Monthly Archives: January 2010

Danger in the Night

Danger in the Night The clock strikes twelve the moon is full the gathering fog creeps across the garden. The witching hour is here but I am fearless at the threat of ghoulies or ghosties and long-leggity beasties don’t scare … Continue reading

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Christus Victor

Christus Victor Deborah Beach Giordano © January 29, 2010 Perhaps the time has come to reclaim our faith in the victorious Christ. The one whose presence shines down upon us in medieval churches. Adorned in radiant armor and accompanied by … Continue reading

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A Farewell Prayer

A Farewell Prayer dedicated to the family and friends of ** A sweet farewell child of my heart; unknowing unbelieving you leave a swath of suffering in the wake of your hasty departure. Too soon, too young, too fast, too … Continue reading

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A Call to Awaken

A Call to Awaken I walked along
 the well-worn path seeing nothing; blind to all hope and any possibility of peace or joy. In the middle 
of a meadow, lushly-green from spring rains, where newborn flowers raised their fragile heads … Continue reading

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Dad Was Right

Dad Was Right or Another Prediction from the National Weather Service o o o o The last time the people who my father always called “the weather guessers” predicted rain – ceaseless, flood-producing rain – we had a week of cloudless … Continue reading

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John 2:1-11 ~ Water into Wine

Water into Wine John 2:1-11 Sweet, like grapes; refreshing, like water; intoxicating, like wine… What is this? A miracle, right in the middle of a mess up, when somebody — It isn’t my responsibility! Don’t look at me! I didn’t … Continue reading

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A Lesson from a Bird

A Lesson from a Bird Deborah Beach Giordano © January 20, 2010 It was a dark and stormy night; and so was the day that followed; an eerie half-light, a darkness at noon, as if the sun has refused to … Continue reading

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