Abba, Abba

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Today, I offer you a prayerful poem. Words offered up like breath to Our God from the heart…as we wait, anticipating the joy to come – the hope that is Christmas, and the One who makes all things new, the Eternal Hope Bringer- the Child, that changes everything. Even our hearts. Unto eternity. Amen.

I pray these words bless you today. May they be your own prayer and praise to the One who IS Christmas.

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On Saying Goodbye to my Mom…The Last Love Letter

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Mom and I in happier days!

 

To say that 2018 was a difficult year would be an understatement. When your New Year begins with being abruptly displaced from your home without warning and ends with the loss of a loved one, well words are sorta hard to find.

I spent most of 2018 helping my Mom stay alive. I cannot write much beyond that now- it’s still too new and unreal. I’m still settling into the reality of her being gone and this new year starting without her. I’m still struggling to figure out who I am without her in my life, and what’s next. Most of all I am missing the woman I called Mom. 

 

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Behold Judah Rising (Revelation 5:5)

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photo credit: HoHoLin via photopin (license)

 

I wrote this poem last Christmas Eve morning…

Though we wait for a babe in a manger, as gentle as a  lamb-let us never forget, the power of His roar.

 

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The Problem with Lists

 

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It’s National Poetry Month (#NPM17)…

here is this morning’s poetic offering:

 

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Theological Deduction

 

The Spirit gives life; the flesh profits nothing. The words I have spoken to you are spirit and they are life. However, there are some of you who do not believe.”

John 6:63-64

 

Without eternity

there is no reason  to smile,

and every reason

to be afraid.

 

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