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Rebuttal of Bible Verses used by Trinitarians by Daryl Gass

           The following article is written by my brother in Christ Daryl Gass,     Rebuttal of Bible Verses Used by Trinitarians Part 1 The belief of the trinity goes back to Babylonian times. The belief is that there are three separate gods [persons] and/or deities that are united as one. The worship of the trinity god is that of Baal, who was also a trinity god and is the worship of satan. Baal has many names in many languages after God confused the peoples languages at the tower of babble. The worship of any god outside of the true God of scripture is considered Baal [Satan] worship and will cause one's soul to be sent to hell. As it shows in the verses below that, although the Israelites were as numerous as the sands of the seas, God only saved 7,000 who did not worship Baal! This is quite an eye o

The Godhead is Essential Biblical Doctrine in evidence against the Pagan Trinity

  1 Corinthians 3:11,12 KJV Preface: Dear Heavenly Father, I come before you in the precious name of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, my beloved Kinsman Redeemer who by his Blood shed for me on Calvary allows me to come to you here this day. By Faith and by your Grace I am filled with the knowledge of your will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding. I thank you for allowing me to walk worthy of You unto all pleasing, and being fruitful in every good work, and increasing in the knowledge of God. I praise your name by faith that I am strengthened with all might according to your glorious power unto all patience and longsuffering with joyfulness: I give you thanks dear Father, for making me a partaker of the inheritance of the saints in light: Thank you for delivering us from the power of darkness and having translate us your saints into the kingdom of your dear Son. In whom we have redemption through His blood, even the forgiveness of sins. Amen. Lord, I ask that this work stand a

Why we need to know that God Records Memorials

  Acts 10:4 “And when he looked on him, he was afraid, and said, What is it, Lord? And he said unto him, Thy prayers and thine alms are come up for a memorial before God.” King James Version (KJV) Psalm 56:7,8 KJV    Here David writes that his activities and even his tears are recorded and stored in heaven.  Using scripture with scripture we realize this scripture is NOT an allegory, but rather a literal referral to record keeping and remembrances and commemoration. God records and keeps everything of every person 24/7 since the beginning of time. There are some distinctions we will discuss further.   Definition of Memorial:  Oxford hardcopy dictionary page 1768: Preserving (state of keeping from decay, loss or destruction) the memory of a person, thing or event as a record - chronical of personal reminiscence of the history of a person and events. An act of commemoration (calling to remembrance) as an observance.  Growing up, I remember someone telling me that God keeps a scrap book o

Shall we receive good at the hand of God and not Evil? Modern day Preachers hate this verse

Job 2:10 King James Version 10 But he said unto her, Thou speakest as one of the foolish women speaketh. What? shall we receive good at the hand of God, and shall we not receive evil? In all this did not Job sin with his lips. Back in my former life of the Properity Gospel and New Apostolic Reformation days before God by his great grace delivered me, a false teacher, who was reprobate in the faith and preaching a false gospel told me once that the book of Job was to him personally a very "disturbing" book that he  didn't want to discuss, period. Well... those false teachers who will stick their big toe into Job will lie and say that Job is pure allegory in nature to teach lessons of patience but surely God would never allow harm to come to his children. Nope God's kids are always healthy, wealthy, and happy as a fake woman preacher told me once. But the truth be known Job is a powerful book that needs to be read carefully and deeply by all Christians to grow in their

Why did God refer to himself as "US" in Genesis 1:26? My response

  Discussing Jesus Space on Quora:  Question?  "God" created the heavens and earth, but God referred to himself as " US" in Genesis. If Jesus is also one of the creators, then shouldn't it be that he's also God and they are one? If not, then why does it say in the Bible that the Lord is One? My response: We are comprised of Body Soul and Spirit. 1 Thessalonians 5:23 KJV. Our physical body is the only visible image we see, but in reality, our soul (will, character, emotion,) and our spirit (conscience, intuition, communion > communication with the Holy Spirit if we're saved, if not this faculty is spiritually dead) are very active. We 3 parts not 3 separate persons. We were created in the IMAGE of God who is also 3 parts existing in Jesus Christ as the VISIBLE IMAGE of God Colossians 1:15 KJV and In Jesus dwells the fullness of the GODHEAD BODILY. Colossians 2:8 9 KJV. Since Jesus Christ created all things including man Colossians 1:16-19 KJV, John


Preface: For those who are sadly too lazy to actually read the Blog and study your King James Bible with a good dictionary OR English is NOT your first language: Follow these very simple steps: 1. Go to . (To find the synonyms for words) 2. Enter into the search: REPENT. You’ll clearly see there are words like: DEPLORE, DENOUNCE, CASTIGATE, IMPOSE PENALTY, CONDEMN. Example: Genesis 6:6 KJB: ..."it REPENTETH (suffix in King James = extreme superlative form of the verb. See my study in how to study the King James Bible) the Lord that He had made man."... Replace repenteth with it greatly deplored the Lord... de·plore (verb) feel or express strong disapproval of (something): Genesis 6:7 KJB: And the Lord said, I will destroy man whom I have created..." Deplore - in this context = Castigate Impose Penalty = CONDEMN = Destroy. When the past participle of the verb is used with a noun - pronoun IT. It means the extreme disapproval caused - instigated