How does Jesus bringing Lazarus from the tomb speak to us today?
Day: March 27, 2020
“While COVID-19 reinforces the truth that, “Death is the Great Equalizer”, this pandemic exposes the structural disparities and racism that cries out for voices of PEACE and JUSTICE.”
“That’s the beauty of the Office–it says for us what we can’t always say for ourselves, and when we say it enough times, it becomes part of us, packing itself away in the same place we learned to say the Lord’s Prayer, or the Gettysburg Address when we were forced to memorize it in the 8th grade. Prayers like “Guide us waking and guard us sleeping” or The Song of Simeon or the Prayer of St. John Chrysotom become embedded in us in the same way a skin graft takes hold–not “us” originally, but in time, imperceptibly becoming us.”