Tag Archives: new year

God stands by God’s Word

But as high risk and heavy investment strategies go, the scheduling of those responsible to throw in their lot with the populace bears some comparison to the Incarnation. Continue reading

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Unmoved

It is not my place to regret the turning of the earth upon its axis, nor to mourn the passing of the year, the starlight winked and blinked across the empty spaces, fallen, finally, at our feet, and gone. It … Continue reading

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New wine and old skin

It is a truth universally acknowledged that we prefer beginnings to endings, opening lines to famous last words; and so we usher in the year with bells and whistles; fireworks obliterate the unforgotten, bury the little piles of guilt, glinting … Continue reading

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Reflection for the turn of the year

I told you, didn’t I? I told you that the walls were cracked and warped, crumbling and full of rising damp and dry rot, unfit for habitation. But you went right ahead and moved in anyway. First, you knocked though … Continue reading

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