Poetic Meditations by Sarah Suzanne Noble
Reflections on God’s daily mercies.
This second volume of poetry and art from Sarah Suzanne Noble is organized into six sections—Rise, Reflection, Delight, Setback, Savior, and Stillness. The verses flow from a person acquainted with pain, but choosing to find delight in small things, leading to praise and devotion. The poems are accented by Sarah’s evocative black-and-white photographs. Sarah offers honest questions as well as the resolve to hope. Like her previous collection (I Cry Unto You O Lord), this book breathes worship. It will also offer comfort to others who find themselves in difficult places of waiting for answers, for relief, and for miracles.
Sarah lives, writes, and creates in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated with her Masters in Architecture from Ball State University in 2008. She practiced architecture and design, played softball, led a Christian book club, and tutored inner city kids before starting a family and taking up writing. Sarah and her husband, Jonny, are the parents of Ruthie age 8 and Jacob age 6. The Nobles are involved in several ministries in their local church.
Sarah is always creating and experimenting with new art mediums as well as writing. To follow her latest works on Instagram search for @sarahsuzannenoble .
I RISE TO YOUR LIGHT
ISBN 9781945099328 / Paperback, 124 pgs, 5.5″ x 8.5″
Publication date: Nov. 14
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PRAISE FOR I Rise to Your Light:
“Sarah gives voice to the rawness and reality of life that so many of us feel yet are not able to express.” –Steve Hoppe, pastor, counselor, author of Sipping Saltwater
“The photographs are stunning, and the poems flow beautifully.” –Leland Ryken, author, professor of English at Wheaton College
“This book is beautiful. In this age filled with desperation and deception, it is a joy to see and experience the truthful, simple beauty of God’s love and care for us. His tender mercies are poignantly and thoughtfully presented with the smallest of details in this book. Thank you for this mindful reflection of God’s blessings.” –Paul Konrad, WGN-Television personality, speaker
“This collection of Scripture-inspired poems and photographs gives a window into Sarah Noble’s creative and captivating mind while moving the reader to worship. Whether by verse or by image, Sarah’s artwork stirs the soul.” –John Goodrich, author, assistant professor at Moody Bible Institute
Listen to Sarah read several poems from this book: