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The Holiest of Seasons: Poems and Pictures for Passiontide and Easter By Kathryn Ann Hill
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For centuries, Passiontide and Eastertide have been seasons of increased devotion in the Christian Church. Christians attend more public services to commemorate the suffering, death, and resurrection... More > of Jesus Christ. The faithful also spend more time in personal devotions during these holy seasons. This collection of meditations in verse is offered for private and family devotions. The poems in part one are organized according to a series of illustrations by renowned 19th-century artist Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld. Each of his 21 pictures of Holy Week and Eastertide events is followed by an excerpt from the NKJV Bible. Next comes a poem interpreting the illustrated event in the life of Jesus. Part two contains more poems that reflect on the events of Holy Week and Easter. The book contains 41 original poems, 18 of which match familiar hymn tunes.< Less
Now God Is Flesh: Poems and Pictures for Christmastide By Kathryn Ann Hill
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Now God Is Flesh: Poems and Pictures for Christmastide contains ESV Scripture selections from the Gospel According to St. Luke and the Gospel According to St. Matthew, 22 original poems, and 25... More > full-color paintings from the Western masters. Four longer poems in alliterative verse highlight the events of Luke 1. The book's title is taken from a poem by Robert Southwell.< Less
The Song of Daniel and Selected Poems By Kathryn Ann Hill
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The first part of this book retells the Old Testament book of Daniel in alliterative verse, the time-honored form for hero tales. The form may be old, but the modern narrative voice delivers drama... More > and fresh insights as the 12 chapters of Daniel unfold. Reviewers agree that this 57-page poem should be read aloud for greatest impact. Part 2 of the volume contains shorter metrical poems that are meditations on the Christian faith. Many are based on New Testament stories; some are inspired by the liturgy of the Church. The Sacraments are an important theme. Part 2 concludes with a final alliterative poem, "As with One Mouth," a new rendering of the Song of the Three Young Men.< Less

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