Summary: Just ponder the magnitude of the blessings promised in Luke 4:7. Therefore, if You will worship before me, all will be Yours.”
Think for a moment: Spiritually, and otherwise this promise is limitless.
Before you read on, answer this question:
Do you honestly and sincerely desire to surrender and dedicate your life in humble devotion and adoration to the intent of this promise.
If you answered yes, then you are in for a rude awakening:
This is the devils promise designed and intended to mislead our Savior
Now that I have your attention: You would have to agree with me, that unintentionally, you can very easily be misled into believing things that are not Biblically accurate.
A doctrine supported by an inspirational verse from the Bible does not necessarily guarantee that the doctrine is correctly interpreted - For instance:
I strongly believe that most Christians, evangelical and otherwise are unknowingly and unintentionally promoting “Poletheisim” you are most likely one of them.
if you believe that there are three separate beings and they are each God, then you actually believe in three separate Gods. (God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit)- three Gods! Calling three individuals one, or referring to each as a God (singular) does not make them one - Right, Right!
So, lets examine this and then, lets study the Biblical truth about the serious and important doctrine on the Nature of God
The study of the superhuman existence of God invokes many theories. Every opinion seems to be different and every school of thought has verses to back their opinions.
However, Most Christians believe, and it is commonly taught, throughout Christianity, that there is one God comprised out of a collection of three separate individuals.
Speaking about the God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, they teach that both Physically and Spiritually, there is a single triune deity – He is God. They are made up of three plural beings and they are one being at the same time – Hence – “ the trinity”.
They reason that, individually, in and of Himself - God is GOD, separately, Jesus is also God and so is the Holy Spirit God.
In other words, three separate beings are one singular being.
A triune of Confusion
1. Be honest, if you believe that God is physically both separate and individual at the same - You are contradicting yourself. Also,
2. If you believe in three separate beings, which are each God, then you actually believe that there are three separate Gods. (God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit)- three Gods! Right? Right!
A plurality of confusion
Let me ask you some rhetorical questions:
1. Is it your doctrine and are you teaching that all of the members of the Godhead is collectively and individually God?
2. You are teaching that they are three separate Gods aren’t you? – Just calling three separate beings “God” does not make them one, right?
3. Are you teaching that three Gods are bodily one and three at the same time?
4. Are you proclaiming that a plurality of three Gods is a single God?
5. Are you unintentionally promoting Polytheism - A doctrine of worshipping three Gods?
A Triune fallacy
If They were physically one, then, seeing that God is Spirit and Jesus is flesh, and they are conjoined, then you are actually saying that all three members of the Godhead are simultaneously, always in both Physical and Spiritual form - all the time – reason it out.
In a nutshell: Some teach that three separate Gods are conjoined into one body to make Them one individual.
This doesn’t square with what the Bible teaches!
In part two - which is a Biblical explanation on the Godhead. It will be shown that collectively and individually there is one single God – They are three and one at the same time, but definitely not in the way it is currently being taught by most. With this explanation, there will be no contradicting verses and the mystery will clearly be solved.
I will allow for some time for you to go and brush examine this teaching. Check back in from time to time, part two will be a real eye opener.
P.S. Just to be clear: Even though I do not agree with the common interpretation of the nature of God. I do believe that, collectively and individually there is one single God – Three in One.