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Introduction to the Trinity Series

Introduction:  Understanding the Holy Trinity

We have to understand when we become part of the Trinity.

The Holy Spirit is the third person in the Trinity but is mainly neglected and ignored. As we all know, the Trinity is not written in the Word that unbelievers can see and read; thus,  they cannot put their Faith in it. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen- Hebrew 11:1. The power of Faith connects us to heavenly places that link us with God and be related to Him as our Almighty Father and therefore make us sons and daughters and through the power of our senses, we perceive His closeness to us.

Though the woWordrinity is like a spirit that cannot be seen, it is written with the Spirit of God. You most likely see and read it many times. However, the understanding could still be hidden, like what is written in the Gospel of Matthew when Jesus told his disciples “to go to all the nation baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and the Holy Spirit, “not even realizing that you already read or say the Trinity in its most total capacity.

Part 1 Understanding the Trinity

Part 2 Understanding the Holy Spirit is a Gift

Part 3 Understanding Our Journey

Almost all churchgoers believe the Bible is the Word of God, but there are no discussions or arguments that the Bible is nWordhe written Word of God. We should not make it hard for ourselves in the unfortunate situation we are in presently. It all began because of the lack of knowledge of the church leaders that preaches the Word and award preaching about the Trinity. Perhaps it is due to the lack of interest of the preachers or not being versed in the secret of the Trinity. They lack the vision of this doctrine’s significance, and with this attitude, they put their members on the edge of ignorance.

Some groups of Christian believers misrepresent the Holy Spirit as the Son, and these believers also believe that the Son is also the Creator. However, we cannot just put aside the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. It is an essential part of our walk to our spiritual battle and guidance toward spiritual victory. Without the Holy Spirit, our Christian walk will have no direction.

To understand the importance of the Holy Spirit in our lives, we may need to pause before we rush into rejecting such knowledge. It will make more sense if we consider that not all that is written is only for learned leaders. God shared knowledge with babes also. Have you not thought that the Bible was not written in context, yet we believe everything in it? Many believe that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit exist, but the Word Trinity is not written in the Bible, which is unacceptable, and because of that, they don’t believe it.

Do you believe that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are one?

What is the significance of the Holy Spirit in our lives?

Are the Holy Spirit and God one?

Who is in charge of our daily spiritual challenges?

Is our spirit part of the Trinity?

How many Spirit do we need to survive the battle of the mind?

We can generate more questions, but maybe the answers are already on our website.

Introduction:  Understanding the Holy Trinity

When did we become part of the Trinity?

The Holy Spirit is the third person in the Trinity but is mainly neglected and ignored. As we all know, the Trinity is not written in the Word that unbelievers can see and read; thus, they cannot put their faith in Word. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen- Hebrew 11:1. The power of Faith connects us to the Holy of Holies, which links us with God and makes Him related to us as our Almighty Father and therefore makes us sons and daughters of the highest. Through the power of our senses and the gift of the Holy Spirit, we perceive His closeness to us.

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Though the Word Trinity is like a spirit that cannot be seen, it is written with the two spirits of God. You most likely see and read it many times. However, the understanding could still be hidden, like what is written in the Gospel of Matthew when Jesus told his disciples “to go to all the nation baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and the Holy Spirit, “not even realizing that you already read or say the Trinity in its most total capacity.

Almost all churchgoers believe the Bible is the Word of God, but there are no discussions or arguments that the BiblWord not the written Word of God. We should not make it hard for ourselves or the unfortunate situation presently. It all began because of the lack of knowledge of the church leaders that preaches the Word and avoid preaching about the Trinity. Perhaps it is due to the lack of inWordst of the preachers or not being versed in the secret of the Trinity. They lack the vision of this doctrine’s significance, and with this attitude, they put their members on the edge of ignorance.

Some groups of Christian believers misrepresent the Holy Spirit as the Son, and these believers also believe that the Son is also the Creator. However, we cannot just put aside the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. It is an essential part of our walk to our spiritual battle and guidance toward spiritual victory. Without the Holy Spirit, our Christian walk will have no direction.

To understand how important the Holy Spirit is in our lives, we may need to pause before we rush into rejecting such knowledge. It will make more sense if we consider that not all that is written is only for learned leaders. God shared knowledge with babes, and they become unshakeable believers when they grow with the Word.

Have you not thought that the Bible was not written in context, yet we believe everything writWordon it? For example, many believe that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit exist, but the Word Trinity, which is not written in the Bible, is unacceptable, and because of that, they don’t believe.

Do you believe that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are one?

What is the significance of the Holy Spirit in our lives?

Are the Holy Spirit and God one?

Who is in charge of our daily spiritual challenges?

Is our spirit part of the Trinity?

How many spirits do we need to survive?

We can generate more questions, but maybe the answers are already on our website. Visit the related topic: Work of the Trinity.

Bishop Joseph

Bishop Joseph Vitug, Ph.D. - Bishop Emeritus

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