Amazing Love - Poem by James Tipp
Human love demands relationship, response
Needs the oxygen of acknowledgment, recognition
Nobody loves in a vacuum, love dies without contact
Ceases to have meaning or relevance ceases to be.
So why does God love humanity? Here is contradiction
Mystery, amazing love, that has no boundaries
Has no dictates of communion, is always there
To bring His grace to undeserving humanity
This love is all one way like a constant stream
He listens and comes alongside the stranger
But the stranger is the one who does not know God
God knows the stranger, loves the stranger
With amazing love, agape love, self giving love.
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