Tag Archives: Poetry

Where the Frost Bites and Holds

For all who have had frosty skirmishes for the relationship you must fight for, let today’s prayer lead you to the space where you are found, finding “you.”  Left ambiguously at the end, it may be the “you” of the one … Continue reading

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The Beauty of it All

The Psalmist sings, In Your presence is fullness of joy;                                                             … Continue reading

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Enlarge the Cavern

Augustine confessed, “the house of my soul is too narrow for thee to come in to me; let it be enlarged by thee. It is in ruins; do thou restore it” (Chapter V:6). Augustine intimates that it is not merely … Continue reading

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A Vision of Holiness

There are times of contemplation that result in visions and erupt in worship. These are the best of times: those unharnessed moments, untamed and fierce – where you hold on to the wave, only to wonder and ponder this Holy … Continue reading

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