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July 11, 2010 Tags: Worship & Arts

Today's entry was written by the BioLogos Editorial Team. You can read more about what we believe here.

I, Jesus, have sent my angel to give you this testimony for the churches. I am the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star." The Spirit and the bride say, "Come!" And let him who hears say, "Come!" Whoever is thirsty, let him come; and whoever wishes, let him take the free gift of the water of life.

--Revelation 22:16-17

You're Beautiful

by Phil Wickham

I see your face in every sunrise
The colors of the morning are inside your eyes
The world awakens in the light of the day
I look up to the sky and say... You’re Beautiful

I see your power in the moonlit night
Where planets are in motion and galaxies are bright
We are amazed in the light of the stars
Its all proclaiming who you are... You’re beautiful

I see you there hanging on a tree
You bled and then you died and then you rose again for me
Now you are setting on your heavenly throne
Soon you will be coming home... You’re Beautiful

When we arrive at eternity’s shore
Where death is just a memory and tears are no more
We’ll enter in as the wedding bells ring
Your bride will come together and we’ll sing... You’re Beautiful



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Pauly - #21523

July 13th 2010

Im curious, what is the general take on the evolutionary argument the existence of meaning as evidenced by our thirst for it?  (this post kind of reminded me of C.S. Lewis’ weight of glory)


Pauly - #21524

July 13th 2010

I mean the evolutionary argument against the existence of meaning


Papalinton - #21539

July 13th 2010

Where is the science component in this dialogue?  BioLogos, as beautiful as the poem is, no proselytizing, Please!


Darrel Falk - #21543

July 13th 2010

Dear Papalinton,

The BioLogos Community is a group of Christians who do not believe there is a conflict between our lives as followers of Jesus and that portion of reality to which science points us.  As Christians, it is not possible for us to separate the life of the mind from the life of the heart. As we study nature, we are drawn into worship.

You are welcome to visit our community!!! However, we are a worshiping community.  We stand in awe at the majesty of our Creator, and we kneel in humility at the realization that we, like you Papalinton, are loved.

Darrel


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