One of the features of my Sunday School class is that we try to respond to the lesson of the day in the form of art, poetry, and stories. So what does one do with Ephesians 2 in terms of art?
I like to experiment, so I read up on Haiku (English forms) and decided to give it a try. I’ve read a bit of Haiku before, but I’ve never tried to write it that I recall.
So here’s my two attempts related to Ephesians 2.
Dying in the cold
Distant life-light given free
Being turns to meet
Dry growth failing, dead
Confusion to infusion
Fusion makes conclusion
Here are my more exegetical notes on the chapter Ephesians 2: The Radical Nature of the Gospel