The Big Three Today: theunfetteredpreacher

The Big Three; The Father, Son and Holy Ghost. For years, I lived, or thought, the Father, (the Law), was only active in the Old Testament, Oh, He Spoke in the NT, but otherwise, He was just an observer.

The Son was an observer just off stage, waiting to reveal Himself at the optimum time. He indeed lived, and died so we could stand before the Father. Now, He’s back to being an observer of the Work of the Holy Spirit.

The Spirit was activated after the Resurection. He is the one who draws us to Salvation in the Lord, He gives us the Power to share the Truth of the Gospel, to build the Church of our Lord.

I was mistaken. All Three were, and are active, Yesterday, Today and Forever, I had never considered that the Three have been working together, for ever.

When we speak of one, we are speaking of all three. They act as one, always in agreement, yet we can hear and know their separate voices.

The Lord in the OT, is the Law, the Father in the NT, the Administrater (1 Corinthians 12:4-7), throughout the Bible.

Jesus is our Lord and Savior in the NT, the God of Grace in the OT, the Operations Manager, (1 Corinthians 12:4-7), in the Bible.

The Spirit is the Breath of, the Wind of God, the Power of God, (1 Corinthians 12:4-7), the Word, (Jesus, God), speaks, and the Spirit is the manifestation of the Will and Words of the Father and Son.

As we read in the OT, many times the Lord God, speaks with one voice, if you look at what the ‘Lord said,’ or ‘God said,’ you can see and hear, the Law and Grace.

I desire your feedback, pro or con.

Thanks for visiting,
Know You Are Loved

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