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Such Are These Rocks

Updated on January 7, 2015

We drove around round hills

And mountains. Then I saw it,

The high stone cliffs of the Notch.

I did not yet know its crack nearby.

The Cave of the Winds holds ice

When there is none outside.

I did not yet know the Bible,

That Christ is a Rock

That is higher than I (Psalm 61:2).

We did see many there

And walked around the rocks.

I would later hike to Mount Mansfield's chin.

Then at that height Vermont

Is there spread out before us

Below Mount Mansfield's tundra.

And we then gaze about

At Vermont stretching to the Lake,

But today it was the Notch.

How suddenly it's there.

One drives around those hills

And then--Behold! ...Those rocks.

After seeing those rocks of great height

And walking to the chin of the mountain,

I went to Bible study

and heard of Christ.

And stood in awe of the Rock

That followed Israel, which was Christ (1 Corinthians 10.4).

Those Bible studies taught many.

We trudged through sacred text

Stopped and looked at much.

I worship the Lord

For this Rock is my life (Colossians 3.1-3).

This Rock will appear

And I will appear with Him in glory.

All those other rocks

Are just handsome cold stone.


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