Is God And Jesus The Same
To answer this questions we have to first understand that we are limited by our human minds. God is the highest subject any human can ever attempt to comprehend.
God defines Himself as everlasting being with infinite power, presence and knowledge. We simply can’t comprehend, but will give it a shot.
Trinity is a word that is not in scripture but, we do have an indication of three distinct persons can be found in (1 John 5:7). Jesus was quoted as attesting to being one but, not equal with the Father (John 10:30).
Subsequently, in the understanding of Trinitarian Christian Theology, Scripture “bears witness to” the activity of a God who can only be understood in Trinitarian terms. In Greek the translation is “set of three or the number three”.
The Trinity can be resembled to water (that’s as close as we can get to understand it) in it’s three forms. Water, Ice and Steam. It’s the same water only in three different forms.
The three persons of the Godhead (Father,Son, and Spirit) make up the one God. Each is God (Ephesians 4:6; Titus 2:13, Acts 5:3,4) yet they are one. For there are three that bear my record in heaven, The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit: and these three are one.
The Godhead is composed of three separate beings who are perfectly united in their goal of saving and sustaining their creatures.