Tag: Earth

Close of the Day

I want to round off the day with this new piece by Tom Read. He turns what is a rather pagan and nonsensical poem into a beautiful hymn about our hope in Christ, just by changing a few words. After

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Gold

This poem concludes a trilogy of poems over the last three Christmases. For 2009 and 2010 see Myrrh and Frankincense. —– All I have wanted for two years and three months is treasure; Not wrapped and buried in a chest under

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Monday Morning Ponderable

This is really true. More than ever perhaps : • Space is at a premium. • Time is at a premium. • Cash is at a premium. Hence the need for the – ‘ Easy Inter Burial Container ‘ For

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Climategate

Given all the fuss today about “The Wave” (which appears to me to be a bunch of people dressed in blue protesting about the fact that there has been no discernible change in the Earth’s temperature for almost 15 years),

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Vigil

In the grave they laid him, love whom men had slain, Thinking that never he would wake again. Laid in the earth like grain that sleeps unseen

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Why we Celebrate Tonight

As you read this Gayle, Reuben and I will be returning home from Church, ready to celebrate the birth of Jesus. As dusk has fallen, in the Central European Tradition, we will read the nativity story, sing worship and open

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