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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=14px]One Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom all things came and through whom we live. – 1 Corinthians 8:6

God became a man. This short statement seems very simple but in reality it is so profound and early Church Fathers spent hundreds of years considering it. The son of God was made flesh and shed his blood, the very blood of God to redeem us. I remember a young disciple and believer in the Lord was spending time with me, I gave him a 800 page book to read on the character of God. He sat there astonished that someone could write so many pages on what God was like. For some modern believers we could barely write 1-2 pages, our meditation and consideration of God is not like those in the past. I remember when I first came to the Lord, the whole idea of the trinity confused me greatly and I never spent time or had someone speak to me clearly about the character of God. The idea of Jesus Christ being God in the flesh was believed but the real ramifications and understanding of that truth did not grip my mind. Later in my bible readings as a new believer I read that Jesus created the actual world himself (Colossians 1:16). This very truth of the divinity of Jesus was the test if a spirit was true or not for early believers (1 John 4:2). Most false prophets and teachings warp and twist the character of God and the fact that Jesus is God in the flesh.

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