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O Come, O Holy Spirit, come!
Come as holy fire and burn in us,
Come as holy wind and cleanse us,
Come as holy light and lead us,
Come as holy truth and teach us,
Come as holy forgiveness and free us,
Come as holy love and enfold us,
Come as holy power and enable us,
Come as holy life and dwell in us.
Come, Holy Spirit, and increase in us your gifts of grace
Convict us, convert us,
Consecrate us, until we are wholly yours
And Transform us into the image of Christ. Amen
reading the modern philosophers
that truth is so much a method
it’s perfectly all
right for me to believe whatever
I like or if I like,
Abide with Me, March 2020
by Judith Sornberger
Bumped up against and overlapping one another,
it’s hard to tell one painted turtle’s olive-tiled
carapace from another’s. For a moment,
I see only a mound of glaring sunlight
balanced on the log across Marsh Creek.
John writes that “There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear”.
So what fear does perfect love cast out?