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By Paul Dugas
"Hear, O' Israel; the Lord our God is one Lord" (Deut.6:4).

The Bible emphatically declares, not once or twice, but over fifty times that there is but ONE GOD AND and HIS NAME IS ONE.
The Bible revelation of God is not that of a person, for God is in His essence an invisible Spirit. "God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth" (John 4:24). In the plan of redemption, the invisible God took upon Himself human flesh and became visible in the body of Jesus Christ (Hebrews 1:1-3, I Tim. 1:17). He came into the world to redeem fallen man; gave His life a ransom on the cross of calvary; arose from the dead the third day and ascended up into Heaven. After this He returned back in the power of the Holy Ghost to regenerate the lives of all who would surrender to Him. The Holy Ghost was not the third person of a divine trinity but according to the scripture, "Christ in you the hope of glory." (Col.1:27)
There were not three Gods, nor three persons in the plan of Redemption, but ONE GOD filling the offices of creation, redemption, and regeneration.
Some can not comprehend the fact that Jesus Christ was both the Father and the Son. They reason: if Jesus was both God and man, how could He be on earth and yet speak from Heaven? The answer is plain. God is a Spirit whose presence fills the universe no human body could possibly contain all His presence. The scriptures tell us all of God that could be contained in human flesh dwelt in Jesus Christ (Col.2:9). The Lord Jesus Christ was the bodily manifestation of almighty God, "For in Him (Jesus) dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily." (Col.2:9) Jesus is the Father - John 14:9 Jesus in the Son - Matthew 1:21 Jesus in the Holy Ghost - John 14:18 And these three are one - I John 5:7

Prepared by Frank Buhain
for the Christian Investigator's Account (C.I.A.)
NSW Sydney, Australia December 17,1997
last modified MARCH 5,1998
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