1. We look on the face of God in Christ and rejoice on account of His shed blood and righteousness which sets us free to be the people of God.
  2. Just as the condemnation embraces us even now, so too does the remedy and the promise. Both are found in the cross of Christ.
  3. God has filled our lives with moments, pieces of poetry, which reveal the gracious beauty and powerful mystery of the Trinity.
  4. Preaching the Trinity as the God who gives of Himself for us will lead to a joyful confession of faith and true doxology.
  5. That He did on the cross and through the resurrection was the good work of God by which He has redeemed and restored all of creation, including you, back into a right relationship with God.
  6. There could not be a better day for remembering baptism (the direction of Peter’s sermon) than this, the Festival of the Holy Trinity.
  7. The resurrected Christ, who has all authority in Heaven and on Earth, also has His mind and His eye on the people who have gathered in your congregation this Sunday.
  8. The celebration of Trinity Sunday–the only church festival specifically dedicated to a doctrine–reminds us of the necessity of confessing that the one God exists in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  9. The Trinity is a handy shorthand for all that God has done to justify sinners.

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