Based on Isaiah 65:17–25
Our God, we have taken no sweeter breath
than this! Spring air in new lungs
a choir of a thousand tongues
singing we’ll no longer toil.
Green blades rise from past-neglected soil
to life, for You have risen from death!
Our God, we have taken no sweeter breath.
Our God, we have known no sweeter work than this! Now will we pluck the grapes in our hands Now will we taste their juices and dance as if being ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 30: Picturing plankton, the rarely told story of the first missionary to the Muslims, and the arresting burning bush. /
- The Drifters
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The God who makes himself known as flame wants to hold our gaze. /
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