The Trinity—three persons, one God. It’s a difficult concept to grasp because God is so much bigger than our human minds can understand. As Amy Boucher Pye explains, oftentimes our pain can push us back to God and what Christ did for us. He became a human and gave His life up for us. That act of love and sacrifice is as unimaginable as the idea of the Trinity. “It’s so exciting to learn about this community of love: God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—who opens Himself up to us,” Amy shares. “It’s so mind-blowing that Christ would serve us.”
Amy Boucher Pye is a writer, speaker, and retreat leader who lives in North London. She’s the author of four books, including 7 Ways to Pray: Time-Tested Practices to Encounter God and the award-winning Finding Myself in Britain. She holds an MA in Christian Spirituality from the University of London, runs the Woman Alive book club in the UK, and enjoys life with her family in their English vicarage. Find her at amyboucherpye.com or on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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