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Biblical Numerology: NUMBER THREE – Part II THE THREE PERSONS OF THE GODHEAD

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FRIDAY MORNING MANNA

April 3, 2015

Nathaniel Fajardo

Email:natfajardo777@yahoo.com

Biblical Numerology: NUMBER THREE – Part ll

 THE THREE PERSONS OF THE GODHEAD

It is sad and alarming that so late now into earth’s probation time and so close to the final harvest of souls that so many Christian faith groups still reject the three-Person Godhead taught in the Bible, and with it, almost without exception the denial of Christ’s divinity and the Holy Spirit as the third Person of the Godhead as Christ’s Vicegerent on earth whom He promised before His death and sent to earth after His ascension.

Mary Fairchild, Christianity expert, in her article “Faith Groups That Reject the Trinity Doctrine, says:

     “The doctrine of the Trinity is central to most Christian denominations and faith groups, although not all. The term ‘Trinity’ is not found in the Bible and is a concept of Christianity that is not easy to grasp or explain. Yet most conservative, evangelical Bible scholars agree that the Trinity doctrine is clearly expressed within Scriptures. Read more

Study for the Month of March 2015: The Image of the Beast-Part VII (Page 3)

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      “Rome Versus The Bible. After the Church had fallen from its apostolic purity of life and doctrine, it found that, where the Bible was read by the common people, they lost faith in the Church and opposed her worship as a species of idolatry. This was particularly true of the Waldenses, who had retained the Bible in their native language hundreds of years before the Reformation, and had copied and spread its pages over Catholic Christendom, wherever their missionaries traveled. It was natural, therefore, that the Roman Church, instead of supplying the common people with the Scriptures in their native tongue, should oppose this.

      “Cardinal Merry del Val says that on account of the activity of the Waldenses, and later of the Protestants, in spreading the Scriptures in the native language of the people, ‘the Pontiffs and the Councils were obliged on more than one occasion to control and sometimes even forbid the use of the Bible in the vernacular.’     Read more

Study for the Month of March 2015: The Image of the Beast-Part VII (Page 2)

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Claims that the head of Christ’s church on earth is a visible man, not the Holy Spirit

    “It is one of the leading doctrines of Romanism that the pope is the visible head of the universal church of Christ, invested with supreme authority over bishops and pastors in all parts of the world. More than this, the pope has been given the very titles of Deity. He has been styled ‘the Lord God the Pope’ [See Appendix], and has been declared infallible. He demands the homage [worship and veneration] of all men. The same claim urged by Satan in the wilderness of temptation, is still urged by him through the Church of Rome, and vast numbers are ready to yield him homage.

“But those who fear and reverence God meet this Heaven-daring assumption of Christ met the solicitations of the wily foe: ‘Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and Him only shalt thou serve.’ Luke 4: 8. God has never given a hint in His word that He has appointed any man to be the head of the church. The doctrine of papal supremacy is directly opposed to the teachings of the Scriptures. The pope can have no power over Christ’s church except by usurpation.”- Ibid. Read more