Father: HIS differences. Indeed, how is the Godhead distinct? Each have their own “work” and yet, they are all ONE.

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His differences. What are the differences between the Persons of the Godhead? Here is our Father, HIS differences and more.

There is ONE and yet, they are THREE.

A concept impossible to fathom but possible to believe by Faith and by Scripture.

It is rather difficult to “chart” the Trinity.
How God works

This article gives a simple explanation of the differences between God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.

Notice the word “Name” in the singular in this verse (and consistent with all other similar ones). Always in the singular. Matt 28: 19

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations,baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”.

This is offered as a beginning study of what we know from the Bible.

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Topic

Father

Son 

Spirit

Note

God

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X

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The “Trinity”, an expression not found in the Bible but a word coined by early Christians (Tertullian) to express the concept of the revealed Godhead of Christianity.  In essence, there are 3 Persons, yet God is One.  Each Person is Equal, Perfect, Infinite, Eternal and in a certain sense, Identical.  See it this way.  There is One God, yet there are 3 Coequal, Coeternal, Coinfinite Personalities as revealed in the New Testament.  In the Old, there was the plural “Elohim” (Gen 1:26; 3:22), or JVH, JHWH, Adonai, Jahwey, or Jehovah.  All Names of God.  (Genesis 11 and Psalm 2.

Jehovah

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(Usually, in the OT, Jehovah is generally the Son).

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God sent

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Isa 6:8

Knows the future

X

Matthew 24:36

Separates us from evil

X

1st Peter 1 verses 1 to 3

Called to obey (as a man)

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John 14:31

Visible

X

John 1:18; 6:46: 1 Ti 3:16;

Provides Salvation

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X

X

Old and New Testament

Salvation planned by

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Isa 14:26-27; John 4:34,

Salvation executed by

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John 4:34, 5:17; 1Pe 2:24, 3:18; Heb 10:7

Salvation revealed by

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John 16:8-11

God “in” us

X (1)

X (2)

X (3)

(1) Joh 14:23; Eph 4:6; 2Jo 9;

(2) Joh 14:20, 17:22-23; Rom 8:10; 2Co 13:5; Gal 2:20; Col 1:27; 1Jo 2:24;

(3) Rom 8:11; 1Co 3:16, 6:19-20; 2Co 6:16

 

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