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Speaking to the Soul: The writing on the wall

From the Daily Office: Daniel 5:1-12 tells the story of Belshazzar’s feast, in which the king misappropriates the temple vessels for his own carousing, and is answered by a mysterious finger writing on the wall of his banqueting hall.


Near the church that I serve is a bridge that no longer leads anywhere.

Hillandale Park, Euclid, Ohio

Over spring break, my son and younger daughter indulged my spirit of exploration and crossed the bridge with me. We used a lump of leftover tree […]

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