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becky

As Mike Yaconelli reminds me in "Dangerous Wonder" danger is one of the many words we don't use at least in US church settings. I would love to see your music intermingled with Cheryl's liturgies. Wow.

John Davies

Actually, on their own, the bread and wine are something.
They are food and drink, essentials for life.
The story and the blessing need the substance of these physical things
For the foretaste and the promise of love
to be made real
and a world made whole.
That's why Jesus became flesh,
so he could break, take, eat, drink them.

Paul

that is beautiful, thanks for posting it Jonny.

H

this is beautiful. thank you for posting it.
I am going to use this with a group of young people, this evening.

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