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Chris Medway
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kennyj (Ken Jones)

Water is not singular unless you put it in the perspective of measurement; a bucket of water, a drop of water, etc. God is discribed as a singular.

God is not singular, God is unique. God is all pervasive, pre-existing, pre-eminant, transcendent and immanent. He can’t be measured, analyzed or disected. In Him we live and move and have our being, all things come from Him and of his own do we give him.

I refer to water in the generic sense of H2O. It exists in three separate states but is entirely and only water, H2O.

Ice is not a kind of water, it IS water and only water.

Steam is not a kind of water, it IS water and only water. The Chemical and atomic makeup of ice and steam are identical to water. The only difference is the amount of heat energy they contain.

Jesus is not a kind of God, He is God.

The Holy Spirit is not a kind of God, She/he is God.

Love Chris.

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