25 Jan 2005

It is in the deepest dark of a countryside night where one can see best the blazing of the myriad stars. Such is a lesson of life: that one must brave the black of blindness to see most clearly what the heavens above us hold. For it can be said of our frail faiths — that seem about to break under a stiff wind — there have been such saints that have been able to summon the power of an archangel with less. It just slips our thoughts so easily that the Lord is everywhere, I think, even in the darkest of the unholy places in this world. Do not forget that you are a child of God, and you do not go unarmed into the valley of the shadow of death. The will of God follows, and you, my friend, should fear no evil therefore….

posted by John H. Doe @ 12:08 am

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