Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Silent Night-A Poem

As we hear the story again, that ancient story we know so well Of the days when heaven and earth touched and angels sang their praises When shepherds heard and a virgin gave birth in the midst of the stable … Continue reading

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Images for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and the First Sunday after Christmas

From Luke’s Christmas Story   Christmas Day from the Prologue of John’s Gospel there are some really cool images at the Light of the World Exhibition of the Episcopal Church and Visual Arts Finally for the Sunday after Christmas, which … Continue reading

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Phoenix Rising- A Poem

Rising from the ashes of a past that consumed the dreams of the day Embracing the rising sun of the new life and possibilities The flaming pyre that were supposed to consume me Became the necessary predecessor to resurrection As … Continue reading

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Images for the Fourth Sunday of Advent

Another cool resource I found this week for artwork is Art and Bible¬†which is in French, but it is pretty easy to click on the wikis for various readings which also has some great artwork for this passage. For this … Continue reading

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Imagining Advent- A poem

In a world come of age that no longer dreams When the spiritual is banished to some distant past And feelings and dreamings of the romatics are exorcised In the cold harsh world of facts and data and pundits Can … Continue reading

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Images for the Third Sunday of Advent

This is typically the second Sunday of John the Baptist readings for the season of Advent, so a few images of John the Baptist first and then I’m going to ¬†break from the Revised Common Lectionary this Sunday in Year … Continue reading

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Frozen- A Poem

As the earth reaches the point where water turns to ice And life retreats into the caves and crevasses of the world In a valiant attempt to retain the heat that it has stored up From the new life of … Continue reading

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