Godhead FAQ's
By Frank Hilton • ©Word-Spirit • All Rights Reserved.

In my article "The Father, Son & Holy Ghost," I discussed the various relationship roles between the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. We found out that God (the Spirit) is the creator; Jesus is the Son (flesh of God) and the Holy Ghost is God's spirit dwelling in believers. That study was the final explanation of the Godhead topic. Now, I have included a FAQ's on various Godhead topics that may answer some other questions.

Q: If Jesus is God, how can God die and how come Jesus felt forsaken on the cross?
We concluded that God was in Christ. When Jesus was dying on the cross his human side (the Son) felt forsaken because the Father (Spirit of God) had to leave his body because of two things; 1) God can't die; 2) Jesus had to take the burden of sin on him, thus, God can't be touched by sin.

Q: Do the titles used in Matthew 28:19 mean that there are three persons in the Godhead?
No,  The titles of Father, Son & Holy Ghost are the three relationship roles that God manifested himself to us.

Q: How many persons did John see sitting on the throne in heaven?
One. Jesus, the lamb sat on the throne. Revelation 4:2

Q: If Jesus is the first and the last, why did God say in Isaiah 44:6 that He was the first and the last?
Because Jesus is the God of the Old Testament manifested as Christ in the New Testament.

Q: Does the devil believe in more than one God?
No. The devil believes in one God; James 2:19

Q: Paul was smitten by a bright light, when he asked the Lord who He was, what was the answer?
"I am Jesus." Acts 9:5

Q: Did Thomas ever call Jesus God?
Yes. "Lord and my God." John 20:28

Q: Did Jesus ever say, "I and my Father are one"?
Yes. John 10:30

Q: How do you explain the baptism of Jesus, the dove and voice in Mat 3:16-17?
In our study, we proved that God can manifest himself in many forms at one time. We proved that the "Holy Spirit" is the one-and-the-selfsame God. God spoke and manifested himself in the form of a dove to signify to John the Baptist that Jesus was the Messiah.

This concludes the study on the Godhead at this time. However, I may add more FAQ's to this page as they arise.

Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. (Joh 3:5)
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