In compassion, Jesus drew close to the sick, festering and broken. In compassion, the learners of Jesus pushed them away for the crowd’s own good.
As you enter his territory, there is a by product of his words and actions. You can trust God.
There is more love shared and received as a follower and partner with Jesus.
That same evening she believed she heard a voice tell her the waiting is over. We’ve waited. Now, its over.
The wilderness you’re living in, hiding in is not shaping your life and future. Your destiny is shaped by what you believe about God’s steadfast love. It’s been sent to you, always at hand around you, is an ever present help to you in a time of trouble.
We very well should’ve been home yesterday, but, mysteriously, we remain on a prescribed detour.
Maybe our primary experience of God is what we’ve heard from and seen from Jesus and his faithful sisters and brothers
(Posted earlier on the blog, Psalm 102 In The Message) “I want to do what I want to do on Christmas.” On a podcast I listen to frequently, there was a discussion led by the host who was upset a country club in Delaware to which he’s a member will be closed on Christmas. He’s…
As Scrooge said, Somehow or other, it came just the same. Yesterday in the Book of Common Prayer lectionary it was the Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle. The Psalm for the day was Psalm 126. May those who sow in tears reap with shouts of joy. Those who go out weeping, bearing the seed for sowing, shall come…
As the year draws to a close and a joy for writing rises within me, I read this morning the gospel lesson in The Daily Office on this third Sunday of Advent. The works that the Father has given me to complete, the very works that I am doing, testify on my behalf that the…
God’s timing and God’s abundant, relentless love are what we can trust for ourselves and for who we love.
This is a flash of love, the mysterious, yet strong and and intimate love that’s hard to explain but can be experienced. Peace,