There are doubtless many different kinds of sounds in the world, and nothing is without sound. If then I do not know the meaning of a sound, I will be a foreigner to the speaker and the speaker a foreigner to me. So with yourselves; since you are eager for spiritual gifts, strive to excel in them for building up the church. (1 Corinthians 14:10-12)

How are we to understand

when we do not know the language?

Especially the language of hope?

Seen above (and on home-page mastheads): “Even the Stones Will Cry Out” by Roberta Karstetter in the current ECVA exhibition, “Recognition & Return.”

Readings are from Streams of Mercy: a meditative commentary on the Bible by Ann Kristin Haldors Fontaine (used with permission of the author.

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  1. Thank you so much Robin for featuring my assemblage “Even the Stones Will Cry Out” on the Episcopal Cafe Art Blog. I am honored that you featured my assemblage art. Thanks again! I like the quotes from the “Streams of Mercy” you used with it too! Blessings to you!

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