Trinity

by Abimbola Ogunleye
(Ikeja,Lagos, Nigeria.)

Items Needed For This Free Children's Church Object Lesson:

A Cooked or boiled Egg, remove the three parts(Shell,White part and Yoke) of the egg in a small plates and Let the children realise that the trinity is like the onenee of the egg before separation . The shell,white part and the yoke, all agree together, stays together to be one and be called a name, meaning God the father, son and holy spirit are one and agreed to be called one name "GOD".
The three part of an egg always stays together and one can not be without the other, meaning the shell alone can not be call an egg but it is called shell of an egg, meaning God the father. the white part alone can not be called an egg but white part of an egg, meaning God the son, and lastly the yoke alone can not be call an egg but yoke of an egg, meaning God the Holy Spirit.

All these are part of an egg but when the are together it is called an egg, also the trinity togetherness is called GOD, GOD HEAD, TRINITY because they were all together and eqaul in all thing.

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Sep 27, 2012
In Response to Previous Commenter NEW
by: Kristin McPherson


The submissions here are to provide ideas for children's church ministry, not debate doctrine. Please keep your comments relevant to the purpose of the website.

Additionally, here is some scripture to address your concern:

I John 5:7 "For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one."

Jan 28, 2012
there is but only One God not three
by: Anonymous

there is no trinity you can not find trinity in the bible, the bible dose say "hear oh Israel the lord our God is one Lord" Deut 6:4, "I and my Father are one" St. John 10:30, also Ephesians 4:5-6 One lord, one faith, one baptism,ONE GOD even 1 John 5:7 that God is ONE

also need to obey ACTS 2:38

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