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Monday, 26 April 2010 22:21

It is very intriguing for me this topic because only the Jews and the Moslems believe in just one God, Protestants and Catholic believe FOR SURE in at least three different Gods: The Father, The Son and the Holy Ghost and they still call the LDS   no Christian because they believe in more than one God. The Bible begins in this way:" In the beginning HELOHIM" Do you know the real meaning of this word Helohim? in Hebrew means "Gods" going ahead but the Bible when God is referring to Himself was always using the article LET'S that in a correct language it is always referred to at least two people and when Adam and Eve partook of the fruit God sated: Man is become like one of us. Just to make sure that the reader shouldn't do any mistake.

What about Lucifer

Genesis 3:5
5 For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as GODS, knowing good and evil.

Lucifer could afford to say something to shock Eve at this point? Eve could answer "What Gods! I know just about one"

When there was the time at the Babel's tower God said "Let's go down to confound their language" It seems very strange to me that God wanted to confound mankind when was making these clear statements. Don't forget that Jesus preached the same doctrine in fact the high priest when rented his clothing to manifest that Jesus was saying something for Him blasphemous cried out:"Our God is one" clearly this meant that according to the statement that Jesus have just given to him that Jesus prophesied plurality of Gods.

Jesus clearly taught that particular doctrine to the Jews John 10:34 and remarked that that particular scripture "cannot be broken" the only scripture that Jesus wanted to make sure that no one couldn't twist or misunderstand.

There are also many references in the Bible to a plurality of Gods. Note that these references are not speaking of heathen deities, nor of pagan gods. These are speaking of divine personages who dwell on high. Though they are not God of this earth, their existence is clearly and reputably acknowledged in the Bible, and they are alluded to with respect by inspired biblical authors.

Exodus 15:11

Exodus 18:11

Deuteronomy 10:17

Psalm 97:9

Psalm 135:5

Psalm 138:1

The Father is the God of gods because He has many sons who bear His exalted title for this reason is called the Most High God

Genesis 14:18-20,22

Numbers 24:16

Daniel 11:36

Even Paul declared the same teaching in 1 Corinthians 8:5

And remember that Paul declared too that there are families in heaven by which the earthly family is named after Helohim Ephesians 3:14-15

These verses and many more in the Bible, clearly indicate that the biblical prophets and writers knew and taught that there are many Gods and these verses are not speaking of false gods, pagan deities

If Jesus is the firstborn in the spirit according to the Bible Colossians 1:15

Revelation 3:14

clearly it means that God had more sons because when the Bible is referring to Jesus in the flesh is speaking about the only begotten son, instead of Firstborn and it is interesting that people baptized are numbered in the church of the firstborn and they will gain the same inheritance that Jesus had.

I John 3:2

Romans 8:16-17

Romans 8:29

1 Corinthians 15:49

Philippians 3:21

From the book "New light upon old tradition" by Lucille De Merschman pag 51

"Are we not in the caterpillar stage?

Each of us is likely to follow the tendency to settle down in our own little cocoon and be resigned to life as it appears to be, quite certain that what we believe and think and feel is the way it is. However, now and then something stirs within and one asks himself, "Isn't there more to life than this?" He begins to examine some of his opinions and belief and is not quite so sure that he knows all there is to know. He asks:"What is truth?" The cocoon is beginning to crack. He feels new motivations, new inspiration and inner feelings of compassion and love awakening within him. Love takes on new meaning; it is less and less selective and discriminative. he finds he can even love those whom he had formerly condemned. It is not easy to drop the cocoon. It requires courage to stand alone when others urge him back to the old ways. the same old self-will and self-interest keep wanting to hold him back. But something within him refuses to be held within old limitations and finally and it may take years, as again it may not he can be free and become a new creature in Christ consciousness. For, like the butterfly, this was his pattern and purpose from the beginning, that he should be a child of God, made in His image and likeness. It has been thought that this Christ awareness, the soul awakening, would come only after death, but"NOW are we sons of God, and it does not yet appear what we shall be, but we know that when He does appear we shall BE LIKE HIM for we shall see Him as He is." 1 John 3:2

Romans 8:19
19 For the earnest expectation of the creature waiteth for the manifestation of the sons of God.

Galatians 4:6
6 And because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father.

and also He declared:" The things I do ye shall do also, AND GREATER THINGS shall ye do." He claimed nothing for Himself that He did not claim for US.

and the Bible is even more clear that we will receive the same inheritance that Jesus had the book of revelation is full of these references and if Jesus is God and our brother and if we are sons' of God the Father why should we afraid to think that one day we will be like our Father and our Brother?

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