Tag Archives: Georges Rouault

I Shouted

I sit by the roadside in Jericho begging. A crowd goes by and I ask, “What’s happening?” They tell me, “Jesus of Nazareth is passing by.” Without thinking, I shout, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!” Those who … Continue reading

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Incarnation: Some Assembly Required

Incarnation: Some Assembly Required I open my door to welcome all that You are and PUT everyone comes in anxious thoughtful joyous distraught expectant ANGRY PUT (with compassion crushing PUT blame baring PUT vulnerability) lost God unassembled I feel Your … Continue reading

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