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Dale Sparlin

What a wonderful expansion of Julian of Norwich: "All shall be well; and all shall be well; and all manner of thing shall be well." An expansion that brings us fully into the precious lives of one another.

Also, I give honor to you for gaining the release of these good men before posting this. In your partnership with God, you yourself are shamar.

Emily Scott


The same quote came up after I preached this sermon at St. Lydia's on Sunday, and we sing a setting of Julian's text often. They are words to live by!

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