Muslims, Let's Talk
This life is too short and the next one is too long for us not to talk about our relationship with the one who created us.  
 
What is the Holy Trinity?                                       
When Christians speak about the Holy Trinity we are referring to the Bible's teaching that there is only one God, but that He exists in three persons.  No person who believes the Bible's teaching would ever say that there are three gods.  That would be considered heresy.  The Trinity is a word we use to describe what we find when we open the pages of the Bible and see it describing three different persons as having the attributes, power, and authority of God.  These three persons are God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. 

It may seem strange to think that Jesus the Messiah, who lived and walked among people in our world, is one of the persons of the Trinity.  However, when we think of our Creator's great love and mercy toward us, it is easier to understand why He would come to us and reveal Himself to us in human form, giving His own life as a sacrifice for us.  So in a way, part of understanding the Trinity is understanding that while God is infinitely great and impossible to approach, He is also One who takes the initiative to come to us, to seek and to find us, to give Himself for us, and then to give us power to live our lives for Him by the working of His Holy Spirit inside us.

 
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