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Awaiting words, awaiting the Word 8 December 2016

Posted by Dr Moose in Advent, Faith, Life, Theology.

This may be all you’ll get today: awordlessn acknowledgement that sometimes there are no words, or words available at the time you need to write them. (It’s true that so much of my blogging, is life my journalling, more a stream of consciousness than a planned piece. Perhaps it’s best described as something that evolves, the words flowing ahead in my brain, faster than my hands can type or write).

So all I’ll offer today is this. The reminder that it’s ok to be lost for words, sometimes, or to be unable to express them, as we journey through life and especially through Advent, awaiting the Living Word of God to take flesh, enter into our world, and by as many works as words, proclaim the goodness, love, and saving power of God.



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