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CAPÍTULO UNO
CAPÍTULO DOS
CAPÍTULO TRES
CAPÍTULO CUATRO
CAPÍTULO CINCO
CAPÍTULO SEIS
CAPÍTULO SIETE
CAPÍTULO OCHO
CAPÍTULO NUEVE
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El Único Dios Verdadero

El Único Dios Verdadero

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"The Only True God" is the originator of all the languages of  the nations of this planet Earth (Genesis 11:1-9).  Does He knows the details of Grammar of those languages?  How can we define in synthesis what Grammar is?  Does our wise and sovereign God presaw the need of talking to us in our own language?  Does He also presaw that His dealing with the human race should be written in a book?Because these are facts that cannot be denied, it is evident He decreed that every word, phrase, sentence, concepts and complete paragraphs written in The Bible should be grammatically correct.  The concept of the Three Persons of deity is evidenced with printine clarity, whenever this Book of God is grammatically interpreted.   In the last night before His crucifixion, in His prayer to the Father, Jesus said: "This is eternal life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent.  An now, Oh Father, glorify Me together with Yourself, with the glory which I had with You before the world was."  "Me" and "I" explicitly defines two persons!
"The Only True God" is the originator of all the languages of  the nations of this planet Earth (Genesis 11:1-9).  Does He knows the details of Grammar of those languages?  How can we define in synthesis what Grammar is?  Does our wise and sovereign God presaw the need of talking to us in our own language?  Does He also presaw that His dealing with the human race should be written in a book?Because these are facts that cannot be denied, it is evident He decreed that every word, phrase, sentence, concepts and complete paragraphs written in The Bible should be grammatically correct.  The concept of the Three Persons of deity is evidenced with printine clarity, whenever this Book of God is grammatically interpreted.   In the last night before His crucifixion, in His prayer to the Father, Jesus said: "This is eternal life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent.  An now, Oh Father, glorify Me together with Yourself, with the glory which I had with You before the world was."  "Me" and "I" explicitly defines two persons!

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