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Huron,

Am not I Jehovah, and there is no God else beside Me, a just God and a Saviour, there is none beside Me (Isa. 45:21, 22).

I Jehovah am thy God, and thou shalt acknowledge no God beside Me, and there is no Saviour beside Me (Hos.13:4).

Thus said Jehovah the King of Israel and his Redeemer,Jehovah of Hosts,I am the First and the Last,and beside Me there is no God (Isa.46:6).

Jehovah of Hosts is His name, and thy Redeemer the Holy One of Israel, the God of the whole earth shall He be called (Isa. 54:5).

In that day Jehovah shall be King over the whole earth; in that day there shall be one Jehovah,and His name One (Zech.14:9).

Beside many more passages elsewhere.

The passages above from the Old Testament contradicts the trinity of three Divine persons before creation.

There are many questions the Catholics ask,such as the Lord’s Prayer,who was He praying to in the garden and on the cross.I believe He and the Father are the same Person.In every person there is a mind,body and spirit.The spirit is the person,and cannot be divided from the person,so how the Holy Spirit be the third person,a god by itself,when it is the Lord’s spirit.

The Lord’s Prayer,which says: “Our Father, who art in the heavens, hallowed be Thy name,Thy kingdom come.” The Christian church understand by these words the Father in His Divine alone; but I understand Him in His Human,and this too is the Father’s name.Hallowed be Thy name,means the Father in His Human (finite).God cannot be understood in His infinite state.That what’s happens when all prayers are said to the Father for the sake of the Son.The Lord said: “Father, glorify your name,” that is,glorifiy your Human.When this happens,the kingdom of God comes. The instruction to use this prayer has been given us for the present time, that is, so that God the Father may be approached through His Human.

The Lord also said: “No one comes to the Father except through Me,” and the prophet said: “A child is born for us, a Son is given to us, whose name is God, Hero, the everlasting Father”; and elsewhere: “You, Jehovah, are our Father, your name is our Redeemer from of old.” There are thousands of other passages where the Lord our Saviour is called Jehovah.This is the true explanation of those words in the Lord’s Prayer.

Harry

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