God's Me, Myself, and I by God's Sheepdog
The Truth and Ultimate Truth about the Trinity Conspiracy (Volume 1)

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While the author does well to re-examine its makeup, pages and pages of such an exploration, instead of surveying more gripping topics, can leave readers weary where, ideally for such a work, they should be transfixed. Journeying through this heartfelt blizzard makes for an edifying and dizzying biblical experience.
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The 2000-year-old mystery of the Trinity has never been solved, "UNTIL NOW". The Unknown Revelations of God are upon us, for there are many major differences between The Lord Jesus Christ our God & Christ Jesus Emmanuel our Lord, the Two that was One while on earth, but yet were Two, and They are Two in Heaven, but yet They are One as We are One with Them. In Luke1:32 Christ Jesus Emmanuel our Lord was given his father David’s throne—meaning he’s David Son, he was named son of David more than 15 times—but in Matthew 22:41-45 the Lord Jesus Christ our God said He’s not David’s Son, “If David then call him Lord, how is he his son?” If you can answer this contradiction please stop reading, if not, please read on. Also, if The Lord Jesus Christ our God was God Son before He came in the flesh, “Who is His Mother, or, how could God have a Son without a Female?” In Genesis 1:26-27 we read the Image of God is Male and Female, but we are not taught this. Why,” because the Truth of God’s Image will destroy Tertullian’s and our doctrine of a Triune God. “In Colossian 2:2 we are told of three mysteries—the mystery of God—and of the Father, and of Christ—and that God want us to come unto all riches of the full assurance of understanding, to the acknowledgement of these three mysteries. Why? Because God want us to truly know Him & Jesus Christ. John 17:3 And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent. There are two major reasons why we to this day still have debates between the Trinitarians, Unitarians, Oneness, Muslim, and Jews about whom God is—Three, Two, or One—and about who Jesus is—God or Man, or both. The two reasons are; (1) they all deny that God is Male and Female, thus they fell to understand who God’s Female is & Her role within God. (2) They not understanding who God’s Female is causes them to not understand the Two that was One while on earth, but yet were Two, and They are Two in Heaven to this day. If Jesus is man, how can he be our God, or if he’s both—God & man—how can he be our God, being part man? Likewise, if Jesus is God, how can he be man, and if he is God & man, how can he still be a God being part man? God’s Me, Myself, and I The Truth and Ultimate Truth about the Trinity Conspiracy, answers all these questions and more in a completed, professionally edited, three part Religious Non-Fiction Apology series. Part 1 word count is 83,123 or 375 pages; Part 2 is 117,327 or 507 pages & Part 3 is 85,458 or 375 pages. All Jewish, Christian, Unitarian, Oneness & Muslim Leaders; Church Members, and Non-Believers from the age of 12 and up will be interested, and able to understand this work. I spent 23 years researching, 7 years writing plus 2 years editing this work. This work is similar to, The Forgotten Trinity by James R White & Oneness of God by David K Bernard. The difference is Dr. White & Dr. Bernard are trying to prove their own religion, while my work, “by bringing the understanding of God’s Female, which brings us the knowledge of God’s Spirit Produced Son & His Begotten Son, “sought to prove who is the True God and that proved that God is not a Triune God as it revealed who is the true Begotten Son—him who is not God’s Word. This work tells The Story of God as it answers your question, “Who is God?”
 

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Published May 29, 2018
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.
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While the author does well to re-examine its makeup, pages and pages of such an exploration, instead of surveying more gripping topics, can leave readers weary where, ideally for such a work, they should be transfixed. Journeying through this heartfelt blizzard makes for an edifying and dizzying biblical experience.

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