Tag Archives: John Donne

The Discarded God of a Condemned People

To have once been nothing, and now to be co-heires with the Son of God: That Son of God, who if there had been but one soule to have been saved, would have dyed for that; nay, if all soules … Continue reading

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Lo! He Abhors Not the Virgin’s Womb

Yea, Lord, we greet thee, born this happy morning,Jesus, to thee be all glory giv’n;Word of the Father now in flesh appearing; _______________________________________ After a verbal exchange with Feste, the Lady Oliva’s fool, Viola, the heroine of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, … Continue reading

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Be Not Afraid

But he saith unto them, It is I; be not afraid. –John 6: 20 ______________ The Pope’s recent denial of the immortality of the soul and the existence of hell was not particularly shocking to anyone familiar with the present … Continue reading

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And the Trumpet Shall Sound

But if the whole space to the firmament were filled with sand, and we had before us Clavius number, how many thousands would be; If all that space were filled with water, and so joyned the waters above with the … Continue reading

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