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God, Jesus, Holy Spirit: Do Christians Serve Three Gods?

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God, Jesus, Holy Spirit: Do Christians Serve Three Gods?

This is indeed a significant question!

God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are not three distinct Gods; they are, in fact, one God.

But how can God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit be one?

Jesus is the creator of the heavens, the earth, all galaxies, and planets. He is also identified as God and the Holy Spirit.

God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are one entity; it is their respective responsibilities and roles that distinguish them.

To illustrate, consider an individual who is an entrepreneur, a husband, and a father. The roles and responsibilities associated with each role vary depending on the context.

As an entrepreneur, you are perceived as the leader, the one in charge of your company by your employees.

As a father, you are viewed differently by your children.

As a husband, your wife sees you in another light.

Similarly, God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit assume distinct roles and responsibilities.

God is the divine creator, the originator of everything, and is singular in His essence.

Jesus, on the other hand, is both fully human and fully God, who came to Earth to offer salvation to mankind, providing them with the opportunity to be reunited with God at the culmination of this world.

The Holy Spirit, also divine, dwells within believers who accept Jesus as their savior, guiding them in carrying out the will of God on Earth.

It is through the work of salvation that God assumes these different roles and responsibilities, ultimately remaining one divine entity.

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