Tag Archives: surrender

God’s safety

God’s safety always includes death © Meisaan Chan

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Trust me more, says the Lord

Deepen into infinity – do you really think that you’ve arrived? © Meisaan Chan

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Walk the earth naked

Walk the earth nakedplunge your face into the meat of lifeno time for delicaciesno timeno time © Meisaan Chan

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Parable of the woman and the pebble

The kingdom of God is like a woman who moved into a new house. She left the largest room empty except for a single pebble, and when she was ready, she swept the pebble away. © Meisaan Chan

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When the world stops spinning

When the world stops spinningand you and I meet at lastI, in deficit, without shoes and starvingYou, abundant:Finally, in stillness,I accept what you’ve been trying to give © Meisaan Chan

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How the Spirit settles, II

Emptying yourself outis the greatest invitation for Spiritfor nothing takes more space than the self © Meisaan Chan

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Healthy soil holds death

Healthy soil holds deathit won’t be healthy until it does © Meisaan Chan

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