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Speaking to the Soul: Storms of Fear

Speaking to the Soul: Storms of Fear

“When he saw that they were straining at the oars against an adverse wind, he 
came towards them early in the morning, walking on the sea.” Mark 6:47-56

The sea walker calms
wind and waves
of restless sleepless nights.
Bringing the sunrise
out of the cloudbanks on the horizon of fear.

 


 

Ann Fontaine is a retired priest living on the Oregon Coast. She blogs at What the Tide Brings In and shares a sometimes daily reflection on Facebook at Streams of Mercy.

 

Image: Boat in the storm by Ann Fontaine

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