There’s still some confusion around the topic of the Heavenly Father, His Son and His Holy Spirit. Is the Son and Father one and the same? Yes. How? In our limited physical bodies, we can’t fully understand our Heavenly Father, but He gave us human fathers to help begin to understand this. When a man and woman leave their parents’ homes and come together to marry, they become one flesh, as the Bible says. Of course, our Heavenly Father does not need a wife as He can create spirit and flesh, as we see when He created Adam and Eve, as well as choose Mary to host the physical body of His Son, Jesus Christ. Going back to our married couple, their oneness can be realized when they decide to have a child. That child has the genetic make up of both parents, and the Bible says the soul of that child is in its blood. This “blood soul” contains the energy and knowledge of that child. We know this because of those cases of people who receive blood transfusions or organ donations and, in some cases, end up speaking a language they never spoke before or start having memories of events they never experienced. This phenomenon has been called ‘cellular memory’ by some medical experts, though others dispute some of the concepts. We’re not getting into the details of the dispute, but Leviticus 17:11 is clear:
“For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul”
Dr. Martin R. DeHaan, M.D. (1891-1965), a Christian, did an excellent job of explaining the symbol and meaning of blood in the Bible by using his knowledge of human blood. We want to quote this one statement he made:
Life, that mysterious something that science has never yet been able to define or fathom, is said by God to be in the blood of the flesh, so that there can be no life without the blood. Now while this is true of all flesh, we are mainly interested in the human blood and particularly in the blood of the man Christ Jesus because in His blood was not only life as we think of it physically but ETERNAL life as well…In the human body there are many different kinds of tissues. We define them as muscle, nerve, fat, gland, bone connective tissues, etc. All these tissues have one thing in common, they are fixed cells, microscopically small and having a specific and limited function. Unlike these fixed tissues, the blood is fluid and mobile, that is, it is not limited to one part of the body but is free to move throughout the entire body and touch every other fixed cell as it supplies it with nourishment and carries off waste products and the ashes of cell activity which we call metabolism.
So why did we go into such detail about blood? Because the third Being, the Holy Spirit, is symbolized by the blood, in a way! Notice Dr. DeHaan explains that the blood in us is free to flow throughout our entire bodies, touching every other fixed cell. This is a physical representation of how the Holy Spirit is. In the Book of Acts, the Holy Spirit was free to flow throughout the body of the Church, touching every believer who heard the apostles speak! The Holy Spirit, then, is the spiritual “blood” of the Church, giving us life and removing the “waste” (divisive and wicked unbelievers) as it contains the knowledge of our Heavenly Father that He imparts to us through this Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is the firstborn blueprint of how all of this is supposed to operate. Now that you know all of this, it should become clearer why our Heavenly Father considers it a capital sin to drink the physical blood of any flesh. Believe it or not, as with any other rebellion, the children of Satan who head up the New World Order Gang secretly enjoy drinking the blood of their human enemies, because they know it angers Almighty God. This is closely related to blasphemy against the Holy Spirit for the reasons we outlined above.
And speaking of blasphemy, another important role that Jesus Christ helps us with is to insulate us from the unforgivable sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. How? Because we don’t directly know the name of our Heavenly Father. Recall that Yahweh means “I am.” But the Bible never says the rest of that expression; “I am what?” Also recall throughout the Old Testament that He was evasive with the prophets and leading figures who wanted to see Him directly, most notably Moses and Jacob, who wrestled with the angel. Exodus 24 and 33 explains the prohibition of seeing God’s face directly. But blasphemy against Jesus Christ is forgivable, and seeing Jesus Christ is the same as seeing the Father, and calling on Jesus’ name is to call on our Father’s name without the risk of unforgivable blasphemy. Thus, the name of Jesus Christ is like a protective layer from the unforgivable sin, and this is what makes the gift of the life of Jesus Christ so important. The world sees this indirect relationship as a bad thing, claiming that there are more than one path to God besides Jesus. But in their ignorance, they don’t understand how important it is to have Jesus Christ as the “middle man” between us and the Heavenly Father. Even in our own human families where there is more than one child, sometimes younger siblings who do something bad and know they are in trouble with the parents will go to the big brother or big sister to ask them to mediate between them and the parents (not always, but it happens). This is similar to the role Jesus Christ plays. Hope this helps. Stay in prayer. Amen.