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New Issue of Spirit Fire Review

Photograph: an ancient building in Jerusalem, squares, rectangles, browns and beiges, image by IrinaUzv, on Pixabay.

Jerusalem, image by IrinaUzv, on Pixabay

Tonight, as I write these thoughts, Israel is at war. War is an awful thing, and perhaps particularly when it involves the land which is the home of Jerusalem.

The Bible tells us,

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: ‘May they prosper who love you. Peace be within your walls, Prosperity within your palaces.’” Psalm 122:6-7

This is a time for all people to call out to God in faith and courage. As K.L. Johnston writes, “heaven’s own courage is the only abatement for fear.”

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

October 2023, Table of Contents

Mimi’s Dilemma: an essay by Kate Chamberlin

Overload: a poem by James R. Campbell

God's Song, Psalm 42:8, poem by Yevgeniya Przhebelskaya

Four micro-poems by Robert Hirschfield

Frost: a poem by Maria Justa Polotan

Dark Plastic Spoon: poem by Joseph Teti

Miracles: a poem by Bobbi Sinha-Morey

Another Kind of Prayer: 3 poems by Sally Rosenthal

Long Storms: poem by Cody Adams

From sight to faith: poems by Jordan Zuniga

Abstract 2: artwork by Binod Dawadi

What Could It Hurt? Three poems by K.L. Johnston

Missing: God Incarnate (poem by Mark D. Stucky)

Guardian Angel: art by Carl Scharwath, poem by Cindy Bousquet Harris

Poetry by Royal Rhodes

The Wisdom of Doing Dishes: poems by Juan Pablo Mobili

Night: a poem by Valerie Moreno

Meditation on Psalm 27:1-6, by Lynda McKinney Lambert

May this issue of Spirit Fire Review be a blessing.

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