Tag Archives: Emily Dickinson

One Reliable Way to Notice Our Knowable God!

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A God who is unnoticeable in the world is one who is unknowable to its people.  I fear we exist in a culture in which God is no longer noticeable.  If my fear is on target, the realities are life-shaking. … Continue reading

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Word/Quote of the Week — Surrender and Emily Dickinson

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 SURRENDER A poem by Emily Dickinson Doubt me, my dim companion! Why, God would be content With but a fraction of the love Poured thee without a stint. The whole of me, forever, What more the woman can, — Say … Continue reading

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Moments of Awakening: Moment #1, Grime Ridden Grace Filled

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That which holds your heart holds your life.  Poets express this sentiment when they  write of love, hope and beauty.  The Outlet, from Dickinson beautifully portrays love captured longing to be captured (read here, http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/outlet-162). The media is captivated by this reality … Continue reading

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