Carla Grosch-Miller

Psalm 116 redux –Carla Grosch-Miller, UK

Drowning. Your hand rescued me. Wounded. Your balm soothed me. Terrified. Your peace encompassed me. Lost. You found me.   Your healing love weaves the tattered pieces of my life into a garment of joy.   You gave me my life; how may I repay You but to live it – joyfully, gratefully; to share […]

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Psalm 133 redux — Carla Grosch-Miller, UK

  Oh how wonderful, how joyous it is when we dwell together in peace and unity.   It is like a good meal, the satisfaction of a full belly.   It is like hearty laughter, cleansing tears, knowing looks.   It is like the freshness of the morning. It is like the comfort of nightfall. […]

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Psalm 80 Redux – Carla Grosch-Miller, UK

Inspired by Psalm 80 Fourth Sunday of Advent, Year A     Hear us! You who are said to hear the cries of the people. You who hold all time and all matter in Your hands. You who knelt in the dust to make and to mould us. Hear and heed.  Come, save us! Bring us […]

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Psalm 51 redux — Carla Grosch-Miller, UK

17th Sunday after Pentecost, Year C A response to Psalm 51     The depth of my suffering in the knowledge of what I have done is beyond my capacity to speak it, beyond my capacity to bear it. I cry out to the Beyond: Have mercy! Remember my frailty and the curse of my […]

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Psalm 1 Redux — Carla Grosch-Miller, UK

Arising from the reading of Psalm 1 7th Sunday after Easter, Year B 16th Sunday after Pentecost, Year C Delight is born of discipline chosen. Contentment grows with wisdom. Deep listening leads along a cairn-marked trail, dew clinging to grass bent by pilgrim feet.   The sky is blue here. Birdsong lifts the head. A […]

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Psalm 89:1-18 redux — Carla Grosch-Miller, UK

Enduring melody, Your song shall be sung so long as the earth spins and the heavens dance.   Frail flesh opens its mouth: You are born again.   To songweavers You are the scale and the tone. To storytellers You are the plot and the end. To all of life You are breath and You […]

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