from outside His tomb and received all power and authority and returned in a few minutes to the we saw earlier. In the third place, these four essays (HERE - HERE - HERE - HERE) prove that Scripture absolutely forbids the teaching that a millennial reign is the time when Jesusí comes into His Kingdom. In the fourth place, an alleged messianic reign of a thousand years is a teaching from the anti-Christ Kabbala which has all but destroyed true Biblical eschatology and has tied a large and controlling segment of Fundamentalist Christian Evangelism to Zionist Phariseeism, the New Testamentís bitterest enemy (HERE - HERE) - HERE).

"But I say unto you," Jesus said at the Last Supper, "I will not drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I drink it new with you in my Fatherís Kingdom." (Matt. 26:29)

    Just before His crucifixion Jesus told His tormentors what His position would be in His Fatherís Kingdom:

"Hereafter shall the Son of Man sit on the right hand of the power of God." (Matt. 22:69).

"And I [John, the Revelator] saw no temple therein [in the New Jerusalem on the New Earth]: for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb [Jesus] are the temple of it." (Rev. 21:22) Here we see that the designation "Lord God Almighty" distinguishing God the Father from the Lamb, Jesus.

    In that eternal kingdom, Scripture speaks of either one throne upon which Father God and God the Son alternately and equally share, OR there are two thrones, one for God the Father and one for the Lamb of God [Jesus]. At first it is hard to tell whether there is one throne or two. Note:

"And he (one of the seven angels) showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lamb...."

"And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it [the New Jerusalem]...." (Rev. 21:1,3)

(Checking through a number of Scriptures that relate to whether one throne or two is meant in these verses, I ended up with only a fairly sturdy hypothesis, or maybe a weak theory, which all interested are invited to confirm or deny, viz: It is clear that between the time of Jesusí public ascension and the time we looked at when Father God made Jesusí enemies His footstool and Jesus voluntarily turned all control back the His Father (I Cor. 15:28), that Jesus is always seated at the right hand of His Fatherís throne [Ex. Rom. 5:34; Eph. 1:20; Gol. 3:1; Heb. 1:3,13; etc.] Even after the public ascension it is found in The Revelation (which Father God gave to Jesus to pass on to Christians through the Apostle John), that God the Fatherís throne is mentioned several times [Rev. 1:4; 3:21; 4:2-6,9,10; 5: 1, 6, 7, 11,13; 6:16; 7: 9-11,15,17; 8:3; 12:5; 14:3-5; 16:17; 19;4,5; 20:11; 21:5; 22:1,3]. Of these, Jesus says "my throne" in 3:21 and says in the same verse: "...and am set down with my Father in His throne. ["Set"? Itís as if He is placed in (on?) the Fatherís throne.] R. 4:11 sounds like Jesus but not all the "throne" verses preceding it. R. 5:13 forces the other references to point to God the Father on the throne. R. 6:16 puts God the Father on the throne as do all the verses in R. :7 except verse #17: "...the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne." R. 8:3, canít tell. R. 12:5, Father God. R. 14:3,5, Father God. R. 16:17, sounds like Jesus when connected with His coming "wrath" in R. 6:16,17. R. 19:4 looks like the Father, but 19:5 is more like Jesus. R. 20:11, canít tell. R. 21:5, probably the Father. And this brings us back to R. 22:1 & 3: "...the throne of God AND of the Lamb." To me, the best fit is this: There is one throne, but it seats the Father and Jesus with Jesus always on the Fatherís right hand. This would show recognition throughout eternity by God the Father that His Son is to be honored equally with Himself on the only throne where the supreme power of the universe is centered and settled. R. 3:21 is intriguing. Taken with v. 20, it looks very much like Jesus has a separate throne--another double seater--where, over time, every one of Jesusí half brothers and sisters will have the joy and honor of sitting with Jesus. Fanciful? Well, thatís what it says: "To him that overcometh [makes it to heaven] will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in His throne. Sounds right to me. I like it! Forget the anti-Christ children sitting down with Santa Claus mythology; this is the real thing! )

    However all that may be, the glory and splendiferous majesty of Jesusí position in the eternal New Jerusalem on the eternal New Earth is in no wise diminished by the Scriptural fact that this is His Fatherís Kingdom and the designation of "God Almighty" belongs to the Father alone for eternity. Jesus will retain a host of other titles..."Alpha and Omega, Good Shepherd, Heir of All Things, Holy One, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Lamb of God...etc. Indeed, almost 2800 years ago the prophet Isaiah had this vision of some of the Pomp and Ceremony that would attend Jesus as He sits on that dual throne with His Father in that New Jerusalem on that New Earth:

"In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple." (Isaiah 6:1)


Role #5: The Holy Spirit Part Of The Trinity

Reveals A Difference In Godhead Hierarchy

    Although there are numerous times in the Old Testament (from Genesis 1:2 to Ezek. 11:5, etc.) when the third person of the Trinity is mentioned, the focus here is on New Testament Scripture facts about the Holy Spirit relevant to the roles of Father God and Jesus.

    It is clear, for example, that the "Holy Ghost is sent down from heaven" (I Pet. 1:12). It is equally clear that although Father God normally does the sending and the giving of the Holy Ghost/Holy Spirit (Ex. Acts 5:32), Jesus too has had that prerogative (John 16:7) since His glorification when He ascended to the Father and was given all authority over everything (Matt. 28:18).

    Before that ascension and coronation Jesus had been given an unlimited measure of the Holy Spirit (John 3:34; Luke 4:1) to equip Him to do the work He was sent to do on earth. While Jesus was here doing--as He said repeatedly--only what the Father told Him to do (Jn. 5:19, 20, 30), the Holy Spirit with which He was filled was Father Godís own Spirit operating through Him. This was done this way in order that Father God could show the world exactly what He, the Father, was really like. He was telling the world that He was not the unapproachable, impersonal, arbitrary, ethnocentric, even Draconian "Ivory Tower" God that the first part of His foreknown Plan (Acts 15:18) called for in some of the Old Testament events.

    Rather, through Jesus who--as the Fatherís begotten Son born of woman was genetically both God and Man--the Father could show the world that HE was a God of Love, and Truth and Mercy...offering a beautiful gift of a paradisiacal eternal life on a New Earth to: a) All who came to know Jesus through His earthly ministry or through His Word and received Him as Lord and Savior; and: b) To multitudes who never had that opportunity but whose works have shown God that they too would have joyfully received Jesus as Savior if they had known and understood His Gospel (John 5:28.29; 10:16; Rom. 2:10-13; I Thess.4:13-18). c) The Bible says that a Jewish "remnant" will come to Christ at the end of the 6th Trumpet time frame (Rev. 11:13). (Also, a Scripturally impeccable explanation of the letter "b" salvation for multitudes who never knew Jesus can be seen HERE This new link is entitled: "Heaven: For Christians Only? A Close Look At The Relevant Scriptures Gives Us The Bibleís Answer.")

    Indeed, the Bible is clear that this longing to serve and love God in the hearts of multitudes who never knew or understood about Jesus and the Good News He brought to the world is reflected in their works and is individually recorded (Rev. 20:12,13). When Jesus the Judge opens that book of life they will know and rejoice and He will be their Savior on the spot. Remember: Jesusí actions totally reflected what the Father would have done if He Himself were walking in Jesusí sandals. In a very real sense, God the Father Himself did walk in those sandals because it was His Holy Spirit that guided what Jesus said and did. Thus, those who have had hearts for God but never knew or understood about Jesus, really belong to Jesus too, and He will be their Savior and He will joyfully present them to the Father along with those who have known and understood and who made Him their Lord and Savior while they lived (Jude v.24). Again, check the new link above to see how Scripture alone locks down this understanding about Judgment and Salvation. This understanding will answer many good questions that fair-minded people of all religions--Christianity included--have had about Judgment and Salvation in the Christian Religion. (HERE for full details.... Incidentally, not only did Jesus absolutely do what His Father would have done if their roles were reversed; He, Jesus, looked like the Father. How common is it that people will say something like: "That boy is the spitín image of his father...looks just like him!?" Scripture says itís the same with Jesus and His Father (Heb. 1:3).

    While it is Scripturally accurate that Jesus could and did give the Holy Spirit to His disciples (John 20:22), it must be noted that He could only do that after "all power in heaven and earth" (Matt.28:18) had been given to Him by His Father. During the 40 days after His resurrection and ascension Jesus could do that and He was effectively the Comforter Himself instructing His disciples in those weeks before His public ascension. He put it this way to them:

"...And I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that He (The Holy Spirit) may abide with you for ever. Even the Spirit of Truth; whom the world cannot receive...." (John 14:16,17)

In that same message to His Disciples, Jesus stresses three more times the point that God the Father alone is the source of the Holy Spirit:

"...But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, He shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you." (John 14:26)

"...But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of Truth, which proceedeth from the Father,

He (HS) shall testify of me...." (John 15:26)

"Nevertheless, I tell you the Truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send Him (HS) unto you." (John 16:7)

    Entire books are written on the subject of the Holy Spiritís role in the Trinity concept of the Godhead as taught in the Bible. The limited focus here is only meant to amplify the point that--as with Jesus--the Holy Spiritís operations are dependent upon and controlled by God the Father, the Supreme Commander, we would say, or, more commonly, The Boss. Sure God is awesome, even fearsome, majestic, unimaginably great and wonderful and absolutely sovereign. But, He also says twice that we can call Him "Daddy". Heís nice, and fair, and considerate, and full of love and enough evil-free Truth to challenge our eternal minds--housed in those perfected bodies--forever.

    So, if it takes a corny illustration like the following to sum up the Trinity Doctrine, so be it:***   Think of God the Father as the owner of everything, which He is really. He can do anything He wants to do. He miraculously fathers a Son through a human mother and turns everything over to Him after the Cross and Resurrection. The Father gives the Son full authority to run the whole operation until all who oppose Them are defeated. When that is accomplished, the Son voluntarily returns the operation to His Father. Next, He voluntarily subjects Himself to His Father for all eternity in a mutually joyful anticipation of the Pleasure (Rev. 4:11) that "Dad" and Himself as Big Brother to a numberless family of Children redeemed from the earth and their offspring after them! (Isaiah 11:11; 65:23; Gal. 3:29) ) will enjoy for ever and ever.***

    Putting the role of the Holy Spirit in all this, we have "The Trinity". It is composed of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, to be sure. It certainly is. They are of one mind and one Plan, to be sure. They certainly are. They existed before the earth was created. They certainly did. Long before Jesus was incarnated and born as a human baby, He was with the Father (Gen. 3:22). He certainly was. Under the Fatherís direction Jesus became the creator of the first heaven and earth (Eph. 3:9; Col. 1:16; Heb. 1:3,10; John 1:3, 14). He certainly did. The Holy Spirit was there doing a job on the very first day of the creation as described by God for all mankind through Moses in Genesis 1:2. He certainly was. Etcetera, etcetera.

    Does anyone see in any aspect of all the foregoing information from the Scriptures anything that even hints that Jesus equates Himself and His authority with the authority of the Supreme Father God of the Universe?? I donít see any of that. Moslems and Jews--and not a few Christians--seem to have that concept. Itís not Biblical.

    What is Biblical is the affirmation of all the power and greatness of the Supreme God that Muslim and Jewish Creationists worship. But there is more than power and greatness and unapproachable majesty in the Christian revelation of this Supreme God. In that revelation we see that this Supreme God is a God of a kind of Love that all who are made in His image can understand. Some--apparently most--will not like and will even hate such a God because not He, but Satan, is their Father. But they will understand just the same (Phíp. 2:9-11). HE loves us with such great love that He fathered a Son who had to be sacrificed for our sins so that we who believe could have eternal life (John 3:16). HE did it that way so that He [Jesus] could show the world what HE [the Father] is really like, i.e., compassionate, just, merciful, bound by Truth in all things, and eager to share an eternal paradise on a Satan-free New Earth with multitudes from the east and the west and north and south (Luke 13:29) who have the same hearts for compassion, justice, forgiveness, mercy, and truthfulness, that He and Jesus and the Holy Spirit have. God looks on the hearts of men. He knows who has a heart for His kind of heaven. Even though an individual may be loaded down with with Mary Magdelene, and you and I, He knows the heart. If He didnít, He wouldnít be the Omniscient God, the Supreme and Sovereign God, the--in a real sense--Monothesitic God, would He?

    Those who genuinely revere a Supreme God but reject Jesus as His only begotten Son do so understandably, IF they have learned that such is the only true way to believe. These have been deprived...or deprive themselves of a deeper understanding of Godís Plan and His motivation inherent in that Plan. In the first place, those who reject Jesus as the center of the Supreme Godís Plan do so because they believe other books which stress rejection of the Book that affirms the Plan. Which "holy" Book is from God? Which are Satanic tricks to get rid of the Book that tells the Truth about Godís Plan for an evil-free eternal paradise open to "whosoever will"? Those questions will be answered in "the war the Lamb wins" (the Fall of Babylon) "one hour" after a Global Government is seated (Rev. 17:12-14).

    The Supreme God presented in the Christian Bible is One Who is so confident of the inviolability of His Plan that He can give it to another, His Son, to fulfill, knowing that all will be voluntarily returned to Him at the appointed time (I Cor. 15:28). That is Power that is not haughty, selfish, nor limited. That is the kind of Power that characterizes the Supreme God as a gentle, generous, truth-loving Father who--along with His beloved Son--is completing His ineffably beautiful Plan for a New Earth (Is.66:22; HERE) where He will be the "Daddy" to innumerable families with children who will abhor evil (v.24) and live joyous lives eternally. No other "God" offers such a loving Plan to all people without discrimination; none even try to do so.

    More, this Supreme God is a God of the kind of Love that all who love truth and hate lies can understand. HE loves His Child, His Son; He loves the prospect of dwelling with multitudes of His adopted Spiritual Children who will be half- brothers and sisters to His Son...and of their children (Is. 11:6,8; 65:23; Rom. 8:15; Eph. 1:5; Gal. 3:29), and on and on until they are "as the sand of the sea" in number. The Supreme God of Christianity is the ultimate loving Father figure! The god of no other religion can make that claim! Thatís the way the Father wants it (Rev. 4:11), and thatís the way itís going to be! He isnĎt going to die or go away. And His Plan isnít going to be thwarted one iota by Satanís counterfeits; nor by those books that deny His Plan through His Son, nor by the evolutionary origins mythology of modern manís false science idol which seeks to destroy His Plan by destroying the Bibleís credibility on its first page!

    Godís Plan is going through precisely as written in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. At the beginning there was a Trinity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit at the creation of the heaven and the earth and all that is in it & on it. He has made a way for everyone--without respect of persons--to share the endless, joyous prospect of His promised Heavenly Paradise on an evil-free New Earth to all that love His ways. {For the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show Himself strong in behalf of them whose heart is perfect toward Him....} (II Chr. 16:9)

    When all the Confusion involved in all the deception that upholds Satanís empire (II Cor. 4:4) is exposed (Rev. 17:14), one big factor that will help God-loving Moslems and Jews particularly to recognize Godís Plan through Jesus and gratefully and joyfully embrace that Plan will concern the Truth about the Trinity. That Truth shows them that there is a real similarity between their concept of One God and the Father God of the Bible. Both have all power and authority eternally. To deny that such a God could not have a Son to love and reward, and a plan for a multitude of children for His Pleasure (Rev. 4:11) is to deny the very kind of unlimited power they claim for their Allah or their g-d.

    This conversion will be much easier than anyone might imagine, given the seeming implacable differences that separate Moslems, Jews, and Christians today. Yet, as is well known, when Christian missionaries are given free reign to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ, hosts of people of all religions accept it eagerly. Indeed, one of the strongest testimonies to the appeal of the Gospel message is the desperate measures taken by entrenched anti-Christ religions--and the "science falsely so called establishment--around the world to curtail and prevent that message from getting out. But that will not stop Godís Plan from being dramatically and quickly fulfilled when Babylon Falls, a Global event that occurs about 2-3 months after the now-imminent One World Government is seated.

    You may judge how distant that OWG prospect is.


    There is one other Christian Doctrine that is closely related to this one about the Trinity in the sense that--once purified of the misinterpretations that choke its effectiveness--it will go far in its appeal to good-hearted and truth-loving Moslems and Jews (and even Hindus and Buddhists) when Babylon falls. At that time a doctrinally purified Biblical Christianity will have been supernaturally certified to be the only true religion and the only way to heaven. This resolution of the exclusive truth about religion will result--as plainly prophesied--in the separation of the whole worldís populations into world-controlling overt Satan worshippers...and those who get on Godís side, some only temporarily! (Rev. 17:12-14; 18:4,2; 13:4-7; 14:9-12)

    That other Christian Doctrine which must be clarified to break the fall, as it were, of hundreds of millions of honest-hearted non-Christians when Babylon Falls is entitled: "Heaven: For Christians Only? A Close Look At The Relevant Scriptures Gives Us The Bibleís Answer" It is listed on the web page under Subject Area #10 or can be accessed HERE.

(Relevant Short Audios at #3, Part III can be heard: HERE.)