Sunday, 1 July 2007

God, in many ways you meet us

A hymn by Kim Fabricius

(Tune: Servant Song)

God, in many ways you meet us,
speak to us in world and church,
in the quake and in the quiet,
when we flee and as we search.

In the splendour of the sunlight,
in the sparkle of a star,
we see something of your glory,
catch a glimpse of who you are.

On the canvas of an artist,
in composer’s sacred song,
through the verse and voice of poet,
we sense worlds for which we long.

In the otherness of stranger
and familiar face of friend,
we are entertaining angels
whom your holy love commends.

When our lives are running smoothly,
when our hopes have turned to dust,
through our joys and through our sorrows,
in your providence we trust.

God, in word and wine we meet you
in this sacramental space;
from the pulpit, on the table,
close encounters with your grace.

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