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God’s time

God’s relationship with our time-bound world is much more poetic and less literal than a counting down of days between the first and the second creation to come. Continue reading

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Timely: a psalm

Bend my time back to the moment
when You are ever present,
and let it be now. Continue reading

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In time

Without time,
can even God make a beginning? Continue reading

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Advent in the meantime

Light and dark his skin and mine. “Who has the time?” he asked. I had said, “I am a process person.” He said it quietly, but I heard the harmonic ringing out: “Time is a privilege.” The time between “thy … Continue reading

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St Michael and All Angels

They were not created on the first day. They are not light, nor dark; they live in bright shadows in between. They do not rise nor set; they were not created on the fourth day. They are not reputed to … Continue reading

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I had time

This morning, I had time, but, fickle friend that it is, it ran out on me, and I found myself as usual chasing it down the street and down the day … Continue reading

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Advent meditation: parables, fools, and poetry

Written for the Diocese of Ohio Advent meditations collection, Advent 2014 (see more at http://www.dohio.org) Readings for Thursday of the First Week of Advent: Psalm 118: 19-24; Isaiah 26: 1-6; Matthew 7: 21-27 Rock of Ages They called him a … Continue reading

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