Child of Our Sorrows

Praying with the Crucifixion at Christmas birthed this drawing and poem. Our Savior was born to die; took on flesh to free our spirits; and emptied himself of sovereignty to bear our shame and sorrow. According to G. K. Chesterton, “Christianity got over the difficulty of combining furious opposites by keeping them both, and keeping them both furious.” Yes. Only God could imagine this kind of solution.

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