One of the most mysterious ideas within the Scriptures is the teaching that God is three persons in one. He is the Trinity. But, though the word Trinity doesn’t appear in the Scriptures, the idea of the Trinity is presented repeatedly. This week, we will examine Scriptures where the “God in Three Persons” idea is demonstrated.
Christians have wrestled with the idea of the Trinity for over 2,000 years. And while we’ll never completely solve the mystery, we can still feel confident in our understanding of the Godhead. In this chapter, you’ll discover the three members of the Trinity and their distinctive roles.
The Bible teaches that we worship one God in three persons—and that idea can be confusing to both new Christians and seasoned believers alike! In this chapter, you’ll learn about the relationship between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—and how the Trinity draws us into unity with one another and with God.
Jesus’ instruction to make disciples of all nations may seem like an impossible task. But gratefully, we don’t have to do it alone! In this chapter, you’ll consider how the Father, Son, and Spirit can help you in all of life’s overwhelming tasks.
In seasons of trial, it often feels like we’re all alone in our suffering. But the Bible promises that God is always with us—and with Him, our future is secure! In this chapter, you’ll consider how the knowledge of Christ’s resurrection gives us hope and peace in difficult times.
The word “Trinity” never appears in Scripture. But descriptions of the Godhead can be found all through the Bible! In this chapter, you’ll explore the different roles of each member of the Trinity and see how they all work together to bring you into a relationship with God.