The message of confusion
The message of the trinity is full of problems!
(1+2) = 3 = 1 ???
One God divided into three equals one?
3 persons are one person??? Do I have to
believe all that?
What should we actually believe about Jesus Christ? Is He the
LORD, the God of the Old Testament, or the second person of a Trinity?
If Jesus Christ is NOT the God of the Old Testament, what should we
then do with the following scriptures?
To simply ignore them avoids bringing the truth into
43:11-12 God Himself said “I, even I, am the LORD, and
beside me there is no Saviour.” But in Luke 2:11 an angel proclaiming
the birth of Jesus says: For unto you is born this day in the city of
David a Saviour, which is Christ the LORD.
44:6 The ONE God says: I am the first, and I am the last; and
beside me there is no God. Yet in Revelation 2:8 and 22:13 it states
that JESUS IS THE FIRST AND THE LAST!
Luke 4:8 Jesus answers Satan with the Word of God and says: Thou
shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve. Now we
find, however, that Jesus accepts worship from the people as if He were
God, and never rebukes anyone for doing this (Matthew 8:2-3; 14:32-33,
15:25) If He were not the LORD God and did not correct such mistakes
then it would have been blasphemy. Christ would only accept that which
is entitled to the first person of the Trinity. To put the devil in
his place and then accept worship for Himself would be inconsistent
if He did not happen to be the LORD, the one God. But Jesus knows who
He Himself really is.
44:24 The Almighty God declares: I am the LORD that maketh all
things; that stretcheth forth the heavens ALONE, that spreadeth abroad
the earth by MYSELF. Yet now we find clearly stated in Colossians 1:16
and John1:3 that all things were created by Jesus. Is there a contradiction
here or is Jesus Christ the Almighty God of the Old Testament?
5. The forgiving of sins
is solely the matter of God Almighty. Isaiah writes again (Is 43:25):
I, even I, am he that blotteth out thy transgressions for mine own sake
and will not remember thy sins. The Jews understood this scripture verse.
Look what they imputed to Jesus, Mark2:7 “Why doth this man thus
speak blasphemies? Who can forgive sins but God only?“ They were
right, only the Almighty God is entitled to this right. But they did
not RECOGNIZE Jesus because they did NOT know the God of their fathers;
they were wrapped up in tradition. If only the “Trinitarians”
would accept the Word of God! 2. Corinthian 5:19 “To wit, that
GOD WAS IN CHRIST; RECONCILING THE WORLD UNTO HIMSELF.” God the
Father, who is spirit came and made himself a human body so that he
could offer his blood and life on the cross for reconciliation.
ONE sole indivisible God who is Lord and Saviour in one individual person.
Anything different to this is unbiblical and confusing. Just because
many believe it does not mean that it is right. Here is another tasty
goody for you: the words “trinity”; “God the Son”;
and “God the Holy Ghost” are nowhere to be found in the
Bible. Someone imagines it to be that way and then simply goes on to
I ask the question: Is Jesus in the Godhead
or is the Godhead in Jesus? The answer is found in Colossians 2:8-9.
Pastor R. Wey