Rev. Lawrence London

(Rockford, IL, USA)

Trinity Love


God is unseen partner,
in every relationship;
between husband and wife,
even as God's Holy
Spirit is life-giving Love,
between God the Father
and God the Son, making
three Persons One.
Husband and wife, two become
one; with God both saving
one's uniqueness and sharing
one another's togetherness
in love.
God's holiness call embraces
individual fulfillment,
marital lifestyle sharing
and God's love, through
serving others.
Living these three expressions,
God's call echoes on earth
life's eternal song; Father,
Son, Spirit, One willing Love
being done.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Rookie Carissa Thiessen (2/23/2007 7:44:00 PM)

    What a great encouragement to read your words. It is so true. You have truly been blessed by God to have the words that you have. God Bless! ! ! (Report) Reply

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