Pentecost Grid Blog


May 15, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

For the worldwide Grid Blog
Isaac Hovet 

Power to live in the way that you asked that we would. 


Leaving the world behind, but engaging all the world

Language being left behind and now, contemplating thePentecost_grid_blog_image_1 world.  Going to the world

Meaning little else than hope.

Freedom.  Grace and presence.

Life set apart, but pushed to be A Part.

I can.  you can. We can. 
As one.  With one another. 
For/with/thru They who are one.


One thought on “Pentecost Grid Blog

  1. Mrs F. says:

    Hey this was pretty neat to read. I love reading about history and what different people celebrate and how. Great poem also, meaningful…how many actually blogged about Pentecost?
    Good stuff.

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