Just passing But eager to absorb Some things of life And common ground Common I ask? They are French And there have been tensions Leaving our Dominion? Taking with them Language and history Hockey and cuisine Music and colour Celine and the Rocket’s memory But then they thought again And new dialogue And new engagement … More En Passant
Beautifies the meek, yes He does this oh so well Dismisses doubters’ ranklings And all their hate dispels A grace that marches calmly Through “everyday’s” demands And hugs and uplifts Tenderly With carpenter’s strong hands. He speaks a view celestial A home for all oppressed Where all who hold on bravely Find comfort, kin and … More Song For the Meek
Sing little heart Yes even when you’re hurting Make breath an arrow Let fly at Satan’s plot. His plan despair And faithless disconcerting Hints at unworthy Child, even when you’re not. You have the voice And faith and memories lifting Calling to mind Deliverance of the past. Sing of God’s grace And closeness in the … More Til the Morning
His voice almost an auctioneer’s His tone assured, authoritative His words convicting Pure scripture many times And with joy unspeakable: “We are beholders, containers Of the supernatural, my friends. Time and again Pentecost comes Perhaps not with the grandeur Of that First Church But warmly, honestly And with the fragrance of Christ. We know of … More Brother Fuller, Overflowing
“Love you to death” A quaint little saying Core to our faith In Christ’s full obeying Died for His friends A horrid blood-letting Debt fully paid His Cross, ransom getting Died for His foes Though they poured the hate on Laughed at His lot Yet some heard the grace song. What my response To mercy’s … More To Death, and Why?