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Gethsemane and the Trinity

Conflict is stranger than fiction;
Love is stronger than faction;
God is no stranger to conflict.

God is stranger than we know,
stronger than we feel,
weaker than we think,
wider than we imagine.

The cup of Gethsemane
is the cup of the Trinity.

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