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Advent series is beginning Sunday, December 2nd and continues through December 30th.
These words (below) are hauntingly beautiful coming from a poor, young Jewish girl whose life would be temporarily ruined and forever defined by a miracle pregnancy, and a birth.
Mary's Song

Blue homespun and the bend of my breast
keep warm this small hot naked star
fallen to my arms.  (Rest...
you who have had so far
to come.) Now nearness satisfies
the body of God sweetly. Quiet he lies
whose vigor hurled a universe. He sleeps
whose eyelids have not closed before.

His breath (so slight it seems
no breath at all) once ruffled the dark deeps
to sprout a world.
Charmed by dove's voices, the whisper of straw,
he dreams,
hearing no music from his other spheres.
Breath, mouth, ears, eyes,
he is curtailed
who overflowed all skies,
all years.

Older than eternity, now he
is new. Now native to earth as I am, nailed
to my poor planet, caught that I might be free,
blind in my womb to know my darkness ended,
 brought to this birth
for me to be new-born,
and for him to see me mended
I must see him torn.
Lucy Shaw captures perfectly the pain and beauty, the shifting darkness and brilliant light of the Virgin Birth. Please join us this Advent Season as we study this story as it begins to unfold in Luke 1 and 2.

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