Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone, Silence the pianos and with muffled drum Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.
A Slice of Infinity Typically, people think science and miracles are at odds.
It is science that makes miracles possible. And likewise, God can reveal Himself in each of our lives. The more I talk with people, the more convinced I am that the experience of miracles is universal.
We need to share our stories, Two poems we need to invite others to share their stories as well.
Joan Miro, Poema I, mixed media, A student from China showed up at a university open forum where I was speaking. Daniel began to explain the Christian message to her, and she was increasingly being drawn to God.
Alva decided she wanted to be a Christian, and my friends had the supreme privilege of praying with her to affirm that commitment. There is one more detail to the story that fills me with awe. My talk for that night was already typed and printed before the week began, and the PowerPoint was done.
So we rushed home after a lunchtime event, and we added just one additional handwritten page to the talk and just one additional PowerPoint slide. What did that slide read? Second, there is Ephesians 2: The same is true of each of us.
At this event, you will experience this story of the gospel anew through multiple forms of art form from short story to spoken word.This page contains Edmund Blunden poems requested by visitors to the website.
We are very interested to know what people think about his poems; please feel free to contact us with any observations. God’s Two Poems Posted by Vince Vitale, on May 17, Topic: A Slice of Infinity Typically, people think science and miracles are at odds.
That’s what I once thought. But in fact, it’s only within the regularity of science that God can reveal Himself to . "Daisies smell-less, yet most quaint, And sweet thyme true, Primrose, first born child of Ver, Merry Spring-time's harbinger." - Francis Beaumont, Two Noble Kinsmen "For every person who has ever lived there has come, at last, a spring he will never see.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected two poems by Daniel Owen for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.
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