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Beautiful... and amen.


I would suggest that the realm of Real God is always already here, and always has been, and always will be----except that we to self possessed to notice the fact.
See for instance:
1. www.dabase.net/dht7.htm
2. www.beezone.com/AdiDa/not_elsewhere.html


Beautiful prayer. A beautiful sentiment of restlessness till true justice comes. Seems a bit nit picky to quibble of the "God's realm" portion. Much of this is poetic. The grasp of the imagery is powerful. True, God's kingdom is here now...just waiting to break in. But we know too that "God's realm" has not yet been fully realized. In that sense for sure the prayer is powerful. Usher in the kindgom through acts of redemption. So let it be!

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