CHRIST IN WINTER: Reflections on Faith from a Place of Winter for the Years of Winter… ©
In the darkness of this morning hour
my vision of the day
is filled with hope.
Yet I know that with the dawn
aches of body, mind, and soul,
concerns for others,
and for my own slowly slipping
footing in this world.
Evil hides in night time, true,
but it brazens forth in daylight,
swinging the sword of power
with lies and swagger,
chanting holy verses as it strides.
Do not despair because of darkness.
In the darkness before daylight
there is hope.
John Robert McFarland
The “place of winter” mentioned in the title line is Iron Mountain, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where life is defined by winter even in the summer! [This phrase is explained in the post for March 20, 2014.]
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