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   The “Trinity” is not a term ever mentioned in the Bible.

   But it is assumed, and rightly so.

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   Now an observation I’ve just made:

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Here’s where (it seems) the (soon to be) Apostle Paul becomes a “Trinitarian.”

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   From chapter 9 of Acts, consider words from verses 17 & 18:

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“And Ananias…said, ‘Brother Saul, the Lord Jesus, who appeared to you on the road…sent me so that you may regain your sight, and be filled with the Holy Spirit. And immediately…he regained his sight.’ “¹

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   I’ll assume the reader is familiar with story of how Saul was converted and became the Apostle Paul. This is simply an underlining of a particular observation.

   Consider (and we’ll now call Saul “Paul”) these 3 observaions:

   (1)  Paul, as a scholar, had long believed in God (the Father).

   (2)  On the road to Damascus Paul heard and saw the Lord Jesus (God the Son).

   (3)  With the help of Ananias he became filled with God (the Holy Spirit)

   At this point, Paul regained his eyesight and was baptized.

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   ¹ Here and throughout boldface and italics are added.