Wa-InTrinity B/S Bible Study On—The Mysterious Doctrine of the Trinity. From Search Gods Word WedSite Open R/in =Trinity&s=BibleStudy Also See Compare R/in Trindirty -Dung-god SBT Factual Commentary SAYS THERE IS NO Mysterious Doctrines ONLY ImaginaryConcepts of invisible things that can not be verified. God had the Bible written so humans and spirit beings would know the truth about God and God purpose for humans and Spirit being. God has ever stopped Bad Angels from lying to us. Most all false doctrines are Myths
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We don't ask lost people to fully understand the Trinity. It's enough to say, “I believe Jesus is the Son of God who died for me and rose again.”
Bible Study Someone read one of my sermons and asked the following question:
Does a person have to "understand" the Trinity to be saved?
What if they believe in God the Father and Jesus as his son, but can't really grasp the whole "One God in three persons" thing?
I think the answer goes like this. You don't have to understand the Trinity in order to be saved. If that were required, then very few would be saved. If a person, having studied the issue, came to the conclusion that the Trinity could not possibly be true, they would be in the position of a Muslim who says, "God can't have a son." Such a person might admire Jesus but would never look to him for salvation.
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It is enough for a lost person to say, "I believe Jesus is the Son of God who died for me and rose again." That's the basis of true, saving faith.
For more on this topic, read The Mysterious Doctrine of the Trinity.
Imaginations of God’s Head NO SB BULL pages –Imaginary Concepts.
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