On Trinity Sunday, Lieutenant Rob reminds us that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit dance in divine fellowship with each other, separate persons but undivided in essence. The dance is a metaphor for the inclusive, perfect love of God and the intimate, social relationship we are invited to join.
God’s Superlative Holiness
Isaiah is confronted by God’s greatness, mystery and power. “Holy, holy, holy” is a superlative that hints at the Trinity. There is no-one else like God. He feels unworthy to be in God’s presence, but God makes the first move. In his holiness, God gives his grace. ere am I. Send me!”
Invited to the Dance
Cleansed of his unworthiness, his human failures, his shortcomings, God invites Isaiah to join the dance of the Trinity. God is inviting you to dance. What’s your response?
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