Amen, and let's burn together!
Our security is this, that it matters not how poor or weak our faith maybe: if it touches the perfect One, all is well. God has asked and provided a perfect righteousness; He nowhere asks nor expects a perfect faith. So a feeble, very feeble faith, will connect us with the righteousness of the Son of God; the faith, perhaps, that can only cry, ‘Lord, I believe; help mine unbelief.’"
Hi Matt!Yesterday I responded to Mr. Pastor with this quick note:
The reason why maybe believers don’t talk enough about the Trinity ...
is because the trinity doctrine of a God existing in three persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Three in One. One in Three. ...
is simply not scriptural!
The Scriptures simply teach that
there is solely ONE GOD, the Father.
Jesus the Messiah is the ONE GOD's human Son;
and the holy spirit is now the operational presence and power of both the Father and the Son.
Besides, Jesus was not a trinitarian!
And since you're recommending books, may I recommend a book by the same title ...
Jesus Was Not a Trinitarian
Yours In Messiah
Adam,Friends, this Spirit of God who descended upon Jesus at His baptism was God the Spirit.
Thanks for dropping by. I appreciate your passion for what you think is true. [And I really do! Not everyone is willing to speak out passionately for what they believe!]
However, I think you are terribly wrong. What you are saying is heresy and dishonors the Lord Jesus Christ, God in the flesh.
The Bible does teach the Trinitarian reality of God.
Adam, I know that this teaching is mysterious and difficult to understand at first, but I believe that it is the truth and will continue to teach it and live out its implications.
My prayer for you is that you come to enjoy the grace of the Lord Jesus, the love of God the Father, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.