Category Archives: Tori Clements

Tori Clements writing

The Longest Wait

Christmas Eve might just be the longest day of the year. As soon as my eyes pop open, I know something great is coming, but it’s just not here—not yet. It’s cold outside the covers, but I wriggle my way … Continue reading

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Remember, Remember

I don’t know if you’re like me but I’ve got a disease. My heart is sick With spiritual amnesia. Now, I could take in my fill of sermons and songs, But it won’t be long till I’ve already forgotten The … Continue reading

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Christmas Meditation

Imagine this: a place of perfection, With no tears, no pain, and no rejection, Where flawless triune community dwells, And the sweetest song of spotless saints swells Into worship which stirs the affections Of the people bought for His possession … Continue reading

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The Crown

No. No-no-no-no! There was only one way to break it and, well, you know me. They say where there’s a will, there’s a way, and I’ve got a strong will to do things my own way. It was the one … Continue reading

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