Singing in the Community of Prayer #8 When the world Seems so without spirit or soul What must be done To heal To make all Well? This cycle of poems has been inspired by 'The Monastery of the Heart' by Joan Chittester. Previous poems in the cycle can be read after the image. 1. Everyone … Continue reading What Can Be Done To Heal?
A vision of friends with the wounds of compassion . Now clothed in garments of joy who had watched him dying . Now know the healing scars that pass all understanding. . Image by pixel2013 from Pixabay
(Always Beyond Defeat cycle #6) Healing Always healing And blessing Jesus Teach us to be kind Heart, body, spirit, mind. ~ This is the next in a cycle of poems inspired by scenes from the life of Christ depicted in the Lady Chapel at Hereford Cathedral. Previous poems appear under today's window image... 1. Spirit … Continue reading Always Healing
Reach Out for Peace
Punches bruise The world And the inner soul Now reach out For peace To mend and to heal.
Another Way of Healing
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. ~
Love and Grace
~ God gives Love and grace ~ Hidden Behind each human face ~ The treasure Of a human soul ~ Created Guided ~ Healing Whole. ~
~ There are the pains Having received . And having given Of impotence to give again . In what lives The healing . When the dark Begins to wane? ~
Powers of Transformation
~ Though soul withdrew Anxious and afraid ~ Spirit’s story Has a happier ending ~ You learnt how love Has powers of transformation ~ And seeks to heal Through acts of affirmation. ~ Image by Simon Matzinger from Pixabay
Soul’s Gradual Consolation
. Not a God Of condemnation . But a God Of love . Blessing All things . Healing All things . Through soul’s Gradual consolation. .
Inspiring Icons: Christ Pantocrator
. His face shines With divine light . Illuminating Our souls with love . His eyes Hold us . This is God Who through man . Comes to heal And to bless. . 'Christ Pantocrator', St. Catherine's Monastery, Sinai
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