The Last Poem of a Dying Clergyman

2020-07-08T02:33:38+00:00May 16th, 2020|BEAUTY, Literature|

Sometimes people have a certain intuition, a premonition if you will, of their own deaths. It may be a vague sense of the approaching end, or a specific sign, but some seem to know it in a way that transcends book knowledge. It is a distinct type of spiritual knowledge beckoning one’s attention to [...]

John Rutter’s Glorious Psalm 23 – Part 2: The Sheep

2020-07-08T02:34:41+00:00May 15th, 2020|BEAUTY, Music & Performance|

The Sheep English choirmaster, John Rutter, established the Cambridge Singers in the early 1980s for the purpose of producing musical recordings, and they have been amazingly prolific with nearly forty albums of their blessed music gracing our world. This group consists of both children and adults, who perform both sacred and secular music under [...]

The Power and the Glory of Ezekiel’s Cherubim

2020-07-08T02:36:11+00:00May 14th, 2020|Angels, BEAUTY|

Only divine artistry can fully craft the unearthly magnificence of an angel. Human words will never be sufficient to describe their beauty and grandeur. All attempts, through imagery, arts, and language, fall short of depicting these glorious beings in all their splendor, although many try. We know by faith that there is more to [...]

The Wonder of a Pen

2020-07-08T02:37:21+00:00May 14th, 2020|BEAUTY, Wonder & Ingenuity|

The world contains layers upon layers of beauty. But do we have eyes to see all there is to see? Sight is the physical sense. Seeing is the spiritual sense. The difference became evident to me recently when I looked up from my reading at a pen on my desk and noticed that it [...]

The Delicate Art of Crafting a Tiffany Lamp

2020-07-08T02:41:02+00:00April 21st, 2020|BEAUTY, Inspiration|

“Color is to the eye what music is to the ear.” ~ Louis Comfort Tiffany The name Tiffany usually calls to mind fine jewelry, which is thanks to Charles Lewis Tiffany (1812-1902), whose enterprising work established what today we know as Tiffany & Co. Historian Paul Johnson said that Charles Lewis, originally a merchant [...]