THE TRINITY -

Friday, April 28, 2017

Welcome

Thank you for visiting our site. Just a reminder that "The Unveiling of the Trinity," which was first revealed in December 1999 just two weeks before the new millennium and the infamous Y2K, was published on Easter of 2003. Yes, it is still available; however, it has been 14 years since the book was released. A newer update will be coming out this year with more revelations concerning the Trinity than imagined. It seems as knowledge in the fields of technology and science increase, it opens even more doors to solving Biblical mysteries. However, without revelation from the Holy Spirit, all is futile anyway.  This is a mere heads up to keep a look out for "The Mystery of the Trinity--Revealed" due for release soon. You may order advanced copies at Amazon. You can still get the first book while a few are yet available--check and see. Also hope you enjoy these blogs and may God bless.
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Monday, March 6, 2017

Saint Patrick and the Analogy

As the legend goes, in order for Saint Patrick to paint a picture of the Trinity, he had to resort to analogies. It seems it was a nice day so he took the congregation outdoor for the church meeting. When it came time in his message to explain the Trinity, he was at a loss for words. Suddenly out of the corner of his eye he looked down and within the clover spotted a shamrock. He then stooped down and picked it up and proceeded to project this example of the Trinity. The three leaves represented the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost and the stem represented the one God. Patrick deserves credit for making do with what he had to work with. Still and all, It did little to give much substance to ridding the Trinity from the stigma of a  mystery. 

Later, some present day preachers provided a couple more examples intended to help us better understand the makeup of the Trinity. These examples were a major factor that stimulated the book publication of "The Unveiling of the Trinity." In our first example, the preacher's explanation went like this: "The Trinity can be compared to an egg, whereas the shell represents God the Father, the yoke represents God the Son and the white represents God the Holy Ghost.

Some time later another preacher donated this description. He was using a different version of analogy by comparing the Trinity to the three stages of water. In this illustration, the liquid represented God the Father, the ice God the Son and the steam represented God the Holy Spirit.

Perhaps you have heard these comparisons yourself at some point. They represent only two of the many examples in existence today attempting to explain the Trinity. Where did these ideas come from? Could analogies be the only way to explain the Trinity? These ideas seem incredibly reasonable, especially to those resigned to the myth that the Trinity shall always remain a mystery.

Today however, we have the full explanation with facts based upon Scripture passages scholars and theologians overlooked throughout the years.
(Taken from "The Unveiling of the Trinity" - The Mystery of the Trinity Revealed - 2003)

Friday, June 10, 2016

Why A Non-believer Cannot Understand The Trinity

Many times a non-believer will attempt to dispute the Trinity. However, because the Bible is a spiritual book, its contents can be hard to understand when encountered with the secular mind. The earthly mind is not in tune with spiritual expressions, particularly those concerning doctrinal truths such as the Trinity. This leads to misunderstandings, which causes confusion, and confusion usually leads to unbelief. Since the Bible is written for the spiritually minded, only through the Spirit of God can one realize the Word of God. Since the Spirit of God cannot penetrate the spirit of the secular man because his sin has never been atoned for (see "The Unveiling of the Trinity"), the Holy Spirit cannot reveal the Scriptures to him, especially those concerning doctrinal truths. For a better understanding of this principle, consider the following Scripture.
  • But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned - (1 Corinthians 1:14)
The Trinity however, underscores how a man receives the Spirit of God. Thus, by receiving the Spirit of God in ones heart, he or she is capable of understanding the Word of God.

If a non-believer is debating or disputing the Trinity or anything else biblical, he is doing it out of frustration and not of wisdom and knowledge. The simple way to understand the Bible is by making Jesus Christ the Lord of your life. Thereby, the Trinity kicks into motion allowing you to receive the Spirit of God within your heart. The following is a picture of salvation in action through the concept of the Trinity:
  • The individual calls upon the name of Jesus for salvation - (Acts 4:12)
  • The Father draws him or her to Jesus (the only way to salvation) - (John 6:44)
  • The Father sends the Comforter (the Holy Spirit) in Jesus' name into the heart  of the individual - (John 14:26)
  • The Comforter teaches the individual all things (the Bible comes alive) - (John 14:26)
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The Unveiling of the Trinity

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Made In God's Own Likeness

Jesus told the woman at the well that God is a Spirit. Now most everyone already knows that, but it was important for Jesus to tell us so. Therefore, if God made man in His own image, how come man is not spirit or how come God is not human? Well man is or rather he has a spirit as is testified to in both the OT and the NT. Several Scripture passages even tell us God has a soul. So, in that respect we are made in the image and likeness of God, but what about the body - the fleshly state of man? This is where the infinite wisdom of God came into play. You see, God  meticulously thought out and designed every small detail of His enormous plan for mankind.

Let's examine this even a bit further. Why did God even create man? Was He lonely? He had the angels! Did He want more to Lord over? No, that couldn't be because He promised to give us everything we could ask for, and even sent a part of Himself down to earth to die for us. So, the question is even more persistent, why did God make a being like man?

God wanted someone like Himself to fellowship with, someone in His same image and likeness. That meant that man had to have the same characteristics of God. The Bible tells us God is love, but just and pure and a host of other things. However, there was a problem in making a being like man. Since the biggest characteristic of God is love, the man had to be capable of loving God back.

So what happens if that man did not love God back? Can you imagine living in a house full of people who hated you? Every morning when you woke up they would be glaring hate at you, standing in the hallway with hatred all over their faces, and you had to live with them for eternity? Woe! Well that is the situation God faced in making a being like Himself. And on the other hand, if He made men to only love Him and not hate Him, they would be like robots and only loving God because that is the way He made them.

So what was the answer? One of the most important things God had to do when He create a being like Himself was provide the man with a free-will. That was imperative so the human being could choose to either love God or not to love Him. That way the choice belonged solely to the man and not to God. Howbeit, God still looks to "love" as that one characteristic and condition for man to live with Him for eternity - even to this day. So to reiterate - love is still the number one requisite God's requires of man - "Love God above all things and love your neighbor as yourself." In Romans chapter eight is a verse that says, "All things work together for good to those who love God, those who are called according to His purpose." Jesus expressed the first Commandment as: "Thou shalt love the Lord they God with all thy heart, soul, mind and strength."

So to work out His plan for man, God made opportunity for man to be tempted and enticed into sin through man's own lust. Notice, God did not tempt the man - the man had a free-will - but God did allow a situation of opportunity for the man to exercise his free-will. Thus, Satan came on the scene and deceived the man and woman into sinning in the "Garden of Eden". By disobeying God's directive not to eat of the forbidden tree in the Garden, sin entered their heart and separated them from right standing before God. But in God's infinite wisdom, His plan was the only way that would or could work to find out if the man really loved God. Adam was a perfect being before he sinned. However, after sinning, he became an imperfect being. That meant every offspring would also be imperfect with an inherited sin nature and death the end result of sin. Without any perfect beings remaining on earth meant there was a need for a perfect being to redeem fallen man back to right standing with God.

Well it happened that there were no perfect beings around after Adam sinned. Angels are not perfect, because Satan used to be one of the hierarchy's of the angels before he sinned against God. Beast are not made in the image of God and neither beast or angels are human. So there were no perfect beings left anywhere - except God Himself. But God (as a Spirit) devised a way to come down to this earth (as a Perfect Human Being) to redeem fallen man. And God (in His Spirit and Soul) and in all His wisdom and in all His logic, made Himself in the image of man (in a Body of Flesh and Blood), the very image of the man, which He had created. Thus, God's meticulously thought out and perfectly designed plan of every small detail regarding His enormous blueprint for humanity became extremely evident.

Now notice - we as individuals never loved God first - in a passage in Romans it says that "while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." God first loved us by taking a particular part of Himself and made it into a Man - a Man with a destiny to die in our place, and to redeem us from deception of Satan and sin. Now every man has a another choice available for him to make. We can choose to accept or we can reject God's love or continue to serve Satan and sin. The Apostle Peter stated in his epistle that, "God desires no one to perish, but that all should come to repentance and make Jesus their Lord." May you choose wisely as you make your pilgrimage through life, Amen.



Monday, April 25, 2016

God Has Revealed Everything

If the Word of God is true, then God has already revealed everything to us. Isaiah 48:16 tells us that God has never kept secrets from us from the beginning. Jesus told us in Luke 12:2 that everything covered and hidden from us must be made known and revealed.

All this makes sense if you consider the Bible has everything written out in plain sight for us to view. So then, why is the Trinity called a mystery? The simple answer is that God only reveals things to us in His timing and not our timing. Yet, God is true to His Word and has revealed this vital Christian doctrine to us in these last days.

Well what about prophecy? We only realize prophecy when or after it happens. We see it in the Scriptures, but we can only surmise when it will come about.

Each of us are at different intervals in learning the things of God. Whatever level we are at is where God reveals what we need to know. God is revealing much to us in this day. We need to be aware of what is of God and what is of the evil one. Yes, Satan is alive and well as Hal Lindsey wrote about in his book. The evil one has his finger in on everything seeking whom he can devour, and is doing a good job in his deceptions. Therefore you must have the Word of God written and kept in your heart to discern what is from the Creator God and what is of the god of this world.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Saint Patrick's shamrock - Christianity's shame

Even Nick the Greek claims to be Irish on March 17th. This unique day dedicated to St. Patrick is filled with much tradition and folklore. Yet, perhaps the greatest of all the legends is that of the shamrock. As the story goes, St. Patrick preaching outdoors, attempted to convey the concept of the Trinity to his congregation. At a loss for words, Patrick looked down seemingly searching for answers, when he noticed a shamrock. He reached down and picked up the shamrock and asked his hearers if it was one leaf or three. They replied, "It is both one and three." Patrick then concluded, "So it is with God."

St. Patrick's use of the shamrock soon caught on and paved the way for other analogies to explain the Trinity, including the three stages of water and the three parts of an egg. Still, there had never been a crystal-clear answer to Christianity's vital doctrine until these last days.

Over the years, the Trinity has caused confusion and division within Christianity. Other world religions rejected its teaching and denied its validity. Without compelling facts to back up the doctrine, many seized this as an opportunity to write books and documentaries that ridiculed Jesus and the accuracy of the Trinity. Is it any wonder that the need for a shamrock to explain the Trinity is really to Christianity's shame? The truth is, the Trinity was never a mystery. The Bible always contained the answers openly and in plain view.

At the onset of the 21st century, much has changed regarding this puzzling doctrine. If the Christian book entitled, "The Unveiling of the Trinity" existed in the 5th Century, the shamrock would not have been the symbol of St. Patrick's Day in the 21st Century. This is the book that reveals the Trinity and removes its so-called mystery.

With voices on the increase professing to provide the only path to God, "The Unveiling of the Trinity" is a life-awakening inoculation from heaven. The book goes beyond the usual defining and explaining the Trinity, but documents the revelation as God revealed it at the close of the 20th Century. The book assures that the Trinity shall never be called a mystery again.

St. Patrick did not have a choice, but did his best with what was available in his day. In today's super information age, Christian leaders and believers do have a choice. They can continue with feeble attempts to explain the Trinity using shamrocks, eggs and water, or reserve a copy of this book from their local library to apprehend complete understanding of the Trinity. Perhaps when leaders of other world religions see the factual and verifiable answers to the Trinity, they will contemplate seeking after more answers to Christianity.

"The Unveiling of the Trinity"

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Revelations in these Last Days

The Old Testament prophets revealed many things concerning the end times. Today it is through the Holy Spirit and the Word we receive revelation of things to come. - (John 14:26 -- 1 Corinthians 2:10-14).

For example, the Book of Daniel has an interesting prophecy about the end-times. In Chapter 12, an angel told Daniel to shut up the words and seal the book, even to the time of the end when many shall run to and fro and knowledge shall be increased. Most Bible scholars took the meaning of knowledge for the things of the world such as technology, medical, inventions etc. However, we are finding that God is also pouring out knowledge in abundance over His Word. Such is the case with the things hidden from us that were referred to as mysteries. A book by Jonathan Cahn called "The Mystery of the Shemitah" is a prime example of new revelations unfolding for us in these last days just as predicted in Daniel.

These things were always in the Bible, but they were covered or hidden from our knowledge, and therefore they must be made known and revealed to us just as promised. The Mystery of the Trinity is another prime example of a doctrinal concept once hidden from us. Today that mystery is also been revealed and available in a book entitled, "The Unveiling of the Trinity."

The best way to find those hidden gems from God's Word is to study and seek for them on your own. However, you can always take a shortcut and get copies of the books that have done all the research for you. In any case -- happy seeking and may God bless.