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“Pentecost Fire” – A Poem by Andrew King

May 21, 2015


(Acts 2:1-21)
by Andrew King

kind of
fire, and
new speech
brought to voice:
words that are flames
through walls that divide;
language that’s praise sung
in harmonies of the Spirit;
inclusive vocabulary of love.
Drink deep the new wine of
freedom, all slaves. Dream
as equals, world’s sons and
daughters. See the visions
of the kingdom of peace.
Wherever wind blows
the Spirit will flow:
the fire that
God’s love.



Andrew King-2phpThumb_generated_thumbnailjpgMany thanks to Andrew King for the above Pentecost poem. You can visit Andrew’s blog, “A Poetic Kind of Place,” by clicking here.

Embedded below is a video of “Refiner’s Fire,” by Brian Doerksen, which we’ll be singing at our 8:30 and 10 a.m. Services on May 24.

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