The Personas of God

I do not care about the Trinity doctrine or if people either accept or reject it. The most important thing is understanding the roles our Father, His Son, and the Holy Spirit play.

Always Existed

Our Father Creator is both the Will and Word of God. His supernatural will is always active, but His Word, which is subject to His Desire, is only given when needed. His Desire is abstract, yet orderly, meaning His creativity is for a purpose that His Word reveals when His Desire wants. Also, this means He alone gets to dictate how He wants His Desire followed. For example, David and his men ate the priests’ showbread, which was forbidden to them by Torah. Jesus later reminded the Pharisees of this when they complained of His disciples picking heads of grain to eat on the Sabbath.

Spoken into Existence

The First-begotten of all creation is His Word—the Will delivered and demonstrated—as a teaching model for living souls. His appearances cover the entire Bible because His Father’s full presence can destroy us. Who delivered to Abraham the good news about having a son with Sarah? Who ate a fellowship meal with Moses and the elders on Mt. Sinai? The Word is subject to His Father as we are to the Word.

Notice, the Creator could have willed the current creation into existence, but decided to speak it instead. When He spoke, the Son, the Spirit of His Voice came into existence. Why? To give His Son authority over all creation by creating His Voice, one of the breaths of God (the other breath brings life). In other words, He wants to order His creation through His creation (the Word, who later became flesh, and then later those steeped in His Holy Spirit).

The tree of the knowledge of good and evil is a word without God—deciding for oneself what is good or bad and how these self-defined concepts apply towards what one considers important. If men themselves determine what is good or evil, then God’s Word becomes ineffective. In that paradigm, there is no sin or truth. Everyone, being right in their own eyes, will clash with others, therefore the fruit (results) leads to corruption and death.

The Penetrating Conduit

The Spirit He sent to set us apart is His means of injecting His Will and Word directly into our spirits. While His Spirit guides all flesh, the baptism of (or, more accurately, drenching from) the Holy Spirit allow us to witness His Desires in action and hear His Word in many different ways. This is the “one baptism” the Apostle Paul listed in Ephesians 4:5 and why it was mentioned repeatedly in the New Testament [Matthew 3:11, Luke 3:16, Mark 1:8, John 1:33, Acts 1:5, Acts 2:1-4, Acts 4:31, Acts 8:15-17, Acts 19:1-7]. Two of the gifts of the Holy Spirit are speaking in tongue and prophecy, which had happened at the same time in the Tanahk (to prophesy also meant to speak in ecstasy) [Numbers 11:16-30, 1 Samuel 10:5-6].

When His Will is upon us, the Holy Spirit becomes the Spirit of God. When He delivers His Word, He is the Spirit of Jesus (Christ). The Word through the Spirit given to men for men is the Spirit of Prophecy. The drenching links us to the Father, giving us comfort in times of trials, when we recognize His Will and Word working in unison.

The Holy Spirit does nothing outside of our Father and His Son. He gives glory to them both by performing His duties. Nowhere in Scripture does it say we are to pray to the Spirit, but we can thank YHWH and His Son for sending the Spirit’s power. This is why the Pharisees’ condemnation of that spiritual power at work angered Jesus so much. How could anyone put down a part of His Father simply doing His good Will?

Update: Someone else received the same revelation about Yeshua that I did.

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