The sapphire throneStood bold, unflinching, unabashed, freeBlue gem convulsing like the writhing sea. Cold touch under my feet, the blue path shimmered;In my sky blue eyes that seat did glimmer. My mind was blown--""Sapphire""In our world today words are tossed about like hand grenades.
Everyone seems to get offended and take exception . . . and then they trade in retaliation their own nasty barbs.
Even online you hear people scream. Is it not tiring? Where do words of grace enter our world? The Bible is replete with them . . . and they are resplendent with beauty, love, levity, and freedom.
They take us to another world and fill the soul with things that no other substitutes can. In this collection of poetry, author Felix Sennitt has endeavored to reflect on the gloriousness of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as revealed in Scripture.
Much of this is done ""through the lens"" of his own testimony and circumstances.
This has been done with the expectation that it will encourage readers to reflect on God's goodness in their own lives.