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Sermons on Trinity Sunday

Sermon for Trinity Sunday Readings: Proverbs 8:1–4, 22–31, Romans 5:1–5 & John 16:12–15 Anyone who was a ‘fly on the wall’ at our Spiritual Cafe on Tuesday mornings, would agree that we regularly end up in very engaging and stimulating conversations, often on topics that have nothing to do with the particular subject of our spiritual reflection for the given day. One…

Trinity Sunday

Sermon for Trinity Sunday Readings: Isaiah 6:1–8; Romans 8:12–17 & John 3:1–17 I’d like you to think for a moment, that living a life of faith is like driving a car. First we learn the road rules which, in the case of our faith, would be things like the Ten Commandments and the teachings of Jesus. Next we take lessons on how…

Trinity Sunday

Readings: Exodus 34:1–8, 2 Corinthians 13:11–13 & Matthew 28:16–20 I wonder how many of you are familiar with the saying “it doesn’t make one iota of difference”? I had no idea of the origins of this saying until I started studying theology. The English word ‘iota’, which means “an extremely small amount”, derives its meaning from the ninth letter of the Greek…

Trinity Sunday

Readings: Proverbs 8:1–4, 22–31, Romans 5:1–5 & John 16:12–15 I’ve heard a lot of people say that the doctrine of the Holy Trinity is the most difficult aspect of the Christian Faith to explain to someone. Let’s test that theory shall we? I’m going to read you a definition of the doctrine of the Trinity from Wikipedia. ‘The Christian doctrine of the…