Ravi’s explanation of the Tri-unity of GOD is amazing. It’s worth watching and reflecting upon!
“Trinity” not found in Bible. Correct. But the concept is. Incarnation is not found in the Bible. Yet the concept is. Rapture is not found in the Bible, but whether pre-mid-post-Trib, it is there as a spiritual concept. Those in Christ will be caught away at some future point in human history. And there are many other examples.
God in the flesh/God with us-Immanuel/John 1: The Word was with God and was God and dwelt among us/Jesus saying before Abraham was, I AM/Jesus saying Unless you believe I AM, you will die in your sins/Isaiah 9:6/Revelation 1: I Am the Alpha & the Omega, He Who was once dead but behold, I am alive and hold the keys of death, hell and the grave./“Elohim” in Genesis 1–Let Us make Man in Our image…/Matthew 28: Baptise in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It doesn’t say “Names” but “Name.” God is One–yet obviously revealed to be three in one…
Hmmm, interesting… There is a complexity to GOD. He is one, echad. Yet He has revealed Himself as three Beings in one. It’s not 1+1+1=3 but 1x1x1=1.
And remember one other thing: as the Last Adam, Christ was fully a Man. All of His power came from the Holy Spirit within Him (without measure). Although He was God, He did not tap into His deity in order to overcome temptations, trials, and His knowledge, while as full and robust as the First Adam, was limited. It is in this aspect that He could say without contradicting His own identity that the Father is greater than He, that He knows not the hour, and many other examples of this. When people say, “How could God die?” Well, just like a human being, when they pass, their body dies but their spirit/soul parts of them move on (awaiting the day of resurrection). When Christ died on the tree, His body died, was buried, and on the third day rose to life. But while dead, His spirit/soul aspect obviously was active. Also, as the Last Adam, He had to die in order to reverse the death curse placed on humanity because of our great Forefather, Adam and his rebellion against the Most High.