Cross in the Sky


Cross in the Sky

Simple symbol

Eye of a disciple

Calling him home

Never alone

Transposed  mortal


  • G.W.


And can it be that a term as overused as “forever” in the busy me of life becomes a vague concept? A filigree-shadow of mind? No. Not if viewed correctly. Forever with Christ the Lord of glory.

“I am proud of the good news! It is God’s powerful way of saving all people who have faith, whether they are Jews or Gentiles.” Romans 1:16 (CEV) 

Tree of Life – Watercolor by J.A. Collins

4 thoughts on “Cross in the Sky”

    1. How often do we look up. Reminds me of the hunters story of the deer that keeps it’s head down grazing, never looking up is the one that gets shot. I used that story in sermon once.
      BTW I found your comment in the spam bin. Why I’m late answering.
      Thanks for dropping by. I like your stories and poems.

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  1. Forever. Some daysI skate across the surface of the meaning of the cross and the hope of forever. Today at dads funeral I groped and grasped the edges of the cross in the sky and hugged the promises of God. Immense meaning and substance beyond our understanding. I suspect dad has insider information and understanding now. Thanks G.W.

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    1. Thank you my friend. Sometimes I think the best we can do with the mysteries of God is just to recognize them, that they exist. We won’t know what they mean till we get there. While in this realm we have a full plate just understanding and doing what He has made known to us.

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