New issue of Spirit Fire Review: August 2022

Updated: Sep 2


















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Dear readers, contributors, and visitors,


Greetings to you! It is such an honor to present the wonderful, creative works

of those who have contributed to this issue of Spirit Fire Review. I'm touched

by the depth of feeling, the pathos and joy, amazing words that cut right to the

heart of a matter, yet also can soothe, offer direction, and encourage those of

us along the way.


This world has such a need for truth, a need for love, a need for hope. Jesus

said, "And because lawlessness will abound, the love of many will grow cold."

(Matthew 24:12) Sounds like the evening news, doesn't it? It's easy to feel

discouraged when we hear of violence, hate, cruelty.


But we must not let our love grow cold. The Bible tells us to "...walk in the way

of love, just as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us..." (from Ephesians 5:2)

And, with God's help, we can. We are called to love, we are called to hope.


May your love and hope be strengthened as you join us in this issue of Spirit Fire

Review. May your faith be encouraged and, yes, even your joy.



Table of Contents, AUGUST 2022 Issue of Spirit Fire Review:


Dawn: a poem by Chris Roe


Etymology of Sanctuary: 2 poems by Nicole Rollender








The Last Few Notes: poems by Bobbi Sinha-Morey


Longing for the Infinite: 2 poems by Dr. Alan Altany

Lord, I tried: 3 poems by Debra Masky


Joy Unleashed: poem by W. Robert Boyd







The Jewelry and the Thief: 2 poems by Elizabeth Kirkpatrick-Vrenios


Peace: poem by EG Ted Davis


Beauty in the field: poem by Carol Farnsworth


loss lingers: poem by Dr. Alan Corkish


Dent-de-Leon: 2 poems by Kim Welliver


Signs and Wonders: poem by Brian Kates








What Birds and Angels Know: poems by Mark Weinrich







Death of a Homeless: poem by Peggy Everett


Two Poems by Phil Flott


 













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