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Bro Leonard's comment on 10/12/2016, 2:40pm...

Trinity is a doctrine of man trying to understand God carnally. God is one Person not three. He is Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
He manifests Himself in those three offices at different times. Isaiah 9:6 prophecy proves it.
(Trinity theology is a Roman polytheistic belief - it's the reason why most Jews and Arabs - blood descendants of Abraham can't accept the Gospel )

 


Bro.John's comment on 9/30/2016, 10:16pm...

Thank you for an opportunity to share ;Hebrews chpt. 1, to me is a rallying cry to support "Believers ". Hebrews Chpt. 1 confirms the Royalty of JESUS CHRIST and WHO JESUS CHRIST IS ,The SON OF GOD ! You can plainly see the Authority given CHRIST in beginning All Creation .St.John 1:1 summarizes the matter . And Hebrews 1:5 clearly states a very important question " For unto whom did GOD say SON ?

 


Terry's comment on 8/26/2016, 6:25pm...

Hebrews begins with god and it will end with god for He is the Alpha and Omega

 


Sylvia's comment on 8/23/2016, 8:59am...

An answer to Dominic Butler,

Yes GOD and Jesus created the earth. Go to your scripture and read John 1:1-3, 10 and also Genesis 1:26.

In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with GOD and the Word was GOD.

 


Dominic Butler's comment on 7/26/2016, 12:17am...

I am confused, does this mean that God and Jesus created earth? Or is it in reference to the trinity?

 


Irene123's comment on 6/01/2016, 5:04pm...

To Wayne on the trinity- "................Christ in you, the hope of glory".

 


Sylvia's comment on 6/01/2016, 9:47am...

Trinity,
God is our creater of the heavens and earth, he is the father of Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ is our Lord and Saviour, he saved us from our sins by shedding his precious bleed
The Holy Spirit came that we would be filled, baptized and empowered ( Gen 1:1-2, John 14:16-17, 1st Corinthian 12:12-14, Act 1:5)

 


Wayne's comment on 5/29/2016, 5:51pm...

Toni, one God, three distinct persons. All working for the same purposes. Unlike humans who strive for individuality, and praise, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost work together.

 


Peter Remy's comment on 1/17/2016, 11:40pm...

God almighty himself explained to us who Jesus Christ is.

 


T's comment on 11/30/2015, 12:43pm...

Praise God, he sends ministering Angeles to us,if we are his redeemed

 


Asiamh Paul's comment on 11/09/2015, 9:50am...

God all almighty is all I need

 


Keshia's comment on 11/04/2015, 2:06pm...

What I like is that I find peace in knowing God will and can provide. He will declare His power at all times.

 


Toni Armstrong's comment on 10/24/2015, 12:16pm...

I don't know about Trinity. One God three offices or roles I guess.

 


John madden's comment about verse 2 on 10/09/2015, 7:33am...

Thru his son ..not the pope not the popular views but thru christ..

 


Lonnie's comment on 10/02/2015, 7:25pm...

In response to Grant: You asserted that the word "Trinity" was an unscriptural term and you are sadly mistaken. By examining this great book of Hebrews you can clearly see that the Triune God is taught, even though the word Trinity is not stated. In vs. 1:8 we notice that the quotation from PSA 45:6 is used showing us that God the Father calls the Son "GOD" and you will find the Holy Spirit referred to as "GOD" in Acts 5:3-4. Any logical mind should have no difficulty understanding this Scriptural Truth.

 


Norm's comment on 10/01/2015, 9:23am...

So beautiful! Isaiah 45:15 Verily thou art a God that hidest thyself, O God of Israel, the Saviour. All praise and thanks be to our LORD JESUS CHRIST! Amen

 


Jerry's comment on 9/17/2015, 9:26am...

It is very iromical but very interested

 


Lorna's comment on 8/29/2015, 5:21pm...

Speaking of the Son, the Father said: "Thy throne oh God....".The Father referred to the Son as God!" You must read the entire bible and its a repeated theme: The Son is God in the flesh.

 


Craig's comment on 5/26/2015, 12:49pm...

But unto the Son he saith, Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: a sceptre of righteousness is the sceptre of thy kingdom. The bible is very clear about who the SON is.

 


Grant's comment about verse 3 on 5/23/2015, 11:52am...

This is in responce to Kays misinformation about the word "worship " inregard to Heb 1:6. I will explain useing terms from the scriptures and not unscriptual terms like "God made in the flesh ", or "trinity ",or "God the son " or even "Mother of God ". I will start with the defining of the word "worship ". Proskyneo translated from greek is worship. At Acts 10:25 Cornilius worshiped Peter. Was Peter God? At Rev 22:8 John worshiped an angel. Was that angel God? Same thing at Rev 19:10. Was that angel God? At Mathew 14:33 Jesus 's own disiples worshiped him but they said he was Gods son. The act of worship can have many forms. Bowing down, bending at the knee, kissing the cheek, kissig the ground. But when using a form of the word worship the spelling may be differant. So, getting back to Hebrews 1:6. Did the angels worship the son because he was God? What did one of the angels say to Mary when he told her that she was going to have a child? Did the angel say the child would be God? No. That angel knew the child would be the son of the MOST HIGH. Also remember that at Heb.1:6 those angels were angels of God, and showing respect to their God they worshied the son. As in Rev.19:10 and Rev.22:9 the angels knew who to worship.

 


Tina Gravelle's comment on 4/29/2015, 11:40am...

Someone has said that "Christianity did not exist when Hebrews was written. " INCORRECT One only has to read the Book of Hebrews to see that this statement is incorrect. Theologically speaking, scholars generally regard the book of Hebrews to be second in importance only to Paul 's letter to the Romans in the New Testament. No other book so eloquently defines Christ as high priest of Christianity, superior to the Aaronic priesthood, and the fulfillment of the Law and the Prophets. The book of Hebrews is a General Epistle Apostolic Letter . It was written mainly to the Hebrew believers. The author is anonymous, although either Paul or Barnabas was traditionally accepted as the author. It was written approximately 67 A.D. The best way to begin understanding what the Bible says is to READ IT!

 


Precious hensaw's comment on 4/22/2015, 8:06pm...

Am a christian and I believe in God I also think the book of Hebrew is a message to us the children of God.....

 


Susanna's comment on 4/20/2015, 8:22pm...

In response to Arthur. I presume that you are a Jew, part of the nation to whom God sent the good holy Law through the prophets and angels. Moses was extremely blessed to have received the law and went on to write of its fullness, inspired by God. However what happens if what is good and holy and right and true ie The Torah, the Law is read, studied and understood but cannot be followed. Cannot be followed in heart and spirit and mind and body. Not just in outward show but in reality of its fullness. We see that a penalty for sin was instituted for the forgiveness of sins. However every year a remembrance of sins is made and in fact every day a remembrance of sins is made. We cannot escape the reality of our fallen nature and our sins, especially when we look into the good Torah. Especially when we concentrate and study and see it 's beautiful precepts and commands. However we are dumbfounded and left silent as we study and see that we do not do all that is commanded in the law to do it. So we have made God our enemy. Just as thousands fell in the desert when they did not receive and obey Moses ' testimony and law handed down. They fell and were no more. Hence there seems a huge problem with our obedience not the Torah. And hence we all need God to save us. Just as the prophets in The Torah testify of a day God would come and save them. Yes the sacrifices and cleansings were instituted but still a day remains that they waited for God to finally deliver them from their captivity, not just to their outside enemies, but also to their inward enemies and from themselves as their sin had made them detestable to God, just as they fell in the desert after the law was given. And so if we turn outr eyes to the historical Jesus we see that he taught the good holy law in its fullness and infact raised it even more. He said not if you commit adultery are you in danger of hell fire but if you look with lust upon another. He also said if you call your brother a fool 'racha ' you are in danger of hell fire. Every Jew would not and could not rejoice at these sayings for who would be spared from such demands from the Torah. Good demands nontheless, but the problem lay with us. We could not do them. And so the penalty of sin remained, sickness, poverty, sadness, and ultimately our death. So we see that Christ then went around and was recorded to have made a man born blind see again, cleansed lepers, healed the sick and calmed the seas and storm and wind, and ultimately on three accounts raised people from the dead. These accounts have not just been recorded in the Bible by writers but also by non Christians recording history. Research will show you that. It seems as though the penalty for sin was being altered and God was visiting man with miracles never before seen in such unprecedented power and demonstration. It was a merciful ministration as he came to the outcasts, all those shunned by the Jewish authorities, because of their sins and diseases and demonic possession outward show of God alienating them from blessing . Hence the displays of miracles were such that He had authority over sin, sickness, demons, and even death. He did what no man could ever do and never hid His greatness in false humility but was infact aiming to show the Jewish nation and ultimately all His creatures that He was God visiting them. The ultimate sign was he prophesied of His death and said, That God would no longer dwell in a building made with hands ie Solomons temple, as it would be destroyed and in three days raised up. he would then dwell in one made with no hands. I will dwell in the hearts of my people. My great Holy Spirit will dwell in them. So upon rising from death, the Jews were transformed and filled with a power, love and soundness of mind, never experienced in such outpouring that even His followers were doing great miracles. The Jews refused to acknowledge this and began persecuting those who were now empowered. So God had finally accomplished what He had always set out to do..to save man from his sin. Torah reveals His need for salvation, as there is no boasting in a man who does not do the Torah, no matter how hard he reads it, studies it and teaches it. He must call out and say, God be merciful to me and save me. Hence there is no need to despise Jesus as God proved Him to be true and His words true through His life and death and resurrection, demonstrated with God 's power. He is the one you are waiting for. He has arrived and fulfilled all that Torah was waiting for. In Zechariah 3 in Torah, it speaks of a day that God would remove the iniquity of the land..He would remove it in one day. A day that had not yet come, but Zechariah was saying would come. This day was on the Passover festival when Christ died. The Passover day reminding people of the spotless lamb that was used to deliver God ' 's people from destruction, signifying that the ultimate sacrifice had come and was being slain before their eyes, just as Torah had prophesied. It was Jesus The Christ who would save them from the penalty of their sins and ultimate destruction. I know this to be true not just from what I have read, and been convinced of in Scripture, but also by an inward witness, whom God has used to perform countless miracles that had begun to happen when I received the testimony of Christ in my early twenties. He has graciously used dreams and words of knowing and many such things, to warn me of dangers at times. My childrens lives were spared many times after God revealed danger. Too may stories to tell. Of words prophesying to me of things to come before they actually happened. Visions of people I would meet before I met them. Words I would know about people 's struggles before they divulged them to me. When I believed in Jesus The Christ I was filled with God. His life was being pured out into me and telling me, and showing me, and leading me with His power and wisdom and strength, and all good things a wretch like me never deserved. I was, as the woman who should have been stoned for committing adultery, just as Torah says. But God who is rich in mercy chose to reveal His Son to me, and now He lives in me by His very presence, His Spirit. Just as He promised, no longer will I dwell in a building made with hands, but in the hearts of my people. Blessed be to Our Lord God Almighty and Jesus Christ who has blessed us with all things in heavenly places. We bow our knee to the One who is above all and through whom all things exist, to our God and Saviour Jesus The Christ.

 


Arthur's comment on 4/09/2015, 11:23pm...

Consider these facts about Hebrews: Hebrews was written by an unknown author. It was not signed. Christianity did not exist when Hebrews was written. It was written by an unknown writer to the Levites of the Levitical priesthood. It explains to these Jews how the that offered sacrifices of animals that there was a supreme sacrifice of the perfect lamb of God that was so great that it took the place of animal sacrifices. the priest were 'out of a job ' that had been given to them by the God of Abraham , Isaac, and Jacob. they had trouble understanding this. The Torah law was not done away with.,,, but the sacrificial system was upgraded to its highest level. Understanding the perception of the Jewish believers will help to bring one to an understanding of this hard to understand book. Remember- the only thing we need to be saved from is Sin ....Sin is Transgression of the Law. Study deeply. Study Torah ....

 


Peter nganga's comment on 4/07/2015, 1:03pm...

it has complet inspiration over who is jesus.It has abandunt life in it.A great deal of revelation by explaining the position of the son in the holy trinity.No doubt one of the life giving chapters of the bible.I thank God for it.

 


 

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