The Father, The Son & The Holy Spirit

There is no other explanation that can make sense unless it is written in the Bible. But what is the Bible? It is a medium through which God guides, inspires, encourages, and rebukes us. God Is Very Holy. He is Supreme, and He exists in the Trinity. To be honest, there is no better way we can express who God is.

One famous preacher said If you try to explain The Father, the Son & The Holy Spirit, you will lose your mind. And that is true. However, if you deny the Trinity, you will weaken your faith. And that is correct. Honestly, we cannot guarantee the best explanation, but we can look at the definition of the Trinity.

Jesus Christ the Prophesized Messiah the Son of GodThe Trinity Defined

The best definition of the Trinity remains impossible to get. However, any of the great ecumenical creeds can serve better.

We believe in one True Living God, the Creator of Heaven and Earth. He is Almighty, Eternal, Unchangeable, Infinitely Powerful, Omniscient, Omnipresent, Just, Holy…

How Can We Understand The Trinity?

We believe that God eternally exists in three Persons: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. And the three are one God, co-equal and co-eternal. He is inseparable, with the same attributes and nature and worthy of precisely the same worship, obedience, and confidence. Matthew 3:16, 17

After the baptism of Jesus, heaven opened, and the Spirit of God come down on him like a dove. Then a voice came out of heaven, stating that, “This is my dearly loved Son, I am well pleased with Him.”

Also, the book of Matthew 28:19, 20; Mark 12:29; John 1:14; Acts 5:3, 4; and II Corinthians 13:14 are very clear about the Trinity.

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Points to note here…

There is Only One God

  • He exists in three Persons
  • He’s Worthy of Equal Praise and Worship
  • He is Distinct yet acting in unity
  • Equal and Eternal
  • Constituting the one true God of the Bible

Also, the Bible insists that the three Persons in the Trinity are called God. While the Bible acknowledges that there is only one God, It refers to the Persons of the Trinity as God in different Scriptures. So, there is God the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit.

  • Father — Galatians 1:1
  • Son — John 20:28
  • Spirit — Acts 5:3-4

What is The Biblical Evidence of Trinity

The Bible reveals that all three Persons are associated together and equally.

Jesus’ baptismJesus Christ the Prophesized Messiah the Son of God. The amazing picture of a man kneeling on the ground before a cross accepting Jesus Christ in his life.

In the book of Matthew 3:13-17, the Bible talks about the voice of the Father, during the baptism of the Son, on Whom the Spirit descended like a dove.

Salvation

1 Peter 1:2. Here the word of God is clear of how we are chosen by God the Father, sanctified by the Holy Spirit, and sprinkled with the blood of Jesus.

During Sanctification

According to 2 Corinthians 13:14. The Bible identifies the Trinity based on the grace of the Lord Jesus, with the love of God the Father, with the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.

Baptism for Christians

From the scripture, the book of Matthew 28:19, Jesus instructed His disciples to preach salvation and baptize in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

When Praying

Ephesians 3:14-21, we are strengthened by His Holy Spirit, knowing the love of Jesus Christ, as we are filled with the fullness of God.

Growing as Christians

2 Thessalonians 2:13 we are chosen by God the Father, loved by the Lord Jesus Christ, and sanctified by the Holy Spirit.

What are the Frequently Asked Questions About The Trinity?

A. Where do you find the word Trinity in the Bible?

Honestly, the word “Trinity” is not in the Bible. However, we don’t discard it just because it is not found in the Bible. Indeed, the concept or the idea behind the Trinity is unfathomable. We believe in the Trinity because of what the Bible teaches.

B. Is there any other word to use other than Trinity?

Yes, there is. According to the theologians, the word Tri-Unity can be used. Also, there is a third word that we need to know. Often, theologians use “Triune.” That’s a synonym for Trinity.

In summary,

We are only but mortal beings. And God is the creator, maker, and Isaiah calls Him the Potter. Isaiah 64:8

“But now, O Lord, you’re the Father. You’re our Potter, and we’re all the work of your hand.”

And God is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. On the other hand, the Trinity existed before creation. That is why in Genesis, God said, Let’s make man in our image. Genesis 1:26. Here, God was referring to the Trinity.

In Genesis 1:2,

… and the Spirit of God was moving over the waters.”

So, the Holy Spirit, who is the spirit of God, existed even before the earth was formed. And He (the Holy Spirit) is the creator.

Aside from that, the Bible has revealed the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ before and during creation. That’s why, through His teachings, Jesus said that He was there before Abraham. John 8:58 … Before Abraham came into being, I am. So, that is an indication that Jesus Christ was there before creation. Also, this is revealed in the book of John 1:1-3. On top of that, Jesus Christ came to the world to fulfill the will of the Father. John 8:1-59.

He came to save us from the consequences of sin — death. He is the Savior. Above all, Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Liberator, and the Savior of humankind.

What’s the Bible Proof that Jesus Christ is the Messiah?

Even after His coming, teachings, torture, and His death and resurrection, some individuals pretend to be the Messiah. Others have come with ministries that help them navigate without criticism or resistance. Still, there is a section of individuals who call themselves “mighty prophets,” yet they are just self-proclaimed.

But How Do You Proof The Messiah?

The Messiah is identified by the genealogical background, the timeframe of his arrival, place of birth, and other characteristics. All of them are hinted at in the Bible.

While there are many Messianic prophesies. Also, there is Biblical evidence that Jesus Christ is the faithful Savior. Here is all we need to know!

In the book of Genesis 49:10, the Messiah would be from the tribe of Judah.Genesis:49.10 — The scepter won’t depart from Judah. Neither the ruler’s staff will leave from between His feet until He comes — the one to whom it belongs.

  • Also, the Messiah would be a descendant of King David: That is according to 2 Samuel 7:12-16
  • The Messiah was going to be born at Bethlehem: Micah 5:2
  • Besides, the Messiah would come before the Second Temple gets destroyed: Daniel 9:24-27
  • Also, the Messiah would come on a donkey: Zechariah 9:9
  • He would be tortured to death: Psalm 22:1-31

Consequently, the Messiah’s life would match the description, including suffering, arrest and trial, death, and burial, which would be in a rich man’s tomb. More importantly, the resurrection of Jesus Christ. All these were written in the Bible: Isaiah 52:13-53:12

Regarding the lineage, birthplace, time, and lifestyle of Jesus Christ, everything matched the Messianic expectations.

What makes Jesus different from other people who have claimed to be the Messiah?

After the birth, crucifixion, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ, several false individuals have claimed to be the “messiah.” However, all their claims have failed the messianic tests.

In the Bible,

Jesus rose from the dead.

The resurrection is perfect evidence, and it is probably the most convincing vindication of Jesus as the true Messiah.

Jesus transforms people’s lives.

Because He gave up His life to die on the cross as an atonement for sin and reconciliation with God, Jesus Christ brings peace, joy, and purpose into our lives. Apart from having faith in Him, there is no other basis for true peace or directions except for Jesus, as the psalmist reveals, “Man is estranged from the womb.”

So, Jesus Christ is the Messiah. And as He said in the book of John 14:6. He is the way, truth, and life. Jesus conquered death through the resurrection of the body so that we may live.

Therefore, in any circumstances, we need to pray in the Lord Jesus Christ. Are you worried and don’t know what to do? Here is what you need to do!

5 Things a Believer Needs to Do Every Day

Bring every difficulty into captivity

2 Corinthians 10:4-5

Allow God to take control of everything. Proverbs 16:3

Trust in God in all you do. Psalms 34:8

Pray and worship God in all that you do Psalm 34:1-4

Read the word of God regularly.

John 15:7

Finally,

He is omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient. God exists in Trinity — the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. God is the creator of heaven and earth. By God’s love, He sent His only son to come and die so that our sins may be forgiven. Indeed, Jesus Christ is the true Messiah. He’s the way, truth, and life.

In-Depth Prayer of Salvation,

Lord Jesus Christ, I am a sinner. And I’ve fallen short of your glory. I know and believe that you died on the cross so that I may have eternal life. I am sincerely thankful, Almighty God, for your most generous gift of salvation, because by the death of your son Jesus Christ, my sins and guilt were taken away.

Thank you so much for accepting and saving me for heaven. Dear Lord Jesus Christ, I pray that you protect me from temptations and unacceptable habits. I commit my life to you, for I trust in you. In the Mighty Name of the Lord Jesus, I pray and believe. Amen!

Thank you Lord Jesus for everything you have done in my life, and saving me from a continued life of separated pain, and despair without hope. I found my hope peace and eternal salvation in our Lord Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday of 2010, and now I am complete and equipped to spread the good news. Amen, your brother in Christ, Jack

Amen!

Did you believe that? Share your experience in the comments section. God be with you, Love, your eternal brothers in Christ, Jack, and Collins.

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4 thoughts on “Jesus Christ the Prophesied Messiah the Son of God”

  1. Hello Jack,

    thanks for this really nice article you have shared here. As a  believer there is so much that can take our attention from the truth about Christ and it would be very nice to see such an article that would give you all the faith you’ll need to carry you through the phase you are in. Believing in Christ would liberate you from anything 

    1. Thank you, ReeceMichael, for your very enlightening and faith-bearing comments within our Christian blog, on Jesus Christ the Prophesied Messiah post, as it is a true blessing to hear from my brothers and sisters in Christ, as well as anyone. Be blessed, Jack

  2. Hello Jack, thanks for sharing your article ‘Jesus Christ the Prophesied Messiah the Son of God‘, I really enjoyed reading it. The trinity is one of the tenets of Christianity and therefore one of its most discussed which, just as you have said, can be a very difficult or confusing concept to grasp for most people but your article has helped with that. 

    1. Thank you, Sean, for your very enlightening and faith bearing comments within our Christian blog, on Jesus Christ the Prophesied Messiah post, as it is a true blessing to hear from my brothers and sisters in Christ, as well as anyone. Be blessed, Jack

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