How Do You Pray To A Trinity? Part One

Ever wonder who you should be praying to? God the Father, Jesus, the Holy Spirit?  If you pick one, do you offend the other two? Who are you supposed to pray to? Does it say someplace in the Bible? Jesus said, if you’ve seen Me you’ve seen the Father. The Holy Spirit comes into our hearts when we become saved, so should we be talking to Him?  There can be this private awkwardness when it comes to prayer, but I’m pretty sure that we don’t need to stress about it. God is well adjusted enough to not be offended how we pray. In fact, who we pray to can reveal our own need for healing.

5 thoughts on “How Do You Pray To A Trinity? Part One

  1. Holly Michael

    Very real ponderings. I’ve wondered the same. Somehow I imagine them all together, listening. Maybe picture yourself encircled in the love of the Trinity. Good thought provoking post. Holly Michael.

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