Interesting question.Godspell said:I've wondered, when God visited Abraham, was that the Father incarnate? Or something else?Maria said:I agree with you.Nicene said:The thing is I don't see the jews as worshipping the true God.
Although Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and the Old Testaments saints did worship God as they knew Him, the Genesis Account of Creation does give a glimpse that God is a Triune God. Plus the visitation of the three angels representing God to Abraham at the Oaks gives another indication that God is Triune. When Christ came and preached to the captives in Hades, they were given the opportunity to accept or reject Him, were they not?
The Jews who rejected Christ also rejected the Father.
Muslims who reject Christ as God, reject the Father too.
Only God the Son assumed human nature and became man.
However, God the Father spoke in a loud voice, and the Holy Spirit appeared in the form of a dove when Christ was baptized by St. John the Forerunner in the Jordan. Does this mean that the Father is only a booming voice or that the Holy Spirit is a bird? No.
In Exodus, God has also appeared as a Pillar of Fire to guard the Hebrew people during the night and a Pillar of Smoke during the day. He also appeared as the light-giving Rock out of which living water flowed.
Do we worship loud voices, doves, fire, smoke, and rocks? No.