Monthly Archives: March 2012

Matchwood and immortal diamond

Gerard Manley Hopkins on the hope of resurrection: A beacon, an eternal beam. Flesh fade, and mortal trash Fall to the residuary worm; world’s wildfire, leave but ash: In a flash, at a trumpet crash, I am all at once … Continue reading

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Words that bite

I came across this in a book called Letters along the way by Don Carson and John Woodbridge (it, incidentally, is well worth a read for its inspiring portrayal of a long-distance but authentic discipleship relationship, not to mention the … Continue reading

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