Monthly Archives: August 2017

I didn’t notice…

You had been to the barber but I didn’t notice until later seeing your ear perfectly outlined, your neck shaved bare and vulnerable as an infant or a man condemned to the guillotine; all the while you sat straight-backed and … Continue reading

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Psalm for a Troubled People

Deborah Beach Giordano © August 14, 2017 Psalm 90 ~ interpreted by Deborah Almighty God, in You we live and move and have our being. Before the mountains arose, before the seas brought forth life, from everlasting to everlasting, You are. … Continue reading

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Deborah Beach Giordano © August 7, 2017 Genesis 32:23-30: told by Deborah Preparing for a confrontation with Esau and his troops, Jacob sent his family across the river, along with all of his possessions, but he spent the night by himself … Continue reading

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Who is There?

Deborah Beach Giordano © July 31, 2017 Genesis 29:15-28 ~ as told by Deborah Laban said to Jacob, “Just because we’re relatives doesn’t mean you should work for me for free. So tell me: what will your wages be?” Now Laban … Continue reading

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