Shincheonji-The God of the Trinity

Most Christian denominations believe in the doctrine of the Trinity; they often regard belief in the Trinity as a sign of Christian orthodoxy.
“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Mt 28:19-20)
Mt 28:19-20 does mention that people should be baptized “in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit,” but the bible does not mention the word Trinity.
When people use the word “Trinity” they refer to the idea that God is three in one; the idea that God is simultaneously both one and three beings. People read verses like Mt 28:19-20 and created the doctrine of the Trinity. How is it that three beings can simultaneously exist as one being? The father, son, and holy spirit in Mt 28:19-20, are three separate beings that all dwelled within Jesus’ body (Mt 3:16). Since God is in Jesus (Jn 14:10), the holy father, the holy son, and the holy spirit are in one body. This is the true meaning of trinity. This is why Jesus was able to say that he and the father were one (Jn 10:30). When Jesus no longer had a physical body, the three again existed as three separate beings.
According to Jn 3:34, God gives the spirit without limit to the one whom speaks God’s words. According to Ac 7:55-56, Stephen, while full of the holy spirit, looked up to heaven and saw the glory of God, but he also saw Jesus standing at the right hand of God. Stephen saw both God and Jesus as two separate beings. Remember, too, that the scriptures cannot be broken (Jn 10:35).
While Jesus was working on earth, both God and the holy spirit were in him. According to the Bible, when Jesus’ spirit remains within us after receiving Holy Spirit (Jn 7:38-39), three beings will be able to dwell in one body again.
Let’s look at a few reference scriptures that reveal how Jesus’ spirit is within us. Ro 8:9 says, “You, however, are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God lives in you. Now if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, this person does not belong to him.” Through the shedding of Jesus’ blood on the cross, God sends the spirit of his son into our hearts according to Gal 4:1-7. Today, at the time of Revelation’s fulfillment, Jesus is knocking at the door of our hearts because he wants to come in and dwell within us (Rev 3:20; Jn 14:20). Jesus bore the cross to fulfill this work. Since Jesus is now fulfilling God’s will that he promised to accomplish on earth in the last days, Jesus also warns us about the appearance of many false prophets and antichrists that appear within the Christian world at the time of the end (Mt 24:11, 24). We must be alert so that we can avoid being deceived by their false doctrines.
What is the true will of God? What must we do to accomplish it?
God’s first command was not to have other gods before him (Ex 20:1-3). The second was not to make any image for worship (Ex 20:4-6). Israel was destroyed because Solomon built idols and worshipped them in God’s holy temple (1Ki 11). In Korea, the Protestant churches that once emerged from Catholicism, worshipped the image of the Japanese emperor during the Japanese colonization. Only a few churches refused. In this era of corruption it is now time to pray in spirit and truth (Jn 4:23-24). It is time to unite and obey the holy father, holy son and holy spirit.
According to the scriptures, when the seventh trumpet sounds, God will bring with him “those who have fallen asleep.” In other words, those who have died in the Lord will come with him as spiritual bodies (1Co 15:51-54; 1Th 4:13-16). Then we will be changed; born again as a new creation with the water and the spirit. Death, crying, mourning, pain, and all the former things will no longer exist (Jn 3:3-7; 2Co 5:17; Rev 21:4). When the perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality, death is swallowed up in victory. Shouldn’t we believe this? We cannot create truth by persistently claiming something to be true. The truth is something that happens according to God’s word. Let us believe that God fulfills everything according to the Bible.

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