How is the light Woven through All of creation? How is the light Part of the darkness And desolation? Where is the light In all our confusion? When here is the light, The benign consolation.
The message embracing pain is so pervasive All know the terrible tearings of the spirit The injuries inflicted on our invisible selves And it is to the soul conscious of its susceptibility to spiritual scars That the desolation of the cross offers its way of consolation. ~
God is in all things God was In darkness and in mystery The silent voices speaking to me In bleak and blank experience To leave the solitary experiment Connect with all that links the soul To infinities of consolation The blessing of the spirit's long salvation.
There is another way Of healing ~ And of being healed Accepting ~ A lifetime of pain And of revelation ~ Allowing The wounds ~ To be the way Of consolation. ~
~ In my deepest wound I saw ~ Your passion An astonishing ~ Moment Of consolation ~ A lifetime To come ~ Of Revelation. ~ "In my deepest wound I saw Your glory, and it astounded me." - St. Augustine ~
~ The soul endures so many shocks ~ Spirit hides its mystery ~ Yet locked inside the revelation ~ Awaiting the grace of consolation. ~
~ To wait In the presence . Of God For the consolation . Of the angels Offered now . Through Contemplation. . from a sequence inspired by Andrei Rublev's icon, "The Holy Trinity", and by Henri Nouwen's essay on the icon in "Behold the Beauty of the Lord" . Andrei Rublev, "The Holy Trinity"
. God is In all things . God was In darkness . And in Mystery . The silent voices Speaking to me . In bleak and blank Experience . To leave The solitary soul . Connect with all That links . To infinities Of consolation . The blessing Of the spirit's life . And long … Continue reading Connect With All That Links The Soul
. Not a God Of condemnation . But a God Of love . Blessing All things . Healing All things . Through soul’s Gradual consolation. .
. One who not only Created . But loved Beyond all possibility . In him is my Consolation . For time and then Eternity. . 'Winter Light' - Caspar David Friedrich