God's Tricycle of Faith


“Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.”

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Holy Moments

Tricycle of faith with three good wheels: 

Front Wheel- God the Father

Back Right Wheel - God the Son Jesus Christ 

Back Left Wheel - God the Holy Spirit 

Matthew 18:3
“Truly I tell you,” he said, “unless you turn and become like children,
you will never enter the Kingdom of heaven.”

Jesus spoke these words and the Tricycle represents little children.

The Trinity is shown in the Tricycle. The soul needs lifting up just like
the body and the Tricycle has worked it's marvelous wonders.

The Runaway Tricycle

One day Tommy and Billy were riding their tricycles. Their daddy was walking along with them. It was fun to ride their tricycles farther than they were allowed to go alone.

When they turned down a steep hill, somehow Tommy’s feet slipped off the pedals. Faster and faster he went down the hill. He wasn’t really scared. Perhaps he was too young to think of what would happen if he hit a tree or couldn’t stop before he reached the
busy road at the bottom.

Back at the top of the hill, Daddy made Billy get off his trike so he wouldn’t go down the hill too. Then Daddy prayed, asking the Lord Jesus for help for Tommy.

Every Christian has this very real help. In fact, the Bible says, “Call upon Me in the day of trouble: I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify Me.” Psalms 50:15.

Daddy’s trust in the Lord Jesus was not disappointed. Tommy’s trike hit a bump in the sidewalk and flipped him onto the grass. Tommy was not hurt, and the tricycle wasn’t even damaged!

Once the three were together again, what do you think Daddy did? He did what the last part of Psalms 50:15 says — he thanked the Lord Jesus for keeping Tommy from harm. He didn’t wait until they got home; he prayed right there on the street!

Another verse tells us that the angels are spirits “sent forth to minister for [to serve] them who shall be heirs of salvation.” Hebrews 1:14. At that time neither of the boys knew the Lord Jesus as their Savior. God allowed them to grow up, and each of them has admitted his sinfulness to God. They both have put their trust in the Lord Jesus as their own personal Savior.

The Word of God tells us that “all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God” (Rom. 3:23), and “the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 6:23. At whatever age you are right now, you may come to the Lord Jesus Christ and receive Him as your Savior. You don’t have to wait until you are grown up. Have you done this?
“Now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.” 2 Corinthians 6:2.