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There is no reference to any "third person of the Godhead" in the salutations of the epistles of the Apostle Paul, but he does tell the church "hello" from God our Father, and His Son Jesus Christ. We understand that God is One, from Deut. 6:4, and Jesus Christ's own words cause the Shema to preceed the first and greatest commandment, linking the sriptural belief in the Godhead as ONE, to the first and greatest commandment. Thus the shema actually heads the commandments of God, in both Old Testament and New Testaments. (Deut. 6:4, Mark 12:29)

A salutation from the supposed third person of the Godhead is conspicuously absent, in the New Testament epistles. Paul speaks some in these salutations of God's calling to His people, but speaks regarding this of "God the Father, and Christ Jesus or Jesus Christ." (1 Cor. 1:3, Eph. 1:2, Phil. 1:2, Gal. 1:1, Col. 1:2,II Thess. 1:2, I Tim. I:I,)

Messiah's own statements concerning the oneness of the Godhead, reiterate the monotheistic belief of both Old and New Testaments of the bible. He said: I and My Father are One. Jesus Christ Himself is called "revealer," in Matt. 11:27. Messiah says of the Comfortor: "I will not leave you comfortless, but "I" will come to you. We see Him do exactly this, as He appears to Saul of Tarsus on the Damascus Road, and to the dsiciple Ananias, and to the apostolic team as they assay to go to Bithynia.

Messiah said: "All things are delivered to me of my Father: and no man knows the Son but the Father; neither knoweth any man the Father, save the Son, and he to whom the Son will reveal Him."

In John 14, we have some scriptures which speak of the identity of the Comfortor, which many term as the "third person" of the Godhead." Yeshua equates the Comforter with the Spirit of Truth, and also says: I am the Truth, the Life the Way, no man comes to the Father but through Me. So Yeshua/Jesus claims to be the one who will not leave us comfortless, but He himself will "come to us." (John 14:18) Jesus appears in answer to Saul of Tarsus prayer, saying: I Am Jesus and imparting directions and instructions, to be obeyed if Saul is to prosper.

"He, (the Spirit of Truth" dwells with you, but shall be in you. (John 14:17) Jesus, who lived as the God-man on earth, fully human, yet fully divine, said: "The Father is greater than I," in John 14:28. But this speaks of Him in His humanity, as the sin-bearer, the Lamb of God.

Scripture defines this way in which Jesus Christ's Father was greater...It was "for the sufferings of death," that He was made a little lower than the angels. (Hebrews 2:7-9) In Rev. 1:8, He refers to Himself as "The Almighty." In what was does the term ALMIGHTY denote that there is anyone greater? It doesn't of course! Yet for centuries, the ignorant or unlearned ahve wrestled these statments, to their own destruction.

(See: The Great Harlot Enthroned)

In the messages to the 7 Churches of Asia, we are exhorted to hear what the Spirit says to the Churches. (Rev 2-3) Yet the speaker identifies Himself by titles of Messiah, such as: "He that hath the 7 Spirits of God." (Rwev. 5:6)

Jesus said: "He that has seen Me has seen the father. (Matt. 11:27, John 10:30) God is still the Holy One of Israel... Those who would "divide Christ," are rebuked, when Paul the Apostle poses the very question "Is Christ divided?" The answer is an emphatic "No!" Messiah is not third person of the Godhead, simply because "God prepared Himself a body." (Psalm 40:6, Heb. 10:5) God is one!

The Prophet Isaiah uses the term "Holy One" for God Himself, no less than 30 times. "The Holy One," is an Old Testament title of God, seen in Habakkuk 3:3.

"God came from Teman, and the from Mount Paran." SELAH!
We also see this in Hosea 11:9. For I am God and not man, the Holy One in the midst of thee. In the New Testament, when Jesus our Messiah, confronted the demonic kingdom, one of the evil spirits exposed something that the powers of darkness do understand, and that is who Messiah is. When in the synagogue, Messiah encountered a demon possessed man with an unclean spirit, the evil spirit cried out with a loud voice, saying:

"Let us alone! What have we to do with thee, Jesus Son of Nazareth? Are you come to destroy us? I know you who you are, the Holy One of God." (Luke 4:34)

Jesus answered: Hold your peace and come out of him! And all marveled at the authority with which the Saviour commanded demons to come out." The evil spirit called Jesus: "The Holy One," and Apostle Paul, speaking by the power of the Holy One, confirms that God is ONE, when he states "Thou believest God is ONE? "Even the demons believe and tremble." (James 2:19) This clearly shows us that Messianic believers of the early church, had a "oneness belief," which did not compartmentalize the Godhead.

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