1 in Creation
God the Father spoke, Genesis 1:3 “And God said, Let there be light.”
God the Son was the Word spoken, John 1:1 “In the beginning was the Word.”
God the Holy Spirit moved upon the face of the waters, Genesis 1:2; Job 26:12,13.
2 in the Incarnation
God the Father gave His only Son, John 3:16.
God the Son was born into the world, Luke 2:11.
God the Spirit came upon Mary to cause conception, Luke 1:35.
3 in Redemption
God the Father accepted the sacrifice of Calvary, Hebrews 9:14.
God the Son offered Himself as our substitute, Hebrews 9:14.
God the Spirit—Jesus offered Himself “through the eternal Spirit,” Hebrews 9:14.
4 in Salvation
God the Father received the prodigal from the far country, Luke 15:22. The Father welcomes the sinner, forgives him, supplies robes, rings and a feast.
God the Son is the Shepherd that goes to seek the lost sheep, Luke 15:4.
God the Spirit seals the new convert, Ephesians 1:13.
5 in Communion
God the Father invites us to come to Him for fellowship, Ephesians 2:18.
God the Son is the reconciliation, 2 Corinthians 5:19.
God the Spirit effects this union and communion, Ephesians 2:18.
6 in Prayer
God the Father is the One who receives the requests, John 16:23.
God the Son is the One in whose Name we pray, John 16:23.
God the Spirit directs us in our requests, Romans 8:26.
7 in Glory
God the Father is eventually to receive the millennial kingdom, 1 Corinthians 15:24.
God the Son is the One who will change our vile body to one like His, Philippians 3:21.
God the Spirit gives the invitation, Revelation 22:17.
8 in Regeneration
God the Father records the new name in glory, Luke 10.20.
God the Son cleanses the sin in His precious blood, Ephesians 1:7.
God the Spirit performs the transforming miracle of the new birth, John 3:3-6.
Douglas, Alban. One Hundred Bible Lessons. OMF Literature.