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I see your question as two-fold. You are asking for a Trinitarian commentary explaining the absence of worship directed toward the Holy Spirit. And your underlying question is, why are the worship scenes in Revelation directed only toward the Father and Son. If I am incorrect, please forgive my confusion. I cannot answer about Trinitarian commentaries. But ...


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The question is about the current role of the Holy Spirit. As Barnes (and others) note [Commentary John 14] it was the plan for Jesus to return to heaven after his death and send the Holy Spirit to be with disciples forever. As Jesus said: And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Helper, to be with you forever (John 14:16 ESV) Jamieson-...


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You asked for answers from Trinitarians. This answer is informed by a combination of current Catholic teaching (the Catechism) and Scripture. Other Trinitarian denominations may have differing teachings to refer to. (And other Catholics may rely on other teachings, Scripture, and utterances to make a similar point). Consider the role of the Holy ...


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The Holy Spirit seems to be the One who is responsible for the vision of Revelation and He is frequently seen throughout the book. John was in "the Spirit" when it opens and the "Spirit" was the One speaking to the 7 churches through the 7 letters in chapters 2-4. The Spirit speaks in 14:13. The Spirit carries John away in 17:3 and 21:10. Finally, the Spirit ...



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