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The Day Renders Well Her Light To Cast

1920 1280 Robert Rife

The day renders well her light to cast, comes, with hopeful glance, her tidings bring – haunting dark, like some unholy past soon yields his woe to this better thing.…

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The Great Paradox

1920 1277 Alex R. Encomienda

Withering journeys of spite in the temples by night and by turning these Cusps into holiness; sighs come from deepness and life’s little destinies, Whether of beckoning pleasures or constant…

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Faith and Friction in Munich

1920 1279 Whitney Frahm

Once upon a time in Munich, the locals wanted to build a cathedral, but money was tight. So an architect named Jorg von Halsbach made a deal with the Devil,…

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The First Christmas Light

1920 1280 Sherry Schmied

In the commercialized fog that is American consumerism, we easily forget. We forget that He was the first Christmas light, turned on in a world of rolling darkness. We forget…

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My Soul Cries Out

1920 1440 Beckie Lindsey

Evidence spills with each sunrise dispelling doubt and fear A promise of restoration says I was made for more Prisoner of self-imposed reprisal Hope evaporates in shadow Darkness swallows the…

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What If My Nerves Were Singing

2509 1672 Chris Anderson

There are stages in the spiritual life. In the beginning, in the stage of Conversion, there are piercing insights and frequent joy. Everything makes sense. We have changed our lives…

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Schism Prism

1920 1440 Amanda N. Butler

The path to the right – the soil is embossed with roots – the other, a heartened roundabout; I am told I cannot take both at once. Which path is…

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Away From The Light

1920 960 Paul Phillips

The choral professor sat on the stool in the music store, one afternoon decades ago, choosing his words with care. “I teach on a campus filled with light. Where is…

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BLESSED BY TRIALS – James 1:12-27

6002 4800 Gail Davis

Introduction In the last Bible study that covered James 1:1-11, James taught his hearers and later readers three things. He told his hearers to consider trials joy because they produced…

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The darkness of the season

1280 851 JJ Landis

October falls into our lives every year. People bemoan the end of summer. “October already!” they say. “I can’t believe it. Where did summer go?” We are repeatedly amazed that…

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Hidden Beauty

1920 1285 Michael Thompson

Sticks. That’s really all they were. Whether unused lumber from a construction site or broken branches from a tree, they were discarded scraps of wood deemed unfit for use. Nothing but waste. Refuse. Junk. Fuel to…

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Is It Too Late For Me?

1920 1280 Matt Greene

Maybe you’ve asked yourself this question. Or maybe it was more of a declaration, “It is too late for me!” Regardless, I would venture to say that most of us…

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