Disperse the Gloomy Clouds of Night

I am thankful for the opportunity to share some reflections on grieving during the holidays and the healing effects of leaning into the themes of Christmas on Servants of Grace. Check it out here.

2 thoughts on “Disperse the Gloomy Clouds of Night

  1. Erin, you called out my favorite verse of It Came Upon a Midnight Clear!
    I love the version by Jill Phillips on the album Your King Has Come
    https://matthewsmith.bandcamp.com/track/it-came-upon-the-midnight-clear

    And ye, beneath life’s crushing load,
    Whose forms are bending low,
    Who toil along the climbing way
    With painful steps and slow,
    Look now! for glad and golden hours
    Come swiftly on the wing:
    O rest beside the weary road
    And hear the angels sing

  2. Erin, you called out my favorite verse of It Came Upon a Midnight Clear!
    I love the version by Jill Phillips on the album Your King Has Come
    https://matthewsmith.bandcamp.com/track/it-came-upon-the-midnight-clear

    And ye, beneath life’s crushing load,
    Whose forms are bending low,
    Who toil along the climbing way
    With painful steps and slow,
    Look now! for glad and golden hours
    Come swiftly on the wing:
    O rest beside the weary road
    And hear the angels sing

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