This question is frequently asked and even now, is circulating around the Internet. Here’s the scoop, taken from The Underground Bible.
Chapter 16, (1d):
God’s Spirit is a multiple Spirit able to be inside everyone at the same time. God’s Spirit is giving us life and operating our bodies. When Jesus’ personal spirit was glorified by God fifty days after the crucifixion, Jesus’ personal spirit was multiplied by God and became the Holy Spirit to enable his spirit to live inside all living human beings from that moment forward; and it doesn’t matter if a person believes it or does not believe it. It doesn’t matter if a person is black, green, white, yellow or red; or if a person is a Jew, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, non-religious or other religion. Jesus is our Conscience, all the time, at the same time, and everywhere. The Bible says Jesus’ throne is right next to God’s throne. It even tells us it is on the right side of God’s throne. Since God’s throne is inside us, then Jesus’ throne is inside us right next to God. Hence, Jesus sits at the right hand of God.
Chapter 36, 1(e):
God the Father knew Jesus’ personal spirit from the beginning. He was a very special spirit commissioned to carry out a very special job on Earth; but birth would wipe out all memory of eternity where he had traveled from to be born on Earth. The baby Jesus would be like any other baby born. He would have no special powers or understanding, and would have to grow and learn like all human beings. Liars would have you believe otherwise because that would inhibit you from believing you could reach the same heights of faith and power that Jesus had accomplished as a simple man. This is why the Bible tells us Jesus did not consider it robbery to make himself equal to God; and it is enough for the student to become equal to the master, but we can never learn more than the master, Jesus.
Chapter 36, 2(b):
Do not err. The Holy Spirit is a different Spirit than the Spirit who is God. The word ‘Holy’ is derived from the English word ‘wholly’. It means completed or 100% as opposed to a spirit with a lesser percent of completion. Therefore, the title ‘Holy’ tells us that this spirit was completed by some means, and was not totally complete prior to its completion. Since God was never completed, and God has always been 100% whole, we see that the Holy Spirit is not God the Father. Since, the Bible tells us that Jesus didn’t consider it robbery to make himself equal to God the Father, we see evidence that Jesus was not equal to God the Father, and therefore was completed by his trials on Earth as a man.
Chapter 36, 2(c):
Jesus is the Christ when he was a man living on Earth. He becomes the Holy Spirit, who is the Comforter, after his execution on the cross for a crime he did not commit. Then the Bible tells us, Jesus sits on the right hand of God, which is another reference to his being second to God the Father. Another proof is located in 1 Corinthians 11:3 where the Apostle Paul said:
“I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God.”
Simply analyze Paul’s statement and you will see it is speaking about three types of marriage relationships:
- A human male married to the Christ.
- A human male married to a woman.
- A human male named the Christ is married to God the Father.
The Apostle Paul parallels these three relationships to show us how it works. The way a man marries a woman, is an example of how a human being must marry the Christ, and the two become one. Also, the same way that Christ marries a human being, the Christ married God the Father, and the two became one. The idea behind these relationships is dictating who the head of the marriage is, and who has authority over the subservient one. It dictates who makes the rules and who must be obedient to the rules.
Chapter 36, 2(d):
It also shows us that a man and woman are not the same person, neither can a man marry himself; nor is a man and the Christ the same person; neither is Jesus and God the same person; nor can Jesus marry himself. Therefore, Jesus became exactly like God and didn’t rob God by doing so!