But this Awesome God, is also and Awesome Lover. St. John tells us how God sent his Son to save the world from the evil that the world had turned to. Our Lord is sent not just to the world in general, but to each of us so that we might be saved through him.
The Power of Love, the Power that binds us as One is itself the very Spirit of God. The Unity that we enjoy, the power of God that we possess, is the Presence of God acting in our lives, the Presence of the Holy Spirit.
My brothers and sisters, we belong to this Awesome God, this Awesome Love, this Awesome Presence. We are baptized in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. God’s life dwells within us. God dwells within us.
We carry God in the fragile vessel of our humanity. We seek his Presence and Love and Power and pray to Him within us and all around us. He is Ours and we are His. This is the Gift of the Almighty to each of us, a gift that should not be trivialized with concepts of Force, but a gift that should be treasured with reverence and respect. With love.
How beautiful it is to be alive to God! How sad it is when we forget His presence, and how devastating it is when we lose His Presence.
The celebration of the Most Holy Trinity is a celebration of the Dignity we have received by being admitted into Mystery. The Mystery is God. His Power and Love and Presence are greater than our minds’ capabilities. He possesses Us, and we possess Him, not for ourselves, but to continue His Presence in the world.
 18th May, 2008, Trinity Sunday. St John I. Readings: Exodus 34:4-6, 8-9. Glory and praise for ever!—Daniel 2:52-56. 2 Corinthians 13:11-13. John 3:16-18.