THE TRINITY EXPLAINED

I have used this symbol as it is used as a symbol of the Trinity. God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. The three persons are different but they are one. They all come from the one God.

One of the clearest passages is the baptism of Jesus Christ: And when Jesus was baptized, he went up immediately from the water, and behold, the heavens were opened and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and alighting on him; and lo, a voice from heaven, saying, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased. (Matthew 3:16-17). Thus the three persons of the Trinity were made manifest at once.

greek symbol for christ tattoo - Google Search:

 

 

 

A trinitarian God – Father, Son & Holy Spirit

Just imagine a three leaf clover- three parts in one, that’s just how God is. God The Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit- three persons in one. God and Jesus have given us their spirit, the Holy Spirit guides us to the complete truth. The Holy Spirit at baptism, takes home in our spirit.

(FOR MORE INFO.  SEE THE HOLY SPIRIT- WE ARE A THREE PART BEING)

       download                           images (1)

THE HOLY SPIRIT- WE ARE A THREE PART BEING

  1. It is by our body that we function. It’s comprised of organs and cells.
  2. Our soul is what gives us our personality. Our soul has three major components — our mindwill and emotions.
  3. It’s in our spirit that we have meaning and purpose in life. At the deepest level our spirit gives us meaning and purpose and our spirit enables us to love one another, our self and God.

body_soul_spirit-copy1-300x173

 

The Holy Spirit brings us to Jesus, the Holy Spirit is the shaker who jolts us to make a move. He guides us into the fullness of truth.

PRAYER TO THE HOLY SPIRIT

Breathe into me, Spirit of God  that I may think what is holy.
Drive me, Spirit of God, that I may do what is holy.
Draw me, Spirit of God, that I may love what is holy.
Strengthen me, Spirit of God, that I may preserve what is holy.
Guide me, Spirit of God, that I may never lose what is holy.