Song For Natalie

My way forward is always about going deeper into God’s love for me. Deeper into God’s heart, deeper into union and communion with Him. I’m walking the road to claiming my identity as the Beloved of God. —Sharon Garlough Brown, Sensible Shoes “Wash me…” from the dust of dreams, Of sorrow’s song with iron bars…

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How Long Will You Forget Me?

How long will you forget me, Lord? Forever? How long will you look the other way when I am in need? Psalm 13:1 “I spoke of an Army on the point of entering an enemy’s territories. Answering the question as to the cause of delay: ‘Waiting for supplies.’ The answer might also have been: ‘Waiting…

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A Good Lament

  I remember long ago this songwriter God. (You know the one.) He asked the question: Where are the lamentations for modern day? He implied ( I thought) that lamentations were GOOD… necessary, now as then. Well… is that true? Lamentation: makes the hard and cruel – disgusted. (Is that good?) Lamentation: makes the shallow,…

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A Caterpillar’s Lament

A little worm All drab and brown Is all I’ll ever be. But oh, The dreams inside of me That no one else can see. Though every day My life is spent Down in the mud below. I long with all my heart and soul Up to the clouds to go. To rise above On…

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