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by Latimer Blaylock

eBook Spirited Poetry: Reflections About God, Life and Faith download ISBN: 1851753486
Author: Latimer Blaylock
Publisher: Religious and Moral Education Press (October 28, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 96
ePub: 1272 kb
Fb2: 1408 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Poetry

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Spirited poetry asks awkward questions, dreams impossible dreams and yells angry . These four examples are all reflections on the theme ‘Life’s lik.

Spirited poetry asks awkward questions, dreams impossible dreams and yells angry thoughts. It sometimes rests easy in tranquil mood and sometimes it agitates. Atheists and agnostics can write spirited poetry just as well as Muslims, Christians or Hindus. The themes of spirited poetry can be multitudinous. We offered teachers and pupils a choice of four themes as starting points. For me, as a teacher and a teacher educator, these pieces of work are very challenging – almost scary: were there pupils in my classes who could have expressed themselves as well as this?

God has Provided for Us an Abundant and Fruitful Christian Life. We are filled by the Holy Spirit by faith; then we can experience the abundant and fruitful life which Christ promised to each Christian.

God has Provided for Us an Abundant and Fruitful Christian Life. Jesus said, I came that they might have life, and might have it abundantly (John 10:10). I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in Me, and I in him, he bears much fruit; for apart from Me you can do nothing (John 15:5). You can appropriate the filling of the Holy Spirit right now if you: Sincerely desire to be directed and empowered by the Holy Spirit (Matthew 5:6; John 7:37-39).

Перевод текста песни The Reflecting God исполнителя (группы) Marilyn Manson. You've only spent a second of your life. Ты потратил только секунду своей жизни. My world is unaffected, there is an exit here.

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See contact information and details about Faith Reflections. The wrestle for Authentic Faith, Community, Leadership and Life. For most of my life I've been wrestling with what it means to have faith with integrity. I don't profess to have the answers but I enjoy the quest.

The 'spirited poetry' in this book is poetry that tussles with the big questions of life, kicks at the darkness or celebrates the verve of living. It asks awkward questions, dreams impossible dreams and yells angry thoughts. It sometimes rests easy and sometimes it agitates. The themes set for the competition were:Where is God? Life's like ..., I wonder ..., Faith. Teachers all over Britain got their teeth into the four themes, enabling pupils to write some stunning stuff. Some youngsters wrote from their personal faith perspective, others expressed a non-religious viewpoint. The standard of entries was very high indeed. The competition was open to all ages and schools were allowed to submit up to five of the best poems written by their pupils. The organisers estimate that over three thousand poems were written in schools for the competition.