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The Presence Of The Triune God

Divine service theme for the month of June: “The Presence of The Triune God”

On the Sunday before Pentecost we will explore our anticipation of the Holy Spirit. The sermon will focus on our plea for guidance from the Holy Spirit. We should bear in mind that those who are sealed have a particularly intimate relationship with the Holy Spirit. The members of the congregation are encouraged to ask the Holy Spirit to lead them into the knowledge of the truth of the gospel.

On Pentecost Sunday we will commemorate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and the establishment of the church of Christ. It is important to remember that one thing has never changed in the eventful history of Christianity, namely that the Holy Spirit has kept alive faith in Jesus Christ as the Son of God. The Holy Spirit has been active in the church at all times, preserving the essential elements of the gospel.

The Sunday after Pentecost is dedicated to the holy Trinity of God. The belief that Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one God is the binding element among all Christians. This is of central importance for New Apostolic Christians, which is why we want to be aware of how we approach the three divine persons in our life of faith.

The fourth Sunday in June is dedicated to John the Baptist. He was the one who directed the people to Jesus, announced His coming, and testified to them that He is the Christ. John the Baptist referred to Jesus as the Lamb of God, indicating that He is the Redeemer of the world.

The last Sunday in June will serve to prepare us for the divine service for the departed. Our love and care is not only aimed at those whom we deal with directly, but also at those in the beyond who seek salvation.

Our intercession for the departed should be characterized by a longing for fellowship with the triune God.

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