Colossians 1:15-20

Christ is the image
the appearance of What Cannot Be Seen
the revelation of the Eternal Mystery

Christ is the channel
through whom life is born
by whom life is illuminated

Christ is the definition
the foundation for understanding
the commonality revealed in us all

Christ is the fullness
of God’s life drawing close
of peace forged with heaven and earth

Christ is the glory
the hope of which is born in us
the joy of which calls us onward

2 thoughts on “Colossians 1:15-20

  1. Lovely and brings the “unknown” or the “impression” we can almost grasp
    into tangible form.

    Thank you!

    Claudia Poetry.Painter
    Lovely Website…
    Where is the photo of the crane – what location?
    From a recent study of cranes, a poem -prayer grew out of my life recently.
    :0) – Cranes are full of symbolism… probably why you chose this photo for your website background.

    • Thank you, Claudia!

      This particular photo was purchased for use on my website, but yes, the great blue heron does have special significance for me! In Christianity, we often use the dove as a Spirit symbol; in my life, the heron has been a Spirit symbol.

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