The Trinity doctrine teaches that the Holy Spirit is a being that is CO-EQUAL with the Father and Son, and that means equal in EVERY SINGLE WAY. No exceptions!
So if the Holy Spirit is a separate being equal to the Father and the Son as the Trinity doctrine claims, then why are we “never” told the Holy Spirit loves us? And why does the Bible “never” teach we are to love, worship, or pray to the Holy Spirit?
Because it cannot be a third CO-EQUAL being with that being the case.
If the Holy Spirit was a CO-EQUAL being then it would have also seen the Father. “Not that ANYONE has seen the Father, EXCEPT He [Jesus] who is from God; He has seen the Father.” John 6:46. How can the Holy Spirit be a literal being and yet never have seen the Father?
Luke wrote that no one knows who the Father and Son are except each other. This makes it impossible for the Holy Spirit to be a literal being who would have to be able to reveal the Father and Son if it was. “All things have been committed to me by my Father. NO ONE KNOWS who the Son is except the Father, and NO ONE KNOWS who the Father is except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.” Luke 10:22
If the Trinity doctrine was true, 1 John 1:3 would say, “truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit,” but it ONLY says the Father and Son. Why? Because the Holy Spirit is not a literal being but the Spirit of God. So our fellowship is only with the Father and Son. The same applies to 1 John 2:22-23. John says nothing about denying the Holy Spirit for the same reason.
Ellen White said, “The Father and the Son ALONE are to be exalted.” — (E.G. White, YI, July 7, 1898). She did not say “The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are to be exalted.” She specified ALONE.
The thrones of God and His Son are spoken of, but a throne for the Holy Spirit is “never” mentioned. If the Holy Spirit is equal to the Father and Son, why is a throne for the Holy Spirit “never” mentioned?
Ask yourself these simple questions.
Why did the Father never speak to the Holy Spirit?
Why did Jesus never speak to the Holy Spirit?
Why did the Holy Spirit never speak to Jesus?
Why did the Holy Spirit never speak to the Father?
Yet the Father spoke to His Son over and over again all throughout the Bible, and Jesus spoke to His Father over and over again all throughout the Bible.
So how can the Holy Spirit be a CO-EQUAL being when it never speaks to the Father and Son?
The answer is simple. Because the “Spirit of God” is just that. It is NOT some third being called “god the holy spirit.” This phrase occurs nowhere in Scripture, but originated from the creators of the Trinity doctrine being the Roman Catholic Church more than 200 years AFTER the Bible was written.