Pastor Ed Young - Lead Pastor of Fellowship Church
Ed Young

April 30, 2024



Romans 11:36 “For from him and through him and for him are all things. To him be the glory forever! Amen.”

1 Corinthians 1:20 “Where is the wise person? Where is the teacher of the law? Where is the philosopher of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world?”

Matthew 28:19 “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,”


Have you ever met someone who loves to name-drop, acting like they’re best buddies with a celebrity or a famous influencer? They throw around the name to impress others, but deep down, they don’t truly know the person—their likes, dislikes, or what makes them tick. Today and tomorrow, let’s jump into the idea of knowing God, not just in a superficial way but intimately, understanding his essence and character.

Let’s kick things off with a couple mind-blowing questions: What is the Trinity, and why does it matter? The Trinity refers to God as three distinct persons—God the Father, God the Son (Jesus), and God the Holy Spirit—yet one. It’s a profound mystery that challenges our human understanding. Picture it: God is three persons, each fully God, yet there is only one God. It’s a truth that may leave us scratching our heads, but it’s a foundational aspect of our faith.

Understanding the Trinity refines our relationship with God, allowing us to know him on a deeper level. It shapes our understanding of the gospel, revealing God’s invitation for us to be part of his divine plan. Realizing that we exist for God’s purposes brings clarity and purpose to our lives. Moreover, the Trinity underscores the uniqueness of Christianity, emphasizing our belief in the triune God, setting us apart in our faith.

As we reflect on the Trinity, let’s embrace the awe-inspiring mystery of God’s nature. Let’s seek to know him intimately, not just in name, but in the depth of his character and the richness of his love for us. The Trinity isn’t just a theological concept; it’s a gateway to a profound and transformative relationship with our God.


God’s involvement in our lives is demonstrated through the Trinity – God sending His Son, and the Son sending the Holy Spirit. This divine partnership showcases God’s heart for reaching humanity. So, how can we join forces with God to impact our community for Him? Who can you invite, tell the good news with today?


God, as I think about the significance of the Trinity, I’m reminded of your deep love for humanity. Ignite a passion within me to pursue you wholeheartedly. Use me as an instrument of your peace, hope, and redemption in a world that desperately needs you.

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