The Trinity of God is a concept that explains that God exists in three forms: The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit, it is the most difficult concept to understand in Christianity as the term “Trinity” isn’t found in the Bible and trying to understand it can be very confusing. New Christians find it difficult because throughout the Bible, we are taught that we have only one true God. It is not to say that the concept of the Trinity of God is wrong, but understanding the totality of God is unachievable by the human mind as God is infinitely greater than we are.
Non-Christians are even more confused than we are, they believe Christians serve three different people and although it may seem like so, there are different instances in the Bible that explains it. Matthew 28:19 says “Go therefore and make disciples of all nation’s, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the son and of the Holy spirit.”
In Genesis 1:26 and 3:22, God used the word “us” acknowledging that He is more than one. The concept of the Trinity is to help us understand the different personalities of God, Although it is a fact that there is only one God, He is the Father who created the universe, The Sovereign one, The all-seeing; He is the Son, Jesus Christ the way , the truth and light, the One who guides us. Colossians 1:15 says “The son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation and He is also the Holy Spirit (also known as the Holy Ghost), the comforter, the Helper and the Spirit of truth.
In truth, the concept of the Trinity is a tricky one, even most mature Christians are skeptical about talking about it, but when you look deeply into it you might find it interesting. I got an idea about the concept of the Trinity while talking to my friend, she explained from her own perspective that The idea of Trinity is to show the supremacy of God. God the Father is always on the throne, He never leaves heaven, God the son, Jesus Christ died for our sins that we may yet be saved and God the Holy Spirit is God on the move, the One who is in contact with us.
Little wonder why He seems to be everywhere, can you imagine serving a king who is never on his throne? Imagine how heaven would be without God and imagine how earth would be without God, but our God is ubiquitous and supreme, so which other way is there to show this? By not leaving one place for another, through Him being the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. This might not fully answer your question about the Trinity of God, but I hope I tried in shedding a little a light on it. No one fully understands God, Isaiah 55:8 says “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, Nor are your ways My ways.” Do you have any thoughts on the Trinity of God, why don’t you share it with us.