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Author: Linda McMillan

The Company You Keep

“Jesus asked, ‘Who do you say that I am?’ Jesus had been traveling around healing blindness, but he seemed unable to make the disciples see.”

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What’s Your Sign?

“We remember a lot of saints today: 236! Yes, I am going to write about all 236 of them, but I’ll try to keep it short.”

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The Suit Makes the Man

“This armour, though, is not for fighting. It’s so that we can stand. Just stand there. It’s defensive. The readers of this letter would have been subject to assault, so they needed defence.”

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“Justice on our own terms isn’t justice at all, it’s just revenge. Justice has it’s beginning and its ending in the bread of love.”

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Absalom the Just

“Revenge is not justice. If Absalom had eaten of the bread of love, there might have been some justice for Tamar. But, he ate of the bread of fear and of violence…”

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Remember When…

“To find the real bread of life you have to look around. Get up before the heat of the day and scour the desert of life for food that will not disappoint.”

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The Basket Ceremony

“In requiring this language, God does not ask to be praised for all his so-called miracles. He is asking to hear the story.” 

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