And our God is not a God to merely believe, but to experience,
not to only believe in, but be held by.
A God who not only breaks for you — but breaks with you,
a God to not only have creeds about — but to have communion with,
a God who not only who dies for you, but who cries with you,
the God who touches you and binds you and blesses you and heals you
and re-members you because He let Himself be disremembered
and He is the God we not only believe in— but we know.
We know – know beyond a shadow of doubt, death or despair.