This verse speaks of the spirit IN Jesus. That spirit spoke through the body (Jesus) prepared for IT.
Your hopeless, were you home schooled?
No, it does not say, "Only Thee [the Father], the true God."
It says "Thee [the Father], the only true God."
Get it right.
How have you not noticed yet that LITERALLY NO ONE is disputing the meaning of "ONLY", but that you're the ONLY ONE disputing the position of the word ONLY in the verse?
Yes, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are the only true God.
You cannot understand English, so that is a problem for you.
Jesus IS that spirit you heretical moron.
Just believe the scripture.
LOL... you are a complete moron that cannot even discuss anything in English.
A bit late, aren't you? I bowed out some time ago. Either people listen or they do not. You've been shown why there are problems, all intellectually, and academically challenging and viable. There can be no excuse, you are either reasonable and rational or you are indoctrinated. I'm not really interested in people dedicated to their church, but people dedicated to truth and God.Greetings Right Divider and Lon,
Good! So do we!Just a brief hit and run in this endless repetitive thread, John 17:3 and 1 Corinthians 8:6, Psalm 110:1 and much other Scripture teaches that there is Only One God,
Yep.Yahweh, God the Father and that our Lord Jesus Christ is the Son of God, by birth, by character and by resurrection.
Let's see:John 10:30-36 clearly teaches that Jesus is the Son of God, not God the Son. Clear as crystal.
Really, but I doubt that we agree what these terms represent in actual fact.And yet, you won't find one trinitarian who disagrees with any of that.
Psalm 110:1 clearly distinguishes between Yahweh and David's Lord.Jesus is THE LORD from heaven.
Jesus is claiming to be the Son of God.Let's see: John 10:30-36
EXCEPT He didn't! I JUST showed you that He didn't. I also said those committed to their churches over truth, aren't open to God, just whoever their church says their god is. Do you want to follow god or God?Jesus is claiming to be the Son of God.
No, He did Not. Your repeating it does not change that.The words of Christ are very clear he said ONLY his Father is the true God. It is not I that changes that. Your chained to RCC distortion of truth.
He said his Father is the ONLY true God. That means exactly what it says. Why do you not see that? You do not wish to see it.No, He did Not. Your repeating it does not change that.
Jesus said that His Father is the only true God.
Jesus did NOT say that only the Father is the true God.
Get it right, old heretic.
Sure does... what is DOES NOT SAY is that ONLY the Father is the true God, senior heretic.He said his Father is the ONLY true God. That means exactly what it says.
I see perfectly clearly.Why do you not see that?
You are incorrect as per your usual.You do not wish to see it.
The words of Christ are very clear he said ONLY his Father is the true God. It is not I that changes that. Your chained to RCC distortion of truth.
He said his Father is the ONLY true God. That means exactly what it says. Why do you not see that? You do not wish to see it.
These things said Esaias,.... Concerning the blinding and hardening of the Jews:
when he saw his glory, and spake of him; when he saw, in a visionary way, the glory of the Messiah in the temple, and the angels covering their faces with their wings at the sight of him; and when he spake of him as the King, the Lord of hosts, whom he had seen, Isaiah 6:1, from whence it is clear that he had respect to the Jews in the times of the Messiah. The prophet says in Isaiah 6:1 that he "saw the Lord": the Targumist renders it, "I saw", , "the glory of Jehovah"; and in Isaiah 6:5 he says, "mine eyes have seen the King", Jehovah, Zebaot, the Lord of hosts; which the Chaldee paraphrase renders, "mine eyes have seen", , "the glory" of the Shekinah, the King of the world, the Lord of hosts. Agreeably to which our Lord says here, that he saw his glory, the glory of his majesty, the glory of his divine nature, the train of his divine perfections, filling the temple of the human nature; and he spoke of him as the true Jehovah, the Lord of hosts; and which therefore is a very clear and strong proof of the proper divinity of Christ. And it may be observed from hence, that such persons who have a true, spiritual, and saving sight of Christ, of the glory of his person, and the fulness of his grace, cannot but be speaking of him to others, either in private, or in public, as Isaiah here did, and as the church in Sol 5:10; and as the apostles of Christ, John 1:1; and indeed, should they hold their peace, the stones would cry out; such must, and will speak of his glory in his temple, Psalm 29:9.