When you See Jesus you see the Godhead and NOT the 2nd Person of the Trinity



Colossians 1:15

“Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature:”

King James Version (KJV)

Colossians 2:9

“For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily.”

King James Version (KJV)

1 John 2:22

“Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.”

Trinitarians Mock Jesus Christ by PERSONATING him as 1 of 3 Persons - The Second Person (thethirdheaventraveler.com)

Satan hates the divinity of Jesus Christ.  The Trinity doctrine makes Jesus another god, the second person of a deity.  Without understanding the word of God by rightly dividing and studying, we fall prey to are taken as a spoil by the Devil.  Read Colossians 2:8 KJB.  Read 2 Timothy 2:15 KJB.. STUDY, STUDY. STUDY.

Trinity is Pagan Practice of Polytheism in Mainstream Christianity #EndTimes #Apostasy (thethirdheaventraveler.com)

My Brother in Christ sent me the following email comment to which I was deeply inspired to Blog and Video another teaching on GODHEAD vs TRINITY.  And NO they are NOT the same. 

Following your study on the use of the conjunction "and" how using it doesn't always mean "another, extra thing" but rather " another aspect of the same thing or being", I am looking at 1 John 2:22:

Here is the study my Brother is referring to:
God is only ONE Person, Jesus Christ, The Conjunction AND:

As in the study above the unlearned mind would conclude, John is talking about two separate persons here in 1 John 2:22 KJB.

But the truth is, if he were talking about two separate persons, then he would be contradicting himself when he states in 1 John 5:20 KJB there is only one God and that is Jesus Christ.

If John were telling us there are only 2 persons he would be a liar, contradicting himself because in 1 John 5:7 he writes there are 3

But without understanding the context and terms John is using in 1 John 5:7 KJB, Trinitarians jump up and down claiming three separate persons.  But in reality, John is talking about ONE SPIRIT - The Holy Spirit is actually the Spirit of The Father, who is also the Spirit of Jesus Christ. 

The Father = Spirit of God,  The Word is The Spirit of Jesus Christ and these are ONE SPIRIT called the Holy Spirit. 

The Word became Flesh. 

14 And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

Read full chapter

 The Word is the Spirit of Jesus Christ.

The Father is Spirit and of course the Holy Spirit is Spirit.  1 John 5:7 proves there is ONLY 1 SPIRIT called the Holy Spirit, and this spirit is The Father and The Word - The Spirit of Jesus Christ.  When "and" is written here it means = which is the same. 

John 4:24  God is Spirit

John 4:23: Worship the Father in Spirit.

Colossians 1:15  God is invisible

The Father is God and Spirit:  Ephesians 4:4,5.

One God, One Spirit, One Father, One Body  Ephesians 4:4,5. Philippians 1:19, Galatians 4:6, Romans 8:9,14. 

Colossians 2:8,9, Ephesians 1:23

John 8:58

“Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.


King James Version (KJV)


John 14:9

“Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so long time with you, and yet hast thou not known me, Philip? he that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how sayest thou then, Shew us the Father?


King James Version (KJV)


10 Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works.

11 Believe me that I am in the Father, and the Father in me: or else believe me for the very works' sake.

500 years ago the conjunction "and" was used extensively in the context as: "which is" or "that being". 

Thank God for a great man of God in the 1700's by the name of Granville Sharp (1735–1813) 

I was always bewildered by Paul's greetings in his Epistles like in Ephesians 1:2: "Grace be to you, and peace, from God our Father, *AND* from the Lord Jesus Christ."
And then trying to harmonize there is only 1 Body, 1 Spirit, 1 God, 1 FATHER of all.. Ephesians 4:4,5 KJB. 

One can only harmonize by the Godhead and not Trinity.  And no they are not same as many teach.

The apostles continually battled against the Judaizers who refused to see God as Jesus Christ in the flesh. And later the Gnostics who by Greek philosophy made God into 3 gods, existing as one god.

Now let's get serious about the conjunction "and" in the King James Bible part 2 from my previous Blog

SHARP'S RULE: PROVES THE DIETY OF JESUS CHRIST understanding the conjunction AND in Greek kai: COPULATIVE = Two Nouns connected with the conjunction and are referring to the "same person" as ONE.

What is the Granville Sharp Rule? | GotQuestions.org
Granville Sharp (1735–1813) was an English political reformer, slavery abolitionist, and Greek language scholar known for his contributions regarding the translation of New Testament Greek as it relates to the divinity of Christ. Sharp believed strongly in the deity of Christ and studied the New Testament in its original language to more ably prove Christ’s deity. The Granville Sharp Rule was first noted in 1798 in his book Remarks on the Uses of the Definitive Article in the Greek Text of the New Testament: Containing Many New Proofs of the Divinity of Christ, from Passages Which Are Wrongly Translated in the Common English Version.

The actual rule of Granville Sharp is concerned with the use of definite articles and copulative conjunctions in the New Testament. Copulative conjunctions (also called additive conjunctions) are words that join other words and indicate the relation of additional information. In English, we have one definite article, the; some copulative conjunctions are andmoreover, and also.

The Granville Sharp Rule states, “When the copulative kai connects two nouns of the same case, [viz. nouns (either substantive or adjective, or participles) of personal description, respecting office, dignity, affinity, or connexion, and attributes, properties, or qualities, good or ill], if the article ho, or any of its cases, precedes the first of the said nouns or participles, and is not repeated before the second noun or participle, the latter always relates to the same person that is expressed or described by the first noun or participle” (Remarks on the Uses of the Definitive Article, 3).

In simpler terms, the Granville Sharp Rule says that when two singular common nouns are used to describe a person, and those two nouns are joined by an additive conjunction, and the definite article precedes the first noun but not the second, then both nouns refer to the same person. This principle of semantics holds true in all languages. For example, consider this sentence:

We met with the owner and the curator of the museum, Mr. Holton.

In the preceding sentence, the definite article the is used twice, before both owner and curator. The curator is obviously Mr. Holton, but the owner could be a different person. Did we meet with one or two people? Is Mr. Holton the owner of the museum as well as the curator? The grammatical construction leaves the question open. However, the following sentence removes the ambiguity:

We met with the owner and curator of the museum, Mr. Holton.

In the second example, the definite article the is only used once, before the first noun. This means that the two nouns, joined by and, are both in apposition to the name of the person. In other words, Mr. Holton is both owner and curator. The Granville Sharp Rule makes it clear that we are referring to the same individual.

Two of the New Testament verses associated with the Granville Sharp Rule are Titus 2:13 and 2 Peter 1:1. The KJV translates Titus 2:13 as, “Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ.” In the original Greek, the words for “God” and “Savior” are joined by kai, and the definite article ho is only used once, preceding “God”; according to the Granville Sharp Rule, both God and Savior must refer to the same person, namely, Jesus Christ. 

Similarly, 2 Peter 1:1 refers to “our God and Savior Jesus Christ.” Following Granville Sharp’s rule, Jesus Christ is clearly identified as both “God” and “Savior,” another example of the Bible’s teaching of the deity of Christ. The grammatical construction of the Greek makes it plain: definite article + singular noun + copulative conjunction + singular noun = the same person.

Though the Granville Sharp Rule may seem arcane, the concept has an important impact regarding Bible translation and our understanding of the nature of Christ. The New Testament passages where this rule applies highlight the deity of Jesus Christ. He is more than the Messiah; He is God.

End Quote.


In a twisted process of lies, we’re able to see the evil work of Roger Thornhill and Gregory Blunt is to maintain God and Jesus Christ as two separate persons. In the end, I believe it is to question the divinity of Jesus Christ. Their attempt to tell us that the copulative conduction kai is really two separate and distinct persons by claiming an unproven weak argument of “smart’s rule” a warped parody of “sharp’s rule” (“Granville Sharp Rule.”: Granville Sharp’s first rule states that when two singular, personal substantives, whether nouns, adjectives, or participles, that are in the same gender, number and case, and which are not proper names, are connected by the Greek conjunction kai (“and”), with only the first substantive having the definite article before it, then both substantives refer to the same person or being.). Smart’s rule basically is an argument to refute Sharp’s rule with the predominant purpose of proving the Trinity by perverting the meaning of the conjunction “and” in Greek kai. They also love to use the Septuagint LXX which is a perverted translation.) of the conjunction kai and by trying to use this absurd notion that it not possible to harmonize Psalm 5:2,3 and 35:23 with John 20:28, and that they don’t mean the same because of a half baked “theory” called “hebraism”

(99+) V16 The Greek Conjunction και Applied to the Exegesis of John 20:28 - A Fresh Grammatical and Contextual analysis] | Roger Thornhill and Gregory Blunt - Academia.edu

Christology of New Testament,

Koine Greek

Many of the most hotly debated syntaxes in Biblical Greek include the copulative conjunction και, generally rendered as “and” in English. A short discussion on Sharp’s rule includes a new exception from Aristotle’s Greek with singular terms that was not excluded from his rule.


Greek of the Greek New

Testament, when the copulative και connects two

personal substantives in regimen in the construction

“noun genitive personal pronoun και noun (repeat of

the same) pronoun two persons or groups of persons

are in view.

(99+) V16 The Greek Conjunction και Applied to the Exegesis of John 20:28 - A Fresh Grammatical and Contextual analysis] | Roger Thornhill and Gregory Blunt - Academia.edu

Conjunctions – Ancient Greek for Everyone (publiconsulting.com)

Conjunctions in Greek work much as they do in English. Greek, however, uses them far more often, and frequently in subtler ways, than formal written English does. This is in part because Greek has a strong tendency to link clauses and sentences together. While consecutive sentences in English are most often separated by a pause (period), many consecutive sentences in Greek are actually marked or offset by coordinating conjunctions, such as “and,” “but,” and “therefore” (S 2163).



  1. You don't understand the Trinity, it is ONE BEING who is God composed of three persons each with their own mind and in Christ spiritually fully. That is all. What you said is wrong.

    1. https://www.thethirdheaventraveler.com/2021/05/trinity-is-pagan-practice-of-polytheism.html


Post a Comment

Featured Blogs

Who are you Amir Tsarfati? - My Brother in Christ or A Ravenous Wolf in 'Sheep's Clothing

CHRISLAM CONFIRMED: Led By Pope Francis, Leaders Of The World’s Religions

Rebuking Dr. Eugene Kim BBC INTERNATIONAL