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Tag Archives: Song of Solomon
It isn’t the approval of God that fills us with hope in the face of the unknown journey into life beyond death. It isn’t even the mercy of God that helps our souls to sing “Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia” at the grave. Continue reading
A homily for the Saturday September 1st Holy Eucharist at St Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Elyria, Ohio. Some of the opening phrases are developed from the previous post (https://rosalindhughes.com/2012/08/30/year-b-proper-17-preaching-the-song-of-songs/) Perhaps the most bewildering question about the Song of Solomon, or the … Continue reading