God in three persons: service plans for a four-week series on the Trinity
My children still can’t believe that I am unable to discern the three-dimensional image in a magic-eye picture.
“Dad, go like this,” they advise, looking at the picture cross-eyed, or touching their nose to the surface and backing up slowly. But no matter what I try, still no image. Only a vague sense of failure and frustration. “Don’t worry, Dad,” they say with a sympathetic pat on the shoulder, “you’ll get it one day.” Seeing the Trinity can be a similar challenge.