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   We’ve mentioned earlier that “Sunday” is nowhere mentioned in the Bible, as surprising as that may seem.

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   How about the word “Trinity”?

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   It’s not found there either.

 

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   If we’re honest, we have to admit that “trinity”–referring to God-the-Father, God-the-Son, and God-the-Holy-Spirit–appears nowhere in Holy Scripture. It is a concept, a human tradition if you will, that Christians have brought to the Bible and their own faith.

   Books, of course, have been written about this. And my comments about this will be short. They come from my own personal devotional reading (which is a regular important part of my life).

   A very moving portion of the Gospel of John illustrates, at least for me, an idea of the God Trinity: It’s John chapters 14, 15, 16, and 17. An enjoyable activity for me has been with three different colors (red, blue, and orange) identifying the three parts of the Godhead–the names, synonyms, and pronouns–for mention of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (I’ve even done this with colors on my Kindle.)

   It’s amazing to sense the interaction of the “Persons” of God in such an activity. God is at work in his fulness in this narrative about the closing days of Jesus’ life on Earth.