Mysterious Simplicity - Lessons from the Trinity (1 Corinthians 2:7-17, Isaiah 40:12-30)

Phillip HopwoodPhillip Hopwood, March 11, 2011
Part of the In His Image series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

God can't be put in a box. Neither can life. It is easy to quickly settle for "simplistic simplicity" without humbly considering the complex realities of God and life. That's where "ism's" come from. The Spirit leads us to see the simple truths and paradoxical realities that lie on the far side of complexity.

Tags: complexity, fundamentalism, God, God's nature, Isaiah, legalism, lessons from the trinity, mystery, paradox, Paul, simplicity, simplistic, Spirit, Stephen Seamands, trinitarian, trinity, triune

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