Tag Archives: home

Homecoming

How glorious it is to know the names of the trees and streets and birds singing, where the feet can find the way home without asking and do © Meisaan Chan

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Discerning the paths

You can choose to fear, says the Lord but that path will not lead you home © Meisaan Chan

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Church angel

I leave the pew and get in line for that little wafer that I don’t understand in a community I don’t frequent: I am a stranger in this semi-foreign land and in the other line of people a little girl … Continue reading

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If you have no car, no bike, no phone, no shoes, nothing that the world values

There are so many ways home, says the Lord; come home, dear ones, come home © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)  

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The return

Coming back to me requires no distance to cross only the turning © Meisaan Chan

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Make your home in me

I am the rock that weathers all storms, says the Lord; make your home in me © Meisaan Chan (Photo credit: National Geographic)

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Construction of the Temple

Make more than a tent, O my soul, for who knows how long the Lord wants to stay © Meisaan Chan

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