Trinity Sunday

This Sunday is Trinity Sunday. The first Sunday after Pentecost. This is the day we celebrate the Holy Trinity, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. We still don't fully understand the concept of the trinity but the trinity is mentioned many times in the bible. Like in Matthew 28:19 it says “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." Like many things in the Bible we have learned somethings you just have to have faith. What we do know about the trinity is that it is 3 different things that represent 1 thing, God. When we look at God he represents the creator, he made everything including us. Then we have the son, Jesus he represents the flesh. Last we have the Holy Spirit this represents the action. All 3 are God they are just God in different forms. They are 3 different ways that God comes to us. When Jesus was born God came to us in the flesh he walked with us, he starved with us, he laughed with us and he died for us. After he died and the disciples where all together praying the Holy spirit came to them, it entered them. By doing that it made them go into action and 3000 people were baptized and churches were made, people from all over the world were brought together. I once heard someone call the Holy Spirit Gods hands and it really stuck with me. It's like that is how God gets things done he makes us move and do. The trinity is 3 its not 1 or 2 its 3 meaning you have to have all three to make a whole. So this Sunday we need to give thanks to God for giving us all of him. Thank him for the earth and for our lives, thank him for Jesus for coming down to us in the flesh to teach us, and for putting us into action. We live in a time were for the most part we can sit in church or on our couch or at our tables and hear the stories of the Bible. We can learn what God wanted us to hear and that is such a gift and with that gift we need to take action and spread the good word weather it be by preaching it, teaching it, or just by being there for each other. I want to leave you with this beautiful verse from Psalms 8 " Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!" amen! to that.


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