A circle, a square and a triangle (⭕️ 🔲▲)

A circle, a square and a triangle (⭕️ 🔲▲) These are all shapes of course. Almost sounds like the opening line to a joke. So I figured I would share how each shape can relate to Christianity.

A circle, a square and a triangle (⭕️ 🔲▲) These are all shapes of course. Almost sounds like the opening line to a joke. So I figured I would share how each shape can relate to Christianity.

This post came from a writing prompt from DailyPrompt. All it said was “A circle, a square and a triangle”

I think these maybe the three basic shapes that all other shapes are formed from or combined with.

A circle, a square and a triangle (⭕️ 🔲▲)

A Circle ⭕️

A circle, a square and a triangle (⭕️ 🔲▲) These are all shapes of course. Almost sounds like the opening line to a joke.

Is always going around. The shape of a wheel and tire. These help us go places. This shape had no points. It can keep going round and round.

A record is in the shape of a circle.

The Circle can represent God’s never ending love.

A Square 🔲

A circle, a square and a triangle (⭕️ 🔲▲) These are all shapes of course. Almost sounds like the opening line to a joke.

A shape with four points that have a right angle. Meaning four 90° angle. This shaped formed boxes in which we store and/or ship items in.

We also know it from that word board game, Scrabble.

The square can represent the four gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John)

A Triangle ▲

A circle, a square and a triangle (⭕️ 🔲▲) These are all shapes of course. Almost sounds like the opening line to a joke.

A shape with three points. This shape came to form many roofs so rain could drain off.

I even remember a game called Triominos. It was similar to dominos, but a triangle shape.

The Triangle can represent The Trinity. (Father, Son & Holy Spirit)

Even an inverted Christmas Tree, upside-down Christmas Tree was used as a triangle to describe the trinity.

Nope, this didn’t go into a joke. The start of it does seem like some kind of joke.

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