When God called my name I answered, “Yes God, here I am!”
One of the problems I faced when I was called to the Ministry in 1999 was the understanding of the Trinity.
After studying the Bible, reading and writing year after year, I did not understand how God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit could be the same God!
God waited a year before he revealed this knowledge to me.
There were three incidents describing how God confirmed that the Trinity is one God.
First of all, as we know, God thinks.
Second, we know that the Word speaks.
Third, we know that the Holy Spirit does it.
In this relationship God revealed to me:
Our mind thinks,
The mouth speaks,
Our hands do.
If we are really one with our thoughts and our words, can’t God then do the same? Why can not God speak it, do it through His thoughts, words and actions?
However, our mind needs something material. We need something physical to understand.
God said, “I want you to take three fan blades and write on the fan blades in three different colors, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.”
God chose the three colors white, blue and red.
So I took the fan blades and painted, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, using the three colors that God gave me, and I turned on the fan.
The revelation was that I could no longer see the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The three colors became the color purple which is the color of God. And the wind of the fan became the breath of our father’s words as described throughout the Bible, including Moses in the book of Genesis.
Until today I had not been able to remember the three colors God gave me. As it came to my mind I came to the conclusion red, white and blue, means the color of God.
What other symbol do we have that is white, blue and red?
What are the three colors?
Well, to begin with, we know red is the blood of Jesus, and we know that white is purity, and we also know that blue symbolizes the sky and the waters that God covers us with.
But a greater symbol of these colors is represented by the American flag.
The color red in the American flag stands for the blood that spilled. White is the purity of our hearts and our country, and blue is the air and purity of our waters that make up 70% of our body.
“About 71% of the earths surface is covered with water and the oceans hold about 96.5% of the earths water.”
Then God gave me another confirmation; the understanding where Jesus was baptized and God was in heaven and He looked at His Son and said, “This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased.”
This created a new theme. Why would God look upon a part of Himself, which was not Him but the Son, and say, this is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased?
God revealed this to me; Do we have thoughts? Do we not respond to ourselves?
Why then should God, like the Trinity, be limited to not being able to do so?
So when God spoke from the heavens, this is my Son, He was talking to Himself and He in fact was saying, I am happy with what I am doing.
So anytime you have a conversation with yourself, know that you are doing something that is not different from what God does. We have the power of thoughts, we have the power of our words, and we have the power of our actions to do God’s work every day.
God bless America!
Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Candidate for the United States Senate Florida 2016
The philosophers and theologians interpretation and definition of evil constructed and created by God is a misunderstanding of God’s intent. If all things are created by God, then the question would be why would God create both good and evil?
First we must understand that God is all knowing and the creator of all things to include day and night, darkness and light. Understanding this we can present the next step, “good and evil was also created by God,” with the intent that we understand and would know both sides.
The theology through the spiritual eye, trials and tribulations, brings forth Grace an accomplishment. So does good and evil.
In reading books written by theologians, most people would read what the Theologians have to say about the words in the bible and what they write and would agree with their interpretation, even though their interpretations contradict the different writings in the Bible.
The first example would be the Trinity of which when you read and understand the theologians viewpoint, they say that Jesus did not know that He Himself was God which would be the first indication of their contradiction of the Bible.
We know this is a contradiction because Jesus Himself said in the Bible in John 10:30, “I and the Father are One.”
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