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Christmas Gift

  Carried for nine months and birthed far from Heaven’s hallelujahs into Israel’s Rough fringes—a Bethlehem town, Incarnation, God come to be one of us—a Singular identification with The lost and the loved: It was a lowly Ministry to a … Continue reading

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Hope is a Prayer . . .

Having a clinging, nails dug in kind of plea, a bruised knee kind of prayer, Overwhelming the inner pain with cleansing tears and constant “please Gods,” Pressing in to Someone stronger than my impotence, more capable than my imagination allows, … Continue reading

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Christmas Acrostic

Come to crush the serpent’s head, Heaven’s Son, Creation wielder, Roiled in the raw filth of our mutiny and brokenness, Intervention looked like a baby. Sinew, muscle, blood, and bone, Tears and hunger, heat and cold, Mender of hearts, mender … Continue reading

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