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Where in the Bible does it say, The Father dwells in 3 Persons? Scripture reference please?

An answer to question from a Facebook friend answered. Where in the Bible does it say, The Father dwells in 3 Persons? Scripture reference please? In the Bible God is described the following way. God is- i. One: Jam. 2:19; Gal. 3:20. ii. Invisible: Rom. 1:20; 1 Tim. 6:15,16. iii. Divine: 2 Pet. 1:4; Rom. 1:20. iv. Spirit: Jn. 4:24; 2 Cor. 3:17. v. Nature: (Gal. 4:8; 2 Pet. 1:4). vi. Love: 1 Jn. 4:8,16. Here are the real facts about the three Persons of the Godhead, as is taught in the Bible. i. God is one, divine, spirit nature not in any way an essence. (Gal. 3:20; 2 Pet. 4:1; Jn. 4:24). ii. The Persons – form of the three persons are not God thus not divine, this is testified of by the body of Jesus. Jn. 19:30; Matt. 4:1,2. iii. There are not three divine persons making up one essence of God, rather, there is one God, who is spirit, and invisible that dwells in the three persons. (Jam. 2:19; Jn. 4:24; Col. 1:15; 1 Jn. 5:7). iv. God dwells IN the persons; this is what Jesus dem
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Someone asked, Where in the Bible does it say, The Father dwells in 3 Persons? Scripture reference please? Answer. 2 cor 5:19 2 Corinthians 5:19 KJV To wit, that God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them; and hath committed unto us the word of reconciliation. Colossians 2:9 KJV For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily. God dwells in the Chracter of Christ, since the Divine Character is the explanation of the Divine Nature Jn 1:18. the two are inseparable. The Father wills the Divine Character thus the Divine Nature dwells in the Father through Divine Character He wills. John 5:30 KJV I can 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. The Holy Spirit speaks not of Himself, He reveals the Character of Christ. Thus the Divine Nature dwells in the Holy Spirit through Divine Character He reveals.


“He [Jesus] is the eternal Word born of the Father before time began, one in substance with the Father, homousios to Patri, through whom all things were made.” General Editor, Austin Flannery, Vatican Council 11, Volume 2, p. 390. i. This statement contains two major deadly errors. a. Jesus’ birth was before time began. b. Jesus is one in substance (homousios) with the Father. ii. The actual teaching, as we will see, is the following gross falsehoods. a. Jesus’ divinity was begotten before time began b. Jesus’ divinity is a divine substance like the Father has because He was begotten in His divinity before time began. c. The Spirit is the same substance of God preceding from the Father and the Son. d. Thus God is really one substance, homousios, in three parts/persons, thus three divine persons. 18. Observe what the Catholic Church teaches the Trinity really means. “The council of Chalcedon decreed for belief that the Son of God according to His divin


Many concepts as to what constitutes the Gospel of Christ exist today that are false, but can only be seen to be so if one is able to discern what could be false about them. For example. Any “gospel” that has as a part of its teaching that the Law of God—the Ten Commandments—doesn’t need to be kept, cannot be true, even though they tell you that you are saved by Grace. Because Grace does not destroy obedience to the Law; rather, since Grace is meant to save us from sin, which is “transgression of the Law” 1 John 3:4, Grace must cause us to “establish the Law” Romans 3:30,31. David who knew the Gospel of Justification by Faith according to the Scriptures (Romans 4:5-8), said that we are to be granted the law in our lives graciously. He said “Remove from me the way of lying (which breaks the ninth clause of God’s law), and grant me thy law graciously.” Psalms 119:29. This is the same as saying that when Grace saves us from sinning (Ephesians 2:8), it saves us