- Listen, my daughter, and understand; pay me careful heed. Forget your people and your father's house,
- that the king might desire your beauty. He is your lord;
- honor him, daughter of Tyre. Then the richest of the people will seek your favor with gifts.
- All glorious is the king's daughter as she enters, her raiment threaded with gold;
- In embroidered apparel she is led to the king. The maids of her train are presented to the king.
- They are led in with glad and joyous acclaim; they enter the palace of the king.
Suzanne DeWitt Hall's blog highlighting the idea of a theology of desire, featuring the writing of great minds along with her own humble efforts at exploring the hunger for God. (Note: Most of this blog was written under Suzanne's nom de couer "Eva Korban David".)
Sunday, July 13, 2008
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