A Poem on the Stone

I think I shared this last summer, but as I re-study Ephesians and some related passages (Psalm 118:22, Isaiah 8:13-15, Isaiah 28:16, Matthew 21:42-44, and Romans 9:30-33…check them out!), I came across this poem and thought I’d share it again.  May it bless you all as you think on Him!

O Christ, our chief Stone
   both tested and precious–
Be Thou our standard
   of life and of love!
Break us to pieces–
   then, Spirit, come seal us:
Make us Your dwelling-place
   ne’er to remove!

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