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Move or Remove by Raymond A. Foss

The power to move mountains
or the power to remove mountains
such is the power compared
juxtaposed with love, with charity
totally different images,
thoughts in one’s mind
moving mountains,
that faith of the mustard seed
but faith to remove them all together
to strike them from the scene
the counterpoint of love or of charity to
more than nuance of language
deeper clefts between the translations
a richness of meaning pouring out
of real understanding in these words
clearer sense of the divine
of our call from God
in the different words
of the same scripture

April 25, 2008
1 Corinthians 13
1 Corinthians 13:2
the difference in one word,
remove or move and
the companion word love or charity
between the King James Version
and the New Revised Standard Version
of the bible; what a difference
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