Essay on The Father, The Son, And The Holy Spirit

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“In the name of the Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit”. These words characterize a Christian and Catholic mass. Through mass, when beginning or ending a prayer, each member of the church makes the sign of the cross and mutters these famous words. The Father, The Son, The Holy Spirit. For centuries, Christians have debated the relationship between the three within the Trinity. The most common belief among Christians is that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are three entities apart of one entirety. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are one celestial being. From the beginning of time, God has been known as the Creator, the Father. In the first book of the Bible, Genesis, God creates “the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1). He is seen as all powerful, creating the humans, the seas, the lights; creating all existence. Throughout the Bible, God has been shown as a mighty being: turning seas to blood, calling on his people to spread his word, establishing covenants with his greatest followers. While God has the many powers of the world, he sometimes proves to be revengeful and unforgiving in many cases. In Genesis, once male and female disobey Him and sin, God sentences them to lives of “painful toil[s]” (Genesis 2:17). God loves his humans but refuses to allow them to sin without repercussions. With His power, God condemned his creations. Jesus takes the human form of God as he is born of the Virgin Mary. On Earth, Jesus also exhibits great power. As he…

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