Here is a new hymn text which grew out of a Trinitarian reflection on John 1.1-18. I have a feeling that a couple of the verses are still in process of development, so any suggestions would be grateful received. In the meanwhile, if you wish to field test it in worship then you are welcome to reproduce it provided you acknowledge authorship and source (crammedwithheaven.org).
All is Love
Before the time when time began, before the cosmos came to be, God lived in love and love was all and love o’erflowed the One in Three. The Father spoke and glory shone, creating both the day and night. The Word of God was life for all, eternal, undivided light. Though sin has done its spoiling work, with life corrupted, love ignored, our Christ has come, redeeming all: a life laid down, a love outpoured. Come, Holy Spirit, fill my heart, repair my life, renew my will, that I may know and share your love and Christ may all my living fill. I worship and adore you, Lord, I praise you, Father, Spirit, Son; for you are mine and I am yours, eternal Love, beloved One. Christopher J Ellis Tunes: Tallis’s Canon Come Together (Jimmy Owens)