Stir Up the Gifts, Part 2 – From Leaning to Dancing

2018-02-08T19:10:33+00:00 October 18th, 2015|Audio Sermons, Series, Stir up the Gifts, Sunday Morning, Sunday Service|

The theologians of the early church tried to describe the wonderful reality that we call the Trinity. If you’ve ever been to a Greek wedding you may have noticed the distinctive way of dancing, “perichoresis”. At least 3 dancers going in circles, weaving in and out, faster and faster in sync and rhythm, so effortlessly until they become a blur. The early church fathers looked at that dance and said that is what the Trinity is like; a harmonious set of relationships in which there is mutual giving and receiving and this relationship is called love.

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