He will glorify me because it is from me that he will receive what he will make known to you. All that belongs to the Father is mine. That is why I said the Spirit will receive from me what he will make known to you.” John 16:14-15
There aren’t many places in Scripture where we see the Holy Trinity being spelled out as it is here. Entire libraries could be filled with the amount of information that exists about the Trinity. My simple devotional cannot begin to touch upon the volumes of information available.
Suffice to say: we pray to the Father in the name of the Son through the power of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit illuminates the Scripture (Word of God=Son of God) to reveal in great detail God the Father.
If we learn just that much about the Trinity our Christian walk will be much smoother.
As a side note and for future reference, when one or two of these Godhead persons are emphasized, it is the beginning of what history calls a “heresy.” You see this error in all of the cults. If someone is preaching or teaching on one of the Godhead, it is certainly not heresy; instead it’s the teacher or the minister’s overall overemphasis on one (to the exclusion of the other Two).