by Stephen Whitney

Our Sovereign God
Stephen Whitney
Revelation 1:4-8

In 1963, the year before the Beatles came to the United States, the charts were filled with great records by the Drifters, the Beach Boys, Roy Orbison along with Martha and the Vandllas.

What set the Beatles apart from all of the other musical groups
was the great interpersonal chemistry between John Lennon,
Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Star who were all just a couple of years apart. The band which had only formed in London in 1960 came to be called the "Fab Four" as their popularity grew across the Britain in 1963. By early 1964 they
had become international stars, leading the "British Invasion"
of the United States pop market.

Paul McCartney guitarist, songwriter and singer, summed up the Beatles interpersonal chemistry by saying, "The thing is, we're
all really the same person. We're just four parts of the one."

The four young men who made up the musical group the Beatles saw themselves as one instead of four individuals which allowed them work together to become the greatest and most influential rock group during the 1960's selling more albums and number one hits than any other singing group. It was their unity caused them to be such a success.

The unity of the Trinity causes the plan of God to be successful.
The doctrine of the Trinity can be difficult and perplexing to us.
The word trinity is not found in the Bible, but is used to describe the relationship of three persons who make up the one true God.
It is used to describe the fullness of the Godhead both in terms of unity (oneness) and diversity (individual function).

The historical formulation of the Trinity is that God is one
in essence and three in person: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Each member of the Trinity has all the attributes of deity, but
what makes each of them distinct is their individual function
as part of the Godhead.

TRINITY - Spiritual Blessing :4-6
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