Stemming.......John 1: 18 says that no one has ever seen God. The Trinity idea claims that God or the Word becomes flesh in John 1:14 and John 1:1, the flesh now being Jesus. Wait, people saw Jesus on earth. It doesnt collaborate.
How does God transfer himself to Jesus? Are there scriptures? I know God has holy spirit but does it state the transference scripturally?
Answer by lisarose45 at 2:56 AM on Mar. 5, 2010
But He said, "You cannot see My face, for no man can see Me and live!" exodus 33:20
because of this fact God made himself flesh so we could fully understand who he is.
No one has ever seen God. But the unique One (Jesus), who is himself God, is near to the Father's heart. He has revealed God to us. john 1:18
Jesus is God's begotten, which means created. God created Jesus, a fleshly form of himself, so he could reveal himself to us. He created us in his likeness, body, soul, mind. likewise God is the mind, Jesus is the body, and the holy spirit is the soul. three, yet one.
Answer by KristaRene at 3:29 PM on Mar. 4, 2010
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Answer by 3gigglemonsters at 4:31 PM on Mar. 4, 2010
he was praying to himself yes. you know sometimes we talk to ourselves, in our head, everyone does, it's human nature, and sometimes, like when i'm vacuuming or mowing the lawn or driving by myself, i'll do it out loud, like the rest of the world. it's how the human mind communicates with the conscience, or soul (if your religious). it's part of everyday living, our minds communicate with the rest of out being. sometimes when your really angry or emotional about something you might catch yourself talking out loud. God made us like himself and it shouldn't be hard to comprehend that Jesus was communicating with a part of himself that wasn't on earth but in heaven rather.
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Answer by lawla at 9:56 PM on Mar. 4, 2010
lisarose, the point you stated is a perfect example of how we are alike with God. out flesh often disagrees with what our conscience wants. we fight within ourselves often with what our fleshly mind tells us we want and what our soul (conscience) tells us we need or is best
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