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Speaking to the Soul: we raise our hands

Speaking to the Soul: we raise our hands

We raise our hands

An offering, our helplessness,

Our empty hands,
  Open trusting, it is enough
Because in the quiet
  Emptiness we find our lack,
Trust, faith, hope in hands
  Laid out to the One
Who claims us
  Children all

 The Rev. Annette Joseph is rector at Holy Cross, Poplar Bluff Missouri. She is married to Richard and they have five children. Reflecting on life has always been a tool for deepening
Image: by Annette Joseph
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Tammy

What I needed this morning. Thank you!

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