What is the Trinity?

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The story of Joseph is a good representation of how the Trinity works.  The Pharaoh represents the father and how he gave all power and authority to Joseph.  For all practical purposes, Joseph becomes the Pharaoh on earth.  Whatever Joseph said was the same as the Pharaoh.  He was given all authority in Egypt and there was only one greater. Joseph also represents a vehicle of salvation, saving the known world from starvation.  

Isaiah 9:5-7 Names of God Bible (NOG)

Every warrior’s boot marching to the sound of battle
    and every garment rolled in blood
        will be burned as fuel in the fire.
A child will be born for us.
    A son will be given to us.
    The government will rest on his shoulders.
    He will be named:
        Wonderful Counselor,
        Mighty God,
        Everlasting Father,
        Sar Shalom.
His government and peace will have unlimited growth.
    He will establish David’s throne and kingdom.
    He will uphold it with justice and righteousness now and forever.
    Yahweh Tsebaoth is determined to do this!

Genesis 41:57  (NOG)

57 The whole world came to Joseph in Egypt to buy grain, since the famine was so severe all over the world.

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