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Love Impossible - If you deny it, lose salvation, but if you try to understand it, you lose your head!

Love Impossible

Luciano Rogerio de Souza

Somewhere in the past, something unusual happened. By the side of the plains of Mesopotamia.
It was a story of a dove and a goldfish. Near a lake that existed there, was a tree. Every day around noon, hours of intense heat, a dove rested on the branches to cool.
One day there was the dove is refreshing, almost dozing. when suddenly was surprised. Hello how are you? Are you refreshing? The dove politely replied - I'm fine ... The goldfish insisted on dialogue - I realize that every day you come here to cool off! She argued - The sun is very hot these days of the year!
With the time the friendship and intimacy of goldfish with increased dove. Hello to my little friend how are things here? He immediately said - It's okay, everything under control!
And time was passing, passing ... The conversations between them were longer. With a feeling that was growing between them. They fell in love! They began the vows of love, vow of fidelity, etc.. A dove who sat in that tree only at noon, started going four times a day to that place. Further intensifying their feelings.
Soon, so the two take a radical decision. Let's live together, can not stay away from you - said the goldfish - I also now can not stay long without you see - argued the dove.
After the decision came to reality: where the two live together? In the lake the dove could not survive, certainly would drown. The goldfish out of something also would not survive, after a few minutes would die.
Through this tale, is well defined the situation of Christian and love the world. The Christian loving the world, would not belong to the church or live in the Church of Christ. Surely die spiritually and moved away from the church. The world also can not survive within a faithful believer. This love is unlivable. -Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes and pride of life, is not from the Father but from the world. And the world passeth away, and the lust thereof: but he that doeth the will of God abides forever (1 Jn. 2. 15-17).

If you deny it, lose salvation, but if you try to understand it, you lose your head!
Luciano Rogerio de Souza

The Bible teaches that God is one, and besides him there is no God. However, the divine unity is a unity composed of three distinct persons who are divine and God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. It is not three gods (polytheism), but three persons in one God. Here's one of the mysteries of God.
Use reason to understand the Trinity is inadvisable. Believe it is more advisable to understand why many other questions about God only when we are in eternity.
All three divine persons of the Trinity are co-eternal and equal. Cooperate and work together especially in the salvation of man.
Err are those who think that there is a hierarchy in the Trinity, superiority among the three people. Some say that God the Father is more powerful than God the Son and God the Spirit. All three have the same power, because it is the same God, but in three distinct persons.
Evidence of the existence of the Trinity found in the Bible: the baptism of Jesus (Matt. 3. 16.17); instruction to the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19); in apostolic blessing (2 Cor 13:13).

The word Trinity is not in the Bible. But the concept, the doctrine is clear, clear in Scripture. This truth about the three divine persons of the Trinity won the title by Tertullian, the famous writer of the third century church. Although not in the Bible the word Trinity is Biblical, however, the foundation of this doctrine, present the teachings handed down by Jesus Christ and his apostles.
According to Tertullian, the God in whom Christians believe is one substance and three persons, and by substance he referred to the fundamental ontological existence that makes a thing what it is, and person referred to identity action that provides a quality of being distinct.
It is true that this doctrine was much clearer in the New Testament, although evidence of it in the Old Testament in various expressions used by the Lord himself, as, "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness" (Gen. 1:26). The plural verb (do) and also in the plural pronoun (our) we already anticipated that this truth was fully revealed in the New Testament.
 This doctrine was part of the creed of the early Church: God is one, and that the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God. The use of the singular word "name" in reference to God the Father, Son and Holy indicates a unity within the Trinity of God. "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" (Mt 28:19).
Other evidence that supports the doctrine of the Trinity is the very semantics of the Greek language, which was used to record the New Testament (Christ's message). The Greek language is very expressive. There are distinct terms for a topic or concept. For example, the language that there are two terms used to the concept of "other." There heteros (έτέρως) meaning "totally different." There is another term, allos (αλλoς), which means "another of the same essence," and this was (allos) used by Jesus in John 14:16, "And I will ask the Father, and he shall give you another (allos = the same essence) Counselor to be with you forever. " Jesus said He was always equal to the Father (John 10:30, 17:11) and the text under review also confirmed that the Holy Spirit was equal to Him and the Father
This doctrine taught by Christ Church was confirmed by the Council of Nicaea (381), who prayed thus, "I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and as the Father and the Son is worshiped and glorified; who spoke by the prophets. "
So the words of Augustine, theologian of the church of the fifth century, are consistent: "If you deny it, lose salvation, but if you try to understand it, you will lose your head."
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