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Experiencing the Trinity: The Grace of God for the People of God (Thorn)

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What do you do when you’re at the end of your rope?

For Christians, there is only one simple yet profound answer: turn to the triune God. Born out of lessons learned during one of the most spiritually challenging periods of his life, Experiencing the Trinity by pastor Joe Thorn contains 50 down-to-earth meditations on God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Overflowing with scriptural truth, pastoral wisdom, and personal honesty, this book reflects on common experiences of doubt, fear, and temptation—pointing readers to the grace that God provides and the strength that he promises.

Table of Contents:  

Part 1: God the Father 

  1. He Is Holy
  2. He Is Creator
  3. He Is Powerful
  4. He Is Present
  5. He Provides
  6. He Is Good
  7. He Knows
  8. He Is Patient
  9. He Is Love
  10. He Forgives
  11. He Is Unchanging
  12. He Is Jealous
  13. He Is Listening
  14. He Disciplines
  15. He Is Father 

Part 2: God The Son 

  1. His Humanity
  2. His Deity
  3. His Poverty
  4. His Love
  5. His Temptation
  6. His Obedience
  7. His Suffering
  8. His Death
  9. His Resurrection
  10. His Reign
  11. His Hold
  12. His Help
  13. His Presence
  14. His Church
  15. His Mission
  16. His Priesthood
  17. His Kingdom
  18. His Prayer
  19. His Glory
  20. His Return

Part 3: God The Spirit 

  1. He Regenerates
  2. He Indwells
  3. He Intercedes
  4. He Fills
  5. He Comforts
  6. He Teaches
  7. He Leads
  8. He Convicts
  9. He Points to Jesus
  10. He Revives
  11. He Gives Wisdom
  12. He Sanctifies
  13. He Grieves
  14. He Gives Gifts
  15. He Resurrects 



Joe Thorn (MDiv, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the founding and lead pastor of Redeemer Fellowship in St. Charles, Illinois. He and his wife, Jen, have four children.



“All Christians believe in the Trinity, but most Christians, if we’re honest, don’t like to think about the Trinity that much. The doctrine seems abstract, dry, and distant from everyday life. This book will change that for you. Joe Thorn points us to the joy of a God who is Father, Son, and Spirit, showing us how this truth should prompt us to worship, pray, and trust. He applies this great doctrine without putting us out of its mystery. This book can better equip you to praise the God from whom all blessings flow.” — Russell D. Moore, President, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission; author, Tempted and Tried

Experiencing the Trinity will help us focus on God in the midst of the dark clouds and thundering waves that threaten to sink us. The book you hold now is short, but the truths contained therein are neither flippant nor light. It’s just the kind of ballast you need in life’s storms.” — Gloria Furman, Pastor’s wife, Redeemer Church of Dubai; mother of four; author, Glimpses of Grace and Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full  

“Here’s gospel gold emerging from the furnace of affliction. Truth that’s been lived becomes life giving as Joe comforts others with the comfort with which he has been comforted by God. I hope and pray that these beautiful meditations will do you as much good as they did me.” — David P. Murray, Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

“When we are confused and discouraged, where do we find and place our hope? Thorn has written insightful reflections on how knowing God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit transforms us. Experiencing the Trinity gives us the framework for finding lasting hope in God and will leave an impression on your soul.” — Trillia Newbell, author, United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity and Fear and Faith

“Are you weary, discouraged, spiritually dry? Joe Thorn has found a deep well of living water in the desert, and each reading in this wonderful book provides a glorious supply for the parched in spirit.Experiencing the Trinity is real medicine for the soul.” — Jared C. Wilson, Director of Content Strategy, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

“Joe Thorn is a pastor-theologian. He also, however, is a broken man. In this book he shares how Joe Thorn the pastor-theologian ministered to Joe Thorn the broken man—how reflection on the reality of all the graces of the triune God put him on the road to healing. Every pastor should want all of his church members to digest this book. It will encourage them toward a more profound dependence upon the grace of God. It will help them abandon all reservations they have to be grateful to God for all things. It will make them become better listeners to doctrinal preaching and will make the preacher himself a much more sensitive, reflective, and truth-oriented proclaimer of the Word of God.” — Tom J. Nettles, Professor of Historical Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; author, By His Grace and for His Glory