58. My Vision on The One Eternal Spirit and Other Matters on the Godhead


April 27, 2013


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Hbr 9:14 How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God? 

 

Christ had stooped to take upon Himself man’s nature; He was to bear an infinite weight of woe as He should make His soul an offering for sin; yet angels desire that even in His humiliation the Son of the Highest might appear before men with a dignity and glory befitting His character.” E.G. White, The Great Controversy, pp. 313, 314.

 


I had been praying for a clearer understanding of the following questions, after which the Lord gave me an important vision in answer to my questions. Because of the contingency of the chain of all truth, I will have to repeat some things that are a basis for the new points I was shown. There will of necessity be over-lappings in most answers to these questions.

·       What is the full meaning of the words that Christ through the eternal Spirit offered Himself…?

·       Since Divinity cannot die, how did Christ make His soul as an offering for sin?

·       How and why was the blood of Christ’s humanity offered through the eternal Spirit?

·       If the soul of the life of Christ is His Holy Spirit Divine Only life, how was that life made an offering for sin?

·       How are we given the glory that the Father gave to the Son?

·       What did the Son do to divest Himself of the form of God?

·       What are the riches of His grace?

·       What is the difference between the prescribed limit of a sacrifice and being redeemed?

·       What happens to the Godhead, the Atonement, and our redemption when we deny a THIRD PERSON as being part of the Godhead?

·       Could two persons in the Godhead fulfill the Everlasting Covenant, the Testator’s Covenant? (The answer is no, but why not?).

 

Hbr 9:14 How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?

 

Christ had stooped to take upon Himself man’s nature; He was to bear an infinite weight of woe as He should make His soul an offering for sin; yet angels desire that even in His humiliation the Son of the Highest might appear before men with a dignity and glory befitting His character.” E.G. White, The Great Controversy, pp. 313, 314.

 

"Cumbered with humanity Christ could not be in every place personally, therefore it was altogether for their advantage that He should leave them to go to His Father and send the Holy Spirit to be His successor on earth. The Holy Spirit is Himself divested of the personality of humanity and independent thereof. He would represent Himself as present in all places by His Holy Spirit.” E.G. White, (Manuscript Releases Volume 14 (No’s 1081-1135) MR No.1084.

 

"Christ declared that after his ascension, he would send to his church, as his crowning gift, the Comforter, who was to take his place. This Comforter is the Holy Spirit,--the soul of his life, the efficacy of his church, the light and life of the world. With his Spirit Christ sends a reconciling influence and a power that takes away sin.

In the gift of the Spirit, Jesus gave to man the highest good that heaven could bestow....

The Spirit was given as a regenerating agency, and without this the sacrifice of Christ would have been of no avail....

It is by the Spirit that the heart is made pure. Through the Spirit the believer becomes a partaker of the divine nature. Christ has given his Spirit as a divine power to overcome all hereditary and cultivated tendencies to evil, and to impress his own character upon the church." E.G. White, Review and Herald Articles, May 19, 1904, vol. 5, p. 42.

 

Redeemed

 

 "The darkness rolled away from the Saviour and from the Cross. Christ bowed His head and died. In His Incarnation He had reached the prescribed limit as a sacrifice, but not as a redeemer." E.G. White Manuscript Releases Volume Twelve, p. 409.

 

"No one but Christ could redeem man from the curse of the law. He proposed to take upon Himself the guilt and shame of sin,--sin so offensive in the sight of God that it would necessitate separation from His Father. Christ proposed to reach to the depths of man's degradation and woe, and restore the repenting, believing soul to harmony with God. Christ, the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world, offered Himself as a sacrifice and substitute for the fallen sons of Adam, though in this offering all heaven was involved in infinite sacrifice." {ST, December 15, 1914 par. 10}

 

The Blood of the Covenant

 

Now the God of peace, that brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, make you perfect in every good work to do his will. Heb. 13:20, 21.

 

"Without shedding of blood is no remission" (Heb. 9:22). In every bleeding sacrifice was typified "the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world" (John 1:29).

 

In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace. Eph. 1:7.

 

But the work of human redemption is not all that is accomplished by the cross. The love of God is manifested to the universe. The prince of this world is cast out. The accusations which Satan has brought against God are refuted. The reproach which he has cast upon heaven is forever removed. Angels as well as men are drawn to the Redeemer. "I, if I be lifted up from the earth," He said, "will draw all unto Me."’ Desire of Ages, p. 626.

 

"Because they have transgressed the laws, changed the ordinance, broken the everlasting covenant. Therefore hath the curse devoured the earth, and they that dwell therein are desolate: therefore the inhabitants of the earth are burned." Isaiah 24:5, 6.

 

The earth also is defiled under the inhabitants thereof; because they have transgressed the laws, changed the ordinance, broken the everlasting covenant. Isa. 24:5. 

 

I believe you cannot dispute the facts of Scripture in this post. I believe this is the best answer you will ever receive on the Godhead, for I believe it is state of the art in knowledge on the Godhead AS FAR AS WE ARE GIVEN TO UNDERSTAND AT THIS TIME.

 

Here are the answers I received in a vision from the Lord:


First Question: What is the full meaning of the words that Christ through the eternal Spirit offered Himself?

 

Hbr 9:14 How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God? 

 

Answers:

 

1.    I was shown that only God could make His soul an offering for sin, for only Divinity could be the Testator and atone for any breach in God’s Everlasting Covenant.

2.    Being combined with humanity FOREVER, constituted death of the Son’s Holy Spirit to His former life of being DIVINE ONLY. This met the prescribed limit of a sacrifice per death of the Testator who was DIVINE ONLY. But this did not redeem man.

3.    Hbr 9:16 For where a testament [is], there must also of necessity be the death of the testator. (The Testator was DIVINE ONLY when He made the Testament (Covenant).

4.    Hbr 9:17 For a testament [is] of force after men are dead: otherwise it is of no strength at all while the testator liveth.

5.    I was shown that the Son’s Holy Spirit had to be made an offering for sin to satisfy the demands of the Testator’s Testament (Covenant) Heb.

6.    I was shown that the humanity of Christ, could not ALONE, atone for sin; that only His Divinity could atone for sin. Since the Testator was DIVINE ONLY, only a DIVINE ONLY BEING could act as the High Priest in the Sanctuary in depositing there the blood that redeemed us.


Question #2:  Since Divinity cannot die, how did Christ make His soul as an offering for sin?


Answers:

 

a.     The DIVINE ONLY Holy Spirit soul of the life of the Son of God was offered as a cure for sin. It was His Holy Spirit soul of His life that was divested from the personality of His humanity at the Incarnation. That forever separation of His Divine Holy Spirit PERSONALITY from His human personality made possible heaven’s “highest good, crowning gift”—the Divine Nature of Christ indwelling the soul as a cure for sin.

b.    When the Son was combined with humanity FOREVER, He died to His former state of being DIVINE ONLY. Since Divinity cannot die in the sense man views death, that is the only way the soul of the life of the Son of God, His Holy Spirit HIMSELF, could make an atonement for sin by way of offering His soul (His Holy Spirit Being) as an atonement for sin.

c.     The Son of God began from the foundation of the earth the process of divesting His Holy Spirit DIVINE ONLY life from its attributes that would be cumbered by His humanity. What this “emptying” consisted of, we do not fully know, but we know that it involved omniscience, omnipresence, and omnipotence and the attribute of God’s Spirit that is as a consuming fire to all sinning beings. The Son was of the same one eternal Spirit essence, substance as the Father, so His Eternal Spirit would have been as a consuming fire to sinful beings such as the angels and Adam and Eve. That attribute was one of the Son’s attributes that He was “emptied,” (divested) of when He was slain from the foundation of the world. The Son could not have come into the presence of the sinful angel’s and Adam and Eve without that attribute having been slain from Him from the foundation of the world: Rev 13:8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

d.    When the Son of God was sired into the womb of Mary, to make Him fully Divine and fully human, He did not possess the three Omni’s. This is evinced by the following proof:

 ·       Jesus told His disciples that only the Father knows the time of the second coming (omniscience cumbered by His humanity).

·       Jesus told His disciples that He could not be every place at once, so He would return to heaven and send His Holy Spirit as His representative. (Omnipresence cumbered by His humanity).

·       Jesus told His disciples that His Father did all the works He did. (Omnipotence cumbered by His humanity). Jhn 14:10 Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works.

·       Jesus emptied Himself to come to us in the form of a servant and a human servant does not possess the Omni’s.

·       Jesus’ divinity could have excercised all of the Omni’s, but that would have been game over as far as being our example and the great controversy with Satan. He could exercise no personal Divine power on His own behalf. If He had, that would have voided what He came to prove—that man can overcome sin by the same means Christ did—moment by moment reliance upon the Holy Spirit.


Question #3: “How and why was the human blood of Christ’s humanity offered through the eternal Spirit?


Answers:


a.  The Sanctuary Service demanded a blood sacrifice. It was the human blood of Christ, spilled for our sins, that redeemed us from sin for He took all our sins upon Himself when He was slain on the cross. But that blood was the blood of His humanity, and when He made the Testator’s Covenant (Testament), He was DIVINE ONLY, so death of the Testator met the prescribed limit of a FOREVER sacrifice.  "The darkness rolled away from the Saviour and from the Cross. Christ bowed His head and died. In His Incarnation He had reached the prescribed limit as a sacrifice, but not as a redeemer." E.G. White Manuscript Releases Volume Twelve, p. 409.

b. The wages of man’s sins is eternal death, not three days and nights in a tomb. By the forever sacrifice of His dying to His former DIVINE ONLY state of Being, FOREVER, the son fulfills the prescribed limit of a sacrifice per the Testator’s Covenant, which is the only prescribed limit of a sacrifice that fulfills an eternal aspect of the Testator’s Covenant—that of being death to something on a continuum basis.

c.  The human blood of Christ, as the High Priest of the heavenly Sanctuary, had to be sprinkled in the Most Holy Place to fulfill the pattern of the Sanctuary Service.

   The Incarnation in and of itself did not completely fulfill the Sanctuary Service requirements. The Incarnation sacrifice which involved bequeathing to us the Son’s soul of His life, His Holy Spirit Divine Nature, provided a cure for sin, while the cross sacrifice took our sins upon His sinless self, thus redeeming us from our sins, but that act did not provide the cure. The cross by itself would have been of NO AVAIL, to wit: "Christ declared that after his ascension, he would send to his church, as his crowning gift, the Comforter, who was to take his place. This Comforter is the Holy Spirit,--the soul of his life, the efficacy of his church, the light and life of the world. With his Spirit Christ sends a reconciling influence and a power that takes away sin.

   In the gift of the Spirit, Jesus gave to man the highest good that heaven could bestow....

   The Spirit was given as a regenerating agency, and without this the sacrifice of Christ would have been of no avail....

    It is by the Spirit that the heart is made pure. Through the Spirit the believer becomes a partaker of the divine nature. Christ has given his Spirit as a divine power to overcome all hereditary and cultivated tendencies to evil, and to impress his own character upon the church." E.G. White, Review and Herald Articles, May 19, 1904, vol. 5, p. 42.

d. The Incarnation sacrifice provided for heaven’s “highest good, crowning gift,” the cure for sin, the Holy Spirit Divine Nature indwelling the soul.

e.  The cross redeemed us from sin by Christ having taken them upon His sinless self.

In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace.” Eph. 1:7.

 

But the work of human redemption is not all that is accomplished by the cross. The love of God is manifested to the universe. The prince of this world is cast out. The accusations which Satan has brought against God are refuted. The reproach which he has cast upon heaven is forever removed. Angels as well as men are drawn to the Redeemer. "I, if I be lifted up from the earth," He said, "will draw all unto Me."’ Desire of Ages, p. 626.


Question #4: If the soul of the life of Christ is His Holy Spirit Divine Only life, how was that life made an offering for sin?


Answer(s)

 

a.     "He (Christ) suffered the death which was ours, that we might receive the life which WAS His." Desire of Ages, p. 25 1 Cor. 11:24-265, cf. John 6:53, 54, Titus 3:5, 6.

b.    What death WAS ours? It was eternal in nature. Which life WAS HIS BEFORE HIS INCARNATION? It was DIVINE ONLY. The Son of God, who was verily God in the highest sense says Ellen White and Scripture, reduced Himself to the form of a servant to be combined with humanity FOREVER. That met the prescribed limit of a sacrifice per the Testator’s Covenant by being “dead” to something FOREVER, which meets our wages of sin which is eternal death.

c.     How was His Holy Spirit life made an offering for sin? We know that on the cross Jesus took all our sins upon Himself and thus redeemed us from sin. But that did not CURE sin. The Holy Spirit Divine Nature was made an offering for sin by forever dying to His former existence as being DIVINE ONLY, to become forever united with us and our humanity—retaining that humanity FOREVER. That “eternal death” to His former existence, meets the prescribed limit of a sacrifice as far as the Incarnation ALONE is concerned. That prescribed limit is death of the Testator. But the Testator was DIVINE ONLY when He made the Testament (Covenant), and the humanity of Christ died for only three days and nights.

 

"The darkness rolled away from the Saviour and from the Cross. Christ bowed His head and died. In His Incarnation He had reached the prescribed limit as a sacrifice, but not as a redeemer." E.G. White Manuscript Releases Volume Twelve, p. 409.

 

Christ had stooped to take upon Himself man’s nature; He was to bear an infinite weight of woe as He should make His soul an offering for sin; yet angels desire that even in His humiliation the Son of the Highest might appear before men with a dignity and glory befitting His character.” E.G. White, The Great Controversy, pp. 313, 314.

 

"The apostle would call our attention from ourselves to the Author of our salvation. He presents before us His two natures, divine and human. . . . He voluntarily assumed human nature. It was His own act, and by His own consent. He clothed His divinity with humanity. He was all the while as God, but He did not appear as God. He veiled the demonstrations of Deity which had commanded the homage, and called forth the admiration of the universe of God. He was God while upon earth, but He divested Himself of the form of God, and in its stead took the form and fashion of a man. He walked the earth as a man. For our sakes He became poor, that we through His poverty might be made rich. He laid aside His glory and His majesty. He was God, but the glories of the form of God He for awhile relinquished. . . . He bore the sins of the world, and endured the penalty which rolled like a mountain upon His divine soul. He yielded up His life a sacrifice, that man should not eternally die. He died, not through being compelled to die, but by His own free will." E.G. White, SDA Bible Commentary, Vol. 7a, p. 446.


Question #5: How are we given the glory that the Father gave to the Son?


Answers:

 

1.    How can we know that the glories mentioned above is not a return to the Son’s former DIVINE ONLY attributes? We can know that by the fact that “… in giving His Holy Spirit He is giving to them the glory which the Father has given Him…”, to wit:

 

The Glory that the Father gave to Christ is given to us: “Jesus is waiting to breathe upon all his disciples, and give them the inspiration of his sanctifying spirit, and transfuse the vital influence from himself to his people . . . Christ is to live in his human agents, and work through their faculties, and act through their capabilities. Their will must be submitted to His will, they must act with His Spirit, that it may be no more they that live, but Christ that liveth in them. Jesus is seeking to impress upon them the thought that in giving His Holy Spirit He is giving to them the glory which the Father has given Him, that He and His people may be one in God.” Signs of the Times, October 3, 1892, par. 4.

 

2.    We are given the glory which the Father has given to His Son when He gives us His Holy Spirit soul of His life—His Divine Nature indwelling the soul.

 

"Christ declared that after his ascension, he would send to his church, as his crowning gift, the Comforter, who was to take his place. This Comforter is the Holy Spirit,--the soul of his life, the efficacy of his church, the light and life of the world. With his Spirit Christ sends a reconciling influence and a power that takes away sin.

In the gift of the Spirit [HIS LIFE--THE SOUL OF HIS LIFE], Jesus gave to man the highest good that heaven could bestow....

The Spirit was given as a regenerating agency, and without this the sacrifice of Christ would have been of no avail....

It is by the Spirit that the heart is made pure. Through the Spirit the believer becomes a partaker of the divine nature. Christ has given his Spirit as a divine power to overcome all hereditary and cultivated tendencies to evil, and to impress his own character upon the church." E.G. White, Review and Herald Articles, May 19, 1904, vol. 5, p. 42.


Question #6: What did the Son do to divest Himself of the form of God?

 

Answer: The Son of God divested His Holy Spirit HIMSELF, from the personality of His humanity and His Holy Spirit DIVINE ONLY NATURE thus became an independent person from His humanity. This was a huge sacrifice for the Son of God to stoop to humanity’s level. This shows the great love of God for us.

 

Cumbered with humanity Christ could not be in every place personally, therefore it was altogether for their advantage that He should leave them to go to His Father and send the Holy Spirit to be His successor on earth. The Holy Spirit is Himself divested of the personality of humanity and independent thereof. He would represent Himself as present in all places by His Holy Spirit.” E.G. White, (Manuscript Releases Volume 14 (No’s 1081-1135) MR No.1084.

 

"No one but Christ could redeem man from the curse of the law. He proposed to take upon Himself the guilt and shame of sin,--sin so offensive in the sight of God that it would necessitate separation from His Father. Christ proposed to reach to the depths of man's degradation and woe, and restore the repenting, believing soul to harmony with God. Christ, the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world, offered Himself as a sacrifice and substitute for the fallen sons of Adam, though in this offering all heaven was involved in infinite sacrifice." {ST, December 15, 1914 par. 10}

 

Question #7: What are the riches of His grace?


Answers:

 

They must have His grace, the Spirit of Christ, to help their infirmities, or they cannot form a Christian character. Jesus loves to have us come to Him, just as we are—sinful, helpless, dependent.” Faith and Works, p. 38.

 

There must be a power working from within, a new life from above, before man can be changed from sin to holiness. That power is Christ. His grace [the Spirit of Christ] alone can quicken the lifeless faculties of the soul, and attract it to God, to holiness.” (ST, May 28, 1902, par. 3).

 

Our Dispositions Unchanged

 

     If you would be a saint in heaven you must first be a saint on earth. The traits of character you cherish in life will not be changed by death or by the resurrection. You will come up from the grave with the same disposition you manifested in your home and in society. Jesus does not change the character at His coming. The work of transformation must be done now. Our daily lives are determining our destiny. Defects of character must be repented of and overcome through the grace of Christ, and a symmetrical character must be formed while in this probationary state, that we may be fitted for the mansions above.--13MR 82 (1891).  {LDE 295.1}


Rom 1:5 By whom we have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations, for his name:

1Pe 1:2 Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied.

1Cr 1:30 But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption:

1Th 4:3 For this is the will of God, [even] your sanctification, that ye should abstain from fornication:

1Th 4:4 That every one of you should know how to possess his vessel in sanctification and honour;

2Th 2:13 But we are bound to give thanks alway to God for you, brethren beloved of the Lord, because God hath from the beginning chosen you to salvation through sanctification of the Spirit and belief of the truth:

1Pe 1:2 Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied.

 

 Question #8: What is the difference between the prescribed limit of a sacrifice and being redeemed?


Answers:

The Testators Covenant (Testament/Will) specified the prescribed limit of a sacrifice—DEATH OF THE TESTATOR.

Hbr 9:16 For where a testament [is], there must also of necessity be the death of the testator.

Hbr 9:17 For a testament [is] of force after men are dead: otherwise it is of no strength at all while the testator liveth.

The death must be equal to the sentence for our wages of sin—some form of eternal death OF THE TESTATOR who was DIVINE ONLY when He made the Testament.


Humanity could not atone for sin.


Redemption From Sin

It was Christ’s faithfulness in overcoming sin unto His human death that qualified Him to take upon Himself all our sins and thus redeem us from sin. But that would have been of no avail but to pardon sin forever without the CURE provided by the highest good gift heaven can bestow, His crowning gift of His Holy Spirit that empowers to overcome the lusts of the world.


Question #9: What happens to the Godhead, the Atonement, and our redemption when we deny a THIRD PERSON as being part of the Godhead?


Answers:


Because Divinity could not die on the cross, and because Divinity cannot die as we know death, the Son of God had to “die” to something eternally to meet the prescribed limit of a sacrifice which was “death of the Testator,” eternally, for while He liveth, the Testament is of no strength. So the Son died FOREVER to being DIVINE ONLY. It is that death that satisfied/satisfies the Testator’s covenant, for no human could atone for any breach in God’s Covenant.

The means by which the Son died to His Divinity FOREVER was to be combined with humanity forever. That involved a THIRD PERSON. When we deny that THIRD PERSON, we deny the actual Sanctuary/Atonement itself, because it was the Incarnation Sanctuary Atonement sacrifice that produced a THIRD PERSON! That is as antichrist as one can get if he/she makes this denial knowingly.


Question #10: Could two persons in the Godhead fulfill the Everlasting Covenant, the Testator’s Covenant? (The answer is no, but why not?).


Answer:


The reasons neither one nor two persons to the Godhead could fulfill the Everlasting Testator’s Covenant is because Divinity cannot die. If Divinity (God) died, the universes would fall apart for it is His life that holds all together in its delicate balance. The Son was thus absolutely necessary to the Sanctuary/Atonement sacrifice.

 

Also, God the Father could not be cumbered with humanity because that act cumbered the Omni attributes of the Son and that could not occur involving the Father who must possess all of them on a continuum basis to hold all creation together in its precision balance. So the Son was entirely necessary to atone for any breach in God’s Covenant.

 

Cumbered with humanity Christ could not be in every place personally, therefore it was altogether for their advantage that He should leave them to go to His Father and send the Holy Spirit to be His successor on earth. The Holy Spirit is Himself divested of the personality of humanity and independent thereof. He would represent Himself as present in all places by His Holy Spirit.” E.G. White, (Manuscript Releases Volume 14 (No’s 1081-1135) MR No.1084.

 

Could the Father and the Son Have DONE IT ALL WITH TWO?

 

The answer is NO! Why? Because the son had to “die” eternally to something by dying to His DIVINE ONLY HOLY SPIRIT HIMSELF, to be combined with humanity FOREVER. This gave rise to the THIRD PERSON, and without that THIRD PERSON, there was no eternal sacrifice in payment for the wages of sin, which is eternal death. So without a THIRD PERSON, the Testator would still live as He always existed—HOLY SPIRIT DIVINE NATURE ONLY, and that would violate the Testator’s Covenant whereby the Testament (Will) is of no strength (is not valid) without some form of eternal death of the Testator.

 

Some Additional Data for Your Personal Help and Edification in Studying This All-Important Issue


Jhn 4:24 God [is] a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship [him] in spirit and in truth.

 

They have one God and one Saviour; and one Spirit—the Spirit of Christ” (9T p. 289)

 

Now the Lord is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is; there is

Liberty.” (2 Cor. 3:17)

 

For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself.” John 5:26.

 

"He (Christ) suffered the death which was ours, that we might receive the life which WAS His." Desire of Ages, p. 25 1 Cor. 11:24-265, cf. John 6:53, 54, Titus 3:5, 6.


Christ became one flesh with us, in order that we might become one spirit with Him. It is by virtue of this union that we are to come forth from the grave,--not merely as a manifestation of the power of Christ, but because, through faith, His life has become ours. Those who see Christ in His true character, and receive Him into the heart, have everlasting life. It is through the Spirit that Christ dwells in us; and the Spirit of God, received into the heart by faith, is the beginning of the life eternal.” Desire of Ages, p. 388.


Christ gives them the breath of His own Spirit, the life of His own Life.” Desire of Ages, p. 827, par. 3.

 

The Holy Spirit is the breath of life in the soul. The impartation of the Spirit is the impartation of the life of Christ. It imbues the receiver with the attributes of Christ.” Desire of Ages, p. 805.

 

They have one God and one Saviour; and one Spirit—the Spirit of Christ—is to bring unity into their ranks.” Testimonies, Vol. 9, p. 189.

 

They must have His grace, the Spirit of Christ, to help their infirmities, or they cannot form a Christian character. Jesus loves to have us come to Him, just as we are—sinful, helpless, dependent.” Faith and Works, p. 38.

 

Act 3:26  Unto you first God, having raised up his Son Jesus, sent him to bless you, in turning away every one of you from his iniquities.

 

Rom 1:5 By whom we have received grace and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations, for his name


1Pe 1:2 Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied. 

 

Divinity Suffered and Sank Versus Divinity did not Die

 

Men need to understand that Deity suffered and sank under the agonies of Calvary” (Manuscript 44, 1898, and the Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary Volume 7, p.907).

 

(NO) “He who said, 'I lay down my life, that I might take it again,’ came forth from the grave to life that was in himself. Humanity died: divinity did not die. In his divinity, Christ possessed the power to break the bonds of death” (The Youth’s Instructor, August 4, 1898 pr.1)

 

IF ANYONE CAN REFUTE THIS TESTIMONY POINT BY POINT WITH BIBLE AND SOP EVIDENCE, I WILL GLADLY PUBLISH YOUR WORK FAR AND WIDE!

 

In the name of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,

 

Ronald William Beaulieu, a slave servant to the Master Jesus Christ

 


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