Love Limitless - Carol Series (15)


Tune: 'Born is a baby, gentle as may be'

('Past three o'clock')

1 John 4 v.7-11, and v.16

St John's Day - Dec 27.


Belovéd, let us love one another

John says, each one, as sister and brother



Friends, we may God's love here now know and believe

His love to us, we may accept, receive


For love is of God, and true, every one

That loves is born of God and knows His Son - Chorus


They that love not, they know not God, for see

God is love, and He shows us love freely - Chorus


Love in salvation, unto each nation

God's love in His Son, redeeming each one - Chorus


Herein is love, not that we first God loved

But His love to us, forgiveness encoved* (*encovenanted)


If God so loved us, we ought also to

Love one another, be made in Christ new - Chorus

  • Author: orchidee (Offline Offline)
  • Published: December 27th, 2022 03:05
  • Comment from author about the poem: A Carol-Poem. verses: 10.10. Chorus: 11.10. Erm, snowy scenes again in the video, whether it's snowy or not where you are.
  • Category: Spiritual
  • Views: 22
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  • orchidee

    Some verses in this Carol get a bit eccentric. The look to be have been omitted here, e.g. something about bring Mary butter and honey!

  • Neville

    some of these verses clearly take after the rodent that writ em ... 🙂

    • orchidee

      Thanks N.

    • Dr. Soma

      I feel you are a music lover. Right? I love to sing Tagore songs. Do you know Tagore? Rabindranath Tagore. A Nobel Prize Winner for Gitanjali (1913). The doctor says Tagore songs are one kind of medicine. Meditation, Love, Nature, Worship, everything you can get within Tagore songs.

      • orchidee

        Thanks Soma. I don't know Tagore songs myself.

      • BlessedbyGod

        Very beautiful piece Steven,

        • orchidee

          Thanks BC.

        • Goldfinch60

          Good one Orchi.

          • orchidee

            Thanks Gold.

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