I believe in one true God, who created the universe, the only living God as revealed in his Word. I believe in one God who is triune, and that is why I praise Him in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
But the Lord is the true God, he is the living God, and an everlasting king: at his wrath the earth shall tremble, and the nations shall not be able to abide his indignation. (Jeremiah 10:10, KJV)
Knowing and believing in God is inseparable from knowing the Bible; what is more inseparable is living by His Word. God and His word are united. If I say I believe in God, and I believe God, then I should believe His every Word. Christ’s resurrection is also testimony that His death on Golgotha has truly magnificent power. Therefore, we believe that His blood cleanses every sin. The Father chose us for salvation and eternity with him. Then He sent his Son to shed His blood on the cross and pay for our sins. Then the Holy Spirit applies this work of redemption to our souls and purifies us to believe in the risen Christ as reconciliation with the Father. So Christian salvation is the work of a triune God.
Although the Scripture is very strict in monotheism, it also reveals the features of the faces within one God – the Trinity. Prayer is the greatest gift from God, it is an open connection with Him every day of the week. We can summon every person of the trinity. But, prayer means coming before God the Father, through God the Son, in the power of the God Holy Spirit. True Christianity is threefold in teaching, salvation, glorification, and experience.
I bless you, who are searching His Word, today, in the name of the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Homework: Read Jeremiah 10 and Psalm 19