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TITLE: STEPPING STONES TO GLORY
By Nancy Sullivan
06/15/10
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In 2008 my husband and I took the trip of a lifetime to Israel. Among many places, we visited the traditional sites of the Nativity in Bethlehem, the stone prison at the house of Caiaphas where Jesus was lowered through a hole to spend the night as He was shuffled between cowardly rulers, and the Garden Tomb. Places of birth, brutality and death. As I searched for words to journal these experiences, "Stepping Stones to Glory" seemed appropriate to show how Jesus was in control the whole time and was actually on a two-way journey back to His Father.
STEPPING STONES TO GLORY

Three caves of destiny
A purpose for each one
Prepared in Godís own time
For the journey of His Son

The cave at Bethlehem
A manger carved from stone
Provided the Messiah
A bed to call His own.

The cave that had no door
Where His broken body lay
Beaten and all alone
Until the light of day

The cave inside a garden
Where prophecy was fulfilled
The stone was rolled away
An empty tomb revealed.

Carved out and set in place
The caves would someday be
Landmarks of Jesusí life
His Stepping Stones to Glory.

Nancy K. Sullivan
2/16/2008
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