Shiloh . . .
is not a city set on a hill, it is
a treasure hid in a field.
is more a praying place than a
is a shelter to rest in, not a
fortress to live in.
is a supplement, not a substitute.
is passive, not aggressive; you find
her, she doesn't find you.
At Shiloh . . .
to be simple is to be beautiful.
the ear of God is bent low to hear
the sparrow's cry.
we look back in order to look ahead.
we know that the hard places are like
windows; they are meant to be looked
through rather than looked at.