1. On creating the universe the Bible says that God said, Let us make man in our image. Gen. 1:26.

2. When man sinned God said 'Behold the man has become like one of us.'  Gen. 3:22.

3. At the Tower of Babel God said, 'Come, let us go down.'  Gen. 11:7.

4. The Angel of the Lord is sometimes referred to God Himself.  Ex. 3:6. See verse 2 for the speaker.

5. 'Remember now thy creator,' the Hebrew word for creator here is in the plural.  Eccl. 12:1.

6. In the beginning 'God' created.  The Hebrew word for God here is in the plural.  Gen. 1:1.

7. The Lord thy God is 'one' God.  The Hebrew word here for one is 'ehad,' and means, besides the numeral one, a unity of more than one.  Deut. 6:4; Gen. 2:24.

8. The formula for baptism is, in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Matt. 28:19.

9. We see the Trinity working for man's salvation in the following texts: Isa. 48:16; Isa. 42:1.

Note: While the Old Testament does not specifically speak of a Triune God, it does leave much indication that God is Plural.  Not as in a pantheon of gods, but as one God.  The above texts from the Old Testament indicate a plurality of the One God.

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