A.E. Stallings, “Amateur Iconography: Resurrection”

Jesus is back—he’s harvesting the dead. He’s pulling them up out of the dirt like leeks— By the scruff of the neck, by the wispy hair on the head, Like bulbs in darkness sallowly starting to grow From deep down in the earth where the lost things go— Keys and locks, small change, old hinges,Continue reading “A.E. Stallings, “Amateur Iconography: Resurrection””

the darkness has not overcome him

O happy fault that earned for us so great, so glorious a Redeemer! / O felix culpa, quæ talem ac tantum méruit habére Redemptórem! Tonight it was preached: the darkness has not overcome him, and it will not overcome you. Be not afraid to carry the light of Christ into the darkness within you. ItContinue reading “the darkness has not overcome him”