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A MAJESTY OF STONE



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A MAJESTY OF STONE

Rising forth from common sod, 
A majesty of stone; 
Reaching up to greet a god 
The world has left alone. 

A temple takes a solid stand,
A truth that holds its line;
And, though a structure wrought by man,
Appears to be divine.

It radiates a reverence
That permeates the soul,
And bridges 'cross the severance 
'Tween man and godly goal.

The work and glory of the Lord
Within its walls are found
When, through the priesthood, now restored,
God's family is bound.

Wes Stephenson

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