I’ve shared with you the story of my friend from New York traveling through the South and experiencing the ubiquitous grits. At one diner, he decided to ask the waitress, “What are grits?” The waitress stopped to ponder and became noticeably perplexed. She offered this answer, “Well, grits is grits!” Food for our bodies.

It’s that time of the year when we celebrate the Doctrine of the Trinity. Considered to be one of the central Christian affirmations about God, it proclaims the unity of Creator, Son, and Holy Spirit as three persons in one Godhead. And we all go “Uh huh” and move along. “Well, the Trinity is the Trinity!” Food for our souls.

Both mysterious and available everywhere at all times.

This Sunday, we will look at John 3:1-17, Jesus’s meeting in the night with Nicodemus and their discussion about being born again. Jesus utters the famous John 3:16: “Yes, God so loved the world as to give the Only Begotten One that whoever believes may not die but have eternal life.”

You might say, “Well, what does one have to do with the other?”

Join us Sunday at 10 am at 1130 Balclutha, on Zoom or Livestream as we delve into the mystery. Bring a sidekick sleuth!

Rev. Michael Cronin

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