God Way Beyond Words

We come, over our lives, to experience God often out beyond language.

“Mystical.”  Nothing detached here, nothing disembodied here, but an attempt to find a word that captures what is beyond words, the root of “mystic” going back to the Greek word for closing your lips.

We KNOW this.  That much of God lies joyously beyond words.

Two evenings ago, on one side of the porch donations for Stenton Family Manor homeless shelter, all organized by Lee.  On the other side a small offering of food to go to Prevention Point for an evening meal, all organized by Mary. That is an experience of God beyond words.

Maybe the stories of love-in-action, shared in community, are the closest words we are given.  And all that brings a smile!

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