At Trinity, every discussion takes place guided by the main thing, which is simply this: God loves you. No matter what, no matter when, no matter where you’re at or where you’ve been, God loves you and he wants to be in a living relationship with him. It is the great reality that God loves you and that he demonstrated it most clearly when he sent his son Jesus to be your Savior, which shapes every discussion and question at Trinity.
What does Trinity teach about God?
In the Bible God reveals Himself to be three, separate, distinct Persons in one divine Being: The Father who created all things- The Son who became a human being to save all people- The Holy Spirit who brings people to faith in Jesus and keeps them in that faith.
What does Trinity teach about the Bible?
The Bible is the word of God. From the beginning, God’s Word has been powerful—powerful enough to create living things from nothing.
What does Trinity teach about the Sacraments?
The word sacrament comes to us from the Latin language where it translates the Greek word mystery. At first it was used to describe all the saving truths of the Christian faith, such as the Trinity, the incarnation, the redemption, and the church.
What does Trinity teach about worship and devotions?
Worship and fellowship are the primary places where the Holy Spirit comes to us to create and sustain our faith. Worship is not an obligation for us to begrudgingly fulfill but a joyful response to our gracious and forgiving heavenly Father.
What does Trinity teach about Holy Baptism?
In the water of baptism God comes to us by His Holy Spirit. He adopts us into His family. We are baptized into His name, “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.” He claims us as His own dear children and promises to always love and bless us.
What does Trinity teach about the Lord’s Supper?
By faith in Jesus as our Savior, we become the children of God. The Gospel tells us that clearly and that is the message of baptism too.
What does Trinity teach about growing in faith?
What kind of people ought we to be? We ought to live holy and godly lives as we look forward to the day of God and speed its coming (2 Peter 3:11-12). Not out of fear of judgment but in joyful response to God’s love which saves us from destruction. Through faith in Jesus we are new people—the old sinful, selfish person has died with Christ and has been raised to life again.