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Hmm, but it is illogical. The Son prays to the Father .. but you say it is the same person.
The Son teaches us to pray to the Father in the Lord's prayer.
..but Jesus wants us to recognise Him as "G-d in the flesh" ???
That's how it's put. The incarnation/human/son prays to his source/father/god.
Same essence...one spirit and the other human. There's only one god in trinitarian thought not two.
If going by the OP, trinitarians believe God/father incarnated/became flesh so -how I understand it:-he/father can "walk among the people as the Christ to come to him/father.
To say there are three gods means the bible doesn't mention incarnation. Since it does there's only one god. It's the same person just humanized so christians can relate to him/god.
There's so many interpretations of non-trinitarian thought that if I shared my opinion it would be just that.