Greetings. Yesterday I began to show the following truths from Genesis 18:
- The word God refers to three persons who carry the name LORD.
- The word God refers to three persons under one name. As a result they refer to themselves in the singular, so that one speaks for all. This is a critical biblical truth, since God emphasises that the Lord is One God.
Let us look at the picture in Genesis 18 that show that God= three persons with ONE NAME
- Abraham knew them from previous visits and addressed them in the singular, “my Lord”, rather than “my Lords” (Gen 18: 3). He did this because they were in complete agreement with each other at all times and he did not need to address each individually.
- In response to Abraham’s invitation to have a meal, the three men in the God family spoke with agreement, accepting his invitation (Gen 18: 5).
There are more tidbits in Gen 18 in relation to this truth about the UNITY of God. I hope you can find them. Have a blessed day. Until!