On this Trinity Sunday, I thought it best to give a little context to St Paul’s Trinitarian blessing at the end of his 2nd letter to the Corinthians. That way we can better take stock of how we believe, not just what we believe, so we don’t fall into the same schismatic, antinomian, and hubris-laden traps of the Corinthian church. In other words, a practical approach to embracing the Triune the God.
On this Sixth Sunday in Easter, how do truly get to know Jesus and live a life of love? The gift of the Holy Spirit!
As we rejoice in who our Triune God is today, we looked at the broader context for the Gospel lesson in our lectionary readings for today. I pray as you read and reflect, you might find the God Jesus describes and the truth he preaches not merely interesting or enlightening, but heartening–preparing you to face any hardship life brings your way.