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Enclosed in the Ebony Box: George Herbert’s “Even-song”

Through Lent with George Herbert Friday after the Second Sunday of Lent Even-song Blest be the God of love, Who gave me eyes, and light, and power this day, Both to be busy, and to play. But much more blest … Continue reading

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