What Does The Bible Say About The Trinity?

What Does The Bible Say About The TrinityWhat does the Bible say about the Trinity? The truth is that the word “Trinity” is not in the Bible, but the concept of the Trinity most definitely is. So just what is “the Trinity”? The Trinity is one God existing in three Persons. That is the essence of the Trinity. God the Father is God, God the Son (Jesus) is God, and God the Holy Spirit is God – and yet there is only one God. Advocates of other religions who don’t believe in the Trinity will immediately object at this point and say that this is impossible. But the truth is that God is so much greater than us and so far beyond our understanding that it is not for us to say what is or is not possible for God. As we shall see, the Scriptures very clearly tell us that the Father is God, that Jesus is God and that the Holy Spirit is God – and yet that God is one God. Some have tried to compare the Trinity to water. You see, water can be a gas, a liquid or a solid – and yet it is still water. That metaphor is quite imperfect, but it can be helpful to an extent. The reality is that no metaphor is going to be fully able to describe God. But God has revealed Himself in His Word, and when we turn to the Scriptures we find all of the answers that we need. (Read More.....)