RSSArchive for October, 2014

Oct

29

Trust

Trust Trust all things well work. Until that call in time brings you to a far off hill, stay still, in touch, stay on the line. New bell will ring such truth as God will reveal.

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Oct

26

God’s Will

God’s Will Hit a deer, a big one, ran out of a yard into my grill. Was it God’s will?… Another man struggling with alcohol picked it up, dressed it out, a small tattooed man with free meat to eat for many a meal. Was that God’s will as well? Or is it all the […]

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Oct

22

When God Made Himself a Man (revised)

When God Made Himself a Man Ageless unknown tale of betrayal and renewal… what could be more miracle than life itself: biochemical complexity you single out with a grain of salt, its surface swim in every day without a thought? Feckless, reckless empty cup of holes….what keeps you up? God made Himself a man to […]

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Oct

19

satan, the taker

satan, the taker Luke 10:18 Imagine satan himself as just a subtle serpent tempting Eve with diluted and distorted, perverted truth and crooked reason: why would she die this day, with knowledge such as gods of good and evil, or in this season?…who were these gods? Why should he convey that her certain innocence would […]

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Oct

18

All things were made by Him and without Him was not anything made that was made

All things were made by Him; and without Him Was not anything made that was made. John 1: 3 Next to the robin that sings in your soul bouncing from branch to flower, on the other side of the kitten that plays by the hour with its ball and its bowl sits an orangutan of […]

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Oct

8

Under a Banyan Tree

Under a Banyan tree Under extravagant arms of a grand Banyan tree our bones rattled, they sang scattered asunder, us under… came to life. We are glad to each other. We play under the tree in the heat of day with the blessing of need, not too near, not too far away.

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Oct

4

Your Meeting

Your Meeting You choose appointed meeting dark at gnarled tree by deep river well past the dusk. You get there early, listen for plaintive whistle, hear minute cicadas in concert with ducks, loud toads, as water flows before and wait not as Sisyphus repeating useless tasks nor according to spelunkian theories of second survival but […]

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