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  • You take off your shoes.
    And you dig your toes into the earth.
    And you say, "Here I am." (Exodus 3)

    You want to switch places.
    But he gets into the water first.
    What are you going to do now? (Matthew 3)

    You descend on a cherub as if you are on a chariot,
    Propelled by the cyclone of wind you have called down.
    The burning coals in your mouth are a searchlight.
    But you already know where to find me.
    And you snatch me from many waters. (Psalm 18)
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