Monthly Archives: March 2016

My Book of Uncommon Prayers: Power Under

When spin is more important than truth and winning is more important than loving, when circling the wagons is more important  than loving the enemy, then we have failed to be Christ followers— Christ, who did not consider his reputation … Continue reading

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If I Were

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
If I were a bird, I would soar on wind and wing, taking in a wide world. No telephone-wire-sitting for me.  I would find the tallest…

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My Book of Uncommon Prayers: Limping

Limping church, tormented body, suppressing our Hyde in this war—flesh and spirit, are we only to stumble through heaven’s gate? How can we be broken bread to a dying world— wine poured out to heal a tortured race—when we can’t … Continue reading

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A Forever Fluid

Originally posted on Apronhead:
The creeping darkness—really a creepy darkness, and it smothers my horizon with narrowing view, pressing smaller and smaller; and I wonder how it happened, when years that seemed to stretch before me in a flowing forever…

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