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Day: February 12, 2013
Bishop Tom Shaw: Lent is the season of the church’s year when we understand our intimate relationship with God in the deepest parts of who we are.
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by Alex Dyer A wise person once told me, “Most of life is not what happens to you, but how you respond to what happens to you.” With that in mind, imagine just before the weekend a massive blizzard descends and drops nearly three feet of snow in one evening. Even in New Haven, Connecticut, …
Mary Hunt writing at
Today’s psalms and readings are an effective prologue to Lent. They remind us of our duty to follow God with faith by doing what is good and by trusting God. The exercise of doing good is our appropriate response to what God has already done for us. Doing good is also a reflection of our trust in God. Whenever we act in ways consistent with the will of God, we are manifesting hope, that God will indeed bring justice and happiness to all creation.