the way things were shaping up

YHWH’s Image And YHWH sat in the dust, bone weary after days of strenuous making, during which He, now and again, would pause to consider the way things were shaping up. Time also would pause upon these strange durations; it would lean back on its haunches, close its marble eyes, appear to doze. But whenContinue reading “the way things were shaping up”

the beauty and sanctity of the act of modeling

From Divine Craftsmanship by Jean Hani (33-37): The author of Ecclesiasticus pauses a moment to watch the potter at work and gives us a graphic portrait of him, a sort of generic picture and a rather rare passage in sacred literature: So doth the potter sitting at his work, turning the wheel about with hisContinue reading “the beauty and sanctity of the act of modeling”