Search ResultsThe Holiness of the Triune God This Trinity Sunday commentary by James C. Howell on Romans 8:12-17 and Isaiah 6 discusses the Trinity as love and describes the holiness of God's presence in worship respectively. | | The Trinity and Preaching: Speaking With Integrity Michael Pasquarello explores how God’s threeness reveals attributes of God that any one person of the Trinity cannot reveal alone. | | This Day God Gives Me Two versions of the hymn "This Day God Gives Me" ("The Breastplate of St. Patrick"). The first is an upbeat, Irish folk arrangement with fiddle and the second is set to the famous, Scottish melody "Bunessan." | The Being and Doing of the Trinitarian God In this blog studded with cultural references, the author notes that the Trinity Sunday texts (Genesis 1:1-2:4a and Psalm 8) are not blatantly Trinitarian; instead, they ask about the action and the life of our Trinitarian... | | What Kind of Math Is This? In his sermon for Trinity Sunday, Dean Wolfe explores the Trinity as a metaphor for the different aspects and activities of God's personhood--the primary symbol of community that holds together by containing diversity within itself. | | The Oneness and Allness of God, Part 1 The oneness of God expressed in Ephesians 4:4-6 is core to Christian theology. How do you understand the oneness of God? How do you understand the Triune nature of God? | In Honor of St. Patrick Mark Roberts summarizes the life, conversion, and ministry of St. Patrick, comparing his experience of God's sovereignty to that of Joseph (Genesis 50:20). Included is the prayer known as the "Breastplate" attributed to St. Patrick. | | Trinity This sermon illustration drawn from the work of Frederick Buechner considers the nature and mystery of the Trinity and the centrality of love at the core of God’s being. | | Correct or Connected? On Purity Defining Christian purity as "participation in God's purity/holiness," this article by Mara Joy Norden on 1 Thessalonians 4:7 discusses how purity is unachievable through morality or correct beliefs. Purity requires communion with God and each other. | | The Threefold Nature of God Fred R. Anderson dives deeply into the rich theological truths of the Trinity, and helps us understand the person and work of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in the church and the world. | | In Honor of St. Patrick The examples of Joseph and St. Patrick illustrate the mystery and majesty of God’s redemptive sovereignty. People who have experienced some particular trauma in life to end up ministering to others who suffer that same trauma.... | | Ascension, Holy Spirit, Trinity, and Love This set of Catholic homilies focuses on the joy of loving (John 15:9-17), evangelism and the ascension (Acts 1:1-11), the Risen Lord's presence (Acts 1:15-26), the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-11), and the Trinity (Romans 8:14-17). | | Full Text Hymns on God's Threeness This Day God Gives Me©
How Jesus Changed Our Understanding of God Reflecting on Scriptures and church history on Christology, Scott Hoezee, David Bast, and Han-luen Kantzer Komline remind us that what we believe regarding the divine nature of Jesus has serious implications for Christian worship and practice.... | | The Virtue of Reliance In this collection of homilies for the month of May (Year B), David Endres reflects on a number of themes, including reliance on God (John 15:1-8), the Sacraments (Acts 1:1-11), and the mystery of the Trinity... | | My Neighbor's Music Richard Twiss chats about the "oneness" of the Trinity, our cultural preferences, and our incompleteness without our neighbor's music. | | The Trinity Rev. Dr. Ignacio Castuera offers a sermon declaring the importance of the doctrine of the Trinity to loving God and one another, and offers several images to help us understand God’s oneness manifested in three persons.... | | Two Types of Spiritual Peace This blog post challenges society's concept of true peace suggesting that it isn't about avoiding the struggles in life but about being so rooted in God that one is able to live with the suffering of... | | God Is Greater than Our Hearts This sermon by Frank Thomas is based on 1 John 4:16-20 and is called "God Is Greater than Our Hearts." | | Created Out of Love - The Work Of The People Rick McKinley speaks about how a Trinitarian understanding of God will help us to understand God's love, and God's judgment. | | Inseparable Operations Discussing the doctrine of the Trinity, this article by John W. Martens on John 16:12-15 draws on the writings of Augustine and Basil of Caesarea to explain that each person of the Trinity functions inseparably.