God is composed of three personages: the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And yet, as popular as this particular belief is, in the minds of most, it is a vague concept shrouded in a cloud of mystery. As it says in A Handbook of Christian Truth, “The mind of man cannot fully understand the mystery of the trinity. He who would try to understand the mystery fully will lose his mind. But he who would deny the trinity will lose his soul.”

If you try to understand it, you’ll go crazy. And yet, if you reject it, you will supposedly lose your salvation! Notice this candid remark from The New Catholic Encyclopedia: “It is difficult … to offer a clear, objective, and straightforward account of the revelation, doctrinal evolution, and the theological elaboration of the mystery of the trinity.”

The reason there is no straightforward explanation is because it’s not biblical. The word TRINITY is nowhere mentioned in God’s Word. And the few Bible passages that appear to support some kind of three-in-one concept have either been translated incorrectly or grossly misunderstood.

Jesus Christ and the Father
1 John 5:7-8 is one of the first passages that proponents of the trinity doctrine will turn to: “For there are three that bear record [in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one. And there are three that bear witness in earth], the spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree in one.” The bracketed words in the verses quoted, however, were added by editors of the Latin Vulgate translation of the Bible, some time during the early fourth century.

The words do not appear in any of the older Greek manuscripts of the New Testament. Without the spurious addition, the passage actually reads, “There are three witnesses, the Spirit, the water, and the blood; and these three agree” not exactly the definition of a three in one godhead.

Now why would fourth-century editors feel compelled to insert these uninspired words into the Bible text? It’s because they were unable to prove their false theories using the inspired text of the Bible! The Bible’s description of God the Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit completely refutes the idea of a trinity.

For example, according to Matthew 1:18-20, Christ was not begotten by a human father, but by the Holy Spirit. This, however, does not mean the Holy Spirit was or is a distinct being. Otherwise, Christ would have prayed to the Spirit, instead of to the Father. Jesus called God His Father not the Holy Spirit. Yet He was conceived of the Holy Spirit. Luke 1:35 explains: “And the angel answered and said unto Mary, The Holy Spirit shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God”

Here we find a simple and straightforward definition of the Holy Spirit. It is the 'Power of the Highest' God the Father! Verse 37 continues, “For with God nothing shall be impossible.” Indeed! That’s because of the tremendous POWER at His disposal—the power of the Holy Spirit.

Jesus Christ was begotten of the Father through the power of the Holy Spirit. That is the PLAIN truth of your Bible.

Why Is the Holy Spirit Referred to as 'He'?
In John 14:15-16, Jesus said, “If ye love me, keep my commandments. And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever.” The Comforter is the Holy Spirit,and Christ said that God would send it in His name,the name of Jesus Christ (verse 26).

The pronouns 'he' and 'him' used here and in John 16:7, 13 are what some will refer to as another 'proof' that the Holy Spirit is a third person in the godhead.

But in the Greek language, just like in many other languages, every noun, including inanimate objects, has a genders either masculine, feminine or neuter.

The Greek word translated 'Comforter' in these passages has a masculine gender, which is one reason why translators used the pronoun “he”, assuming they did this for grammatical reasons rather than theological ones. Whatever the reason, the best English translation would have been 'it'

But notice one other verse in this same biblical passage. It’s in John 15:26: “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 shall testify of me. Here again, this time in John’s Gospel, it says the Holy Spirit comes from the Father,it proceeds from God.

Baptized in the Name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit is
One other passage commonly cited to prove the trinity is Matthew 28:19, which says, “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.” But to say that this verse means there are three God beings in one is not being honest with God’s Word. Without question, the Father and Son are identified as two separate beings throughout the Scriptures. The same cannot be said about the Holy Spirit.

Far from proving that God is a trinity, when this verse in Matthew 28 is examined within the context of Christ’s true gospel message, it actually proves that God is a GROWING Family! The word 'name' implies the totality of everything God embodies,including His character and composition.

Acts 2:38 says that after baptism, we receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. God is the one who gives this gift (read Luke 11:13). So why must one be baptized into these three names, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit? What exactly did Christ mean by that in Matthew 28?

Well, as we saw with the example of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit,as the power that emanates from God,is the begetting agent that brings us into the God Family. “For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God” (Romans 8:14). Ephesians 1:14 calls the Holy Spirit “the earnest of our inheritance.” It is a small token or pledge of what comes later,spiritual birth into God’s Family!

If the Holy Spirit of God dwells in someone, and he is being led by God’s Spirit, then, "For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.(Romans 8:14)." Again,he is a begotten son of God! But, at the time of Christ’s return to Earth in supreme power and glory to set up the Kingdom of God, restoring the government of God abolished by Lucifer, then all being filled and led by God’s Spirit shall become born sons of God. The God Family will then rule all nations with the government of God restored!

The false trinity doctrine limits God to a supposed three Persons. It destroys the very gospel of Jesus Christ! His gospel is the good news of the now soon-coming Kingdom of God—the only hope of this world and its mixed up mankind!

By twisting and perverting God’s truth, Satan actually uses the trinity doctrine to slam the door shut on the truth about the ever expanding God Family. In actual fact, it is by the power of the Highest that God opens up His Family plan to all of mankind!

That awesome purpose and plan for man is revealed and thoroughly explained, from BEGINNING TO END, in the book almost no one knows the Holy Bible!

But people should know also that the doctrine of Trinity was derived from the pagan religion of Nimrod. It consists if the Father(Nimrod), the Son(Tamuz) and the Mother(Semiramis).

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Full of Rubbish which was provided by Hebert W Armstrong of which Ulaya calls him God Armstrong.

Let us look at some scripts of Herbert W Armstrong.

Herbert W. Armstrong's Religious Roots

During the Ministerial Conference in May 1974, Herbert W. Armstrong (HWA) applied Paul's statement from Galatians 1:11-12 to himself: "The gospel which was preached of me is not after man. For I neither received it of man, neither was I taught it, but by the revelation of Jesus Christ." Then Herbert added: "I say the same thing, brethren!" Not wanting to be outdone by Paul, Herbert claimed that he too learned "by the revelation of Jesus Christ." He went on to say, "I was not converted as the result of the teaching or preaching of any man."

In a sermon on July 24, 1976, he declared, "I came to the truth in a way I know of no other church leader. I know of no other minister who ever came to it by himself through the leading of God in that way."

The Origin of Herbert's Unique Doctrines

The truth is, however, that many of the teachings of the Worldwide Church of God were plagiarized from other religious leaders and were not "revealed" personally to Herbert by God, as he claims. Consider for a moment that a Seventh Day Adventist publication, Prophecy Speaks, was reprinted almost verbatim with many of its gross inaccuracies in Herbert Armstrong's Proof of the Biblebooklet. (Read the article "Herbert Armstrong 'Disproves' the Bible" for further information.1 )

Much of the material in HWA's book, The United States and British Commonwealth in Prophecy(copyright 1967), was extracted nearly verbatim from John H. Allen's book Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright (written in 1902). Rather than give Allen the credit he deserved, HWA claimed God had revealed to him the "master key" that unlocks t.... He stated that this special key was "the identity of the United States and the British nations" (The United States and British Commonwealth in Prophecy, 1967, p. 8). However, the British-Israelism theory, which taught essentially the same thing as HWA wrote in his book, had been in existence at least 50 years before Herbert ever came on the scene.

On at least two occasions different Ambassador College employees have discovered boxes in Herbert's basement containing magazines entitled The Remnant of Israel, as well as a great deal of other related religious material. All this material was published by G. G. Rupert (1847-1922) of Britton, Oklahoma. When we compare Rupert's beliefs with Herbert's, we find them to be identical in many respects. (This subject was researched for the WCG in a paper written by Richard C. Nickels in 1972.) Some of the teachings that Rupert and Herbert Armstrong both advocate are: tithing, observing the sabbath and the holy days of Leviticus 23, keeping the Ten Commandments, observing the Passover on Nisan 14, church eras, a form of British-Israelism, the correct name of God's church is "Church of God," man doesn't have an immortal soul, Christians shouldn't observe Christmas and Easter, the holy days foreshadow God's plan, anointing and laying hands on the sick, sending anointed cloths to the sick, avoiding any military service, not voting, not electing church officers or ministers, there is only one true church, not eating unclean meats, the end is near, and singing psalms rather than the traditional Protestant hymns. (See The Remnant of Israel by G. G. Rupert, April 1919, June 1919, Sept. 1921; also see Is There a True Church Organization by G. G. Rupert, written in 1919.)

The significance of this discovery is that it shows Herbert's main beliefs were not uniquely revealed to him by God but were simply taken from other ministers and publications and pawned off as his own unique, divinely revealed teachings.

All Armstrong was doing was plagiarizing and lied that he received revelation from God.

This is a script from a former followers of Herbert W Armstrong (HWA).....by Van Robison. Please do read carefully so that you are not deceived.

Herbert W. Armstrong still has many followers, including splinter or offshoot groups who believe they are the "true church of God" on earth. From what I have read there are literally hundreds of splinter groups of the Worldwide Church of God, and since it was a church organization that spread out over the world into many countries, there have been many splinter groups formed. Some of the splinter groups have the following names: 

  • Philadelphia Church of God
  • Living Church of God
  • Restored Church of God
  • Intercontinental Church of God
  • United Church of God
  • Church of God's Faithful
  • Independent Church of God
  • Church of God, An International Community
  • Christian Biblical Church of God
  • Many other groups

How many of these church organizations still exist, I have no idea, nor do I know what they teach aside from glancing at a few websites to learn that at least some of these groups are still Saturday Sabbath keepers, Old Testament "Holyday" keepers, and keepers of such doctrines as 1st, 2nd, and 3rd tithes. Some still have an authoritarian format they adhere to, and all in the name of Jesus Christ as the "true church". 

Being spiritually seduced by false teachers is a tragedy of life. Some human beings love to play the role of being God on earth and unfortunately often deceive many into following their deceptions. The Worldwide Church of God under the leadership of its original founder Herbert W. Armstrong, impacted the lives of well over a 100,000 church members worldwide. (I have read that at its peak, the membership was 145,000.) Many of those lives were spent in sorrow and tragedy, especially because of such teachings as "divorce and remarriage", and financially raping people through 1st, 2nd, and 3rd tithes, as well as pressure to endlessly donate over and above the three tithes. The doctrine about divorce and remarriage of the original Worldwide Church of God, was that if you had been previously married and wanted to become a church member, you had to divorce your current mate, no matter how many years your second marriage was, or how many children you may have had with your second (or third, etc.) mate. Tragically, the lives of many families were shattered by this doctrine, and the fear of losing salvation caused many of these families to develop serious mental and emotional problems. Ironically, when the first wife of the founder, Herbert W. Armstrong passed away, Herbert W. Armstrong conveniently broke his own rule, and married a divorced woman who had a son by her first marriage. No doubt he found an "excuse" for this conduct and as it turned out, he wound up divorced from this woman who was nearly half his age. 

It goes without saying that the original Worldwide Church of God has impacted the lives of countless human beings around the world in many countries. The same can be said for many other church organizations. The common denominator for all these groups is that the "head" of all such groups is NOT Jesus Christ, but human beings who usurp the place of Jesus Christ in the lives of the people. The name of God, or the name of Jesus Christ, or the name of Jehovah, or other names that people associate with God, are always used as the source and "legitimacy" of these cults. 

The great common error that millions of human beings make in life, is in following self-appointed "spiritual" leaders, who proclaim "authority" from heaven. It often results in such great disillusionment, that many turn from God altogether and become bitter atheists, while some even commit suicide, and many others go to their grave never knowing the freedom from spiritual bondage, that Jesus Christ proclaimed (Luke 4:18). It is a mystery of life as to why so many human beings are seduced by deception and yield their lives to magnetic personalities that rob them of the real truth in Jesus Christ.

It is time to expose the devil whom Ulaya is align with and calling him God Armstrong.

This is a false doctrine from a false Christian. He doesn't believe in the trinity yet he's posting articles about the trinity.

What is false doctrine?

Doctrine is “a set of ideas or beliefs that are taught or believed to be true.” Biblical doctrine refers to teachings that align with the revealed Word of God, the Bible. False doctrine is any idea that adds to, takes away from, contradicts, or nullifies the doctrine given in God’s Word. For example, any teaching about Jesus that denies His virgin birth is a false doctrine, because it contradicts the clear teaching of Scripture (Matthew 1:18).

As early as the first century AD, false doctrine was already infiltrating the church, and many of the letters in the New Testament were written to address those errors (Galatians 1:6–9; Colossians 2:20–23; Titus 1:10–11). Paul exhorted his protégé Timothy to guard against those who were peddling heresies and confusing the flock: “If anyone advocates a different doctrine and does not agree with sound words, those of our Lord Jesus Christ, and with the doctrine conforming to godliness, he is conceited and understands nothing” (1 Timothy 6:3–4).

As followers of Christ, we have no excuse for remaining ignorant of theology because we have the “whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27) available to us—the Bible is complete. As we “study to show ourselves approved unto God” (2 Timothy 2:15), we are less likely to be taken in by smooth talkers and false prophets. When we know God’s Word, “we are no longer to be children, tossed here and there by waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, by craftiness in deceitful scheming” (Ephesians 4:14).

It is important to point out the difference between false doctrine and denominational disagreements. Different congregational groups see secondary issues in Scripture differently. These differences are not always due to false doctrine on anyone’s part. Church policies, governmental decisions, style of worship, etc., are all open for discussion, since they are not directly addressed in Scripture. Even those issues that are addressed in Scripture are often debated by equally sincere disciples of Christ. Differences in interpretation or practice do not necessarily qualify as false doctrine, nor should they divide the Body of Christ (1 Corinthians 1:10).

False doctrine is that which opposes some fundamental truth or that which is necessary for salvation. The following are some examples of false doctrine:

• The erasing of hell. The Bible describes hell as a real place of eternal torment, the destination for every unregenerate soul (Revelation 20:15; 2 Thessalonians 1:8). A denial of hell directly contradicts Jesus’ own words (Matthew 10:28; 25:46) and is therefore a false doctrine.

• The idea that there are “many paths to God.” This philosophy has become popular recently under the guise of tolerance. This false doctrine claims that, since God is love, He will accept any religious effort as long as the practitioner is sincere. Such relativism flies in the face of the entire Bible and effectively eliminates any need for the Son of God to take on flesh and be crucified for us (Jeremiah 12:17; John 3:15–18). It also contradicts Jesus’ direct words that He is the only way to God (John 14:6).

• Any teaching that redefines the person of Jesus Christ. Doctrine that denies the deity of Christ, the virgin birth, His sinless nature, His actual death, or His physical resurrection is false doctrine. A group’s errant Christology readily identifies it as a sect or cult that may claim to be Christian but is actually teaching false doctrine. Even many mainline denominations have begun the rapid slide into apostasy by declaring that they no longer hold to a literal interpretation of Scripture or the deity of Christ. First John 4:1–3 makes it clear that a denial of biblical Christology is “anti-Christ.” Jesus described false teachers within the church as “wolves in sheep’s clothing” (Matthew 7:15).

• Teaching that adds human religious works to Christ’s finished work on the cross as necessary ingredients for salvation. This teaching may pay lip service to salvation by faith alone but insists that a religious ritual (such as water baptism) is salvific. Some groups even legislate hairstyles, clothing options, and food consumption.Romans 11:6 warns against attempts to mix grace with works. Ephesians 2:8–9 says we are saved by the grace of God, through faith, and nothing we do can add to or take away from it. Galatians 1:6–9 pronounces a curse on anyone who changes the good news of salvation by grace.

• The teaching that presents grace as a license to sin. Sometimes called “easy-believism,” this false doctrine implies that all one must do for right standing with God is to believe the facts about Jesus, pray a prayer at some point, and then resume control of one’s life with the assurance of heaven at the end. Paul dealt with this thinking in Romans 6. In Matthew 7:21–23, Jesus warned those who adopt this doctrine that they did not know Him at all. Second Corinthians 5:17 states that those who are “in Christ” become “new creatures.” That transformation, in response to a believer’s faith in Christ, changes the outward behaviors.

To know and love Christ is to obey Him (Luke 6:46).

Satan has been confusing and perverting the Word of God since the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:1–4; Matthew 4:6). False teachers, the servants of Satan, try to appear as “servants of righteousness” (2 Corinthians 11:15), but they will be known by their fruits (Matthew 7:16). A charlatan promoting false doctrine will show signs of pride, greed, and rebellion (see Jude 1:11) and will often promote or engage in sexual immorality (2 Peter 2:14; Revelation 2:20).

We are wise to recognize how vulnerable we are to heresy and make it our habit to do as the Bereans did in Acts 17:11: “they . . . examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.” When we make it our goal to follow the lead of the first church, we will go far in avoiding the pitfalls of false doctrine. Acts 2:42says, “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” Such devotion will protect us and ensure that we are on the path Jesus set for us.

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HahHaa...rubbish? So the truth of the Bible Vivita is rubbish? You are calling something that is biblical as rubbish. And trinity a word that is not even in the Bible as TRUTH? MAY GOD FORGIVE YOU. The amount of proof in the Bible refutes the trinity doctrine!

The farthest the Bible can go back into the millions of years to the beginning of the universe is found in John 1:1. "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."
It speaks of TWO godheads only. NOT THREE! The Holy Spirit is the power of God.

hahahahah..LOL

You have a lot to learn.

The word "Trinity" is not an English word.

You are not a Christian or a Jew but a member of a cult group that hails Armstrong as God.

There is only one GOD....PERIOD.

When did you have 2 Gods. Is it ..one for the false Jesus and the other one for Armstrong?

Time will tell or it will be too late for you Ulaya.

Watch the space.

May God have mercy on you.

Quote"""You have a lot to learn."""unquote.
So according to your above words Vivita,you know everything?I wonder if you are aware of the following.

A BRIEF HISTORY.
The doctrine of the Trinity was formally developed in the early church in reaction to errant teaching on the nature of God as found in Arianism. Arianism attempted to protect monotheism (the belief in one God) by denying the full deity of Jesus, a belief most Christians held at this time. Arianism taught that Jesus was divine, but that he was a lesser deity than the Father. To affirm the Church's stance on the nature of God, the Trinity was formally stated in the Nicene Creed(325 A.D.) and the later Athanasian Creed. As a result of these early ecumenical creeds, any departure from the Christian doctrineof the Trinity was considered heresy. These creeds affirm the early Christian conviction that Jesus was God. Arianism caused the church to dogmatically affirm what was already believed and inherent to the earliest of Christian theology.

The term "Trinity", is not found in the Bible. Theophilus of Antioch around 180 A.D. first used the Greek term trias(a set of three) in reference to God, his Word, and his Wisdom. However, Tertullianin 215 A.D. was the first one to state this doctrine using the Latin term, Trinitas(Trinity), referring to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
(W. Fulton in the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics).

Ulaya!

Hahahahah.... suffering from dementia? LOL.

I have to repeat this again;

The word "Trinity" is not an English word.

I will unpack your rubbish shortly to prove to you that it contradicts Christian Bibles. 

You are not a Christian and not a Jew.

God have mercy on you.

 

Hahah...Vivita sa vaka me velavela mai na bula....hahahahhaa...we just found out where Satan was hiding!
Pagan doctrines including trinity.
Sa dro gona na tevoro sa qai vo tu ga o Vivita!

hahahah! Lol

God Armstrong right hand man "Ulaya the man"......currently his change agent on earth.

It is a matter of time, you will conduct yourself as your God Armstrong did......you are currently showing all symptoms of his DNA.

You are not a Christian and not a Jew. You worship God Armstrong and a false Jesus.

May I quote what the devil, Ulaya has put;

Why Is the Holy Spirit Referred to as 'He'?
In John 14:15-16, Jesus said, “If ye love me, keep my commandments. And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever.” The Comforter is the Holy Spirit,and Christ said that God would send it in His name,the name of Jesus Christ (verse 26).

Unquote.

Ulaya prefers King James Bible......so here it follows;

John 14:16

And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever.

John 14:26.

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.

Those were the words of Jesus Christ the son of God.

Can anyone see the difference between the spoken words of Jesus and the devil Ulaya? Ulaya used the word "it" as a reference to the Holy Ghost. Whereas Jesus used the word "he" as the reference to the Holy Ghost. 

Jesus said, the Holy Ghost will teach us thus that validates that the Holy Spirit speaks to us as Christians.

Ulaya has a lot,lot,lot to learn...this is because he is not a Christian and not a Jew which enhances his lack of knowledge.

May God have mercy on Ulaya.

Vivita I again will just quote from my above post"""Why Is the Holy Spirit Referred to as 'He'?
In John 14:15-16, Jesus said, “If ye love me, keep my commandments. And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever.” The Comforter is the Holy Spirit,and Christ said that God would send it in His name,the name of Jesus Christ (verse 26).

The pronouns 'he' and 'him' used here and in John 16:7, 13 are what some will refer to as another 'proof' that the Holy Spirit is a third person in the godhead.

But in the Greek language, just like in many other languages, every noun, including inanimate objects, has a genders either masculine, feminine or neuter.

The Greek word translated 'Comforter' in these passages has a masculine gender, which is one reason why translators used the pronoun “he”, assuming they did this for grammatical reasons rather than theological ones. Whatever the reason, the best English translation would have been 'it'

But notice one other verse in this same biblical passage. It’s in John 15:26: “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 shall testify of me. Here again, this time in John’s Gospel, it says the Holy Spirit comes from the Father,it proceeds from God."""unquote

hahahah..... just full of rubbish and just plagiarizing like your God Armstrong did.

All your years in school, did your teacher speak? or Did your teacher just stand like a statue in front of the class?

Now, you want to go against the King James Bible and Jesus Christ whom He said;

John 14:26.

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.

So simple English to understand the scripture verse in its context.

You are not a Jew and not a Christian ...so you do not understand our bible.

May God have mercy on you.

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