Trinity, second Sunday

Glory be to the Father who created us, glory be to the Son who redeemed us, glory be to the Spirit who sanctified us, glory be to the highest and undivided Trinity, whose works are inseparable, whose power lasts without end. You are worthy of praise, you are worthy of hymns, you deserve every honour, to you blessing and love, to you the act of grace, to you honour, power and strength, our God, for ever and ever. Amen.

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About middlingpoet

From the Gawain poet to Rainer Maria Rilke: I love traditional poetry.
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