SECOND WEEK OF STUDIES
Unity and Trinity of God - Page 6

3. They recognized the Holy Spirit as God.
(1) Matt. 3:11_____________________________________________________

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(2) Rom. 8:16______________________________________________________

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(3) John 14:26 ____________________________________________________

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(4) John 16:7 _____________________________________________________

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(5) Acts 2:4 ______________________________________________________

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(6) Acts 5:3, 4 ___________________________________________________

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(7) Heb. 9:14 _____________________________________________________

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(8) I Cor. 2:10 ___________________________________________________

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Definition of Terms as Related to the Unity and Trinity of God

God: By this term is meant that there is one Supreme Deity who possesses all the non-moral and moral prerogatives and attributes.

Jesus: By this term is meant that human nature of the God-man, Christ Jesus, who is Son of Adam, Son of Abraham, Son of David, and Son of Mary, who was begotten by the Holy Ghost in the womb of the blessed virgin; that He had a beginning, was human in nature with limitations in wisdom, power, presence and time, yet being begotten, He was also Son of God and indeed was Christ, the very God.

Christ: By this term is meant that He was the second member of the Trinity in whom dwelt all the fullness of the Godhead bodily. He was one God with the Father, co-equal, co-eternal, and possessed all divine prerogatives and attributes. Being of one essence with the Father and the Holy Ghost, He condescended and took up on Himself the form of man. In the union of these two natures through conception, neither the attributes of the divine nature were diminished, nor did the limitations of the human nature become unlimited, yet He was one person, very God and perfect man, one Lord Jesus Christ.


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