The trinity is a Roman Catholic concept?God is sovereign is not a scripture, there is only one Lord God and One Lord Jesus Christ, both mentioned 52 times in scriptures together. Are any like them? No, none. However, Sovereign is also used to say God does what He wants, when He wants, to who He wants despite what God said in His word. That is not Sovereign, that is an outlaw.
Trinity? That is a RCC Doctrine. Western Civilization stole it, changed it to fit their own belief's.
Did not Jesus say my Father in Heaven? Who made Heaven? Does not God uphold all things according to the Word of His power? Is he apart from what He made? God lives outside of time and space is tied to God knows the end from the Beginning despite the many scripture contrary to it. We are told God knows the heart, and rewards man according to "HIS" ways, not according to some crystal ball foreknowledge and God forbid some type of forced election.
God does not change His word Ever, nor will God violate what He already said. However, a less sure word to a man often is conditional. As God broke his Promise to Israel concerning the Promise land in Numbers 14, but His ways are that His mercy endures forever and He does not willing afflict man, though He has had to judge despite what He really wanted for them.
Religious phrases often have some bad doctrine behind them and hence I accept scripture only.
You mean Protestants don't believe that God Father, God Jesus and God the Holy Spirit are one God??
Are they 3 Gods??