Trinity

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In eternity

Father, Son, Spirit,

Delighting in perfect union,

 A joyous, exuberant affectionate dance,

Love flowing out and reflecting back,

Dwelling with each other in glorious goodness

Loving father, perfect son, glorious spirit, overwhelming grace,

Interwoven love sharing in harmony, a radiant illuminating light,

Amazing Trinity poured into creation, celebrating and delighting in us.

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Inspired by a sermon by Andrew Wilson, Kings Church, Eastbourne.

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Written for Poets United – Verse First – One Word at a Time

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7 Responses to Trinity

  1. aprille says:

    You make it seem so easy to accept…
    Beautiful presentation.

  2. aelfbee says:

    Would we could all dwell in this goodness.

  3. jalal michael sabbagh.http://gravatar.com/jmsabbagh86@gmail.com says:

    Delightful spiritual poem brings joy to the soul . Jlal

  4. Panchali says:

    Lovely…Confidence in the basic goodness of human nature forms the foundation of chivalry .

  5. Mary says:

    Beautifully prayerful, Alan!

  6. Kim Nelson says:

    Heartfelt and sincere, this poem reads like a psalm. I so enjoyed it! The loving relationship you illuminate here, within the trinity and extended to all creation, encourages, nurtures, reassures, soothes. Terrific piece!

  7. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    I particularly like ‘joyous, exuberant, affectionate dance’.

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