Trinity Sunday Worship and Sermon Resources
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· Jesus goes with us, Matthew 28:16-20, by Rev. Randy Quinn
· Illustration from the Tripod, Frank Schaefer
· Trinity Sundae, by Susan in San Pedro
· Three Circles--in One Chain, by Alex in Ohio
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A Celebration of Creation,
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WORSHIPING AND WAVERING Matthew
by Rev. Rick Thompson
- Some Still Doubt, Matthew 28:16-20, by Rev.
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Trinity Sunday Prayer
Thee, O God, for having made known to us the great mystery of the
Holy Trinity. Thou has granted the privilege of worshiping Thee as
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, three divine Persons in one
worship Thee, O God the Father. Thou hast created us and given us
the gift of life. Thou hast sustained us through the years with
the gifts of Thy love. Thou has protected us in danger and
guided us safely to this day. For all these gifts we praise
and thank Thy holy name.
We worship Thee, O God
the Son. Thou wast slain and hast redeemed us to God by Thy blood.
Thou hast hidden our sins with the robe of Thy righteousness. Thou
hast covered our unworthiness with Thy merit. Thou didst
become the Son of Man that we might become the children of
God. For all these gifts we praise and thank Thy Holy name.
worship Thee, O God the Holy Ghost. Thou hast given us the gift of
faith so that we know Jesus Christ as our Savior from sin and
death and hell. Thou hast given us the assurance of the
forgiveness of our sins through Him. Thou hast cheered us with the
hope of heaven in Christ. For all these gifts we praise and thank
Thy holy name.
Holy Trinity, preserve us always in body and soul until we stand
at the last in joyful awe and wonder before Thy throne to praise
Thee in the fullness of joy, world without and. Amen.
Trinity Sunday Sermons:
2 Corinthians 13:11-13
by Rev. Randy Quinn
I’m going to break one of the first rules I learned about public
speaking: I’m going to begin with an apology.
Today is Trinity Sunday. There are only a couple of days in the church
calendar set aside for doctrinal issues, and this is one of them. It’s
a day set aside to discuss and explore what it means to worship a
three-in-one, one-in-three God.
While the doctrine of the Trinity is alluded to in scripture, it is
never addressed directly. Rather, there are Biblical stories that
raise questions, questions the church found could best be answered
with the concept of the Trinity. It answers a question, however, that
I’m afraid we’re no longer asking.
And just so you know – even though today is Trinity Sunday I am not
obligated to speak about it. As I told the people who attend our
Tuesday night Bible Study, I could easily preach without addressing
the Trinity in my sermon.
So my apology is that I am choosing to speak about it anyway; knowing
that the Trinity is a doctrine of theology that few, if any of us, are
wondering about. But it is a core belief of the Christian faith,
something that makes us unique among the world’s religions, and I
believe it should be discussed openly at least once in a while. So I
decided to launch into it today, even if it isn’t the most pressing
issue on your minds – or mine, for that matter! (And I do so, knowing
that my weakest area of study in seminary and my least enjoyable
reading has always been in the field of theology.)
Finally, brothers and sisters, farewell. Put things in order, listen
to my appeal, agree with one another, live in peace; and the God of
love and peace will be with you. Greet one another with a holy kiss.
All the saints greet you. The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love
of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with all of you.
2 Cor. 13:11-13
Let me pose a question to begin, a question to ponder, one you may not
have thought to ask and may not care what the answer might be: What
does it mean to believe in the Trinity? What does it mean to believe
in the Trinity?
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