We saw his light break through the cloud of glory Whilst we were rooted still in time and place As earth became a part of Heaven’s story And heaven opened to his human face. We saw him go and yet we were not parted He took us with him to the heart of things The heart that broke for all the broken-hearted Is whole and Heaven-centred now, and sings, Sings in the strength that rises out of weakness, Sings through the clouds ...
Please log in or subscribe to continue reading
Christianity Today subscribers can log in below for full access. Not a subscriber? Subscribe and get complete access to The Behemoth and Christianity Today.
- Editors’ Note
Issue 22: Martin Luther, pensive proteins, Lego churches, and Ascension
- No Iota in Vain: Martin Luther’s ‘Great and Worthy Undertaking’
The reformer translated the New Testament in ten weeks—and with strong convictions. /
- Inside the Protein that Ponders
Even cells need time to pause and reflect. /
- The Real Lego Church
The brickmaker has a history with houses of worship. /
- Wonder on the Web
Issue 22: Links to amazing stuff /
Unlock This Article for a Friend
To unlock this article for your friends, use any of the social share buttons on our site, or simply copy the link below.