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April 24, 2022


Passage: Romans 8:9-11, 26-39

Often, people who have been in church awhile use language that is unfamiliar to non-believers and new believers alike. Sometimes, even the Christians who use those words don’t understand their full meaning or importance. In this series, we will try to better understand words used in the Christian faith and their application for believers in our new teaching series called Churchy Words.

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We encourage you to spend some time with God this week and go a bit deeper on this topic. Please consider these study questions for further reflection:

Question 1
The word "Trinity" is not found in the Bible, but the concept and examples of the Trinity are revealed throughout. Read the following passages to explore how God is one God who exists as three distinct persons - the Father, Son and Holy Spirit - each fully and equally God. Isaiah 45:5, Deuteronomy 6:4, John 6:27, 1 Corinthians 8:6, John 20:28, Luke 1:35, Matthew 3:16-17, Matthew 28:19
Question 2
Read 1 John 4:7-21. How do you see the trinity working in the lives of believers in this passage? What is the hallmark of this work?
Question 3
In Genesis 1:1-3 and John 1:1-5, 14, we see the Trinity at work in the Creation. Read these passages and think through how the Father, Son and Holy Spirit work in concert together?
Additional scriptures to study: Romans 8:9-11, 26-29; John 14:26

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