Christians: When Jesus was praying to God, was he praying to the Father OR the triune God which he himself is a part of?
- Bobby JimLv 78 months ago
Jesus was praying to the Father, just as the Gospels state.
- 8 months ago
He wasn't praying to the NON entity the Holy Spirit, that's for sure.
- PaulLv 78 months ago
To the Father. The Bible makes that perfectly clear.
- BarneyLv 68 months ago
Jesus is NOT part of a triune God! He is not equal to almighty God but rather worships God the Father just as we do as his own words at John 20:17 show;
'‘I am ascending to MY FATHER and your Father and to MY GOD and your God.’”Obviously, he was praying to his father and God, Jehovah.
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- Bill MacLv 78 months ago
To the Father... Jesus is a distinct and separate human aspect or form of the triune deity that has been revealed to us through the scriptures. The one and only living God is greater than we can and probably will ever comprehend. We use the term "Trinity" to more easily convey the concept.
- dewcoonsLv 78 months ago
That is like asking if you talk to someone, are you talking to their ears or to all the parts of them. If you are talking to the Father, then you are talking to the triune God.
- Chi girlLv 78 months ago
It AMAZING that so many adults can't handle a concept that our elementary-school-age children understand.
God = Father + Son + Holy Spirit
God the Son spoke to God the Father. Got it now?Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian
- 8 months ago
He was praying to the FatherSource(s): Duh?!
- PyriformLv 78 months ago
Generally, when Jesus prays in the Bible, he addresses those prayers to "Father".
- JessicaLv 68 months ago
To God. I believe the Bible, since it explains that they’re one in purpose, not being.