‘In No Strange Land’ was found amoung Francis Thompson’s papers after his death. The kingdom of God is within all of us. From deep within our hearts, we can view the invisible world, touch the intangible world and know the deepest mysterious secrets of this world when we inapprehensible clutch unto Him. Does the fish soar up to find the ocean or the eagle plunge down to find the air? For that we can ask of the stars in motion if they have the rumour of the presence of God there? Not where the wheeling system darken and our benumb conceiving soars! - The drift of pinions would we harken beats at our own clay-shuttered doors; the universe of which we are a part.
The angels keep their ancient places by turning the stone and starting a wing, for it is our estranged faces that missed the many splendoured things. But when so sad a cry befell upon our sore loss, it shall, shine the traffic of Jacob’s ladder; in The Old Testament of The Bible, the patriarch, Jacob, was granted the vision of the ladder between Heaven and earth and God standing above it. In the night, the narrator could hear his daughter cry in his soul, clinging to the arms of Heaven by the hems and not far in his vision he saw Jesus Christ walking on the water, not of Gennesareth; a river in West Asia where Jesus Christ was believed to have walked across it; but Thames.