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Dear God

by Caleb Kim

Father, It is written that you know the hearts of your children that you discern our thoughts from afar that you are acquainted with all our ways that even the hairs of our heads are all numbered. Then Father, you must know, How difficult believing has been for me. I have tried to remember your promises           that you will give me your peace, your joy of salvation            that you work all things for the good of those who love you            that neither death nor life can separate me from your love            that you will replace this heart of stone with a heart of flesh            that if I seek you with all my heart, I will find you. But your children’s convictions crumble, Father     I am so weak, do you not see? Do you not know? When my friends abandon the faith,     I am left to wonder if my convictions are too but shadows and dust When my songs sound like clanging cymbals,     I ponder whether I mistook moving melodies for your Spirit


The Williams Telos

Telos Fall 2012 Issue  
Telos Fall 2012 Issue  

Fall 2012 issue of The Williams College Telos. Theme: Hunger.