The Trinity, in the Old Testament: Chapter 1: Moses meets the Lord God: theunfetteredpreacher

Chapter One: Moses meets the Lord God: (Jehovah Elohim)

The Lord God in the Old Testament, is not one member of the Trinity with interchangeable names but rather two separate, distinct, individual, members of the Godhead.

I believe I can prove this statement true.

The question is, what do you believe? The Word of God or the Doctrine of your Church, Fellowship, or Pastor. Please, believe the Word of God. Check everything you are told, read, or taught against the Word of God.

The best Pastor or Preacher can only Preach or Teach, ord God in the Old Testament, is not one member of the Trinity with interchangeable names but rather two separate, distinct, individual, members of the Godhead.

I believe I can prove this statement true.

The question is, what do you believe? The Word of God or the Doctrine of your Church, Fellowship, or Pastor. Please, believe the Word of God. Check everything you are told, read, or taught against the Word of God.

The best Pastor or Preacher can only Preach or Teach, that which has been revealed to them, by the Spirit of God. We are responsible, for what we believe and know, to be the truth. We need to know and seek the Full Council of God.

The Lord (Jehovah) in the Hebrew means The Eternal One. God (Elohim) in the Hebrew means Creator/Ruler of all. So when Moses met the Lord God, he was meeting not one, but two members of the Trinity.

This is the passage that opened my eyes, and helped to change my thinking.

And the angel of the Lord appeared unto him (Moses), in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed. And Moses said, I will now turn aside, and see this great sight, why the bush is not burnt. And when the Lord saw that he turned aside to see, God called unto him out of the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. And he said, Here am I.” (Exodus 3:2-4)

When the Lord (Jehovah) saw that Moses was paying attention, God (Elohim) called. That was the first indication, that I’d been looking at the Old Testament wrong. The Lord (Jehovah) and God (Elohim) are two different, separate members of the Trinity. Moses wrote the first five books of the Bible.

He recognized the distinct differences and the oneness of the Trinity. He knew them as one and as individuals. Both the Lord and God spoke to Moses. We can begin to recognize them, by the differences and agreements of their speech.

God said:

“And he said, Draw not nigh hither: put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for the place whereon thou standest is holy ground. Moreover he said, I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob. And Moses hid his face; for he was afraid to look upon God.” (Exodus 3:5-6)

When people meet God (Elohim) something happens. Moses hid his face, afraid. As we continue in Exodus 3:7-10 we see the Lord speaking to Moses.

The Lord told Moses that He had seen the Hebrews affliction and heard their cry, and that He would deliver them from their taskmasters.

In verses 11-22 We again hear the voice of God. God promises to be with Moses, that God is the: I AM THAT IS I Am. God said: I have seen your affliction, I will deliver you, and bring you to a land of milk and honey.

He would smite Egypt with His wonders and the Hebrews would not go empty. That the Egyptians would give them their riches.

In Chapter 4 the Lord, speeks once again. The Lord tells and shows Moses the Miracles he will do, He told Moses that Pharaoh, would harden his heart and not let them go. The Lord even told Moses that He would slay Pharaoh’s, first-born.

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We all have the relationship we want with God. I desire a more intimate one.
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