Tuesday, December 13, 2016

"Stretch forth thine hand" - True Holy Trinity

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 True Holy Trinity

There are three cases: a case (C1) that Jesus is an ordinary man, another case (C2) that Jesus is is God, and the third case (C3) that Jesus is a prophet.

If the history was not embodied or before the history proceeded, the state must be a combination of C1+C2+C3.  In this state, Jesus might be God, an ordinary man, and a prophet at the same time.

Or, it tells that in principle any man can be an ordinary man, God, and a prophet.  But it is the state before he was born.  After he was born, he must be either of  an ordinary man, God, or a prophet.  And out of 10 billion people, 9,999,999,990 persons are ordinary people.  And out of 10 billion people, only nine become prophets.  Finally only one out of 10 billion human beings who have ever lived turned to be God, who is Christ Jesus.

However, Jesus has preserved all these three potential states all through His life and after His life as an ordinary man and a prophet in this world.

So, Judaists have seen only an ordinary man in Him; Muslims have seen only a prophet in Him.  But, some people, mostly called Christians, have seen God in Him.

More specifically, Jesus is also the Messiah (savior), the son of God, or the son of man (a holy spirit in the form of a man).

Anyway, before you were born, you were in the state of a combination of a rich man, a poor man, and a tragic man.  But as your life is getting embodied, you state comes to be fixed as a rich man, a poor man, or a tragic man.  In theory, you can maintain the original state of the combination, as Jesus could, but in reality your state is fixed to either of them.

So, Christ Jesus was in the state of combination of C1+C2+C3.   But the state of God is the most important.  Compared with significance that He was God, other possible states had almost no meaning.

Indeed, Christ Jesus is meaningful as he can be in the state of C2: He is God.  We may as well forget about C1 and C3.

Truly, God is almighty so that He can be an ordinary man, God, and a prophet at the same time or either of them on each different occasion.  This must be the true Holy Trinity.

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Mat 12:11 And he said unto them, What man shall there be among you, that shall have one sheep, and if it fall into a pit on the sabbath day, will he not lay hold on it, and lift it out?
Mat 12:12 How much then is a man better than a sheep? Wherefore it is lawful to do well on the sabbath days.
Mat 12:13 Then saith he to the man, Stretch forth thine hand. And he stretched it forth; and it was restored whole, like as the other.