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The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit

The doctrine of the Trinity is one of the most difficult doctrines to understand in all of Christianity. Even many Christians find it confusing. But at its core, the doctrine of the Trinity is simple: There is one God in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Each person of the Trinity is fully God, yet there are not three Gods, but one. This mystery can never be fully understood by finite humans, but we can know it through faith in Jesus Christ. The Bible teaches that God is the only one worthy of worship. It also tells us that He created everything and upholds it by His power. That means He is the Creator, Lord, and Sustainer of all people, including you!

The Father has existed for eternity past. Jesus said in prayer to His Father, “And this is eternal life, that they may know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.” (John 17:3). The Bible tells us that when we pray to God, we are really praying to His Father in Heaven.

The Son of God became a man in order to save humankind from sin and death. He lived the life we could not live and died the death we deserve to die, but God raised Him from death because He did not stay dead. Jesus is alive and sits at the right hand of His heavenly Father (see Mark 16:19).

Jesus said, “I am going there to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am.” (John 14:2-3). So Jesus is preparing a place in heaven for us and one day we will go live with Him there.

The Holy Spirit is God at work within us, giving us new life, empowering us for service, revealing the truth to us, and convicting us of sin. The Holy Spirit comes from the Father and the Son (John 15:26) and He also is fully God. The Bible says that when we repent of our sin and follow Christ as Lord, the Holy Spirit takes up residence in our hearts (see Acts 2:38) and becomes an indwelling presence in us throughout our lives.

That’s right: The Trinity is one God, manifest and revealed to us as three separate persons — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — who are all equally and fully God!

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The Church

God created the world as a place of relationship with Himself. In the Garden of Eden, He walked with Adam and Eve in fellowship (see Genesis 3:8). People today are still created to have a relationship with God. But sin has separated all people from their Creator; we can’t approach Him on our own.

The good news is that Jesus came to earth as the God-man, fully man, and fully God. He lived a perfect, sinless life and then died on the cross as the sacrifice for the sins of all people (1 John 2:2). Jesus rose from death and is alive today! He invites us to receive Him by faith as our Savior. When we invite Jesus into our lives, repenting of sin and trusting in Him, God forgives us of our sin and adopts us into His family. We become children of the living God (see Romans 10:9).

The Church is all believers everywhere, of every time in history, who have trusted in Jesus Christ alone for their salvation. The Bible puts it this way, “For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.” (Ephesians 2:10). The Church is also referred to as “the body of Christ” because Jesus said that He is its head. As a believer, you are part of that body — and wherever other believers are gathered, there is the church (see Colossians 1:18; Ephesians 1:22-23).

As a member of the Church, you are part of God’s family. You can’t earn your way into His family by being good or doing enough good things; He invites you to be part of it through faith in Christ.

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Find a Church in Lapu-Lapu, Philippines

Churches in Lapu-Lapu, Philippines have a wide variety of churches and denominations to choose from!

Churches in Lapu-Lapu come in all shapes and sizes, from small chapels to grand cathedrals! Regardless of their size or denomination, they are all an important part of the community and play a vital role in the lives of those who attend them. Find a church near Lapu-Lapu, Philippines today!

How to Pray

Prayer is simply talking with God. He loves to hear from us and we can pray anytime, anywhere. The Bible tells us that Jesus Himself prayed often (see Mark 1:35; Luke 5:16). Prayer is a way of drawing near to God and building a relationship with Him.

When we pray, we can talk to God about anything — our joys, our concerns, our needs, our hurts. We can also thank Him for all He has done for us. The most important thing is to simply be honest with Him and to trust that He hears us and will respond according to His perfect will.

The Bible tells us that when we pray, we should do so with a thankful heart (see Colossians 4:2). When we pray, we should think about what it is that we are praying for and why, and then offer our requests to God. The most important thing is that all of our prayers are made in the name of Jesus Christ.

How to Read the Bible

The Bible is one of the most important books in the world, and it’s also one of the most misunderstood. Here are four tips to help you read and understand the Bible better.

1. Don’t just read the Bible, study it!

The word “study” comes from a Greek word that means to “give something special attention, to apply oneself to it diligently.” The Bible is not a light read and you should take your time when reading it. If possible, read the same passage over and over to help you understand what it means.

2. Read the Bible in context!

When reading the Bible, make every effort to read passages in their original context (the place and time they were written) instead of taking them out of context (removing them from where they were written). For example, when Jesus told His disciples that He was going to prepare a place for them in heaven, He wasn’t just speaking to them, but to all believers who would come after them.

3. Read the Bible with an open heart!

It can be very easy to read quickly through passages that don’t seem important or interesting instead of taking the time to understand what the passage is about. However, if you come across a verse that doesn’t make sense or isn’t clear, be patient and continue to read and study the surrounding verses and passages. You might also pray to God and ask Him what He wants you to know from His Word.

4. Read it in its entirety!

The Bible is not just a collection of unrelated passages; it tells one big story about God’s love, plan, and purpose for us. There are 66 books in the Bible written by 40 different authors over 1,500 years, but it all fits together to tell one big story.