This booklet contains a short description of Trinity Prayer and over 80 triplets declaring who God is as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Use this booklet to deepen your relationship with each person of the Trinity.
In Trinity praying I feel completeness in talking to God in His completeness. I treasure the glory of their separate Persons and offices. I know that to seek anything from One is to seek the response of all of God, because He is inseparable.
Here are a few triplets from the booklet
He is Maker of heaven and earth.
He is the first cause of everything.
The Father is the Maker of heaven and earth, from whom our help comes. Ps 121:2
The Son upholds all things by his powerful word. Heb 1:3
The Spirit, the Breath of the Almighty, who made us, breathes his breath into us, and sustains our life. Job 33:4, John 20:22
Thank him for his sustaining care.
He is all-powerful.
I acknowledge his might.
The Father sent his glorious arm of power to divide the waters before his people. Isa 63:12
The Son destroyed death and brought life and immortality to light. 2 Tim 1:10
The Spirit is the power by whom Jesus taught, healed, did mighty miracles and preached the gospel on earth. Luke 4:14
Be blessed in his sovereign rule.
He is the God of victory.
I take confidence that…
The Father is Lord of hosts, God of angel armies. Ps 24:10 NKJV
The Son disarmed all principalities and authorities, triumphing over them by his cross. Col 2:15
The Spirit is the sword of spiritual warfare. Eph 6:17
Trinity prayer is found in the Epistles. In 2 Corinthians 16:14 Paul blessed the Corinthians. “May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all.” Paul requested prayer in Romans 15:30 mentioning the Trinity. “I urge you, brothers, by our Lord Jesus Christ and by the love of the Spirit, to join me in my struggle by praying to God for me” (Romans 15:30). The Message puts it this way. “We have one request, dear friends: Pray for us. Pray strenuously with and for us— to God the Father, through the power of our Master Jesus, through the love of the Spirit” (Romans 15:30).