Question and Answer Section

Who do I pray to when I pray to God?

A. One is instructed by scripture to pray to the Father through the Son with the help and revelation of the person of the Holy Spirit.


Q. Who should I look to for guidance in my life?

A. The believer is instructed to look unto the Father for His will and receive guidance through the person of the Holy Spirit. It should be noted the Holy Spirit proceeds forth from the Father (John 15:26).


Q. Who is the highest and most powerful of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit?

A. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are one.


Q. Why do I sometimes feel alienated from God?

A. Because of the law of sin and death the believer has had bad seed sown in them concerning their relationship with God. One will tend to superimpose their experience with their earthly father to their Heavenly Father, their siblings to Christ and mothering to the Holy Spirit. These are soulish observations of God and must be discerned and understood.


Q. Do gifts come from the Father, Son or Holy Ghost?

A. James 1:17 says that good gifts and perfect gifts come from the Father. In addition, the scriptures teach us that it is the Father's good pleasure to give unto us the kingdom.


Q. Should I as a Christian worship the Father, the Son or the Holy Ghost?

A. As you worship Jesus Christ you worshipping the Father and the Holy Ghost. If you worship the Father you are worshipping the Son and the Holy Ghost. If you are worshipping the Holy Ghost, you are worshipping the Father and the Son, for these three are one.


Q. Who created the universe?

A. God created the universe. The Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters (Genesis 1) contemplating and incubating the creation plan and the Father spoke things into existence with His word, which is Jesus Christ (John 1:1-3).