DEVOTIONAL: God’s Greatness Beyond Comphension

Job 37:5

God thundereth marvellously with His voice; great things doeth He, which we cannot comprehend.

How mighty and powerful is our Great Jehovah! This morning, let’s take a quick glance at just a few things our Lord is capable of doing!
Consider our Creator God, before all time, Is and Will Be throughout eternity!
By the authority of His voice, things were spoken into existence!
Every breath we take is a gift from our Father.
Incarnate God, the Only Begotten Son of the Most High, was sent from Glory to dwell sinless among mankind. From the cross, He asked forgiveness for those who put Him there. He had the ability to command His own Spirit into the Hands of His Father.
Because of Who He Is, He was able to conquer death itself, rising again to claim His victory and our freedom.
Master, Teacher, King, Lamb of God, there are so many Names for the One we call “Lord”!
He is all of these things and still in His greatness, kindness, love and mercy, allows us to call Him “Friend” and “Father”!
How far beyond an honor is it for us to be a child of the Most High!
His power has no limit and His love, no end!

Father in Heaven
Thank You for loving us
Please give us a love for you
So deep and real
That we cannot even understand it!
Please forgive our sins as we forgive
Those who sin against us
We give honor and praise
Recognition and sincere gratitude
For the privilege to come to You
Through the Name of Jesus
Never could we understand
What that truly cost You, Father
To see Your Precious Child
Mocked and slaughtered
Giving His life as Ransom
For the souls of sinners
O, God, Thank You seems so unworthy of
Such tremendous sacrifice!
Take our lives, Lord
Please conform it to what pleases You
Through the Blood of Jesus we come,


“I Stand Amazed (Oh How Wonderful Oh How Marvelous)”

“There Is Power In the Blood”

“Holy Is the Lord God Almighty”

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About voicevessel bwc

First, and most importantly, I love Jesus Christ and I trust in Him as my Lord and Savior. I was raised in a Christian home by a godly dad and mom (who planned and had me in July before turning 42 in August), and 5 older siblings. My father passed away when I was 7 and my mother (who went to be with the Lord in 2005 at 81) never remarried. As a child, I was bullied at school, so I did not have many friends. I didn't want to tell my mom this because I knew she had enough worry being a widow at 50. I know what it is like to be lonely. As an adult, God showed me the value of His Friendship and has blessed me, too, with rich relationships with dear friends who also love the Lord. My husband and I (married 31 years as of 2020), have three wonderful, adult children and son-in-law as well as three darling grandchildren. Along with many others, my husband lost his job, but we refuse to be fearful or angry. The Lord has provided for us and we are so thankful for the opportunity to express gratitude through personal contact and occasional memories I share through writing. I believe the Lord has given me a venue to engage with others and a means to share His Word. Thank you for checking out my page. I hope you enjoy what you read. If there is anything positive or insightful in the devotionals (NOT CALLING MY WRITING "INSPIRED" by any means!), I give all credit and glory to Jesus Christ! On the other side of that, when something makes no sense, that's all me
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40 Responses to DEVOTIONAL: God’s Greatness Beyond Comphension

  1. guestpeaker says:

    John 10:30 is not saying that Jesus is God but talk about the oneness like in other verses is also spoken about the oneness of us with Christ. Being one with Christ does not make us to be Christ and does not make us being god nor God, like Jesus was like angels (though he was first lower than them) , Apollo, Zeus, Pharaoh, Moses a god but not The God.


  2. When you say your partner and you are one, like you promised to be at you marriage vows, do you believe you are one and the same person? Why then with God and Jesus you take it that they should be one and the same when they are one in spirit?

    Please do compare also what is written in other places in the Scriptures:

    (#Joh 10:38)38 But if I am doing them, even though you do not believe me, believe the works,+ so that you may come to know and may continue knowing that the Father is in union with me and I am in union with the Father.”+

    (#Joh 17:11): 11 “I am no longer in the world, but they are in the world,+ and I am coming to you. Holy Father, watch over them+ on account of your own name, which you have given me, so that they may be one* just as we are one.*+

    (#Joh 17:20-23): 20 “I make request, not concerning these only, but also concerning those putting faith in me through their word, 21 so that they may all be one,+ just as you, Father, are in union with me and I am in union with you,+ that they also may be in union with us, so that the world may believe that you sent me. 22 I have given them the glory that you have given me, in order that they may be one just as we are one.+ 23 I in union with them and you in union with me, in order that they may be perfected into one,* so that the world may know that you sent me and that you loved them just as you loved me.

    (#Joh 14:10): 10 Do you not believe that I am in union with the Father and the Father is in union with me?+ The things I say to you I do not speak of my own originality,+ but the Father who remains in union with me is doing his works.

    (#Ro 12:5): 5 so we, although many, are one body in union with Christ, but individually we are members belonging to one another.+

    (#1Co 1:10): 10 Now I urge you, brothers, through the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you should all speak in agreement and that there should be no divisions among you,+ but that you may be completely united in the same mind and in the same line of thought.+

    (#Ga 3:28): 28 There is neither Jew nor Greek,+ there is neither slave nor freeman,+ there is neither male nor female,+ for you are all one in union with Christ Jesus.+

    (#Ro 15:5,6): 5 Now may the God who supplies endurance and comfort grant you to have among yourselves the same mental attitude that Christ Jesus had, 6 so that unitedly+ you may with one voice* glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

    (#2Co 13:11): 11 Finally, brothers, continue to rejoice, to be readjusted, to be comforted,+ to think in agreement,+ to live peaceably;+ and the God of love and of peace+ will be with you.

    (#Eph 4:1): 4 Therefore I, the prisoner+ in the Lord, appeal to you to walk worthily+ of the calling with which you were called,

    (#Eph 4:3): 3 earnestly endeavoring to maintain the oneness of the spirit in the uniting bond of peace.+

    (#Php 2:2): 2 make my joy full by being of the same mind and having the same love, being completely united,* having the one thought in mind.+

    In your way of thinking the apostles were or are God and are their followers and we too should be each other and should be Jesus and as such should be God. Do not forget that we are requested to become one with Jesus like Jesus is one with God. So in your opinion we should become Christ and as such shall become to be God.


  3. Marcus Ampe says:

    voicevessel bwc sayd on March 3, 2015 at 5:21 am “Three in One.. I am having the same type discussion with someone else. Yes, Jesus DOES say HE Is coming back. What is your view on Trinity.. It was explained to me like water in liquid, solid and gas.. All different, but all ONE”

    The water gas is a nice metaphor, like several metaphors could represent a trinity because “most things exist out of three” is the saying and always there is the gas form, which becomes fluid and later becomes hard, or the other way round. But in Scriptures the Divine Creator Himself gives the answer. He tells man that He is an eternal Spirit, not having any form or substance and having existence in eternity. God as such did not have a beginning, no birth and shall have no end, or can not die. Jesus had a beginning (being born) and had an end to his life (Jesus did really die). In case Jesus is God it would not stroke with Him telling the world nobody can see God and live.

    “And he said, Thou canst not see my face; for man shall not see me and live.” (Exodus 33:20 ASV)

    Jesus was seen by many, who did not fall death. Jesus even got some out of death.

    Jesus also showed the wounds he got from his impalement and said it was a proof that he was not a spirit. In case Jesus is God once again he would have told not the truth or would have lied, though lying is considered a sin and the Bible tells us that Jesus did not sin. Though Jesus also told the people around him that he did not know when he would come back or who would be seated next to him. In case Jesus is God once again he told not the truth, because God knows everything and than he would have known this. It not only makes a liar of God but also a cruel bully, because he did not make life easy for his followers. It also makes a fool of God giving the idea that God could not create a perfect world and demanded more form His creations than they could ever follow up. also god coming to the earth and then faking that He was tempted (because God cannot be tempted), that he felt lonely and even abandoned by God (how could He abandon Himself?), faking His death (because God cannot die) and than faking that after three days in hell (and what did He do in hell?) faking that He stood up from the dead and went back to Himself, but leaving all people here on earth still suffer thousands and thousands of years; We are still suffering and after World War III we shall still have to survive one thousand years before the final Kingdom will be there that once again God (according to trinitarians) shall hand over the Kingdom to Himself. According to the Scriptures and according to those that believe Jesus is the son of God and not god the son, it shall be Jesus who shall hand over the Kingdom to his Father and not to Himself. Trintiarians also make once more a fool of god because everything belongs already to God, so why and how can somebody give himself a present which belongs already to him?

    According to the Scriptures, what non-trintiarians do believe to be the truth, Jesus, who was lower than angels (according the Scriptures again) is now made higher and sits at the right hand of God to be a mediator for God, between God and man. (In case Jesus is God He cannot mediate between Himself and there would also not be any reason too).

    The Holy spirit or Pneuma spoken about in the scriptures is not a person or a second one in a tri-une God. It is simply the Power of God. It is God HImself Who is Thinking, Speaking, Handling, Being, Letting to be, Creating etc. as we can find many examples of His Work throughout all the Books of the Bible.

    God Himself created human in His image, so each being has elements of the Divine Creator and as such has divinity in him or herself. The divine qualities though have to come out and do have to be cultivated. That is what the prophets and the apostles are talking all about. Paul makes it even one of the major points in his writings. He tries to show the way how to become like Christ who did not his will but always conferred to doing the will of God. That is what we too should do. That is what Christ Jesus demanded from his followers, that they would become one with him as he is one with his Father. In case Jesus is God and demanding us to be one in the interpretation of the trinitarians, than we should on request of God all becoming Him and be God ourselves. some trinitarians could not think differently and after many years having been stuck with trinitarian came to such a conclusion that all of us have God in us and should become God as the sublime end product of our being.

    I would consider such a thing ‘bullshit’ (if I may use such a word) (sorry). Naturally we will never become like God, though we might work to become like Christ and try to reach to perfection like God is total perfection. But we are all limited, but not so limited that we would not be able to follow God His commandments, like many trinitarian theologians wants us to believe.

    My view on Trinity is that it is a human concoction, brought on to man in the 4th century to divide the power between the Caesar and the clergy. It was also part of bringing peace in the community and economics, so that again the vendors could sell their puppets and figurines of the many gods, now also having graven images of that tri-une god of the Catholics. Later the majority of reformers, though many saw the fault of trinity, did not want to go against the people who wanted to keep all their heathen traditions and are still keeping to those heathen traditions. (Christmas, Easter, Halloween,a.o.)

    Those who love Jesus should know what he really has done for mankind and should appreciate his offering of his body or soul (flesh and blood, where bones were not broken). His ransom offer we should receive in gratitude and be thankful to God that He wanted to accept this Lamb. Having a man of flesh and blood been taken out of the dead we also have an example to what really can happen to us as well. In case Jesus is God, who cannot die and Who says Himself that man nor death can do Him anything, than this fake resurrection would mean nothing to us. Than all the suffering of the apostles and our suffering is in vain.

    The Trinity is a creation of man to get people far away from God. Following Jesus, him showing the Way, we who respect what Jesus really has done, have the good hopes of the Gospel and can put all our trust in the Good News of the coming Kingdom.

    Out of brotherly love followers of Christ Jesus (= Christians) should go out in the world and teach that Good News of the coming Kingdom and as Jesus asked and how his Father also let the world know, we should get to get people to know the Name of the Real True God Who is One: The Elohim Hashem Jehovah.


  4. We also love to remind you that the Apostle Paul who was a dynamic leader first in the Jewish community, later in the Christian community and con-constructor or co-founder of Christianity and the church of Jesus Christ. As a Jew, Paul was keenly aware of the culture of the Jewish people and their customs, but recognized growth was necessary for his people to follow Jesus the Christ. Paul’s central message throughout his ministry focused on a simple concept: to become like Jesus Christ and live a life in accordance with his teachings and example. (I Co. 11:1, Ep. 5:1, 4:22-24, Ga. 3.27, Ro. 8:29) In establishing Christianity, Paul was on a journey to change the culture of the Jewish people to embrace a new reality given to them by Jesus.

    Saul/Paul like all the other apostles of the first hour knew that there exists only One God and all praised the God of Abraham, Who is One. Those chosen by Christ at several occasions said to Jesus who they thought he was and Jesus confirmed their thinking. Their eyes where opened by God so that they could see in Jesus the promised Messiah. It took some time before they dared to come out with it, but after the Holy spirit had given them sight and courage they went out into the world to confess what they had seen and heard and how they followed the man who they believed was God’s son sent to all people in the world to restore the relationship with God.

    All the teaching of the apostles centred around Jesus, not doing his will but the Will of his heavenly Father, being one with God like we should become one with God.


  5. How would you interpret this please?: John 17:21

    21 so that they may all be one,+ just as you, Father, are in union with me and I am in union with you,+ that they also may be in union with us, so that the world may believe that you sent me.


    • I believe it is talking about the Holy Trinity from first read. It sounds also like Christians being like minded in one accord as God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are .. How do you translate


    • I’m sorry, I thought my reply went through. I believe this is talking about being like minded and unified as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
      I will need to read the text in context to see if I still think that is what it is saying. How about how you read it?


      • We look at it in the same manner we look at the phrase telling us that Jesus is in union with his Father. We being one with Jesus like Jesus is one with God, mean being of the same thought and being on the same line of thinking; being in agreement with each other.

        It is not talking about the Holy Trinity, because there is only One True God, but as you come to your second conclusion, not “sounding” but really being “Christians being like minded in one accord as God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are” . But the Holy spirit is the Force of God, His thinking, handling, speaking, His doing … not a person, … not an element of the Trinity, but just an element of the One God. Jesus is also not a part of a three headed god, but as God tells us the “beloved son of God” and remember that God is not a liar. In case Jesus is God would God not have told a lie when Jesus was standing in the river Jordan?

        We being like minded with Jesus, being one with Jesus, shall not become Jesus and when Jesus is god like you say because Jesus is one with God, we will not become God like in your thinking, when being one with Jesus having become like Jesus, in your thought having become Jesus and than also having become God.

        We also being one with our partner and with our children are not the same person as our partner or as our children, though in your thought we would all be one and the same person …. very strange.


  6. When you believe that “Being One” means that the person is the same that you should continue in the same thinking. The Scriptures tells us followers of Christ Jesus should become one with him like Jesus is one with the Father; So if we do have to become one like Jesus is one with God and this makes you to say Jesus must be God than we being one and in union with Jesus would be also Jesus and as such would also be God. We do not think so! Perhaps your hopes are so, that you would come to live in heaven and be God, but we are afraid that God is and always shall be the Most High, even above Jesus whom shall give the Kingdom of God back to his heavenly Father after some time.

    To be One we should consider how it is still used in many languages (like ours in Belgium and in Israel) This number “1”, when used figuratively, conveys the thought of singleness, uniqueness, as well as unity and agreement in purpose and action. “Jehovah our God is one Jehovah,” said Moses. (De 6:4) He alone is Sovereign. He is unique. He does not share his glory with another, as is the case with pagan trinitarian gods. (Ac 4:24; Re 6:10; Isa 42:8) There is oneness in purpose and activity between Jehovah and Jesus Christ (Joh 10:30) and there should be complete unity of Christ’s disciples with God, with his Son, and with one another. (Joh 17:21; Ga 3:28) Such oneness is illustrated in the marriage arrangement.—Ge 2:24; Mt 19:6; Eph 5:28-32.


  7. “”I and the Father are one.”” (John 10:30 NAS)

    Does not say that Jesus is God or that God is Jesus. Jesus is talking about their condition of mind, their unity in spirit.

    Like man and wife in marriage should be one, they do not become one and the same person, neither the company boss with his company who also he says is one with his firm or a director with his institution.

    In verse 25, Jesus stated that he did works in the name of his Father. From verses 27 to 29, he talked about symbolic sheep whom his Father had given him. Both statements by Jesus would have made little sense to his listeners if he and his Father were one and the same person. Instead, Jesus said, in effect,

    ‘My Father and I are so close-knit that no one can take away the sheep from me, just as no one can take them away from my Father.’

    It is much like a son saying to his father’s enemy, ‘If you attack my father, you attack me.’ No one would conclude that this son and his father were the same person. But all could perceive the strong bond of unity between them.

    Jesus and his Father, Jehovah God, are also “one” in the sense that they are in complete agreement as to intentions, standards, and values. In contrast with Satan the Devil and the first human couple, Adam and Eve, Jesus never wanted to become independent of God. “The Son cannot do a single thing of his own initiative, but only what he beholds the Father doing,” Jesus explained.

    “For whatever things that One does, these things the Son also does in like manner.”—John 5:19; 14:10; 17:8.

    This strong bond of unity, however, does not make God and his Son, Jesus, indistinguishable from each other. They are two individuals. Each one has his own distinct personality. Jesus has his own feelings, thoughts, experiences, and free will. Nevertheless, he chose to submit his will to that of his Father. According to Luke 22:42, Jesus said: “Let, not my will, but yours take place.” These words would have been meaningless if his will could not differ from his Father’s. If Jesus and his Father were really one person, why did Jesus pray to God and humbly admit to not knowing things that only his Father knew?—Matthew 24:36.

    Members of many religions worship gods that are depicted as quarreling and fighting with their own family members. In Greek mythology, for example, Cronus overthrew his father, Uranus, and devoured his own children. How different this is from the oneness based on true love between Jehovah God and his Son, Jesus! And how this unity endears them to us! In fact, we have the incomparable privilege of being in union with these two highest Persons in all the universe. Regarding his followers, Jesus prayed: “I make request . . . that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in union with me and I am in union with you, that they also may be in union with us.”—John 17:20, 21.

    Thus, when Jesus said, “I and the Father are one,” he was speaking, not of a mysterious Trinity, but of a wonderful unity—the closest bond possible between two persons.


    • May we also remind you of other places in Scriptures where Jesus clearly says he is somebody else than his heavenly Father who is greater than Jesus.


      An interesting note form history:

      The Reformers were especially upset by Campanus’ beliefs about the Father, the Son, and the holy spirit. In his 1532 book Restitution, Campanus taught that Jesus and his Father are two distinct persons. The Father and Son “are one,” he explained, only as a husband and wife are said to be “one flesh”—united, yet still two persons. (John 10:30; Matthew 19:5) Campanus noted that the Scriptures use the same illustration to show that the Father has authority over the Son: “The head of a woman is the man; in turn, the head of the Christ is God.”—1 Corinthians 11:3.


    • I have learned like this at one time, like ice water and vapor, all are water but each takes on its own unique property. God the Father, Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit
      None is greater than the other because, yes, being Three Individuals, They Each Serve in different capacities, yet all God
      It is not something I can logic or explain because God is vastly more complex than human intellect can process.


      • Do you think the God of order (using words from Scripture) would be so confusing for people they cannot understand their Creator? Would you also think god would give His Words, making them so difficult to understand only theologians and very well educated people can understand them? Would you not think god Who does not tell lies, speaks in clear tongue, using the way His people (Israel or Hebrews) communicate with each other? Has He also not given His Word for the all world? Would it than not be clear to understand as well, having a word stand for what it says, a son being a son, a god being a god or higher person, the God being The God?

        True water, ice and vapour are elements of the same water and it is not a bad way to present a trinity. You can also use also other elements to do that. But The God of gods is not like the other gods. His connection with man is that He is the One Who created them in His image, but does not have to come down on their level or to have to be one of them. God is much Higher.

        For Him there is no use to come down on the earth to play a man to change the world. In one finger-click He can remake the whole universe. In your way of thinking you insinuate God did not create a perfect world. You also insinuate that God gave man an impossible task and demanded something no man could ever keep to. This makes of God an unbelievable cruel sinister God. When He let man suffer for so many ages before coming to earth enjoying all the difficulties you make Him a horrible person making fun of man, giving them all impossible task in the knowledge they shall never be able to fulfil them.

        Worse of all the charade and schizophrenic actions He presented as the god son is that after He faked His crying unto God (Himself in your way of thinking) and faked his death and resurrection, He did not give us any proof that man can come out of the dead, because no man has ever come out of the dead, and after His going away saying He does not know when He would come back or who would be seated next to Him, though God knows everything, so here He would have told again lies, also telling to the disciples He is not a ghost though at other places in scripture He tells us God is a Ghost Who cannot be seen by man or they would fall death, though so many people saw this god you take as your god.

        After all those “not telling the truth” or what we call “telling lies” or what God Himself calls “sinning” though He says God does not sin and also let us know that Jesus did not sin, haw can this be?! God let us wait again before bringing peace and before letting us come in to the Kingdom of God. Worse we even know that after the 3rd world war we are still going to face an other 1000 years before the final entrance for all to the Kingdom of God. And than once more God seems to make a fool of us, because than is being told that Jesus would hand over the Kingdom to his Father, but you say Jesus is God, so how can somebody sit next to himself, mediate between himself and hand something over to himself what already belongs to himself?

        It looks like your interpretation of scripture does not make sense. Lots of people may at first become attracted to it because perhaps you offer them a life in a sort of heaven where everything will be smashing. But we think once people come to read the Bible or come to be confronted with the bad things those theologians do, like not living according to what they demand from their flock, doing paedophilia acts and fornication and so on, people shall come disgusted and go further away from God. That is what we have seen happening a lot the last few years.

        Those teachers of the Holy Trinity are lucky not many people actually take up the Book of books and read it through, so they can muddle up with a few verses, keep repeating them in co-ordination with their human trinity doctrine so that people may come to believe in that doctrine, of which those theologians say we humans can not understand such a thing because we can not understand God.

        We do think the God of Order is not such a difficult to understand God. He wants us to see clear. Like any loving Father He wants us to understand the ways of the father and wants His children to love their Father. Being created in the image of God we all do have elements of this God our Father to Whom Jesus prepared the Way. Jesus as a man of flesh has given us a proof that we can come to live according to the Will of God. Jesus, as he himself and as His heavenly Father says to us, was able to do not his will but to do the Will of the Only One True God. In Jesus his death (not doing as if he died because as a man Jesus really did die, though man nor death can do anything to God), after having been three days in hell (why should God go into hell?) Jesus was taken out of the dead. In his resurrection we do have an example to what can happen to us. With a God Who cannot die doing as if He stand out of the dead, we have no proof at all, and what would god proof with such a thing? Why had God to wait such a long time before taking action to make an end to the consequences of the first sin? And why doe God let us wait still?

        In the Nazarene man we have an example how man managed to not his own will but showed us how he could keep to God His will and how we can also do that is we want. In Jesus we have a master teacher who showed us the way to come to God. He restored the relationship between God and man. In his resurrection we do have the hope for our own resurrection.

        Having Jesus as the person presented in the Bible, and not as the figure of a triune godhead, all makes sense and everything has use. We are curious what sense all this has what you and your priests teach? What is the use of such God coming to earth faking that he can be tempted, faking that he can sin, faking that he can die, faking that he can come out of the dead, letting people wait for millenniums before He gives them back the paradise, keeping them suffering after He presented His show of the transvestite Jesus! For us this sounds very hard and cruel.

        Those who accept what is written, black on white in scriptures, and take Jesus his words for what they are and are willing to follow them in the knowledge that God accepted the offering from His son, we do have a better hope in a realistic something, which is promised already from the beginning of the universe, but which we are sure shall come because all the previous promises of God have become reality, so the last three ones still to be fulfilled shall also come over the world, even when one shall be very cruel for mankind, we do know it shall have its use.

        In the knowledge that Jesus is a man of flesh and blood who really died and was taken out of the grave to be back alive it all makes sense.


  8. voicevessel bwc it is strange that you yourself say “Jesus was crucified and died, His death paid the penalty for the sins of all mankind for all time. He rose again on third day, he ascended into Heaven where He prepares a place for those who have put their faith in Him as the ONE AND ONLY Way to the Father.” but seem to think Jesus himself is his father and is God himself, though God cannot be seen by man without them falling death, cannot be tempted, cannot sin and cannot die and is not born and knows everything plus does not tell lies. Jesus was born, seen by many who did not fall death, was tempted more than once, could sin but did not, had to learn everything and at the end of his life did still not know a lot of things; He even did not know when he would be coming back nor who would be seated next to him. In case Jesus is God he did not tell the truth, so at that moment God would have told a lie. god is also the Most High and is an eternal Spirit. Jesus was lower than angels. After being tortured, impaled until death overtook him (yes he did not fake his death, but god cannot die) Jesus after having resided three days in hell (Why should God go to hell?) Jesus was resurrected out of the dead by his heavenly Father and appeared to several of his disciples and followers to whom he showed his wounds and gave proof he was not a spirit (telling them also his is no spirit, which would make him again a liar in case he is God).

    You also say you “believe in the inflatable inherent Word Of God.” , but why do you not believe the infallible Word of God which says Jesus is His son and where Jesus also says God is greater than him and he Jesus cannot do anything without his heavenly Father?


  9. Marcus Ampe says:

    One of the video’s also say God is to come, but god has always been and God is always everywhere. Where would he have gone to and where do you get it from that He would come back a certain time?


  10. Marcus Ampe says:

    voicevessel bwc you said what you believed but did not say why you believe such things and did not give an answer which is in agreement with what is written in the Bible, which I would think would be the Book you as a Christian would follow?
    In that book is written about Only One God Whom we should worship and Who was worshipped by Jesus Christ as well, who learned us to pray to this One God. Is it not?


  11. What do you mean by “Incarnate God”? It seems you are painstakingly taking two different Biblical characters as one.


    • Jesus, Lord, took on the flesh of man as a Babe, conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary Jesus was all God and all perfect man at the same time. This is where I stand as Jesus being “incarnate God”.


    • Jesus was all God all perfect man incarnate Jesus came from Heaven, was conceived of the Holy .Ghost, was born from the Virgin Mary lived a sinless life as human and God.
      He was sacrificed dead and buried, rose again the third day and sits at the right side of God the Father until The Lord calls us Home


      • Marcus Ampe says:

        In case it would be like you say “Jesus was all God all perfect man ” it is strange that so many could see Jesus and not fall death, because according to God nobody can see God and live.God, Who is the Most High, also does not tell lies and knows everything. Jesus was lower than the angels and had to learn everything. Later in life he still did not know a lot of things. He even did not know when he would come back or who would sit next to him in heaven. In case he was God, he would have told lies, because than he would have known.


      • I believe in God the Father, Jesus, the Son of God Who was conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, who lived a sinless life as fully God and fully man,
        Jesus was crucified and died, His death paid the penalty for the sins of all mankind for all time. He rose again on third day, he ascended into Heaven where He prepares a place for those who have put their faith in Him as the ONE AND ONLY Way to the Father. I believe in the Holy Spirit Who convicts and comforts the Believer.
        I believe in the inflatable inherent Word Of God.

        I believe The Lord is coming back for His people and those who are not believers will face eternal hell while Believers will live for eternity where we will live forever with Christ.


      • Where do you get it from that Jesus would be all God and not like God Himself says “His only begotten beloved son”?


      • John 10:30 is one of several references to Jesus being One with theFather the Trinity Father, Son, Holy Spirit


      • guestpeaker says:

        Please, Can you explain with examples from the Holy Scriptures how “Jesus was all God”?
        And do you think God always tells the truth?


      • John 10:30 is one verse addressing this about Jesus being ALL GOD
        I and my Father are one.
        I will provide more later if you would like.


      • Numbers 23:19God is not a man, that He should lie; neither the son of man, that He should repent: hath He said, and shall He not do it? or hath He spoken, and shall He not make it good?


      • God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?


      • Did you get the verse about all God?


  12. I 53:5 Project says:

    Haven’t watched all the videos yet but this is a great post.

    God bless 🙂


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