Daily Archives: January 17, 2014


Tozer Knowledge of the Holy Day 4: The Trinity

This entry is part 5 of 24 in the series Tozer-Knowledge of the Holy

In today’s reading, Tozer touches on one of the most difficult theological subjects for us to study, yet presents the subject in such a wonderful manner. He is of course referring to the Trinity. Tozer takes us through the the various creeds of the church, as well as shed some insights in the doctrine of the Trinity. Tozer does not try to prove the Trinity. Instead, he appeals to our faith and shows us, that having faith in and believing the Trinity, while a difficult subject to grasp intellectually, is not any more difficult to grasp or believe than other aspects of God in terms of creation, etc. He finishes the study by showing us areas in the Word of God where the Trinity was at work and show how God manifested Himself in the Trinity during the creation event, the birth of Jesus, the baptism of Jesus, and the resurrection of Jesus. Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and Holy Spirit, we know and believe from Your Word that You manifest Yourself to us in three distinct persons of the Trinity. Help us to accept this doctrine by faith and reflect on it as we continue to study Your attributes and ways this semester. Help us to deepen our […]