we cannot understand the Triune God but we can enjoy His divine dispensing!


the Triune God is not for theological understanding but for the divine dispensing!This week in the Morning Revival we are in the second week on, The Focus of the Lord’s Recovery. Last week we really saw that the focus of the Lord’s recovery is the corporate expression of the Triune God, the testimony of Jesus! This week we are enjoying the focus of the Epistles in the New Testament, the Divine Trinity for the Divine Dispensing. What is the focus of all the 22 Epistles, from Romans to Jude? It is simply the Divine Trinity for the Divine Dispensing.

not understanding but enjoying the Triune God

When it comes to the Triune God – the Father, the Son, and the Spirit – many believers and unbelievers alike are very confused, saying, “This is something too high and too complicated – who can understand the Triune God? Maybe the theologians or the Bible seminaries students can, but it is too complicated for me…” – but we need to put aside this reaction, this concept, and be open to see more. We need to see that the Triune God is not for theological understanding but for the divine dispensing. Read more via,

the Triune God is not for theological understanding but for the divine dispensing!

2 thoughts on “we cannot understand the Triune God but we can enjoy His divine dispensing!

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