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Trinity to Ayesha,

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Submitted by Allonehhob (Canada), Dec 5, 2005 at 22:31

I admire your courage Ayesha.

I was born catholic and I have questioned Trinity in my childhood, trinity is similar to your finger that has three joints in it, it is one finger but with three powers that works together to move the finger.

Trinity in no way means 3 GODS, the sign of Christianity is in the name of the father, the son and holy spirit, all in one GOD Amen

Christianity is a collection of divine messages that was spoken by a divine person. Like Trinity, there are so many mysterious facts in this life that we don't understand nor our brain can digest, but it doesn't make these facts untrue. Islam is actually very easy to understand, it goes with human nature with regards to sex, food, marriage. Islam is logic and easy to understand, if someone hits you then hit him back, if a man has high sex desire then he can marry more than one woman, etc
However, who said that the road to God is easy, trinity is one of these hard things to understand but it is true, it was taught by Jesus who never lied and never cheated.

My personal experience with trinity is when at one period of my life discovered that my son's life was threatened by horrible disease, the pain I had can not be expressed in words, I felt my son's pain in my own body, that's when it occurred to me the power of love between a mother and a son that made me experience his symptoms and his pain in my own body. The same with trinity, the power of love is what makes the father, the son and the holy spirit all in one GOD.

This may sound stupid to some of you, but this is something I really felt and will never forget.

You have done great job so far and hope that you will see the entire truth about Christianity.

Peace of the lord Jesus Christ be with you
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