Various Forms of Trinities that Occur in the Bible

Dear readers,

Please note that the Holy Trinity, stated as “the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost,” is found only in the King James Version (also the NKJV) and other more obscure versions derived from the same manuscripts. I do not judge other believers based on what Bible version they choose. Even so, I believe every Christian should at least consider this fact: most widely used versions do not explicitly describe the three-part Godhead as “one” in 1 John 5:7.

For example: 1 John 5:7 (NIV) reads “For there are three that testify,” and makes no mention of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Grace and peace,


5 Replies to “Various Forms of Trinities that Occur in the Bible”

  1. I think you visited my site. If so, when I clicked on your URL and picture icon it took me to a page that said, “ doesn’t exist.”

    To fix this (assuming this is you) you need to go to your gavitar page and add your current website. That way people can find you easily. I had to google “they dwell beneath the temples” in order to find your website. And I’m not sure you’re the same person who visited my site. If you’re not, please forgive this message. 🙂 I’m just trying to help. This is a common problem. It keeps people from visiting the sites of the people who have the issue. Good luck. 🙂

      1. I have several visitors per week who have the same thing going on. I wrote a message for all of them that I intended to cut and paste, but their problems tends to be slightly different one to the next, so I wind up not using my little canned blurb. Just for fun (and maybe it will help someone) I’ve pasted my canned blurb below. It’s really long and boring, so please don’t read it if you don’t need to. 🙂

        Canned blurb:

        “I notice your Gavitar icon doesn’t take me to your blog site when I click on it. When I clicked your Gavitar picture it took me to a page with this message: “ is no longer available.”

        This is a common problem with visitors to my site. Most bloggers on use the Gavitar picture to find and visit their visitors’ blogs.

        To re-find you, I had to do a google search.

        You will have more visitors after we get your Gavitar to take people to your Gavitar page where your blog site is listed. Just in case it’s not listed there now, here’s how…

        1. Click on your Gavitar picture in the upper right corner of your site.
        2. Click on “My Profile”.
        3. At the bottom where it says “Profile Links,” click on the “Add” button.
        4. A list of all your wordpress sites will show up. Check the boxes of the ones you want people to see when they visit your Gavitar page. (If you want them to see a non-Wordpress site, click the “Add URL” button and add your URL.)

        This will take care of the most common problem (where visitors find your Gavitor page, but can’t find your blog because it’s not listed).

        But sometimes people’s Gavitar picture doesn’t take visitors to their Gavitar page. If this is your problem, it can be due to at least two things:

        1. You are no longer using the URL that once took people to your Gavitar page.
        2. There is a typo in the URL of your Gavitar page.”

        Long and boring! Sorry, but I hope it helps someone. 🙂 Best of luck to you!

          1. I just now clicked on your picture to see if the problem is fixed and it’s not. I was taken to a page that said, “ doesn’t exist”
            Some people have had to ask the helpers at for assistance with this issue. If your blog’s url isn’t “” then that’s the main thing to change. I think you can do that in the “info” section of your gavitar page.

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