“The Bible reveals that the Father is God and Lord, that the Son is God and Lord, that the Lord is the Spirit and the Spirit is the Lord, that God is Spirit, and that there is only one God, Lord, and Spirit.”
This is a statement of a Trinitarian about the Trinity. Note that the sentence contradicts itself by describing two God and two Lords in the beginning and then saying that there is only one God and one Lord in the end. Trinitarians propose and accept such contradictions, expecting us to do the same. Yet if you ask them if, since the Father is Lord and the Lord is the Spirit, then isn’t the Father the Holy Spirit, they will say no. They reject contradictions except when it comes to the ones they arbitrarily choose to embrace. The ones they embrace, of course, are the ones necessary for their doctrine.
Better to serve Christ in simplicity. Let us trust Christ and obey His commandment to love.