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The Halls

1920 1280 Jason Ramsey

These are halls where souls go to die. Where agony parlays grief and fluorescent beams shock minds into submission. Where clamoring “it is finished” reverberates against concrete walls and rings…

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Pursuit Of Beauty

1646 1097 Carole Sparks

I’ve never met a follower of Christ who didn’t enjoy a beautiful sunset, a mountain vista (especially in autumn!), or a fresh flower glossed with dew. God is, without doubt,…

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Don’t Leave Me This Way

1280 857 Callie Feyen

One of my favorite parts about road trips is listening to music in the car. I don’t mean the mixes—I guess they’re called playlists these days—I’m talking about entering a…

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What Good Is That?

1920 1275 Michael Thompson

Since the Garden, human beings have had two maladies that choke our connection with God and limit our effect on the world. We undervalue the reality of God that is…

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The View From Moresheth-Gath

1920 1280 Robbie Maakestad

It was midafternoon when I climbed the side of Tel Goded, a large hill created by layers of ruins from an ancient city rebuilt again and again over thousands of…

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modern poetry

1920 1280 Robert Rife

a medicine cabinet stuffed with placebo   a closet full of clever   a basket of plastic apples half-eaten, half-observed spit back out where they too become poetry   Hermes…

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