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The music of God is love — and the music of God creates a dance within the Trinity that was going on well before creation and is the music of creation now and will establish endless perfect motion in eternity. Anyone who loves God and loves others is dancing, whether he or she knows it or not, to the divine dance. To love is to walk onto the divine dance floor.
Let me explain briefly. The Lord our God.
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The Lord is one. Now, if we add to the Father and the Son the third person of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit, we arrive at something distinct to our Christian faith: Theologians call this mutual indwelling the perichoresis, the dance of the Trinity. This perichoretic dance is the love of the persons of the Trinity for each other — the Father for the Son and the Spirit, and the Son for the Father and the Spirit, and the Spirit for the Father and the Son.
Theologians and philosophers reminds us that this perichoretic love is the origin of all the love in the universe, the tone for all the love in the universe, and the standard for all the love in the universe. Get up out of your seat and start dancing So when Jesus calls us to love God and to love others, he invites us to join him in the divine dance of the Trinity. Love, like dancing, is surrendering to the music on the divine dance floor. We may need to remind ourselves of the words from the previous chapter: Join the dance of God today.