The doctrine of the Trinity, God as Three-in-One, is one of the most difficult in Christian theology. John Wesley said, “Bring me a worm that can comprehend a man, and then I will show you a man that can comprehend the Triune God.” Though it is challenging, studying the Trinity can also be very rewarding. Augustine said, “There is no subject where error is more dangerous, research more laborious, and discovery more fruitful than the oneness of the Trinity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.” This series approaches this beautiful and challenging doctrinal topic. The goal of our series is to reach a richer and fuller understanding of God, including His love, His plan of salvation, and how the Trinity works in the world and in the lives of believers.
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Thoughts from the Youversion notes from Sunday:
- See yourself as imago dei (image of God); treat others as imago dei.
- The point is to know God so that we can participate in His love.
“To meditate on the three Persons of the Godhead is to walk in thought through the garden eastward in Eden and to tread on holy ground. Our sincerest effort to grasp the incomprehensible mystery of the Trinity must remain forever futile, and only by deepest reverence can it be saved from actual presumption.” – A.W. Tozer
- When you compare yourselves with others, you diminish what the Lord has given you and where He’s placed you.
Love you all! See you this Sunday!
BTW: Here’s a great song for the week…