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Winter Benediction

January 30, 2020



Winter Benediction

 

IV Winter

 

When winter comes and winds are cold and keen,

When nights are darkest, though the stars shine bright,

When life shrinks to its roots, or sleeps unseen,

Then may he bless and bring you to his light.

For he has come at last, and can be seen,

God’s love, made vulnerable, tightly curled:

The Winter Child, The Saviour Of The World.

 

A reading from Malcolm Guite of our Winter Benediction~

 

 

 

 



The featured image is (c) Lancia E. Smith and is used with her glad permission for Cultivating, The Cultivating Project, and for Malcolm Guite. The Seasons Benedictions, originally commissioned by Cultivating, can also be found in Malcolm Guite’s book – After Prayer

To read more about After Prayer enjoy the interview with Malcolm here.



 

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